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Slide set: [A set of lantern slides made from photographs taken during the voyage of the 'Gjøa' through the N.W. Passage in 1903-07 by Capt. R. Amundsen] (lecture: manufacturer unknown, at least 13 slides, c.1907)

Known references to this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 1
Winter quarters at King Point 1904-05
Slide 2
The coast between King and Key Points
Slide 3
The land round King Point
Slide 4
Observatory for absolute magnetic observations
Slide 5
Vegetation at King Point
Slide 6
The colony at King Point
Slide 7
King Point, shore strewn with drift wood
Slide 8
The first sledge expedition. amundsen Helmer Hansen Lieut Hansen
Slide 9
Our tent close to the Magnetic North Pole
Slide 10
The 'Gjöa' and the wrecked whaler 'Bonanya' at King Point
Slide 11
Snow ruts in the Lindström Valley near Gjöahavn
Slide 12
View from top of King Point 'Gjöa' 'Bonanya'
Slide 13
Winter in Gjöahavn
Lucerna ID  3009009

Record created by Emily Hayes and Richard Crangle. Last updated 3 January 2017

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