Due to original recording/condition: Reel 1: Vertical scratches visible throughout; 16 frames per second; Debris in camera gate visible. Reel 2: Vertical scratches visible throughout; 16 frames per second; Debris in camera gate visible.
36. Tuolumne 1948
Film shows making knots, rope work, and rock scrambling. Footage of camping and hiking trips from The Trailfinders, an organization founded in Southern California in 1915.
2 Reels of 2
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