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Title Utah Ski Archives Newsletter: 2002 (Autumn), no. 20
Creator Friends of the Utah Ski Archives
Subject Skis and Skiing--Periodicals; Skiing--Utah--History
Description The Utah Ski and Snowboard Archives is one of the most comprehensive collections in the entire country for research into the history and development of Utah's prospering winter sports industry. The archives document the history of ski competition on local, national, and international levels; the founding of major resorts; snow safety and avalanche control; ski equipment; ski instruction; freestyle skiing; the 10th Mountain Division; back-country skiing; and virtually every facet of winter sports in Utah and the surrounding region. The archives are the repository for the Salt Lake Winter Olympics Games Bid Committee records and the records of the 2002 games themselves.
Table of Contents 2002 Ski Affair to Honor Corey Engen and Elite Winter Athletes; Corey Engen Will Add Prestigious Quinney Award To a Lifetime of Accomplishment; 2002 History-Maker Honorees; Historic Photos Need Identification!; Intermountain Ski Hall of Fame Established; Ski History Exhibit Wows Capitol Visitors
Publisher University of Utah Marriott Library Ski Archives Program
Date 2002-10
Type Text
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Source Accn 1086
Language eng
Relation Is part of: Utah Ski Archives
Is Part of Ski Archive
Rights Management Digital image copyright 2005, University of Utah. All rights reserved.
Holding Institution Special Collections, Marriott Library, University of Utah.
Source Physical Dimensions 22 cm x 28 cm
Newsletter Date Utah Ski Archives Newsletter, Autumn 2002, No. 20
Scanning Technician David Sume
Metadata Cataloger Kelly Taylor; David Sume; Kenning Arlitsch; Chris Anderson
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Date Created 2005-03-16
Date Modified 2015-12-11
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Description Historic Photos Need Identification! ft jfSMHflBl Through the hard work of the Utah skiing community, the Ski Archives Advisory Board, and the J. Wilkrd Marriott Library Special Collections staff, the Utah Ski Archives has become one of the most comprehensive collections of its kind in the world. We now have over 50,000 images (10,000 of which are online on our web site), as well as thousands of feet of film, that document the history of skiing in Utah and the Intermountain region. The embarrassment of riches has led to a problem common to photograph archives, namely that many of the photos are unidentified. The Utah Ski Archives Advisory Board and the staff of the Special Collections department at the Marriott Library would like to ask the Utah ski community to help us put names and dates on these faces and events. You can help in several ways: • you can spread the word to your skiing friends that this help is needed; • you can help identify the images yourself, or SuzY Rittin9 Photo Collection • you can join the Ski Archives History Committee that will come to the library and look through the images to identify them. If you are interested in being a part of this project, contact Barbara Amidon, Chair of the Ski Archives Advisory Board at 801-328-6971. Of course, you don't have to belong to the committee to come in and look through the collections. Visitors are welcome at any time. The Special Collections Department hours are Monday - Thursday, 8AM to 8PM; Friday 8AM to 5PM; and Saturdays 9AM to 5PM. The unidentified images can also be viewed from any home computer. Log on to the Photograph Archives website at The Ski Archives photo collections are grouped numerically starting with P0370 and continuing to P0424; and start again at P0900. So it's easiest to use the Numeric Index on the front page to start browsing through the Ski Archives collections. At the "Wasatch National Forest Skiing - P0370" page, for instance, click on the "BROWSE PHOTOS" link to be connected to the image database. Once there you can click on individual thumbnails to view a larger image. If you find an unidentified photograph and know who it is, or where or when it was taken, note the "File Name" the photograph; it will look something like this: p0370nl_2_05_12.jpg That's the number we need to identify the individual image. Make a list of those numbers and identities or locations, and send it to the Multimedia Archivist at the address given below. We'll see that your contributions are added to the database and at last, that unidentified photograph will have a name. If you have any questions about this process, or have trouble finding the web page, call the Multimedia Archives at (801) 585-3073, or send an email to Roy Webb, Multimedia Archivist, at -¦ ;' : ;,>:,v. In a unique collab*-ration, the iVIatrioLr Lilvaiy Ski Ah I live1- and tin. All l'.iu;cn M-i Museum hau. em(v3ee! on a joint nission to recognize the pioneers of skiim: horn ihe Intel Mountain region of Utah, Wvon iin;, [daho, ind Mom na. I'he Imermoun .i i ->ki Hall of Fame is housed m the Alf Engcti Miiscitm .it the Joe Ouir.ney Wnuci Sports ( Vriei in ih<- I'Lti: t ) vmp;e Park and ^ open to individuals from the region that have shown an ouiM>mdiiu; cuniribir.ioi. to snow sj-«orts. Categories ir.e:ude developer* of wimcf sport facilities, aihletes aiKi < hampiom ofwir.rci sports, contributors to the •levelopiPenr of the spoit >is educators «»r m\c!iiors, or simply great pt\u. tku«i!c:,% «>f the sport <«l skiing/Snowb'i.irolinj; Nominations c;m be made by anyone e\cept ihe mmvdiaic family members o! tiie nominee- and may be -tihi.uKei! ai anytime i\v cm.taetiuu the Ski Archives at the Marriott Library for nomination materials. Nominations are considered in Novemhei of each year aiu.1 an eieetion by the Ski Archives iioartl i>. held >n the spring. Induction jik! recognition <>! tho>e selected then bexomes the ski museums rule. The idea had its inceplion some three years ago when Alan I'ngen approached Mike Kor()logos, liien Chair of the Ski Archives Adviso"v Rojsx! vvit'i the- concept o! e.sunlisnin^ a hall of fanic iw» the Inicuis.'inu.Sin )¦ ^.ii'ti as pan o! '.Ik ie;;aey of presei'ving the history of ski sport io be contained in she ve^to-lie Inult ski >nuseu;n. Ironi that genesis the Ski ArJmes Ailvisory IhkuJ agreed to add the tiientiik.nion, noiuin-.uion. and selecti«»n jM'ocess of ski pioneers to its duties A ¦; [irnuiirtcv was funned and the process of c>Ul^!>:ni; tiu proeedirv*. has been in motion fur ovei two ami has now resulted in the iirsi L'joiip of iiuluctecs being voted into the Intermountain. Hall of Fame. The first induction ceremony was heid at the: Alfringen Ski iruiseuni on l;riday, S»:pieiiiber 27, J.(M)i For more infuvm.uion on the Inteiioountain Ski ! [all of'Faire eonta< i ! >avc Amidon, L'xecuiivt: 1 liivclor of'the Alt i'aigeti Ski Museum, at 43^'uS8-4228, ur C ireiiory 'I'lionipsoc, I )irector of Special i ioliec i(»ns a; the University of I it ah Mairiou Library, at 801-581-8016.
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Source Utah Ski Archives Newsletter 2002
Newsletter Date Autumn2002_no.20_p.4
Setname uum_usan
Date Created 2005-03-11
Date Modified 2005-03-11
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