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Storage locations: Folder 1, Congdon shelf 13 (box 1, box 2), Congdon box 7, Congdon box 17,

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Pearlers box on lugger.jpg
Title: Shakespeare Hall's pearlers' box
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Storage location: WA Museum collection (sort key: CH1970.626)
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License: Public Domain Mark This work is free of known copyright restrictions.
Related people: William Shakespeare Hall
Related places: Cossack
Keywords: pearling; Trixen; museums
Description: Large wooden box. Donated to the WA Museum in 1970. Inscription: "Pearler's Box on board Trixen. Pilbara pioneer pastoralist and pearler, William Shakespeare Hall, used this storage chest to store his belongings aboard his luggers. Donated by Margaret Wilson (descendant of the Hall family) (CH70.626)"