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The Observation Tower on East Peak was the ultimate destination for tourists who, on Feb 12, 1922, included two sailors, two respectable married couples, and a couple of boys in caps.
1 photographic print; 21 x 26 cm.
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt8779r1g7 CMLPL_041 photo cabinet 1, Mount Tamalpais
Mountains Fire lookout stations Mountain Peaks Rocks
Mount Tamalpais East Peak
Selected photograph from page 82 of ""Mount Tamalpais A History"" by Lincoln Fairley