27 volumes, 14 box files, 4 loose pamphlets
A democratic organisation encompassing Jewish traders, industrialists and professional men. The Trades Advisory Council was established in 1938 to advise the Board of Deputies of British Jews. It aimed to strengthen goodwill in industry and commerce, concerning itself especially with removing friction between Jewish and non-Jewish manufacturers, merchants and traders.
Special Collections holds the councils archives to 1983, comprising papers created by the organisation and other material relating to its concearns.
Draft handlist available.