A Partial Catalogue of the Papers of the Electrical Trades Union


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Summary

Administrative/Biographical History

Scope and Content

System of Arrangement

Administrative Information

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Appraisal, Destruction, Scheduling

Accruals

Access Conditions

Restrictions

Other Information

Language of Material

Additional Sources of Information

Finding Aids

Related Units of Description

Index Headings

Catalogue

A Partial Catalogue of the Papers of the Electrical Trades Union


Summary

Reference GB 0152 MSS.387
Title Electrical Trades Union
Dates of Creation 1920-1992
Held at Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick Library
Extent 2.266 cubic metres
Name of Creator Electrical Trades Union
Level of description File
Language English

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Administrative/Biographical History

The Electrical Trades Union (ETU) was formed in 1889 by the merger of the Amalgamated Society of Telegraph and Telephone Construction Men and the Union of Electrical Operatives. In 1968 it amalgamated with the Plumbing Trades' Union to form the Electrical, Electronic and Telecommunication Union - Plumbing Trades Union (later the Electrical, Electronic, Telecommunication and Plumbing Union).

In 1891, the union conducted its first strike, losing membership as a result. By 1898 the Union had recovered, and had 702 members organised in 18 branches, with reserve funds of £752. In 1905 the Union first published its journal The Eltradion, the name changing to the Electrical Trades Journal in 1909. By 1910 membership remained relatively low, at under 2,000. In 1935, the Union called for the nationalisation of the electrical industry, which came into effect in 1947.

The first General Secretary of the union, on a part-time basis, was R. Steadman, but the post became full-time when A. J. Walker was appointed in 1891. In 1906 the Union joined the Federation of Engineering and Shipbuilding Trades. Leslie Cannon (1920-1970) was a prominent union official and served as General President from 1963 to 1970. He was a Communist activist, and trade union leader; member of Electrical Trades Union Executive Council, North Lancashire and Merseyside, 1948-1954. He left the Communist Party in1956. In 1961 he uncovered an ETU ballot rigging scandal, and successfully sued the union.

Reference:

Arthur Marsh and Victoria Ryan, Historical Directory of Trade Unions Volume 2 (Gower, 1984).

John Lloyd, Light and Liberty: The History of the EETPU (London, 1990).

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Scope and Content

Deposit 1: Minutes of Executive Council, 1954-1992; Court cases involving the ETU, 1958-1961.

Deposit 2: Papers relating to Sir Leslie Cannon, former General President of the ETU, 1948-1970 comprising extracts of Trades Union Congress minutes, 1948-1969, radio transcripts, 1963-1970, television transcripts, 1965-1970.

Deposit 3: Papers of the Plumbing Trades Union, 1920-1972; ETU branch records, 1912-1981; ETU circulars, 1937-1982; Executive Council minutes, 1949-1985; sub-Executive Council minutes, 1947-1968; Electrical Trades Journal, 1942-1948.

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System of Arrangement

The collection is partially catalogued. The catalogue below is for the first and second deposits. The series relating to the 1961 Trial (MSS.387/6/7) is not yet catalogued.

The Modern Records Centre uses a classification scheme. For further details of the scheme, see http://www.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/mrc/mrcclass.shtml. It is compatible with ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description (2000).

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Administrative Information

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The initial deposit was made by the Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union (AEEU) in 1998. A second deposit relating to Sir Leslie Canon was made in 1999. The third deposit was made in 2000.

Appraisal, Destruction, Scheduling

This collection has been weeded for duplicates.

Accruals

Further deposits are expected.

Access Conditions

A thirty year closure applies to these records.

Access to some of these papers is also restricted under the Data Protection Act 1998. Please contact the Centre's staff for further information.

Copyright/Reproduction

There are no restrictions on the use of this archive, apart from the requirements of copyright law.

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Other Information

Language of Material

English

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Additional Sources of Information

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. A brief box list is available for the third deposit in paper format in the Centre's searchroom. Information about Warwick's holdings of the Electrical Trades Journal is available on the Library OPAC at http://opac.warwick.ac.uk/www-bin/www_talis32

Authority records exist for the Electrical Trades Union (GB 0152 AAR571); Sir Leslie Cannon (GB 0152 AAR800) the Plumbing Trades Union (GB 0152 AAR426) and the Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union (GB 0152 AAR0510).

