Armstrong film of Sierra Club outings, 1936, 1939, 1954
Home movies of Yosemite and Sierra Club outings.
Notes on boxes: Reel 1: [Satr] Min King, 1936 Reel 2: Lake Mead Apr 15 1939 Reel 3: April 1939, Lake Mead and after Reel 4: Sierra Club July 1-14 1939, Muir Pass, Dusy Falls Reel 5: Sierra Club 7/1/39 to 7/14/39, Hutchinson Meadow, Evolution Falls, Colby Meadow Reel 6: Water views, Min King, July 4, 1954 Note accompanying reels: photographer H.K. "Army" Armstrong. My father, Army Armstrong, and mother, Clara Armstrong were long time S.C. members. We took many trips especially after the war. Army was a geologist. He lectured at campfires in the David Brower era. My mother took her grandchildren on later trips. e camped several years at Mineral King in the 1930s. They made many friends on the S.C. trips. Friends: Eliz and Morgan Cuthbertson - Atty, Ansel Adams, Albert Marshall, artist, Dot Pepper, teacher, Bill Davies, landscape architect, Cedric Wright, photographer, I worked in the 1952 Commissary with Charlotte Mauk & Ted. The maiden name was Judy Armstrong. It was an unforgettable experience. My sister, Sally, also worked in 1950 (?) Commissary. Sincerely, Mary (Judy) Tuverson. I hope the films can be of some interest.
6 Reels of 6
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