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Hartley and Sugden

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January 1902.
December 1907. White Rose Boiler.
February 1908. White Rose Boiler.
Dec 1921.
May 1928. Thermostove.
February 1931.
1938. "White Rose".
September 1950. White Rose Stoker.
October 1952.

of Atlas and Premier Works, Halifax; White Rose, Boiler Works, Halifax.

1867 Company founded.

1878 Public company.

1914 Manufacturers of Wrought-Welded Cast Iron Sectional and Riveted Boilers. Specialities: Welded Iron Boilers for Hot Water and Steam Heating, Cast Iron Sectional Boilers for Hot Water Heating Apparatus. Employees 300. [1]

1961 Boiler manufacturers. 280 employees. [2]

By 1969 was a subsidiary of F. Francis and Sons

1973 Sold to Midland Aluminium[3]

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