American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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116 Records

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North to Everest
North to Everest EASTERN NEPAL, 1950 Elizabeth S. Cowles IT was a lucky thing for all of us that the request ...
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Feature Article
1951
Up Yerupajá
Up Yerupajá W. V. Graham Matthews and David Harrah THE Cordillera de Huayhuash, less than 20 miles long, contains some of ...
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Feature Article
1951
New Routes on Mount Waddington
New Routes on Mount Waddington Richard C. Houston CLOSER and closer we came, until at last the sturdy Norseman’s ...
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Feature Article
1951
The First Ascent of Mount Erasmus
The First Ascent of Mount Erasmus John C. Oberlin BACK home after vacation in the summer of 1949, I had not ...
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Feature Article
1951
A Challenge on Mount Adamant
A Challenge on Mount Adamant Andrew John Kauffman, 2nd FROM the mountaineer’s point of view, the Granite Range of ...
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Feature Article
1951
The North Wall of the Grand
The North Wall of the Grand Ray Garner IN the 50-odd years it has taken for the Grand Teton to ...
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Feature Article
1951
East Face of Thor Peak
East Face of Thor Peak Richard Pownall FEW of the many mountaineers who frequent the Teton Range know or have ...
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Feature Article
1951
An Ascent of the Watzmann Ostwand
An Ascent of the Watzmann Ostwand Richard N. Meyer THE Watzmann, an 8900-foot peak in the Bavarian Alps, dominates the ...
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Feature Article
1951
Operation
Operation Operation Weldon F. Heald THE operation was a success. I would live. But the doctor ordered me to remain ...
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Feature Article
1951
Belaying
Belaying [Recent investigations, theoretical and practical, have stimulated renewed and widespread interest in methods of belaying. The two articles which ...
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Feature Article
1951
American Alpine Club Research Fund
American Alpine Club Research Fund GLACIERS OF THE GANNETT-FREMONT PEAK AREA, WYOMING Mark F. Meier IT was the author’s ...
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Feature Article
1951
Discoveries in Alaska
Discoveries in Alaska (1896) W. A. Dickey [The following article, made available to us by Bradford Washburn, appeared in The Sun ...
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Feature Article
1951
Henry Lewis Stimson, 1867-1950
HENRY LEWIS STIMSON 1867 -1950 The public career of Henry Stimson is familiar. As a lawyer, U.S. District Attorney, unsuccessful ...
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In Memoriam
1951
Jan Christian Smuts, 1870-1950
JAN CHRISTIAAN SMUTS 1870-1950 One of the great men of our time was the late General Smuts of South Africa. ...
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In Memoriam
1951
Alfred D. Lindley, 1904-1951
ALFRED D. LINDLEY 1904-1951 Death came to Alfred D. Lindley and two friends in the crash of a private plane ...
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In Memoriam
1951
Bennet Bronson, 1887-1950
BENNET BRONSON 1887-1950 Bennet Bronson, a member of the American Alpine Club since 1931, died in Waterbury, Connecticut, on 23 November 1950. A ...
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In Memoriam
1951
Regards vers l'Annapurna
Regards vers I’Annapurna, by Maurice Herzog and Marcel Ichac. Introductions by Lucien Devies and Maurice Herzog. 84 pages of illustrations, ...
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Book Reviews
1951
A History of Mountaineering in the Alps
A History of Mountaineering in the Alps, by Claire Eliane Engel. 296 pages, 24 plates, with a foreword by F. S. Smythe ...
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Book Reviews
1951
Climbs in the Canadian Rockies
Climbs in the Canadian Rockies, by Frank S. Smythe. ix+260 pages, with three maps and 39 illustrations, two in color. London: ...
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Book Reviews
1951
This My Voyage
This My Voyage, by Tom Longstaff. 324 pages, with 23 illustrations and 14 sketch maps. London: John Murray, 1950. Price, 21/-. This remarkable book ...
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Book Reviews
1951
Postscript to Adventure
Postscript to Adventure, by Lord Schuster. 214 pages and 12 illustrations, including 3 sketches by H. G. Willink, with an introduction by Arnold ...
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Book Reviews
1951
Vocation Alpine
Vocation Alpine, by Armand Charlet. 206 pages, with 13 illustrations and a preface by Dr. Azéma. Neuchâtel and Paris: Victor ...
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Book Reviews
1951
Au Royaume du Mont-Blanc
Au Royaume du Mont-Blanc, by Paul Payot. 305 pages, with 97 illustrations. Bonneville (Haute-Savoie): Imprimerie Plancher, 1950. A year ago, we reviewed the ...
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Book Reviews
1951
Buch der Talschaft Lauterbrunnen
Buch der Talschaft Lauterbrunnen, by Hans Michel. 503 pages, including bibliography, 64 photographic illustrations and six color plates from old prints. Interlaken: ...
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Book Reviews
1951
The Story of Mountains
The Story of Mountains, by Ferdinand C. Lane. 488 pages, with tables and index; 32 full-page illustrations from photographs and a panoramic ...
