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Amundsen-Ellsworth-Nobile expedition photographs

 Collection
Identifier: PPC .A48
Scope and Contents Images of the polar flight expedition undertaken by Roald Amundsen and Lincoln Ellsworth in 1925; the transpolar flight of Amundsen, Ellsworth, and Umberto Nobile in 1926; and an exhibition documenting the 1926 expedition at the American Museum of Natural History in 1930.

Antarctic expedition field photographs

 Collection
Identifier: PPC .E441
Scope and Contents Captioned, "Antarctic island where Ellsworth found minerals" and "Lincoln Ellsworth." Latter has Ellsworth with a penguin.

[Autobiography] : [microform]

 Item
Identifier: Archives Microfilm #7

George Borup correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: Mss .B67

Department of Preparation and Installation exhibition accession records, 1927-1962.

 Collection
Identifier: DR 135
Abstract Contains accession records, inventory lists, correspondence related to accession of art works and expedition memorabilia for AMNH exhibitions, such as Theodore Roosevelt Memorial, Admiral Byrd collection (including list of Antarctic Expedition equipment and correspondence between Byrd and curator), John Burroughs exhibit, Amundsen-Ellsworth Polar expedition. Also contains accession records book, correspondence, and master sheet from defunct Department of Geography.

Lincoln Ellsworth (1880-1951) / Left Side "Amer. Art. F'dry"

 Item
Identifier: Art Survey No. 125
Scope and Contents Arctic Explorer. Bust relief head. Inscription: Left side "Amer. Art. F'DRY, N.Y." On front bottom "Cameograph/Lincoln Ellsworth/1925."

Lincoln Ellsworth Expedition to Graham Land photographs

 Collection
Identifier: PPC .E442
Scope and Contents Antarctic field photographs, features Snow Hill Island, wale bones, iceburgs, and penguins.

Transatlantic flight Antarctic expedition photographs

 Collection
Identifier: PPC .E44
Scope and Contents Photographs of Lincoln Elsworth and ship, named Wyatt Earp, used on Antarctic expdetion.