Photographs of her arctic trip became scientific resources
1928 re-chartered the same ship to sail the arctic again but ended up lending its services to the search for missing sailors - hiring extra pilots for the search - and taking photos all along the way.
1931 chartered another ship for a scientific expedition into the arctic - taking photogramatry photos that Dr. Walter A Wood, a surveyor, was later able to use to put together a map of the area she had explored.
1933 partnered with American Geographical Society for arctic expedition to study glaciers and chart the fjords of Greenland
A fjord was named after her, Louise Boydland.
Always wore a camellia
1940 contacted by the US State Department to consult about Greenland
lost the remainder of her fortune due to some bad investments but was supported by friends for the last years of her life
Ashes were unable to be scattered over Louise Boydland as she had requested, so they were scattered over arctic Alaska, one of the last places she had visited.