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The East African Mountain Club
The East African Mountain Club, P. Ungerer, honorary sec- rectary and treasurer, has been founded at Moshi, Tanganyika, to assist ...
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Club Activities
1931
North America, Greenland, Petermann Peak
The ascent of Petermann Peak, 9,650 ft., in southeastern Greenland, north of Iceland, is described in a comprehensive article in the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1931
The Friends of the Western Mountains
The Friends of the Western Mountains is an informal organization, founded in 1926, to stimulate greater interest in and appreciation of ...
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Club Activities
1931
North America, United States, Wyoming, Wind River range
Messrs. K. A. Henderson and R. L. M. Underhill accomplished the ascents of three major peaks in the Wind River ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1931
North America, United States, Wyoming, Blacktooth, Charles B. Newhall
Charles B. Newhall, accompanied by Dr. Alexander Forbes and B. M. Smith, made a partial ascent of Blacktooth (13,104 ft.) in ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1931
Europe, Italy/Switzerland, Matterhorn, We Cannot Omit to Mention
We cannot omit to mention a new record hung up under the guise of mountaineering. A young American imbued with ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1931
North America, United States, Alaska, Mt. Fairweather, Mr. Bradford Washburn
Mr. Bradford Washburn led a party of one other Harvard student, three Appalachian Mountain Club hut boys and a former ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1931
Peaks along the Prince Rupert Line of the Canadian National Railways
Peaks along the Prince Rupert Line of the Canadian National Railways. About five miles west of Dorreen is Mt. Sir ...
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Notes
1931
North America, United States, Alaska, Mount Fairweather Conquered
Mount Fairweather Conquered AS we go to press, comes the splendid news of the first ascent of Mount Fairweather (15,399 ft.) ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1931
Correspondence
London, February 20, 1931. The Editor, American Alpine Journal. Sir: In my article in the American Alpine Journal, Vol. I, No. 2, “Reflections ...
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Editorials And Prefaces
1931
The Fairweather Climb
The Fairweather Climb William S. Ladd THE story of the expedition which made the first ascent of Mt. Fairweather in ...
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Feature Article
1932
The Mountains and Glaciers of Prince William Sound, Alaska
The Mountains and Glaciers of Prince William Sound, Alaska Wm. Osgood Field, Jr. AT the northern apex of the Gulf ...
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Feature Article
1932
Some Climbs in the Selkirks
Some Climbs in the Selkirks Georgia Engelhard AFTER two weeks of climbing in the Canadian Rockies, where the brittle limestone ...
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Feature Article
1932
The Grand Teton by the North Face
The Grand Teton by the North Face Fritiof M. Fryxell IN the history of the Grand Teton, the climbing season ...
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Feature Article
1932
Climbs in Mexico, 1932
Climbs in Mexico, 1932 Henry S. Hall, Jr. THE train ride from Vera Cruz up to Mexico City, though hot and ...
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Feature Article
1932
The Great German School of Climbing: The Kaisergebirge
The Great German School of Climbing: The Kaisergebirge Rand Herron WHOEVER goes from western countries to the Alps for a ...
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Feature Article
1932
To the Peaks of Elzivir
To the Peaks of Elzivir J. Monroe Thorington “I love to lose myself in other men’s minds. When I ...
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Feature Article
1932
Long Ago on Mount Cook
Long Ago on Mount Cook Conrad Kain THE climbing season in New Zealand is from November to April. Mt. Cook (12,349 ...
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Feature Article
1932
The Alpine Museum of Munich
The Alpine Museum of Munich Harriet Geithmann IN the heart of Munich stands the Alpine Museum on an island in ...
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Feature Article
1932
Allen Carpe, 1894-1932
ALLEN CARPÉ +1894-1932 In the death of Allen Carpé American mountaineering has lost one of its most enthusiastic and accomplished ...
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In Memoriam
1932
Climbs on Mont Blanc
Climbs on Mont Blanc, by Jacques and Tom de Lépiney, translated by Sidney Spencer. Pp. 179. Edward Arnold & Co., London, ...
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Book Reviews
1932
Geologic History of the Yosemite Valley
Geologic History of the Yosemite Valley, by François E. Matthes. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1930. U. S. Geol. Survey Professional ...
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Book Reviews
1932
Men, Women and Mountains
Men, Women and Mountains, by Sir Claud Schuster, G.C.B., C.V.C. Pp. 143. Ivor Nicholson and Watson, Ltd., ...
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Book Reviews
1932
By Cargo Boat and Mountain
By Cargo Boat and Mountain, by Marie Beuzeville Byles. J. B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia, Pa., 1931. $5.00. This brief but vivid account ...
