A Snowdrift, Mount Kosciusko, 1911
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A view of two men, with horses and dogs, climbing across a snowfield on the mountain. Mount Kosciusko, at 7,316 ft. is the highest mountain in Australia, and its snows feed several important rivers, among them the Snowy River.
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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Good condition, apart from slight yellowing.
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