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Title
Skyline hike over the Muir Trail
Contributor
Albee, William
Date Created and/or Issued
1947~
Contributing Institution
San Francisco Public Library
Collection
California Revealed from San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library
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Description
Skyline hike over the Muir Trail. Title from can and film leader. Can is dented. Film looks color shifted towards. pink/red, but unsure if originally color or b/w. The Hikers: William Albee (Photographer), Ruth Albee, Bill (9 years), Jo-Evelyn (6 years). Includes shots and views of Tuolomne Meadows, Donohue Pass, Thousand Island Lake, Devil's Postpile, Silver Pass, King’s Canyon National Park, Sequoia National Park.
Type
moving image
Format
16mm film
Extent
1 Reel of 1
Identifier
F16-804
csf_00009
Subject
Hiking--California--John Muir Trail
John Muir Trail (Calif.)
Albee, William
Provenance
San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco History Center
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