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Emma Reimann winner of the third Women's Hike (Dipsea Race)
Lloyd Roach?
Ralph Sterner
Date Created and/or Issued
1921 May 15
Publication Information
Mill Valley Public Library
Mark M Reese, 2789 17th Street, Sacramento, CA 95818
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
1921 May 15
Copyright by Mill Valley Public Library
Long time Mill Valley resident, Emma Reimann, is seen on the old road, just east of highway 1, running in the third Women's Hike. She won that year in 1:16:05. She received two prizes, a silver cup and a pearl necklace. Reimann was the most successful of all competitors in the pioneering Dipsea Women's Hikes of 1918-1922. She finished second in 1919 and 1920 and was the only double winner of the Women's Hikes in 1921 and 1922. Reimann's 1922 time of 1:12:06 for the rugged crossing from Mill Valley to Stinson Beach would not be surpassed until 1969.
1 photographic print: 12.5 x 17.5 cm.
photo cabinet 1, Dipsea Race; negative 1856
Runners (Sports)
Running races
Dipsea Race
Dipsea Hike for Women
Emma Reimann
Mill Valley (Calif.)
Mount Tamalpais
Stinson Beach (Calif.)
Selected photograph from page 224 of "The Dipsea Race: The history of America's second oldest footrace" by Mark M Reese; Selected photograph from page 168 of “The Dipsea: the greatest race” by Barry Spitz; Selected photograph from page 201 of "Mill Valley The Early Years" by Barry Spitz

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