Mountain lilies, Jack Clark, and an ice cave., 1895
Reference Number: PA1-q-137-12
Left hand photograph (PA1-q-137-12-1) shows a bunch of Mount Cook lilies (Ranunculus Lyalli) in a vase. A note states that this photograph was taken at the Hermitage, Mount CookMiddle photograph (PA1-q-137-12-2) is a portrait of Jack Clark taken just after he, George Graham, and Tom Fyfe had climbed Mount Cook reaching the summit on 12 December, 1895.Right hand photograph (PA1-q-137-12-3) shows the interior of an ice cave looking towards the entrance from inside
Kinsey album, Reference Number PA1-q-137 (39 digitised items)
Kinsey, Joseph James (Sir), 1852-1936 :Photographs relating to Antarctica and mountaineering, Reference Number PAColl-5011 (144 digitised items)
Extent: 3 b&w original photographic print(s)Three silver gelatin photographic prints mounted on album page 360 x 260 mm (page size). Photographs
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