Typed transcript of Dundee Parish Council investigator's notebook giving details of families' incomes, living standards, number of children, jobs, etc.
Field Notebook of William Duncan, Investigator for the Dundee Parish Council
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Administrative / Biographical History
William Duncan was an iron-moulder by trade and served his apprenticeship in the Albion Foundry. He was an investigator with Dundee Distress committee for four years before holding a similar position with Dundee Parish Council for three months in 1921. After leaving the Parish Council he returned to his trade as a moulder in the Blackness foundry. His field note book for his months at Dundee Parish Council was transcribed by William M Duncan.
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This collection was previously catalogued as MS 15/39.
Fonds level description compiled by Sarah Chubb, Archives Hub Project Archivist, December 2001.
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