Minutes, 1898-1908; price list, 1902-15.
Papers of the National Amalgamated Iron Plate Workers' Society
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The National Amalgamated Iron Plate Workers' Society was formed in 1890. In 1910 it changed its name to the Galvanised Hollow-Ware, Sheet Metal Workers' and Braziers' Association. In that same year it affiliated to the National Amalgamated Sheet Metal Workers and Braziers and in 1920 it merged with other affiliates to form the National Union of Sheet Metal Workers and Braziers, although it kept its individual identity within the new union for some time.
Reference: Ted Brake, Men of Good Character: A history of the National Union of Sheet Metal Workers, Coppersmiths, Heating and Domestic Engineers (Lawrence and Wishart: London, 1985).
The records form part of the archive of Manufacturing, Science, Finance (MSS.101) and within that are a constituent of the archive of the National Union of Sheet Metal Workers, Coppersmiths, Heating and Domestic Engineers (MSS.101/SM).
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.
This archive was transferred to the Modern Records Centre from the National Museum of Labour History in October 1989 and April 1990.
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. The catalogue is also available in electronic format on the Access to Archives (A2A) website.
Authority records exist for the Galvanised Hollow-Ware, Sheet Metal Workers' and Braziers' Association (GB 152 AAR0650) and National Amalgamated Iron Plate Workers' Society (GB 152 AAR0651).
Conditions Governing Use
There are no restrictions on the use of this archive, apart from the requirements of copyright law.
This collection has been weeded for duplicates.
Further deposits are not expected.