Year of Yosemite (YOY) – Day 10

Yosemite Conservation Heritage Center

Yosemite Conservation Heritage Center formerly known as the The LeConte Memorial Lodge

The LeConte Memorial Lodge was built by the Sierra Club in 1903 in memory of Joseph LeConte, one of the founding members of the Sierra Club. The US$4,500 cost to build the Lodge was contributed by students, alumni and faculty from the University of California and Stanford University, San Francisco businesses, and friends and relatives of LeConte. The Sierra Club levied a $1.00 assessment on each of its members to help raise the funds.

The Lodge was constructed at the base of Glacier Point in Curry Village and was dedicated on July 3, 1904. In 1919, the lodge was moved west in the Yosemite Valley to its current location across from Housekeeping Camp. For four years from 1920, Ansel Adams served as the lodge’s summer custodian.

EXCERPTED FROM WIKIPEDIA originally published this post
*All photographs Copyright by Jeffrey B. Ross with all rights reserved.

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Meta Data – Day 10 YOY – Year of Yosemite

File Name: DSC_0422.NEF
Capture time: 2:52:22 PM
Capture date: June 10, 2016
Exposure: 1/60 sec @ f/16
Focal Length: 18mm
ISO 500
Nikon D3300

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