Papers of co-operator, George Frederick Dutch (b 1894), including: material relating to Dutch's conscientious objection during the First World War and as a relief worker in France and Poland after the War, including transcript of interview with the Imperial War Museum, material regarding his imprisonment in Chelmsford Gaol and later press cuttings, 1942; papers relating to Dutch's involvement with the London Co-operative Society and its Committee of Management, including correspondence with David Hutton and other individuals and organisations, handwritten diary recording Dutch's service on the Committee of Management, note on a holiday in Bulgaria and ephemera and handbills covering his activities, 1928-1964.
DUTCH, George Frederick (b 1894)
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 372 DUTCH
- Dates of Creation1928-1964
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 box
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
No further information at present.
The Dutch Archive is divided into the following two sections:
- DUTCH/1: World War 1 Papers
- DUTCH/2: London Co-Operative Society Papers
Discovered by Stefan Dickers with part of the Co-Operative Collection, c2005.
Other Finding Aids
Adlib catalogue and copy of handlist available in researcher's area.
Entry compiled by Grace Biggins.
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