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c.1907 Claude Grahame-White made a lengthy visit to South Africa, during which he hunted big game. On his return to London he set up a motor-engineering business in Albemarle Street and traded as C. Grahame-White and Co
1911 Formed the Grahame-White Aviation Co to cover his aviation interests, including the aerodromes and developed some aircraft. One of the designers was John Dudley North who would become Boulton and Paul's chief designer.
Later also see Grahame-White Co