Title:Sempervirens Club of California: an album of photographs of the 1900 and 1901 gatherings of the club in Santa Cruz County
Creator/Contributor:Hill, A. P. (Andrew Putnam), 1854-1922, creator
Creator/Contributor:Richards, W. W.
Album of copy prints compiled by W.W. Richards for the 27th anniversary meeting of the Sempervirens Club in 1927. Images depict
scenes in the redwoods of the Big Basin area, which the club was dedicated to preserving; logging activities; and the 1901
visit to Big Basin of Gov. Henry Tifft Gage and members of the State Park Commisioner's Advisory Board. Photographs also include
views of outings and camping.
Gage, Henry Tifft -- 1852-1924
Sempervirens Club of California.
Conservation of natural resources -- California -- Santa Cruz County -- Photographs
Lumbering -- California -- Photographs
Redwood industry -- California -- Photographs
Forest conservation -- California -- Photographs
Parks -- California -- Santa Cruz County -- Photographs
Big Basin Redwoods State Park (Calif.) -- Pictorial works
taken by Andrew Putnam Hill.
Copy prints. Sempervirens Club of California, 1955.
Historic Landmarks Commission of the City of San Jose, Calif.
Andrew Putnam Hill, born in Indiana, was a photographer and painter resident in San Jose, Calif. An early conservation movement
leader, he founded the Sempervirens Club in 1900; reactivated in 1968 as the Sempervirens Fund.
1 album (90 photographic prints) : b&w ; 29 x 40 cm.
BANC PIC 1955.008--ffALB