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William E. Colby Memorial Library
Sierra Club Bulletin — Author Index

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N
O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Jump to frequently requested authors:
William E. Colby
Francis P. Farquhar
Joseph N. LeConte
John Muir

The italicized number is the volume number, following number(s) are the page number(s).

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Adams, Ansel E.
Francis Holman, 1856-1944, 29, 47
Photography and Cedric Wright, 26, 82
The Photography of JosephN. LeConte, 29, 41
Problems of Interpretation of the Natural Scene., 30, 47
Retrospect: Nineteen-Thirty One, 17, 1
Ski-Experience, 16, 44
Vittorio Sella: His Photography, 31, 15

Agnew, Jesse B.
Ducking Trails Around the World, 12, 401

Albright, Horace M.
The Trails of the Yellowstone, 12, 268
A Tribute to W. B. Lewis, 16, 60

Andrews, E. C.
Grove Karl Gilbert, 11, 60

Atwood, Wallace W.
The High Sierra and the Redwood Highway, 16, 27

Austin, Spencer
Climbing in the Bugaboos, 24, 59

Avery, Russ
Mt. Lyell and Mt. Ritter Ascents by Sierra Club Outing of1904, 5, 181

Axtell, Harold
The Land of the Navajo, 24, 68

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Badè, William Frederic
An Ascent of the Matterhorn, 6, 75
Haleakala and Kilauea, 11, 231
The Mountain Bluebird and the Wood Pewee, 8, 260
On the Trail with the Sierra Club, 5, 50
An Outdoor Litany, 11, 270
Some Birds of the High Sierra, 8, 158
To Higher Sierras, 10, 38
The Tuolumne Canyon, 5, 287
The Water-Ouzel at Home, 5, 102

Bailey, Charles A.
A Yosemite Discovery, 2, 216

Bailey, Vernon
Animal Friends of the High Sierra, 17, 12
Animal Life of Yellowstone Park, 12, 333
Unforgettable Meals, 23, 65

Baker, M. S.
The Lava Region of Northern California, 2, 312

Ballantine, Edward
A Song, 15, 26

Barkan, Otto
Skiing in California, 16, 39

Barrell, Joseph
Grove Karl Gilbert: An Appreciation, 10, 397

Bartholomew, Orland
A Winter in the High Sierra, 15, 69

Beckwith, Martha Warren
Lassen Buttes; from Prattville to Fall River Mills, 3, 288

Bell, Newton H.
An Ascent of Popocateptl, 17, 77

Benedict, M. A.
Charles Howard Shinn, 12, 163

Blackie, J. S.
Why Climb the Mountains?, 12, 296

Blake, Arthur H.
A Climber’s Guide to the High Sierra
   Introduction to Part 111—The Palisades, 24, 40
The New Casa Diablo “Geyser”, 23, 82
Will the Sierra Bighorn Survive?, 34, 119

Boulware, Ethel
Afoot with the Sierra Club in 1933, 19, 1

Bowie, William
Leveling Up Mount Whitney, 14, 53

Bradley, Cornelius B.
Exploration of the East Creek Amphitheater, 2, 270
The Junipers of Lake Valley, 10, 298
Knapsack Tours in the Sierra, 1, 314
A Reference List to John Muir’s Newspaper Articles, 10, 55
Stevenson and California, 8, 110

Bradley, Harold C.
Across the Sierra Nevada on Skis, 11, 292
Colonel Benson—Rover, 34, 15
The Passing of Our Mountain Meadows. 8, 39
Roads in the National Parks, 34, 31
Tuolumne Winter, 32, 89

Breckenfeld, Robert R.
Knapsaga, 32, 99

Brewer, William A.
Into the Heart of Cataract Canyon, 4, 77
Ralph Sidney Smith, 4, 274

Brewer, William A., Jr.
To a Friend Back East, 12, 406

Bridge, Marjory
Mount Humphreys, 19, 15

Bright, Norman
A Soldier’s Farewell to the Heights, 29, 36

Brower, David R.
Are Mules Necessary?, 33, 19
Artur Argiewicz, Jr., 1923—1945, 30, 86
Beyond the Skiways, 23, 40
A Climber’s Guide to the High Sierra
   Part III—The Palisades, 24, 41
   Part IV—Yosemite Valley, 25, 41
   Part VI—The Evolution Region and the Black Divide, 27, 86
Exploring the Yosemite Point Couloir, 24, 63
Far from the Madding Mules, 20, 68
Hans Huth and His Story, 33, 46
Pursuit in the Alps, 31, 32
Roads in the National Parks, 34, 31
Some GI Climbs in the Alps, 30, 79
Surveying California’s Ski Terrain, 33, 97
Tripping High—1939, 25, 8

Brown, Bolton Coit
Another Paradise, 3, 135
A Day with Mt. Tacoma, 2, 227
A Glimpse of the Winter Sierra, 3, 242
Three Days with Mt. King, 1, 241
A Trip about the Headwaters of the South and Middle Forks of King’s River, 1, 293
Wanderings in the High Sierra between Mt. King and Mt. Williamson
   Part I, 2, 17
   Part II, 2, 90

Bruce, Donald
The Campaign for Private Forestry, 11, 171

Bryce, James
A Message and Appreciation, 10, 1
National Parks—The Need of the Future, 9, 28

Bunn, G. R.
An Ascent of Mount Humphreys, 11, 56

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Carroll, A. W. de la Cour
The Ascent of Mt. LeConte, 1, 325
The Route up Mt. Williamson, 1, 90

