1872 1890 1901 c.1910s 189919001900 II19021903190819221923Galen Clark, first Gaurdian of Yosemite Sources: California Historical Society / Library of Congress / Milwaukee Public Museum / National Geographic / University of Southern California / Bennett Hall 7 Responses Andy July 19, 2012 Sweet Jesus…don’t tell Jimmy Stewart. Reply Jim July 19, 2012 I wonder if that rock is still in place today. Does anyone know? Reply Jim July 19, 2012 Answering my own question, apparently the rock is still there today. I did a Google search and found this image. http://www.public-domain-photos.com/free-stock-photos-4-big/travel/yosemite/glacier-point.jpg Reply jmark nashville July 19, 2012 now we know why the life expectancy was about 45 back then lol Reply Kim July 19, 2012 Not pictured: “Falling Off Glacier Point” Reply John July 21, 2012 Love the pithy warning. Can just imagine some old-timer shaking his head at those dang fool tourists. Reply piotnik July 26, 2012 “It is 3.000 feet [~914 m] to the bottom and no undertaker to meet you. Take no chances. There is a difference between bravery and just plain ordinary foolishness.” Ok, driving a crowded car on this rock is definitely NOT just plain ordinary foolishness.. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.