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 November 1893.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.

Description of Content

Indigenous islanders mutton-birding on Chappell Island, Bass Strait. The group - men, women and children - are standing in front of several huge granite boulders. One of the men in the front row is holding a dog.

Physical Description

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

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