Papers, 1877-1951.

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Bjerknes, V. (Vilhelm), 1862-1951. Papers, 1877-1951.

Papers, 1877-1951.

Correspondence, 1893-1951. Manuscripts of lectures, 1893-1927; articles and other lectures, 1893-1949. Diaries, 1877-1884. Lecture notes and other notes, 1880-1891. Papers concerning Geophysical committee (Geofysisk komisjon), 1921-1925; the Fysiske kabinett, 1892. Work on international meteorological terminology, etc. Miscellaneous recollections. Subject covered: astronomy. Correspondents include: Ernst Bjerknes, 1925; Jac og Hedvig Bjerknes, 1918-1951; Richard Birkeland, 1925; Kristine Bonnevie, 1894-1948; Jacob Aall Bonnevie, 1893-1904; Olaf Devik, 1925; Friedrich Engle, 1926; Th. Fusche, 1925; Alf Guldberg, 1925; Johannes Jøorgensen, 1926; Ole Krogness, 1925; Sophus Larpent, 1892-1904; Fridtjof Nansen, 1925; Sverre Pettersen[sic], 1934; Max Planck, 1932; Jens Fredrich Schroeter, 1925; Napier Shaw, 1913; Carl Støormer, 1925; Sem Sæaeland, 1918; Lars Vegard, 1916-1918.

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