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94/23/1-8/4 Drawing, pencil, 'Shark No.2', Lawrence Hargrave, n.d.. Click to enlarge.

'The Shark No.2' drawing by Lawrence Hargrave

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Drawing, pencil, 'Shark No.2', Lawrence Hargrave, n.d.

'The Shark' was built by Lawrence Hargrave. "In 1869 he built the Shark, a twenty-five-foot outrigger with clinker hulls. It carried a lugsail on a long yard on a mast stepped amidships." W. Hudson Shaw & Olaf Ruhen. Lawrence Hargrave: explorer, inventor and aviation experimenter. Stanmore, NSW, Cassell, 1977, p.10.

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Object Statement

Drawing, pencil, 'Shark No.2', Lawrence Hargrave, n.d.

Physical Description

Drawing, pencil, 'Shark No.2', Lawrence Hargrave, n.d.

'The Shark' was built by Lawrence Hargrave. "In 1869 he built the Shark, a twenty-five-foot outrigger with clinker hulls. It carried a lugsail on a long yard on a mast stepped amidships." W. Hudson Shaw & Olaf Ruhen. Lawrence Hargrave: explorer, inventor and aviation experimenter. Stanmore, NSW, Cassell, 1977, p.10.

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'The Shark No.2' drawing by Lawrence Hargrave 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 17 October 2021, <https://ma.as/140853>

Wikipedia

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