Members of the Auckland Islands Party of the Sub Antarctic Expedition - Photograph taken by Samuel Page
- November 1907
Members of the Auckland Islands Party of the Sub-Antarctic Expedition:
Bottom row, from left: Edgar R Waite, Dr Leonard Cockayne, Dr William Blaxland Benham, Dr Clinton Coleridge Farr.
Centre row, from left: Mr George Vernon Hudson, Captain Arthur A Dorrien-Smith, H D Cook, Bernard Cracroft Aston, John Smaillie Tennant, Robert Speight.
Back row, from left: Samuel Page, A M Finlayson, G S Collyns, H B North.
Photograph taken in November 1907 by Samuel Page.
Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s).
Physical Description: Silver gelatin print 149 x 202 mm mounted on album page
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- Bollons, John Peter (Captain), 1862-1929 :Album of photographs of scientific expedition to the Sub-Antarctic Islands, November 1907
- 1 b&w original photographic print(s), Photographs, Gelatin silver prints, Group portraits, Silver gelatin print 149 x 202 mm mounted on album page
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