A Panoramic View from Papoos Peak
Title:
A Panoramic View from Papoos Peak
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
showing a skier in action. In the background is the Speed Skating Rink, Press Center Building, and the Olympic Village.


World Famous Squaw Valley Lodge
Title:
World Famous Squaw Valley Lodge
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Scene of the 1960 Winter Olympics. View of the chalet after a heavy snow. This popular family resort provides unsurpassed skiing facilities amid the rugged 9,000 foot Sierra peaks.



Squaw Valley Chalet
Title:
Squaw Valley Chalet
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused


Squaw Valley Cable Car
Title:
Squaw Valley Cable Car
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused



Squaw Valley Lodge
Title:
Squaw Valley Lodge
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
The main entrance to the newly enlarged resort hotel which was the original valley development and which was the "Hub of Activity" during the 1960 Winter Olympic Games. Colourpicture Publishers, Inc.


Squaw Valley Lodge, Near Lake Tahoe
Title:
Squaw Valley Lodge, Near Lake Tahoe
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Art Marston Squaw Valley reposes in a superbly beautiful nook in the High Sierra, just five miles from the northwest shore of Lake Tahoe and 45 miles from Reno. It is the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics. Curt Teich & Co.



Squaw Valley Lodge
Title:
Squaw Valley Lodge
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Squaw Valley Lodge after a heavy snow. America's most famous winter resort offers unsurpassed skiing facilities.


Panoramic View of Valley Floor
Title:
Panoramic View of Valley Floor
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Showing Blyth Arena and other buildings of this year-round resort. Mike Roberts



Squaw Valley Inn
Title:
Squaw Valley Inn
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Louis Roberts Sierra News Co.


Summer Time in Squaw Valley
Title:
Summer Time in Squaw Valley
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Is most delightful. The Olympic Village shown in the foreground is open for public use to accommodate the summer vacationist. In Squaw Valley you can enjoy ice skating, swimming, riding the scenic ski lift, hiking, horseback riding, etc. Stores, shops, restaurants and hotels are available to make your summer visit enjoyable. Reno News Agency



View of Squaw Valley
Title:
View of Squaw Valley
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Is getting quite famous as a summer resort because of the excellent facilities it provides. The ice skating rink (where the 1960 Olympic champions performed) is open for public use the year around. Fine food and hotel accommodations are available as well as nice shops to supply your vacation needs. Curt Teich & Co.


Squaw Valley Inn
Title:
Squaw Valley Inn
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Offers the utmost in comfort and relaxation.



Sierra Peaks
Title:
Sierra Peaks
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Sierra News Co.


Squaw Valley Blyth Olumpic Ice Arena
Title:
Squaw Valley Blyth Olumpic Ice Arena
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Hans Von Nolde Landmark of Squaw Valley, where Olympic figure skating and hokey events were held. Now a palace for year around ice skating, also a popular convention site in the high sierras. Colourpicture Publishers Inc.



The United Church of Christ of Squaw Valley
Title:
The United Church of Christ of Squaw Valley
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
The roof is a hyperbolic parabaloid, the first used in a church structure. Designed by John Lipscomb, it was finished in time for the Winter Olympics and now contains as the Protestant Church in the Valley. Services are held here each Sunday at 9:00 am and 11:00 am.


Squaw Valley Chalet
Title:
Squaw Valley Chalet
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Anchor Color Site of the 1960 Winter Olympics. In summer and in winter Squaw Valley offers a wide variety of activities. Swimming, tennis, skiing, skating, fishing and just seven miles from Lake Tahoe.



The Interior of the Sanctuary of the United Church of Christ
Title:
The Interior of the Sanctuary of the United Church of Christ
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Designed by John Lipscomb, stained glass work done by Anne Knorr. The church was completed in time for the 1960 Winter Olympic Games and now continues as the Protestant Church of the Valley. Services are held here each Sunday moring at 8:00 A.M. and 10:30 A.M.


Blyth Arena
Title:
Blyth Arena
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Blyth Arena constructed for International Hockey Competition and FIgure Skating for Vlll Winter Olympics. Now used for all year 'round ice skating.



Warming Hut
Title:
Warming Hut
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the huge warming huts built for VIII Winter Olympics and future visitors. Now the Hof Brau, it is still a spectator center.


