National Geographic : 1930 Aug
©N.Y.T.&St.L.P.D. Aerial photograph by Capt. Ashley C.McKinley ICE TONGUES FRINGE A LAKE IN KING EDWARD VII LAND (SEE TEXT, PAGE 220) Capt. Ashley C. McKinley, who mapped many thousands of square miles from the air, also made some ofthe aerial views which appear ingravure (pages 159 to 166 and 199 to 206). For the gravure illustrations as well as for many other photographsreproduced inthis issue ofitsMagazine, the National Geographic Society desires to express its appreciation to the New York Times and the St. Louis Post Dispatch for their valuable cooperation and courtesy.