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J. H. and S. Johnson

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of Whitechapel, and Church Street, Liverpool, wholesale druggists, manufacturing chemists, oil importers, paint manufacturers, drysalters.

1802 Established by Samuel Johnson.

Partnership later became: Samuel Johnson & Sons, to 1838

1838 Partnership became: John H. Johnson & Samuel Johnson (jun.), to 1871

1871 Partnership became: Samuel Johnson, to 1882.

1882 Partnership as J. H. and S. Johnson

1884 premises rebuilt.

1914 Specialities: Drugs, Chemicals, &c., for Export and Home Trade; Medicines, Oils; Spirits and Lubricants for Motors; Paints of all kinds, White Zinc, White Lead, Red Lead. Are Drug Merchants and Manufacturers of Medicine Chests, Chemicals, Chemical Apparatus, Disinfectants, &c.


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