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In saddle looking north. Mountain hemlock in subalpine type in foreground at 8800 feet elevation. Anderson Peak at left and Tinker Knob in center distance. On south slopes are patches of brush ( Arctostaphylos patula, Quercus vaccinifolia, Ceanothus cuneatus) and red fir west. White pine in subalpine types, Jeffrey pine at lowest elevation. Tops of peaks covered with semibarren Artemisia tridentata, Wyethia mollis in sage type. Red fir, west. White pine on east slope as subalpine in left center of picture.






Title:

In saddle looking north. Mountain hemlock in subalpine type in foreground at 8800 feet elevation. Anderson Peak at left and Tinker Knob in center distance. On south slopes are patches of brush ( Arctostaphylos patula, Quercus vaccinifolia, Ceanothus cuneatus) and red fir west. White pine in subalpine types, Jeffrey pine at lowest elevation. Tops of peaks covered with semibarren Artemisia tridentata, Wyethia mollis in sage type. Red fir, west. White pine on east slope as subalpine in left center of picture.

Format:

still image

Map ID:

Map record

Quad Number:

52

Quad Name:

Truckee

Photo Number:

302314

Photo ID:

1190

Date Created:

09-01-1934

Photographer:

Wilson, Richard C.P.

Elevation:

8800

Section:

34

Township:

16 N

Range:

15 E

Map Reference:

13

Species:

Abies magnifica
Arctostaphylos patula
Artemisia tridentata
Ceanothus cuneatus
Pinus jeffreyi
Pinus monticola
Quercus vaccinifolia
Tsuga mertensiana
Wyethia mollis

Collection:

VTM

Resource Type:

Photo

Rights:

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