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Robert Falcon Scott's Pole party of his ill-fated expedition, from left to right at the Pole: Oates (standing), Bowers (sitting), Scott (standing in front of Union Jack flag on pole), Wilson (sitting), Evans (standing). Bowers took this photograph, using a piece of string to operate the camera shutter.

Date 17 January 1912
Source Huxley, Leonard (ed) (1913) " The Return from the Pole" in Scott's Last Expedition (Volume 1 ed.), New York, United States: Dodd, Mead and Company, pp. Opposite p. 374 Retrieved on 3 November 2011.
Author Henry Bowers (1883–1912)
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