H. U. Sverdrup writings
The papers of Harald Ulrik Sverdrup contain essays on Arctic exploration, the Wilkins-Ellsworth submarine expedition, and the Chukchi Indians, including "Arctic Eden, a study of the Chukchi of Ayon Island," "Siberia," translated from the 1938 edition of Hos Tundra-Folket (Syldendal, Norsk, Forlag, Oslo) by Sverdrup, "How and why of the Nautilus," translated from Hvorledes og hvorfor med Nautilus by Gudlaug K. Randby, and "The how and why of the Nautilus voyage," condensed by Olive Rathbun Wilcox from Randby's translation and edited by Vilhjalmur Stefansson.
- 1928 - 1942
- Sverdrup, Harald Ulrik, 1888-1957 (Person)
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.5 linear ft. (1 box)
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Harald Ulrich Sverdrup (1888-1957), meteorologist. Consist of essays on Arctic exploration, the Wilkins-Ellsworth submarine expedition, and the Chukchi Indians.
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