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Manchester Local Studies: Archives: 1994 Accessions

Go to contact details in the ARCHON DirectoryManchester Local Studies: Archives

  • Bill for fish, 1856
  • Manchester: Queen Street and Lloyd Street, 1723-1915
  • Collyhurst: rent charges, 1914
  • Clayton: Roslin Street, 1907
  • Soroptimist International of Manchester: add
  • Manchester and Salford Womens Christian TemperanceAssociation: add
  • Hulme, Second Choriton Road Benefit Building Society: rules,1867
  • Harpurhey, Golden Lion Benefit Building Society: rules, 1852
  • Salford, Bedford Street W. Chapel: appointment of newtrustees
  • Hulme, Upper Moss Lane P.M. Chapel: scrapbook, 1894-1915
  • Glossop Methodists: add
  • MethodistAltrincham Methodist Circuit: add
  • Cheetwood, St. Alban: add. m Girls Friendly SocietyManchester Diocesan Executive Committee: minutes, 1948-57
  • Manchester Photographic Society: add
  • Manchester Fellowship Ramblers Club: add
  • The Cotton Districts Convalescent Fund and the BarnesSamaritan Charity: add
  • Cotton Control: report by Frederick Bridges, W.W.II
  • Norris family of Whalley Range: ration books and Senior AirRaid Wardens notebook, 1939
  • Mills, Arthur and Dunkerton, Edwin Evelyn: photographs andfamily papers, 19th-20th cents.
  • Knapp, Ernst: photocopies from documents in Staatsarchiv,Ludwigsburg, Germany, 1858-59
  • Johnson, James: transcripts of Shetland Islands documentsrelating to removal to Manchester Union Workhouse, 1868
  • Green, John Albert: diary, 1882
  • Famie, Dr. D. A.: drafts, proofs etc. of articles relatingto the Manchester area
  • Personal And FamilyAndrews and Coates families: misc. papers
  • Manchester Grammar School: add
  • School RecordsBethesda School: Boys and Girls Welfare Society, admissionsregister, c1918-64
  • Duchess of York Hospital for Babies: misc. papers
  • Manchester City Council: Free Trade Hall Visitors Book,1951-93
  • Manchester City Council: Municipal Midwifes Day Books, 1946-48
  • Manchester City Council: Register of Persons and PremisesLicensed under the Cinematograph Act of 1909, 1912-74
 
 
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