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[The Depot Glen] [picture] / [Charles Sturt]
Bib ID 3022247
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Sturt, Charles, 1795-1869
 
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Description [1844?] 
1 drawing : wash ; 17 x 28.7 cm. (s.m.) 
Notes

Original drawing for the plate facing p.266 in his: Narrative of an expedition into Central Australia. London, 1849. -- Vol. 1.

Inscribed on reverse: No. 5, The Depot Glen in lat. 29.40°S. ... long. 148°E.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-135205402

Subjects Milparinka Region (N.S.W.) -- Pictorial works .  |  Australia, Central -- Discovery and exploration.
Exhibited Exhibited: "Travellers Art", National Library of Australia, 12 June 2003-21 September 2003 

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