Fonds yuk-26 - Bradford Washburn fonds

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Bradford Washburn fonds

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CA yuk yuk-26

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  • Microfilmed 1985 (originally created 1935, 1937, 1938, 1965, 1966) (Creation)
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    Washburn, Bradford, 1910-2007

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1 microfilm reel

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Bradford Washburn was the leader of the National Geographic Society's Yukon Expedition which set out to explore and map areas in the southeastern corner of Alaska and the southwestern corner of the Yukon Territory. The expedition party made several reconnaissance flights over the St. Elias Range, and then crossed the mountain range with dog sleds. The expedition photographed many previously unknown glaciers and peaks.

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The fonds consists of a microfilmed copy of six of Bradford Washburn's journals which document his mountaineering expeditions into the St. Elias mountains. They are described as follows: Diary of Yukon Expedition, Volume #1, February 1935 - May 1935; Diary of Yukon Expedition, Volume #2, May 1935 - June 1935; The Mount Lucania Expedition June 1937 - July 1937; Journal, June 1938 - October 1938; Mount Kennedy Expedition, Two Trips March 1965 - May 1965; and Kennedy Flights July 1965 - July 1966.

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