The following program has been prepared for the scientific activities of an observatory at Fort Conger, the station occupied in 1882 by General A. W. Greely, should means offer for its reoccupation in 1932-33 during the second International Polar Year.Material should be taken for the construction of two observatories suitable for occupation throughout the period of the work. These buildings should be well built to provide a satisfactory housing for high-sensitivity instruments. The base of main observatory should be built on ground giving an unobstructed view of the horizon on Ellesmere Island to the west of Robeson Channel and as close to the Channel as possible. The second observatory should be located east of Robeson Channel on the Greenland ice-field at the greatest elevation visible from the base-observatory. Each building should be long enough to house a generator and radio transmitter at one end without interfering with magnetic instruments at the other end of the building. The central portion of each building should consist of a low two-story observatory, the upper room of which would be octagonal with an observational window in each wall. Each window should be provided with triple sashes with plate-glass. The center of the ceiling of the room should be built for the mounting of a ten-inch helioscope. In addition to these permanent observatories there should be two temporary shelters for use during daylight.