Scene of the 1960 Winter Olympic Games
Title:
Scene of the 1960 Winter Olympic Games
Squaw Valley California (CA), Real Photo unused



High Camp
Title:
High Camp
Squaw Valley California (CA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Squaw Valley's High Camp, at 8200 ft. offers skiing, ice skating, bungee jumping, swimming, tennis, hiking and a spectacular view of the Sierra Pacific Coast


Squaw Valley Cable Car
Title:
Squaw Valley Cable Car
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome

Description:
A breathtaking ride into the wonderland of the High Sierra, to the Gold Coast Station, 2,000 feet above the Valley Floor. A 32 minute sight-seeing ride, viewing the Sierra Mountains and Lake Tahoe. Site of the 1960 Olympic Winter Games



Squaw Valley Lodge
Title:
Squaw Valley Lodge
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
A favorite rendezvous for all winter sports


Queen of the Snows, Catholic Church
Title:
Queen of the Snows, Catholic Church
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Built for VIII Winter Olympics. Has continued in use for residents and visitors



Blyth Sports Arena - Site of the 1960 VII Winter Olympics
Title:
Blyth Sports Arena - Site of the 1960 VII Winter Olympics
Squaw Valley California (CA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
View of the colorful North End of this magnificent arena which accommodated over 9,000 for the thrilling Olympic competition Colourpicture


Squaw Valley Olympic House
Title:
Squaw Valley Olympic House
Squaw Valley California (CA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Located in the heart of the main lodge connected with the Gondola and Squaw Valley Lodge. In the background is K.T. 22, one of the expert runs at Squaw. (site of the 1960 Winter Olympics) Plastichrome



Squaw Valley, Calif Skyjump
Title:
Squaw Valley, Calif Skyjump
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Looking up toward Papoose Peak from standing bleach- chers of the Olympic Games area in Squaw Valley, California


Ski Squaw
Title:
Ski Squaw
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series P306278 B World famous Squaw Valley, California Scene of the 1960. International Winter Olympic Games. Close-up view of the spectacular Olympic Ice Arena in a setting of virgin snow.



Squaw Valley Chalet
Title:
Squaw Valley Chalet
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series S12998 Site of the 1960 Winter Olympics. In summer and in winter Squaw Valley offers a wide variety of activities. Swimming, Tennis, Skiing, Skating, Fishing and just seven miles from Lake Tahoe, California.


Scene Of The 1960 Winter Olympic Games
Title:
Scene Of The 1960 Winter Olympic Games
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome PM 1961 Jul-17

Description:
Series V1021 Panoramic Summer view of the valley floor showing Blythe Arena, the speed skating course and other buildings now operated as a California State Park as a year round resort area.



World Famous Squaw Valley Scene Of The 1960
Title:
World Famous Squaw Valley Scene Of The 1960
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series V594 International winter Olympic games. Winter view of the Athleters Center in the beautiful Olympic Village Built to house the approximately 1,000 Olympic contestants.


A Panoramic View Of Squaw Valley
Title:
A Panoramic View Of Squaw Valley
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 45 A panoramic view of Squaw Valley, California, from Papoose peak showing a skier in action. In the background is the Speed skating Rink, Press Center Building, and the Olympic Village.



Scene Of The 1960 Winter Olympic Games
Title:
Scene Of The 1960 Winter Olympic Games
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series P40811 Panoramic Summer view of the valley floor showing Blythe Arena, the speed skating course and other buildings now operated as a California State Park as a year round resort area.


The Famous Squaw Valley Ski Jump
Title:
The Famous Squaw Valley Ski Jump
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series P34411 The famous Squaw Valley Ski Jump proclaimed the finest in the world. Scene of the 1960 VIII Winter Olympic Games, Squaw Valley, Calif.



Greetings From Squaw Valley
Title:
Greetings From Squaw Valley
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
International Winter Olympic Games. Perfect snow conditions on the rugged slopes provide a spectacular backdrop for the exciting Slalom Course


Hello From Squaw Valley
Title:
Hello From Squaw Valley
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
World-famous Squaw Valley, California scene of the 1960 International Winter Olympic Games. Top: World's largest chair lift (2800 feet). The famous "Sky-Chair" operating both summer and winter carries passengers from the valley floor to the top of 9,021 foot Squaw Peak in the distance. Bottom: Spectacular View from take-off area at the top of the ski-jump, the winter games most exciting event.



