Frank Leslie Stillwell (1888 - 1963)
Biographical Notes

Geologist - Aurora 1911-1913

Frank Leslie Stillwell

Single, a graduate in Science of Melbourne University, Victoria. A member of the Main Base Party (Adélie Land) he acted as Geologist. F. L. Stillwell was leader of two sledging parties who did detail work for about sixty miles along the coast eastward of Winter Quarters.
From Appendix 1, Mawson - Heart of the Antarctic

Frank Stillwell went on to become an eminent geologist later biography

Landmarks named after Frank Leslie Stillwell

Feature Name: Stillwell Island
Feature Type: island
Latitude: 66°55'S
Longitude: 143°48'E
Description:  A small, steep rocky island, 0.25 mi in diameter, which is the largest member of the Way Archipelago. It lies at the W side of the entrance to Watt Bay, 1.5 mi NE of Garnet Point. Discovered by the AAE (1911-14) under Douglas Mawson.

Albatross on deck Stillwell Harrisson Hunter

Albatross on deck, Stillwell, Harrisson and Hunter
Frank Stillwell

Stillwell, plane tabling

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