Bethnal Green Labour Party

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Records of Bethnal Green Labour Party consists of: Minute book 1910-1911, folio 2 to folio 50. Flyer advertising open-air demonstration at Mansford Street, Bethnal Green, 14 Aug [1910], folio 39. Flyer advertising a procession from Mile End to Bethnal Green Road, 1910, folio 40. Second annual report of 1909 dealing with the history and administration of the branch, folio 42 to folio 46.

Administrative / Biographical History

The Bethnal Green Labour Party was formed in 1908 and aimed to 'forward the just claims of the working class and to promote independent Labour representation on all governing bodies'. The branch was closely involved with the Trades Union movement and was affiliated to the National Union of Corporation Workers, London Carmen's Trade Union, National Union of Shop Assistants, Glass Bevelers Branch of the Furnishing Trades Association, National League of the Blind and the Independent Labour Party. Like minded individuals could also join.

Arrangement

One bound volume.

Conditions Governing Access

OPEN

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Archivist's Note

Output from CAIRS using template 14 and checked by hand on May 8, 2002

Conditions Governing Use

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