Scope note(s)

Source note(s)

Display note(s)

Hierarchical terms


BT Wales


Equivalent terms


Associated terms


6 Archival description results for Cardiff

6 results directly related Exclude narrower terms

Article on Wales from the British Medical Journal.

Article on Wales from the British Medical Journal about a complimentary that the Medical Student's Club of the University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire gave to Doctor Francis William Lamb on account of his leaving Cardiff to be a Lecturer in Physiology at Victoria University, Manchester.

Letters from Abraham Augustus Fuller to Constance Lamb.

Two letters from Abraham Augustus Fuller at Woodfiled House, to his niece Constance Lamb at Slade House, Penhill Road, Cardiff. He congratulates her on her second pregnancy, and mentions his visit to Mount Jerome Cemetery, a conversation with Major George Gamble, and Cleonice Gamble's upcomming wedding.

Page twenty-three.

Poem entitled, "Air from the "Maid and the Magpie" by Henry Bird of the Monaghan Regiment, written in May 1860. Below the poem is a telegram from Tom Costello in Clara, King's County (County Offaly), to the Lamb family in Cardiff, notifying them of the death of Anna Maria Fuller.