Robert Mossman collection 1902 -1939

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Robert Mossman collection 1902 -1939

Expedition material (2 volumes), and correspondence (62 leaves)

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Mossman, R. C. (Robert Cockburn), 1870-

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Scottish National Antarctic Expedition (1902-1904)

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Filchner, Wilhelm, 1877-1957

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Bruce, William S. (William Speirs), 1867-1921

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William Speirs Bruce was born in London of Scottish parents in 1867. He was educated at Norfolk County School, England and enrolled as a medical student at the University of Edinburgh, where renowned Scottish physicists, chemists and oceanographers supervised him. In 1892, he was recommended for the post of surgeon and naturalist on board Balaena during the British Whaling Exploration (Dundee), 1892-1893. The expedition was organized to investigate the commercial possibilities of wh...

British Expedition to Graham Land 1920-1922

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Scotia (Steam yacht)

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Mossman, Robert Cockburn

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Robert Cockburn Mossman was born on 7 November 1870 into an Edinburgh family. He became an enthusiastic amateur meteorologist and was named as observer at the Glen Coe Station, at the foot of Ben Nevis, between 1895-1896. He joined the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition, 1902-1904 (leader William Speirs Bruce), as meteorologist and magnetic observer on board the Scotia . Mossman was placed in charge of the meteorological station, Omond House, which was established 1 April 1903 o...