Historical Photo Gallery – 1920s or 1930s

Photo courtesy of Marilyn Voss Leyland from the John Voss collection.

The photos were taken in the late 1920s or early 1930 and are provided by Marilyn Leyland.  The originals of these photos are glass slides in the John Voss collection. The boy in the picture of the dome rock is unknown.  In the group of four, Eugene Voss is third from the left and John Voss is on the right cooking.

Photo courtesy of Marilyn Voss Leyland from the John Voss collection.

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3 comments on “Historical Photo Gallery – 1920s or 1930s

  1. When you look and compare the long horizontal stone that the boy is standing on to the same stone in present day pictures with the “Friends” standing on it, it is amazing what just 50 years can do to change a stone. The neck crack is much wider and smoother and the “eye” is barely visible in this picture, but so much more pronounced in the present day pictures. Looks like a very interesting place and I have never heard of it. I might just come out for one of the hikes!!

    • We believe the rock you are referring to is called the “Dome Rock.” It serves as a center piece of the glen and used to be attached to the sandstone cliff above according to our resident geologist. Hope to see you on a hike! The next hike is actually tomorrow morning, but the weather might be a bit sketchy.

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