National Geographic : 1930 Aug
©N.Y.T.&St.L.P.D. Aerial photograph byCapt. Ashley C.McKinley FOLLOWING LIV GLACIER, THE FLYERS AVOIDED RUGGED PEAKS WHICH ALMOST SURROUND THE POLAR PLATEAU Although it offered an avenue of approach to the aviators, this glacier presented serious difficulties to thegeological sledge party, which traversed a part of it. Its surface is badly crevassed and snow-blown.