- Early 1930s (Creation)
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Martin Thomas Mason was born in Fulham, London  to John Henry Mason, Teacher of Printing , and Edith Martha Rattee . He married Gladys E C Clayden in Wandsworth, London in 1940  and had 5 children.
His uncle, Thomas James Mason, bequeathed him his collection of Syd Simmons’ postcards, a notebook [SHOR-1118066] containing a list of the postcards, and a number of original black and white ink drawings by Karl Salsbury Wood.
He co-authored a book with Kenneth G Farries entitled The Windmills of Surrey and Inner London.
He died in December 1969
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Copy print number 1408 - original photographer unknown.
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