|Bangor Borough/ North Down Borough Council Records
|[Original Directory] Staff of the Women's History Project constructed an outline list of material held. It must be remembered that due to time constraints not all items in this repository were examined individually. [New Comment] These records may not survive. Please contact the North Down Museum for further details.
4 bound volumes labelled 'Doomsday Books' arranged alphabetically by subject with an index of the minutes of Bangor Borough Council, County Down and its associated committees, 1945-1952:
Volume 1: Includes the minutes of Bangor Antenatal Clinic; the minutes of the Maternity and Child Welfare Sub-Committee, including the appointment of and salaries paid to health visitors and antenatal nurses and reports from the borough health visitors; information on infant mortality; cases of infectious diseases reported in the borough; details of housing schemes, including houses unfit for human habitation; meals and milk for school children; the organisation of a local baby show; immunisation against diphtheria; information on war bonuses; municipal and parliamentary elections; the application of the Factory and Workshop Act; health education; advertisements for lady clerks; details on the resignation of female staff in council employ and the employment of ex-service women and letters from the Women's Voluntary Services Association, January 1945-December 1946.
Volume 2: Contents similar to those mentioned above as well as information relating to an outbreak of typhus; the training of health visitors and an epidemic of infantile paralysis, January 1947-December 1948.
Volume 3: Contents similar to those listed above, January 1949-December 1950.
Volume 4: Contents similar to those listed above, January 1951-December 1952.
Enquiring after these records in 2022 we were informed that these records may not survive. Please contact the North Down Museum for further details.
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|Staff of the Women's History Project constructed an outline list of material held. It must be remembered that due to time constraints not all items in this repository were examined individually.