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World War I monument is erected by the California Alpine Club on the West Peak of Mount Tamalpais
Nancy Skinner
Date Created and/or Issued
November 9, 1919
Publication Information
Mill Valley Public Library
Scottwall Associates, 95 Scott Street, San Francisco, CA 94117
Contributing Institution
Mill Valley Public Library
Mill Valley History Photograph Collection
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Mill Valley Public Library
Mill Valley Public Library History Room, 375 Throckmorton Avenue, Mill Valley, CA, 94941, 415-389-4292 x131
November 9, 1919
Copyright by Mill Valley Public Library
A crowd is gathered at the dedication of the California Alpine Club's World War I monument on the West Peak of Mount Tamalpais. One man stands a top a pile of stones. The Air Force bulldozed the monument in the 1950's to build a base.
1 photographic print: 17.5 x 12.5 cm.
photo cabinet 1, Mount Tamalpais
Monuments & memorials
Mountain peaks
Mountain summits
California Alpine Club
Mount Tamalpais
Selected photograph from page 94 of "Mount Tamalpais A History" by Lincoln Fairley

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