shows the new factory built by Gross, Sherwood and Heald Ltd, paint makers of Barking (1910), as well as men and women workers at the mill, grinding and mixing paint colours, vanish making, oil boiling and refining, making tin cans and finally labeling and packaging goods. The second includes an aerial view of the factory at Barking, preparations for the staff Christmas party, the staff canteen and then men and women workers on the factory floor (circa. 1910-1950).
Photograph albums of Gross, Sherwood and Heald Ltd, circa. 1910-1950
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 350 BD94
- Dates of Creation[1910 - 1950]
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description2 bound volumes
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Sherwood Paints Ltd (formerly known as Gross, Sherwood and Heald Ltd), built a new paint making factory in Barking in 1910.
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Catalogued by Clare Sexton, Borough Archivist.
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Also see memorandum and articles of assosiation, lists of shareholders, lists of staff bonuses and salaries, plans, as printed ephemera (1894-1950). (Archive reference: ACQ2014/008).