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Carlisle and Clegg

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1887. Mentioned. '...Henry Carlisle, William Clegg, William Hutchinson Clegg, and George Kirby, trading as Carlisle and Clegg, of 159, Queen Victoria-street, in the city of London, Dealers in Paper Hangings, ...'[1]

1891 Mentioned. '...William Hutchinson Clegg and George Kirby, trading as Carlisle and Clegg, both of 159, Queen Victoria-street, in the city of London, Wholesale Paper Stainers...'[2]

1899 Became part of the Wall Paper Manufacturers Ltd


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