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This section lists all the materials which have been digitized as part of the Wales-Ohio Project. A selection of audio and video clips is also available. Audio and video >>

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1853-1881Record book of the Welsh Bible Association of Columbus, Ohio, 1853-1881
(WOP00105) Book of the Welsh Bible Association of Miami Avenue Presbyterian Church, Columbus, Ohio. The Welsh Bible Society of Columbus and district was established in the Calvinistic Methodists chapel in Columbus, Franklin County in 1853 and here it contains minutes of meetings and lists of names of members / subscribers with their contributions.
Collection: Ohio/ Oak Hill ;   Language: English+Welsh; (274 images)
1876-1976Oak Hill, Ohio - Now 1976 and Then 1876
(DGR00005) Leaflet prepared by the Bicentenary Committee of the Oak Hill Area.
Collection: NLW ;   Language: English; (2 images)
1890-1952Photographic collection of the Welsh-American Heritage Museum, Oak Hill
(WOP00011) The collection consists of 19 photographs from the Welsh-American Heritage Museum, Oak Hill. A photograph of Evan C. Jones and Elizabeth, his wife of Jackson County, c. 1890 with a newspaper cutting of an obituary of their son, Evan C. Jones (d. 1910) attached to the mount; a group portrait of Rev. W. R. Evans and others; and a family portrait of the family of Rees[e] N. Edwards of Jackson County form part of this collection. There are several photographs taken at Nebo Church, Gallia County: a photograph of Rev. A. R. Jones and his family outside the parsonage of Nebo Church c. 1908 and another of them standing near Nebo, circa 1912; there are also photographs, taken in the early 1960s, of various ministers and members of the congregation standing in the pulpit and a photograph of a crowd at noon outside the church. A group of photographs relating to Soar Church, Jackson County, also forms part of the collection: a photograph of Soar Church, a reunion at Soar Church, 1927 and a reunion of an unknown date. A photograph of Welsh Americans in Welsh costume, Ironton, 1913; a photograph of Sardis Church, Jackson County and of teachers and pupils of Jaimes School, Jackson County, 1896 is included, together with a photograph of the Old Jefferson Furnace and employees, 1896 and The Aetna Fire Brick Company employees, 1941 of Oak Hill, Jackson County. Also, a photograph of the workers that built a road in the cemetery at Horeb Church, 1952.
Collection: Ohio/ Oak Hill ; (27 images)
1894Letter by E. and Mary Evans and children, Youngstown
(TYM00011) A letter dated 10 May 1894 by E. and Mary Evans and children, Youngstown, Mahoning County, addressed to relatives in the parish of Blaenpennal, Cardiganshire. They note their appreciation of receiving letters from home and inform them of the situation of relatives and acquaintances in Ohio and remark that the country’s circumstances remains poor.
Collection: NLW ;   Language: Welsh; Catalogue ref.: NLW MS 20036A (4 images)
1946Newspaper cutting on the history of Siloam Welsh Congregational Church [c. 1946]
(WOP00033) Newspaper cutting of an article entitled History of 86-year-old Siloam Church by J. Boyd Davis giving an account of the history of the cause and end of Siloam Welsh Congregational Church in Perry Township, Gallia County, circa 1946.
Collection: Ohio/ Oak Hill ;   Language: English; (1 image)
1984Venedocia Gymanfa Ganu Program (1984)
(DGR00021) Annual Gymanfa Ganu, Salem Presbyterian Church, Venedocia, Van Wert County.
Collection: NLW ;   Language: English; (3 images)

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