Reference number
  • NEB
  • 1913
  • Collection
  • Rule Book, 1913.
  • 1 item
Admin history
  • The Union was founded in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1834. At the beginning of the century the Union had 621 members. The Union became a member of the Federation of Engineering and Shipbuilding Trades in 1891 and in 1920 it merged with other Unions to form the Amalgamated Engineering Union.

    Reference: Arthur Marsh and Victoria Ryan Historical Directory of Trade Unions( England; 1984).
  • This collection has been weeded for duplicates.
Finding aids
  • A copy of this catalogue is available at the National Register of Archives in London and in Chadwyck-Healey's National Inventory of Documentary Sources.

    Authority files exist for the North of England Brass Turners', Fitters' and Finishers' Society '(GBR 0152 AAR534); Federation of Engineering and Shipbuilding Trades (GB 0152 AAR1377) and the Amalgamated Engineering Union (GBR 0152 AAR520).
Access status
  • Open
Related Material
  • These papers constitute part of a large collection of related papers that have been deposited in the Modern Records Centre over a long period of time. For a full listing of these Trade Unions see" linktype="simple">(MSS.259/UMB).
  • Brass industry and trade -- Labor unions -- Great Britain
  • Brass founders -- Great Britain
Physical description
  • Physical Characteristics/Requirements

    This collection is in good condition.