National Geographic : 1921 Sep
288 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE MORNING MISTS ON LAKE GROSVENOR For the exploration of the lakes the expedition made use of native skin kayaks, now almost a thing of the past. Our surveyors describe Lake Grosvenor as "the most beautiful place in Alaska," which is high praise from men familiar with the beauties of the celebrated "Inside Passage" of southeastern Alaska. Photographs by J. D. Sayre TIHE OUTLET OF LAKE BROOKS This beautiful body of water, fifteen miles long, is one of the discoveries of the expedition. The lake is named after Alfred H. Brooks, Alaskan explorer and for many years chief of the Alaskan Division of the U. S. Geological Survey. It was to this lake that the leaping salmon were running (see illustrations, pages 266, 280, and 281).