The Shetland Museum http://www.shetlandmuseumandarchives.org.uk/ has a photo library at http://photos.shetland-museum.org.uk/ that has a number of old photographs of the whalers at South Georgia.
More information about the cemeteries and people who died and were buried here can be found in a number of places.
An extensive archive of documents from the Salvesen Collection is held by the Centre for Research Collections at Edinburgh Library.These include correspondence, shipping records, catch statistics from the whaling station at Leith, which was run by Salvesen, newspaper cuttings, photographs. And much much more.
The DIS-Norge Website has some information about Norwegians and where they are buried. There are some entries for South Georgia. Try searching for Leith, Husvik etc.
Bob Headland’s 1986 Article in the Sandefjord Museum Yearbook Bob was based at King Edward Point until expelled by the Argentine invaders in 1982. He did a lot of research into the cemeteries and published an article in the Sandefjord Whaling Museum’s yearbook 1982-86. The relevant pages are in this document. (PDF 3MB – Norwegian)
The Jane Cameron Memorial Archive in Stanley, Falkland Islands, holds some archived material from the days when the Magistrates at South Georgia were responsible to the Falkland Islands Government. At the time of writing, July 2012, much of the information has yet to be catalogued, though this is slowly happening as time allows. Contact is …
The Archives at SPRI have a number of documents referring to the cemeteries etc at South Georgia. These include: Magistrates correspondence regarding deaths The Grytviken Church Book The Husvik Grave Book More details at the SPRI Website. Download a catalogue of documents in the archive.
Dr Jennifer Keys, Doctor at King Edward Point in 2005, went on to do an MSc Thesis on the Medical History of South Georgia. This was sponsored by the Shackleton Scholarship Fund and a copy of her thesis may be downloaded from the site. The document discusses medical provision, and the causes of illnes and …