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http://erlangen-crm.org/current/P3_has_note William Mason (1810-1897) and Thomas Paton (1815-1901) were notable early Auckland settlers who entered into a brief partnership as auctioneers and architects for several years during the early 1840s. Mason, who was already an accomplished architect before his arrival in New Zealand, is credited with designing the former government house in Auckland and St Matthew's Church in Dunedin. He designed and built Auckland's first flour windmill, 'Eden Mill' (later known as Bycroft's Mill), at Mt Eden in 1844, as well as his friend Paton's family homestead at Eden Hill Farm, Epsom. Mason was also one of the promoters and early proprietors of one of New Zealand's early newspapers, the New Zealand Herald, and later became Dunedin's first mayor in 1865. Mason and Paton were avid land speculators, and through this activity amassed significant land holdings in the Auckland area. They dissolved their partnership in 1844 to pursue separate farming and business interests.
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http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/description Account book (38 cm) for the firm of Mason and Paton, Auckland, covering the period from 5 August to 12 November 1841. Pasted onto the inside front cover and first page are newspaper cuttings relating to the death and estate of the last surviving member of the original Paton family, Mary Anne [McFarlane] Paton (1857-1955). [FRAGILE]
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http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/title Account book
http://purl.org/dc/terms/bibliographicCitation Mason and Paton (Firm). Account book, 1841. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library. MS-2005/2.
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http://schema.org/description Account book (38 cm) for the firm of Mason and Paton, Auckland, covering the period from 5 August to 12 November 1841. Pasted onto the inside front cover and first page are newspaper cuttings relating to the death and estate of the last surviving member of the original Paton family, Mary Anne [McFarlane] Paton (1857-1955). [FRAGILE]
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