The South Pole not a Fixed Point. How the Position of the Pole Shifts in Relation to the Heavens and How the Rotation Point Shifts of the Earth Itself [with] Two Points of Antarctic Work Explained. Illustrated by Views Obtained During Captain Scott's Earlier Journeys.

London: The Sphere, 1913. Paperback. Single sheet from London publication, for February 22, 1913. Page 201. With full page diagram of the earth seen from space, with the irregular oscillatory motion of the pole from 1905 to 1910 drawn in white line below the South Pole. Explanatory caption below the illustration. On the verso, page 202. With two large b&w photographs: "Tent and Equipment for Three Men", showing Cyclometer Wheel for Recording Distance; and "Winds-Swept Snow" - Showing How "Sastrugi" may interfere with Good Going. Explanatory captions between the photographs. Very good condition. Item #17080

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