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Steinhart, Vogel and Cloud

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Consulting engineers and metallurgists, of London

The partnership of Dr Oscar Julian Steinhart, Julius L. F. Vogel and Thomas Charles Cloud

1905 "O. J. Steinhart, Ph.D., F.C.S., and J. L. F. Vogel M.I.E.E., M.I.M.M., hitherto carrying on business as Steinhart and Vogel,...... of South Australia, to amalgamate their business, and in future the joint firm will be known as Steinhart, Vogel & Cloud."[1]

1905 "Mr. T. C. Cloud has entered into partnership with Dr. O. J. Steinhart and Mr. Julius L. F. Vogel. Messrs. Steinhart, Vogel and Cloud's address is No. .. Lloyd's avenue, Fenchurch street, E. C., London, and Highfield Works, Feltham."[2]

c.1906 At this time Steinhart, Vogel, and Cloud operated a laboratory in the accumulator works of Pritchetts and Gold.

1908 "Dissolved by mutual consent. T. C. Cloud continues to practise as a specialist in copper smelting. He is consulting metallurgist to Elliotts. J. L. F. Vogel is taking up the management of a tungsten works in the North of England"[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Electrician, 54, Page 982
  2. Engineering and Mining Journal, 79, Page 787
  3. Mining and Scientific Press,96, Issue 2481 - Page 179