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561968 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 72: 'Gwastadgwrda (Betws Leucu) and Wenffrwd (Ysgubor-y-coed)'. graphic
561975 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 79: 'Tyfaenor (Abbey Cwm-hir, Radnorshire)'. graphic
561988 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 6: 'The population of four parishes in south Cardiganshire, 1801-1991'. graphic
561900 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 51: Map showing 'Building regions of the British Isles'. cartographic
562058 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 11: 'The age structure of parishes in north Cardiganshire, 1851 and 1871'. graphic
561992 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 4: 'The population of four parishes in north Cardiganshire, 1801-1991'. graphic
561994 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 47: 'The distribution of private residents in Aberystwyth, Cardigan and Lampeter in 1906, based on Kelly's Directory'. graphic
562060 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 5: 'The population of four parishes in central coastal Cardiganshire, 1801-1991'. graphic
561978 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 82: 'Substantial double-pile houses'. photo;graphic
561990 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 3: 'The population of four parishes on Mynydd Bach, 1801-1991'. graphic
561965 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 69: 'Hearth-passage houses'. graphic
561969 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 73: 'Plas Dolcletwr (Llangynfelyn), Crugbychan (Y Ferwig), and Einion Cottage (Furnace)'. graphic
561974 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 78: 'Ty-glyn (Llanddewi Aber-arth Upper) and Hafod (Nantcwnlle)'. graphic
561976 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 80: 'Central-stairway houses, 18th-19th century'. photo
561987 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 10: 'The population of towns in Cardiganshire, 1801-1991'. graphic
561989 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 1: 'The population of Cardiganshire, 1801-1991'. graphic
562059 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 49: 'The spheres of influence of shopping centres in Cardiganshire (Copyright G. Rowley)'. graphic
561980 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 85: 'Nanteos (Lower Llanbadarn-y-Creuddyn'. graphic
562194 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3: File entitled 'Working Drawings', containing copies of sketch plans, drawings, and photographs. The file also contains notes relating to Wig-wen-fach, and Pen-y-gaer. text;photo;graphic
561911 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 65: 'The hearth-passage house'. graphic
561912 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 68: 'The long-house'. graphic
561983 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 87: 'Alltyrodyn (Llandysul)'. graphic
561991 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 7: 'The population of four parishes in the Upper Teifi Valley, 1801-1991'. graphic
562048 Cardiganshire County History Collection Volume 3, Figure 12: 'Population pyramid for Cardiganshire, 1991'. graphic