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Graesser-Monsanto Chemical Works

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of Ruabon, North Wales - Works and Registered Office. Telephone: Ruabon 3. Telegrams: "Graesanto Ruabon". London Office at 62 London Wall, EC2. Telephone: London Wall 4613. Telegrams: "Graesanto Ave., London" (1922)

of London, EC4. (1929)

1919 Monsanto established its first venture outside the USA forming the joint company Graesser-Monsanto with R. A. Graesser.

1922 British Industries Fair Advert for Phenols and Cresols; Salicylic Acid, Tech. and B.P.; Saccharin-Monsanto; Intermediates; Disinfectants for all Purposes; Acrosyl (British Lysol). (Stand No. A.19) [1]

1928 Monsanto took full ownership of the company and formed Monsanto Chemicals with headquarters in London.

1929 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair - additional late entry. Manufacturers of Carbonic Acid, Pure Phenol, Pure Cresols, Cresylic Acids, Chlor Phenols, "Acrosyl" Salicylic Acid (B.P. and Technical), "Aspirgran", etc. (Stand Nos. K.93 and K.102) [2]

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  1. 1922 British Industries Fair Advert lxxxix; and p32
  2. 1929 British Industries Fair Pink Insert p3
  • [1] Flexsys Presentation