W.H. Cook, Limited

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W.H. Cook Ltd. were printers (lithographic & letterpress) and manufacturing stationers of Market Place, Huddersfield.

The business was established by stationer William Henry Cook (c.1848-1908)[1] of Liverpool, who was residing at 72 Trinity Street at the time of the 1901 Census.

According to a letterhead of 1909, the company specialised in sketching and engraving views of mills.


Manchester Courier (18/Jun/1908)

Mr. William Henry Cooke, who died yesterday, at St. Annes-on-Sea, aged sixty, was one of the best known business men in Huddersfield. A native of Liverpool, he was for many years a member of the Huddersfield Corporation. He was also a Freemason and a Past Master of his Lodge.

Notes and References

  1. He married Mary Maria Booth of Netherton in 1878.