A Bygone Era: Yosemite in the 1940s (video)

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Yosemite 1940s

Here’s an interesting archive reel from the 1940s of Yosemite National Park. Oh…how different things were back then.

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2 commentsOn A Bygone Era: Yosemite in the 1940s (video)

  • Glenn Wiliams

    Very interesting filmclip. The bear feeding is especially interesting (and cringe-worthy!) I also enjoyed the brief shots of Yellowstone and Mount Rainier in the downhill ski portion. Ah, the days of winter promotions in the parks! And, seriously… dogsledding! This is a wonderful snapshot of a bygone era in the parks.

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