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Photograph of Byrd (1888-1957) at the South Pole taken during United States Antarctic expedition. Byrd travelled to both the North and South...

Photograph of Byrd at the South Pole taken during United States Antarctic expedition. Byrd travelled to both the North and South.

1935 Grape Nuts Cereal Premium Rear Admiral Byrd Antartic Expedition Coloring Map.

1935 Grape Nuts Cereal Premium Rear Admiral Byrd Antartic Expedition Coloring Map.

From Admiral Byrd's second Antarctic Expedition, 1933-35. This photograph was taken at Little America. Byrd (on the left) and his team are looking at a map of Antarctia.

From Admiral Byrd's second Antarctic Expedition, This photograph was taken at Little America. Byrd (on the left) and his team are looking at a map of Antarctia.

Admiral Richard E. Byrd (via OSU). (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_E._Byrd)

The Geology Party, Conquering the Ice: Byrd's Flight to the South Pole

Supplies for Admiral Byrd - 1928

Supplies for Admiral Byrd - 1928

Richard E Byrd - Notable Masons who participated in the Oak Island treasure hunt - were the polar explorer Richard E. Byrd and hollywood cowboy actor John Wayne.

Richard E Byrd - Notable Masons who participated in the Oak Island treasure hunt - were the polar explorer Richard E. Byrd and hollywood cowboy actor John Wayne.

Disclosure whistle blowers say the first NASA images to come through to the control were Earth colored until someone tweaked the red...easy to fool people with compartmentalization

Disclosure whistle blowers say the first NASA images to come through to the control were Earth colored until someone tweaked the red.easy to fool people with compartmentalization

Adm. Richard E. Byrds' ship, the North Star, is anchored in Marguerite Bay near the East Camp during one of Byrds expeditions in the Antarct...

Byrds' ship, the North Star, is anchored in Marguerite Bay near the East Camp during one of Byrds expeditions in the Antarct.

Richard Evelyn Byrd - Google 검색

Commander Richard E. Byrd radios to say that he had made the first airplane flight over the South Pole.

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