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Mountain Scenes


Shaver Lake
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Shaver Lake...boating on the lake was a popular event

Shaver Lake 2
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Shaver Lake area ....camp site

Gray, Manheim, and Short Families Picnicking in the Redwoods (c. 1910)
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Before the automobile became affordable, traversing the mountains via horse and buggy or open-sided stagecoach could prove to be a difficult and was not... More

YWCA Camp Mar-y-Mac 1955
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In the early twentieth-century, the American Summer Camp Movement developed to remedy urban ills by giving city children, especially traditionally-sheltered... More

Picking Near a Fallen Redwood (c. 1918)
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Before the automobile became affordable, traversing the mountains via horse and buggy or open-sided stagecoach could prove to be a difficult and was not... More

Loggers Expressing the Size of a Redwood
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In addition to being a destination for vacationers, summer was high season for logging in the forests of the Sierra Nevada. Lumberjacks and their families,... More

Tollhouse Grade
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Thirty-five miles east of Fresno, the Tollhouse grade is a well-known inconvenience to anyone on their way to Shaver and Huntington Lakes. With the advent... More

Pushing Car Up Tollhouse Grade
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Thirty-five miles east of Fresno, the Tollhouse grade is a well-known inconvenience to anyone on their way to Shaver and Huntington Lakes. With the advent... More

Stagecoach to the Mountains
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Before the automobile became affordable, traversing the mountains via horse and buggy or open-sided stagecoach could prove to be a difficult and was not... More

Posing at the Wawona Tree
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The novelty of the huge redwood trees offered several photograph opportunities to prove to friends back home that visitors were not exaggerating on size of... More