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Howes and Ewell

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of Silver Creek, New York

London office: 16 Mark Lane.

Makers of EUREKA wheat cleaning machinery, SILVER CREEK flour packing machinery, magnetic separators, bolting cloths, mill furnishing in general[1]

Previously traded as Howes, Babcock and Co, with a 'Branch House' at 75 Aldermanbury, London. Directors: S. Howes, A. Babcock, N. Babcock, C. Ewell. Makers of EUREKA smut and separating machines, and mill furnishing in general[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1885 Letterhead
  2. 1875 Letterhead