The Papers of Robert Stein at Dartmouth CollegeWMST Mss-163

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Stein, Robert
Title Remainder: Papers. undated
Dates: undated
Identification: Mss-163





BOX I.

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Biographical information.



Index to Correspondence.



CORRESPONDENCE



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A



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B



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Borden, G. B.



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Butler, W. F.



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C



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D



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E



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F



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G



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H



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I-J



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K



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Kersting, Rudolf



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L



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M



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Molloy, Thomas N., U.S. Consul, St. John's, Newfoundland.



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Morgan, W. B.



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N



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O



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P



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R



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S



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T



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V



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W



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Warmbath, J. S.



MISCELLANEOUS



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Excerpts from Scottish Geographical Magazine on Stein's expedition.



List of the most prominent members of the expedition.



List of transportation expenses for Stein and Warmbath.



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Map of Arctic Canada.



Note on the wreck of the “Napolean” off Siberia in 1885.



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Proposed Expedition to Explore Ellesmere Land, Northwest of Baffin Bay and to Rescue Bjorling and Kallstenius, Swedish Naturalists Lost in the Arctic by Robert Stein. Washington, D.C., 1894. 29 pages. (Photocopy).



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“Proposed System of Continuous Polar Exploration” by Robert Stein.



Photocopy from Popular Science Monthly, July, 1896.



BOX II.

Photographs (oversize mountings)



These fifty-nine photographs are mounted on both sides of four large fragile sheets of paper and are sealed in plastic. Many of them are annotated.



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Scenes of work on a whaling vessel. (4)



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Diana docked at Sydney, Nova Scotia, July 21, 1899.



Whaling vessel (Diana), equipment, and operations. (11)



Crew of whaling vessel.



Eskimos on board ship. (5)



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The three members of the expedition: Robert Stein, Washington; Dr. Leopold Kann, Vienna; and J. S. Warmbath, Boston. This is a posed drawing room scene, probably in the United States before the departure of the expedition. Two prints.



“Mr. Stein Taking a Rest,” in cabin, “Fort Magnesia,” Cape Sabine. (2)



Leopold Kann in home-made Arctic costume.



Leopold Kann cutting Warmbath's (?) hair.



Eskimos in cabin, “Fort Magnesia.” (2)



Eskimos on board ship. (9)



Crew members (?) on board ship.



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Diana at Cape Sabine, 1899.



Stein's party arranging unloaded equipment. (2)



Cabin, “Fort Magnesia.”



Leopold Kann at entrance of snow-covered cabin. (3)



Leopold Kann cooking in cabin.



Eskimos in cabin.



Eskimos and tupiks, North Greenland. (2)



Eskimos and houses, “Peteravik, Ellesmere Land.”



Eskimos on board ship, Cape York, Greenland. (2)



Eskimos on board Diana, North Greenland.



Whaling vessels Diana and Nova Zembla, Dexterity Harbour, Baffin Island. (2)



Whaleboats and crews, Baffin Bay. (2)





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