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Photograph shows two teenage girls standing at the edge of a stream. One of the girls is crouched down and is looking up at the second teenager. She has something in her left hand. The second girl is standing sideways and is reaching out with her right arm. They are in a wooded area, which is probably at the YWCA's Camp Ayun Mapu in Big Basin, California. The YWCA's Camp Ayun Mapu at Big Basin near Boulder Creek attracted about 150 girls for two week sessions in the summer. From Fran Smith, "Breaking Ground:The Daring Women of the YWCA in the Santa Clara Valley, 1905-2005," (2005), p. 51. Big Basin became a state park in 1902.