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of Luton, Beds; and Bradford, Yorks (1922)
of Kingsway, Luton, Beds (1947)
1906 January. Plans. New offices and stores, Laporte Chemical Works, St Annes Road, Luton.
1907 Company incorporated
1918 November. Plans. New railway warehouse at the Laporte Chemical Works.
1918 Plans re proposed formic acid production plant on an existing site; including detailed illustration of an acid condenser and layout of new plant machinery. B. Laporte Chemical Works, Spencer Road.
1919 Plans and elevation for new peroxide building, Kingsway, Luton. 
1922 British Industries Fair Advert for Barium Peroxide, Sodium Sulphide, Blanc-Fixe (Pulp and Dry), Formic Acid, Hydrogen Peroxide, Sodium Perborate. (Stand No. A.21) 
1947 British Industries Fair Advert for Industrial and Fine Chemicals: Hydrogen Peroxide, Sodium Percarbonate, Sodium Perborate, Blanc Fixe, Barium Carbonate, Barium Sulphate, X-Ray, Barium Compounds, Barytes, Persulphates, Persalts, Sodium Sulphide, Sodium Acid Phosphates, Sulphonated Fatty Alcohols, Alkaline Cleaners, Iron Sulphate. (Chemicals etc. Section - Olympia, Ground Floor, Stand No. A.1027) 
1948 Conversion of old garage into new Genoxide plant. Corner of Frederick Street and Old Bedford Road, Luton.