Chase, Ralph Arthur
San Jacinto, Southern California’s Noblest Mountain, 11, 348

Church, J. E., Jr.
From Mt. Rose to Mt. Shasta and Lassen Buttes, 2, 205
Lake Tahoe in Winter, 9, 274
A Midwinter Trip through Nevada’s Mountain Park, 8, 249
Mt. Rose Weather Observatory, 1905—1907, 6, 177
A New-Year Outing in the Sierra, 4, 216
Up from “The Land of Little Rain” to the Land of Snows, 7, 105

Clark, Lewis F.
Winter Sports in Mineral King, 34, 112

Clarke, F. L.
The Big Basin, 3, 218

Clyde, Norman
Ascent of Mount Merritt, 12, 165
Climbing the Sierra Nevada from Owens Valley, 13, 31
The First Ascent of Mount Humphreys from the East, 21, 49
The First Ascent of Mount Russell, 12, 382
First Ascent of Mount Wilbur, 12, 4
Mountaineering in the Rockies, 12, 365
The Sierra Club Ascent of Mount Geikie, 14, 22
Skiing and Climbing in the Headwaters of Bishop Creek, 23, 36

Colby, William E.
Clair Sprague Tappaan, 18, 1
The Completed LeConte Memorial Lodge, 5, 66
Edward Taylor Parsons: An Appreciation, 9, 222
John Muir-President of the Sierra Club, 10, 2
Knapsacking Across the Kings-Kern Divide, 8, 163
Milestone Mountain and a New Kings-Kern Pass, 9, 1
Robert Martin Price-1867-1940, 25, 103
Twenty-nine Years with the Sierra Club, 16, 1
William Frederic Badè-1871-1936,, 22, 19
Yosemite and the Sierra Club, 23, 11
Yosemite's Fatal Beauty, 33, 79

Committee on Mountain Records
A Climber's Guide to the High Sierra
Introduction to     Part I, 22, 48
Introduction to     Part III, 24, 40

Condit, Daniel H.
Babes in Sierra- Land, 33, 34
Sierra Interlude, 30, 56

Conn, " Hoofin' Herb "
Jam Crack Joe, 29, 82

Cowles, Elizabeth S.
Have You a Mountain Widow in Your Home?, 34, 17

Currier, Elizabeth V.
Mountain Reverie, 16, 54

Currier, Ruth R.
Sierran, 1914-1934, 20, 34

Curtis, Leland
South of the Southern Cross, 26, 95
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Dana, Gorham
Mt. Washington in Winter, 3, 313

Davidson, George
The Name " Mt. Rainier ", 6, 87

Davis, W. Kenneth
Climbs in the Cascades, 23, 46

Dawson, Ernest
Climbing the Grand Teton,   Part I, 12, 356

Dawson, Glen
Climbs in the Wetterstein and the Dolomites, 21, 60
The Devil's Crags, 19, 19
Some Other Climbing Worlds, 22, 92

De Quille, Dan
Snow-Shoe Thompson, 20, 8

De Voto, Bernard
The West Against Itself, 32, 36

Dietrich, Ardath
Seen from a Saddle, 34, 131

Dixon, Joseph
Notes on Photography of Small Mammals, 10, 409

Dole, Helen and Alfred
A Children's Burro Trip, 34, 87

Doran, Jennie Elliot
A Bibliography of John Muir, 10, 41

Dudley, William R.
Forest Reservations: With a Report onthe Sierra Reservation, California, 1, 254
The Kaweah Group, 2, 185
Near the Kern's Grand Canyon, 4, 301
Zonal Distribution of Trees and Shrubs in the SouthernSierra, 3, 298

Dyer, Hubert
The Mt. Whitney Trail, 1, 1

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Eastwood, Alice
From Redding to the Snow-Clad Peaks of TrinityCounty, 4, 39
Trees and Shrubs in Trinity County, 4, 53

(Editor)
The High Trip of 1923, ,, 2, 21
The New Glacier National Park, 7, 225
A Quarter-Century of Outings, 12, 373

Eells, Alexander G.
Address at Memorial Exercises, 5, 176
In Tuolumne and Cathedral Canyons, 4, 25

Emerson, Ellen T.
Through the Tuolumne Canyon, 9, 258

Emmet, Dorothy M.
A British Student Looks at the Sierra Club Outing, 15, 22

Evans, Perry
Comparing Glacier National Park with the High Sierra, 12, 111

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Farquhar, Francis P.
Colonel Benson, 12, 175
Colonel GeorgeW. Stewart, 17, 49
Early History of the Kings River Sierra, 26, 28
The Exploration and First Ascents of Mount McKinley.   Part I, 34, 95
First Ascent of the Middle Palisade, 11, 264
Fremont in the Sierra Nevada, 15, 74
An Introduction to Clarence King's " The Three Lakes ", 24, 109
Jedediah Smith and the First Crossing of the Sierra Nevada 2, 5, 36
Legislative History of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, 26, 42
Muir Gorge in Tuolumne Canyon, 17, 82
Nathanial Fish McClure, 1865-1942, ,, 28, 96
Northward Over the John Muir Trail, 11, 34
Place Names of the High Sierra
  Part I, 11, 380
  Part II, 12, 47
  Part III, 12, 126
Reading Up on the Yellowstone, 12, 277
Spanish Discovery of the Sierra Nevada, 13, 54
Stephen T. Mather: 1867-1930, 16, 55
The Story of Mount Whitney
  Part I, 14, 39
  Part II, 20, 81
  Part III, 21, 64
  Part IV, 32, 75
Walker's Discovery of Yosemite, 27, 35

