New South Wales Typographical Association

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Type of entity

Trade union

Authorized form of name

New South Wales Typographical Association

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Other form(s) of name

  • New South Wales Typographical Union

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Description area

Dates of existence

c. 1880 - c. 1917

History

The New South Wales Typographical Association was formed after a series of meetings held in early 1880 and registered under the New South Wales Trade Union Act, 1881, on the 15 June 1882. It had been known as the Sydney Typographical Association until changing its name on 1 January 1882. Prior to its formation in 1880 there had been several similar societies in Sydney, such as the Compositors' Society, the Sydney Typographical Society, and a different N.S.W. Typographical Association. In 1917-1918 the NSW Typographical Association was converted to the New South Wales branch of the Printing Industry Employees' Union of Australia.

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New South Wales

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Functions, occupations and activities

Representation for printers

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Internal structures/genealogy

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Entered from deposit description on 4 December 2012

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Sources

Australian Trade Union Archives, http://www.atua.org.au/biogs/ALE1154b.htm (accessed on 4 December 2012)
Hagan, James. Printers and Politics: A History of the Australian Printing Unions 1850-1950 (Australian National University Press in association with the Printing and Kindred Industries Union, Canberra, 1966)

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