Charles Murray, Captain of the ship Alexander Duthie, ca. 1870-1873 / photographer B. C. Boake

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Charles Murray, Captain of the ship Alexander Duthie, ca. 1870-1873 / photographer B. C. Boake

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P1/1214

Record identifier

nQR2y5j1

Charles Murray, Captain of the ship Alexander Duthie, ca. 1870-1873 / photographer B. C. Boake

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Charles Murray, Captain of the ship Alexander Duthie, ca. 1870-1873 / photographer B. C. Boake

Full title

Charles Murray, Captain of the ship Alexander Duthie, ca. 1870-1873 / photographer B. C. Boake

Date

ca. 1870-1873

Call Numbers

P1/1214

Record Identifier

nQR2y5j1
Physical Description

Contents

1 photographic print - 10.4 x 6.3 cm - carte de visite

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Out of copyright : Created before 1955

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Full title

Charles Murray, Captain of the ship Alexander Duthie, ca. 1870-1873 / photographer B. C. Boake

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

Contributing Creator

Photographer's stamp damaged

NOTES

General note

Transferred from P1/Murray, Capt. of the ship "Alexander Duthie" (BM), April 2010

Digital order no:a4359014

Signature / Inscriptions

Murray - Alexr Duthie -- in ink below the photograph

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Administrative / Biographical history

ALEXANDER DUTHIE OF ABERDEEN, CHARLES MURRAY, MASTER, BURTHEN 1158 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF LONDON TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 28 MARCH 1879

Reference: Mariners and Ships in Australian Waters. http://mariners.records.nsw.gov.au/ (accessed April 27, 2010)

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P1/1214

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nQR2y5j1

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892756

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