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1904 Auto-Cycle Union

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Note: This is a sub section of the Auto-Cycle Union

President: Col. H. C. L. Holden, R.A., F.R.S., M.I.E.E. Chairman: Robert Todd, Esq.

Treasurer: C. A. Smith, Esq. Secretary: F. Straight.

Headquarters: 18, Down-street, Piccadilly, London, W.

Telegrams: Automobile, London.

Telephone: 2153 Gerrard.

Representatives on General Committee, Motor Union: Robert Todd, Esq., G. F. Sharp, Esq., and Mervyn O'Gorman, Esq.

Membership: 147.

Subscription: £1 1s.

Established: 1903.

Members of the A.C.G.B. and I. may become members of the Club on payment of an annual subscription of 5s. Membership includes a copy post free of the Automobile Club Journal,



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Sources of Information

  • The Automobile Handbook 1904