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Looking across newly formed ice with 'Endurance' (1912) on the distant horizon

P19
Historic Photographs

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Object ID P19
Description A view across newly formed ice in a lead with Endurance' (1912), a wooden auxiliary Discovery vessel, on the distant horizon. The ice formation was referred to as 'ice flowers' because of the way that it formed on the water.
Date made Circa spring 1915

Artist/Maker Hurley, James Francis
Place made Weddell Sea, Antarctic
Credit National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Materials Gelatine dry plate
Measurements Overall: 84 mm x 108 mm
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  • Looking across newly formed ice with 'Endurance' (1912) on the distant horizon (P19)
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