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Group of 4-H club members from the Madera-Kern camp, Whitaker's Forest, visit the lookout Station at Park Ridge. At this time the forecast for California red firs in the vicinity of the Lookout shows evidence of a very heavy crop of cones this year. July 1940. Metcalf.






Title:

Group of 4-H club members from the Madera-Kern camp, Whitaker's Forest, visit the lookout Station at Park Ridge. At this time the forecast for California red firs in the vicinity of the Lookout shows evidence of a very heavy crop of cones this year. July 1940. Metcalf.

Format:

still image

Accession No:

2708a

Date Created:

1940

Location:

Whitaker's Forest

People:

group picture, names unknown

Photographer:

Metcalf, Woodbridge

Plot:

exact ground location unclear, appears unknowable

Subject:

Lookout stations
Fire detection
Lookout stations - Park Ridge Lookout Station (Calif.)
4-H clubs - Madera County
University of California - Forestry - Whitaker's Forest
4-H clubs - Group photos
4-H clubs - Kern County

Collection:

Metcalf

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