One of sixty-nine black and white and sepia toned photographs in a bound album [six of which are loose] taken by A J Campbell during a Field Naturalists' Club of Victoria scientific expedition to the Furneaux Group of islands, Bass Strait, in November1893.The album also includes a map of the Kent Group of islands in the inside front cover and numerous contemporary newspaper clippings relating to the expedition.

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Edward Stephens, school master, and his family in front of the Cape Barren Island school house and dwelling. One of the three women, possibly Mrs Stephens, is holding a dog on her lap. Another of the women is wearing a bonnet and apron and is possibly the maid for the school teacher's family. Behind the group is a lychgate made of two tree trunks and a fence made of tea-tree branches. Photograph taken by Archibald J. Campbell during an expedition by the Field Naturalists Club of Victoria to the Furneaux Group of islands in November 1893.

Physical Description

Sepia toned photograph mounted on off-white board in bound album with red cloth cover.

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