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National Builders Labourers And Construction Workers Society Banner

Photo credit: People's History Museum

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The National Builders, Labourers and Constructional Workers Society, Walworth Branch banner, of around 1921. The National Builders, Labourers and Constructional Workers Society (NBLCWS) was founded in 1889 under the name of the United Builders' Labourers' Union, changing its name in 1920. They were one of the many unions founded during the 'great boom' in New Unionism that followed the success of the 1889 Great Dock Strike.

People's History Museum

Manchester


Date

c.1921

Medium

oil on silk

Measurements

H 200 x W 180 cm

Accession number

NMLH.1993.559

Acquisition method

gift, c.1920

Work type

Banner


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People's History Museum

Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 3ER England

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