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Harold Alexandre Blackwell

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Harold Alexandre Blackwell (1872-1962)

1922 Metallurgist; Chairman and Man. Dir. of George G. Blackwell, Sons and Co., Ltd., Blackwell's Metallurgical Works, Ltd., The British Thermit Co., Ltd.; b. 1872; s. of (late) George Grove Blackwell. Ed. Private Schs. and in France. Career: Development of Metallurgical Industries in England, France and Italy, especially in the manufacture of Ferro-Tungsten and Ferro-Alloys generally. Clubs: R.A.C., London; Conservative, Liverpool. Address: The Albany, Liverpool. T. A.: "Blackwell, Liverpool." T. N.: 952 and 959.

1962 Obituary [1]

...of Blackwell's Metallurgical Works, Garston, Liverpool...

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