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Auguste Piccard

Prof. Auguste Piccard who was gone up in a balloon higher than any other man, being shown the first photography ever made of the shadow of the moon on clouds in Washington, Jan. 13, 1933. It was made by Capt. Albert W. Stevens, high-flying photographic expert, during the 1932 eclipse. In the group from left to right are Dr. G.H. Grosvenor, President of the National Geographic Society, Prof. Piccard and his brother Dr. Jean Piccard, and Dr. J.C La Gorce of the Geographic Society. Prof. Piccard gave his first lecture since arrival in this country, in Washington on January 13. (AP Photo)

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330113032
January 13, 1933 12:00:00 AM
August 04, 2010 04:42:21 PM
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
21914 HARDCOPY PRINT
2990 x 2398 3.49 MB
Washington, DIST. OF COLUMBIA, United States
APHS340379
IP NC

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