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Date
n.d.
Material
canvas; fibre; metal; skin;
Catalogue Number
103.03.1065 a,b
Description
A pair (a=right, b=left) of red water-proof overboots, with yellow laces, for climbing boots. The climbing boots are inside. The overboots are homemade lace-up coverings with eyelets and grommets for lacing and thick waterproofing material on the toes. They are nailed to the leather climbing boots.…
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Title
Boots
Date
n.d.
Material
canvas; fibre; metal; skin;
Dimensions
53.0 plus 4.0 boot sole x 12.0 x 32.0 cm
Description
A pair (a=right, b=left) of red water-proof overboots, with yellow laces, for climbing boots. The climbing boots are inside. The overboots are homemade lace-up coverings with eyelets and grommets for lacing and thick waterproofing material on the toes. They are nailed to the leather climbing boots. The soles of the boots are thick layers of leather covered with a black thick leather sole which is screwed onto the boot. “Vibram” is written on the yellow label.
Subject
sports
climbing
Mount Logan
Chic Scott
Credit
Gift of Charles (Chic) Scott, Cochrane, 1991
Catalogue Number
103.03.1065 a,b
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Breaking Camp on Mount Logan, Yukon

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Artist
Ted Raftery
Date
1991
Medium
oil on canvas
Catalogue Number
RaT.02.01
Description
Foreground from near top left to near bottom right is a snow covered mountain slope, 3 climbers with rope are on the slope, background is snow covered mountains protruding through cloud cover, top quarter is clear blue sky
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Artist
Ted Raftery
Title
Breaking Camp on Mount Logan, Yukon
Date
1991
Medium
oil on canvas
Dimensions
40.5 x 50.7 cm
Description
Foreground from near top left to near bottom right is a snow covered mountain slope, 3 climbers with rope are on the slope, background is snow covered mountains protruding through cloud cover, top quarter is clear blue sky
Subject
landscape
mountain
people
Mount Logan
activity
climbing
Credit
Gift of Ted Raftery, Calgary, 1992
Catalogue Number
RaT.02.01
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Part Of
Peter and Catharine Whyte fonds
Scope & Content
Image of an unidentified woman posed on a boulder in front of Douglas Glacier
Date Range
[ca. 1885-1945]
Reference Code
V683 / III / A / 15 / PA - 721
Description Level
6 / Item
GMD
Photograph
Postcard
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Part Of
Peter and Catharine Whyte fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Fonds Number
M36 / V683 / S37
Series
V683 / III / A / 15 : Peter and Catharine Whyte: Collected Photographs
Sous-Fonds
V683
Accession Number
.
Reference Code
V683 / III / A / 15 / PA - 721
GMD
Photograph
Postcard
Date Range
[ca. 1885-1945]
Physical Description
Photograph: 1 print (front and back) ; b&w.
Scope & Content
Image of an unidentified woman posed on a boulder in front of Douglas Glacier
Subject Access
Glaciers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Portrait
Women
Geographic Access
Washington
United States of America
Language
English
Title Source
Title based on item
Processing Status
Processed
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Date
1977 – 1978
Material
fibre; metal; skin
Catalogue Number
103.08.1062
Description
Red canvas, main compartment has grommet and cord lock closure, zippered top pocket flap with 2 leather strips sewn on inside. Zippered front pocket, metal frame sewn in, padded shoulder straps, padded on lower back and sides, straps and plastic buckles, very worn with many repairs and strenghteni…
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Title
Expedition Backpack
Date
1977 – 1978
Material
fibre; metal; skin
Dimensions
65.0 x 40.0 cm
Description
Red canvas, main compartment has grommet and cord lock closure, zippered top pocket flap with 2 leather strips sewn on inside. Zippered front pocket, metal frame sewn in, padded shoulder straps, padded on lower back and sides, straps and plastic buckles, very worn with many repairs and strenghtening. Full length green vinyl strips sewn on both sides. Small thermometer attached to zipper, label "The Wild Boys Mountain Sports 403-244-1969"
Subject
expeditions
Mount Logan
sports
skiing
mountaineering
Chic Scott
Credit
Gift of Charles (Chic) Scott, Cochrane, 1990
Catalogue Number
103.08.1062
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Date
n.d.
