Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 134,769 pages of information and 213,810 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

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'''Grace's Guide''' is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in the UK. The scope is gradually being extended to include non-UK businesses and biographies. Additions are being made to the information daily by a team of volunteers who give freely of their time and expertise.
 
'''Grace's Guide''' is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in the UK. The scope is gradually being extended to include non-UK businesses and biographies. Additions are being made to the information daily by a team of volunteers who give freely of their time and expertise.
  
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'''Charity.''' Grace’s Guide is a charity and it relies upon donations and sponsors. If you would like to support Grace’s Guide financially in any way please see our [[Support Grace's Guide]] page.
'''Periodicals (available in pdf format)
 
* [[The Autocar (Bound Volumes)|Autocar]] - (1895-1900)
 
* [[Automobile Engineer]] - (1910-1930)
 
* [[Automotor Journal]] - (1896-1907)
 
* [[Light Car and Cyclecar]] (1912-1914)
 
* [[The Engineer (Bound Volumes)|The Engineer]] - (1856-1948)
 
* [[Engineering (Bound Volumes)|Engineering]] (1866-1900)
 
  
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'''Digital Publications available to download<br>
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- [[The Engineer (Bound Volumes)|The Engineer]] - (1856-1930)<br>
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- [[Engineering (Bound Volumes)|Engineering]] - (1866-1900)<br>
 
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<h2>Wanted</h2> We always need early '''magazines, books, directories, photographs''' etc. to help with this project and your contributions are always welcome. Our contact details are [[Contact Us|here]].
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[[The Autocar|The Autocar]] - (1895-1914)<br>
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[[Automobile Engineer]] - (1910-1920)<br>
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[[Automotor Journal]] - (1896-1928)<br>
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[[Light Car and Cyclecar]] - (1912-1914)<br>
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[[The Motor Cycle]] - (1903-1917)<br>
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[[Motor Cycling]] - (1909-1914)<br>
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[[The Motor]] - (1902-1905)<br>
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[[Motor News]] - (1906-1907)<br>
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'''Wanted.''' We always need early '''magazines, books, directories, photographs''' etc. to help with this project and your contributions are always welcome. Our contact details are [[Contact Us|here]].
  
 
We welcome Contributors with a specialist knowledge of industrial subjects that they can share with others through Grace's Guide. Our contact details are [[Contact Us|here]].
 
We welcome Contributors with a specialist knowledge of industrial subjects that they can share with others through Grace's Guide. Our contact details are [[Contact Us|here]].
  
Grace’s Guide is a charity and it relies upon donations and sponsors. If you would like to support Grace’s Guide financially in any way please see our [[Support Grace's Guide]] page.
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'''Copyright.''' You may copy and use any of the content of this site provided you make a clear link on your web site or printed matter to ''''Grace's Guide to British Industrial History'''' as the source of that information. We endeavour to ensure that the information we publish is free of other copyrights but it is essential that you check this for yourself before using. It is never our intention to deliberately infringe the copyright of any other person or organisation. If you have any concerns then please use the 'Contact Us' form and we will investigate and take whatever action is necessary to rectify. As a volunteer organisation and strictly non-profit making our only concern is to preserve information for future generations.
 
 
'''Copyright:''' You may copy and use any of the content of this site provided you make a clear link on your web site or printed matter to ''''Grace's Guide to British Industrial History'''' as the source of that information. We endeavour to ensure that the information we publish is free of other copyrights but it is essential that you check this for yourself before using. It is never our intention to deliberately infringe the copyright of any other person or organisation. If you have any concerns then please use the 'Contact Us' form and we will investigate and take whatever action is necessary to rectify. As a volunteer organisation and strictly non-profit making our only concern is to preserve information for future generations.
 
  
 
'''Grace's Guide Ltd is a charity (No.1154342) for the advancement of education of the history of Industry and Engineering in the UK.'''
 
'''Grace's Guide Ltd is a charity (No.1154342) for the advancement of education of the history of Industry and Engineering in the UK.'''
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Latest revision as of 09:34, 20 October 2019

Welcome to Grace's Guide

Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in the UK. The scope is gradually being extended to include non-UK businesses and biographies. Additions are being made to the information daily by a team of volunteers who give freely of their time and expertise.

Charity. Grace’s Guide is a charity and it relies upon donations and sponsors. If you would like to support Grace’s Guide financially in any way please see our Support Grace's Guide page.

Digital Publications available to download
- The Engineer - (1856-1930)
- Engineering - (1866-1900)

The Autocar - (1895-1914)
Automobile Engineer - (1910-1920)
Automotor Journal - (1896-1928)
Light Car and Cyclecar - (1912-1914)
The Motor Cycle - (1903-1917)
Motor Cycling - (1909-1914)
The Motor - (1902-1905)
Motor News - (1906-1907)

Wanted. We always need early magazines, books, directories, photographs etc. to help with this project and your contributions are always welcome. Our contact details are here.

We welcome Contributors with a specialist knowledge of industrial subjects that they can share with others through Grace's Guide. Our contact details are here.

Copyright. You may copy and use any of the content of this site provided you make a clear link on your web site or printed matter to 'Grace's Guide to British Industrial History' as the source of that information. We endeavour to ensure that the information we publish is free of other copyrights but it is essential that you check this for yourself before using. It is never our intention to deliberately infringe the copyright of any other person or organisation. If you have any concerns then please use the 'Contact Us' form and we will investigate and take whatever action is necessary to rectify. As a volunteer organisation and strictly non-profit making our only concern is to preserve information for future generations.

Grace's Guide Ltd is a charity (No.1154342) for the advancement of education of the history of Industry and Engineering in the UK.