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*1911-12 [[Edward Manville|Sir E. Manville]].
 
*1911-12 [[Edward Manville|Sir E. Manville]].
 
*1912-13 [[J. Sealy-Clarke|Col. J. Sealy Clarke]].
 
*1912-13 [[J. Sealy-Clarke|Col. J. Sealy Clarke]].
*1913-14 [[A. Brown]].
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*1913-14 [[Albert Brown|A. Brown]].
 
*1914-15 [[Percival Perry|Sir P. L. D. Perry]].
 
*1914-15 [[Percival Perry|Sir P. L. D. Perry]].
 
*1915-16 [[Percival Perry|Sir P. L. D. Perry]].
 
*1915-16 [[Percival Perry|Sir P. L. D. Perry]].

Latest revision as of 18:19, 10 November 2019

April 1916. Stop List 38.
September 1916. Stop List 41.
February 1921. Mr W. O. Garbutt.
February 1921.
May 1935. Mr H. L. Kenward

of Great Portland St, London W1

Presidents (1911-1935)[1]

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. 1934 Who's Who in the Motor Trade