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Glaciers and deposits of Weasel River Valley - Ridged moraine of windy Glacier. Windy Lake Coarse fan (foreground and old moraine) Former ponding on left - Baffin Island - Qikitualuk Region - Nunavut
Corrie glaciers 29a (left) and 29b (right) Tete Blanche 7073ft extreme right - Baffin Island - Qikitualuk Region - Nunavut
Contrast of water, modified kame (left) and true moraine (right) - Glacier ice core Old Moraines line hillside beyond Glacier Lake - Baffin Island - Qikitualuk Region - Nunavut
From Base camp looking south down - Summit Lake The Queen on the right. - Glacier 32 entering lake from left - Baffin Island - Qikitualuk Region - Nunavut
From Penny Ice cap towards A2 (left) - Baffin Island - Qikitualuk Region - Nunavut
Looking South West across Summit Lake- Base Camp. Glacier 32 on the left - Baffin Island - Qikitualuk Region - Nunavut
Looking South - Buildings in Center foreground H.B.C. Post - Buildings on Left point RCMP - Buildings on Right point background, Canalaska Post - Immedially behind Canalaska on next point is new H.B.C. Ship on Left of Inlet opposit-Canalaska is Amnudsen's ship "Maud" - Cambridge Bay, Nunavut
Terminal moraines of Turner Glacier on left Glacier 29 in high corrie (left) Glacier 31(back) - Old moraines along foot of foreground slope - Baffin Island - Qikitualuk Region - Nunavut
Swiss tents at Base Camp by Summit Lake - Glacier 32 entering lake on left - Baffin Island - Qikitualuk Region - Nunavut
Taken looking up-glacier with Steve Miller, of the Stanford Research Institute, preparing the equipment for taking a record. This picture shows the general character of the ice surface over which most of the measurements were made on lower glacier and where ice thicknesses in excess of 1000 feet were obtained. This work was sponsored by the American Geographical Society and Camp No. 12 of their Juneau Ice Research Project was on the highest portion of the low peak to the extreme right. Two icefalls show in the picture, one extending from left of center of the picture and continuing to the extreme right, and the other showing to the left of center of the picture in the background. - The top surface of the ice at this point is 950 feet above sea level and the ice extends to more than 150 feet below sea level.
Daily journal for 1921, diary of Mrs. Frances Gladys O'Kelly
George Porter sons are Three boys on left - Gjoa Haven, King William Island, Nunavut
Dept. of Mines and Resources warehouse and Doctor's residence at Aklavia. R.C.C.S. in background Radio station C.H.A.K at left Aklavik N.W.T
Looking South - Aughion Church on left - RC church in Center - Hudson Bay Post on Right - Inuit camp Foreground - Eskimo Point - Nunavut
View S.S.W. across valley of Windy River to Windy hills (about 500') in foreground, spruce thicket and dwarf birch, also Charlie and Mike Sehineder on right.On upper left, see ancient beach terrace 100' above rive Nueltin Lake, N.W.Extremity, Nunavut
Left to right: Miller, Latady, Ferris, B.Kauffman, D.Molenaar, A.Kauffman Party on the summit of Mt. Dr. Elias (ca. 18,008') with Flags of Arctic Institute of North America. Mt. Dr. Elias Ascent
Base Camp Summit Lake - Looking west down Pangnirtung Pass. - Glacier 32 entering on left - The Mountain "Queen" last Summit on right - Baffin Island - Qikitualuk Region - Nunavut
On Lateral Moraine of glacier 32 - Looking North and moraines of Turner Glacier on Left - Glacier Lake in valley. Glacier 31 in back - Baffin Island - Qikitualuk Region - Nunavut
Glacier Lake with moraines of Turner - Glacier 32 on left - Baffin Island - Qikitualuk Region - Nunavut
Asgard (left) "Horn" (centre) small Lake frozen , Glacier Lake Baffin Island - Qikitualuk Region - Nunavut
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