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Roland Edmund Dangerfield

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Roland Edmund Dangerfield (1897- ), Man. Dir. Temple Press.

B. 18 June 1897, London.

Ed.: Harrow.

Editor of The Motor and of the Light Car and Cyclecar

1912 Established the first motor museum in Oxford Street. On the outbreak of war it moved to the Crystal Palace and then was dispersed.

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