Hochstetter icefall

Hochstetter icefall
ca 1937

View looking up the Hochstetter Glacier towards the Grand Plateau, showing in the background Mounts Silberhorn, Tasman, Glacier Dome and Dixon, taken ca 1937 by John Dobree Pascoe. The routes taken by Pascoe on 27 December 1936 and 2 January 1937, and by Chief Guide Mick Bowie, have been marked on the print.

Inscriptions: Album page - above image - Silberhorn, Tasman, Glacier Dome, Tasman; Album page - beneath image - Hochstetter icefall (left: red dots over 2/1/37 route, black [dots] over Bowie's routes; right: red [dots] over 27/12/36 route)

Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s).

Physical Description: Silver gelatin print 70 x 130 mm mounted on album page

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Pascoe, John Dobree, 1908-1972 :Photographic albums, prints and negatives / Pascoe album 5
1 b&w original photographic print(s), Photographs, Landscape photographs, Silver gelatin print 70 x 130 mm mounted on album page
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Hochstetter icefall. Pascoe, John Dobree, 1908-1972 :Photographic albums, prints and negatives. Ref: PA1-o-410-016-2. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/23181497

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