The Huddersfield Industrial Society Limited: Fifty Years of Progress, 1860-1910 was written by Owen Balmforth and published in 1910 by the Co-operative Wholesale Society's Printing Works in Manchester.
Under the terms of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, the copyright of literary, dramatic, musical or artistic works in the United Kingdom expires at the end of the period of 70 years from the end of the calendar year in which the author dies.
The author, Owen Balmforth, died in 1922 and copyright on his works expired at the end of 1992.
- Prefatory Note
- The Dark Days Before it Began
- Earlier Local Efforts in Co-operation
- The Beginnings of our Society
- Resolutions: Interesting, Curious and Prudent
- Early Progress of the Society, 1860-1870
- Progress of the Society, 1871-1880
- Progress of the Society, 1881-1890
- Progress of the Society, 1891-1900
- Progress of the Society, 1901-1910
- Early Education Work, 1860-1892
- The Present Education Dept., 1893-1910
- The Women's Guild
- The Jubilee Celebrations
- Appendix 1: List of Presidents, Vice-Presidents, and Secretaries
- Appendix 2: Directors
- Appendix 3: Present Branch Storekeepers
- Appendix 4: Auditors