Reginald James's talk at Manchester High School for Girls, 1920

Reginald James used a set of lantern slides to illustrate his talks in Manchester.

Enduring Eye visitor's watch connection to the Aurora

Details of a watch believed to have travelled with the Ross Sea Party on board the Aurora.

Sir Ernest Shackleton's visit to Manchester, 1909

Following his return from the British Antarctic (Nimrod) Expedition of 1907-1909 Sir Ernest Shackleton lectured at many venues across the UK, including at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester on Friday 5 November 1909.

Manchester referenced in letter from Reginald James to his Uncle Lou

Extract from a letter written by Reginald James, the expedition's physicist, to his Uncle Lou (Atkinson), from South Georgia, 11 November 1914.

Sir Ernest Shackleton's visit to Bolton, 1910

Sir Ernest Shackleton lectured across Manchester and the Northwest following his return from the British Antarctic (Nimrod) Expedition of 1907-1909.

Reginald James at The University of Manchester, 1928

After the Endurance Expedition and subsequent years during WW1 serving in Ypes, France in the Royal Engineers Sound Ranging Section, Reginald James settled in Manchester where he joined the staff of the Physics Department at Manchester University as Lecturer in 1919.

Annie Watson, Classics Mistress, Manchester High School for Girls

Annie Watson, aged 34, married Reginald James (the Endurance Expedition's physicist), 45, in Manchester on 23 December 1936.