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of 3 Soho Square, London; works in Leeds, maker of reflex cameras, cinematograph projectors, binoculars and scientific projectors.
1887 Abraham Kershaw of Brow Mill, Clayton, Bradford, were makers of Reeds and Healds for weaving textile fabrics. (is this the same business?)
1888 Abram Kershaw established his business of electrical and scientific instruments in Leeds: Abram Kershaw and Sons
c.1910 Started making Kalee cinema projectors.
1922 British Industries Fair Advert for the Kalee-Indomitable, World's Finest Cinematograph Projector. (Stand No. G. 61h)