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David Rosenfield

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1929. Dashboard plaque from Daimler car.
October 1962.

Motor traders. Rover agents. See David Rosenfield (1897-1979)

of 38-42, Peter Street, Manchester (1950'a onward).

1923 Advertisement. David Rosenfield Ltd, 186 Bury New Road, Manchester.[1]

1926 Advertisement. David Rosenfield Ltd, 20 Victoria Street (New City Showroom) and 186 Bury New Road.[2]

1935 Purchased Telsen Electric Co. [3]

1940 David Rosenfield and Henlys. Service Station, Cheetham Hill.[4]

WWII. Repairing aircraft at Barton Aerodrome.

1950 Advertisement. David Rosenfield Ltd, 76 Deansgate, Manchester.[5]

1953 Directors: D. Rosenfield. H. G. Henly. Col. E. H. Kenny. A. G. White. R. G. Chandler. J. F. Slaughter. Secretary: A. H. Hulme. Of Cheetham Hill Road, Manchester.

1955 New premises being built in Peter Street, to replace those bombed in the war. Part of Henlys.[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Thursday 14 June 1923
  2. Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Saturday 04 September 1926
  3. Birmingham’s Industrial Heritage by Ray Shill. Published by Sutton Publishing 2002. ISBN 0-7509-2593-0
  4. Manchester Evening News - Wednesday 17 January 1940
  5. Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Thursday 23 March 1950
  6. Birmingham Daily Gazette - Friday 21 January 1955