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Book Reviews
1951
Steve Mather of the National Parks
Steve Mather of the National Parks, by Robert Shankland. 326 pages, 24 illustrations, with an introduction by Gilbert Grosvenor. New York: Alfred ...
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Book Reviews
1951
Scholar Mountaineers
Scholar Mountaineers, by Wilfrid Noyce. 164 pages, with 12 full- page illustrations and wood-engravings by R. Taylor. London: Dennis Dobson, 1950. Price, 12/6. What ...
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Book Reviews
1951
First on the Rope
First on the Rope, by Roger Frison-Roche. Translated by Janet Adam Smith. 246 pages. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1950. Price, $2.75. Written by a ...
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Book Reviews
1951
Terra Linda
BRIEFER MENTION Terra Ladina, by Hermann Hiltbrunner. 72 pages of text, with 53 full-page illustrations from photographs by Michael Wolfgen- singer. Zü...
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Book Reviews
1951
Dolomites
Dolomites, by Félix Germain. 200 pages, with many photographic illustrations and two maps. Paris and Grenoble: B. Arthaud, 1950. The 95th ...
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Book Reviews
1951
Trois Curés en Montagne
Trois Curés en Montagne, by Jean Sarenne. 234 pages and 15 illustrations. Paris and Grenoble: B. Arthaud, 1950. Chance encounter with copies ...
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Book Reviews
1951
Fabulous Destinations
Fabulous Destinations, by John Nicholls Booth, xii+239 pages. New York: Macmillan, 1950. Price, $3.50. Fabulous Destinations describes the post-war wanderings of an ...
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Book Reviews
1951
Rock for Climbing
Rock for Climbing, by C. Douglas Milner, viii+128 pages, with 97 photographs by the author. London: Chapman and Hall, 1950. Price, 25/-. ...
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Book Reviews
1951
A Progress in Mountaineering
A Progress in Mountaineering, by J. H. B. Bell. xii+424 pages, with a foreword by F. S. Smythe, 34 photographic illustrations, ...
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Book Reviews
1951
The Mountaineer's Week-End Book
The Mountaineer’s Week-End Book, by Showell Styles. 408 pages, with decorations by Thomas Beck. The Week-End Series. London: Seeley Service, 1950. ...
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Book Reviews
1951
Guide ot the John Muir Trail and the High Sierra Region
Guide to the John Muir Trail and the High Sierra Region, by Walter A. Starr, Jr. Fourth edition, xii+130 pages, ...
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Book Reviews
1951
North America, United States, California, Sequoia National Park, Castle Rock Spire
United States : Climbs in California Castle Rock Spire, Sequoia National Park. Looking S.E. from Moro Rock on the Generals’ ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951
North America, United States, California, Yosemite Valley, North Wall of Sentinel Rock
North Wall of Sentinel Rock, Yosemite Valley. The lure of the N. face of Sentinel began to be felt in 1936, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951
North America, United States, Oregon, Stein's Pillar
United States: Climbs in the Pacific Northwest Stein’s Pillar, Oregon. Stein’s Pillar is a spectacular rhyolite monolith located ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Middle Peak of Liberty Bell
Middle Peak of Liberty Bell. On the Memorial Day week end in 1950, Dick Widrig, Wesley Grande and I trudged through ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, South Face of Forbidden Peak
S. Face of Forbidden Peak. Whoever ventures into the Cascade Pass area, in the state of Washington, can hardly help ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, New Ascents in the Cashmere Crags
New Ascents in the Cashmere Crags. Of a number of new climbs on the Nightmare Needles in the Cashmere Crags, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Other Climbs in the Cascades
Other Climbs in the Cascades. Cascade Peak, the last unclimbed peak in the Cascade Pass region, was ascended on July 23...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951
North America, United States, Washington, Cascade Mountains, Traverse of Mt. Index
Traverse of Mt. Index. The grim precipices of the three peaks of Mt. Index, just S. of the Stevens Pass ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, North Face of Cloudveil Dome
United States: Climbs in the Tetons North Face of Cloudveil Dome. Cloudveil Dome (12,026 ft.) lies on the ridge that connects ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, New Routes on Symmetry Spire
New Routes on Symmetry Spire. In July 1949 Lee Pedrick and Richard Pownall made the complete ascent of the conspicuous crack ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, New Route on Storm Point
New Route on Storm Point. The first ascent of Storm Point (10,040 ft.) by the S.W. ridge was made by ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Variations on the Grand Teton
Variation on the Grand Teton. During August 1948 Dick Pow- nall and Art Gilkey established a new route on the Grand ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Grand Traverse
Grand Traverse. During July 1950 Mike Brewer and Dick Pownall completed the longest traverse ever made in the Tetons. They started ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, First Ascent of Red Sentinel
First Ascent of Red Sentinel. The Red Sentinel, a very spectacular 200-ft. spire rising abruptly on the ridge which joins ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1951