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A Japanese ivory and wood purse.
A circular enamel medallion showing a woman with a white fichu, blue dress and blue ribbon in an elaborate hairstyle.
Accounts of the following charities: Bilston: Ambrose Tibbatt's Charity 1901,1902 - 1905, 1908, 1910, 1913,1916 - 1919,1922 - 1927,1928 - 1931 Birch & Rawley's Charities 1922 - 1927 Christopher Seagar's Charity 1913, 1916 - 1919, 1920 - 19281929 - 1931
Comprising black and white photographs showing employees, including female labour, and the manufacturing of tubes.
Two books of pencil sketches c.1820 - 1837. Both books have "J and F Gulson" in manuscript inside front cover.
Sketch book containing 20 pencil drawings, chiefly of Smethwick subjects. Unless otherwise stated, drawings are signed "E Reynolds"
Sketch book containing 31 pencil drawings, some dated some with quotations.
Employment of women conditions of work in Birmingham, Walsall, Dudley and the Staffordshire potteries 008583
Letters and memorandi regarding wage increases and an advertisement for a meeting of the Women's Section of The Workers ' Union BS6/3/8/10 1913
Letters and memorandi addressed to Walter Lucas Chance from Kenneth Alan Macaulay, A E Basset and A Slim regarding requests made by workers for an advance in salary and an advertisement for a meeting of the Women's Section of the Workers' Union to offer a
Correspondence, reports and notes regarding welfare work for workers during the First World War BS6/3/8/11 1915 - 1918
Correspondence with and reports and publications written by the Ministry of Munitions regarding welfare provision for workers in the munitions departments at Chance Brothers & Company with a particular emphasis on women's welfare
Census sheets recording the number of men, women, girls and boys employed by the firm in each department and section and the total amount of wages paid to them.
Records monthly income tax contributions of individual junior and lady clerks. Ordered by month and year. This record is not fully open for 85 years because some of the information contained is classed as personal data