Notes for a first year course on economics for the Workers' Educational Association conducted in the session 1932-3, by Arthur Nixon Shimmin, together with various other papers from diverse sources

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

1. Notes for a first year course on economics, 1932-4, 37 ff., TS duplicated. 2. Industrial accidents: memorandum 21 (Cd. 9046), 1918, 7 ff., TS duplicated. 3. Industrial relations in Great Britain: a memorandum by the Ministry of Labour and National Service [c. 1939], ii, 28 pp., TS duplicated. 4. West Riding (local authorities) Superannuation Joint Committee memorandum on social insurance [with] minutes of a meeting on 13 December 1944 and a letter from W. Donnan to A.N. Shimmin, 1944, 9 ff., TS, mostly duplicated. 5. National Industrial Alliance: 29th annual report [for 1944], 1945, 4 ff., TS duplicated. 6. C.H.T. Williams. What is the individual worth today? a paper delivered at Sheffield on 9 April 1949, 18 ff., TS duplicated. 7. Nuffield Provincial Hospitals Trust: Report on a study of the work of public health nurses, [? 1951], 71 ff., TS duplicated. 8. Phyllis M. Millard: Huddersfield pilot survey: questionnaire and preliminary report, [?1952], 6 ff., MS and TS. 9. Papers relating to BBC further education experiment 1949-1952. 1952. 9 ff., TS duplicated. 10. Nuffield Research project: interim report on the Featherstone area, [?1953], 11 ff., TS. 11. Eleanor A. Moore: Human relations in social work, 1953, 5 ff., TS duplicated. 12. Annual report of the principal probation officer to the West Riding area probation committee for the year ended 31 December 1953, 1954, 23 ff., TS duplicated. Also, a letter from C.W. Morton Hughes (Principal Probation Officer) to A.N. Shimmin, 9 March 1954

Administrative / Biographical History

A. N. Shimmin was Professor of Social Studies at the University of Leeds from 1945 to 1954

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted

Acquisition Information

Transferred from the University Archives, May 1987

Note

In English

Other Finding Aids

None