Inventory of the David K. Caldwell Collection In the New Bedford Whaling Museum Research LibraryProcessed by: Jalien Hollister; machine-readable finding aid created by: Mark ProcknikInventory of the David K. Caldwell Collection In the New Bedford Whaling Museum Research Library

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Administrative Information

Inventory of Collection

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Inventory of the David K. Caldwell Collection

In the New Bedford Whaling Museum Research Library



Title:
David K. Caldwell Papers
Date Span:
1877-1990
Creator:
David K. Caldwell, 1928-
Mss Number:
Mss 143
Extent:
1.5 linear feet
Abstract:
Manuscripts, collected materials, and audio recordings of David K. Caldwell pertaining specifically to the island of St. Vincent in the British West Indies.
Repository:
New Bedford Whaling Museum Research Library
Whaling Museum: (508) 997-0046

Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of manuscripts, collected materials, and audio recordings of David K. Caldwell pertaining specifically to the island of St. Vincent in the British West Indies. The main focus is on the whaling communities of the area as well as the Soufriere volcanic activity on St. Vincent. The collection of audio recordings consists of interviews with whaling men, local bands and singing from Young Island and Barrouallie.

Arrangement of Collection

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Information for Researchers

Access to Collections

Unrestricted. Consult librarian for an appointment.

Preferred Citation

New Bedford Whaling Museum Research Library Mss 143, [sub-group, series, sub-series, folder/volume as appropriate], [item]

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Administrative Information

Provenance

Material in this collection were donated to the New Bedford Whaling Museum in 2003 by Randall Reeves and Randi Olsen as part of Accession #2003.94.

Processing Information

Processed by: Jalien Hollister, 2014

Encoded by: Mark Procknik, 4 February 2014

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Inventory of Collection

Please Consult Research Library for Detailed Description of Collection

Series I: Reports and Manuscripts on Whaling in the Caribbean, 1877-1986
Series II: Bibliographies, 1972
Series III: Notes, Sketches and Correspondence, 1970
Series IV: Histories, 1966-1990
Series V: Volcanic Activity, 1971-1972
Series VI: Collection of Music and Interviews, 1968-1971

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Subject Headings

Admiralty Bay
Allen, W. Osbourne
Arrindale, Griffith
Barrouallie, St. Vincent
Bequia
Black fishing
Burgess, Tim W.
Caldwell, David K.
Caribbean
Cetacean research
Chanties
Eastman, Robert J.
Idyll, Clarence P.
International Whaling Commission
Jackson, Leroy R.
Lesser Antilles
Porpoises
Soufriere Volcano
St. Vincent
St. Vincent Teacher’s College
Steel bands
Volcano
Ward, Nathalie
Whale boats
Whale fishery
Windward Islands
Winn, Howard
Winn, Lois
Young Island, St. Vincent

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