Association of British Aluminium and Gold Bronze Powder (Flake) Manufacturers
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 152 MSS.200/APFM
- Dates of Creation1945-1950
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description0.013 cubic metres
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Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
This was a very small association having only four or five members, probably founded during the Second World War. It was known as the Association of Aluminium Powder (Flake) Manufacturers before April 1948.
Reference: Alan Crookham, Michael Wilcox, Christine Woodland and Richard Storey, The Confederation of British Industry and predecessor archives.Coventry : University of Warwick Library, 1997.
The Association of British Aluminium and Gold Bronze Powder (Flake) Manufacturers archive forms part of the Confederation of British Industry's deposit in the Centre.
The Modern Records Centre uses a classification scheme. For further details of the scheme, see http://www.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/mrc/mrcclass.shtml. It is compatible with ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description (2000).
Conditions Governing Access
There are no restrictions on access to these papers.
The deposit covering the Confederation of British Industry and its predecessors was first made in 1979-80. Accruals and related deposits are listed under the entry for the Confederation of British Industry (MSS.200/C).
Other Finding Aids
The archive has been catalogued to file level. A copy of this catalogue is available in paper format in the Centre's searchroom, at the National Register of Archives in London and in Chadwyck-Healey's National Inventory of Documentary Sources.
An authority record exists for for the Association of British Aluminium and Gold Bronze Powder (Flake) Manufacturers (GB 152 AAR1398).
Conditions Governing Use
Any significant work based on its use must be submitted to the CBI prior to publication.
Material for the archive is selected in conjunction with the CBI's records management service. This collection has been weeded for duplicates.
Further deposits are not expected.
A sources booklet, The Confederation of British Industry and predecessor archives, is available from the Modern Records Centre.