Chris Jorgenson Studio

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The Chris Jorgenson Studio is a one room log building, built in 1904 as an artist's studio for Chris Jorgenson in the Yosemite Valley. Jorgenson, an instructor and assistant director of the California School of Fine Arts, arrived in Yosemite in the 1890s. Jorgenson studied and depicted local native Americans from 1899, collecting native basketwork. The National Park Service acquired the Jorgenson Studio in 1919, calling it the Yosemite Museum. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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  1. Fish Camp
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  1. Sunny Slopes (California)
  2. Swall Meadows (California)

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  1. Wawona Tree

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  1. Ostrander Lake

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