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Recreational


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

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

George C. Roeding and Friends Hiking
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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