Art: Yosemite Man

In the National Park Service headquarters on the University of California campus at Berkeley, men were hard at work last week framing, glazing and cataloging a collection of 198 oil and watercolor paintings. At the same time, high in the snows of Yosemite, Director C. A. ("Bert") Harwell of the Yosemite National Park Museum was scratching his head over the largest windfall his institution had ever received.

A collection of sheep horns, plaster relief maps, Indian blankets, rock specimens, framed photographs, stuffed animals, miners' picks and other objects assembled during the past 20...

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