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Amalgamated Society of Woodworkers, Manchester 5th Branch
Amalgamated Society of Woodworkers, Manchester 5th Branch
Amalgamated Society of Woodworkers, Manchester 5th Branch, 1921-1971, Lancashire1922-1971
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M241/1/1-6 FINANCEM241/1/1 Treasurer's BookM241/1/2 Check or Money Steward's BookM241/1/3 Secretary's or Check Steward's Contribution and Levy BooksM241/1/4 Sick and Superannuation Benefit BookM241/1/5 Quarterly PaymentsM241/1/6 Tool Benefit SchedulesM241/2/1-9 MEMBERSHIPM241/2/1 Proposition and Entrance BooksM241/2/2 Registration BooksM241/2/3 Clearance BookM241/2/4 Letters About ClearanceM241/2/5 Excluded MembersM241/2/6 Details of Membership and Numbers in Receipt of BenefitsM241/2/7 Medical CertificatesM241/2/8 Political Fund (Exemption Notice)M241/2/9 Membership CardsM241/3/1-3 CORRESPONDENCEM241/3/1 Branch Secretary's Letter BookM241/3/2 Letters from Manchester and District CommitteeM241/3/3 Circulars from Manchester and District CommitteeM241/4/1-6 MISCELLANEOUSM241/4/1 Return of Votes on Alteration of RulesM241/4/2 Publications of the ExecutiveM241/4/3 Annual ReportsM241/4/4 Woodworkers' JournalM241/4/5 National Federation of Building Trades OperativesM241/4/6 National Joint Council for the Building IndustryPlace:Manchester, Lancashire
Amalgamated Society of Woodworkers, Manchester 5th Branch
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The Amalgamated Society of Woodworkers was founded 1 Jan. 1921, from a union of the General Union of Carpenters and Joiners, (est. 1827), the Amalgamated Union of Cabinetmakers (est. 1833), the Amalgamated Soc. of Carpenters and Joiners (est. 1860) and the Associated Carpenters and Joiners of Scotland (est. 1861). By 1971 the A.S.W. incorporated the Amalgamated Society of Painters and Decorators (est. 1886) and the Amalgamated Union of Building Trade Workers (est. 1921), and so from 1 Jan. 1972 its name was changed to the Union of Construction, Allied Trades and Technicians.
The following records were deposited in the Library August 1976, by Mr. E. Dixon of Didsbury, Branch Secretary, through the Manchester Polytechnic Archive Project Officer.
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