American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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Aconcagua at First Glance
Aconcagua at First Glance Arthur B. Emmons, 3rd WHERE mountaineering is concerned, one effect of the present war has been ...
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Feature Article
1945
Climbing in the Bolivian Andes, 1939
Climbing in the Bolivian Andes, 1939 Joseph P. PREM First Ascent of the Cerro de Santa Vela Cruz, ca. 5600 m. (18,372 ft.) ...
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Feature Article
1945
The High Adventure of Mr. Randall
The High Adventure of Mr. Randall J. Monroe Thorington MYSTERY clings to unconventional episodes in human lives, none more so ...
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Feature Article
1945
More About Mountain Mysticism
More About Mountain Mysticism Howard Palmer THE topic “Mountaineering and Mysticism” which has lately received attention from literary climbers in ...
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Feature Article
1945
The Shining Mountains
The Shining Mountains Floyd Wilson1 THE two figures silhouetted against the setting sun were as motionless as the snow-capped peaks ...
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Feature Article
1945
Flight over the Colorado Rockies
Flight Over the Colorado Rockies Carl Blaurock THE morning of October 11, 1940, broke bright and clear, the mountains clear cut and ...
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Feature Article
1945
Fourteen Pacific Coast Fourteen-Thousanders
Fourteen Pacific Coast Fourteen-Thousanders Don M. Woods WHEN I stood on the summit of Mt. Shasta, my first 14,000-ft. peak, ...
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Feature Article
1945
Rock-climbing in the Skye
Rock-climbing in Skye Elizabeth Knowlton WHEN I think about climbing again, in that far-off world after the war, the Coolins ...
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Feature Article
1945
Happy Days in the Bergell
Happy Days in the Bergell Edward Hartmann I HAVE always taken great pleasure in reading the articles in the Alpine ...
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Feature Article
1945
Swill Mountaineering in 1859
Swiss Mountaineering in 1859 JOHN H. STRONG THE following letter, unearthed among family papers, aroused my keen interest by its postmark, ...
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Feature Article
1945
Over the Col de Balme in 1883
Over the Col de Balme in 1883 CHARLES FRANCIS JUDSON1 DURING the years of 1882-84 it was my good fortune to ...
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Feature Article
1945
Lewis L. Delafield, 1863-1944
LEWIS L. DELAFIELD 1863 - 1944 The demise of Lewis Livingston Delafield, our senior ex-president, will be received with especial sadness by ...
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In Memoriam
1945
Howard Palmer, 1883-1944
HOWARD PALMER 1883-1944 The unexpected death of Howard Palmer on October 24th, at the close of his 61st year, deprives ...
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In Memoriam
1945
Harry Fielding Reid, 1859-1944
HARRY FIELDING REID 1859-1944 When an ardent mountaineer becomes a professional geologist whose chosen fields of research include the mechanics ...
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In Memoriam
1945
Vittorio Sella, 1859-1943
VITTORIO SELLA 1859-1943 The American Alpine Club has lost an Honorary Member in the death of Vittorio Sella, in his ...
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In Memoriam
1945
Charles F. Hogeboom, 1876-1944
CHARLES F. HOGEBOOM 1876-1944 Charles F. Hogeboom was born in New York City on April 15, 1876, and died there on November 19, 1944. ...
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In Memoriam
1945
Edward Feuz, Sr., 1859-1944
EDWARD FEUZ, SR. 1859-1944 In 1899 the Canadian Pacific Railroad brought out its first Swiss guides, Edward Feuz, Sr.,1 and Christian ...
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In Memoriam
1945
Victorious Mountaineer
Victorious Mountaineer. A memoir of Harry Peirce Nichols, 1850-1940, by W. Bertrand Stevens. 8vo., 78 pages with 7 wood cuts. Louisville: The ...
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Book Reviews
1945
Upon that Mountain
Upon That Mountain, by Eric Shipton, 222 pages, 30 illustrations and 4 maps, with a Foreword by Geoffrey Winthrop Young. London: Hodder and ...
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Book Reviews
1945
Problems in the Geology of Mountains
Problems in the Geology of Mountains, by Joel E, Fisher, 8vo., 80 pages, with 41 illustrations (mostly photographs pasted in the text). ...
