Harry B. Eisberg Jr. papers
The papers of Harry Eisberg Jr. consist of 40 black and white photographs, pamphlets, reprints, manuscripts, a journal, school newspapers, some educational records and ephemera. The photographs document his involvement with "Operation High Jump" (The United States Navy Antarctic Development Program) a US Navy operation organized to establish the Antarctic research base Little America IV, and "Operation Deep Freeze I," a support operation for the research conducted by the International Geophysical Year (IGY). The collection also contains some personal papers of Harry B. Eisberg Jr., and of his father Harry B. Eisberg Sr., including material related to Eisberg Jr.'s time at Dartmouth College and in Italy and reprints and manuscripts of Eisberg Sr.'s journal articles on intestinal obstructions.
- 1907-1960; 1981
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Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.
.75 linear ft. (1 box)
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Harry B. Eisberg Jr. (b.1915), physician for the US Navy. Dartmouth College Class of 1936. The collections contains letters from Eisberg Sr. to his son and photographs of "Operation High Jump" and "Operation Deep Freeze I." Ephemera including medical articles and pamphlets, some authored by Eisberg Sr., school papers of both Eisberg Sr. and Jr. as well as material related to Eisberg Jr.'s time at Dartmouth College are also included.
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