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The sun's rays, Sidney Herbert Bay & Joinville Land, South Pole, Feb. 10, 1902 [picture] / sketched on the spot by Frank Wilbert Stokes
Bib ID 415266
Format PicturePicture
Author
Stokes, Frank Wilbert
 
Description 1902 Feb. 10 
1 watercolour ; 14.8 x 19.3 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK9529.

Notes

"Seal on an ice floe".

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK9529.

Title from inscription bot.c.

T2498.

Subjects Sea ice -- Antarctica -- Joinville Island.  |  Joinville Island (Antarctica)  |  Picture -- Antarctica.

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