Frank Leslie Stillwell
Stillwell was educated at Melbourne University and joined the Australasian Antarctic Expedition (1911–1914) as geologist. He spent 17 months in Antarctica under Douglas Mawson. He was stationed at the Main Base at Commonwealth Bay.
Stillwell joined the Royal Society of Victoria 1910 and served as president 1953–1954.
- Frank Leslie Stillwell 1888-1963 Australian Academy of Science
- Arthur A. Wilcock, 'Stillwell, Frank Leslie (1888 - 1963)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 12, MUP, 1990, pp 94–95.
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