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Truslove and Hanson

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of 153, Oxford Street, W., GB, Sloane Street, and 1, Basil Street, London, S.W.

Booksellers, Publishers and Stationers

Established in 1890 by Joseph Truslove.

Joined in partnership in 1893 by Frank Hanson.

Incorporated as a Limited Company in 1897.

1914 Directors: Joseph Truslove (Chairman and Managing Director), Frank Hanson (Managing Director), W. J. Barwick and Joseph Shaylor. Staff: Ninety. Specialities: Publishers of "Litchfield's Illustrated History of Furniture from the Earliest to the Present Time," "Litchfield's Pottery and Porcelain, a Guide to Collectors," Tounsend's "Embroidery," &c.

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