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Homan and Rodgers

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1881
1899.
February 1908.
November 1909.
April 1916.
September 1916.
February 1921.

Addresses in 1881: 17 Gracechurch Street, London. Manchester office: 10 Marsden Street, Manchester. Works: Millwall (London); Castlefield (Manchester); Enghien (Belgium).

In 1899 they had two factories in Gorton, Manchester (at Oak Street [steel works] and School Street [saw mills]). See advert.

1928 Goad's 1928 Insurance Plan also shows a small factory in Ancoats, Manchester, on the South side of Great Ancoats Street. It was bounded on two sides by Rochdale Canal. Its main neighbour was Brownsfield Mill. The ground area was 150 ft by 70 ft.

1937 Structural engineers.[1]

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