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Minaret Range
Minaret Range
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[Peaks - Minaret Range]. East face of Ritter - first ascent of John Muir trail, 1873 feet from top of glacier. SEP74P5. Yosemite Original. HW [Copyright Unknown]. A-26-43-023
Rose Beal seated on rock with plaque dedicated to John Muir.
Rose Beal seated on rock with plaque dedicated to John Muir.
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Rose Beal seated on rock with plaque dedicated to John Muir.
Region Four Area Superintendents with Reg. Dir. O.A. Tomlinson. LEFT TO RIGHT: STANDING: Hugh Peyton, Millerton Lake; Ernest Leavitt, Crater Lake; Carl Russell, Yosemite; Preston Macy, Olympic; Oscar W. Carlton, Asst. Supt. Sequoia-Kings; William H. Gibbs, Pinnacles; Frank R. Givens, Joshua Tree; and Walter Finn, Muir Woods. KNEELING: Donald M. Robinson, Cabrillo N.M.; Eivind Scoyen, Sequoia-Kings; John C. Preston, Mt. Ranier, Don Fisher, Lava Beds; Grant H. Pearson, Mt. McKinley; and Ben C. Miller, Sitka N.M. SEATED: Francis R. Oberhansley, Hawaii; Robert K. Weldon, Whitman N.M.; Tom R Goodwin, Death Valley; O.A. Tomlinson, Regional Director, Region Four; Dan T. Tobin, Lassen Volcanic; Sam Houston, Craters of the Moon.
Region Four Area Superintendents with Reg. Dir. O.A. Tomlinson. LEFT TO RIGHT: STANDING: Hugh Peyton, Millerton Lake; Ernest Leavitt, Crater Lake; Carl Russell, Yosemite; Preston Macy, Olympic; Oscar W. Carlton, Asst. Supt. Sequoia-Kings; William H. Gibbs,
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Region Four Area Superintendents with Reg. Dir. O.A. Tomlinson. LEFT TO RIGHT: STANDING: Hugh Peyton, Millerton Lake; Ernest Leavitt, Crater Lake; Carl Russell, Yosemite; Preston Macy, Olympic; Oscar W. Carlton, Asst. Supt. Sequoia-Kings; William H. Gibbs, Pinnacles; Frank R. Givens, Joshua Tree; and Walter Finn, Muir Woods. KNEELING: Donald M. Robinson, Cabrillo N.M.; Eivind Scoyen, Sequoia-Kings; John C. Preston, Mt. Ranier, Don Fisher, Lava Beds; Grant H. Pearson, Mt. McKinley; and Ben C. Miller, Sitka N.M. SEATED: Francis R. Oberhansley, Hawaii; Robert K. Weldon, Whitman N.M.; Tom R Goodwin, Death Valley; O.A. Tomlinson, Regional Director, Region Four; Dan T. Tobin, Lassen Volcanic; Sam Houston, Craters of the Moon.
Region Four Area Superintendents with Reg. Dir. O.A. Tomlinson. LEFT TO RIGHT: STANDING: Hugh Peyton, Millerton Lake; Ernest Leavitt, Crater Lake; Carl Russell, Yosemite; Preston Macy, Olympic; Oscar W. Carlton, Asst. Supt. Sequoia-Kings; William H. Gibbs, Pinnacles; Frank R. Givens, Joshua Tree; and Walter Finn, Muir Woods. KNEELING: Donald M. Robinson, Cabrillo N.M.; Eivind Scoyen, Sequoia-Kings; John C. Preston, Mt. Ranier, Don Fisher, Lava Beds; Grant H. Pearson, Mt. McKinley; and Ben C. Miller, Sitka N.M. SEATED: Francis R. Oberhansley, Hawaii; Robert K. Weldon, Whitman N.M.; Tom R Goodwin, Death Valley; O.A. Tomlinson, Regional Director, Region Four; Dan T. Tobin, Lassen Volcanic; Sam Houston, Craters of the Moon.
Region Four Area Superintendents with Reg. Dir. O.A. Tomlinson. LEFT TO RIGHT: STANDING: Hugh Peyton, Millerton Lake; Ernest Leavitt, Crater Lake; Carl Russell, Yosemite; Preston Macy, Olympic; Oscar W. Carlton, Asst. Supt. Sequoia-Kings; William H. Gibbs,
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Region Four Area Superintendents with Reg. Dir. O.A. Tomlinson. LEFT TO RIGHT: STANDING: Hugh Peyton, Millerton Lake; Ernest Leavitt, Crater Lake; Carl Russell, Yosemite; Preston Macy, Olympic; Oscar W. Carlton, Asst. Supt. Sequoia-Kings; William H. Gibbs, Pinnacles; Frank R. Givens, Joshua Tree; and Walter Finn, Muir Woods. KNEELING: Donald M. Robinson, Cabrillo N.M.; Eivind Scoyen, Sequoia-Kings; John C. Preston, Mt. Ranier, Don Fisher, Lava Beds; Grant H. Pearson, Mt. McKinley; and Ben C. Miller, Sitka N.M. SEATED: Francis R. Oberhansley, Hawaii; Robert K. Weldon, Whitman N.M.; Tom R Goodwin, Death Valley; O.A. Tomlinson, Regional Director, Region Four; Dan T. Tobin, Lassen Volcanic; Sam Houston, Craters of the Moon.