Related Units of Description

The Modern Records Centre holds further papers of the Plumbing Trades Union at MSS.134 and papers of the Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union (MSS.259/AEEU).

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Index Headings

Cannon, Leslie, Sir, 1920-1970

Electrical Trades Union

Plumbing Trades Union

Electric industry workers -- Great Britain -- Labor unions

Plumbing industry -- Great Britain

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Catalogue

MSS.387/1 Minutes 1954-1992

MSS.387/1/1 Executive Council 1959-1961

39 files

MSS.387/1/1/9/1 Extract from Minute No.1 February 1960

Extract from Minute No.1 relating to the charge made against F.J. Chapple.

Filed with the above.

MSS.387/1/1/22 Minute No.2 March 1961

Volume 1 was not deposited.

MSS.387/1/1/32 Executive Council, extract from Minute No.12 [September] 1961

Relating to the ballots for the Rules Revision Conference, Division 39

MSS.387/1/1/37/1 Extract from Executive Council minutes [November] 1961

Relating to amendments to rules.

Filed with the above.

MSS.387/1/2 Executive Council printed minutes 1954-1992

64 files

MSS.387/1/2/62-63 Minute No. 1. January 1992

Two copies, with different covers.

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MSS.387/6/1-12 Court cases involving the ETU 1958-1969

MSS.387/6/1 Cannon v. ETU 1958-1961

3 files

This series contains correspondence relating to Cannon's initial charging under rule 38 and his suspension from holding union office, which was subsequently used in court as evidence.

MSS.387/6/1/1 Correspondence 1957-1959

MSS.387/6/1/1/1 Correspondence between Cannon and Haxell 1957

Regarding the former's allegations of irregularities in union ballots. Damaged.

MSS.387/6/1/1/2 Correspondence between Haxell and local ETU branches 1957-1958

Regarding ballots and members entitled to vote. Branches include Chippenham, Doncaster, Dagenham, Glasgow, London Lift and Crane and Weymouth.

MSS.387/6/1/1/3 Letter from Haxell to E.J. Turner, Area Secretary, Area No.27 1958

Regarding the procedure for charges against members under Rule 38. Includes detailed notes on correct procedure.

MSS.387/6/1/1/4 Letter from J.J. Maling 1958

Regarding his complaint against Cannon, and a copy of his statement.

MSS.387/6/1/1/5 Correspondence between Turner and Maling 1958

Regarding hearing of Area Sub-Committee, and the charge against Cannon. Includes statements written by Maling's witnesses, R.A. Treffry, B. Williams, N.E. Klein, A.E. Goddard, D. Mills, D. Elleker and A.H. Macolive.

MSS.387/6/1/1/6 Correspondence between Turner and Cannon 1958

Regarding hearing of Area Sub-Committee, and the charge against the latter. Includes a telegram to Cannon, asking him to submit evidence.

MSS.387/6/1/1/8 Correspondence between Turner and local branches. 1958

Endorsing the decision of the Area Sub-Committee in suspending Cannon from holding office. Branches include Brixton, Dartford, Hendon, London South East, London Station Engineers No.1 and London Station Engineers No.9.

MSS.387/6/1/1/9 Correspondence between Turner, Haxell and local branches 1958

Against the decision of the Area Sub-Committee in suspending Cannon from holding office. Branches include Dagenham, Finchley, Fulham, London Electronic Engineers No.4, London Lift and Crane, London Lift Engineers, London Station Engineers No.5, London Station Engineers No.6, London Station Engineers No.10, London Station Engineers No.18, North Woolwich, Orpington and Twickenham.

MSS.387/6/1/1/10 Correspondence between Haxell and Kingston branch 1958-1959

Regarding the ballot and Cannon's subsequent suspension.

MSS.387/6/1/1/12 Correspondence between Turner and G. Scott, National Officer 1959

Regarding charge against Cannon, and enclosing a copy of the Area Sub-Committee's report.

MSS.387/6/1/2 Legal documents 1960-1961

MSS.387/6/1/2/1-2 Writ served on Haxell, Turner and the ETU 1960

2 copies of a writ by Cannon, to place an injunction preventing the Area Sub-Committee's sentence from being carried out.

