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McLintock, Alexander Hare, 1903-1969 :[Sketch showing details of earliest ascents of Mount Cook, 1882-1894]

Reference Number: A-258-023

Mount Cook, with the points near the summit marked, showing the successive attemps by Mannering (1890 - the lowest point); William Spottswood Green (1882 - the central point) and Fyfe in 1894 (the summit). The peak on the right is Mount Dampier, with Green's saddle lying between it and Mount Cook. Fyfe's party reached the summit via Green's saddle, coming from the Hooker Glacier, which is on the far side of the mountain, out of sight in this view

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings, related to Alexander Hare McLintock, George Edward Mannering, Rev William Spotswood Green, Thomas Camperdown Fyfe, Dampier, Mount, Aoraki and Mountaineering.

Part of:
McLintock, Alexander Hare, 1903-1968 :[Making New Zealand ; originals for illustrations / A H McLintock and Paul Pascoe]. - [1939?], Reference Number A-258-001/036 (2 digitised items)

Extent: 1 drawing(s)Ink on card, 210 x 135 mm. Single art work

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Other copies available: File PrintIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-008385)

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