National Geographic : 1935 Apr
Admiral Byrd-and Little America, showing the Admiral's hut and radio towers W" t ESPITE hardships and 0 Byrd Expedition J extreme temperatures, Hamilton Watches have stood up well indeed," radios Dr. Poulter, Chief Scientist of Byrd's Second Antarctic Expedition, from Little America. Hamilton's proven depend ability, despite temperatures as low as 70° below zero, won for this watch the honor of three times accompanying Byrd on polar expeditions. This time again Hamilton accuracy proved unfailing in guiding the explorers through uncharted country. That same fine degree of accuracy is characteristic of the beautiful new Hamiltons you may see any day at your jeweler's. Hamilton accuracy is doubly protected by the Time-Microscope (Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.) -a Hamilton invention used exclusively in the timing of Hamilton Watches. Write for special HAMILTON'S RECORD OF SERVICE WITH ADMIRAL BYRD In 1926 Hamilton timed Admiral Byrd's flight over the North Pole. In 1929 Hamilton chosen Official Timepiece, First Byrd Antarctic Expedition. In 1934 Hamilton again selected for Second Byrd Antarctic Expedition. folder describing the remarkable Hamilton inven tion, the Time-Microscope, and showing some of the new 1935 Hamiltons. Address: Hamilton Watch Company, 882 Columbia Avenue, Lancaster, Pa. (Top to bottom) The WARREN. 17 jewels. 10K filled gold, white or natural yellow. $42.50. 19 jewels, $57.50. The ALCOTT. 17 jewels. 14K filled gold, white or natural yellow. Leather (shown) or silk cord. $52.50. The MASON. 17 jewels. 10K filled gold, white or nat ural yellow. Black inlaid enamel dial, $37.50. Raised gold numerical dial (shown), $40.00. Other Hamiltons range from $35.00 to $500.00 .