MSS.387/6/1/2/8 Request for further particulars 1960

Request for further and better particulars of the statement of claim.

MSS.387/6/1/2/9 Further particulars 1960

Further and better particulars of the statement of claim.

MSS.387/6/1/2/16 Exhibit LC5 1960

Referred to in MSS.387/6/1/2/14

MSS.387/6/1/2/17-18 Affidavits of Haxell 1960

In answer to the notices of motion, and referring to the documents in his possession.

MSS.387/6/1/2/19 Exhibit FLH2 1960

Referred to in MSS.387/6/1/17

MSS.387/6/1/2/21-22 Draft and final orders 1960

Denying Cannon's right to an injunction.

MSS.387/6/1/2/28 Affidavit of Haxell 1961

As to those documents in the possession of the ETU.

MSS.387/6/1/2/29 Notice by plaintiff 1961

To apply for a change in the statement of claim.

MSS.387/6/1/2/30 Brief to counsel 1961

On plaintiff's summons for further specific discovery and inspection.

MSS.387/6/1/2/32 Additional particulars 1961

Additional further and better particulars of the statement of claim, as requested by the defendants.

MSS.387/6/1/2/35 Order, for the plaintiff to change the statement of claim 1961

Order, for the plaintiff to change the statement of claim, and to provide further and better particulars.

MSS.387/6/1/2/37 Typed notes 1960s

Made on sections of the statement of claim. Originally filed under the heading "Joint Opinion".

MSS.387/6/1/2/38 Typed sheet headed "Para. 5 Joint Opinion" 1960s

Lists documents needed with regard to the Cannon-Frazer election.

MSS.387/6/1/2/39 Copy of Executive Council minutes 1937

Item 63, regarding ballot results.

Originally filed with the above.

MSS.387/6/1/2/40 Copy of Executive Council minutes 1937

Item 106, regarding ballot results.

Originally filed with the above.

MSS.387/6/1/2/41-49 Copies of Executive Council minutes 1957-1959

Listed in MSS.387/6/1/2/38: No. 8, 1957, Item 118; No. 10, 1957, Item 142A; No.11, 1957, Item 157; No.11, 1957, Item 158; No. 11, 1957, analysis of voting in ballot; No. 12, 1957, Item 169; No. 1 1958, Item 7; No. 6, 1958, Item 124; No.1, 1959, Item 6.

MSS.387/6/1/3 Miscellaneous documents 1957-1959, n.d.

MSS.387/6/1/3/3 Minutes of a meeting of No. 27 Area Committee. 1958

Contains references to the charges against Cannon, and the Sub-Committee's decision.

MSS.387/6/1/3/4 Statement made by J.J. Maling 1958

Signed by him, outlining the events at the March quarter night meeting, and those accusations made by Cannon.

MSS.387/6/1/3/5 Disciplinary procedure against Cannon 1958

Details of disciplinary procedure against Cannon, and correspondence written to and received from him.

MSS.387/6/1/3/6 Complaints against members. 1958-1959

List of complaints against members raised at the Area Committee meetings.

MSS.387/6/1/3/7 Proceedings at a meeting between Cannon and the Executive Council 1959

Copy of proceedings at a meeting between Cannon and the Executive Council discussing the former's alleged disclosure of union business.

MSS.387/6/1/3/8-10 Duties of scrutineers 1958

3 copy forms, listing scrutineers' duties, and signed by them.

MSS.387/6/1/3/11 Handwritten page of minutes 1960s

Regarding Cannon's allegations of ballot irregularities.

MSS.387/6/2 H.H. Gittins v. ETU 1960-1961

2 files

MSS.387/6/2/1 Typed to instructions to [?plaintiff's] counsel. 1961

Includes a list of annexures to evidence, referred to in the instructions.

MSS.387/6/2/2-20 Annexures 1-20 1960

No. 11 missing. As listed in MSS.387/6/2/1.

MSS.387/6/2/44-63 Annexures 44-63 1960

As listed in MSS.387/6/2/1.

MSS.387/6/2/64-79 Annexures 64-80 1960-1961

No. 79 missing; As listed in MSS.387/6/2/1.

