American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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The Ascent of Mount Bertha
The Ascent of Mount Bertha Bradford Washburn DURING the last forteen years six expeditions have attacked the western ramparts of ...
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Feature Article
1941
Climbs in the High Andes of Peru
Climbs in the High Andes of Peru William F. Jenks A record of three short expeditions in the Peruvian Cordillera, ...
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Feature Article
1941
Early Days in the Canadian Rockies
Early Days in the Canadian Rockies Walter D. Wilcox IT is strange how some impressions retain their vivid and beauti- ...
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Feature Article
1941
After Forty Years
After Forty Years J. Henry Scattergood ONLY seven of us who were founding members of the American Alpine Club in 1902 ...
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Feature Article
1941
Paintbrush on the Heights
Paintbrush on the Heights Belmore Browne NO clan on earth possesses memories that transcend those of the men and women ...
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Feature Article
1941
The Lunar Peaks
The Lunar Peaks Anderson Bakewell If the present trend of events in Europe continues we shall have to go far ...
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Feature Article
1941
Mountaineering Photography – Old Style
Mountaineering Photography—Old Style W. H. Jackson I am an honorary member of three mountain climbing clubs. These memberships were ...
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Feature Article
1941
A Bugaboo No Longer
A Bugaboo No Longer Raffi Bedayan We were camped at last timber, just a stone’s throw from a massive ...
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Feature Article
1941
Wind River Holiday
Wind River Holiday Beckett Howorth We had discovered a new game, guessing where the road would go next. It could ...
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Feature Article
1941
The West Face of the Grand Teton
The West Face of the Grand Teton Henry Coulter ROBERT UNDERHILL once stated in a lecture that the chim- ney ...
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Feature Article
1941
The North Face of Lone Eagle
The North Face of Lone Eagle ROBERT M. ORMES LONE EAGLE PEAK, formerly called Lindbergh, lies in the head of ...
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Feature Article
1941
The First Mountain Ascent in North America
The First Mountain Ascent in North America ORRIN H. BONNEY THREE and a half centuries before Whymper made the first ...
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Feature Article
1941
Alpine Panoramas and Peepshows
Alpine Panoramas and Peepshows J. Monroe Thorington TOWARD the end of the eighteenth century there arose in many European cities ...
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Feature Article
1941
John Buchan, Lord Tweedsmuir, 1875-1940
JOHN BUCHAN, LORD TWEEDSMUIR (1875-1940) He had so many interests and activities that it is hard to picture him as ...
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In Memoriam
1941
Harry Pierce Nichols, 1850-1940
HARRY PIERCE NICHOLS 1850-1940 In the death on November 15th, 1940, of our beloved past president, Harry P. Nichols, at ...
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In Memoriam
1941
Norman R. Streatfeild
NORMAN R. STREATFEILD Long before the Club’s 1938 K2 expedition left this country, its members asked the British government to ...
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In Memoriam
1941
Louis Sussdorf, 1888-1940
LOUIS SUSSDORF (1888-1940) Louis Sussdorf was born at Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y., January 7th, 1888, the son of Louis Albert ...
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In Memoriam
1941
M. Helen Smith, 1876-1940
M. HELEN SMITH (1876-1940) Helen Smith was born in Newark, N. J. She was graduated from Mt. Holyoke College in 1898 ...
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In Memoriam
1941
Mary Vaux Walcott, 1860-1940
MARY VAUX WALCOTT (1860-1940) Mrs. Mary Vaux Walcott, of Washington, a member of the American Alpine Club since 1904, died August 22...
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In Memoriam
1941
Christian Häsler, 1889-1940
CHRISTIAN HÄSLER (1889-1940) With the passing of Christian Häsler on October 31st, 1940, a strong and skillful climber, a ...
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In Memoriam
1941
Edward Whymper
Edward Whymper, by Frank S. Smythe. 8 vo., xiv + 330 pages, with illustrations, map and index. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1940. Price $6.00. There are ...
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Book Reviews
1941
Days of Fresh Air
Days of Fresh Air, by the Rt. Hon. L. S. Amery, M.P. 8 vo.; 320 pages, with 53 illustrations and index. London: ...
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Book Reviews
1941
Approach to the Hills
Approach to the Hills, by C. F. Meade. 8 vo., 265 pages, with numerous illustrations from photographs, two maps and index. New ...
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Book Reviews
1941
The Everlasting Hills
The Everlasting Hills, by J. Waller. 8 vo.; 190 pages, with 64 plates and 4 sketch-maps. London: Blackwood & Sons, 1939. Price 15s. “I have become ...
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Book Reviews
1941
The Adventure of a Mountaineer
The Adventures of a Mountaineer, by Frank Smythe. 8 vo.; 217 pages, with 17 illustrations and brief appendix. From youthful strolls in the ...
