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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, JANUA-RY 7, 1927
Arraitgmei Of PhIotographs% In Order
Gives Chronological Record
Of Hobbs' Excursion.
SHOWS LIFE OF ESKIMOS
In conjunction with his supplemen-
tary work on the results of the first
Greenland expedition of the University
of Michigan, Prof. W. IH. Hobbs, of
the geology department has arranged
a' collection of approximately 200
photographs which have been placed
Dil display in the lobby cases in the
main corridor of the library.
By arranging the photographs in
the chronological order of the trip;
Professor Hobbs htas organized a de-:
tailed pictorial record of the exploits
of the party at various points of the
expedition from the day the group
sailed from the harbor of North Syd-
,iey on the Morrissey until the depar-
ture from the tiny settlement of Hol-
Members of both the University and
Putnam expeditions are shown in
snapshots taken aboard the Morrissey.
A first-hand study of the living con-3
ditions of the Greenland Eskimo is
afforded in the photographs showing
the Hlolstenborg natives in their hand-
made clothing, and the geographical
nnature of the barren land in which
The panoramic views of the glaciers
and glaciated areas are considered re-
maarkable for their clearness in show-
ing the. detail of cirques, fjords, lakeI
terraces, and other glacial features,
while the views of the Otto Nordensk-
fold glacier present further pictorial
evidence of dual glaciation.
The expedition also includes views'
of the party and the areas covered in'
its 100-mile trip inland to the ice
fields where Camp Cooley was estab-
lished for further work next summer.
11. F. IHarrington, director of the,
Mcdill school of journalism at North-
western university, and author of sev-
eral books in connection with the sub-
ject, has just completed a junior high
;school text which will be published
iin the spring. The book is entitled
"The Junior Press Club."
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