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Papers 1901-1913 [manuscript]
Bib ID 834518
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Hodgson, Thomas Vere
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1901-1913 
30 cm. 
Summary

Six small notebooks containing notes on the sledging trips, invertebrates speciements, summary of monthly meteorology, etc. Six large notebooks with registers of bird observations, general diary of observations, collection register, hydrology station logs, etc. Miscellaneous typescript notes including biological observations, general diary of observations, collection and preservation of specimens, the 1907 Expedition programme for scientific observations. Correspondence on ice formation with Prof. Barnes of McGill University 1910-1911, and other correspondence with scientific bodies. Private correspondence 1901-1913, mainly concerning the loss of Scott and his party. Antarctic photographs; typescript articles on Antarctic subjects.

Biography/History

Thomas Hodgson accompanied Captain R. F. Scott on the first British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901-1904.

Notes

Manuscript reference: NLA MS 223.

Cited In

Guide to collection of manuscripts relating to Australia ; A405

Index/Finding Aid Note Descriptive list (2 p.) available. 
Subjects Hodgson, Thomas Vere - Correspondence.  |  Hodgson, Thomas Vere - Archives.  |  Scott, Robert Falcon, - 1868-1912.  |  British Antarctic Expedition - (1907-1909)  |  Explorers - Antarctica - Archives.  |  Scientific expeditions - Antarctica.  |  Scientists - Antarctica - Archives.  |  Antarctica - Discovery and exploration.
Time Coverage 1901-1913 
Occupation Explorers  |  Scientists
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520 |aSix small notebooks containing notes on the sledging trips, invertebrates speciements, summary of monthly meteorology, etc. Six large notebooks with registers of bird observations, general diary of observations, collection register, hydrology station logs, etc. Miscellaneous typescript notes including biological observations, general diary of observations, collection and preservation of specimens, the 1907 Expedition programme for scientific observations. Correspondence on ice formation with Prof. Barnes of McGill University 1910-1911, and other correspondence with scientific bodies. Private correspondence 1901-1913, mainly concerning the loss of Scott and his party. Antarctic photographs; typescript articles on Antarctic subjects.
545 |aThomas Hodgson accompanied Captain R. F. Scott on the first British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901-1904.
555 0 |aDescriptive list (2 p.) available.
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650 0 |aScientific expeditions|zAntarctica.
650 0 |aScientists|zAntarctica|xArchives.
651 0 |aAntarctica|xDiscovery and exploration.
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