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Esslemont and Macintosh

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of 20 to 24, Union Street, and 1 to 17, Broad Street, Aberdeen.

Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Warehousemen

Established in 1871 by Peter Esslemont (d. 1894) and William Macintosh ( d. 1913).

1914 Present Principals: George Birnie Esslemont, J.P., M.P., James Esslemont, J.P. Premises: Claim to have the most extensive Warehouses in the North of Scotland. Large Wholesale Department and Retail Department, equipped with up-to-date appliances. Staff: About 400. Specialities: General Drapery; the manufacture of Hosiery and Underclothing. Large Wholesale Department. Supply every description of General Drapery and Outfitting in the Retail Department.

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