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The crew of Discovery ROY.30.4.56

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The crew of Discovery

Slide, lantern slide depicting a black and white image of Robert Falcon Scott and the ship's company on board Discovery, 16th September 1904 on their return from the Antarctic after the National Antarctic Expedition 1901-1904. Top row (left to right): William J Weller (dog handler), Charles Clarke (cook), Frank Plumley (stoker), Edgar Evans (petty officer), James Dell (seaman), Thomas Crean (seaman),William Lashly (stoker), Jesse Handsley (seaman), Thomas Kennar (petty officer), George B Croucher (seaman), Frank Wild (seaman), David Allan (Petty Officer), A H Blissett (marine).

Middle Row (left to right): Gilbert Scott (marine), William Smythe (petty officer), Jacob Cross (petty officer), William L Heald (seaman), Thomas Williamson (seaman), Ernest Joyce (seaman), Arthur Pilbeam (seaman).

Bottom Row: Charles Ford (Ship’s Steward), Thomas Feather (Boatswain), Albert Armitage (Navigator and second in command),George Mulock (Royal Navy Lieutenant), Ernest Shackleton (sub lieutenant), Edward Wilson (surgeon, zoologist and artist), Reginald Skelton (Engineer), Captain Robert Falcon Scott, Charles Royds (First Lieutenant), Reginald Koettlitz (surgeon and botanist), Louis Bernacchi (physicist), Hartley Ferrar (geologist), Thomas Hodgson (marine biologist), James Dellbridge (second engineer) and Fred Dailey (carpenter).

Number: ROY.30.4.56
Name: The crew of Discovery
Date: Not Specified
Maker: Stanley, W.F.,
Location: In Store