The Papers of Alan Innes-Taylor in the Dartmouth College LibraryWMST Mss-26

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Innes-Taylor, Alan
Title Remainder: Papers. 1930-1969
Dates: 1930-1969
Identification: Mss-26





INNES-TAYLOR, ALAN (1900-) (Charles Alan Kenneth Innes-Taylor)



.25 lin. ft.



Papers



Innes-Taylor was a dog driver on Byrd Antarctic Expedition #1 and chief of field operations, Expedition #2. During World War II, he helped to establish weather stations on Greenland Ice Cap, and commanded Arctic Training Group, Echo Lake, Colorado. Stefansson and Innes-Taylor corresponded often on pemmican, musk-ox, and various Arctic subjects.



BOX I

FOLDER : 1.

Confidential report on whaling for Captain H. H. Railey. [1930?] Typescript copy.



5 l.



FOLDER : 2.

Papers of Stefansson in the Innes-Taylor Library. 1969.



5 l.



FOLDER : 3.

The Polar explorers best friend.



6 l.



FOLDER : 4.

Report on effect of introduction of Armour Experimental Pemmican into the sledging rations for the Byrd Antarctic Expedition #2 - 1933-1935



FOLDER : 5.

Report of field trip to Anaktuvuk Pass, November 1953 Copy.



9 l.



FOLDER : 6.

Survival rations - orientation.



8 l.





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