American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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Nanda Devi
Nanda Devi Charles S. Houston ON July 6th, 1936, there assembled at Ranikhet, Garhwal, seven men and a huge amount of ...
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Feature Article
1937
The Ascent of Mt. Waddington
The Ascent of Mt. Waddington William P. House IT was in the spring of 1935 that a climbing trip into the ...
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Feature Article
1937
Mts. Monarch, Silverthrone, and the Klinkaklini Glacier
Mts. Monarch, Silverthrone and the Klinaklini Glacier Henry S. Hall, Jr. FOR our 1936 visit to the Coast Range we had ...
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Feature Article
1937
On Foot to Distant Canadian Summits
On Foot to Distant Canadian Summits Sterling B. Hendricks HOW fortunate is man to forget the ardors of back-packing that ...
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Feature Article
1937
A Tour in Swedish Lapland
A Tour in Swedish Lapland Donald W. Brown LAPLAND is an ethnological rather than political name, since the country inhabited ...
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Feature Article
1937
Ascents Along the Athabaska
Ascents Along the Athabaska Francis S. North THE highway from Jasper toward Lake Louise runs southward through the jackpine forests ...
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Feature Article
1937
Singing on the Summit
Singing on the Summit Elizabeth S. Cowles WITH all the writing that has been done about the joys of mountaineering, ...
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Feature Article
1937
The Second American Ascent of Mont Blanc
The Second American Ascent of Mont Blanc (Dr. Talbot—1854) Dr. Israel Tisdale Talbot, who made the second complete American ascent ...
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Feature Article
1937
William Frederick Badè, 1871-1936
WILLIAM FREDERICK BADÈ (1871-1936) With the passing of Dr. William Frederick Badè at his home in Berkeley, Calif., March 4th, 1936, ...
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In Memoriam
1937
Roger W. Toll, 1883-1936
ROGER W. TOLL 1883-1936 On February 25th, 1936, the National Park Service incurred a staggering loss when two of its outstanding ...
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In Memoriam
1937
Paul Roper McIntyre, 1906-1936
PAUL ROPER McINTYRE 1906-1936 Paul McIntyre was born June 25th, 1906, and lost his life on September 21st, 1936, in an automobile ...
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In Memoriam
1937
August Severin Eggers, 1862-1936
AUGUST SEVERIN EGGERS 1862-1936 Dr. August Eggers died of pernicious anemia on October 7th, 1936, at the age of seventy-three. Norwegian ...
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In Memoriam
1937
John Gresham Machen, 1881-1937
JOHN GRESHAM MACHEN 1881-1937 John Gresham Machen was born at Baltimore on July 28th, 1881, and died in Bismarck, N. D., ...
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In Memoriam
1937
Das Letzte im Fels
Das Letzte im Fels, by Domenico Rudatis. Translated from the Italian by Emmeli Capuis and Max Rohrer. 8vo. ; 250 pages, including ...
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Book Reviews
1937
Lawinen, Snow Structure and Ski Fields
Lawinen, by Walter Flaig. 8 vo. ; 173 pages, maps and illustra- trations. F. U. Brockhaus, Leipzig, 1935. Snow Structure and Ski Fields, by ...
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Book Reviews
1937
Devil: The Life Story of a Chamois in the Austrian Alps
Devil: The Life Story of a Chamois in the Austrian Alps, by Waldemar Schmidtman. Translated by the author. 214 pages, with ...
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Book Reviews
1937
"Ces Monts sublimes." Les Ecrivains a la Montagne
“Ces Monts sublimes.” Les Ecrivains a la Montagne, by Claire- Eliane Engel and Charles Vallot. 8 vo. ; 304 pages, with bibliography, index ...
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Book Reviews
1937
Les Batailles pour L'Himalaya
Les Batailles pour L’Himalaya, by Claire-Eliane Engel. 8 vo. ; vii + 157 pages, with 16 full-page illustrations, 3 outline maps, 2 diagrams and bibliography. Paris : ...
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Book Reviews
1937
Guide de la Chaine du Mont Blanc
Guide de la Chaine du Mont Blanc, by Marcel Kurz. 12 mo. ; 501 pages, with index and 56 diagrams. Fourth edition. Lausanne: Payot ...
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Book Reviews
1937
The Playground of Europe, My Climbs in the Alps and Caucasus
The Playground of Europe, by Leslie Stephen. 243 pages, 19 illustrations. My Climbs in the Alps and Caucasus, by A. F. Mummery. 256 ...
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Book Reviews
1937
Mont Ventoux
Mont Ventoux, by Francesco Petrarca. 21 pages. Munich, 1936. Der Tummelplatz Europas, by Leslie Stephen. 8 vo. ; 186 pages, with 19 illustrations. Munich, 1936. In their ...
