National Geographic 125 Years: Legendary Photographs, Adventures, and Discoveries That Changed the World

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    JAPAN | 1912 In a hand-tinted picture, a Japanese girl
    has a “wail” of a good time playing her traditional
    three-stringed samisen. (Eliza R. Scidmore, p. 77) Click here for a larger image

    AFGHANISTAN | 1984 Editor Bill Garrett had a fabulous
    eye: It was he who plucked this Kodachrome frame from a
    pile of rejects and made it the most famous cover image in
    the magazine’s history. (Steve McCurry, p. 244) Click here for a larger image

    CANADA | 1909 Portrait of the explorer as a cold
    man: Whether Robert E. Peary and his assistant,
    Matthew Henson, reached the North Pole in 1909
    or not, they came closer to that goal than anyone
    before them. (Robert E. Peary Collection, NGS, p. 61) Click here for a larger image


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