[Expeditions To The Furneaux Group Of Islands, Bass Strait]. A J. Campbell, 1853–1929 Aust.
[Expeditions To The Furneaux Group Of Islands, Bass Strait]
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[Expeditions To The Furneaux Group Of Islands, Bass Strait]

1890–1893. Thirteen (13) printout paper photographs, cabinet card format, most captioned, annotated and dated in ink and pencil on backing verso, 10.6 x 13.7cm to 10.9 x 15cm. Slight discolouration, some with chips to edges, all laid down on original backing.

Ten photographs from this group are from the 1893 expedition undertaken by the Field Naturalists Club of Victoria who sent six men to the Furneaux Group for their annual camp-out. This expedition was led by Joseph Gabriel and included ornithologist and photographer Archibald James Campbell. The findings were published in The Victorian Naturalist, vol. X, no. 10, pp167–184. Also included are three photographs of the Kent Group of islands in the Bass Strait from an expedition in 1890. Ref: Museum Victoria. A detailed list is available on request.

The Furneaux and Kent Groups consists of approximately 100 islands located in Bass Strait between Victoria and Tasmania. Navigators Matthew Flinders and George Bass were the first Westerners to explore the islands. Ref: Wiki.

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Item #CL198-35

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