Deposit Z610 - Vehicle Builders Employees Federation of Australia, Federal Office deposit

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AU NBAC Z610

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Vehicle Builders Employees Federation of Australia, Federal Office deposit

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  • 1948 - 1993 (Creation)

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1.35 m

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(1917 - 1993)

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The Vehicle Builders Employees Federation of Australia, originally known as the Coach-Makers' Society, was registered in 1917 as the Australian Coach Motor Car Tram Car Waggon Builders Wheelwrights and Rolling Stock Makers Employees' Federation. In 1930 it was registered again as the Australian Coach Motor Car Tram Car Waggon Builders Wheelwrights & Air Craft Rolling Stock Makers Employees' Federation and in 1938 became known as the Vehicle Builders Employees' Federation. The Union operated until 1993 when it amalgamated with the Metals and Engineering Workers' Union to form the Automotive Metals and Engineering Union.

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Minutes and agenda papers of federal council meetings, minutes of federal executive meetings, financial records, 1993 National Conference papers of successor the Automotive Metals and Engineering Union, Vehicle Division.

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Entered from deposit description on 18 March 2013

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