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    Paradise Inn
    Creation Date: ca. 1920
    Catalog ID: 1998.86.1.76
    Call Number: 1998.86.1.76
    Hand tinted photograph of Paradise Inn at Mount Rainier, circa 1920. Paradise Inn, designed by Frederick Heath, opened on July 1, 1917. In this photograph, wildflowers, dirt paths and clusters of trees are visible in the foreground. To the right of the Inn are small cabins. The Tatoosh Mountain Range is in the background.
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    Boston's Party Leaving Paradise Inn [Mount Rainier National Park]
    Creation Date: 1917
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.40147
    Call Number: 1943.42.40147
    Black and white glass plate negative image of members of Boston's Party leaving Paradise Inn, Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, 1917. A horse is harnessed to a sled loaded with sacks, possibly provisions and equipment, in image center. Another sled is partially visible behind it. Seven people, including some women, are mounted on horses in front of a group of evergreen trees in image right. A few people stand on a structure next to the sled in image left. No faces are distinguishable. Buildings are in the background near image left edge. Snow covers the ground. The Tatoosh Mountain Range is in the background.
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    Tatoosh Range
    Creation Date: ca. 1900
    Catalog ID: 1955.53.3
    This is an oil landscape of the TATOOSH RANGE of mountains
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    Photo shop crew [Mount Rainier National Park]
    Creation Date: 1928
    Catalog ID: 2015.37.236.1
    Call Number: 2015.37.236.1
    Black and white, close cellulose nitrate negative image of 5 male photographers, the photo shop crew, standing facing the camera, each with a camera mounted on a tripod in front of him, in front of a small building near Paradise Inn at Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, WA, 1928. The men are wearing jodhpurs and climbing boots. Sign on front of the building: Photogra___A peak of the Tatoosh Mountain Range is visible in the background at image left edge. Rex Benedict, photographer
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    [Photo of Tatoosh Mountain Range from Paradise Valley]
    Creation Date: 1917
    Catalog ID: 1999.120.7.230
    Call Number: 1999.120.7.230
    Photo of Tatoosh Mountain Range from Paradise Valley, during the Mountaineers' first winter outing to Mount Rainier National Park, January 1st 1917.
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    Mt Rainier from Tatooch Range
    Catalog ID: 2006.106.1
    Call Number: 2006.106.1
    Fairly close photo of the top of Mount Rainier, taken from the Tatoosh Mountain Range. A cloud sits behind the summit,and covers a small portion of the it. Snow cover is sparse, and details of rock are visible.
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    Creation Date: 1980
    Catalog ID: 1996.35.7
    Call Number: EPH-C/979.7771/Un3se/1980
    1 poster; col. ill.; 71 cm; Photo of Mt. Rainier with Tatoosh Mountain Range in foreground
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    Part of Tootosh Range
    Creation Date: ca. 1890
    Catalog ID: 2005.0.340.16
    Call Number: 2005.0.340.16
    View of the Tatoosh Mountain Range from Mount Rainier National Park. A flat mostly snow covered area is in the foreground.
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    Washington Mountain Flowers
    Creation Date: 1917
    Catalog ID: C1943.127.5.9
    Photograph, color tinted scenic view of a field of wildflowers (avalanche lilies), Mount Rainier National Park, Asahel Curtis, photographer, 1917. Some of the flowers are tinted yellow, others flowers have been untinted and appear white, with foliage tinted green. Behind the flowers are evergreen trees and a valley with patches of snow. In the distance are peaks in the Tatoosh Mountain Range covered with snow. The photograph may have been taken from the Paradise Valley area of Mount Rainier National Park. The tinted print is the same image as: Curtis negative number: 40010.
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    The Tatoosh Range from Paradise Park
    Creation Date: 1909
    Catalog ID: 2003.0.975
    Call Number: 2003.0.975
    A view of the craggy Tatoosh Range with fir trees in the foreground.