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The Three Brothers, Yosemite Valley, Cal., U.S.A.

Cloud's Rest, 6,450 feet high, from the Little Yosemite Valley.

Vernal Fall and Cap of Liberty, Yosemite Valley, California.

Yosamite Falls, Yosemite Valley, California.

Lamon's Log Cabin, the first erected in the Valley,

Summit Valley, the head-waters of the Yuba River. Donner Peak and Pass in the distance.

Vernal Fall, height, 400 feet, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

"Starvation Camp." Stumps of trees cut by the Donner Party in Summit Valley, Placer Co., 1846.

El Capitan, Yo Semite Valley, California.

Beautiful Mirror Lake, Yosemite Valley, Cal. U.S.A.

P.T. Barnum's party in Yosemite Valley, Cal.

General view of the Valley, from Inspiration Point.

Yosemite Valley from above, Cal.

Mirror of Yosemite Falls, 2,634 feet high, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Yosemite Valley, from Glacier Point Trail.

Our Company, Yosemite Valley.

Summit of South Dome. View from Cloud's Rest Mt. Little Yosemite Valley.

Looking up the Merced River, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Vernal and Nevada Falls, from Glacier Point, Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

Mt. Ord, from Lake in Bloody Canyon, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Lower Yo-Semite Fall from the Ford, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

Nevada Fall, 700 feet high, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Beautiful Mirror Lake, Yosemite Valley, Cal. U.S.A.

Nevada Falls, Yosemite Valley, Cal., U.S.A.

The Ferry, Merced River, Yosemite Valley.

Yo-Semite Valley, California.

Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite Valley, Cal., U.S.A.

The Yo-Semite Valley.

Yosemite Falls, 2634 feet high, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Cap of Liberty, height, 3,100 feet, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Vernal Fall and Rapids, Yosemite Valley, Cal. U.S.A.

Passenger train from Cap of Liberty, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Mount Watkins, height 3,900 feet, Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

Yo Semite Falls, height 2,634 ft., Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

Mount Star King, 5,600 feet above the Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

Yosemite Valley, from above.

Yosemite Valley, [Calif.]

Mirror Lake, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

Tu-tock-ah-nu-lah (El Capitan), 3,300 ft. high, Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County.

Yo-Semite Valley, California.

Clouds' Rest Mountain, 6450 ft. high. From Little Yosemite Valley.

The Lost Arrow, Height 3,000 feet, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

The Bridal Veil Fall, 940 feet high, and Three Graces, Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County.

South Dome and Glacier Point, Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

Our Company, Yosemite Valley.

Overlooking the nature's grandest scenery, Yosemite Valley, Cal. U.S.A.

Mirror Lake, Mountains and Reflections, Yosemite Valley, California.

Our Company, Yosemite Valley.

Cap of Liberty, Yosemite Valley, California.

Yosemite Falls, and Reflecting after a horseback ride, Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

From Glacier Point, looking down, 3,200 feet, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Agassiz Rock, Yosemite Valley, Cal. U.S.A.

Falling clouds over the Yo Semite Falls, Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

El Capitan, Yosemite Valley, Cal., U.S.A.

Tu-tock-ah-nu-lah (El Capitan), 3,300 ft. high, Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County.

Cloud's Rest, 6,450 feet high, from the Little Yosemite Valley.

[Yosemite Valley, California.]

Valley trout.

Yosemite Valley, California.

[Yosemite Valley, California.]

Vernal and Nevada Falls, from Glacier Point, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Mirror Lake and reflections, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

Agassiz Column, Height 30 ft., Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Nevada Fall, with South Dome and Valley.

One of the Three Graces, Yosemite Valley, California.

Three Brothers, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Yosemite Valley, California.

The Three Brothers; height 3830 ft., Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

Yosemite Valley, from 3,000 feet above, Cal.

Lower Yo-Semite Fall from the Ford, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

[Yosemite Valley, California.]

Mirror Lake and reflections, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

Glacier Point, Yosemite Valley, Cal., U.S.A.

The North Dome, 3,725 feet high, Royal Arch and Washington Tower, Yo-Semite Valley, Mariposa County.

Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite Valley, Cal., U.S.A.

Leideg's Hotel, Yo-Semite Valley.

Cathedral Spires, height 1,800 feet, Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

Snow's Hotel, Yosemite Valley, California.

Mount Crocker, looking south from Lake Flora (crater of an extinct volcano) on Mount Volcano, Summit Valley.

Yo Semite Valley, from Clouds Rest, 6,034 ft. above.

Leydig's Hotel, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Sugar Loaf Mountain. Little Yosemite Valley.

Beautiful Mirror Lake, Yosemite Valley, Cal. U.S.A.

Vernal and Nevada Falls, from Glacier Point, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Looking up the Merced River, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Yosemite Valley from above, Cal.

Chain Cascade, Little Yosemite Valley.

Mirror View Yo Semite Falls, Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

"Starvation Camp." Stumps of trees cut by the Donner Party in Summit Valley, Placer Co., 1846.

Nevada Falls, Yosemite Valley, Cal., U.S.A.

Summit Valley, the head-waters of the Yuba River. Donner Peak and Pass in the distance.

Yosemite Falls, 2,634 feet high, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

Glacier Point, Yosemite Valley, Cal., U.S.A.

Mirror of Yosemite Falls, 2,634 feet high, Yosemite Valley, Cal.

The Watching Eye over Mirror Lake, Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

Yosamite Falls, Yosemite Valley, California.

The View-men's vacation, Yosemite Valley.

Yosemite Valley, California.

Trail leading to Little Yo Semite Valley, Cal.

Beautiful Mirror Lake, Yosemite Valley, Cal. U.S.A.

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