Scott Polar Research Institute:

The Herbert G. Ponting Archive of over 1,700 large-format glass plate negatives taken during the British Antarctic (Terra Nova) Expedition, 1910-1913, is held at the Scott Polar Research Institute in the University of Cambridge.
Founded in 1920 as the British national memorial to those who died during the expedition, the Scott Polar Research Institute is the oldest international centre for polar research. The Institute remains a centre of excellence in the study of the Antarctic and Arctic, and houses the world’s premier polar library, extensive archives on the history of polar exploration, and a museum with displays of both the historical and contemporary scientific significance of the polar regions.