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Scrapbook containing photos from an expedition from New York to Greenland in 1932. Subjects photographed include the schooner and their travels, scenes from Greenland, native people, walrus hunting, icebergs, and the construction of the Peary Monument. Marie Peary and her two sons feature prominently, as well as Captain Robert Bartlett (Cap'n Bob), and others. Inserted into the scrapbook at the end are two photos and a large map.
scrapbooks, photographs, Greenland, Inuit, Eskimo, travel, Arctic, Marie Peary, Josephine Peary, walrus, icebergs, hunting
History | United States History | Women's History
Location of Original
Maine Women Writers Collection
Physical Description of Original
scrapbook; disbound; 57 leaves (114 pages) plus leather covered covers; 29 x 39 cm; two photographs inserted (20 x 25 cm); one map inserted (97 x 67 cm, folded to 34 x 25 cm)
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Peary, Marie Ahnighito, "Peary Memorial Expedition to Cape York, Greenland, June-September 1932" (1932). Scrapbooks. 1.