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Greely, A.W. 1886. Three Years of Arctic Service. London: Richard Bentley and Son.
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Lieutenant F.F. Kislingbury. [From a photograph.]

A serious nip. (Ed. note: an interpretive drawing made under the direction of A.W. Greely.)

English depot at Cape Hawks.
Abandoning launch Lady Greely— September 10, 1883 . (Ed. note: an interpretive drawing made under the direction of A.W. Greely.)

Jens, our Water-Seeker.

The crushing of our floe— September 26, 1883. (Ed. note: an interpretive drawing made under the direction of A.W. Greely.)

Landing at Eskimo Point— September 29, 1883. (Ed. note: an interpretive drawing made under the direction of A.W. Greely.)

Ice foot and pressed-up ice, Cape Murcheson, Robeson Channel. (From a photograph.)

Plan of Winter Quarters at Camp Clay .

Our hunter, Sergt. Francis Long.

Our Records and Instruments. [Cached October, 1883, on Stalknecht Island.]

Brainard and Christiansen succoring Elison, Lynn, and Frederick. (Ed. note: an interpretive drawing made under the direction of A.W. Greely.)
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