Squaw Valley
Title:
Squaw Valley
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Blyth Arena Constructed for International Hockey Competition and Figure Skating for VIII Winter Olympics. Now used for all year round ice skating


Sierra Peaks
Title:
Sierra Peaks
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome PM 1960 Feb-27

Description:
Skiers pause momentarily to view the spectacular Sierra Nevada mountains before making ski trails down to the valley floor



Squaw Valley
Title:
Squaw Valley
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
First winter's snow in beautiful Squaw Valley, awaiting thousands of skiers and other winter sportsmen. Site of 1960 VIII Winter Olympics.


Squaw Valley Lodge
Title:
Squaw Valley Lodge
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
The main entrance to the newly enlarged resort hotel which was the original valley development and which was the "Hub of Activity" during the 1960 Winter Olympic Games.



Blythe Sports Arena
Title:
Blythe Sports Arena
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome PM 1961 Aug-08

Description:
View of the colorful North End of this magnificent area which accommodated over 9,000 for the thrilling Olympic competition.


The United Church Of Christ Of Squaw Valley
Title:
The United Church Of Christ Of Squaw Valley
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome

Description:
The United Church of Christ of Squaw Valley, California. The roof is a hyperbolic parabaloid, the first used in a church structure. Designed by John Lipscomb. It was finished in time for the Winter Olympics and now continues as the Protestant Church in the Valley. services are held here each Sunday at 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.



The Ski Lift
Title:
The Ski Lift
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome PM 1951 Dec-7

Description:
The largest in the world. Runs 2,000 vertical feet to the top of Squaw Peak overlooking Lake Tahoe


Squaw Valley Skiiers
Title:
Squaw Valley Skiiers
Squaw Valley California (CA), Real Photo PM 1951 Mar-18

Description:
West's newest year 'round resort. Lies just 5 miles from US Highway 40 towards Lake Tahoe. Winter scene shows popularity of the double sky chair. World's largest ski lift, rising over 2,000 vertical feet almost to the top of majestic 9,000 foot Squaw Peak. The lift will carry 600 skiers every hour, 8200 feet over the most perfect ski slopes to be found anywhere



Olympic Village Hotel
Title:
Olympic Village Hotel
Squaw Valley California (CA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
This is where athletes from all over the world stayed during the 1960 Winter Olympic Games in Squaw Valley. Today it is a summer and winter resort with 300 rooms Plastichrome


Blythe Ice Arena and Nevada Olympic Building
Title:
Blythe Ice Arena and Nevada Olympic Building
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Blythe Ice Arena showing left background. Nevada Olympic Bldg. shown to the right. Speed skating rick shown to the front of ice arena, looking down from the famous Squaw Valley Ski Jump. Scene of the 1960 VIII Winter Olympic Games at Squaw Valley, Calif



Squaw Valley
Title:
Squaw Valley
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series V597 Squaw Valley as seen from the top of the Famous Squaw Valley Ski jump. Olympic Village scene left background, Ice Arena and speed skating rink seen to the right. Calif. Olympic building and Administration Bldg. shows in left foreground. Scene of the VIII Winter Olympic Games 1960, Squaw Valley, Calif.


Closing Ceremonies 1960 VIII Winter Olympics
Title:
Closing Ceremonies 1960 VIII Winter Olympics
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused



Chair Lift
Title:
Chair Lift
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the world's largest chair lifts carries skiers and sightseers from the valley floor to the top of the Sierra Nevada Range


Squaw Valley
Title:
Squaw Valley
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Panoramic view of the Valley floor showing blithe Arena and other buildings of his year-round resort



Squaw Valley Cable Car
Title:
Squaw Valley Cable Car
Squaw Valley California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
A breathtaking ride into the wonderland of the High Sierra, to the Gold Coast Station, 2,000 feet above the Valley Floor. A 32 minute sightseeing ride, viewing the Sierra Mountains and Lake Tahoe.




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