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Author photo. A photo of The Mountaineers club taking a lunch break on on the White Glacier of Mount Rainier in 1909 scanned from book published before 1923 - The Mountain That Was "God": Being a little book about the great peak which the Indians named "Tacoma" but which is officially called "Rainier", by John H. Williams, G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1911 scanned and cropped by Jim Heaphy

A photo of The Mountaineers club taking a lunch break on on the White Glacier of Mount Rainier in 1909 scanned from book published before 1923 - The Mountain That Was "God": Being a little book about the great peak which the Indians named "Tacoma" but which is officially called "Rainier", by John H. Williams, G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1911 scanned and cropped by Jim Heaphy

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The Mountaineers is an outdoor recreation and awareness group based in Seattle, Washington and is the third largest group of its kind in the country. It is a 501(c)(4) organization and has no restrictions on who may join. Its mission statement is: To be the premier northwest outdoor recreation club, dedicated to the responsible enjoyment and protection of natural areas.
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