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This photograph is part of the Australian National Maritime Museum's collection of nitrate negatives taken by Harold Nossiter and his son Harold Nossiter Junior in the 1920s and 1930s.
Harold Nossiter (senior) was a noted Sydney sailor in the 1920s and 1930s who became the first Australian to skipper a yacht around the world under an Australian flag.
This photo is thought to have been taken during a cruise to Broughton Island in 1930 aboard Harold Nossiter's yacht UTIEKAH II.
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Object no. 00014162 ANMM Collection Gift of Mr & Mrs Harold Nossiter
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