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Copies of two essays written by Bernard Ramm bound together as a spiral bound booklet. The essays relate to the development of the company and its management from the 1950s to 1980s.
The two essays are:
"Sainsbury's in The 1950's and 60's" dated November 1978, which was intended to supplement the book "JS 100" about Sainsbury's history, and discusses the management of the company (including the people involved) and developments during this period. Includes information about post-war restrictions such as customer registration, the expansion of the company, the principles by which the company was run, regular management meetings, pricing, window displays, difficulties with the Blackfriars depot and factory for the expanding company, new depots, the administration of the company, and the Sainsbury family.
"Sainsbury's - The Fourth Generation" dated July 1980, about the development of the company after John Davan Sainsbury took over as Chairman in 1969, the management style of the company and new Chairman, the engagement of consultant Ned Harwell to introduce a new system of supplying the shops, flotation of the company on the stock market, financial systems, the pension scheme, changes to the senior management, diversification, and design.
Service agreements for the following directors and senior managers:
Dino Baia Adriano (1991)
John Edwin Adshead (1989)
Joseph Harrey George Barnes (1972)
David John Clapham (1993)
R.A Clark (1979)
Robert Cooper (1988 and 1992)
Ian David Coull (1988 and 1991)
Colin Iavan Harvey (1991)
Gurth Christian Hoyer Millar (1967 and 1972)
Ernest Roy Griffiths (1972)
David Anthony Quarmby (1984 and 1992)
Bernard Theodore Ramm (1965 and 1972)
Frederick William Salisbury (1953 and 1962)
Peter Arthur Cannon Snow (1972)
Rosemary Thorne (1992)
Arthur Samuel Trask (1965 and 1973)
Norman Charles Turner ( 1944, 1953 and 1965)
Rudolph Thomas Vyner (1978)
Robin Peter Whitbread (1991)
Keith Charles Worrall (1986 and 1992)
p2&3: Ewan Davidson manager corporate finance, Steve Bradbury manager financial appraisal; supply control moves; Tesco; Women's Own charity campaign raising money for 'Together for Children'; supermarket news; p4: concentrated butter for cooking; Nine Elms site, New Covent Garden; p5: long life melon; p6: AGM profit sharing; p7: agriculture minister Peter Walker visited Putney and Wandsworth stores; p8&9: JS complaints officer Derek Lockwood, return of substandard goods; p10: DJ breaks world record for longest time on air, 52hours; p11-13: Go Karting; p14-15: "Win a kid's ransom" for year of the child competition; p16: your letters; p18: family day; p19: Bernard Ramm retirement from board of directors; p21: people pages; p22: George Horton from Boscombe; p23: Harry Stone retirement as Romford area engineer; p24: "The customer comes first" staff going to war, managers taking part in exemption scheme.
Notes taken from a talk on Sainsbury's transition from purchase tax to VAT given by Mr B. T. Ramm.
Draft copies of contracts to be signed by the Sainsbury family directors (Mr Simon David Davan Sainsbury, Mr John Davan Sainsbury, Mr Timothy Alan Davan Sainsbury and Mr David John Sainsbury) and Mr Bernard Theodore Ramm as part of the flotation of J. Sainsbury Ltd. on the London Stock Exchange in 1973. Also includes correspondence relating to the contracts, an Extraordinary General Meeting called to discuss them, and the retirement of directors.
Includes study entitled 'Site Evaluation for Supermarkets' by General Design of Belgium exploring the elements involved in choosing a site for a perimeter supermarket; notes by G. T. Ramm on the paper; evaluation notes on individual stores and half completed market studies on individual stores
Mr R.J. writes on the occasion of Mr Alan becoming a life peer p.2;
tribute to Mr F.W. Salisbury on his retirement (with photographs) pp.3-7;
Mr Timothy and Mr B.T. Ramm (with photographs) p.8;
openings of new self-service branches in: Maidstone (with photographs) p.9, Boreham Wood (with photographs) p.10, Cowley (with photographs) p.11, Bedford (with photographs) pp.12-13, Walthamstow (with photographs) pp.14-15, and Hoddesdon (with photographs) pp.14-15;
bringing Dutch butter from the Dairy to Blackfriars [head office] (with photographs) pp.22-27;
Griffin Report: Darts and summer sports p.29;
1921 photograph of New Malden branch p.29;
football Cup Finals (with photographs) pp.30-31;
J.S. Veterans (with photographs) pp.32-33;
New Malden dance (with photographs) p.34;
Derby Dinner and Dance (with photographs) p.35;
J.S. Factory Engineers Dinner and Dance (with photographs) on backpage.
panic buying, road haulage dispute, food storages pp.1-2;
Christmas trading p.2;
Boardroom changes, directors, Simon Sainsbury, Bernard Ramm, Angus Clark p.3;
Ruislip branch, water damage, flooding p.3;
Dino Adriano, Bob Cooper, Institute of Grocery Distribution p.4;
staff shop, Stamford House [head office] p.4;
Discount '79, offers, price cuts p.5;
store hygiene, cleanliness pp.8-8;
yoghurt, trial of new flavours p.9;
40 Year Club lunch p.10;
veterans, support group pp.18-19;
Phil Crook p.21;
archive, meat carving; building programme, store development p.24.