Shreve Saddle is the first land mark on the popular Sycamore Reservoir Trail. Forrest Shreve came to Tucson to work at the Carnegie Institute’s Desert Laboratoy and worked for many years at Tumamoc Hill with his wife Edith Shreve*. He also made numerous trips into the Santa Catalina Mountains and published several papers including data and observations from the range.
(*For more information about Edith Shreve see A Career of Her Own: Edith Shreve at the Desert Laboratory.)
- Janice Emily Bowers
- The University of Arizona Press, 1988
- ISBN 0-8165-1072-5