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ADX/1489: Ronald Everson Collection
[GB 0212] ADX/1489Title:
Ronald Everson's slides and notes - overviewDate(s):
2 notebooks and c. 2,600 slidesScope and Content:
1. Notebook labelled 'Subsidiary Geometry Lecture Notes, 1929-30. Ronald Everson, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth'. Contents as follows.
Slide lists, ordered and sequentially numbered according to Order of Showing, with non-sequential four-figure Box Numbers, for named holidays: holidays in Yorkshire: the City of York; the Yorkshire coast; the Yorkshire Dales; a holiday in Somerset; Torquay holiday (September); Ilfracombe holiday (June); Falmouth holiday (June); Minehead holiday (September); pictures taken at different times of the year; a Cotswold town; a Cornish holiday, June 1976; miscellaneous pictures; holiday in south and south-eastern England; a River Thames town, Henley-on-Thames
Two copies or drafts of text for talk preceding slide show, 'When a photographer goes on holiday or walks the countryside & seashore taking his camera with him he is always in a dilemma about the kind of picture he wants to take'
Slide list, ordered and sequentially numbered according to order of showing, with non-sequential four-figure Box Numbers, 'The English Scene. Anglo-Welsh Society, Llanon, 18 March 1975'
Text for talk preceding slide show to be presented to Llanon Anglo-Welsh Society, 18 February 1974, made up of views of various parts of England, with notes on Fotheringhay and Queen Eleanor crosses.
2. Green leatherette-bound book containing notes on slides and talks, as follows
Anglo-Welsh Society, Llanon, 22 October 1974, 'Wales land of mountains, castles, lakes and seas'
'East Anglia, a tour along the coast'
'Film Show Transparencies: at Home and Abroad'
'Film Show Transparencies: views to please the eye, some near, some far'
3. Thirteen boxes of numbered slides, each box containing 200 slides giving a total of 2,600. The majority of the images were taken on Agfa CT 18.
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