American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

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A.A.C., Cascade Section
A.A.C., Cascade Section. Members of the Cascade Section engaged in a number of most interesting and even some ...
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Club Activities
1965
A.A.C., Oregon Section
A.A.C., Oregon Section. The Oregon Section has begun tests on the various types of ice screws and ice ...
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Club Activities
1965
A.A.C., Rocky Mountain Section
A.A.C., Rocky Mountain Section. A.A.C. membership in the Rocky Mountain region increased in 1964 with the addition ...
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Club Activities
1965
A.A.C., Sierra Nevada Section
A.A.C., Sierra Nevada Section. The following talks and pictures were presented at our four meetings in 1964: Richard Millikan: "...
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Club Activities
1965
A.A.C., Southern California Section
A.A.C., Southern California Section. During 1964 the section completed its first year with a membership of 40. Three meetings were ...
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Club Activities
1965
The Alpine Club of Canada
The Alpine Club of Canada. The 1964 Ski Camp was held at Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park and “Sunshine and ...
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Club Activities
1965
Alpenbock Climbing Club
Alpenbock Climbing Club. In January the club sponsored Barry Corbet’s colored slide showing “Assault on Everest.” A turnout of 350 ...
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Club Activities
1965
Appalachian Mountain Club
Appalachian Mountain Club. Growth in all of the work of the A.M.C. has been stressed in past reports. 1964 ...
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Club Activities
1965
The British Columbia Mountaineering Club
The British Columbia Mountaineering Club. The 1964 climbing season was an active one for Vancouver’s British Columbia Mountaineering Club. Fifty-two ...
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Club Activities
1965
Chicago Mountaineering Club
Chicago Mountaineering Club. During the past year the club again sponsored monthly outings at Devils Lake, Wisconsin, and Mississippi Palisades, ...
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Club Activities
1965
Colorado Mountain Club
Colorado Mountain Club — Growth describes the year 1964 for The Colorado Mountain Club. An increase in membership from 1500 to 1800, plus two ...
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Club Activities
1965
Dartmouth Mountaineering Club
Dartmouth Mountaineering Club. The Dartmouth Mountaineering Club held its usual weekend trips to climbing areas in New England, including Orford, ...
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Club Activities
1965
Harvard Mountaineering Club
Harvard Mountaineering Club. The summer of 1964 saw H.M.C. members mountaineering in a dozen ranges in at least three ...
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Club Activities
1965
Idaho Alpine Club
Idaho Alpine Chib. The high light of the year for the Idaho Alpine Club was a nine-day backpack trip along ...
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Club Activities
1965
Iowa Mountaineers
Iowa Mountaineers. The club celebrated its 25th anniversary in 1964 and sponsored its 34th major outing or expedition without a single ...
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Club Activities
1965
Mazamas
Mazamas. The Mazamas of Portland. Oregon, launched 112 mountain climbs in Oregon, Washington, and California in 1964. Bad weather defeated 31 of these ...
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Club Activities
1965
The Mountaineering Club of Alaska
The Mountaineering Club of Alaska. The club now has a membership of over 100 persons and has maintained an active climbing ...
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Club Activities
1965
The Mountaineers
The Mountaineers. Although the Basic Climbing Course class was slightly smaller than usual with 215 people, the number of graduates at ...
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Club Activities
1965
Sierra Club
Sierra Club. Again in 1964 Sierra Club mountaineers climbed throughout the world. They spent long nights swinging in hammocks off El ...
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Club Activities
1965
Spokane Mountaineers
Spokane Mountaineers. Experiments during 1964 led to a thorough ski-mountaineering course in the fall, followed by experience climbs on skis. The ...
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Club Activities
1965
Stanford Alpine Club
Stanford Alpine Club. During the year the Stanford Alpine Club continued its program of informal instruction for beginning and intermediate ...
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Club Activities
1965
Wisconsin Hoofer Mountaineers
Wisconsin Hoofer Mountaineers. Our year began with the return from our Christmas trip to Mexico. Members of the party were ...
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Club Activities
1965
Americans on Everest
Americans on Everest. The official account of the ascent led by Norman G. Dyhrenfurth. By James Ramsey Ullman and Other ...
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Book Reviews
1965
Four Against Everest
Four Against Everest by Woodrow Wilson Sayre. Englewood Cliff, N. J.; Prentice-Hall, 1964. 259 pages. Illustrations. Price $5.95. Who in his boyhood has ...
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Book Reviews
1965
The Mountain World 1962/63
The Mountain World 1962/63. Published by the Swiss Foundation for Alpine Research. Directed by Hans Richard Muller. English version edited by ...
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Book Reviews
1965
To the Unknown Mountain
To the Unknown Mountain by Wilfrid Noyce. London: Heineman, 1963. xii and 183 pages, 19 photographs. Price 21 s. Trivor (25,370 feet), above the Gharesa ...
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Book Reviews
1965
Mischief in Greenland
Mischief in Greenland by H. W. Tilman. London: Hollis and Carter Ltd, 1964. 192 pages; 28 photos; 2 charts; 3 appendices. Price: 25 s. This is ...
