This is the last talk of the series.
Sir Owen Edwards is the only man to be dealt with in the series who can be regarded as a contemporary, though no one is better qualified for inclusion under the title. He devoted his life to Welsh education, and in his books fired young people with a new-found enthusiasm for the Welsh nation.
Undeb Sefydliadau 'r Merched yn Sir
Gaernarfon, o Neuadd Prichard-
Jones, Coleg y Brifysgol, Bangor Cynhelir yr arddangosfa hon ym
Mangor unwaith bob tair blynedd ac eleni bydd yn agor ar y 27ain o
Fehefin ac yn parhau am dn diwrnod.
(‘Woman’s World’ : A broadcast from the Handiwork Exhibition of the Carnarvonshire Women's Institutes at the Prichard-Jones Hall,
University College of North Wales,
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