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'Victoria Gazette', 1915-1919

The Liverpool Victoria Employees' Union was formed in or before 1910 to promote the interests of employees of the Liverpool Victoria Legal Friendly Society (later the Liverpool Victoria Friendly Society) and to regulate relations between the Society's committee of management and the employees. In 1926 it changed its name to the Liverpool Victoria Workers' Union and in 1965 it became the National Union of Insurance Workers Liverpool Victoria Section.

The 'Victoria Gazette' was the members' bulletin of the Liverpool Victoria Employees' Union and included branch and district news, articles about the insurance industry and current affairs, correspondence and lists of members interested in a transfer.

The Modern Records Centre holds editions of the 'Victoria Gazette' dating from 1915-1987. The first three volumes have been digitised by Find My Past and are available on a paid / subscription basis through their website:

1915-1919 (3 vols.)Link opens in a new window

Front page of Victoria Gazette, September 1917