The Papers of Earl Parker Hanson in the Dartmouth College LibraryWMST Mss-152

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Hanson, Earl Parker
Title Remainder: Papers. 1929-1942
Dates: 1929-1942
Identification: Mss-152





HANSON, EARL PARKER



.25 lin. ft.



Papers



BOX I

CORRESPONDENCE



FOLDER : 1.

Letter to James Putnam, MacMillan Co., 1939



MANUSCRIPTS



FOLDER : 2.

“All alone”



FOLDER : 3.

“First citizen of the hemisphere”



Eloise McCaskill Popini, co-author



FOLDER : 4.

Stefansson, prophet of the North, Icelandic translation of chapter 27, by Arsall Arnason, 1942.



FOLDER : 5.

“Study report on pemmican as an emergency ration:



Includes correspondence from Stefansson and Hanson concerning report



PUBLISHED ARTICLES



FOLDER : 6.

“Cold Lake is served by airplanes - an example of how Canadian aviation opened the North,” in Airway Age, 1929.



“Difficult path ahead for Chilean regime”



“Exploration pays - cash”, Outlook and Independent, 1930.



“Hitler over Iceland”, This Week.



FOLDER : 7.

“The place of aircraft in Polar research”, Airway Age, 1929.



“Revolu tion at the Pole”, Soviet Russia Today, 1937



“60 hours to what?”, National Aeronautics, 2944.



FOLDER : 8.

“Study report on pemmican”, War Department



“Thunder to the North”, Friday, 1940.



“What use Antarctic exploration”, World Today, 1930.



LECTURES



FOLDER : 9.

“Geography's role in modern education”



FOLDER : 10.

Lecture advertisement





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