Superintendents at Yosemite Fire Conference for Region Four. L-R: back row- Preston Macy, Olympic; Jim Cole, Joshua Tree; Ernest Leavitt, Crater Lake; Colonel White, Sequoia; Don Fisher, Lava Beds; Front- Harry Buckley, Silver Creek Rec. Area; John Preston, Mt. Ranier; Frank A. Kittredge, Yosemite; Ray Goodwin, Death Valley; Walter Finn, Muir Woods
Superintendents at Yosemite Fire Conference for Region Four. L-R: back row- Preston Macy, Olympic; Jim Cole, Joshua Tree; Ernest Leavitt, Crater Lake; Colonel White, Sequoia; Don Fisher, Lava Beds; Front- Harry Buckley, Silver Creek Rec. Area; John Preston
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Superintendents at Yosemite Fire Conference for Region Four. L-R: back row- Preston Macy, Olympic; Jim Cole, Joshua Tree; Ernest Leavitt, Crater Lake; Colonel White, Sequoia; Don Fisher, Lava Beds; Front- Harry Buckley, Silver Creek Rec. Area; John Preston, Mt. Ranier; Frank A. Kittredge, Yosemite; Ray Goodwin, Death Valley; Walter Finn, Muir Woods
Superintendents at Yosemite Fire Conference for Region Four. L-R: back row- Preston Macy, Olympic; Jim Cole, Joshua Tree; Major Tomlinson, Regional Director; Colonel White, Sequoia; Ernest Leavitt, Crater Lake; Don Fisher, Lava Beds; Front- Harry Buckley, Silver Creek Rec. Area; John Preston, Mt. Ranier; Frank A. Kittredge, Yosemite; Ray Goodwin, Death Valley; Jimmy Lloyd, Lassen; Walter Finn, Muir Woods
Superintendents at Yosemite Fire Conference for Region Four. L-R: back row- Preston Macy, Olympic; Jim Cole, Joshua Tree; Major Tomlinson, Regional Director; Colonel White, Sequoia; Ernest Leavitt, Crater Lake; Don Fisher, Lava Beds; Front- Harry Buckley,
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Superintendents at Yosemite Fire Conference for Region Four. L-R: back row- Preston Macy, Olympic; Jim Cole, Joshua Tree; Major Tomlinson, Regional Director; Colonel White, Sequoia; Ernest Leavitt, Crater Lake; Don Fisher, Lava Beds; Front- Harry Buckley, Silver Creek Rec. Area; John Preston, Mt. Ranier; Frank A. Kittredge, Yosemite; Ray Goodwin, Death Valley; Jimmy Lloyd, Lassen; Walter Finn, Muir Woods
Frank Bayley Ewing and Grace Sovulewski Ewing upon retirement from NPS. Ewing, Frank Bayley. Born Rattlesnake Bar, Eldorado County, Calif. June 8, 1885. Grandfather on mother's side was partner of Marshall who discovered gold at Sutters Hill. Married Grace Charlotte Sovuleski. Employed with U.S. Geodetic Survey; came to Yosemite as Ranger April 16, 1916; became Asst. General Foreman January 1, 1919 and Asst. Park Supervisor in charge of Roads and Trails May 1, 1920. Retired from National Park Service June 30, 1950. Frank Ewing organized pack trip for Stephen T. Mather and a large group of his friends who went over the John Muir Trail during the summer of 1915.
Frank Bayley Ewing and Grace Sovulewski Ewing upon retirement from NPS. Ewing, Frank Bayley. Born Rattlesnake Bar, Eldorado County, Calif. June 8, 1885. Grandfather on mother's side was partner of Marshall who discovered gold at Sutters Hill. Married Grace
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Frank Bayley Ewing and Grace Sovulewski Ewing upon retirement from NPS. Ewing, Frank Bayley. Born Rattlesnake Bar, Eldorado County, Calif. June 8, 1885. Grandfather on mother's side was partner of Marshall who discovered gold at Sutters Hill. Married Grace Charlotte Sovuleski. Employed with U.S. Geodetic Survey; came to Yosemite as Ranger April 16, 1916; became Asst. General Foreman January 1, 1919 and Asst. Park Supervisor in charge of Roads and Trails May 1, 1920. Retired from National Park Service June 30, 1950. Frank Ewing organized pack trip for Stephen T. Mather and a large group of his friends who went over the John Muir Trail during the summer of 1915.
President Theodore Roosevelt and John Muir riding down Yosemite Valley near Camp 19, followed by Archie Leonard (behind John Muir) and Charles Leidig (behind T. R.), rangers. Original taen by Southern Pacific Photographer.
President Theodore Roosevelt and John Muir riding down Yosemite Valley near Camp 19, followed by Archie Leonard (behind John Muir) and Charles Leidig (behind T. R.), rangers. Original taen by Southern Pacific Photographer.