Material
wood; metal
Catalogue Number
108.04.1188
Description
One ice axe with a curved adze, metal pickhead and a wooden shaft. On one side of the pickhead, inscribed into the metal is: FUHRER FRERES OSTAAD.Beside this inscription, a flower, and the words SCHWEIZER PICKEL are inscribed.
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Title
Ice Ax
Date
n.d.
Material
wood; metal
Dimensions
28.5 x 101.0 cm
Description
One ice axe with a curved adze, metal pickhead and a wooden shaft. On one side of the pickhead, inscribed into the metal is: FUHRER FRERES OSTAAD.Beside this inscription, a flower, and the words SCHWEIZER PICKEL are inscribed.
Subject
sports
climbing
mountaineering
Mount Logan
H F Lambert
Credit
Gift of Donald Grace, Saanichton, 2015
Catalogue Number
108.04.1188
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Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
1926
Author
Hall, Henry S
Call Number
01.4 Ap4 Pam
Author
Hall, Henry S
Published Date
1926
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Mount Logan Expedition (1925)
Notes
In Appalachia, vol.XVI, no.3; Bulletin / Appalachian Mountain Club, vol.XIX, no.7, February 1926
Call Number
01.4 Ap4 Pam
Collection
Archives Library
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[Mount Logan Alaska] Map to illustrate the paper "The Conquest of Mount Logan" by H.F. Lambart

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Medium
Library - Maps and blueprints (unannotated; published)
Map
Call Number
C8-4.2
Scale
Scale: 1:500,000
Medium
Library - Maps and blueprints (unannotated; published)
Map
Subjects
Mount Logan, Alaska
Alaska
Notes
Camps used by 1925 Mount Logan epedition
Route of Mount Logan expedition
Accession Number
2944
Call Number
C8-4.2
Collection
Archives Library
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Mount Logan Expedition Lantern Slides

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File consists of 237 lantern slides from the Mount Logan expedition of 1925; some are survey maps with the route plotted out in typed text. Photos taken by H. F. Lambert, and some by A. H. MacCarthy. Original listing of the lantern slides numbers them at 231 total, 15 are missing and some were labl…
Date Range
1925
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 813 / PS-1 to PS-254
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Transparency
Lantern slide
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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S4 / V14
Series
813
Sous-Fonds
AC 0P
Accession Number
ACC
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 813 / PS-1 to PS-254
GMD
Transparency
Lantern slide
Date Range
1925
Physical Description
327 photographs : b&w and col. slides ; 10.2 x 8.2 cm
History / Biographical
The Mount Logan expedition was a joint mission between the Alpine Club of Canada and the American Alpine Club that took place in 1925. The expedition was led by A. H. MacCarthy, who had participated in the first accent of Mount Robson in 1913, and officially began in February, 1925 when the team, using horses and dogs to pull sleighs, cached supplies along the route. The ascent started on 12 May when they left the town of McCarthy, Yukon and the summit was reached on 22 June. The Mount Logan expedition was noted as being extremely difficult due to cold temperatures and violent storms. No members of the team were lost.
Scope & Content
File consists of 237 lantern slides from the Mount Logan expedition of 1925; some are survey maps with the route plotted out in typed text. Photos taken by H. F. Lambert, and some by A. H. MacCarthy. Original listing of the lantern slides numbers them at 231 total, 15 are missing and some were labled as "duplicates" (see Notes).
Notes
PS-58, 59, 60, 61, 84, 112, 145, 160, 184, 185, 187, 196, 197, 206, 218 missing from order. PS-208 initially listed as missing, now replaced by "duplicate." Box 6/6 contained slides labled as "duplicates," upon comparison they were determined to be originals and added to the order; they now make up PS-232 to PS-254. This listing was originally part of a larger entry (containing textual records and photographs) for the Mount Logan expedition.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Lantern slide
Mount Logan
Alpine Club of Canada
Climbing
Discovery and exploration
Geographic Access
Mount Logan
Yukon
Canada
Language
English
Conservation
15 slides missing; locate if possible. All slides were cleaned prior to scanning.
