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In the pride of her youth [the Endurance breasting the Antarctic ice-packs at the outset of the Shackleton expedition, 1914-1916, 2] [picture] / [Frank Hurley]
Bib ID 92670
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Hurley, Frank, 1885-1962
 
Online Versions
Description [between 1910 and 1962] 
1 transparency : glass, b&w ;$c16.3 x 12 cm. + 1 paget plate : col. ; 16.3 x 11.9 cm. 
Series

Hurley negative collection.

Notes

Part of the Hurley negative collection.

Condition of paget plate: colour faded; broken corner.

With inscription "Turned". See PIC FH/1257.

Hurley series: Object.

Other number: [NLA] Z77.

Transparency of the Endurance, FH/1257, scanned with the paget plate in colour.

Subjects Antarctica - Discovery and exploration - Photographs.

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