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Dundee and the Empire'Juteopolis' 1850-1939$

Jim Tomlinson

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780748686148

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2015

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748686148.001.0001

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Dundee and the Empire
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Edinburgh University Press

Archival sources

Abertay University Dundee: ‘Technical College Register’ 1909–1925.

Churchill Archive: Churchill College, University of Cambridge, Churchill papers.

Dundee City Archives: Dundee and District Union of Jute and Flax Workers; Dundee Chamber of Commerce.

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Dundee University Archives: Low and Bonar papers; Jute Industries/Sidlaw's papers, Association of Jute Spinners and Manufacturers papers; W. Duncan ‘Co-operation in Dundee’ (Dundee, 1979, but written 1940–2); O. Graham, ‘The Dundee jute industry 1828–1928’ unpublished manuscript, Dundee, 1929; D. Lennox ‘Working class life in Dundee for 25 years 1878 to 1903’ unpublished manuscript, St Andrews, 1928.

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