MSS.387/6/2/80-86 Annexures 81-90 1960-1961

Nos.84, 85, 87 missing; as listed in MSS.387/6/2/1.

MSS.387/6/2/87-94 Annexures 92-100 1959-1960

No. 91, 93 missing; as listed in MSS.387/6/2/1.

MSS.387/6/3 Tuck v. ETU 1960-1964, n.d.

2 files

MSS.387/6/3/1 Legal documents 1960-1961

MSS.387/6/3/1/3 Affidavit of Leslie Arthur Tuck 1960

In support of the Notice of Motion.

MSS.387/6/3/1/4-5 Exhibits LAT2 and LAT3. 1960

Referred to in MSS.387/6/3/1/3.

MSS.387/6/3/1/13-14 Exhibits HHG1 and HHG2 1960

Referred to in MSS.387/6/3/1/12.

MSS.387/6/3/1/16-17 Exhibits RWC1 and RWC2 1960

Referred to in MSS.387/6/3/1/15.

MSS.387/6/3/1/26-27 Affirmation of Haxell 1960

Draft and final copies of the affirmation of Haxell, in answer to the notice of motion.

MSS.387/6/3/1/28-35 Affirmation by Haxell. 1960

8 bundles of papers, from which items have been removed, for exhibiting them to an affirmation by Haxell.

MSS.387/6/3/1/36-37 Emergency legal aid 1960

Two notices regarding emergency legal aid certificates, issued to Tuck.

MSS.387/6/3/1/40 Exhibit HHM1 1960

Referred to in MSS.387/6/3/1/39.

MSS.387/6/3/1/43 Exhibit EEB1 1960

Referred to in MSS.387/6/3/1/42.

MSS.387/6/3/1/47 Draft order 1960

Regarding payment of costs.

MSS.387/6/3/1/50 Civil aid certificate 1961

Notice regarding a civil aid certificate, issued to Tuck.

MSS.387/6/3/1/51 Statement of claim 1961

Summons, for both parties to attend a hearing regarding an application by Tuck to amend his statement of claim.

MSS.387/6/3/1/52-53 Statement of claim 1961

Two printed copies of the amended statement of claim, with annotations.

MSS.387/6/3/2 Correspondence 1960-1964

MSS.387/6/3/2/1 List 1 1960

"List 1 - Branches which wrote in drawing our attention to the fact that Ballot Papers [for the 1961 Rules Revision Conference delegates] had not been delivered by six weeks prior to quarter end (or referred to Rule 21 Clause 2)". Lists branch name, RRC division number, outcome of correspondence with General Secretary regarding ballot papers, and number of branch members.

MSS.387/6/3/2/2-26 Correspondence between General Secretary and branches 1960

Correspondence between General Secretary and branches listed in MSS.387/6/3/2/1, regarding the 1961 Rules Revision Conference ballot. Branches include Bangor (2), Belfast Central (3), Billingham (4), Chicester (5), Chippenham (6), Corby (7), Devonport Dockyard (8), Doncaster (9), Dorking (10), Enfield (11), Grimsby (12), Halesowen (13), Henlow (14), Leamington (15), London Electronic Engineers No. 2 (16), Mexborough (17), Newcastle Supply (18), Northampton (19), Okehampton (20), Peterborough (21), Rhos (22), Romford (23), Smethwick (24), Swansea Supply (25) and Walsall (26).

MSS.387/6/3/2/27-46 Correspondence from branches 1960

Correspondence from branches listed in MSS.387/6/3/2/1, and notes on telephone calls in reply, regarding the 1961 RRC. Branches include Camden Town (27), Chingford (28), Dagenham (29), Elstree (30), Finchley (31), Grays Inn (32), Harlow (33), Hounslow (34), London Electronic Engineers No.1 (35), Park Royal (36), Saltley (37), Walton and Hersham (38), Wealdstone (39), West Bromwich (40), Wellington (41), Welwyn Electronic Engineers (42), Wembley (43), Wolverhampton (44), Worcester (45) and Birmingham Traction (46).

MSS.387/6/3/2/47 List 2 1960

"List 2 - Branches which advised that quarterly meeting had been held without ballot being taken". Lists branch name, division number, membership numbers, and notes on correspondence.

