The Wolverhampton and District Trades Council published this pamphlet. Before the Second World War many services were not available to ordinary people, particularly affecting the poorest in society who needed them most. In a large urban area like Wolverhampton there were many people in need, and the Trades Council (essentially representing the local trade unions) was keen to make people aware of their entitlement.
Facts you should know
National Assistance Act
Prepared on behalf of the Health Services Advisory Committee of Wolverhampton & District Trades Council