Reference numberCD/99
TitleDocuments on the Australasian Antarctic Expedition 1911 for consideration of Council of the Royal Society
DescriptionCorrespondence on possible Royal Society involvement in the Antarctic Expedition, with applications for funding from the Royal Society. The expedition was to be managed by an Australia-New Zealand team and led by Douglas Mawson. The file includes letters by Douglas Mawson and Charles Chree.

Information considered at meetings of Council of the Royal Society 13 May 1911-13 July 1916.
Extent1 file; 15 items
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
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