National Geographic : 1921 Sep
258 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by Mrs. E. C. Kolb THE LARGEST GROUP OF THE EXPEDITION ASSEMBLED IN ONE PLACE Three men-Jones, Jacob and Ralph Hagelbarger-had left before the others came together. From left to right are Helt, Sayre, Paul Hagelbarger, Kolb, Yori, Griggs, Folsom, Fenner, Allen, Miller, Zies, Hine, Wallace, Basinger, Stone, and Henning. Photograph by R. F. Griggs THE BASE CAMP IN THE FOREST AT THE HEAD OF NAKNEK LAKE We were much surprised on finding such forest within a dozen miles of the Smokes. A fox used regularly to bring her little family to our garbage pile, and Wallace shot a bear on the bench in front of camp. The Katmai National Monument is destined to become one of the great game preserves of the world (see text, page 285).