Collection: MS Dep. 1983/2: National Union of Teachers Leeds Association Archive

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Title: National Union of Teachers Leeds Association Archive

Level: Collection 

Classmark: MS Dep. 1983/2

Date: 1902-1979

Main language: English

Size and medium: 61 items (32 vols and 8 boxes), manuscript, typescript, press-cuttings, and printed material.

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/6770 

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Description

These papers were very kindly deposited by the Leeds Association of the National Union of Teachers in November 1983; we are most grateful to the officers and committee for their understanding and cooperation. Items more than thirty years old may be consulted freely though any proposed extensive verbatim citation in published documents will require the prior approval of the depositor obtainable through the Librarian. Permission to consult more recent items should be sought through the Librarian, the researcher providing evidence of bona fides and a statement of the nature of the proposed research.

Comprises: (1) General, committee, and sub-committee minute books, 1902-1975; (2) Membership register and address book, ca. 1926-ca. 1931; (3) 2 albums of press-cuttings, 1949-1966; (4) Envelopes of sundry loose papers formerly inserted in some of the minute books, including 20 pamphlets; (5) 2 income and expenditure ledgers, 1960-1972; (6) 15 files of miscellaneous papers concerning N.U.T. matters, 1920-1979.

Administrative or biographical history

The National Union of Teachers Leeds Association was formed in 1902.

Arrangement

The MS/DEP/1983/2 catalogue is based on an historic inventory, created in 1983. The arrangement of material does not necessarily represent the original order of the archive and it is considered partly processed by an archivist. When making requests to consult, please be aware that there may be discrepancies between description and physical arrangement. The retrievable unit for this collection is file level.

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Access

High levels of restriction have been imposed on this collection under the Data Protection Act. You will need to complete a restricted access form and return it to Special Collections for review by staff before access can be granted. This access request will be reviewed and you will be informed of the decision.

Reproduction

Any proposed extensive verbatim citation in published documents will require the prior approval of the depositor obtainable through the Librarian.

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