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Women workers on trams and buses, 1918

This letter from the London and Provincial Union of Licensed Vehicle Workers to Margaret Postgate [later Cole ] at the Fabian Research Department is dated 10 January, 1918. It confirms that women working as conductors, inspectors etc on tramways and bus services have the same hours, wages and war bonus as the men they have replaced, and also that women will lose their jobs at the end of the war. The letter is from the Labour Research Department Archive.

Title Women workers on trams and buses, 1918
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Production Date 1918
Format Letter
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Holding Institution TUC Library Collections, London Metropolitan University
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