Interviews with Trans Antarctic Expedition Members 1958

Dr. Paul Dalrymple was the micrometeorologist at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in January, 1958 when the British Trans Antarctic Expedition stopped there on the way to complete the historic first crossing of Antarctica. Paul made these recordings with 10 members of the expedition during their stay at Pole. Included in those interviewed are Expedition Leader Dr. Vivian Fuchs, later knighted for this accomplishment, and Peter Mulgrew, mountaineering companion of Sir Edmund Hillary who died in the 1979 DC-10 crash on Mt. Erebus.