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Book Reviews
1937
Ecuador
Alpine Bibliographie für das Jahr 1934. 12 mo. ; 235 pages. Himalaja-Bibliographie (1801-1933). 12 mo.; 48 pages. Two publications of the Verein der Freunde der ...
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Notes
1937
The Club Rooms
The Club Rooms In this issue we present for the first time two pictures of the rooms of the American ...
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Notes
1937
North America, United States, Wyoming, Wyoming Rockies, Teton Range
Teton Range1 During the 1936 season there were several important new climbs, most of them on the Grand Teton and resulting ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
North America, United States, Wyoming, Wind River Range
Wind River Range. A number of interesting climbs were made in this region by a group from the Appalachian Mountain ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
North America, United States, Wyoming, Devils Tower
Devils Tower. A small party of climbers, some of them members of this club, were prevented from making an attempt ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
North America, United States, Colorado, Colorado Climbing Notes
Colorado Climbing Notes, 1936 To supplement the record of previous climbing seasons before reporting new ones, note that in September 3rd, 1935, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, Manless Climbs
Manless Climbs. The eternal feminine is penetrating to the center of another sport. It is a long time since the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
A.P. Coleman
A. P. Coleman, Professor Emeritus of Geology, University of Toronto, and Honorary Member of the American Alpine Club, was awarded ...
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Notes
1937
Europe, France, Alps, Montavert
Supplemental Notes on Early American Ascents Montanvert. One of the first American women to visit Chamonix was Fanny W. Hall, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Europe, France, Alps, Mont Blanc
Mont Blanc. No. 6 (A.A.J., ii, 365). George W. Heard. Eustace Anderson writes: “When we arrived at the cabin [Grands ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Europe, Matterhorn
Matterhorn (A. A. J.,ii, 510). William Oxnard Moseley. Dr. Claude Wilson, former President of the A. C., writes : “I, with ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Europe, Switzerland, Monte Rosa
Monte Rosa (A.A.J., ii, 512). T. Alston Bishop, the second American to ascend Mont Blanc twice (No. 49 and 66), also ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Europe, Switzerland, Monte Rosa
Kl. Doldenhorn. John St. Boalt, of Ohio, joined E. v. Fellen- berg and P. Gosset, of Bern, in an attempt ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
To Avoid Duplication of Effort...
To avoid duplication of effort in connection with the preceding research, it seems worthwhile to mention certain negative results. D. ...
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Notes
1937
Memorials to Conrad Kain
Memorials to Conrad Kain. On June 21st, 1936, a memorial tablet to this guide was unveiled at the foot of the ...
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Notes
1937
Mountaineering Dogs
Mountaineering Dogs. To those already mentioned (A. A. J., ii, 553), one may add the following: H. M. Atkins, who ascended ...
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Notes
1937
Europe, Italy, Piz Popena
Piz Popena. One of our members, Christine Reid, with two guides, Guiseppe Dimai and Angelo Verzi, made a new ascent ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Europe, Piz Buin
Piz Buin. A 5 m. cross has been erected on its summit, the highest peak of Vorarlberg (Silvretta).
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Franz Stöger
Franz Stöger, guide in the Kaisergebirge, died in December at the age of fifty–two. He was the keeper ...
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Notes
1937
Europe, Austria, Caucasus, Austrian Caucasus Expedition, 1936
Austrian Caucasus Expedition, 1936. An Austrian party under Prof. Rudolf Schwarzgruber made a number of climbs in the central Caucasus around ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Europe, Austria, Caucasus, Swabian Caucasus Expedition, 1936
Swabian Caucasus Expedition, 1936. Two Stuttgart climbers, Fritz Schäfer and Hans Schweizer, did several climbs in the central Caucasus from ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Europe, Austria, Caucasus, German Caucasus Expedition, 1936
German Caucasus Expedition, 1936. The German expedition entered the central Caucasus by way of the Baksan Valley and Adyl Su to ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Asia, Nepal, Mount Everest
Mount Everest. The 1936 expedition to Everest was particularly unfortunate in its weather conditions. It avoided the long and circuitous route ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Asia, Nepal, French Himalayan Expedition
French Himalayan Expedition. The long-awaited French expedition to the Himalayas finally chose the mountains of Baltistan as its goal. Its ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Asia, India, Gurla Mandhata
Gurla Mandhata. A Viennese student, Herbert Tichy, disguised as an Indian pilgrim with two Indian friends and Kitar, a porter ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Asia, India, Garhwal Himalaya
Garhwal Himalaya. An American-British expedition to Nanda Devi, the highest mountain in the British Empire was extremely successful this summer, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Asia, India, Sikkim Himalaya
Sikkim Himalaya. A small party under the leadership of Marco Pallis was active in this section. An attempt was made ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1937
Ecuador
Ecuador has been the scene of considerable aerial activity of late. An expedition headed by Capt. Erskine Loch has recently ...
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Notes
1937