After EDWARD ADRIAN WILSON
Paraselene. Jan. 15. 11. 9.20 pm. Cape Evans. McMurdo Sound.
collotype, [n.p., n.d.]. Stained at right hand and lower margin. Window-mounted.
I.12 x 9in. (39.9 x 23.5cm.)
[With:] 13 other collotypes after Wilson, including a duplicate of the above (some heavily browned); a photogravure portrait of Robert Scott with facsimile autograph; and a photograph with printed caption on mount: 'S. S. "Poleselye" fitted for towing S. S. "Discovery". To the relief of Sir Ernest Shackleton's Party. August, 1916'. These are probably the collotypes after watercolours by Wilson produced for the Polar Exhibition, London, in 1930. (16)