North of England Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Association

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Complete stencils, 1895-1921.

Administrative / Biographical History

The North of England Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Association amalgamated (c. 1922) with the Steel Ingot Makers' Association, the Scottish Steel Makers' Association and a small rolling mill organisation in the Midlands to form the Iron and Steel Trades Employers' Association. The association established divisional areas.

Reference: A. Pugh, Men of Steel (London, 1952).

Arrangement

The collection forms part of the British Steel Archive (MSS.365) and is currently uncatalogued.

Conditions Governing Access

A 30 year closure rule applies to these papers.

Acquisition Information

This collection was deposited in the Centre in a series of deposits from 1995-1999.

Other Finding Aids

A copy of this collection-level description is available in paper format in the Centre's searchroom

An authority record exists for the North of England Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Association (GB 152 AAR2105).

Conditions Governing Use

There are no restrictions on the use of this archive, apart from the requirements of copyright law.

Accruals

Further deposits are expected.

Related Material

Papers of the Iron and Steel Trades Employers' Association (MSS.365/IST), the Steel Ingot Makers' Association (MSS.365/SIM) and the Scottish Steel Makers' Association (MSS.365/SSM) are located in the Modern Records Centre.

Papers of the Iron and Steel Board, the Iron and Steel Trades Employers Association and predecessors are located in the Modern Records Centre (MSS.365). Papers of the Iron and Steel Trades Confederation are located in the Modern Records Centre at (MSS.036). Papers of the UK Steel Association and some predecessors are also located in the Modern Records Centre at (MSS.383).