Collection 326 - Trades Union Congress : [Part 2]

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Trades Union Congress : [Part 2]


  • 1868 - present (Accumulation)

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The TUC Library Collection at London Metropolitan University holds the archives of the organisation and contains pressure group and campaign movements’ materials, commonwealth, international affairs as well. It covers the period 1868 until 1993 and materials are deposited on an annual basis. Only a minority of holdings, including items added to stock since January 1999, can be seen on the online catalogue. Material in the TUC Library Collections is for reference and access is by appointment only.

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The TUC is a federation of trade unions in the UK which started in 1868. It gave direct support to unions in South Africa and was active in boycott campaigns nationally and internationally.

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+4420 7636 4030
+4420 7636 0632
Trades Union Congress
Congress House
Great Russell Street
London WC1B 3LS
Trades Union Congress
Congress House
Great Russell Street
United Kingdom

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