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Registered Office: Royal London House, 14, Finsbury Square, London, E.C.
Established in 1906.
Incorporated as a Limited Company by Guarantee in 1907.
1914 President: John S. Brown (Brown Bros., Ltd.): Acting Vice-President: Arthur W. George, Vice-Presidents: J. Scott Balfour, J.P., Charles Churchill, W. Bernard Fletcher, Edward Le Bas, W. Morton Johnson, Richard Gibson and Oswald Nettlefold. • Hon. Treasurer: Fredk. A. Harrison. Hon. Secretary: James Keeves. Secretary: Reginald Cooper. Business: For the mutual protection of the Wholesale Hardware and Allied Trades throughout the United Kingdom, and formed to advance the common interest of such firms by united action. Also combining Trade Protection, the Status and Debt Departments of which are strictly under the control of a salaried Secretary.