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Leonard Cooper (d.1904)

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Leonard Cooper (d.1904)

1880 Ironmaster, of Park Row, Leeds, stood for election to the Council of the Iron and Steel Institute [1]

1904 Obituary [2]

LEONARD COOPER died on May 29, 1904, at his residence in Park Drive, Harrogate. He occupied a prominent position in the iron and steel trades of the North of England, and was agent for Yorkshire and Lancashire for the Leeds Steelworks Company.

He was a large importer of Continental iron ores, and was on the board of the West Yorkshire Colliery Company, and managing director of the Cooper Patent Anchor Company.

He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1880.

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