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Waterboat Point, Paradise Bay

Photographer: M.C. Lester (1891-1957). Expedition: British Expedition to Graham Land 1920-22. Date: 1921. Wooden crates, boxes and sacks are stacked on stony ground in front of the wooden base hut, part of which is made from packing cases

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