National Geographic : 1935 Oct
©Byrd Antarctic Expedition HERE THE SCIENTISTS BUSILY STUDY AND RECORD THEIR DISCOVERIES WITH THE AIDOF DELICATE INSTRUMENTS Blackburn (left) indexes rock specimens, and Black, next, adjusts his transit. Rawson (seated) charts the course ofafuture flight, while Paige (inthe background) paints June's portrait. Lindsey (beneath the globe hanging from the ceiling) cleans a gun. Bramhall reads the cosmicray instrument, while Zuhn, behind him, records his observations. Siple and Perkins (right) examine with microscopes a plankton haul from the Bay of Whales. Onthe table isthe hollow lead sphere covering the cosmic ray instrument.