National Geographic : 1965 Jul
Mount Alverstone wears a swirling wreath of clouds. The name commemorates the British Lord Chief Justice who helped fix Alaska's boundaries in 1903. Jagged ice-hung spire, Mount Kennedy juts some 7,500 feet above a 1935 survey party on Lowell Glacier, which lies to the north and east of the peak. Struggling up Mount Hubbard, 14,950-foot neighbor of Mount Kennedy, William N. Prater car ries a marker post to leave as a guide to map makers.