The Story of Huddersfield was written by Roy Brook and first published in 1968 by MacGibbon and Kee Ltd. of London.
The book is made available with the kind permission of the Estate of Roy Brook and may not be reproduced further.
- Unwritten History
- From Domesday Book to the Coming of the Ramsden Family
- From the Break-up of Feudalism in Almondbury to the Huddersfield Market of 1671
- The Origins of the Cloth Industry
- Huddersfield in the Days of John Wesley and Henry Venn
- Rapid Changes in Industry and Transport
- The Age of Defiance
- Town Life in the Early Nineteenth Century
- The End of Cottage Industry
- The Huddersfield Improvement Commissioners and the Coming of the Railways
- The Charter of Incorporation
- The Early Achievements of the Borough Council
- Education from its Beginnings to the School Board
- . To the Early Twentieth Century
- The Second World War and Afterwards
- Local Government and the Public Services
- Music and Entertainment
- The Future
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, Roy Brook, died in 2015 and copyright on his works expires at the end of 2085.