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Various letters between Percy Thomas, architect, Lord Davies and suppliers of materials for the building. References made to Giles Gilbert Scotts' Cambridge University Library, the risks in using tiles and not Welsh slate, 'Air Defence and the Civil Population' by H. Montgomery Hyde and the procuring of the Hammond organ for the hall. Spanning May 1937 to December 1938.

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