United Operative Masons' and Granite Cutters' Union... United Operative Masons' and Granite Cutters' Union, 1888-1933
This collection contains: general membership roll; journal and annual reports.
The union was founded in 1888 as the Aberdeen Operative Masons' and Stonecutters' Society. It changed its name in 1896. In 1920 the United Operative Masons' Association of Scotland, the Associated Paviors' Federal Union, the Scottish Amalgamated Society of Mosaic and Encaustic Tile Fixers, Marble Workers and Fireplace Builders and the United Operative Masons' and Granite Cutters' Union amalgamated to form the Building and Monumental Workers' Association of Scotland.
Reference: William Diack, 'Rise and progress of the granite industry in Aberdeen' (1949) [A copy of this reprint from 'Quarry Managers' Journal' is held in the AUBTW section of the UCATT deposit: MSS.78/AU/5/3].
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