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Slide set: The discovery of the South Pole (lecture: Newton & Co., 57 slides, 1912-1913)

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Portrait of Roald Amundsen
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Ronne with Puppies
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Taking observation on bridge
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Catalogue of lantern slides: part II (London: Newton & Co., 1913), 699

“A most interesting Lecture on Capt. Amundsen's amazing and successful dash for the South Pole, copiously illustrated by excellent Lantern Slides made chiefly from the negatives taken during his marvellous journey, and at the Pole itself.

These Slides are strictly copyright in all countries signatory to the Berne Convention; many of the principal subjects are also copyright in the United States of America.

Plain Slides, 2s. 6d. each. This price includes the Copyright Royalty, and gives the purchaser the right to exhibit the Slides publicly in any country in the world.

The above set can be hired on our usual Hiring Terms (at the rate of 2s. per doz. per night), no extra charge being made; but the set cannot be divided except for purchase.”

c.1913
Catalogue of lanterns, slides and accessories (London: J.W. Butcher, c.1913), 211-212
c.1926
Newton's lantern slide catalogue: section 5 -- geography (London: Newton & Co., c.1926), 514

“A most interesting Lecture on Capt. Amundsen's amazing and successful dash for the South Pole, copiously illustrated by excellent Lantern Slides made chiefly from the negatives taken during his marvellous journey, and at the Pole itself.

These Slides are strictly copyright in all countries signatory to the Berne Convention; many of the principal subjects are also copyright in the United States of America.

Plain Slides, 3s. 6d. each. This price includes the Copyright Royalty, and gives the purchaser the right to exhibit the Slides publicly in any country in the world. Lecture, 1s. 6d.

For list of Slides see Reading.”

Lucerna ID  3004400

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 28 October 2022

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