Correll & Laseron, taken
on floe ice at the Western Base
Percy Edward Correll (19) -
Mawson 1911-1914 Mechanic and
Single, a student in Science of the Adelaide University.
He joined the Expedition as Mechanician and Assistant Physicist. He
was a member of the Main Base Party accompanying the Eastern Coastal
Party during their sledging journey. He spent three summers and one
winter in the Antarctic, acting as colour photographer during the final
cruise of the `Aurora'.
From Appendix 1, Mawson - Heart of the Antarctic
Landmarks named after Percy Correll
Feature Type: summit
Description: A nunatak lying within the western part of
Mertz Glacier, about 13 mi S of Aurora Peak. Discovered by the AAE (1911-14)
under Douglas Mawson, who named it for Percy E. Correll, mechanic with