Farquhar, Samuel T.
John Muir and Ralph Waldo Emerson in Yosemite, 19, 48

Felter, Richard H.
Surveying California 's Ski Terrain, 33, 97

Ferguson, Elizabeth Van E.
Field Notes of the 1920 Outing, 11, 147

Fillippi, Filippo de
The Expedition of His Highness, Prince Lujgi Amedeo of Savoy, Duke of Abruzzi, to Mt. St. Elias in Southern Alaska, 2, 129

Fisher, R. T.
The Work of the Division of Forestry in the Redwoods, 3, 200

Fiske, Charles Norman
First Ascent of Mount Fiske, 11, 417

Foster, S. L.
Ascent of Red Peak, 8, 25
An August Outing in the Upper Merced Canyon, 7, 39
Down Tenaya Canyon, 7, 153

Foxworthy, F. W.
A Vacation Trip to Mount Kinabalu in British North Borneo, 8, 18

Fry, Walter
The Wolverine and the Badger, 15, 50

Fryxell, Fritiof M.
An Ascent of the Middle Teton, 16, 47
The Medicine Bow Mountains of Wyoming, 12, 283
Thomas Moran: An Appreciation, 19, 56

Fultz, Francis M.
An Easterner's Impressions of a Sierra Club Outing, 6, 255
High Places of the South, 11, 49
The Mt. Ritter Knapsack Trip>, 6, 290

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Gesner, Conrad
The Pleasures of Walks in the Mountains, 23, 64

Gibbs, George
The Descent of Tenaya Canyon, 3, 230

Gigas, Braeme
A Climber's Guide to the High Sierra
  Part V- The Whitney Region, 26, 102, ,
The 1938 Burro Trips-A Successful Experiment, 24, 31

Gilbert, Grove Karl
Domes and Dome Structure of the High Sierra, 5, 211
Lake Ramparts, 6, 225
Systematic Asymmetry of Crest- Lines in the High Sierra of California, 5, 279
Variations of Sierra Glaciers, 5, 20

Glascock, Hon. John R.
A California Outing>, 1, 147

Gleason, Herbert W.
The Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne, 7, 221

Gleason, Hollis T.
The Outing of 1932, 18, 5

Glisan, Rodney L.
The Kings River Outing of 1910, 8, 10
Sherbrooke Lake Outing of the Alpine Club of Canada, 8, 185

Goethe, C. M.
Yosemite Nature Guides, 11, 167

Gompertz, Helen M.
A Tramp to Mt. Lyell, 1, 136
Up and Down Bubbs Creek, 2, 79

Goodrich, Nathaniel L.
Appalachians in the Sierra, 12, 377

Goudey, Hatfield
The Trinity Alps- Recent Observations, 21, 12

Gregory, Warren
The Kern and King's River Divide, and Mount Tyndall, 1, 214
Notes on the Pine Ridge Trail between Sanger and the Sequoia Mills, 1, 209

Grinnell, Fordyce, Jr.
A Butterfly of the High Sierra Nevada- Behr's Alpine Sulphur, 9, 99

Grinnell, Joseph
California 's Grizzly Bears>, 23, 70
Early Summer Birds in the Yosemite Valley, 8, 118
A Way to " Bring Back " theNative Bighorn to the Yosemite, 20, 28
The Yosemite Cony, -, A Chapter in the Natural History of the Yosemite National Park, 10, 159

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Hackett, C. Nelson
Lines to William E. Colby, 12, 375
Via Deer Creek, 10, 179

Hall, Ansel F.
The Educational Development of Yosemite National Park, 11, 413
High Sierra Camps, 12, 37
Mount Shasta, 12, 252

Hansen, George
The Hillside Farmer and the Forest, 5, 33
The Re-Afforesting of the Sierra Nevada, 3, 224

Hansen, Robin
Lightning and the Mountain, 34, 27
Still a Bugaboo, 34, 68
Waddington Country-1947, 33, 1

Hamden, E. W.
Indian Pictographs in Pate Valley, 6, 258

Harris, Morgan
Safety Last?, 27, 65

Harvey, George H., Jr.
Our First Sierra Club Outing, 12, 158

Heald, Weldon F.
The Battle of the Land>, 30, 51
The Colorado Is Still Wild>, 27, S.
High and Dry-1940, 26, 16
Sierra Snows-Past and Future, 34, 55
Sierras of the South, 25, 68
Telescope and Charleston Peaks, 27, 83

Hedden, Alan M.
A Climber's Guide to the High Sierra
  Part VI-The Evolution Region. and the Black Divide, 27, 86

Henderson, Randall
Floating Down the San Juan and the Colorado, 30, 63

Henze, Katherine Carr
Souvenir style='mso-tab-count:8'>, 29, 40

Herrich, Robert
Philip Stanley Abbot, 2, 9

Hewes, Laurence Ilsley
Butterflies-Try and Get Them, 18, 47

Hewlett, Louise
The 1936 Outing, 22, 58

Hildebrand, Joel H.
The Problem of the Light Pack Versus the Heavy Appetite, 18, 31
The Record of an Avalanche, 24, 29
Ski Games, 32, 11
Ski Heil!, 20, 1

Hildebrand, Louise
Cathedral Creek and Muir Gorge, 1934, 20, 42

Hildebrand, Milton
Wild Life: Conserve, Manage or Lament?, 33, 11

Hill, Frank Ernest
The Lake of the Fallen Moon, 11, 374

Hills, Thomas M.
Glaciation of the Upper Kern Canyon and Its Tributaries, 13, 17

Hommon, H. B.
Suggestions for a Small Party Planning a Trip Over Mountain Trails-First Aid, 12, 168

