A Bygone Era: Yosemite in the 1940s (video)In History, video Here’s an interesting archive reel from the 1940s of Yosemite National Park. Oh…how different things were back then. Share Tweet Topics: 1940s featured History video Previous Post Photo of the Day: Light on Bridalveil by Victor Cajiao Next Post New Organization Debuts in Yosemite – The Yosemite Conservancy Loyd For over 30 years I've enjoyed hiking, backpacking, fishing, photographing and exploring Yosemite and the Sierra Nevada. More About the Author. You may also read!Yosemite Open for Firefall but Reservations Required February 18, 2021 2536 0 CommentsBy: Loyd If you're planning on visiting Yosemite to take in the world famous firefall over the next couple of weeksRead More...Yosemite Closed March 22, 2020 5227 0 CommentsBy: Loyd UPDATE: Yosemite National Park is open but reservations from recreation.gov are required to enter the park for ALL activities. DueRead More...Glacier Point and Tioga Roads Close for Season December 30, 2019 5420 0 CommentsBy: Loyd It's that time of year again when snow closes the Tioga Pass and Glacier Point roads. With the heavyRead More... 2 commentsOn A Bygone Era: Yosemite in the 1940s (video) Glenn Wiliams July 21, 2010 at 8:38 am 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. Bernard Yin July 21, 2010 at 10:26 am What a neat find! Comments are closed.