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Hugh Garner Bennett

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Hugh Garner Bennett M.Sc., F.I.C., M.I.Chem.E.

Graduated Leeds University;

1909-21 Chief Chemist and Works Manager to R. Hodgson and Sons.

1922-31 Research Chemist and Technical Adviser to Forestal Land Co., London.

1932-34 Works Manager, Walker, Ltd., Litherland (Tanners)

1934-37 Works Manager, Howroyd McArthur and Co., Aintree, Extract Mfrs.

1939 In business as H. G. Bennett & Co. (Chemical Engineers), 8 Naylor Street, Liverpool, 3, specialists in Industrial Gloves and Cutting Oils. Private address: 19, Coronation Drive, Liverpool, 23.

Books: "The Manufacture of Leather" (Constable & Co.); "Animal Proteins" (Bailliere Tindall & Cox).

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