Ref NoMS 841
TitleNational Council of Women
Date[19th Cent - 20th Cent]
LevelCollection
DescriptionClick on the 'Document' field to see a PDF of the catalogue for MS 841. Please note the catalogue is divided into 3 parts: MS 841, MS 841A and MS 841B.
Extent0.27
FormatCubic metres
AccessStatusClosed until assessed
AdminHistory1876 - Ladies Association for the Care of Friendless Girls founded in Birmingham.

1887 - Birmingham Ladies' Unions of Workers among Women and Children founded and similar unions formed in other parts of the country.

1895 - National Union of Women Workers inaugurated and the Birmingham Ladies Union of Workers among Women and Children (sometimes called Birmingham Ladies Union of Women Workers) became affiliated to it.

1899 - Birmingham Ladies Union became the Birmingham Branch of the National Union of Women Workers

1905 - Governing body of the National Union of Women Workers styled the National Council of Women.

1918 - Title of National Union of Women Workers changed to National Council of Women, and the Birmingham Branch of the NUWW became the Birmingham Branch of the NCW.
ArrangementThis is a collection level description. A paper catalogue is available in our research room, and as a PDF on this catalogue entry.
Documentms-841-paper-catalogue.pdf
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