National Geographic : 1936 Jun
Photograph byRussell Dow TWISTING AND WINDING, THE GREAT KASKAWULSH GLACIER FLOWS OUT FROM A REGION NEVERBEFORE SEEN BY THE EYES OFMAN A knob in the foreground divides it. The right half flows in a round-about route, 1,300 miles long, to Bering Sea, butwaters from theleftflow directly tothe Pacific. On the horizon at the extreme left is Mount Alverstone, in the center Mount Vancouver, and extreme rightMount King George. This isoneofthephoto graphs taken by Mr. Dow on March 20, 1936, rushed to Seattle by boat, and thence by plane to Boston to help fill inthelast blank area onthemap (pp. 720-1).