Early morning clouds streak the sky above Mount McKinley: A reliable portent of foul weather to come by evening. The peak is 27 miles away and rises 18,000 feet above the level gravel bars of the Mount McKinley river in the foreground. The trees that flank the river are nearly 4 feet tall, 8 am

Title

Early morning clouds streak the sky above Mount McKinley: A reliable portent of foul weather to come by evening. The peak is 27 miles away and rises 18,000 feet above the level gravel bars of the Mount McKinley river in the foreground. The trees that flank the river are nearly 4 feet tall, 8 am

Date

1953 August 12

Description

Negative 3451, copy 1 of 2. FIXED AND RETURNED TO PANOPTICON?

Format

Extent

1 item

Identifier

2008.2.83a

Citation

“Early morning clouds streak the sky above Mount McKinley: A reliable portent of foul weather to come by evening. The peak is 27 miles away and rises 18,000 feet above the level gravel bars of the Mount McKinley river in the foreground. The trees that flank the river are nearly 4 feet tall, 8 am,” The Collections of the American Alpine Club Library, accessed September 25, 2020, http://library.americanalpineclub.org/items/show/904.