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This is the complete collection of surviving photographs from the Endurance expedition to Antarctica (1914-17). It has pictures of the Endurance trapped in the pack ice, life on board and then on the ice, the launching of the James Caird, life on Elephant Island, and the long-awaited rescue.
Frank Hurley (1885-1962) was born in Sydney and published his first photograph in 1905. He became known for dramatic images taken at considerable risk to himself, and joined the Endurance expedition in 1914. He is now recognized as one of the pioneers of photography and documentary film-making.