MSS.387/6/3/2/48-50 Correspondence between General Secretary and branches 1960-1961

Correspondence between General Secretary and branches listed in MSS.387/6/3/2/47. Branches include Stevenage No.1, Stevenage No.2 and Stirchley.

MSS.387/6/3/2/51-52 Lists of branches 1960

Lists of branches whose contribution ledgers were held by ETU General Office for use in the court action, including those unable to hold a ballot for the 1961 RRC because of it.

See MSS.387/6/3/2/55-58.

MSS.387/6/3/2/53-54 Letters from the General Secretary 1960

Two letters from the General Secretary, explaining the need for branches to forward their contribution ledgers.

MSS.387/6/3/2/55-58 Correspondence from branches 1960

Correspondence from branches unable to hold a ballot for the 1961 RRC, due to their contribution ledgers being held by the General Office. Branches include Aston (55), Leeds Central (56), North Shields (57) and Stanley (58).

MSS.387/6/3/2/59 Correspondence 1960-1964

Correspondence between C. Grobel, Son and Co., solicitors for the plaintiff, and Seifert Sedley and Co., solicitors for the defendants.

MSS.387/6/3/2/60 Correspondence and invoices 1961-1964

Correspondence and invoices between Maurice Tarlo, solicitor, and Seifert, Sedley and Co. regarding the court case and barrister's fees.

MSS.387/6/3/3 Miscellaneous 1960, n.d.

MSS.387/6/3/3/1 Index to minutes 1960

Index to minutes of a meeting of the Sub-Executive Committee.

MSS.387/6/3/3/2 Minutes 1960

Minutes of a meeting of the Sub-Executive Committee, as indexed above. Includes details on the 1961 Rules Revision Committee.

MSS.387/6/3/3/3 Covering letter and nomination forms for scrutineers 1960

Covering letter, for scrutineers and nomination forms, to be sent out and voted on at the December Quarterly meeting.

MSS.387/6/3/3/4 Scrutineers' return forms 1960

Scrutineers' return forms, for elections referred to in MSS.387/6/3/3/3.

MSS.387/6/3/3/5 Nomination forms 1960

Nomination forms for elections referred to in MSS.387/6/3/3/3.

MSS.387/6/3/3/7 Blank ballot results form 1960

Notifying the Area Secretary of the election of a member to Area Committee Representative

MSS.387/6/3/3/9 Standard letter from branch secretary 1960

to member asking for contribution card, in order to carry out an audit.

MSS.387/6/3/2/10 Tuck and the Rules Revision Conference 1960s

Typed notes giving details of Tuck's complaint against the ETU.

MSS.387/6/3/2/11 1960sTyped notes on the court case

Giving details of the suspected problems in the ballot.

MSS.387/6/4 Reno (also known as Odlin) v. ETU 1947-1967

MSS.387/6/4/1 Correspondence 1958-1967

MSS.387/6/4/1/5 Letter from defendants to M.A. Tarlo 1961

Regarding the issue of the writ. Badly damaged.

MSS.387/6/4/1/8 Circulars from J.T. Byrne, General Secretary 1962

Accompanied by opinion of the ETU solicitor regarding Reno v. ETU.

MSS.387/6/4/1/16 Correspondence from Kimber to the ETU General Secretary 1967

Regarding statements to be read out in court as an end to the case. Includes copies of those statements.

MSS.387/6/4/3 Legal documents 1960-1965

MSS.387/6/4/3/10 Further particulars 1961

Request for further and better particulars of the statement of claim.

MSS.387/6/4/3/25 Third party notice 1962

Initiating a second action between Reno and the ETU, as plaintiffs, with Foulkes, Haxell, McLennan and Cole as defendants.

MSS.387/6/4/3/29 Summons 1963

For the hearing of an application by the defendants [the ETU], to allow them more time to deliver their statement of claim to the third parties [Foulkes, Haxell, McLennan and Cole].

MSS.387/6/4/3/34 Summons 1963

For the hearing of an application by the third parties, to allow them more time to prepare their defence to the statement of claim.

MSS.387/6/5 Chapple v. ETU relating to 1961 RRC 1961

MSS.387/6/5/1 Correspondence 1961

MSS.387/6/5/1/1 Circulars to branches 1961

Circulars sent out to branches regarding the ballot for the Rules Revision Conference in divisions 31 and 33.

