Winter quarters of the 'Alert'; Cape Rawson in the distance; Mr White and 'Nelly', during British Arctic Expedition, 1875-1876.
As part of the expedition Captain Nares requested photographic equipment for each ship. Thus George White, Assistant Engineer for Alert (1856), and Thomas Mitchell, Paymaster for Discovery (1874), were trained at the Army School of Photography in Chatham in the latest photographic processes.
- Image reference: F6459
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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