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  • Denali is pictured c. 1900.
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  • William McKinley is pictured in 1897.
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  • Pictured is a portrait of the party that first climbed Denali in Sept. 1913. The party was led by Hudson Struck, not pictured, Robert Tatum, possibly left, Walter Harper, center, Harry P. Karstens, and two young Native Americans named Johnny and Esaias.
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  • The wife of a mountaineer, Mrs. Parker, with the team of dogs which assisted in her climb of Denali, are pictured c. 1930.
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  • A greeting card from Alaska is pictured c. 1942, prominently featuring Denali.
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  • With the towering 20,300 feet peak of Denali as a backdrop, a formation of U.S. Army Air Forces A-29 planes drone along on the alert in defense during World War II in Alaska on Nov. 5, 1942.
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  • Robert D. Working and his wife, Marie, inspect a map of the area where Denali is located on July 30, 1964. They were members of a party which scaled the 20,320-foot mountain.
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  • A photographer views a climber at the top of the West Rib reaching 19,300 feet on Denali on June 1, 1993.
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  • A climber is pictured on Denali's summit on Jan. 1, 1997.
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  • Denali is pictured in Jan. 2001.
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  • A view of the Denali National Park and Preserve entrance sign is pictured on Aug. 18, 2013 in Denali National Park, Alaska.
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  • Denali is seen on a rare sunny day on Aug. 19, 2011.
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