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Alderman Thomas Waterhouse (1878–1961)

© the artist's estate. Photo credit: Flintshire Museums Service

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Thomas Waterhouse (1878–1961), was an industrialist and public figure. He was born at Holywell, Flintshire and was successively manager, director and chairman of Holywell Textile Mills. By 1919 he was elected onto Flintshire County Council and became an alderman in 1931. In 1945 he was appointed a CBE.

Buckley Library, Museum and Gallery





oil on canvas


H 124 x W 103 cm

Accession number

FLIMS 2007.67

Acquisition method

commissioned by Flintshire County Council

Work type



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Buckley Library, Museum and Gallery

The Precinct, Buckley, Flintshire (Sir y Fflint) CH7 2EF Wales

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