Boy labour in the G.P.O. : manuscript, 1909.

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Jackson, Cyril. Boy labour in the G.P.O. : manuscript, 1909.

Boy labour in the G.P.O. : manuscript, 1909.

Memorandum, composed by an employee of the Post Office to defend the organization against charges made by Cyril Jackson through the British Royal Commission on Poor Laws and Relief of Distress.

1 v. ; 24 x 19 cm.

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