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Photographer: Ponting, Herbert (1870-1935). Expedition: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13. Leader: Captain Robert Falcon Scott. Expedition member sits on two boxes marked 'Heinz Baked Beans', on the snow. He holds a can in one hand and a spoon in the other

© Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge

Boots, Fur Gloves, Goggles, Man, Parka, Snow

Crew of the ship Discovery. The Mess No.2 Featured Images Dated Print

Crew of the ship Discovery. The Mess No.2

Photographer: Reginald William Skelton (1872-1956). Expedition: British National Antarctic Expedition 1901-04 (Discovery). Crew members of the ship Discovery. A group of six men seated on deck of ship. Two of the men are holding cats and one man is holding a dog

© University of Cambridge

Cat, Dog, Men, Pipe, Rigging, Ship

Rymill, Watkins, Courtauld and Chapman at Base after Courtauld's relief Featured Images Dated Print

Rymill, Watkins, Courtauld and Chapman at Base after Courtauld's relief

Photographer: Cozens, Henry Iliffe (1904-1995). Expedition: British Arctic Air Route Expedition 1930-31. Leader: Henry George (Gino) Watkins. Date: 1930. John Rymill, Gino Watkins, Augustine Courtauld and Frederick Chapman, seated on a sledge. Augustine Courtauld, had remained alone at the Ice Cap Station to record meteorological conditions. He had rations and fuel to last for approximately three months, but due to terrible weather conditions it was not until he had been at the station for 150 days that a relief party was able to reach him, just as his fuel ran out

© Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge