Volumes translated in wakes of single drops of organic liquids rising through aqueous media have been measured. Organic drops studied comprised methyl isobutyl ketone, toluene, and toluene-carbon tetrachloride mixtures. Aqueous media comprised water and water-sugar solution. Distance of drop rise varied from 10 to 20 in. Drop size was varied such that Reynolds numbers of 40 to 800 were obtained. Volumes translated were nearly independent of distance for nonoscillating drops and decreased rapidly with distance for oscillating drops. Transition from nonoscillating to oscillating drops occurred at Reynolds number of 200. Measurements of drop velocities were also made.