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William E. Moss

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1903.

William E. Moss (1875- )


1903 Bio Note [1]

MOSS, WILLIAM E.- Born in 1875, and educated at Rugby and Trinity College, Oxford, Mr. William E. Moss studied chemistry and graduated in 1898 with second class honours. He is a Lieutenant in the 4th Lancashire R.G.A. Volunteers.

He is a member of the Chemical Society, and has recently succeeded Mr. Shrapnel E. Smith as Secretary of the L.S.P.T.A. He is a cotton merchant, and follows literary and scientific pursuits, amongst his pastimes being photography and mountaineering. He has made the study of motor literature a speciality. His first car was a Baby Peugeot.



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Sources of Information

  1. 1903/02/26 Automobile Club Journal