Youngberg film of Sierra Club outings
Home movies created by F. C. Youngberg. shows Sierra Club members, leaders. includes Sierra Club organized trips to Sierra mountains in 1931, 1932, 1938, 1940, 1941. Includes trail guide, Ike Livermore.
Reel 1: Label on can: El Reposo, Cazadero Almaden 1931, Butano Forest Launch Ride 1931 #1 Notes on can: 1931 El Reposo, Austin Creek north of Russian River, Cuerno Creek?, Petaluma Creek, Almaden, Hotel Campground, Swimming at a pretty little lake, Family argument, learning aviation or "sumping", Butano Forest, Pigeon Point, Al fresco dining room, the swimming pool is in a fairy glade, a fern lined trail in the Ravine, Many travel in a special stage, touring bus, Sierra Clublaunch ride, McNears Point, She's not a cattle boat but calves were seen on board. Reel 2: Label on can: 1938 High Trip Reel #1 (#2), Devil's Post Pile, Rain-Bow Falls, Mono Recess Notes on can: 7/26/38 Pilot Knob, Conference of the Outing Committee, Glacier divide from camp, Annual Bandana Dance, Some spectators, Mono Creek, Beautiful lake in a beautiful setting, Ice and snow melting, Pine Creek Pass 7/30/38, 7/30/38 Homeward bound via Lake Tahoe, 2 men planned a Boat (rhymes), unlike??? that sailed the Bay, ready to move out -lout, wheels - start out, Neighbors stared to see boat move, Bay, Golden Gate Bridge, Jackie and Trig swimming, Te End 13:30 min Reel 3: Label on can: 1938 High Trip Reel #2, Boat Notes on can: Reel #2 1932 High Trip Reel #1 (color), Devils Post Pile, Rainbow Falls, Mono Recess, Mountains approached via Tioga Road, Geyser near Mammoth, Camp Red's Meadow joined the Sierra Club, Devil's Post Pile, Rainbow Falls middle fork San Joaquin River, The River above the falls, on the brink of the falls, The Falls and Rainbow, 7/13/38 Cannon of the Middle Fork San Joaquin River, The Balcony, The camp at Fish Creek, Down she goes!, The Bridge, The stream was too high & swift to ford, The commissary supplies carried by volunteers, Cascade Valley, Double Peak, 7/22/38 Silver Pass, Lake of the Lone Indian, Patricia & Dan, Pack train reached Silver Pass, 10,600 ft Silver Pass summit Mount Dan?, Spring flowers in bloom, 7/24/38 Mono Recess, 7/26/38 Selden Pass, clouds, The pass 10,708 ft, Sallie Keyes Lae, Piute Creek / French Canyon, The Rocky Gorge Reel 4: Label on can: 1940 High Horse Trip Reel 2 #10, Fair first year 1938? Notes on can: Fresh veg, Winifred from Fresno (sun-kissed maiden), Lelah, Piute Creek, Pilot Knob 8/19/40, Piute Pass 11,000 ft, North Lake, Ike Livermore Stable Manager, Gene, Monte, & I took Tioga Pass home, Fishing at Dana Fork, Parsons Lodge Tuoloumne Meadows 8/23/40, Unicorn 8/23/40, Golden Gate Exposition 1940, Markt Street, Ferry, 1940 re-opening of fair, Gayway concessions, jungle camp, Japanese display, Pixie Inn [Dixie Inn?], pedal propelled boats, Closing day, Missions trails, Gayway lighted at night Reel 5: Label on can: High Sierra Pack Trip 1941 #9 Notes on can: Sierra Club, Dana Point , Mammoth Peak 12,500 ft, Parker Pass, Mono Lake, Rush Creek Camp, Rush Creek, Banner Peak, Thousand Island Lake 7/31/41, Sierra Club base camp at Garret Lake, Lake Ed 134, Minarets, Iceberg Lake Trail, Mr. O.E. DeWiese, Lunch Mule at Rod's Meadow, Volcanic Cinder Cone, John Muir Trail Cascade Valley, Minnow Creek Trail, Dr. Wilbur Bailey, Picnic, Grass Lake, Nexy day - Silver Creek, Silver Pass, Lunch mule - chef, Mono Recess, 8/8/41 last day's ride, Tioga Lodge, Last view, Bridgeport
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