Item KGFC-1123906 - BBC Interview 1

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BBC Interview 1


  • 5 April 1967 (Creation)

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(20 July 1917 – December 1969)

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Martin Thomas Mason was born in Fulham, London [1] to John Henry Mason, Teacher of Printing [2], and Edith Martha Rattee [3]. He married Gladys E C Clayden in Wandsworth, London in 1940 [4] 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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A photograph of the BBC interview for the publication of Ken Farries and Martin Mason's book on The Windmills of Surrey and Inner London. This photograph was taken at Reigate Heath Mill on Wednesday. It shows Ken Farries, Martin Mason and Charles Skilton

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A higher resolution copy of this image can be made available, subject to a charge. Please see for details. Alternatively, a higher resolution copy can be viewed for free at the Mills Archive; please email to arrange an appointment. This image is licensed to the Mills Archive Trust.

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