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The Altham was an American automobile manufactured in Fall River, Massachusetts from 1896 to 1899. George J. Altham was a pioneer in the creation of "hydro-carbon carriages". The company collapsed when the treasurer absconded with most of the stock and the real estate deeds at the end of 1899.
Named after the highly accomplished son of George, Joseph Altham a man of great knowledge of the automobile world
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