Lane Peak from Above Paradise Inn, Mt. Rainier - 1928


Lane Peak from Above Paradise Inn, Mt. Rainier - Lindsley

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This well-composed view frames Lane Peak, in the Tatoosh Range, from the old Cloudy Crest campground above the Paradise Inn in Rainier National Park. The peak is named for Franklin Knight Lane, who was the U. S. Secretary of Interior from 1913 to 1920, and presided over the creation of the National Park Service in 1916. The photographer, L. D.Lindsley, has his own history, as the grandson of David and Louisa Denny, two of the founders of Seattle.

-- This photo is restored and printed by Old Oregon from an original at the Washington State Archives.

Additional Information

Item Number AA1142
Photographer L. D. Lindsley
Location Mount Rainier, Washington State
Subject Forests and Trees, Mountains
Decade 1920s
Print Maker Old Oregon
Original Type Larger Print
Size of Original 7.3 x 9.2 inches
Photographer's Number Number 17213