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Transcripts of interviews titled "The Early Days of Consumers' Association", 1989

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/YUNG 10/1

Scope and Contents

Sub-titled "Interviews With CA's Founders And Those Who Carried On Their Work" and comprising transcripts of interviews with the founders and other key figures in the history of the Consumers' Association, including an interview with Michael Young.
Other interviewees comprise: Dorothy Goodman; Eirlys Roberts; Elizabeth Ackroyd; Gerald Bailey; James Douglas; Peter Goldman; Maurice Healy; Jennifer Jenkins; Alastair Macgeorge; Rosemary McRobert; Joan Meier-New; Jeremy Mitchell; Michael Rubinstein; Maxi Alexander; and Edith Rudinger.
The interviews were carried out by Joyce Epstein in 1984-5 and published by the Research Institute for Consumer Affairs in 1989.
With a receipt for a grant of £100 from the Elmgrant Trust to the Institute of Community Studies, 7 January 1957.


Dates

  • 1989

Extent

1 file(s)

Language of Materials

English

Finding aid date

2004-06-25 15:26:13+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Churchill Archives Centre Repository

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