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Newspaper cuttings relating to the coal industry and domestic fuel rationing, , including introduction of domestic coal rationing, 4 Jul ; extension of rationing to all domestic fuels, 17 Mar ; appointment of Maj Rt Hon Gwilym Lloyd-George as Minister of Fuel and Power, 3 Jun ; announcement by Rt Hon Ernest Bevin, Minister of Labour and National Service, of the extension of . Bound scrapbook with newspaper cuttings and handbills, typed layout of Alice Henry's lectures (File 41) - Box 3. Bound scrapbook with newspaper cuttings relating to trade unions, labour conditions and voting; typed layout of Alice Henry's lectures; handbills. Collected while in the United States. 12 volumes in Trade unionist, electoral reformist and politican: George Howell, Autobiographical Works and Ephemera, Autobiographical material concerning the life and career of George Howell, including handwritten autobiographical works, some journal entries, retrospectives of months between and , press cuttings and. Liddell Hart: 15/5/ Newspaper cuttings, book reviews, publications and articles relating to the assassination, on 30 Jan , in Delhi, India, of Mohandas Karamchand 'Mahatma' Gandhi, by Hindu Nathuram Vinayak Godse, , including article by (Basil) Kingsley Martin entitled 'The tragedy in Delhi' from The New Statesman and Nation, 7 Feb ; article by Bruce Bain.
A collection of newscuttings and other ephemeral printed material relating to the coal industry of Scotland and elsewhere, including a number of printed analysis of various Scottish coals, compiled by J.B. Dalzell of Machanhill, Lanarkshire. 1 thick. Collection Browser. Use the + and - to expand/contract the collection structure. Click on a description to see further details. DP - Purchased Documents: 1 - Miscellaneous documents relating to various townships purchased from Alan Keen 1 - Miscellaneous documents relating to various townships purchased from Alan Keen. The collection was made by three generations of Sheffield surgeons, the last of whom was Arthur Jackson (d. ). It includes many papers of the Sheffield genealogist, William Swift (d), and of Joseph Hunter (the latter purchased from the Phillipps sale in ), deeds and other original records, and a large number of pamphlets, handbills, guardbooks, newspaper cuttings and genealogical . Hal Fisher Collection G Scrapbook containing black and white photographs, newspaper articles mainly of animal acts and Harder Jonsson and comic strips as well as five loose photographs mm x mm Hal Fisher Collection G Newspaper cuttings related to Charlie Cairoli, Capt. Rowland, Ringling Bros and Dorita Konyot 4 items.
A scrapbook compiled by Sharpe is held at the National Library of Ireland in which he has gathered together his newspaper advertisements and a fine collection of hand-bills spanning his whole career. This is a fascinating document giving an overview of his business activities over a 30 year period. movement, and trade unionism. The Sheehy Skeffingtons played a central role in the women’s suffrage movement and material relating to this forms a substantial portion of the Collection. The papers provide exceptionally valuable documentation for the history of that movement in . He also owned many manuscripts relating to St Andrews. We find amongst his collection a minute book of the tailor trade of St. Andrews, , acquired by Hay Fleming in , and a volume containing minutes of meetings and new appointments in the weaver trade in St Andrews, The collection consists of documents relating to the Great Strike of , including newspaper cuttings, posters, pamphlets, photographs and correspondence, as well as working papers from specific mines, minutes, leaflets and conference.