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Ship's Log Extract - SS Australis, Chandris Lines, 10 Apr - 03 May 1972 Document Reg. No: SH 990998

Souvenir ship's log extract issued by Chandris Lines for the SS Australis voyage from Southampton, England to Fremantle, Australia from 10 April 1972 to 03 May 1972. It provides details of the voyage, including activities and events happening on the ship, the name of the Captain and the number of passengers and crew. It was collected by the donor when she emigrated from England to Australia, with her her husband and their three children, in April-May 1972.
Glazed white card with print of watercolour on front cover depicting the Acropolis and surrounds. Chandris Line blue flag with white cross on back cover. Inside, printed in blue, Extract from Ship's Log May 3rd, 1972.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mrs Jacqueline Gardiner, 1999
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 24.90 cm (Height), 16.70 cm (Length)

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Tagged with: assisted immigration, immigrant voyages, shipping lines, immigrant shipping, shipboard travel, english immigration, shipping industry, ship memorabilia, 1976
Themes this item is part of: Migration Collection
Primary Classification: MIGRATION
Secondary Classification: Travel - Shipboard Life
Tertiary Classification: reference materials
Inscriptions: Front cover: S.Pat. Back cover in blue print: Chandris Lines. Inside : Chandris Lines/s.s. Australis/Voyage 34 Southbound/Captain S.J. Challioris/Extract from Ship's Log/Arrival at Freemantle May 3rd, 1972/Ship's displacement: 35,250 tons/Number of passangers: 2,291/Number of Crew: 520. Followed by extensive text from Ship's Log.
Place & Date of Event: ., 10 Apr 1972 - 03 May 1972

Dates given for travel from Southampton to Fremantle
Issued By: Chandris Line Ltd., England, Great Britain, 1972

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