Fonds whyte-1038 - Bill Goodrich fonds

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Bill Goodrich fonds

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WHYTE whyte-1038

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  • 1950-1962 (Creation)
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    Goodrich, Bill

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ca. 385 photographs: transparencies; 35mm, col.

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William Osborne Goodrich, 1924-1999 was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A. He was a member of the Alpine Club of Canada and worked as a mathematician for the Allan Bradley Co. of Milwaukee as well as the Alpine Club of Canada.

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Fonds consists of 35mm colour transparencies taken by Bill Goodrich, 1950-1962 at Alpine Club of Canada annual camps. Camps include: Maligne, 1950; O'Hara, 1951; Assiniboine, 1952; Mt. Hooker and Edith Cavell, 1953; Goodsirs, 1954; Mt. Robson, 1955; Ramparts, 1957; Bugaboos, 1959; Maligne, part 1, 1962. Transparencies are housed in 3 carousels, each with a note on its content.

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Acquired by donation, 2006;Gift of Louise Goodrich, 2006

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  • Language is English

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Record No. V106<br><br>

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