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G. and A. Harvey

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1893. Plate-Drilling Machine at the Fairfield Engineering Works.
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Machine makers and millwrights of Albion Works, Govan, Glasgow.

1857 Business established

1937 The Scottish Machine Tool Corporation was formed by amalgamation of: James Bennie and Sons Ltd., G. and A. Harvey, Glasgow; Loudon Brothers Ltd, Johnstone; Craig and Donald Ltd, Johnstone; and James Allan Senior and Sons Ltd, Glasgow; all retained their separate autonomy, even though they had amalgamated. [1] [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1]Archives Hub - Records of James Bennie & Sons Ltd
  2. The Times, Mar 18, 1937