National Docks Labour Board records
Statistics and circulars relating to all 20 local Docks Labour Boards in ports around Britain. Statistics include disposition working sheets, age group survey working sheets, C100A and C200 records, average quarterly and weekly earnings, labour requirements, and circulars relating to both board policy and general administration. Reports, appendices, submissions, minutes of evidence, memoranda of evidence and correspondence relating to the 1956 Committee of Inquiry into the Working of the Dock Workers (Regulation of Employment) Scheme, 1947. Sir Frederick Rees stood on the Committee and the files contain his correspondence.
Of particular interest to 20th century social and labour history researchers. Statistics document earnings, employment patterns and demographics in the UK’s docks, which give a unique insight into this industry.
The collection constitutes material which was not required by the National Archives when they received the National Docks Labour Board archive upon the closure of the NDLB in 1989.
Collection type: Archive
Dates: Early 20 century, Late 20 century
Size: 29 boxes, 9 metres
Subjects: Politics, Economics and business, History, Society and law
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