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Factory Rules and Regulations Booklet, 1903
 
   
Factory Rules and Regulations Booklet, 1903
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Brief Description: Booklet of Rules and Regulations in the Reading Factory, front page
Subject Date: 1903
Publisher: Huntley & Palmers
 
Full Description: Initially women spent less time at work than men as their hours were limited to 54 per week by the Factory Acts. However in 1872 the working week for men were also reduced from 58.5 hours a week to 54 hours. This remained the same until 1918 when a 48-hour week was introduced.
 
Collection: Reading University Library
Place: Huntley & Palmers factory, Reading, Berkshire
Dimensions: Height: 20.2cm, Width: 12.8cm
Subject: trade <food mfr>, working life
Content Type: booklet
Location: Reading University Library
Local Ref: HP333a
Unique ID: rm-ru-hp333a~u_004-i-00-000.tif
IPR: Reading University Library
 
 
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