Trails. San Francisco: The California Alpine Club, 1921 (volume 1, number 2). 24x16 cm, single issue, illustrations, original light gray wrappers printed in black, side stapled. The second of the four annual issues, published 1920-1923. Articles pertaining to the High Sierra in this issue are: "The 1921 Sierra Trip" by Thos. W. Jones, pp. -6, "Notes on the History of the Middle Fork of Kings River" by Francis P. Farquhar, pp. 7-10, "The Ascent of Kettle Dome" by Herman Ulrich, pp. 17-19, "A Hungry Night" by Don Bergman, pp. 20-22, "A Dream Come True" by Marianna Staniels, pp. 23-24, "Trouting in the Sierras" by M. F. Murphy, pp. 26-31, "Fifty Highest Named Peaks in California" compiled by Jonathan E. Webb and Paul Thelen, p. 33, "Placing the Register on North Palisade" by Jonathan E. Webb, pp. 34-37, "A Forced Camp Above Timberline" by Wm. A. Horsefall, pp. -47, "Climbing University Peak" by Don Webb, pp. 56-58, and uncredited "1922 Outing Prospectus," p. 62. The proposed 1922 Outing was the watershed of the Middle Fork of the San Joaquin River. Front cover stained, else a very good copy. (#167216).
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