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President Theodore Roosevelt and John Muir riding down Yosemite Valley near Camp 19. For six weeks, Roosevelt traveled across America. As a part of this, he went on a 3 day trip in Yosemite with John Muir, 2 local packers (Archie Leonard and Charlie Leidig), and no secret service. Roosevelt chose to camp in the Mariposa Grove rather than stay at the Wawona Hotel. He said the grove was "a temple greater than any human architect could by any possibility build." John Muir admitted that during their trip, "I stuffed him pretty well regarding the timber thieves, and the destructive work of lumbermen and other spoilers of the forest." When it snowed overnight on their camp at Glacier Point, Roosevelt said, "This is bullier yet." Upon arriving down into the valley (as this picture shows), Roosevelt told the reporters and crowds that "We were in a snowstorm last night and it was just what I wanted." A few years later, in 1906, Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Grove re-ceded to the United States for inclusion in the N
Pres. Teddy Roosevelt party under the Grizzly Giant in Mariposa Grove. With him are Gov. Pardee, John Muir and Benjamin Ide Wheeler.
Pres. Teddy Roosevelt party under the Grizzly Giant in Mariposa Grove. With him are Gov. Pardee, John Muir and Benjamin Ide Wheeler.
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Pres. Teddy Roosevelt party under the Grizzly Giant in Mariposa Grove. With him are Gov. Pardee, John Muir and Benjamin Ide Wheeler.
John Muir and Teddy Roosevelt at Glacier Point.
John Muir and Teddy Roosevelt at Glacier Point.
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John Muir and Teddy Roosevelt at Glacier Point.
Teddy Roosevelt and John Muir.
Teddy Roosevelt and John Muir.
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Teddy Roosevelt and John Muir.
John Muir in the Mariposa Grove. Glass plate negative, cracked. See also RL-17,138 (positive and negative of this same image).
John Muir in the Mariposa Grove. Glass plate negative, cracked. See also RL-17,138 (positive and negative of this same image).
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John Muir in the Mariposa Grove. Glass plate negative, cracked. See also RL-17,138 (positive and negative of this same image).
Positive and negative of YM-20,104 image. Negative #: RL-17,138 & YM-20,104
Positive and negative of YM-20,104 image. Negative #: RL-17,138 & YM-20,104
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Positive and negative of YM-20,104 image. Negative #: RL-17,138 & YM-20,104
YOSE RL_15417
YOSE RL_15417
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YOSE RL_15417
Photo of John Muir and John Burroughs in Sequoia-Kings' collection. copied by Michael Dixon. copied 1983.
Photo of John Muir and John Burroughs in Sequoia-Kings' collection. copied by Michael Dixon. copied 1983.
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Photo of John Muir and John Burroughs in Sequoia-Kings' collection. copied by Michael Dixon. copied 1983.
YM #9132. Note - Muir's face is blurred in this image.
YM #9132. Note - Muir's face is blurred in this image.
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YM #9132. Note - Muir's face is blurred in this image.
John Muir at Lamon's funeral. From Fagersteen's stereograph #6924. Copied June 1981.
John Muir at Lamon's funeral. From Fagersteen's stereograph #6924. Copied June 1981.
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John Muir at Lamon's funeral. From Fagersteen's stereograph #6924. Copied June 1981.
The barn is original built by the elder Muir, John and his brothers. This barn has hewn log beams, fi... feet in length, taken from the adjoining woods. Copied June 1981.
The barn is original built by the elder Muir, John and his brothers. This barn has hewn log beams, fi... feet in length, taken from the adjoining woods. Copied June 1981.
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The barn is original built by the elder Muir, John and his brothers. This barn has hewn log beams, fi... feet in length, taken from the adjoining woods. Copied June 1981.
John Muir's "Cosmic Calling Card". copied by Howard Weamer, copied March 26, 1974
John Muir's "Cosmic Calling Card". copied by Howard Weamer, copied March 26, 1974
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John Muir's "Cosmic Calling Card". copied by Howard Weamer, copied March 26, 1974
John Muir at the Big Arroyo Camp, Kern Canyon.
John Muir at the Big Arroyo Camp, Kern Canyon.
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John Muir at the Big Arroyo Camp, Kern Canyon.
Copy of negative of Dassonville photo portrait. (Cat. #7323)
Copy of negative of Dassonville photo portrait. (Cat. #7323)
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Copy of negative of Dassonville photo portrait. (Cat. #7323)
Copy of negative of Dassonville photo portrait. (Cat. #8748)
Copy of negative of Dassonville photo portrait. (Cat. #8748)
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Copy of negative of Dassonville photo portrait. (Cat. #8748)
Lorne Hotel, formerly a residence where John Muir was born in Dunbar, Scotland on April 21, 1838. This remained the Muir family home until 1849. Boyhood home - actually born in the building to the left.
Lorne Hotel, formerly a residence where John Muir was born in Dunbar, Scotland on April 21, 1838. This remained the Muir family home until 1849. Boyhood home - actually born in the building to the left.
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Lorne Hotel, formerly a residence where John Muir was born in Dunbar, Scotland on April 21, 1838. This remained the Muir family home until 1849. Boyhood home - actually born in the building to the left.
John Muir.
John Muir.
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John Muir.