Related Material
M200 / AC 0M / 017 ; M200 / AC 00M / 152-168 ; V14 / AC 0P / 003-009 ; V14 / AC 0P / 410-599 ; V14 / AC 0P / 600-629 ; V14 / AC 0P / 708-716 ; V14 / AC 0P / 808 (1-127) Papers are Director's papers, financial records, publicity and public relations records, reports, newsclippings; also telegrams to Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lambart. Includes material produced by J. W. A. Hickson, H. F. Lambart, A. H. MacCarthy and A. O. Wheeler. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. Includes air and ground survey photographs, Mount Logan to Mounts Bess and Alexander, including Mount Robson and area, 1924. Includes a lantern slide set of 231 items, accompanied by an inventory (AC 0M-146). Some prints are panoramas. Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280).
Creator
Alpine Club of Canada
Biographical Source Notes
https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/mount-logan
The Alpine Club of Canada Gazette, vol. 21, No. 1, Winter 2006, pp. 40-41.
Title Source
Title based on content of file
Content Details
Titles of images found on slides.
Processing Status
Processed
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Mount Logan Expedition photographs - arriving at Observation Camp [4/7]

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the …
Date Range
1925
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 492 - 515
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 492 - 515
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
Date Range
1925
Physical Description
190 photographs (123 prints : b&w ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 66 negatives : b&w nitrate negatives ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 1 slides : b&w slides ; large format)
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the ACC and contain typed notes on the exteriors. Topics include: Snow fields of the Ogilvie Glacier in foreground distant view of the ice fall coming down from the King Glacier above ; Showing the cascade at the head of the Ogilvie Gl. and camp ; Leaving Cascade for the first reconnaisance party up to the Observation Pt. Plateau. Read Carpe Foster MacCarthy ; Looking up the cascades, camp in the foreground ; The right hand side of the Cascades showing part of route taken up. Camp in foreground ; Looking up the cascades from the Cascades Camp ; Ice fileds, sled in distance, distant view of the ice cataract from the King Ice fields 2000 feet above ; About the best I have of this camp at the head of the Logan Glacier at the foot of the King Cascade, this latter showing in the background ; Pictures of the Cascades camp which has an elevation of 7800 feet and from which camp the real climbing operations commenced, on June 1st. 1925 ; Group of (close up) MacCarthy Carpe Foster and MacCarthy Lambart Foster ; A group "sledders of the Ogilvie" ; Snow dome at about 9700 half way between "Observation" and the top of the "Quartz Ridge" looking back over the tributary glaciers of the head of the Ogilvie 2500 feet below ; Lunching on the Dome, after arrival with first load and the drag of the sled up the steep slopes ; The snow dome at about 9700 with the group and looking out on to the Ogilvie Glacier showing the junction with the Logan Glaicer middle distance ; Looking into the hollow of the head of the Ogilvie Gl. showing mountains only at its head to eastward from a point a short distance N. of the Observation Camp Site ; From "Observation Camp" northward, distance as far as it can be seen ; North distant mountains of the Walsh and Mt. Lucania.
Notes
Physical description and extent applicable for entire V14 / AC0P / 410 - 599 collection. Most prints also have their original negatives with them - those negatives were not scanned.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Abbot Pass Hut
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Camps
Club
Competition
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Glaciers
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Horses
Huts
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Conservation
Avoid further handling of negatives and slide.