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Book Reviews
1945
War Below Zero; The Battle for Greenland
War Below Zero; The Battle for Greenland, by Bernt Balchen, Corey Ford and Oliver Lafarge, with a foreword by General ...
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Book Reviews
1945
Immortal Wife, by Irving Stone
Immortal Wife, by Irving Stone. 8vo., 456 pages and list of sources; no illustrations. New York : Doubleday Doran & Co., 1944. Price $3.00 This ...
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Book Reviews
1945
The Ashely Book of Knots
The Ashley Book of Knots, by Clifford W. Ashley 4vo., 619 pages, fully illustrated. New York: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1944. Price $7.50. If ...
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Book Reviews
1945
The Biggest Bear on Earth
Snowshoe Country, by Florence Page Jaques. 4to., 110 pages, with numerous illustrations from each pen drawings of Francis Lee Jaques. Minneapolis; ...
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Book Reviews
1945
The Hiker's Handbook
The Biggest Bear on Earth, by Harold McCracken. 4to, xii + 114 pages, with frontispiece in color and other full-page illustrations by ...
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Book Reviews
1945
Arctic, Ice Axe of R. D. Saulsbury
The Hiker’s Handbook, by Douglas Leechman, 8vo,, 220 pages, with 39 illustrations from drawings. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1944. Price $2.50. ...
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Notes
1945
Avalanche
Avalanche, a novel by Kay Boyle. 8vo., 209 pages. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1944. Price $2.50. Avalanche has been widely heralded as ...
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Book Reviews
1945
The Outdoorsman's Cookbook
The Outdoorman’s Cookbook, Arthur H. Carhart. 8vo., 211 pages and numerous illustrations. New York: The Macmillan Co. Price $1.95. What mainly ...
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Book Reviews
1945
Minimum Thermometers on Mt. McKinley
Alaska Minimum thermometers on Mt. McKinley. The thermometers left on Mt. McKinley by the Parker-Browne expedition and by the party ...
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Notes
1945
Rocky Mountains of Canada
Rocky Mountains of Canada 1944 marks the 50th anniversary of the first ascent of Mt. Temple, in 1894, by the guideless party ...
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Notes
1945
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, First Ascent of Mt. Lilliput
First Ascent of Mt. Lilliput. In July of 1940, Dr. Alvin Cox and I drove over the newly opened highways from ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1945
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, Stairway and Aries Pks.
Stairway and Aries Pks. 1944 first ascents by Mr. and Mrs. D. Measuroll, J. M. Thorington, E. Feus, Jr. From Howse ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1945
The Freshfield and Lyell Glaciers
The Fresh field, and Lyell Glaciers were remeasured on July 27 and 31, 1944, by Mr. and Mrs. D. Measuroll, J. M. Thorington ...
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Notes
1945
North America, Canada, Rocky Mountains of Canada, Traverse of the Mitre
Traverse of the Mitre (East-West). On July 19, 1944, Peter Vallance and the writer made the ascent to the Mitre by the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1945
North America, Canada, British Columbia, Purcell Range
Purcell Range Sultana Pk. (10,500 ft.). 1944 first ascent by Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Richards. The mountain is one mile W. ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1945
Accident on Mt. Baker
Cascade Range Accident on Mt. Baker. Mr. Burge Bickford sent to Mr. Norman Bright the following information, which was forwarded ...
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Accident Reports
1945
Alps, Early American Ascents
Early American Ascents. (Additional notes follow, with page references to the book published by the Club in 1943.) P. 1: In 1748, the ...
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Notes
1945
The War in the Alps
The War in the Alps. In the last issue of the Journal (p. 255) we summarized possible invasion routes from the ...
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Notes
1945
Josef Pollinger, 1873-1943
Josef Pollinger, of St. Niklaus, died in 1943 at the age of 70. One of the great guides of all time, he ...
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In Memoriam
1945
Mt. Vesuvius
Mt. Vesuvius Up to the beginning of the Christian era this volcano (ca. 4000 ft.) is not known to have been ...
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Notes
1945
China, Higher than Mt. Everest?
China Higher than Mt. Everest? In March, 1944, a pilot based at Chungking reported sighting a peak in Sikang Province, Western ...
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Notes
1945
Arctic, Ice Axe of R. D. Saulsbury
Arctic Professor Chamberlin has sent to the Club the ice-axe used in the summer of 1895 by R. D. Saulsbury, former ...
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Notes
1945