Bob Bartlett (right) breaks for tea, pre-1929

Bob Bartlett (right) breaks for tea, pre-1929
Karluk captain Bob Bartlett was concerned the vessel would not be able to navigate through the dangerous Arctic ice floes. The ship later sank after sea ice punched a hole in its side on 10 January 1914.

From Fitzhugh Green, Bob Bartlett Master Mariner (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1929) 25.
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