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http://erlangen-crm.org/current/P3_has_note John Logan Campbell met William Brown in 1839 during the voyage to Australia. They met again a few months later in New Zealand forming a business partnership and a lasting friendship. After developing a successful business in Auckland, the partners installed a manager and returned to the northern hemisphere in 1856. With the decline of the business, John Logan Campbell returned to New Zealand in 1871 and bought out Brown's shares in 1873. While the business relationship ended, the friendship continued. Brown died in London on 19 January 1898, a year after his final letter to Campbell (1 January 1897).
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http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/creator Brown, William, ca. 1809-1898
http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/description These letters, numbered 236 - 248 and 275 - 302, plus unnumbered, cover the period when Campbell is recovering from liquidity constraints and realises his wealth. They have not been transcribed. Consequently, any reader would need to consult the originals. Brown's letters, written on poor quality paper, are brittle and shattering. They illustrate Campbell's ongoing relationship with this special lifelong friend - someone whom Campbell both trusts and respects. Also includes letters from William Brown's son Owen, and copies of letters to Waterston, Gibson, Walter Buller, Edward Martin and others.
http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/title Letters from William Brown, England, to John Logan Campbell, 1890 - 1897
http://purl.org/dc/terms/bibliographicCitation Campbell, Sir John Logan. Papers. Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tamaki Paenga Hira. MS-51-62.
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http://schema.org/description These letters, numbered 236 - 248 and 275 - 302, plus unnumbered, cover the period when Campbell is recovering from liquidity constraints and realises his wealth. They have not been transcribed. Consequently, any reader would need to consult the originals. Brown's letters, written on poor quality paper, are brittle and shattering. They illustrate Campbell's ongoing relationship with this special lifelong friend - someone whom Campbell both trusts and respects. Also includes letters from William Brown's son Owen, and copies of letters to Waterston, Gibson, Walter Buller, Edward Martin and others.
http://schema.org/name Letters from William Brown, England, to John Logan Campbell, 1890 - 1897
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