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Cats in 20th Century History-Mrs. Chippy The stowaway Blackborow and Mrs. Chippy, cats in history, famous cats

Perce Blackborow (age with Mrs. Chippy, ship’s cat, on board the Endurance, Shackleton's expedition to Antarctica; photo by Frank Hurley, 1914

Tom Crean and Third Officer Alfred Cheetham

Tom Crean, always affable, with Alf Cheetham on the Endurance expedition. Crean was Officer and Cheetham Officer.

Dogs aboard the Endurance expedition date (1914-1916) - Ernest Shackleton and Frank Wild.

The Quest for Frank Wild - picture preview

Dogs aboard the Endurance expedition date - Ernest Shackleton and Frank Wild.

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A century after British explorer Robert Scott reached the South Pole, "incredibly rich," rarely seen pictures give an inside look at the ill-fated expedition.

Second Officer, Tom Crean, on board Shackleton's 'Endurance': Frank Hurley c1912-1915

Second Officer, Tom Crean, on board Shackleton's 'Endurance': Frank Hurley ~ One of my favorite portraits of all time.

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This Ross Dependency stamp is one of the most impressive joint images of Ernest Shackleton and Robert Falcon Scott, colleagues and rivals in.

Frank Worsley, Ernest Shackleton, and Tom Crean After the Voyage of the Endurance (1917)

Frank Worsley, Ernest Shackleton, and Tom Crean After the Voyage of the Endurance

Magnificent The most impressive photos of Antarctica from the early 20th century Check more at http://oddstuffmagazine.com/impressive-photos-antarctica-early-20th-century.html

Leonard Hussey and Samson, members of the Endurance expedition. Photo by Frank Hurley, 1915

Man with hair centre-parted, wearing high white collar with tie, and a dark jacket. His facial expression is serious

Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton was an Anglo-Irish explorer who participated in four British expeditions to the Antarctic, of which he led three.

Frank Hurley 1885-1962.    Renowned photographer of Shackleton's Antarctic expedition, War photographer and much more....

Frank Hurley 'The Mad Photographer' Renowned photographer of Shackleton's Antarctic expedition, War photographer and much more.

Frank Debenham (1883-1965), Antarctic scientist and geographer, and a Plane Table by Herbert Ponting

Frank Debenham Antarctic scientist and geographer, and a Plane Table by Herbert Ponting

The castaways adrift on the sea ice, Sir Ernest Shackleton and Frank Wild are standing together at the left of the picture - Ocean Camp, Weddell Sea during the 'Endurance' 1914 - 1916 expedition to the Antarctic led by Shackleton.

The castaways adrift on the sea ice, Sir Ernest Shackleton and Frank Wild are standing together at the left of the picture - Ocean Camp, Weddell Sea during the 'Endurance' 1914 - 1916 expedition to the Antarctic led by Shackleton.

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