First edition. 8vo. Original pictorial, stiff wrappers, 24 pp., illustrated from photographs. Membership application slip for 1929 affixed onto the rear inside cover with a small sticker.
The Wonderland Camp for Boys was under the direction of the Rainier National Park Company. Over the course of a month, the boys would learn how to camp, hike, fish, and ride horseback. The first week of camp was spent in learning the basics of camp life, then two weeks were spent on the Wonderland Trail, and during their final week the boys took day trips around the area. Photographs show views of the men in charge of the camp, Reflection Lake, Mowich Lake, on the Skyline Trail, Pinnacle Peak, Paradise Glacier, etc. We locate three institutional holdings of this booklet. Fine, bright copy.
Inventory Number: 46155