Braithwaite, John - Biography

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John (Jack) Braithwaite was born at Dunedin, New Zealand, one of at least 16 children of bookseller Joseph Braithwaite, a mayor of Dunedin, and his wife, Mary Ann Bellett. He was probably registered as Cecil James and born on 3 January 1885. He attended Arthur Street School and later worked with...


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