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hundred years of Howden engineering

hundred years of Howden engineering

a brief history 1854-1954.

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Written in English


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ContributionsJames Howden and Company Ltd.
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Open LibraryOL20571713M

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A HUNDRED YEARS OF HOWDEN ENGINEERING A gallery of artists’ impressions of a few Howden products taken from the book on the History of the Company with the original captions. Howden-Ljungstrom Air Preheater before installation.

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His first marriage was to Helen Burgess Adams, and his second to Allison Moffat Hay, with whom he had two sons and a daughter. His two wives both predeceased him, and he died in Glasgow in In MayMr James Howden Hume donated to Kelvingrove Museum a painting which is called "Roses" by Louisa Perman (Mrs.

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On the death of Mr James Howden on 21 Novemberour donor, Mr. James Howden Hume became the Chairman of James Howden and Company.

Inat the break of the First World War, the first challenge that our donor Mr. James Howden Hume, as the Chairman of the Company, was to cope with the cancellation of orders from German ship owners. But on 25 Septemberwith William Blackett still in Hong Kong, Charles Howden died at the age of 62 at his home, 35 Rothbury Terrace.

He left £ 3s 3d in his will, a modest sum considering the success of the company he had co-founded more than thirty years earlier.

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