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Copies of letters from Myfanwy Thomas to Alison Brackenbury and Robyn Marsack regarding Edward Thomas and Welsh folksongs

Typescript of letter from Myfanwy Thomas to Robyn Marsack 4 October 2004

Photocopy of letter from Myfanwy Thomas to Alison Brackenbury 4 November 2004

Letter accompanying deposit from Alison Brackenbury 29 November 2016

Digital copies of poems "Letter, 1917", "No 2, Yewtree Cottage", "Visitor" and "Edward Thomas' daughter" by Alison Brackenbury

Digital typescript of script for BBC Radio 3 programme "Singing in the Dark: Back to Brigg Fair" broadcast on 7 July 2006

Brackenbury, Alison


File containing context and background; health and safety information; risk assessments; meetings documents; briefing notes for staff and volunteers; insurance; artists' residency contracts; Project Director's report; Arts Council England funding information; press release and media clippings; map of the installation

CDs containing images and documents


Includes leaflets, correspondence, meeting documents, photographs, VHS recordings of Lightshift, details of the "Lightshift II" project; recordings of the Forest of Dean Radio "Lightshift Seminar" 25 October c.2001; DVD with "Lightshift documentation"; DVDs with images and Powerpoint; CDs with video clips of the sculptures plus audio used for the installations

ITEM Knowledge Base

Files compiled by Jeremy Rees. ITEM knowledge base was run by the International Visual Arts Information Network (IVAIN) Trust and was a resource to share multimedia for teaching and learning

Two audio cassette recordings of "Kings and Queens" and "A Nursery in the Nineties" by Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon

Kings and Queens was produced for the 50th anniversary of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II with contribution by Anne Harvey. Broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on 1 June 2003

A Nursery in the Nineties is the dramatised memoir of Eleanor Farjeon. Broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour 26-30 May 2003. Contains episodes 1 - 3 of 5

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