National Geographic : 1930 Sep
o Photograph from Lieut. G.W. Goddard MANY FLIGHTS WERE MADE OVER AREAS NEVER BEFORE SEEN BY WHITE MEN In northeastern Luzon lie mountain fastnesses which, until the coming of the mapping expedition, were amongthe earth's blind spots (see text, page 311). Grass covers these rugged peaks above the timberline. The plane in the background is that piloted byLieutenant Wells, "the Deacon."