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C. R. Ford lantern slides of Antarctica.

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  • Description
    PH-1970-8-LS6 (lantern slides)
    Slides used by Mr Ford in his lecture, 1962.
  • Other Number
    PH-1970-8-LS6, PH-CNEG-C15076-C15201
  • Collection area
  • Record richness

Catalogue

  • Catalogue title
    C. R. Ford lantern slides of Antarctica.
  • Identifiers
    • PH-CNEG-C15076-C15201  (Other Number)
    • PH-1970-8-LS6  (Reference Number)
  • Creator
  • Period
  • Description
    PH-1970-8-LS6 (lantern slides) Slides used by Mr Ford in his lecture, 1962.
  • Collection
  • Contains
    7 items in this collection. View all items.
  • Physical description
    89 mm. x 89 mm.
  • Production
    Ford, Charles Reginald, 1880-1972, photographer (Creator)
    Silver gelatin
    Support: Glass
  • Format
  • Subject
  • Associated material
    • R117 Sound recording. To the Antarctic with Scott's first expedition. Institute lecture given by C. R. Ford in 1962.
    • DU 402 .2 F69 C. R. Ford. portrait (in naval uniform).
  • Availability
    • Collection contains multiple items - rights applied at item level  (Copyright)
    • Access by appointment � contact Library  (Access Notes)
  • Citation
    Ford, C. R. (1901-1904) C. R. Ford lantern slides of Antarctica. Auckland War Memorial Museum - Tamaki Paenga Hira. PH-1970-8-LS6.
  • Notes
    • C. R. Ford was Ships Steward (RN) on the Discovery Expedition to the Antarctic 1901-04.
    • C. R. Ford was President of the Auckland Institute and Museum 1938-39.

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