Leather Tanning, Fur Dressing and Leather Product Manufacturing

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Operators involved in Leather Tanning, Fur Dressing and Leather Product Manufacturing will have one or a combination of the following activities as the primary activity of their operations: leather or leather substitute bag manufacturing; bleaching and currying fur; currying hides; embossing hides and skins; fellmongery operations; finishing hides and skins; fur rug manufacturing; fur skin dressing or dyeing; handbag manufacturing (including metal mesh handbags); harness manufacturing; japanning hides and skins; industrial leather packing manufacturing; leather or leather substitute machine belting manufacturing; pelt finishing and tanning; pulling sheep and lamb skin; saddle manufacturing; scraping fur and pelt; sheepskin seat cover manufacture; slipe wool manufacturing; suitcase manufacturing (including canvas); tanning hides and skins; leather toy manufacturing; and/or wallet manufacturing (including metal mesh wallets).


Contents

History

The People

Innovations

Legacies

See Also

Leather Bag and Clothing Makers

Leather Dressers

Collar Makers

Curriers

Fellmongers

Furriers

Saddlers

Tanners

Tanneries


TO BE CHECKED AND SORTED

A. Anderson

Anderson & Co.

Ballarat TanneryH. H. Burrington & Co.

S. Book

William Bowen

P. Colquhoun

Andrew Charles Davies

Graham Davies & Co.

Graham Davis & Co.

B. Dawson

George Duke

William Graham

Ralph Greenhalgh & Co.

Greenhalgh Tannery P/L

G. Harley

W. Hewett

C. R. Holmes

J. Kelsall

J. J. Kelsall

Jno. Kelsall Sr.

D. O'Connor

J. Olarenshaw

J. C. Olarenshaw

George Parker

Herman Rehfisch

H. E. Spriggins

John Pearson Stevens

K. J. Strickland, Nolan Street

John Thomas

George Tutton

Vial & Son

Andrew Walker

Notes


References


Further Reading

External Links


--Beth Kicinski 11:18, 30 August 2013 (EST)

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