Howay, F. W.
A Short Historical Sketch of Jasper Park Region, 14, 28

Howell, John Thomas
Carbonated Landscape, 31, 18
" Go and Look Behind the Ranges ", 33, 41
Mono Mesa, Sierra Sky-Island, 32, 15
Much Ado About Botany>, 26, 67
Up Under the Equator, 27, 79

Hsü Kung T'u
Splendors of the Poor, 11, 166

Hubbard, Anita Day
The First High Horse Trip, 25, 21

Huber, Walter L.
First Ascent of Mount Haeckel, 11, 144
First Ascent of Mount Powell, 12, 250
A Friendly Visit in the Northwest, 16, 63
The John Muir Trail, 15, 37
Longs Peak, 13, 62
The North Palisade Glacier, 9, 261
A Short Trip in Glacier National Park, 12, 34
The Sierra Club in the Land of the Athabaska, 14, 1

Hutchinson, James S.
Colby Pass and the Black Kaweah, 11, 118
First Ascent: Mt. Humphreys, 5, 153
Goddard and Disappearing Creeks-The Enchanted Gorge, 12, 7
Helen Marion Gompertz LeConte, 12, 148
A New Link in the John Muir Trail:style='mso-spacerun:yes'>Palisade Creek- Mather Pass, 11, 357
Round about Mt. Dana, 3, 319

Hutchinson, Joseph
El Capitan, 4, 11

Hutchinson, Lincoln
The Ascent of " Matterhorn Peak ", 3, 159
A Neglected Region of the Sierra, 2, 278
Red-and-White Peak and the Headwaters of Fish Creek, 4, 193
Wagon Trips to the Sierra, 3, 210

Hutchinson, Wallace
Charles Howard Shin, 12, 163

Huth, Hans
Yosemite: The Story of an Idea, 33, 47

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Jeffers, Le Roy
Ascent of Mount Moran, Giant of the Tetons, 11, 161

Jeffers, Robinson
Lines on Point Lobos, 18, 63

Jensen, Carl P.
June Mountaineering in the Palisades, 23, 33

Jepson, Willis Linn
The Cypresses of Monterey, 18, 64
Early Botanical Ascents of Mount Shasta, 27, 23
First Across the Sierra Nevada, 9, 165
A Lightning-Struck Tree in Kern Canyon, 9, 25
The Long- Lost Carpenteria, 11, 151
Mt. Whitney, WhitneyCreek, and the Poison Meadow Trail, 4, 207
Mountain Misery, 9, 40
Mules and Men, 32, 108
The Steer's Head Flower of the Sierra Nevada, 8, 266
The White Mountains of California, 10, 282

Johnson, Arthur B.
A Climber's Guide to the High Sierra
  Part V-The Whitney Region, 26, 102

Johnson, Robert Underwood
John Muir as I Knew Him>, 10, 9

Johnson, Willard D.
The Grade Profile in Alpine Glacial Erosion, 5, 271

Johnstone, Elsie L. and Frederic B.
The Kern River Outing of 1912, 9, 16

Jordan, A. L.
Knapsacking in the Kings-San Joaquin Region, 10, 292

Jordan, David Starr
An Ascent of the Matterhorn, 25, 73
John Muir, 10, 8

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Keeler, Charles
Bird Life of Yosemite Park, 6, 245
Recollections of John Muir, 10, 16
To Joseph LeConte, 6, 223

Kehrlein, Oliver
An Ascent of North Palisade from the Glacier, 14, 58

Kellogg, Charlotte Hoffman
The Burial of John Muir, 10, 15

Kellogg, Mary Frances
Muir Lodge-An Appreciation, 10, 60

Kellogg, Vernon L.
Birds of the High Mountains, 4, 132
Butterflies of the Mountain Summits, 9, 85
Collecting Insects of the High Mountains, 9, 268
The Great Spruce Forest and the Hermit Thrush, 4, 35
Kings River Canyon Trail Notes, 3, 150
Parks and Peaks in Colorado, 3, 189

Kent, William
Redwoods, 6, 286

Kerr, Mark Brickell
Crater Lake, Oregon, and the Origin of Wizard Island, 1, 31

Kimball, H. Stewart
Frostbite: Its Physiology and Treatment, 33, 31

King, Clarence
The Mountaineer's Evening, 12, 74
The Three Lakes, 24, 113

King, Hazel
Ski Running: An Impression, 9, 271

Knight, Emerson
The Del Norte Coast State Park, 16, 29

Koch, Fred W.
The Golden Trout of Cottonwood Lakes, 8, 193
Through Death Valley. A Brief Account of a Trip from Daggett to Furnace Creek, 1, 40

Koch, Howard R.
Sierraville Skilauf, 31, 10

Koster, Howard
A Climber's Guide to the High Sierra
  Part V-The Whitney Region, 26, 102

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Langford, Nathaniel Pitt
The National Park Idea, 12, 348

Lawrence, E. I.
A Vacation Trip through Glacier National Park, 12, 115

LeConte, Helen
North Palisade, 19, 24

LeConte, (Prof. ) Joseph
My Trip to King's River Canyon, 4, 88
Ramblings through the High Sierra, 3, 1

