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Dundonald wreck, coracle

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View of three men standing at the site, on the shoreline, where some of the remains of the Dundonald Steamer wreck is located. Charles Eyre to the left of the of the coracle frame and John Gratton to the right. Unknown on far right.

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  • Title

    Dundonald wreck, coracle

  • Maker

    Samuel Page

  • Date made

    November 1907

  • Subject

    Charles Eyre, John Gratton, lantern slides, black-and-white slides, Shipwrecks, Auckland Islands

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    Cable Street, Wellington

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