Hut on Campbell Island with three unidentified men
Hut on Campbell Island with three unidentified men, 1888. Possibly the provision depot for the shipwrecked at Tucker Point. Photograph taken by William Dougall.
Note on back of file print reads: "From Ian Kerr's History of Campbell Is. this is referred to as Campbell Is - 'Dougalls visit to the Southern Islands ca 1888' possibly 'Provision depot for the shipwrecked at Tucker Point' see N Judd letter 6/3, 4 Feb, 1892.
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