American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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Alaska and the War
Alaska and the War Bradford Washburn IT is hard to believe that it was only two years ago today that ...
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Feature Article
1944
Some Yosemite Rock-Climbs
Some Yosemite Rock-Climbs William Shand, Jr. ALTHOUGH nearly all the major summits of Yosemite had been ascended prior to 1900, it ...
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Feature Article
1944
Climbing the State High Points of the U.S.
Climbing the State High Points of the U. S. Lawrence I. Grinnell EXPEDITIONARY exploration of one’s hobbies, whether geographical, ...
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Feature Article
1944
Teton Ridges and Faces
Teton Ridges and Faces M. Beckett Howorth A GOOD season seemed in store for us. There had been more snow ...
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Feature Article
1944
Jotunheimen
Jotunheimen Downs Longaker SEPTEMBER 1st, 1939, brought to the world the utter tragedy of war, but to me, at that time ...
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Feature Article
1944
Primitive Areas in Great Britain
Primitive Areas in Great Britain Ernest S. Griffith1 THE average American tourist thinks of a visit to Great Britain in ...
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Feature Article
1944
This Was Mt. Parnassus
This Was Mt. Parnassus Ursula Corning IT looked just like the ordinary little Greek village fountain, and the water gushed ...
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Feature Article
1944
Terror Rock, Mountain Warfare on the Austro-Italian Front, 1915-16
Terror Rock Mountain Warfare on the Austro-Italian Front, 1915–16 Adams Carter THE Punta dei Bos in the Dolomites is not a ...
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Feature Article
1944
Alpine Invasion Routes from Italy
Alpine Invasion Routes from Italy J. Monroe Thorington THE Alps form the arc of Italy’s northern frontier from the ...
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Feature Article
1944
The Exploration of the Cariboo Range from the East
The Exploration of the Cariboo Range from the East Raymond T. Zillmer IN referring to the Cariboos in this article, ...
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Feature Article
1944
A Visit to Chamonix in 1857
A Visit to Chamonix in 1857 (The Diary of Fred Trower, Jr.) In 1857 Fred Trower, Jr., was about 14 years old. Toward ...
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Feature Article
1944
Joseph Cooke Smith, 1863-1942
JOSEPH COOKE SMITH 1863–1942 Joseph Cooke Smith died at Vevey, Switzerland, on June 9th, 1942. Born in Providence, R. I., March 1st, 1863, ...
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In Memoriam
1944
Edward Laurence Dennis, 1903-1943
EDWARD LAURENCE DENNIS 1903–43 Mr. Dennis, who died on May 16, 1943, was a former President of the Spokane Mountaineers. He was born ...
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In Memoriam
1944
Max Harrison Demorest, 1910-1942
MAX HARRISON DEMOREST 1910-1942 Lt. Max Harrison Demorest, glaciologist and Fellow of the Geological Society of America, died on November 30...
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In Memoriam
1944
Joseph Belfield McIntyre, 1873-1943
JOSEPH BELFIELD McINTYRE 1873-1943 Only with the new year did we learn that Mr. McIntyre died at his home in ...
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In Memoriam
1944
William Adams Brown, 1865-1943
WILLIAM ADAMS BROWN 1865-1943 As we go to press comes news of the passing of an original member of the ...
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In Memoriam
1944
A Survey of American Ascents in the Alps in the Nineteenth Century
A Survey of American Ascents in the Alps in the Nineteenth Century, by J. Monroe Thorington. 8vo., 83 pages and numerous ...
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Book Reviews
1944
Peter Irving's Journals
Peter Irving’s Journals, edited by Leonard B. Beach, Theodore Hornberger and Wyllis E. Wright. 8vo., 128 pages. New York: New ...
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Book Reviews
1944
Lord of Alaska
Lord of Alaska, by Hector Chevigny. 8vo., 320 pages, including bibliography, index and end-paper map. New York: Viking Press, 1942. Price $3.00. This ...
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Book Reviews
1944
British Hills and Mountains
British Hills and Mountains, by J. H. Bell, E. F. Bozman and J. Fairfax-Blakeborough. 8 vo.; pp vii +115, with 99 plates, three ...
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Book Reviews
1944
Britain's Mountain Heritage
Britain’s Mountain Heritage, by Arthur Gardner. 8 vo.; xii + 51 pages, with 128 illustrations from the author’s photographs and a map. ...
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Book Reviews
1944
The Tatra Mountains
The Tatra Mountains, by V. A. Firsoff, 8 vo.; 128 pages, with 65 illustrations from photographs and a sketch-map. London: Lindsay Drummond, 1942. Price 10/6. ...
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Book Reviews
1944
Meeting the Mammals
Meeting the Mammals, by Victor H. Cahalane. 8 vo., ix + 133 pages, with 52 illustrations from drawings. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1943. Price $1.75. ...
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Book Reviews
1944
Greenland
Greenland, by Vilhjalmur Stefansson. 8 vo., 338 pages with illustrations. New York: Doubleday, Doran Co., 1942. Price $3.50. Few mountaineers, reading the great accounts ...
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Book Reviews
1944
Hydrology
Hydrology, edited by Oscar E. Meinzer. 8vo., 712 pages; illustrations, charts and tables. New York: McGraw Hill, 1943. Price $7.50. A monumental work, ...
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Book Reviews
1944
Hiking, Camping, and Mountaineering
Hiking, Camping and Mountaineering, by Roland C. Geist. 8 vo., 304 pages, with 18 sketches, 4 sketch maps and 20 photographs. New York: Harper and ...
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Book Reviews
1944
Governor Spotswood's Tramontane Expedition
Governor Spotswood’s Tramontane Expedition A writer in the Alpine Journal, in a reference which now eludes us, once suggested ...
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Notes
1944
Turner's Aig. du Dru
Turner’s Aig. du Dru. The wash-drawing in violet and sepia, used as the frontispiece of this issue, was secured ...
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Notes
1944
The Climber in Fiction
The Climber in Fiction. In addition to the lists already published, our member, Mr. Goodrich, sends the following: Bates, Ralph. ...
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Notes
1944
A Portrait of Hannibal
A Portrait of Hannibal. On the May day of 1943 when Tunis and Bizerte fell (both places being near the site ...
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Notes
1944
Linda in California
Linda in California. Through the kindness of our former member, Mr. Glen Dawson, we have received a playbill of Linda ...
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Notes
1944
The First Alpine Opera in America?
The First Alpine Opera in America? The New York Public Library contains a copy of the opera in three acts ...
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Notes
1944
The First American Ascent of the Grépon
The First American Ascent of the Grépon. Does anyone know who made it? The earliest records available are curiously ...
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Notes
1944
An Ascent of Mont Blanc Forty Years Ago
An Ascent of Mont Blanc Forty Years Ago. Mr. John Vernou Bouvier (Columbia, 1886; LL.B., 1888), of New York, who completed ...
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Notes
1944
Mt. Etna
Mt. Etna. This Sicilian peak is the highest volcano in Europe, 10,758 ft. The Torre de Filosofo is a Roman structure 1188 ...
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Notes
1944
Correspondence
M.P.O. 1314, Edmonton, Alta., Dec. 9, 1943. Dear Dr. Thorington: I’ve just written to H. E. G. Tyndale, Editor of ...
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Notes
1944