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Hardman and Holden

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September 1909.
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of Manox House, Coleshill Street, Miles Platting, Manchester.

1882 Alfred George Perkin, younger son of William Henry Perkin became chemist at the alizarin works of Hardman and Holden in Manchester.

1888 Perkin became manager of the works

1961 Acquired by Borax[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Feb 24, 1961