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Wild, Knowton, Adams, Marshall, Sears, Marston, Roberts, Priestley, Joyce, SS Runic

Wild, Knowton, Adams, Marshall, Sears, Marston, Roberts, Priestley, Joyce, SS Runic


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Wild, Knowton, Adams, Marshall, Sears, Marston, Roberts, Priestley, Joyce, SS Runic

British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09. Leader: Ernest Shackleton. Group of expedition members on the deck of SS Runic

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