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PostTue Jan 11, 2022 1:16 pm 
Just going through old family photos and ran across the following Images. Baker, Rainier, and Snoqualmie Pass are 3x5 post cards. Monte Cristo area images are 4x6 photos? Anyway - thought somebody might enjoy them.

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PostTue Jan 11, 2022 7:33 pm 
Those are cool. Thanks for posting. I wish the Snoqualmie Pass one was a little more wide angle. Is that a ridge of Granite in the background or something else along the highway. Many of these older photos had only a very general naming scheme because more specific place names didn't exist yet.

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PostWed Jan 12, 2022 11:48 am 
After closer inspection the photo labelled: "Addiseon' Peak Along the Trail To Silver Lake -279-: Monte Cristo" Looks like it refers to what is now labelled as "Addison Ridge", Due North of Monte Cristo. I found a Photo that appears to be from a higher but similar vantage point in a Schroder TR from 2010: https://www.nwhikers.net/forums/viewtopic.php?p=596401 I don't know the area well but I am guessing the photo of Rainier is from the South (maybe Pinnacle Saddle/Peak?) as you can see what must be Paradise if you look close directly in front of the mountain.

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