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Book Reviews
1965
The Alps
The Alps, by Wilfrid Noyce, with descriptive essays by Karl Lukan, translated from the German edition of 1959 by Margaret Shenfield. ...
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Book Reviews
1965
Los Andes, 400 Años Después
Los Andes, 400 Años Después by Antonio Aymat. Madrid: Doncel, 1963. 340 pages; illustrations. In view of the Spanish conquests of ...
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Book Reviews
1965
The Age of Mountaineering
The Age of Mountaineering by James Ramsey Ullman. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1964. 364 pages. Price $7.50. The 1964 edition of James Ramsey ...
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Book Reviews
1965
Mountain Flowers of New England
Mountain Flowers of New England. By a committee of the Appalachian Mountain Club, Miriam Underhill, chairman. Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club, 5 ...
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Book Reviews
1965
A Climber's Guide to Yosemite Valley
A Climber’s Guide to Yosemite Valley by Steve Roper. San Francisco; Sierra Club, 1964. 190 pages, 40 photographs with 15 line drawings by ...
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Book Reviews
1965
Sierra Nevada Natural History, An Illustrated Handbook
Sierra Nevada Natural History, An Illustrated Handbook by Tracy I. Storer and Robert L. Usinger. Berkeley and Los Angeles, California; ...
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Book Reviews
1965
The North Central Cascades
The North Central Cascades. A painted pictorial relief map in oblique aerial view. Copyrighted by George W. Martin and Richard ...
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Book Reviews
1965
Exploring the Olympic Peninsula
Exploring the Olympic Peninsula by Ruth Kirk. Seattle: University Press, 1964. 120 pages, illustrations. Paperback, $1.95. Ruth Kirk and her husband are both ...
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Book Reviews
1965
The Cross Country Ski Book
The Cross Country Ski Book by Johnny Caldwell. The Stephen Greene Press, Brattleboro, Vt., 1964. 80 pages, 39 illustrations. Price, paperbound, $1.95, hardbound, $3.50. The ...
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Book Reviews
1965
Accidents in North American Mountaineering, Eighteenth Annual Report of the Safety Committee of the American Alpine Club
This is the eighteenth report of the Safety Committee and the fifth in conjunction with the Alpine Club of Canada. ...
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Editorials And Prefaces
1965
British Columbia, Coast Range, North Peak, Golden Ears
British Columbia, Coast Range, North Peak, Golden Ears. On 23 February Fred Douglas (19) was one of a party of three making ...
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Accident Reports
1965
Alberta, Banff National Park, Mt. Laurie
Alberta, Banff National Park, Mt. Laurie. On 1 July three Calgary climbers, who were to meet an 18 year old friend, Brian ...
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Accident Reports
1965
Alberta, Banff National Park, Mt. St. Piran
Alberta, Banff National Park, Mt. St. Piran. On 16 July Dennis Sadler, Patricia Greenlaw, Alice Hryak, and Dianne Fowler planned to ...
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Accident Reports
1965
Alberta, Rockies, Mt. Athabaska
Alberta, Rockies, Mt. Athabaska. On 29 July D. Caldwell (27), L. Swanson (27), and S. Imber (30) were on the usual (Thorington’s 2) route ...
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Accident Reports
1965
British Columbia, Selkirks, Mt. Sir Donald
British Columbia, Selkirks, Mt. Sir Donald. On 29 July Douglas Barre and Michael Swayne had completed an ascent of Sir Donald ...
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Accident Reports
1965
British Columbia, Selkirks, Mt. Sir Donald
British Columbia, Selkirks, Mt. Sir Donald. On 30 July David Ingalls (20), leader, Joseph Kelsey (25), James Given (16), Kevin Bein (15) and William Robinson (14) ...
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Accident Reports
1965
Alberta, Banff National Park, Moraine Lake Area
Alberta, Banff National Park, Moraine Lake Area. On 16 August a large group of climbers from the Calgary Mountain Club, who ...
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Accident Reports
1965
New Hampshire, Mt. Washington
New Hampshire, Mt. Washington. On 3 January Leslie Buckland (35), leader, Duke Stock and Russell Hoyt were climbing in Huntington Ravine on ...
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Accident Reports
1965
New Hampshire, Mt. Washington
New Hampshire, Mt. Washington. On 31 January Peter Catelli, Peter Bradford, Craig Fournier, and Robert Koppe left the Glen House for ...
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Accident Reports
1965
New Hampshire, Mt. Washington
New Hampshire, Mt. Washington. On 4 April Hugo Stadtmüller (28) and John J. Griffin (40) were in Huntington Ravine and planned to ...
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Accident Reports
1965
New York, Shawangunks
New York, Shawangunks. On 9 May F. deMonterey (leader) with two companions decided to climb the “Twin Oaks.” The leader was ...
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Accident Reports
1965
New York, Shawangunks
New York, Shawangunks. On 18 May deVries was leading on an overhang known as Shackley’s Ceiling near top of the ...
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Accident Reports
1965
North Carolina, Durham
North Carolina, Durham. On 23 November a party of climbers from the University of North Carolina were practicing rock climbing technique ...
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Accident Reports
1965