National Geographic : 1936 Jun
SECOND HIGHEST IN NORTH AMERICA, MOUNT LOGAN RAISES ITS MASSIVE BULKABOVE HUBBARD GLACIER This is the first photograph made of the south side of this 19,850-foot peak, which rises sheer above the glacier at itsfoot. The twin top ofMcArthur Peak (horizon, center) is dwarfed by Logan's huge size. The jagged shadow (left) is cast by Mount Vancouver. Mount King George rises inthe right center (page 733).