Newsclips Related to Whaling, Whaleships, and Whale Men, 1927-1935.

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Newsclips Related to Whaling, Whaleships, and Whale Men, 1927-1935.

Collection includes one scrapbook of newspaper articles pertaining to whaling, whaleships, and whale men. Cover of volume reads: "Newsclips: The Stuff of Which Whalemen were Made and Other Articles." Articles are predominantly from New Bedford, Massachusetts newspapers.

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Bowman, George, approximately 1759-

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Melville, Herman, 1819-1891

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