Papers of Arthur Pearson Ibbott (1866-1955)... Papers of Arthur Pearson Ibbott (1866-1955), 1919-1978
This collection contains: small group of papers and biographical notes, including letter from G D H Cole and others on 'The economic illusion' (3 letters from G.D. H. Cole), text of 'Total employment', Burston Spanner Company leaflets.
Arthur Ibbott (1866-1955) lived at Oxhey for most of his married life, where he established a small Independent Baptist, later Free Church, of which he was superintendent. Originally a Liberal, he later became an active member of the Labour Party. In his business career he was particularly associated with Wetcarbonizing Limited, Westminster (1912-22), and the Burston Spanner Company, which was formed to produce and market the cam spanner designed by Ibbott. As Arthur Bertram, Ibbott published 'In Darkest Christendom (and a way out of the darkness)' (London, 1919), and 'The Economic Illusion' (London, 1924).
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