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"NORTHWEST PASSAGE--1937"

P. G. Downes of Belmont to Give Talk At Geographical Institute

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"The Northwest Passage--1937" is the subject if a free, public illustrated lecture to be given at the Institute of Geographic Exploration this afternoon at four o'clock by P. G. Downes, of Belmont.

Downes sailed through the Northwest Passage on a Hindson Bay Company supply ship, reaching the remote parts of the Canadian Aretie, Bafflu Island, and Ellesmere Land.

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