National Geographic : 1952 Jan
© National Geographic Society 27 Kodachromes by Richard II. Stewart Not an Animal Is Visible; Chubb Lake Spends Its Beauty on a Wilderness SDr. Meen (pointing) discusses progress with Dr. I. W. Jones, Quebec Province geologist. The site has been visited by only one other geologist, Malcolm Ritchie, an aide to Dr. Jones. Low clouds usually roof the Chubb area. Crunch of Boots on Snow, Tang of Cool July Air Stimulate Crater Visitors 4 Soon after the expedition's arrival, keenly interested crewmen of the amphibian which flew the party to its camp site came along with their passengers to inspect the big scar close up. The kneeling airman has snowballs on his mind. Museum Lake merges into the skyline.