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Kenrick and Jefferson

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March 1919.

1878 John Arthur Kenrick bought the West Bromwich Free Press with the intention of restoring its fortunes; this purchase led to the formation of Kenrick and Jefferson, which became a commercial printer on a large scale.

Up to c.1953 Arthur Wynn Kenrick was joint managing director

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