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Book Reviews
1941
Mountaineering Holiday
Mountaineering Holiday, by Frank Smythe. 8 vo.; 229 pages, with 24 illustrations and a map. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1940. Price 12/6. This book describes the ...
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Book Reviews
1941
Baltoro
Baltoro, by Prof. Dr. Gunter O. Dyhrenfurth and others (Hettie Dyhrenfurth, Hans Ertl, André Roch). 194 pages, 202 photographs ; 3 drawings: accompanying folder ...
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Book Reviews
1941
The Alps
The Alps, by R. L. G. Irving. 120 pages and 130 photographs. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons; London: B. T. Batsford, ...
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Book Reviews
1941
Time Exposure
Time Exposure, by William Henry Jackson. 8 vo., 341 pages, with illustrations. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1940. Price $3.50. To compress ...
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Book Reviews
1941
O.C. Marsh, Pioneer in Paleontology
O. C. Marsh, Pioneer in Paleontology, by Charles Schuchert and Clara M. LeVene. 8 vo., 541 pages, with illustrations. NewHaven: Yale University ...
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Book Reviews
1941
Alpine Climbing
Alpine Climbing, by E. A. M. Wedderburn. 12 mo.; Manchester: Open Air Publications, Ltd., 1940. The author has succeeded in producing a ...
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Book Reviews
1941
Le Chamois
Le Chamois, by Marcel A. J. Couturier. 4 to., xi + 855 pages, with 110 tables, 15 x-rays, 473 illustrations from photographs, 34 maps, bibliography and indices. ...
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Book Reviews
1941
Gams in ihrer Bergheimat
Gams in ihrer Bergheimat, by Franz Graf Zedwitz. 8 vo., 73 pages, with 94 illustrations from photographs. Berlin-Lichterfeld: Hugo Bermiihler Verlag, 1939. One of ...
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Book Reviews
1941
National Defence
National Defence In December, 1940, the cooperation of the American Alpine Club was invited by the United States Army. So far ...
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Notes
1941
North America, United States, Wyoming, Wyoming Rockies 1940, Teton Range
Wyoming Rockies, 1940 Teton Range Last season (1940) was an active one in the Tetons, with many new routes added to those ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North American, United States, Wyoming, Wyoming Rockies 1940, Absaroka Range
Absaroka Range An ascent of Pilot Peak (11,740 ft.) located in N. W. Park County, Wyo., was made September 15th by ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, United States, Wyoming, Wyoming Rockies 1940, Wind River Range
Wind River Range Gannett Peak was climbed by several new ways this past summer. Henry Coulter, Beckett Howorth, and Charles ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, Mt. Brewster
Rocky Mountains of Canada The following data correct and supplement the 1940 edition of the Guidebook. Mt. Brezvster. 1926 first ascent by ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, Mt. Inglismaldie
Mt. Inglismaldie. New route. 1938, E. E. Bishop, D. R. Crosby. From Anthracite by way of the S. W. ridge in 5 ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, Mt. Girouard
Mt. Girouard. 1938 first ascent by E. E. Bishop, D. R. Crosby. From summit of Mt. Inglismaldie descent was made to ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, Cathedral Pass
Cathedral Pass. As a better route, superseding the Dennis and Duchesnay route from Field to Lake O’Hara, Cathedral Pass (8800 ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, North Cathedral Crag
North Cathedral Crag. 1940 first ascent by Miss J. Atkin, D. R. Crosby. From Monarch mine at spiral tunnels up brook ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, Mt. Hungabee
Mt. Hungabee. Guidebook, page 73. Route 3 is given incorrectly. The total height of the rope-off is 130 ft. Thence down S. W. (...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, Mt. Owen
Mt. Owen. 1940, E. Cromwell, Miss G. Engelhard. Probably the first ascent via N. ridge and traverse. From Lake O’Hara ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, Vanguard Peak
Vanguard Peak. The same party. Listed in Guidebook as having elevation of 8800 ft. The summit, which bore no cairn, is ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, Allan Peak and Mt. Ennis
Allan Peak and Mt. Ennis. The route described under Mt. Allan should be applied to Mt. Ennis, and, unless other ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, Lake Louise-Jasper Highway
Lake Louise-Jasper Highway. Climbers and fire wardens alike have noted the misplacement of several of the road indicators between Bow ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, The Stanley Mitchell Hut
The Stanley Mitchell Hut in Little Yoho Valley is now open for use, and facilitates ascents in the President Range ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, President Range
President Range. The ascent direct from Emerald Lake is not mentioned in the Guidebook because of its great length, now ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, President Pass
President Pass. In the Guidebook, page 114, the elevation of 8899 ft. is incorrect and should be 9469 ft.
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Climbs And Expeditions
1941