HULATT, Henry

Type

Person

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Biographical Text

We have found no certain information about Hulatt. Internal evidence in his paper suggests he was a trades union organiser or agent. It is possible that he came from the Hulatt family, Methodist shoemakers and labourers from Stevington in Bedfordshire. He should not be confused with Henry Hulatt (1875-1936) who was a superintendent with the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway in Canada. 

Original Source

Lecture:
‘What labour can contribute to bring about peace and prosperity’, April 1925, Balliol College

Citation

“HULATT, Henry,” The Rowntree Business Lectures and the Interwar British Management Movement, accessed August 5, 2020, http://rowntree.exeter.ac.uk/items/show/618.