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Reference A/FWA
Covering dates 1843 - 1965
Held by London Metropolitan Archives
Extent Over 2000 files
Conditions of access All records of the F.W.A. which are less than 60 years old, with the exception of annual reports and other publications, are closed to public consultation unless written permission for access is obtained from the Director of the Family Welfare Association.

Folder icon  AREA 5 WANDSWORTH  A/FWA/WA  [n.d.]

These documents are held at London Metropolitan Archives

The minute books have all been damaged by damp.

Archival history:
The records were deposited by Area 5 on 16 June 1970 (Ac. 70.53)

Administrative history:
The Battersea and Wandsworth and Putney Committees of the F.W.A. were amalgamated in October-November 1949 to form Area 9. In 1953 it was renamed Area 5 after the original Area 5 (Bethnal Green, Shoreditch, Hackney and Stoke Newington) had been amalgamated with Area 4.

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