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E. J. Arnold and Son

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Arnold Model KT 149.
Arnold Model KT 149 (Details).

of Butterley Street, Leeds.

Educational stationers, publishers and bookbinders.

1863 Founded in Barnstaple, Devon by Edmund James Arnold.

1870 Company relocated to Leeds.

c1930s? E. J. Arnold and Son Ltd., Butterley St., Leeds, LS10 1AX - makers of barometers, rain gauges, registers/forms, school equipment, thermometers, and thermometer screens.[1]

1939 Mention of the company.[2]

1984 Company still trading at Parkside Lane, Dewsbury Road, Leeds. Member of the Pergamon Press.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Typed donated document - 'Some Sources of Meteorological Instruments and Equipment (date unknown but possibly circa 1930s.)
  2. Leeds Mercury - Wednesday 22 November 1939
  3. Liverpool Echo - Thursday 07 June 1984