Abstract: Images from the cultural youth festival at Maesteg including images of Mari Owen of Nantyffyllon (GCU00072-GCU00073), and Eirwen Davies of Blaengwynfi (GCU00074-GCU00075) both in Welsh national costume, the recital party from Ruthin (GCU00076), a musical party from Mynachlog-ddu (GCU00077), a party from Trimsaran (GCU00078), the chairing ceremony showing the chaired bard H. Desmond Healy of Bancffosfelen standing and being led to the stage (GCU00079), together with images of various unknown parties and participants.
Part of: Casgliad Geoff Charles Collection,
Charles, Geoff, 1909-2002.
Title assigned by cataloguer., A selection of the images have been published and appeared in Y Cymro, 5 June 1953.
Computer file. Aberystwyth : National Library of Wales, 2000-2002 (Geoff Charles digitisation project) Original, master file captured in uncompressed TIFF format. Minimal tonal adjustments using levels and curves in PhotoShop. Master files archived as pc format TIFFS. On-screen display files resized and adjusted for viewing on gamma 2.2 monitors in PhotoShop and saved in JPEG format. 25 image files; Heidelberg Nexscan F4100 capture device using Linocolor v6.0.4 software. Filter settings: light contour-0.5, dark countour-0.5, smoothnes-0.6, countour width-1.0, scan spot size-4.0. Target resolution for hi-res capture was 300dpi at a factor of 450% resulting in +/- 6000 x 5000 pixels; screen res:+/- 600 x 500 pixels at 72dpi; screen-res and thumbnail copies use jpeg compression at setting: 7 in Adobe Photoshop v6.0; 8 bit grayscale; hi-res TIFFs: Gray Gamma 1.8 icc profile embedded.
2002 ; scanned. Reprographic Unit, National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion ; capture device operator : Kate Harper.
Subject: [Healy, Desmond , Urdd Gobaith Cymru. Aelwyd Ruthin., Urdd Gobaith Cymru. Aelwyd Blaengwynfi., Urdd Gobaith Cymru. Aelwyd Mynachlog-ddu., Urdd Gobaith Cymru. Aelwyd Trimsaran., Urdd Gobaith Cymru. Aelwyd Bancffosfelen., Urdd Gobaith Cymru. Aelwyd Nantyffyllon., Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Urdd Gobaith Cymru (1953 : Maesteg) ]