From a slightly later journal, most probably the spring of 1929, comes Ron’s etched impressions from a two-thousand foot precipice along the Great Wall. The entry is particularly significant for the subsequent LRH photograph from these same ramparts. Capturing a full seven turns of the legendary ramparts, the shot would eventually amaze readers of National Geographic and various high school texts.
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