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English: Salomon August Andrée's Station at Danskøya, Svalbard, Norway
Norsk bokmål: Salmon August Andrées polarstasjon på Danskøya i Svalbard
Svenska: Salomon August Andrées polarstation på Danskön i Svalbard i Norge.
Date 1890–1900 (probably 1897 or later)
Source Library of Congress LOT 13432, no. 118 [item] [P&P]
Author Detroit Publishing Co.
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