1927 "Pour la truite, comme pour les hommes, soignez vos appâts..."
Lucy Walker, [1836 - 1961] first woman to climb the Matterhorn, Balmhorn, Wetterhorn, Lyskamm, and Piz Bernina. Lucy wore a white flannel dress, as Victorian women did, to undertake her alpine adventures. Also in this photo, seated, is her father Frank Walker, [unknown perhaps Lucy's brother], Melchior Anderegg, and Adolphus Warburton Moore.jpg
Truite : définition illustrée et explications
Définition illustrée de la truite
Charis, Lake Ediza, California - Edward Weston
Gwen Moffat – an incredible lady – How many know her story?
Hélène Dutrieu (1877 – 1961), was a cycling world champion, stunt cyclist, stunt motorcyclist, automobile racer, stunt driver, pioneer aviator, & wartime ambulance driver.
Mendel (Couture) 1945 Evening Gown, René Gruau
Clare Marie Hodges, the first female ranger in Yosemite National Park. “Clare began teaching in the Yosemite Valley School in 1916. During World War I, Hodges heard about the difficulty the park was having finding men to work as rangers due to the demands of the war. In the spring of 1918, she applied to the superintendent, Washington B. Lewis, and said, “Probably you’ll laugh at me, but I want to be a ranger.”
China explorer Adelaide 'Su-Lin' Young dies
Adelaide "Su-Lin" Young (23 December 1911 – 17 April 2008) was an American explorer, journalist, and disc jockey. A Chinese American, she was the first American woman to explore the Himalayas in the 1930s and Su Lin, the first giant panda brought to the United States, was named for her. (Photo: husband Jack Young (left) and brother-in-law (at the right))
The American Museum of Fly Fishing "A Graceful Rise" Exhibit Now Online
The American Museum of Fly Fishing "A Graceful Rise" Exhibit Now Online - Orvis News