LeConte, Joseph Nisbet
Among the Sources of the South Fork of King's River
  Part I, 4, 177
  Part II, 4, 253
The Ascent of the North Palisades, 5, 1
The Basin of the South Fork of the San Joaquin River, 2, 249
The Devil's Postpile, 8, 170
The Diamond Hitch, 1, 327
The Evolution Group of Peaks style='mso-tab-count:2'>, 5, 229
The High Mountain Route between Yosemite and the King's River Canyon, 7, 1
Identification of the Great Peaks of the Southern Sierra, 11, 244
The Motion of the Nisqually Glacier, Mt. Rainier, 6, 108
My First Summer in the Kings River Sierra style='mso-tab-count:4'>, 26, 9
Notes on the King's River and Mt. Whitney Trails (July and August, 1890), 1, 93
Record of an Early Exploration of Tenaya Canyon, 10, 276
Scrambles About Yosemite, 9, 126
The Sierra Club, 10, 135
Snowfall in the Sierra Nevada, 6, 310
The Soda Springs Property in the Tuolumne Meadows style='mso-tab-count:2'>, 9, 36
Table of Elevations of Peaks in the font-family: Garamond'>Sierra Nevada Mountains Over 12, 000 Feet Above Sea- Level, 4, 285

Lee, Charles H.
Winter in the High Sierra, 7, 237

Lemmon, John G.
Conifers of the Pacific Slope-How to Distinguish Them
  Part I, 2, 61
  Part II, 2, 156
  Part III, 4, 100
King's River Outing, 1902-BotanicalNotes, Including an Important Discovery, 4, 292

Leonard, Doris F .
Rock Climbers' Paradise, 20, 46

Leonard, Richard M.
Ancient Landscapes, 34, 82
Belaying the Leader, 31, 68
A Climber's Guide to the High Sierra
  Part I-The Sawtooth Ridge, 22, 50
  Part IV- Yosemite Valley, 25, 41
The Echo Lake Avalanches, 34, 74
Protecting Mountain Meadows, 32, 53
Roping Down, 25, 96
Three Teeth of Sawtooth Ridge, 19, 31
Values to be Derived from Local Rock-Climbing, 19, 28

Liek, Harry J.
The Second Ascent of Mount McKinley., 18, 81

Lipman, Robert L.
The 1935 Outing, 21, 35

Lippmann, Fritz
Snowpatch-and Other Bugaboos, 26, 59

Livermore, Norman Bo ( " Ike " ), Jr.
Collecting Sierra Passes, 27, 59
Idaho 's River of No Return, 26, 78
Oh! For the Life of a Packer!, 34, 22
A One- Man Diamond Hitch, 21, 40
Sierra Packing and Wilderness Policy, 32, 96
A West Side Packer on the High Trip, 24, 25

Longley, Howard
From Fresno to Mt. Whitney by Way of Roaring (or Cloudy)River, 1, 187
Mountain Trips; What to Take, and How to Take It, 2, 29

Luck, H. R.
The Summer Food Problem, 21, 45

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Magee, William A.
Personal Recollections of John Muir, 21, 25

Mallinckrodt, E., Jr.
Glonora Mountain : A Repetition of Muir's Climb of 1879,, 11, 154

Manly, William Lewis
Naming Death Valley, 13, 39

Manson, Marsden
The Effect of the Partial Suppression of Annual Forest Fires in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, 6, 22
Observations on the Denudation of Vegetation- A Suggested Remedy for California, 2, 295

Marshall, Robert B.
John Muir, 10, 23
The Problems of the Wilderness, 32, 43

Mather, Stephen T.
Progress in the National Parks, 11, 5

Matthes, François Emile
Cockscomb Crest, 11, 21
The Devil's Postpile and Its Strange Setting, 15, 1
The Geologic History of Mount Whitney, 22, 1
John Muir and the Glacial Theory of Yosemite, 23, 9
Kings River Canyon and Yosemite Valley, 12, 224
The Little " Lost Valley " on Shepherd's Crest, 18, 68
Little Studies in the Yosemite Valley
I-The Extinct Eagle Peak Falls style='mso-tab-count:4'>, 7, 222
II-The Striped Rock Floor of the Little Yosemite Valley, 8, 3
III-The Winds of the Yosemite Valley, 8, 89
IV-E1 Capitan Moraine and Ancient Lake Yosemite, 9, 7
Moraines with Ice Cores in the Sierra Nevada, 33, 87
The New Casa Diablo " Geyser ", 23, 82
Studying the Yosemite Problem, 9, 136
Why We Should Measure Our Glaciers, 20, 20

Mauk, Charlotte E.
Homecoming, 1946, ,, 32, 19
Mountain Wind, 26, 15
The, N, th Itinerary, 27, 1
On a Wilderness Trail, 34, 1
The Sierra Club All Over the World, 30, 1
The Sierra Club Far Afield, 28, 54
The Sierra Club Farther Afield, 29, 1
Winter Morning, 25, 26

Mazza, John J.
The Sierra Club Ascent of Mount Cleveland, 12, 156

McAdie, Alexander G.
Mt. Rainier, Mt. Shasta, and Mt. Whitney as Sites for Meteorological Observatories, 6, 7
Mt. Rainier or Mt. Tacoma-Which?, 9, 95
Mount Whitney as a Site for a Meteorological Observatory, 5, 87
Muir of the Mountains, 10, 20
The Observatory on Mount Whitney, 7, 141

McAllister, Elliott
Itinerary of a Route from Gentry'sto Top of El Capitanand Yosemite Falls, 1, 133
Ten Volumes of Publications (1892-1917), 10, 152

