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Scottish Election Ephemera

  • GB 249 T-SEE
  • Collection
  • 1950, 1979 to date

Election literature including campaign leaflets, manifestos and publications produced by political parties for Scottish constituencies. Primarily covering all elections since the first Scottish Parliament election in 1999, there is also a selection of earlier donated material present.

Dallas Carter papers

  • GB 249 OM/471
  • Collection
  • 1999-2003

Records relating to Dallas Carter's undergraduate studies in Politics and Scottish Studies at the University of Strathclyde, including: lecture notebooks; essay submissions with tutors' mark sheets; examination papers; class handbooks.

Carter, Dallas Evelyn, b. 1951, student of the University of Strathclyde

Aldred collection

  • GB 249 SC Aldred
  • Collection
  • 1839-1999

Collection of pamphlets, books and serial publications mainly on anarchism, socialism and alternative politics.

Aldred, Guy Alfred, 1886-1963, socialist journalist

Labour History collection

  • GB 249 SC Labour History
  • Collection
  • 1890-2002

Collection of works on socialism and left wing politics.

Includes microfilm copies of:

  • Scottish Trades Union Congress minutes, 1897-1951
  • Scottish Trades Union Congress annual reports, 1897-1931
  • Hamilton Labour Party records, 1918-1951
  • Labour politics in Glasgow, 1894-1951
  • Glasgow Trades Council minutes and annual reports, 1858-1951
  • Scottish women's suffrage movement, 1902-1933

University of Strathclyde | Library

Oral history project on the changing work identity of Govan's shipbuilders c. 1960-2016

  • GB 249 SOHC 33
  • Collection
  • August - October 2016

Oral history project conducted in 2016 by Rory Stride as research for his undergraduate history dissertation, ‘“Proud to be a Clyde shipbuilder. Clyde built”: The changing work identity of Govan’s shipbuilders, c.1960-present.’ The collection comprises interviews with seven men who were employed as shipbuilders between c.1960 and 2016 at Govan’s three shipyards: Alexander Stephen and Sons, Fairfield’s, and Harland and Wolff. The interviews were conducted in a variety of places across Glasgow. The interview questions were semi-structured and largely directed by the responses of the participants. Topics discussed include trade unions, working conditions, occupational injury, masculinity, politics, staff camaraderie, redundancy and periods of employment at different companies. There is a focus throughout the interviews on indicators and expression of masculine identity including alcohol consumption, paid employment and macho attitudes in the yards. The interviews also cover the workers' interactions with the trade union movement, focusing on their experiences of strike action. In addition, some of the key episodes in the Clyde’s shipbuilding history during the twentieth century are covered including: the closure of Harland and Wolff; the closure of Alexander Stephen and Sons; the Norwegian company Kvaerner’s takeover of the Fairfield yard from British Shipbuilders in 1988 and the withdrawal of Kvaerner from Govan in 1999 which threatened the existence of shipbuilding on the Clyde heading in to the twenty-first century.

Stride, Rory, fl. 2016, student at University of Strathclyde