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Oliver H. White

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1904 WHITE, Oliver H., The Mount, Helsley, Cheshire. Car: 1.75 h.p. Minerva bicycle. Total distance, many thousands of miles has motored for six years. Hobbies: Photography, chemistry, electrical engineering. Has been connected officially with motor trials during the past five years. Assisted officially at the Gordon Bennett race in Ireland, and the Southport Speed Trials. Is an electrical expert in regard to automobiles, and attributes many of the failures on motor-cars to faulty electrical apparatus. Is the North Cheshire correspondent for the Motor Union. Clubs: Chester, Widnes Photographic, L.S.P.T.A. [1]

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  1. Motoring Annual and Motorist’s Year Book 1904