Missing in the Minarets: the search for Walter A. Starr, Jr

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Yosemite Association, Feb 1, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 215 pages
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A riviting narrative detailing the mysterious disappearance of Peter Starr, a San Francisco attorney from a prominent family, who set off to climb alone in the rugged Minaret region of the Sierra Nevada in July 1933. Rigorous and thorough searches by some of the best climbers in the history of the range failed to locate him despite a number of promising clues. When all hopes seemed gone, legendary mountaineer Norman Clyde continued the search to learn the fate of the lost man.

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This was an interesting book set in the 1930's. Walter "Pete" Starr went hiking in the Sierra Nevadas and never returned. His family organized a search for him but only his remains were ever found. Read full review

Contents

Foreword
9
Introduction
11
Walter Peter Starr Jr
15
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Alsup is a photographer, writer, and attorney who practices in San Francisco.