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280). V14 / AC 0P / 410 - 435 V14 / AC 0P / 436 - 463 V14 / AC 0P / 464 - 491 V14 / AC 0P / 516 - 548 V14 / AC 0P / 549 - 581 V14 / AC 0P / 582 - 599
Title Source
Title based on material
Processing Status
Processed
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Mount Logan Expedition photographs - coming back down from Mt. Logan [6/7]

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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the …
Date Range
1925
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 549 - 581
Description Level
5 / File
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
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Part Of
Alpine Club of Canada fonds
Description Level
5 / File
Fonds Number
M200 / S6 / V14
Series
I.A.1.e.i. Administration: expeditions - Mount Logan Expedition
Sous-Fonds
V14
Accession Number
5200
Reference Code
V14 / AC 0P / 549 - 581
GMD
Film
Lantern slide
Negative
Photograph print
Print
Transparency
Date Range
1925
Physical Description
190 photographs (123 prints : b&w ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 66 negatives : b&w nitrate negatives ; 12 x 7.5 cm - 1 slides : b&w slides ; large format)
Scope & Content
File pertains to photographs - mostly prints, also negatives and one glass slide - of the Mount Logan Expedition of 1925. Photographs of the Mount Logan Expedition were mainly produced by H. F. Lambart; also some by A. H. MacCarthy. All images are housed in the original brown envelopes used by the ACC and contain typed notes on the exteriors. Topics include: Plateua Camp the last camp on the massif of Logan, from which the climb was made, taken from the east side ; Foster dressing frozen fingers after the past weeks ordeal on the summit and the fight to get off the mountain in store. MacCarthy eyes and fingers. Foster wrist toe and finger. Carpe toes and fingers. Lambart toes fingers wrist. Taylor scot free ; Photograph during the day of rest and perfect bliss and Heaven to us all after the weeks of snow & ice. First running water and signs of life, a raven's early morning visit to inspect the "idiots." Three of camp and two looking up the Ogilvie Glacier ; Group on the morains near the camp. A.H. MacCarthy Wilmer B.C. A.M. Taylor McCarthy Alaska. Col. W.W. Foster Vancouver B.C. Allen Carpe New York. H.F.L. N.H. Read ; Close up group on morains near Turn Cache camp. Foster MacCarthy Lambart Carpe. Sitting (always was) N.H. Read ; Standing group in parkas ; After an all night's travel on the Logan Glacier July 2-3 resting out on one of the central morains near the International Boundary Crossing of the Logan Glacier. Here the ice became so bad that the two sleds were left behind, cached a further amount of equipment, including stove and robe etc. & shouldered our loads for the remaining 30 miles into Hubricks Camp ; Portraits of all but Carpe, how he came to be missed unknown. Taken the day after we got into Hubricks before the grand shave & clean up. 1 MacCarthy 2 Foster 1 Andy Taylor 3 H.F.L 1 Read 1 H.M. Laing ; The making of two boats on arrival at Hubrick's camp on the 6th of July having originally been decided upon, now abandoned on acount of the condition of the party and the length of time to build (10 days) rafts in lieu of the boats finally decided upon. Two of these commenced July 8 and completed the 10th. and the journey started down the Chitina River at 1.30 P.M. July 11th. with desastrous results to one (MacCarthur, Foster, Carpe) and reaching Rush Pond with the other (Taylor, Lambart, Read) 12.30 midnight July 12, 60 miles by stream.
Notes
Physical description and extent applicable for entire V14 / AC0P / 410 - 599 collection. Most prints also have their original negatives with them - those negatives were not scanned.
Name Access
Alpine Club of Canada
Subject Access
Abbot Pass Hut
Activities
Administration
Advertising
Alpine Club of Canada
Camps
Club
Competition
Discovery and exploration
Environment
Environment and Nature
Exploration
Glaciers
Guide
Guides
Hiking
Horses
Huts
Mountain
Mountain guides
Mountaineering
Mountaineers
Mountains
Mount Logan
Mount Logan Expedition
National parks and reserves
Organizations
Photography
Scenery
Sports and recreation
Summit
Geographic Access
Yukon
Alaska
Canada
United States of America
Access Restrictions
Access to negatives is by appointment only
Language
English
Conservation
Avoid further handling of negatives and slide.
Finding Aid
A detailed list is available for a portion of the material.
Related Material
Material is closely related to expedition material in Sous-fonds III. Personal papers and photographs (H. F. Lambart papers and photographs; W. W. Foster photographs). Related oversize display prints can be found in Series I.A.1.j. (AC 00P / 137-147 and AC 00P / 275-280). V14 / AC 0P / 410 - 435 V14 / AC 0P / 436 - 463 V14 / AC 0P / 464 - 491 V14 / AC 0P / 492 - 515 V14 / AC 0P / 516 - 548 V14 / AC 0P / 582 - 599
Title Source
Title based on material
Processing Status
Processed
Electronic Resources

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