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Powell Family of Pontllanfraith
Powell family of Pontllanfraith, Records
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Biographical/Historical note

Members of the Powell family were at times: a Teacher at Cefn Fforest Junior School, and the Clerk of the Works at High Trees, Chepstow when it was built

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Scope and Contents note

Records include Brochures and a Postcard inter alia

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

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Conditions Governing Access note

There are no restrictions on access

Conditions Governing Use note

Usual copyright conditions apply

Accruals note

No further accruals are expected

Appraisal note

Records have been appraised along the lines of the Gwent Archives' Collections Management and Appraisal Policies

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Other Finding Aids note

Copies of finding aids are available at Gwent Archives

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Collection Inventory

 D6349/1 Field Postcard: sent to Miss G.Marsh of Pencarne, Duffryn, near Newport – postcard confirms the following “I am quite well; I have received your letter; Letter follows at the first opportunity.” Signed by J.Marsh 7 Jun 1918   1.0 item

 D6349/2 “Youth Review” Magazine Apr 1953   1.0 item

Biographical/Historical note

The Magazine was produced by the Magazine Committee of the Newport Youth Council with the approval of the Newport Education Authority’s Youth Council

 D6349/3 Souvenir Brochure and Programme of Events of the Coronation Celebrations in the County Borough of Newport 30 May 1953   1.0 item

 D6349/4 Order of Proceedings (including menu) for dinner celebrating the Formal Opening of the New Council Chamber and Offices for Chepstow Rural District Council at “High Trees,” in Chepstow 11 Feb 1954   1.0 item

Custodial History note

The Donator's father was Clerk of the Works at "High Trees" around the time it was built

 D6349/5 Cefn Fforest Junior School Magazine c.1981   1.0 item

Custodial History note

The donator worked as a teacher at this school at the time the Magazine was created