Oslo: The Committee for the Preservation of the Polar Ship Fram, 1961. Paperback. The Fram ("Forward") was "built for Fridtjof Nansen, who sailed in her on his journey across the Arctic 1893-96, when he penetrated further north than anyone had done to date.... and Roald Amundsen ... on the expedition which culminated in the Norwegian flag being planted on the South Pole on 14 December 1911." The Fram is said to have sailed further north and further south than any other wooden ship and is presently located at the Fram Museum in Oslo, Norway. Sml 8vo pamphlet, 62pp, b&w ills. Color illustrated front cover, with title in black, no title at spine, staple bound, very slt dusty. Very good overall. Item #15744

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