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Book Reviews
1932
Fourteen Thousand Feet
Fourteen Thousand Feet: A history of the naming and early ascents of the high Colorado peaks, by James Lathrop Jerome ...
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Book Reviews
1932
The Italian Expedition to the Himalaya, Karakoram and Eastern Turkestan (1913-1914)
The Italian Expedition to the Himalaya, Karakoram and Eastern Turkestan (1913-14), by Filippo De Filippi, xvi + 528 pages; quarto, with chapters ...
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Book Reviews
1932
The Teton Peaks and Their Ascents
The Teton Peaks and Their Ascents, by Fritiof M. Fryxell, Grand Teton National Park, Wyo. The Crandall Studios, 1932 ; printed for ...
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Book Reviews
1932
Adventures of an Alpine Guide
Adventures of an Alpine Guide, by Christian Klucker, translated by E. and P. Gaisberg ; edited, with additional chapters, by H. ...
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Book Reviews
1932
Ithuriel's Hour
Ithuriel's Hour, by Joanna Cannan. Doubleday, Doran & Co., New York, 1932. Pp. 306, with colored illustration and key plan. $2.50. This novel of ...
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Book Reviews
1932
Canadian Alpine Journal, 1931
The 1931 journal of the Alpine Club of Canada sets a high watermark of excellence for this standard publication, now rounding ...
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Book Reviews
1932
Old and New Helps to the Climber
Notwithstanding feeble protests by a few climbers, mostly of the past generation, hammers, pitons and safety snaps have definitely entered ...
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Notes
1932
North America, Canada, A High-Level Glacier Route from Jasper to Field
A High-level Glacier Route from Jasper to Field One of the features of classical mountaineering in the Alps was the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
Europe, Italy, Aiguille Savoie (Second Ascent of the Southeast Ridge, Descent by the Southeast Face)
Aiguille Savoie (11,900 Feet) (Second ascent of the southeast ridge, descent by the southeast face) The first ascent of this ridge ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, Canada, Canadian Rockies, Mt. Chancellor
Mt. Chancellor (10,761 Feet)—Canadian Rockies The second ascent of this peak was made by Miss Georgia Engelhard with the Swiss ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, Canada, Canadian Rockies, Mt. Oubliette (First Ascent)
Mt. Oubliette (10,100 Feet) (First Ascent) This peak of the Ramparts in Tonquin Valley was ascended for the first time July 27...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, The 1931 Mountaineering Season in Grand Teton National Park
The 1931 Mountaineering Season in Grand Teton National Park The popularity of the Tetons has reached a point where it is ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Buck Mountain
Buck Mountain (11,400). First traverse on August 15th, by the writer. Ascent from south fork of Avalanche Canyon by northeast ridge; ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Mt. Wister
Mt. Wister (11,000). Climbed on June 27th by Ranger Phil Smith. Ascent from southeast, from south fork of Avalanche Canyon (new ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Nez Perce
Nez Percé (11,700). First traverse on July 12th, by Robert L. M. Underhill and the writer. Ascent made from east (new ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, South Teton
South Teton (12,500) and Middle Teton (12,769). Middle Teton traversed on July 17th, by Robert L. M. Underhill and the writer. Ascent ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Grand Teton
Grand Teton (13,747). Climbed by twenty-six distinct parties, a total of seventy-six signatures being registered on the summit (seventy-one men and ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Mt. Owen
Mt. Owen (12,910). Climbed by four parties, none of which followed throughout its entire length the route employed on the two ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Teewinot
Teewinot (12,100). Among the seven 1931 ascents of this peak were two traverses which involved new routes : (1) Ranger Frank Smith and the ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Mt. Moran
Mt. Moran (12,100). Five ascents in 1931, of which the following call for mention : First ascent from the southeast (by the “dike ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Cloudveil Dome
Cloudveil Dome (12,000). East-to-west traverse on July 21st, by Anderson Hilding and the writer. Continuing westward, a traverse was made of ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Storm Point
Storm Point (10,100). Traversed on August 13th, by Ranger Frank Smith and the writer. Climbed from east and north; descent made ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Nameless Peak
Nameless Peak (11,000). On June 23rd Carl E. Sampson, H. L. McClintock, and Frank McClintock (aged ten) climbed a peak due ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, East Horn of Falling Ice Glacier
East Horn of Falling Ice Glacier (11,400). Traversed on July 31st by the writer. Ascent by south ridge; descent by east ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Symmetry Spire
Symmetry Spire (10,500). First traverse and ascent from west on July 13th, by William Cederberg, Rudolph Edmund, Leland Horberg, Neumann Kerndt, ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932
North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Gratification Peak
Gratification Peak (11,600). Register placed on summit by writer on July 16th. Probably other unreported ascents of this easy peak were ...
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Climbs And Expeditions
1932