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Principal Waterfalls of the World (1945) by C. Frank Brockman


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Yosemite Valley from east portal of Wawona Tunnel. N. P. S. photo by Ralph Anderson
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Yosemite Valley from east portal of Wawona Tunnel

N. P. S. photo by Ralph Anderson

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