Shackleton's last voyage: the story of the 'Quest'

1923

Frank Wild

Presented to King George V

 

The Quest expedition was intended to circumnavigate Antarctica, and to fix the position of various islands. Unfortunately Shackleton died of a heart attack on 5 January 1922, shortly after the ship reached South Georgia. Frank Wild subsequently took command and wrote this expedition narrative on their return to England.


Printed on paper

24.1 x 17.5 cm - closed

Inscribed on flyleaf: To His Most Gracious Majesty King George V. Presented with humble duty by his loyal and devoted servant. Frank Wild.

RCIN 1124434