C.T. Barlow's Journal Volume 1
- Reference Number: BS-BAR/2
- Date: 1935 - 1948
- Level: Item
- Extent: 1 file
- Creator: Charles T Barlow
- Description: Arranged alphabetically. Under 'A' is a history of the origin of Accles & Pollock, Holford Iron Works, Perry Barr, and later of Oldbury, and a biography of George Accles, its namesake. Under 'D' is an essay on the Douglas Social Credit Group, dated 16th November 1937, denouncing the organisation as industrial feudalism'. Under 'L' is information about London Works and the Nine Locks Works, including: letters between C.T. Barlow and H.J. Barlow, December 1948; a personal diary of meetings and events taking place in the workplace, October 1945-December 1948, including figures re: shearing billets, reports on production, wages and operations at Oldbury and Brierley Hill. Also contains notes and information on Masonic activities, April 1935; shooting records for the Brewood Shoot, 1934-1936; a typescript list of assets dated 2nd December 1948, with 'Henry Fox & Sons (Fittings) Ld.' penned on the back; and information on freehold properties.
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- Access Status: Open
- Contact: Sandwell Archives, Sandwell Community History and Archives Service
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