Many important primary documents related to Cook and the Polar Controversy still exist. The majority of Cook's papers are held by the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress. A smaller collection of lesser importance is at the Ohio State University Archives. Dartmouth's Stefansson Collection contains many documents related to Cook, including the papers of Belmore Browne and Robert Dunn, who both figured in the dispute over the truth of his Mount McKinley climb. The Peary Collection (Document Group 401), held by the National Archives II also contains much directly related to Cook and the Polar Controversy.
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