Bob Bartlett papers
The papers of Robert Abram (Bob) Bartlett consist of correspondence, two inscribed books, typescripts of three radio talks, and a few miscellaneous papers from the latter half of Bartlett's career of Arctic sailing and exploration. Much of the correspondence is with James B. Pond and the Pond Lecture Bureau during the years 1929-1933. One letter and one inscribed book are to Richard Halsey Goddard (1897-1983), professor of astronomy and director of the Shattuck Observatory at Dartmouth College.
- 1911 - 1958
- Bartlett, Robert A., 1875-1946 (Person)
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.5 linear ft. (1 box)
2 Digital File(s)
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Robert A. Bartlett (1875-1946), Arctic explorer and navigator. Consist of correspondence, lectures, and essays relating to his career as a sailor in the Arctic.
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