Papers. 1920-1990.

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Maughan Family. Papers.

Papers. 1920-1990.

1. Newspaper cuttings, 1920 re Barton's death; will of Lady Jean Mason Barton, 1923; documents relating to the settlement of the will of Sir Edmund Barton, 1920-23; and a letter to Lady J. Barton from J. Scullin, 27 June 1930 relating to the donation of the Barton Papers to the Commonwealth National Library. 2. Letters to Sir David and Lady Jean Maughan, from J.A. Lyons, A.B. Keith, J. Reynolds, and W.M. Hughes relating to the Barton Papers in the National Library and Mitchell Library, and Maughan's address on the Statute of Westminister. 3. Papers of Barton and Dorothy Maughan, 1957-1990 including correspondence with Sir Harry Gibbs, Ursula and David Ray, the National Library and the Mitchell Library; papers relating to an auction of Barton and other material, 1969; and a file relating to the naming of the Edmund Barton Chambers, Sydney. 4. Copies of lists of Barton Papers held by individuals and repositories. 5. Ann Macintosh papers, 1975-90 relating to Sir Edmund Barton.

14 cm. (1 box)

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Barton, Edmund, 1849-1920

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Sir Edmund Barton (1849-1920) was the first Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Australia, having previously been a leading advocate of Federation and one of the draftsmen of the Australian Constitution. He served as Prime Minister from 1 January 1901 until 23 September 1903, and then resigned to become the senior puisne judge of the newly-established High Court of Australia. From the description of Papers of Sir Edmund Barton [manuscript]. 1827-1940. (Libraries Australia). WorldCa...

Maughan, Jean Alice Lady.

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Maughan, David

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William Barton arrived in New South Wales, 1827, as the first resident secretary and accountant of the Australian Agricultural Company. He resigned in 1832 and became an estate agent and the first stockbroker in Sydney. His son William was a representative of Sheppard and Alger, a Sydney firm, at Major's Creek, New South Wales, c.1852 and another son, Sir Edmund Barton, 1849-1920, became Australia's first Prime Minister. Edmund's daughter, Jean Alice, married Sir David Maughan. Sir D. Maughan, 1...

Macintosh, Ann, 1922-

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Maughan, Barton

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Maughan Family.

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Lady Jean Maughan was the daughter of Sir Edmund Barton and Lady Barton and the mother of David Wilfrid Barton Maughan. Sir David M. Maughan was the co-executor of the Estate of Sir Edmund Barton. Ann Macintosh is the daughter of Sir Edmund's daughter, Leila Stephanie. From the description of Papers. 1920-1990. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 221944411 ...

Great Britain.

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Maughan, Jean Mason Lady.

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