United French Polishers Society

Scope and Content

Series 1 - annual reports, 1922-1969

Series 2 - minutes of the United French Polishers London Society, Provisional Committee, 1902-1903

Series 3 - rule books, 1907-1958

Series 4 - working rule agreements and membership cards of the United French Polishers Society

Administrative / Biographical History

The United French Polishers Society was formed in 1901 and based in London. It merged with the National union of Furniture Trade Operatives (NUFTO) in 1969.

Conditions Governing Access

Open for consultation.

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Archivist's Note

These records were catalogued by Kate Hart, Jun 2009, as part of 'The past meets the present', HLF project. Description compiled by Kate Hart, Mar 2010.