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Author Bryant & May (Vic.), issuing body

Title Making little things in a big way / with the compliments of Bryant & May
Published R̜ichmond, Vic. : Bryant & May, 1̜93-?
Richmond, Melbourne : Bryant & May, [1930?]


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Description 20 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 13 x 17 cm
Analysis Australian
Notes Comprises photographs of the company's Richmond factory and workforce
Cover title
The Bryant and May located in the Cremorne area of Richmond in Melbourne, was the most popular brand of matches through much of the 20th century in Australia. The company adopted the brand name Redheads in 1946. It also notable for operating as a model factory, providing workers with conditions and amenities which even today seem generous. These included a dining hall and sports facilities such as a tennis court and bowling green which were constructed in the 1920s. Bryant and May ceased Australian match manufacture in the early 1980s. --Adapted from,_Melbourne, 19/7/2017
Subject Bryant & May (Vic.)
Match industry -- Australia -- Melbourne (Vic.) -- History.