National Geographic : 1935 Oct
©Byrd Antarctic Expedition THE PLANES WILL SOON BE STORED IN SNOW HANGARS, FOR LONG SHADOWS FORECAST THE APPROACH OF FOUR MONTHS OFNIGHT The Autogiro (left) later cracked up, because of snow collected in its fuselage, making it "tail heavy." Miss American Airways, the William Horlick, and the second Blue Blade all performed without mishap and were brought home. The Floyd Bennett, buried five years before, had notyet been dug outofthe snow (see illustrations, pages 444 and 447). In the foreground rest two "snowmobiles," errand runners over a radius of about ten miles around camp.