OK - this gallery relates to the second presentation, which was at Glen Dawson's retirement home in Pasadena.
Glen Dawson, Sara Danta (SPS Sierra Echo editor) and Ron Hudson.
Glen with Dick Jones' daughter, Gwen Rinehart, who lives in Santa Monica. .. Dick and Glen were childhood pals and climbing partners.
Bill and Judy Anderson, who once met Norman Clyde at a Sierra Club basecamp.
Beth Epstein and Dan Richter, Mark Goebel behind. .. [Mark also met Clyde at a Sierra Club camp.]
A couple of my gnarly adventure buddies - Lou Lintereur and Rick Dolphus.
Glen making introductions. ... We're using a meeting room at Villa Gardens, Glen's retirement home in Pasadena (he is now 97).
Sarah & Patrick McKusky in foreground.
Bob & Maureen Cates in foreground. ... It was Bob who suggested that I repeat my presentation in Pasadena!
Angeles Chapter historian & archivist Bob Cates and Bill.
[This and next photo provided by Bob.]
Glen with Bob.
L-R: SPSers Tina Bowman, Dan Richter, Larry & Barbee Tidball, and Beth Epstein.
Kathy Rich, current SPS chair, and Tina Bowman.
Glen with his son Keith and grandson Joe.
Sarah & Patrick McKusky and Anne Marie Richardson.
[Next day.] ...Two of Glen's old mountaineering albums.
High Trip of 1929 - when Glen Dawson and Jules Eichorn first climbed together, though not yet on their own.
Glen easily has the longest tenure of any current Sierra Club member. .. This was a gift of Aurelia Harwood, first female Club president, when Glen was nine. .. Signed by Will Colby.
Looking though scrapbooks in Glen's apartment.
With climber and author Doug Robinson - preparing for a filmed interview. .. Doug is the author of "A Night on the Ground a Day in the Open," 2004.
Lots of gear to set up.
Climber and filmmaker Steve Grossman, who came down from Seattle.
Doug, Steve and Glen.
Thanks everyone for coming along & NTW, Bill