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Wyprawy na Mount Everest w latach 20 (12)

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On a partly cloudy day, from 28,000 feet above sea level on Mount Everest in the spring of 1924. At the time, the image's original caption said, this was "the highest point in the world at which photographs have ever been taken." (Times Wide World Photos)
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Information on the back of a photograph of Mount Everest on a partly cloudy day, from 28,000 feet above sea level in the spring of 1924. At the time, the image's original caption said, this was "the highest point in the world at which photographs have ever been taken." (Times Wide World Photos)
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Makalu, Earth's fifth highest peak, overlooks a 1921 Mount Everest expedition's camp at Pethang Ringmo. The expedition was led by Col. Charles Howard-Bury. Four of the five tallest mountains in the world are found in the Himalayas. (The New York Times)
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**EDS: PHOTOGRAPH WAS RETOUCHED BEFORE ITS ORIGINAL PUBLICATION.** Members of a 1922 expedition, shown camped at 22,500 feet on Mount Everest. Two of them climbed to just above 27,000 feet -- using bottled oxygen -- the highest any expedition had reached at that point. Their record was broken by Edward Norton in 1924. (The New York Times)
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A group of hikers camped near the town of Shekar Dzong during a 1921 reconnaissance expedition of Mount Everest. At the time, Nepal was closed to foreigners, so any approach to Everest had to be made from the Tibetan side. (The New York Times)
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Members of a 1922 expedition, shown camped at 22,500 feet on Mount Everest. Two of them climbed to just above 27,000 feet -- using bottled oxygen -- the highest any expedition had reached at that point. Their record was broken by Edward Norton in 1924. (The New York Times)
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The paymaster of a 1924 Mount Everest expedition took the fingerprints of some of the often overlooked people from the region who assisted the team. (The New York Times)
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Capt. John Noel, a photographer and filmmaker who accompanied the Royal Geographical Society's 1922 expedition up Mount Everest -- the first documented attempt to summit the highest peak on earth, on the mountain in August, 1922. Using a telephoto lens, he captured George Finch and Capt. John Geoffrey Bruce's progress in a short film, "Climbing Mt. Everest," the first motion picture made at that high an altitude. (The New York Times)
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Members of the Royal Geographical Society's 1922 expedition up Mount Everest camped near the top of the peak. The crew made three attempts to reach the summit of Everest that spring. After the third try -- during which an avalanche killed seven porters -- the team gave up and returned to its Rongbuk Glacier camp. (The New York Times)
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Members of a 1921 reconnaissance expedition, which laid the groundwork for the 1922 summit attempt. Standing from left are Dr. Sandy Wollaston, a physician and naturalist; Colonel Howard-Bury; Dr. Alexander Heron, a geologist; and Harold Raeburn, a mountaineer. Seated from left are George Mallory, a climbing expert; Capt. Edward Wheeler, a photographic surveyor; Guy Bullock, another climber; and Maj. Henry Morshead, a surveyor. (The New York Times)
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Rongbuk Glacier, which is about seven miles from the northern slope of the mountain, during a 1921 reconnaissance expedition of Mount Everest. After determining that the northern approach was impassable, the expedition moved east. (The New York Times)
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Members of a 1921 Mount Everest expedition, led by Col. Charles Howard-Bury, pictured here seated. Four of the five tallest mountains in the world are found in the Himalayas. (The New York Times)
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