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Tioga Road, Between Crane Flat & Tioga Pass, Yosemite Village, Mariposa County, CA

Tioga Road, Between Crane Flat & Tioga Pass, Yosemite Village, Mariposa County, CA





Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Great Sierra Consolidated Silver Company
Bureau of Public Roads
Whitney, Josiah D
Haines, J T
Chase, George W
Brusky, William
Great Sierra Consolidated Silver Company
Barney, Charles N
Priest, William C
Carpenter, H B
Medlicott, H P
Leonard, Archie M
Wood, A E
Swift, Rudolphus N
Rodgers, Alex
Zevely, J W
Caine, Joseph E
Alger, Russell A
Benson, H C
Crocker, Mary Hall
Forsythe, W T
Mather, Stephen Tyng
Albright, Horace
Colby, William E
Sierra Club
Sovulewski, Gabriel
Lewis, Washington Bartlett
Wosky, John B
Yosemite Park & Curry Company
Tolen, Harry S
Alderton, H E
Nissi, Karl E
Leavitt, E P
Kittredge, Frank
Taylor, O G
Roach, Tom
Sweetser, C M
Public Works Administration
Civilian Conservation Corps
Emergency Conservation Works
Willis & Sons
Hayward Building Supply
Louis Biascotti & Son
Wood, Claude C
Frank B Marlas & Son
Vint, Thomas C
Bradley, Harold C
Adams, Ansel
Leonard, Richard M
Preston, John C
Wirth, Conrad L
Huber, Walter
Udall, Stewart
Olmsted, Frederick Law
Christianson, Justine, transmitter


Yosemite Village37.74273, -119.59870
Google Map of 37.7427271, -119.5986971


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