Talk:Thomas Adams (manufacturer and philanthropist)

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This article should not be speedy deleted as having no substantive content, because... it'll be excellent when it's finished!!!!! Thomas Adams was an eminent Victorian entrepreneur and philanthropist, who influenced the history of factory reform. His iconic lace warehouse in Nottingham's Lace Market already has a notable wikipedia entry, and it seems logical to provide additional information on the man who commissioned one of the finest pieces of industrial architecture in the UK.