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Slide set: [Manchester Geographical Society Collection: Arctic exploration] (lecture: privately made, at least 46 slides, n.d.)

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Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
[1]
Sketch Map, Peary and Cook's Route
[2]
Dr Cook, Snow Hut
[3]
Peary's Sledge [...] reached Pole
[4]
Dr Cook at the Pole
[5]
North Pole, looking towards Bering Strait
[6]
The First Photograph at the North Pole
[7]
View at North Pole, Peary's flag flying
[8]
North Pole -- looking toward Spitzbergen
[9]
North Pole -- looking toward Cape Chelyuskin
[10]
North Pole -- looking toward Cape Columbia
[11]
The Most Western Part of Blaafjeld
[12]
Peary, on the March to North Pole
[13]
Submerged Island of the Polar Sea
[14]
'Across Seas of Crystal Glory to the Boreal Centre'
[15]
Working through an expanse of Rough Ice
[16]
Swinging an Ice Cake across a Lead to form an impromptu Bridge
[17]
Crack in the Ice
[18]
Donald B. Macmillan
Slide 1243
Iceberg in Mid-Atlantic
[20]
Northernmost Point of Vakkerkap
[21]
Mountains from Heureka Sound
[22]
Dr Nansen
[23]
King George V Land
[24]
Dr Cook
[25]
The 'Fram'
[26]
Peary -- Sledge Ruts in Soft Snow
[27]
Cook Returning from Pole
[28]
The Igloo Built, We Prepare for our Daily Camp
[29]
Svartevoeg -- Camping 500 Miles from the Pole
[30]
Bradley Land Discovered
[31]
A Bull Musk Ox at Close Quarters, Cape Columbia
[32]
Great Auk and Egg
[33]
The Ship 'Roosevelt' Beached for repairs at the Head of Etah Fjord
[34]
'King' Eskimo Dog
[35]
Approaching a lead through rough ice
[36]
Swift progress over smooth sea / Building an Igloo / A lifeless world of cold and ice
[37]
Dr Frederick A. Cook
[38]
Dr Cook's Eskimo companions, Ahwelah and Etukishuk
[39]
A Friendly Pair
[40]
Eskimo lamp, adze and scraper
Slide 5
Iglulik snow-house
[42]
Masked Medicine-man of the Kwikpagmiut (Alaskan Eskimo)
[43]
Angmagssalik Group (house dress)
Slide 517
Pump-drill
Slide 12
Polar Eskimo using bow-drill
Slide 3
Tree-Trunk Sledge, Lappland
Number of slides
at least 46
Manufacturer
Main type of image
photograph
Main usage of set
lecture
Date of first manufacture
unknown
People appearing in slides

COOK, Dr Frederick A.  (1865-1940) – slides [2], [4], [24], [27], [37]

MACMILLAN, Donald B.  (1874-1970) – slide [18]

NANSEN, Dr Fridtjof  (1861-1930) – slide [22]

Lucerna ID  3008932

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 23 October 2017

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