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Bob Rae and George Poppleton putting plaster on Bill Hare's damaged wrist, [ca 1958]

Reference Number: PA12-1424-045

Bob Rae, cook (left) and George Poppleton (right) putting plaster on Bill Hare's damaged wrist on Campbell Island. Hare (a mechanic) had damaged the scaphoid bone while cranking the boat motor. Photograph taken in the late 1950s by George Poppleton.

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1 image, related to Philip George Poppleton, Robert Rae, William Hare and First aid in illness and injury - New Zealand - Campbell Island.

Part of:
Photographs of Campbell Island, Reference Number PA12-1424 (24 digitised items)
Poppleton, Philip George :Photographs of Campbell Island, Reference Number PAColl-5545 (104 digitised items)

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