McAllister, M. Hall
The Coast Sierra from California to Panama, 4, 264

McClure, Nathaniel F.
Ascent of " El Yunque ", 3, 127
Ascent of the White Mountain of New Mexico, 2, 222
Explorations Among the Canyons North of the Tuolumne River, 1, 168
How Private Burns Climbed Mt. Pinatúbo, 5, 26
The 35th Division in the Vosges Mountains, 11, 175

McFarland, J. Horace
Are National Parks Worth While?, 8, 236

Mc Lean, John Knox
The Choice of a Camp, 9, 264
The Upper Sacramento in October, 1, 54

Means, Thomas H.
Death Valley, 17, 67

Mendenhall, John D.
A Climber's Guide to the High Sierra
  Part V-The WhitneyRegion, 26, 102
The First Ascent of Mount Confederation, 33, 109

MendenhalI, Ruth
A Climber's Guide to the High Sierra
  Part V-The WhitneyRegion, 26, 102

Merriam, C. Hart
First Crossing of the Sierra Nevada: Jedediah Smith's Trip from California to Salt Lake in 1827, 11, 375
Grove Karl Gilbert, the Man, 10, 391
Indian Village and Camp Sites in Yosemite Valley, 10, 202
To the Memory of John Muir, 10, 146

Merrill, Samuel
Personal Recollections of John Muir, 13, 24

Mexia, Ynes
Camping on the Equator, 22, 85
Three Thousand Miles up the Amazon, 18, 88

Michael, C. W.
First Ascent of the Minarets, 12, 28

Mills, Enos A.
John Muir, 10, 25
The Proposed Estes National Park, 7, 234

Molenaar, Dee
St. Elias: The First American Ascent, 32, 63

Monroe, Harriet
An Appreciation, 10, 26
Camping Above the Yosemite-A Summer Outing with the SierraClub, 7, 85
In High Places, 11, 420
In the Yellowstone, 11, 412
Inscription for the LeConte Memorial, 5, 296
The Yosemite Waters, 6, 307
Montgomery, Marion
Ascent of Mount Robson-1928, 14, 13

Moores, Merrill
John Muir in Yosemite in 1872, 23, 4

Moran, Reid V.
Matthes Crest, 34, 110

Morgan, William Conger
From Kern Canyon to Giant Forest, 7, 99
A High Sierra Circuit on Headwaters of King's River, 7, 180

Morley, Thomas
A Week's Bivouac in the Sierra, 31, 24

Morse, Elizabeth E.
Trailing the Sierran Puffball, 14, 61

Mortimer, Julie
The 1921 Outing, 11, 255

Mosauer, Walter
Ski Trips in Southern California, 19, 42
Skiing on the East Side of the Sierra, 21, 54

Muir, John
Cathedral Peak and the Tuolumne Meadows, 8, 1
The Creation of Yosemite National Park, 29, 49
Edward Taylor Parsons>, 9, 219
Explorations in the GreatTuolumne Canyon, 12, 65
Galen Clark, 7, 215
The Hetch-Hetchy Valley, 6, 211
The Kings River Valley, 26, 1
Lake Tahoe in Winter, 3, 119
Quotation from " Explorations in the Great Tuolumne Canyon ", 11, 347
Save the Redwoods, 11, 1
Some Excerpts from John Muir's Diary, 23, 1
Studies in the Sierra
I- Mountain Sculpture., 9, 225
II- Mountain Sculpture, Origin of Yosemite Valleys, 10, 62
III-Ancient Glaciers and Their Pathways, 10, 184
IV- Glacial Denudation, 10, 304
V-Post- Glacial Denudation, 10, 414
VI-Formation of Soils, 11, 69
VII- Mountain-Building, 11, 181
A Talk at a Dinner in New York, 1911, 12, 43
Tehipite Valley, 9, 125

Mulford, Walter
The War-Zone Forest of the Kern, 10, 155

Mulholland, C.
Mt. Barnard, 1, 85

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Nelson, Anton
Climbing the Lost Arrow, 32, 1
Five Days and Nights on the Lost Arrow, 33, 103

Nettleton, Lulie
The Mountaineers' Winter Outing on Mt. Rainier, 9, 81

Nilsson, Einar
Mount McKinley Diary, 28, 1

Noble, Charles A.
The Sierra Club Outing of 1919, 11, 14

Noble, Joe
Trail Maintenance, 31, 57

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Olmsted, Frederick Law
Fire and the Forest -The Theory of " Light Burning ", 8, 43
Governmental Preservation of Natural Scenery, 29, 61

Osborn, Henry Fairfield
John Muir, 10, 29

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Palmer, Howard
The Mountains of Tonquin Valley (With a Note on Mount Robson), 13, 1

Parker, Force
Over Harrison's Pass from the North with aPack-Train, 5, 297

Parsons, Edward T.
Climbing Mt. Brewer-The Climax of the Sierra Club'sOuting for 1902, 4, 278
The Mazamas on Mount Jefferson, 3, 203
The Notable Mountaineering of the Sierra Club in 1903, 5, 44
The San Francisco Peaks in April, 5, 108
The Sierra Club Outing to Tuolumne Meadows, 4, 19
William Kent's Gift style='mso-tab-count:7'>, 6, 285

