This redoubtable Australian polar explorer and recipient of the Royal Geographical Society's Founder's Medal (1960) died on 28 February 2010, aged 97. Such was his stature – with no less than 28 expeditions to the Antarctic and its islands – he was frequently referred to as ‘Mr Antarctica’.
A full obituary was published in The Geographical Journal
Phillip Garth Law c. 1996 Source: photograph by Ian Toohill, reproduced with kind permission
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