George W. Vandome Papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

National Insurance, 1945; speech, 1945, tape-recording of Vandome's reminiscences, 1977.

Administrative / Biographical History

George Vandome was sometime NAULAW Liverpool Victoria Branch Secretary and President.

Reference: Chris Cook, Jane Leonard and Peter Leese, The Longman Guide to Sources in Contemporary British History 2: Individuals, (Longman, 1994)

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Custodial History

The collection was deposited with the Centre in 1977 by George Vandome.

Related Material

The Centre also holds records relating to the National Amalgamated Union of Life Assurance Workers (MSS.144), and to its members Alfred Best (MSS.141), Frank Crump (MSS.144), S.P. Long (MSS.142), and Albert Vandome (MSS.158). Authority files exist for Alfred Best (GB 152 AAR0737), Frank Crump (GBR 0152 AAR0739), S.P. Long (GBR 0152 AAR0740), Albert Vandome (GBR 0152 AAR0741), George W. Vandome (GBR 0152 AAR0742), NAULAW (GBR 0152 AAR0743), Scottish Legal (English, Irish and Welsh) Assurance Agents Association (GBR 0152 AAR0744), National Life Assurance Agents Association (GBR 0152 AAR0745), Wesleyan and General Life Assurance Agents Association (GBR 0152 AAR0746), Prudential Life Assurance Agents Association (GBR 0152 AAR0747), Blackburn Philanthropic Assurance Agents Association (GBR 0152 AAR0748), National Federation of Insurance Workers (GBR 0152 AAR0752) and National Union of Insurance Workers (GBR 0152 AAR0753).

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