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1 suit of special wind & wet proof clothes, made to order. with hood.
1 Camel's hair jacket.
2 suits Jaeger underwear.
1 Jaeger fleece cap, Dr. Nauru style. 
1 Iceland shirt. 
3 pairs rein skin mittens
5 pairs woollen [[woolen]] mittens
1 pair dog skin mittens or gloves.
1 pair Vadmel (heavy woolen) trousers.
snow glasses, etc., etc., and, of course,
one heavy sleeping bag of best rein-skin. 

We have so far alway, had enough to eat, & I have heard no complaints. 

Every man that uses it has been given a good supply of tobacco.

We have good boats & slides & skis & and all that. 

We have one good tent, which we made here. My original plan was to take a larger boat on the sledge journey, with 6 men, & to live in [strikethrough] a [/strikethrough] it, with a tight cover over. But taking only a canoe we had to make a tent, for which I brought the materials. It is a much larger & warmer tent than Dr. N. had on his journey. For the returning party we have a very good boat cover, with

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