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William Henry Booth

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1902.

William Henry Booth of Manchester.

Presumably the W. H. Booth who contributed articles to journals including the American magazine 'Machinery', from which:-

Born in Rochdale. Higher education at Owen's College (Manchester Victoria University). Trained at John Petrie and Co. Worked in Britain, Australia and New Zealand. Professionally involved in combustion engineering. Address in 1907: 25 Queen's Gate, Westminster. [1]

1883 Writes from Manchester

1884 Writes from Lonsdale, Flixton, Manchester and signs as Late P.W.D. New South Wales

1886 Writes from Manchester

1889 Writes from 4 Fenchurch Avenue, E.C.

1891 Writes from the National Liberal Club

1898 Writes from 19 Chatsworth Road, West Norwood

1903 Writes from Queen Anne's Gate, S.W.

1919 Writes from Slough

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Machinery, July 1907