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TitleGeorge E. Arkell's Notebook: Printers
Ref NoBOOTH/B/100
Extent1 volume
Description[Published in 2nd series-Industry. Vol 2. Part III. Ch.1]

1. Index of interviews, nd.
2. Blank page.
3-10. Notes on rules and half yearly report 1893 of the Amalgamated Society of Lithographic Printers, nd.
11-19. Interview with Mr P. Stone, secretary of London branch of the Amalgamated Society of Lithographic Printers, 9 St Clements Street, 20 January 1894.
20-21. Interview with Mr Alfred Blades, Messrs Blades, East and Blades, printing and stationery works, Tabernacle Street, Finsbury, 24 January 1894.
22. Printed extract, history and rules of the Newspaper Society, nd.
22-23. Interview with Mr J.D. Wharlow, secretary of the Newspaper Society, 24 January 1894.
24-31. Interview with Mr A. Palace, president of the Lithographic Stone and Zinc Preparers' Society, 49 Mousell Road, Finsbury Park, 10 February 1894.
25. Printed letter from Alfred Palace, president of the Lithographic Stone and Zinc Preparers' Society to the employers of London, concerning the adoption of a fixed scale of wages, 26 January 1891 and balance sheet 1893.
32. Interview with Mr Crofts, president and Mr W. Nicholson, secretary of the Printing and Kindred Trades Federation, nd.
33. Article concerning Printers Managers and Overseers Association, nd.
34. Extract concerning the objectives, qualifications and voting privileges of the Printers' Pension, Almshouse and Orphan Asylum Association, nd.
35-37. Letter published in Evening News and Post re lithographic printers, nd [1893].
38. Blank page.
39. Article published in the Printing News concerning Compositors' Permanent Sick Fund, nd.
40-42. Articles from Daily Chronicle, interview with London publishers, compositors, 20-21 December 1893.
43-46. Interview with Alfred Pearson, secretary of Amalgamated Society of Printers' Warehousemen, 28 February 1894.
47. Extract from the Printing and Kindred Trades' Federation, published in The Printing News, January 1894.
48-51. Interview with London Society of Machine Rulers, 28 February 1894.
52-55. Extracts from The Hygiene, Diseases and Mortality of Occupations by J.T. Arlidge published in 1892.
56-57. Interview with Mr G. Naylor, secretary of Federated Society of Stereotypers and Electrotypers, 8 Vincent Terrace, Islington, 26 January 1895.
58. Newspaper extract concerning the building of the Caxton Convalescent Home, January 1894.
58. Leaflet concerning the Caxton Convalescent Home, Swanage, Dorset, November 1893.
59-125. Blank pages
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