Parsons, Harriet T.
Mountain Medley, 24, 1
Thessalian Olympus in 1937, ,, 30, 71

Parsons, Marion Randall
The Grand Canyons of the Tuolumne and the Merced, 6, 235
John Muir and the Alaska Book, 10, 33
A Knapsack Trip to MtoRitter, 6, 301
The Mazama Club Outing to Glacier Peak, 8, 174
The 1920 Outing: Headwaters of the San Joaquin and the Kings, 11, 136
On Mt. St. Helens with the Mazamas, 7, 170
Pioneering in the Southern Selkirks, 9, 240
The Second King's River Outing, 6, 100
The Sky- Line of the Tatoosh Range, Mt. Rainier National Park, 6, 15
Some Aspects of a Sierra Club Outing, 5, 221
Spring in the Tyrol, 12, 289
Through the Olympics with the Mountaineers, 9, 149
The Twenty-Eighth Outing, 15, 9
A Week Around Mount Robson, 10, 269
Willis Linn Jepson, 1867-1946, 32, 104
With the Sierra Club in the Kern Canyon, 7, 23

Partridge, Roi
Sixteen Etchings of Western Mountains, 28, 76

Patton, Helen
The Founding of a Ski Club in Bolivia, 29, 77

Payne, John Barton
No Trespassing!, 11, 117

Phoutrides, Aristides E.
Mt. Parnassus, 9, 278
Mountain Climbers, 10, 286

Pike, Robert D.
Over Harrison's Pass with Animals, 5, 115

Poindexter, R. W., Jr.
Four Mexican Volcanoes, 8, 96

Pope, Bertha Clark
The High Trip of 1925, ,, 12, 213
With the Sierra Club in 1914, 9, 247

Presnall, C. C.
An Ascent of West Temple, 19, 38

Price, Jennie Ellsworth
A Woman's Trip through the Tuolumne Canyon, 2, 174

Price, Robert M.
Exploration of Mount Darwin, 11, 284
The Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne, 1, 9
Through the Tuolumne Canyon, 1, 199
With the Sierra Club in 1911, 8, 151

Price, William W.
Description of a New Grove of Sequoia Gigantea, 1, 17

Pridham, May
Little Gem Co, 26, 72

Proctor, A. Phimister
An Ascent of Half Dome in 1884, 31, 1

Putnam, George P.
Down the Kern-Kaweah, 7, 33

Putnam, W. B.
The Thumb, 11, 271

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Randall, Marion, see, Parsons, Marion Randall

Ratcliff, Evelyn Marianne
The Sierra Club's Ascent of Mt. Rainier, 6, 1

Ray, Milton S.
The Discovery of the Nest and Eggs of the California Pine Grosbeak, 9, 33
The Discovery of the Nest and Eggs of the Gray-Crowned Leucosticte, 8, 34

Raymond, Rossiter W.
A Yellowstone Bear Story, 12, 345

Redington, Lena Martha
The Ascent of Fujiyama, 7, 2, 29,
The 1913 Outing to the Kings River Canyon, 9, 159

Reinhardt, Aurelia Henry
Aurelia Squire Harwood, 14, 64

Rice, William B.
Synthesis of Muir Criticism, 28, 79

Richardson, D. S.
Professor Joe, 10, 400

Ridge, John Rollin
Mount Shasta, 11, 13

Rinehart, Mary Roberts
Travel, 11, 193

Rixford, Emmet
My First Trip in the High Sierra, 17, 25

Robinson, Bestor
The Ascent of El Picacho del Diablo, 18, 56
The Ascent of Mount Edith Cavell, 14, 20
Equipment and Technique for Camping on Snow
    Part I, 22, 38
    Part II-The Sectional Tent, 26, 90
First Ascent of Shiprock., 25, 1
The First Ascent of the Higher Cathedral Spire, 9, 34
Mount Waddington-193S, 21, 1

Robinson, Elmo A.
The Changing Sierra, 15, 27
Kearsarge Pass, 20, 50
Prolegomena to a Philosophy of Mountaineering, 3, 50
The Wild Jackass and His Sons, 17, 89

Rodman, Willoughby
The Ascent of San Antonio, 5, 122
In Memoriam: Joseph LeConte, 6, 25

Rowell, Chester H.
The Mountain and the Sea, 11, 261

Ruddock, George T.
A Plea for the Conservation of Wild Flowers, 8, 200

Russell, Carl P.
Early Mining Excitements East of Yosemite, 13, 40

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Sampson, Alden
The Aftermath of a Club Outing, 6, 153
A Deer's Bill of Fare, 5, 94
Wild Animals of the Mt. Rainier National Park, 32

Sanderson, Charlotte
With the Sierra Club in King's River Canyon, 4, 185

Sargent, Charles Sprague
John Muir, 10, 37

Saylor, Henry H.
The Proposed Roosevelt National Park, 1, 29

Setchell, William Albert
The Sierran Puffball, 6, 39

Sexton, Ella M.
Camp Muir in the Tuolumne Meadows, 4, 12

Sholes, C. H.
The Water-Ouzel, 6, 244

Show, S. B.
Primitive Areas in the National Forests of California, 18, 24

Smith, Grant H.
Late Autumn in the Sierras, 12, 1

Smith, James N.
Cliffs and Waters of the Grand Canyon, 2, 80

Solomons, Theodore S.
After Forty Years, 18, 20
Among the Sources of the San Joaquin, 61
An Ascent of Cathedral Peak, 3, 236
Beginnings of the John Muir Trail, 25, 28
An Early Summer Excursion to the Tuolumne Canyon and to Mt. Lyell, 2, 50
A Search for a High Mountain Route from the Yosemite to the King's River Canyon, 1, 221

