National Association of Operative Plasterers... National Association of Operative Plasterers, 1862-1967
Journal (Executive minutes and accounts), 1862-1865; National Executive Council minutes, 1949-64; reports, 1873-1967; census, 1881; judicial proceedings, 1908; rules, 1965; London District minutes, 1895-1913, and fines book, 1920-1932.
The National Association of Operative Plasterers was formed in 1860, probably by an amalgamation of three local societies. It changed its name to the National Association of Plasterers, Granolithic and Cement Workers in 1918, but reverted back to the National Association of Operative Plasterers in 1932. It absorbed the Scottish National Plasterers' Union in 1967 and transferred its engagements to the Transport and General Workers' Union in 1968.
Prior written permission to see unpublished material must be obtained from Siobhan Endean, Acting Director of Education, Unite, Transport House, 128 Theobald's Road, Holborn, London WC1X 8TN, or by email via her personal assistant Joan Francis (Joan.Francis@unitetheunion.org). Publications may be consulted without permission.
The Modern Records Centre also holds the archives of the Scottish National Plasterers' Union and the Transport and General Workers' Union, and member's cards of Thomas Hurd, a NAOP shop steward. District and branch records are held by local repositories in Barnsley, Birmingham, Brighton and Hove, Calderdale, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire and Chester, and Greater Manchester.
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