[Meteorologist William 'Bill' Scarborough at an instrument shelter in Jackson Bay]

Unknown Photographer

[1938]
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Maker and Role
Unknown Photographer
Production Date
[1938]
Description
Showing Scarborough recording in a notebook at the instrument shelter.
Physical Description
1 photographic print : black and white ; 22.5 x 27 cm (mounted)
Signature/Marks
"William Scarborough. Meteorologist at Jackson Bay, 1938? (Age 28yrs then) / Passed all his qualifications as Radio [Amature] + [unknown, unknown] / he was active on the air for 50 yrs / Then, after Jackson's Bay, volunteered as Leading Telegraphist at the break-out of war, on the [HMS] 'Archilles', then when he was [unknown], later became Radio Superintendent at Rarotonga was working in the Islands for twenty years" -written by unknown on verso of mount. Hand-written
"From Trevor Watson 17-3-94" -written by unknown on verso of print. Hand-written
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Current Rights
No known copyright restrictions
Accession No
PHO-2018-1
Credit Line
Unknown Photographer. [1938]. [Meteorologist William 'Bill' Scarborough at an instrument shelter in Jackson Bay], PHO-2018-1. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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