The Black Book of Carmarthen - on the Digital Mirror site
Various items - on the People's Collection Wales site
- Carmarthen market, 1928.
- A view of Carmarthen Market c. 1900
- Carmarthen Infirmary c1905
- The Town Hall, Carmarthen
- Training College, Carmarthen
- Infirmary, Carmarthen
- Carmarthen from Mount Pleasant
- Carmarthen Old Bridge was a seven-arched masonry structure, probably dating from the fifteenth century
- Carmarthen Public Rooms
- Ferry Side, Carmarthen
- Picton's Monument, Carmarthen
- Quay Street, Carmarthen
- The Parade, Carmarthen
- Notts Monument, Carmarthen
- CARMARTHEN CASTLE
- Carmarthen c1910
- Guildhall, Carmarthen.
- Roman Amphitheatre, Carmarthen.
- Flooding at Carmarthen, 1930s.
- Joint Counties Asylum, Carmarthen
- Great Western Railway drawbridge, Carmarthen, opened for inspection by Company of engineers.
- Gwili Weir & Furnace Pond, Carmarthen
- General view of Carmarthen... c1910
- Photographs of Carmarthen, 1900-05 collection
- Reconstruction of medieval Carmarthen, 15th century
Details of extant records on Archives Network Wales for the following;
- Griffiths, C. W., Carmarthen, documents "Printed materials relating to Carmarthen, 1867-1961, including programmes of events, an election broadside, an Indenture of Apprenticeship and other printed material and photographs"
Davies, Alan H. Old Carmarthen. Llandysul: Gomer, 1984. p: chiefly ill; 20x24cm. [ISBN 0863831710]
Davies, John. The Carmarthen Book of Ordinances: 1569-1606. [Carmarthen]: Carmarthenshire Antiquarian Society, [1996?] xi, 55p; 30cm. [ISBN 0906972043]
Dyfed (Wales) Cultural Services Department. Caerfyrddin a rhan isaf Dyffryn Tywi mewn hen luniau (Carmarthen and the lower Tywi Valley in old photographs). Gloucester: Sutton, 1989. p: chiefly ill; 22cm. [ISBN 0862996902]
Hurst, Basil. Carmarthen remembered. Country Quest (May 1995), p. 32-3
Jones, D J V. The Carmarthen Riots of 1831. (NLW's site) The Welsh History Review, iv, 2, 1968
Jones, E. Vernon. A leap into Carmarthen past. Carmarthenshire Antiquary, vol. XXIX, 1993.
Lewis, B. A. Caerfyrddin (1893-1937): portread o dref (Carmarthen (1893-1937): portrait of a town). [Caerfyrddin]: Adran Gwasanaethau Diwylliannol Cyngor Sir Caerfyrddin, 1996. vii, 33p: chiefly ill(some col), maps, ports; 21x21cm. [ISBN 0906821320]
Lloyd, Sir John E., (Ed.). A History of Carmarthenshire (2 vols.), Cardiff, London Carmarthenshire Society (1935, 1939). Extracts from this book can be accessed on some parish pages.
Lloyd-Johnes, H J. Account Book of Thomas Morgan of Carmarthen . the National Library of Wales Journal. Vol. IX, No. 1 (Summer 1955). Here is a complete extract of this article
Lodwick, Malcolm and Edith. The Story of Carmarthen. Carmarthen, 1953. See here for details of its Contents and Illustrations
Lodwick, Joyce and Victor. The Story of Carmarthen . 1994. In 2000 now in 3rd edition which been completely rewritten and expanded.
Molloy, Pat. A Shilling for Carmarthen: The Town They Nearly Tamed, Gomer Press (1980) 201 p.
Molloy, Pat. Four Cheers for Carmarthen : The Other Side of the Coin. 1981 (Gomer Press). 218pp. numerous b/w illus. maps on endpapers. life in C19th Carmarthen.
Spurrell, W. Carmarthen and its Neighbourhood. Carmarthen, William Spurrell, 1879, 219 p. Reprinted: Dyfed Co. Council, Cultural Services Dept (1995) [The main chapters are: Churches and Chapels; Other Public Buildings; Educational Establishments; Walks, Country Strolls and Excursions. However it contains on pages 111-172 a fascinating chronological list of local events.]
Williams, Dominic (ed). Carmarthen. Ottakar's Local History Series,Tempus, Stroud 2002. 128p. ISBN 0 7524 2670 2. Mainly 20th reminiscences of the area. There are seven chapters about the history of Carmarthen and district, rural life, education, health, crime and punishment, special people and places, many black and white photographs.