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Rhoda Rouse fonds

  • WHYTE whyte-1115
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1930-ca.1977]

The Rhoda Rouse fonds pertains mainly to Alpine Club of Canada mountaineering camps including photographs of Assiniboine, O'Hara, and Minnewanka areas and landscapes. Textual records include ACC banquet menus, brochures, programs, newsletters, financial information, newspaper articles, reports, and greeting cards (annotated and unannotated), letters, and correspondence with Elizabeth Rummell, 1930-1977.

Rouse, Rhoda

Jean Knox Petrie fonds

  • WHYTE whyte-1013
  • Fonds
  • 1938-1940

Fonds relate to mountaineering with the Alpine Club of Canada. Textual records consist of 8 newsclippings from July 1938 pertaining to the first ascent of Mount Columbia by women: Lillian Gest, Kathleen Chapman, Christine Reid, Jean McDonald, and Jean Petrie as well as a photocopied "Guide to the Tonquin" signed by K.G. Chapman ca.1935. Photographic records include an unbound album of 44p: 111 prints divided by the donor into 3 sections: 1. To the Tonquin Valley, July 1938; 2. Alpine Club Camp, Columbia Icefields, July 12-31, 1938; 3. Alpine Club Camp Tonquin Valley, April 1939. The album also includes artwork and map. A second unbound photograph album of 28p: 170 prints is divided into 5 sections: 1. ACC camp in the Ice River Valley, July 1939; 2. Acc ski camp in Little Yoho Valley, March 23-31, 1940; 3. Our climb of Roche Miette, May 24, 1940; 4. Our summertime journey into the Little Yoho Valley, July 1940; 5. Our climb of Mts. Fitzwilliam & Bucephelas, September 3, 1940.

Petrie, Jean Knox

Alpine Club of Canada fonds

  • WHYTE whyte-1073
  • Fonds
  • 1906-2005

Fonds constitutes the principal resource for the study of the history of Canadian mountaineering. It provides a wealth of information on individual alpinists, expeditions, mountains, national parks, conservation, climbing, alpine organizations, publications, guiding, scientific study and the Alpine Club itself. The fonds consists of four Sous-fonds: I. Alpine Club of Canada records; II. Mount Everest Expedition (1982) records; III. Personal papers and photographs; IV. Other material. Club administration records (series I.A.) pertain to executive positions; head office; finance; camps, climbing and treks; expeditions; huts and properties; clubhouses; library; publications; photography; other committees; other activities; and other. Other club records include section records (series I.B.), hut registers and summit records (series I.C.).

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