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Iron and Steel Trades Confederation

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Date: 1800-2004
Functions, occupations and activities: Labour and Trade Union movement > Metal processing and manufacturing unions
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/C20167 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/O21909 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
c1865-2004: records
Warwick University: Modern Records Centre
NRA 8975 Iron and Steel

See MSS.36: Bulletin No 69; Annual Report 2000-2001; Annual Report 2002-2003
2
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Warwick University: Modern Records Centre
See Annual Return 2005
3
1984-2004: records incl quarterly reports, minutes and financial statements
Gwent Archives
See Annual Return 2007
4
19th-20th cent: photographs, publications and misc administrative papers
Warwick University: Modern Records Centre
See Annual Return 2007
5
1900-1999: records rel to midland iron and steel wages board and the sheet trade board
Warwick University: Modern Records Centre
See Annual Return 2008
6
1948-1965: Secretary's records for Consett No. 1 Branch of the British Iron Steel and Kindred Trades Association
Durham County Record Office
7
1940s-1989: records
Swansea University: Richard Burton Archives

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The Iron and Steel Trades Confederation was formed in 1917 from a merger of the British Steel Smelters, Mill, Iron, Tinplate and Kindred Trades Association, the Associated Iron and Steel Workers of Great Britain and the National Steel Workers' Association Engineering and Labour League.
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The British Iron, Steel and Kindred Trades Association was the central association of the Iron and Steel Trades Confederation.
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The Iron and Steel Trades Confederation was formed in 1917 from a merger of the British Steel Smelters, Mill, Iron, Tinplate and Kindred Trades Association, the Associated Iron and Steel Workers of Great Britain and the National Steel Workers' Association Engineering and Labour League.
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In July 2004 the Iron and Steel Trades Confederation merged with the National Union of Knitwear, Footwear & Apparel Trades to form Community, the Union for Life. ISTC became the ISTC Section of the new union.
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