The British Antarctic Expedition, 1910 - 1913 (leader Robert Falcon Scott) spent two winters at Cape Evans on Ross Island. Extensive scientific investigations and exploration was conducted along the coast of Victoria Land and on the Ross Ice Shelf. The first cin documentary film of an Antarctic expedition, 90° South was made. After reaching the pole on 17 January 1912 Scott and his five companions perished during the return journey. The collection comprises of letters, journals and diaries written by Bruce during the expedition.
- MS 402/1-4;BJ Journals kept during the expedition, 4 volumes (1 for each year) holograph
- MS 280/11/BJ Zoological log kept during the expedition [Note on cover says log written by Commander H.L.L.Pennell,R.N. 1 volume
- MS 1488/2;BJ Letter to Kathleen Scott (his sister), 27 February to 26 March 1911. In [Scott Robert Falcon] Scott's last expedition. Kathleen Scott's copy, Volume 2, facing p. 502 [Long account of activities of ship's party in early stages of expedition] 8 leaves, holograph
- MS 1192;D Letter to Miss Guennie Bruce, 23 January 1913 [Records briefly the death of Scott and the members of the pole party] 1 leaf holograph (Xerox)
- MS 606;D Letter to Miss Phobe May, 23 January 1913 [Tribute to Scott's character]