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CHAPMAN, Sidney (The Strike in the London Boot Trade, 1884)
This source is a paper entitled The Strike in the London Boot Trade, 1884, written by Sidney Chapman, the solicitor to the Boot and Shoe Trades Protection Society.
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This manuscript is a paper entitled The Strike in the London Boot Trade, 1884, written by Sidney Chapman, the solicitor to the Boot and Shoe Trades Protection Society. It describes the background to and course of the strike and could be used to provide contextual information about an episode in ancestor's life or for a local historical study.
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The volume's catalogue number is MS 193. A collection level description of this collection is available on AIM25.
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One strike in a single trade is described.