Soule, Frank
Joseph LeConte in the Sierra>, 4, 1

Stallings, Blanche
The Ascent of Mount Avon, 26, 64
Ducks, 27, 31
The End of the Rope, 26, 25
A Freshman's Impression of a High Trip, 4, 16
The Range of Light from Mount Whitney, 32, 31
Sierra Club Cups, 25, 64
Sierra Sounds, 30, 44

Starr, Walter A.
A Climber's Guide to the High Sierra
    Part II-The Ritter Range, 23, 20
From Yosemite to Kings River Canyon, 1896, 20, 54

Stewart, Charles L.
Early Ascents of Mount Shasta, 19, 58

Stewart, George W.
Early Governmental Attempts at Forest Conservation, 16, 16
The Yokut Indians of the Kaweah Region, 12, 385

Stillman, J. M.
To Tehipite Valley from the King's River Grand Canyon, 2, 4

Storer, Tracy I.
The Yosemite Cony-A Chapter in the NaturalHistory of the Yosemite National Park, 10, 159

Sumner, E. Lowell
The Biology of Wilderness Protection, 27, 14
Protecting Mountain Meadows, 32, 53

Swarth, Harry S.
Some Sierran Chipmunks, 10, 401
A Visit to the Stikine Glaciers, 12, 121

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Taylor, Angus E.
The Middle Fork of Bishop Creek, 20, 78

Thompson, Charles Sproull
On Mt. Lefroy, August 3, 1896, 2, 1
On Mt. Lefroy, August 3, 1897, 2, 149
The Taking of Mt. Balfour, 2, 263

Thompson, George C.
The Climb of Dunderberg via VirginiaCanyon, 0, 287

Thompson, Perry A.
Sierra Synthesis, 32, 71

Thorington, J. Monroe
Alpine Dangers in the Sixteenth Century, 7, 33
Ice Shall Cover Nineveh, 18, 97

Tietjens, Eunice
The Sacred Mountain of China, 10, 165

Treat, Jessie Mc Gilvray
The Kern River Outing of 1916, , style='mso-tab-count:4'>, 10, 170

Treat, Payson J.
David Starr Jordan, 17, 43

Tresidder, Don
An Introduction to Skiing, 15, 64

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Ulrichs, Hermann F.
The Cascade Range in Northern Washington, 22, 69

Underhill, Robert L. M.
Mount Whitney by the East Face, 17, 53
On the Use and Management of the Rope in Rock Work, 6, 67

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Van Trump, P. B.
Mount Tahoma, 1, 109

Venable, Andrew
The Ascent of Volcano Mayon, 4, 228

Versteeg, Chester
Bishop, Piute, Evolution, and Dusy Creeks via Muir Pass, 1, 275
The Peaks and Passes of the Upper Basin, South Fork of the Kings River, 11, 421

Voge, Hervey
A Climber's Guide to the High Sierra.   Part III-The Palisades, 4, 41
Climbs in the Waddington Region-1936, 22, 29

Vorhies, Charles T.
The Rattlesnake of the Sierra Nevada, 18, 38

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Wagner, Henry R.
Ascents of Popocatepetl by the Conquistadores, 5, 88

Walker, A. Martha
Indian Henry 's Hunting Ground-Rainier National Park, 9, 284
Muir Lodge in the Sierra Madre Mountains, 9, 170

Walkinshaw, Robert R.
Mount Olympus National Park, 21, 22

Washburn, Lucy
The Grand Circuit of the Yosemite National Park, 7, 149

Wexler, Arnold
Belaying the Leader, 31, 68

Wheat, Carl I.
Trailing the Forty-Niners Through Death Valley, 24, 74

White, John R.
Camp-Fires, 14, 34

White, Stewart Edward
Sanctuary for the Alaska Bear, 17, 59

Whitehead, Jessie M.
With the Sierra Club in 1927, 13, 10

Whiting, Charles Goodrich
Blue Hills, 9, 84

Whitman, Walt
Song of the Open Road, 11, 33

Whittemore, Lowell
Up Mount Whitehorn, 14, 25

Whyte, W. Rob
Along the Foothills to Lake Chabot, 6, 175

Wicher, Edward A.
The Ascent of Asama-Yama, 6, 186

Wickett, Walton A.
El Volcan Paricutin, 29, 67

Williamson, Frank A.
The Unknown Alps of the Salmon River, 11, 368

Wilson, James R.
Lightning and the Mountain, 34, 27

Wilson, Neill C.
Climbing the Grand Teton,     Part II, 12, 359
High Bivouacs, 15, 47
Poems, 16, 37
Telescope Peak from Death Valley, 13, 36
To William E. Colby, 12, 376
The Yellowstone Outing of 1926, ,, 12, 349

Wilts, Charles
Expansion Anchors in Climbing, 34, 123

Winchell, E. C.
Kings River Canyon in 1868, 12, 237

Works, Lt. Col. Robert C.
Postwar Mountain Training, 31, 46

Wright, Cedric
An Appreciation of Albert Marshall, 25, 102
High Trip Gleanings, 20, 32
Mountain Photography, 26, 83
Sierra Shorelines (sixteen photographs), 34, 14
Trail Song. Giant Forest and Vicinity: 1927, 13, 20

Wright, W. H.
Photographs of the Sierra Nevada Mountains Taken from Mount Hamilton, 11, 408

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Ybarra, Jorge Carlos
Camping Inside Popocatepetl's Crater, 28, 71

Young, E. Weldon
The Mazamas on Mt. Rainier, 3, 271

Young, George J.
Collapse of Mountain Summits, 11, 290

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Zeile, Elsie M.
Wild Flowers on the Yellowstone Outing, 12, 346


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