Papers of the Longwood Industrial Co-operative Society.
Longwood Industrial Co-operative Society
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- ReferenceGB 1499 X18
- Dates of Creation1873-1903
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description3 volumes
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Longwood Industrial Co-operative Society was established in 1859 and was based in Longwood, Huddersfield. Its central premises were at 99 Longwood-Gate. Its was involved in various businesses and trades including grocery, drapery, hardware, boots and shoes, butchery, furnishings, ironmongery, earthenware, coals, flour and clogging. By the late 1960s the society had 1,336 members. By 1968 it conducted business in grocery, butchery and cooked meats, bread and confectionary, greengrocery and fruit, drapery, fashion and footwear over a range of premises in Longwood. The society went into liquidation on 21 Jan 1970.
Sources: The Co-operative Union directories.
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Description compiled by Heather Roberts, Archives Assistant, September 2013.