Nicholls, C. S., editor. The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing Persons. Oxford University Press, 1993.
Women's Trade Union Association
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CB became a founding member of the Women's Trade Union Association ; she served as secretary for several years.
Glage, Liselotte. Clementina Black: A Study in Social History and Literature. Carl Winter, 1981.
An informal alliance was made between the Women's Co-operative Guild and the recently-formed Women's Trade Union Association , a sister organisation of working women.
The Women's Co-operative Guild (WCG) and the Women's Trade Union Association worked to unionize factory girls.
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The Women's Industrial Council was formed in London (with Richard Haldane as President) from the earlier Women's Trade Union Association .
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