Charles Hoadley - Biographical Notes

Charles Hoadley

Geologist - Aurora 1911-1913

Single, a graduate in Mining Engineering of Melbourne University. A member of F. Wild's Western Party (Queen Mary Land), he took part in several sledging journeys and was Geologist of the party who explored westwards to Gaussberg.
From Appendix 1, Mawson - Heart of the Antarctic

Landmarks named after Charles Archibald Hoadley

Feature Name: Cape Hoadley
Feature Type: cape
Latitude: 6628S
Longitude: 09956E
Description:  Prominent rock coastal outcrop forming the W portal of the valley occupied by Scott Glacier. Discovered by the Western Base Party of the AAE under Mawson in November 1912.

Variant Name:  Cape Hoadly

Charles Archibald Hoadley
Charles Archibald Hoadley
Hoadley on ski at the Grottoes

Hoadley on ski at the Grottoes

Dovers, Jones and Hoadley

Dovers, Jones and Hoadley

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