Record

Reference numberMS/595
LevelSubFonds
TitlePapers concerning the Captain Scott Fund
Date[May-June] 1913
DescriptionPapers detailing the sources and allocation of a fund set up upon Captain Robert Falcon Scott's death in 1912 in Antarctica during the Brritish Antarctic Expedition also known as the 'Terra Nova' expedition.. Concerned mainly with the money to be given to the dependents of the deceased men.
Extent1 box [10 items]
FormatTypescript
Access statusOpen
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