The collection comprises of correspondence by Duncan to Kathleen Scott partly regarding the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910-1913 (leader Robert Falcon Scott).
John Duncan collection
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- ReferenceGB 15 John Duncan
- Dates of Creation1912
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical DescriptionCorrespondence (1 leaf)
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
During the spring of 1912 a John Duncan wrote to Kathleen Scott regarding art and her husband the Antarctic explorer Robert Falcon Scott. This may be the Scottish Artist John Duncan (1866-1945).
The correspondence is arranged chronologically.
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Descriptions compiled by N. Boneham, Assistant Archivist with assistance from R. Stancombe and reference to Robert Keith Headland Antarctic Chronology, unpublished corrected revision of Chronological list of Antarctic expeditions and related historical events, (1 December 2001) Cambridge University Press (1989) ISBN 0521309034
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Clive Holland Manuscripts in the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge, England - a catalogue, Garland Publishing New York and London (1982) ISBN 0824093941.
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