MSS.387/6/5/1/2-20 Correspondence from branches 1961

Correspondence from branches in divisions 31 and 33, regarding the holding of the ballot. Branches include Brixton (2), Camberwell (3), Clapham (4), London Jointers (5), London Lift Engineers (6), London South West (7), London Station Engineers Nos.7 (8), 11 (9), 12 (10), 17 (11-13), 18 (14), 19 (15), London Engineers No.1 (16), Mitcham (17), Tooting (18), Westminster (19) and London Studio No.2 (20).

Bracketed numbers (2), (3) signify item numbers, ie MSS.387/6/5/1/2, MSS.387/6/5/1/3 etc.

MSS.387/6/5/1/21 Circulars to branches 1961

Circulars, sent out to branches regarding the ballot for the Rules Revision Conference in division 39.

MSS.387/6/5/1/22-40 Correspondence from branches in division 39 1961

Regarding the holding of the ballot. Branches include Bishop's Stortford (22), Barnet (23), Chingford (24), Elstree (25-26), Enfield (27), Finchley (28), Hendon (29), Hertford (30), London Station Engineers No. 20 (31), Royston (32), South Harrow (33), Tottenham (34), Waltham Cross (35-38), Wealdstone (39) and Wembley (40).

Bracketed numbers (22), (23) signify item numbers, ie MSS.387/6/5/1/22, MSS.387/6/5/1/23 etc.

MSS.387/6/5/1/41 Circulars to branches 1961

Circulars, sent out to branches regarding the disqualification of the previous ballot for the Rules Revision Conference in division 39.

MSS.387/6/5/1/42 Circulars to branches in divisions 31, 33 and 39 1961

Reminding them to inform the General Secretary of when the ballots will take place.

MSS.387/6/6 Chapple v. ETU relating to Assistant General Secretary's Election 1960

MSS.387/6/7 1961 Trial 1961

This series is not yet catalogued.

MSS.387/6/9 ETU v. Tarlo 1960-1965

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MSS.387/6/12 Les Cannon deposit 1963-1970

This collection of cuttings and transcripts relating to Les Cannon was deposited by John Lloyd, National Education and Development Officer at the Amalgamated Electrical and Engineering Union, in February 1999. For further records relating to Cannon, see MSS.137.

MSS.387/6/12/1 TUC Minutes 1948-1969

MSS.387/6/12/1/1 Extracts from TUC minutes 1948

Pages.424-452, 555-556, 558. Containing speeches and resolutions made by Cannon.

MSS.387/6/12/1/2 Extracts from TUC minutes 1949

Pages 354-355, 478-479. Containing speeches and resolutions made by Cannon.

MSS.387/6/12/1/3 Extracts from TUC minutes 1950

Pages 429-430, 508-509.Containing speeches and resolutions made by Cannon.

MSS.387/6/12/1/4 Extracts from TUC minutes 1951

Pages 493-494. Containing speeches and resolutions made by Cannon.

MSS.387/6/12/1/5 Extracts from TUC minutes 1952

Pages 420-421, containing speeches and resolutions made by Cannon.

MSS.387/6/12/1/6 Extracts from TUC minutes 1954

Pages 390-391. Containing speeches and resolutions made by Cannon.

MSS.387/6/12/1/7 Extracts from TUC minutes 1964

Pages 448-449, 492-493. Containing speeches and resolutions made by Cannon.

MSS.387/6/12/1/8 Extracts from TUC minutes 1965

Pages 393, 486-487, containing speeches and resolutions made by Cannon.

MSS.387/6/12/1/9 Extract from TUC minutes 1966

Pages 472, containing speeches and resolutions made by Cannon.

MSS.387/6/12/1/10 Extracts from TUC minutes 1967

Pages 471-472, 515-516, 569-570, 572, containing speeches and resolutions made by Cannon.

MSS.387/6/12/1/11 Extracts from TUC minutes 1968

Pages 484-485, 517-518, 558-560, 570, containing speeches and resolutions made by Cannon.

MSS.387/6/12/1/12 Extracts from TUC minutes 1969

Pages 579-581, 604-605. Containing speeches and resolutions made by Cannon.

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