This collection contains notebooks, scrapbooks, photographs, video cassettes, and other material regarding the Trailfinders,
an organization, and later private school, for boys established by Harry C. James in Hollywood, California during the spring
of 1915. Material documenting the teachings and outdoor excursions of the Trailfinders is included as well as the reunions
held by alumnus of the organization and school throughout the years following James' retirement.
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This collection is unprocessed. Please contact Special Collections & University Archives regarding the availability of materials
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