1 - 25 of 123
Number of results to display per page
TitleDateSetnameType
1 106,000 spectators in Holmenkollen, Oslo, Norway 1946 competition, (the first held there after the 5 year German occupation of Norway), including the Royal Family.1946uum_map_usaImage
2 Sun Valley, Idaho, 1948. Ruud Mountain Ski Jump. L to R Olav Ulland, Gustav Raaum, Alf Engen, and Kjell Stordalen.1948uum_map_usaImage
3 Arnold Kongsgard, Ragnar Baklid, Kristian Berg, Gordon Wren, Alf Engen, Harald Sandvik, Gustav Raaum, Harald Hauge1947uum_map_usaImage
4 Pine Mountain Ski Jump in Iron Mountain, MI1947uum_map_usaImage
5 Outrun and spectators at Pine Mountain Ski Jump1947uum_map_usaImage
6 Ragnar Baklid, Arnold Kongsgard, Gustav Raaum, Harald Hauge, all of the Norwegian Ski Jumping Team1947uum_map_usaImage
7 Albert Oas (Aas), 80 years old, from Trondheim, Norway, traveled to Ishpeming, MI in 1887, pictured 1947.1947uum_map_usaImage
8 Ecker Hill near Salt Lake City, UT1947uum_map_usaImage
9 Arnold Kongsgard from Kongsberg, Norway1940; 1941; 1942; 1943; 1944; 1945; 1946; 1947; 1948; 1949; 1950; 1951; 1952; 1953; 1954; 1955; 1956; 1957; 1958; 1959uum_map_usaImage
10 Alpine skiers Rominger, Vallaer and Karl Molitor in Sun Valley1947uum_map_usaImage
11 Alpine skier Georgette Thioliere from France at Sun Valley1947uum_map_usaImage
12 Holmenkollen jumping competition 1958 showing Gustav Raaum as an official jumping judge in Nordic Combined competition, thus passing his international (FIS) judges test.1958uum_map_usaImage
13 Junior Class in Holmenkollen in 1946 was impressive. Christian Mohn was leading after the first round with an outstanding jump to 64 ½ meters, closely followed by Gustav Raaum from Lillehammer with 62 meters. Several of the boys showed great promise for the future.1946uum_map_usaImage
14 This shows the judges point scores given to the 7 best in Junior Class in Holmenkollen in 1946.1946uum_map_usaImage
15 The total score in points of the top 26 ski jumpers in Junior Class in Holmenkollen in 1946.1946uum_map_usaImage
16 From "Business Magazine"at University of Washington Business School, Fall 2002. Features (page 2)2002uum_map_usaImage
17 From "Business Magazine" at University of Washington Business School Fall 2002 (pages 42,43)2002uum_map_usaImage
18 Holmenkollen, 1946. Gustav Raaum, winner of the under 20 class, 62m with 18.5,18.5,18.5 in form points.1946uum_map_usaImage
19 Gustav Raaum, Jan Kiaer, Gunnar Sunde, members of the University of Washington ski team1950uum_map_usaImage
20 Bakke Ski Jump, Leavenworth, Washington. Back row, L to R: George Thrane (9), Art Tokle (91), Sverre Kongsgard (92), and unidentified. Front row,L to R: Art Devlin, Gustav Raaum, Wilmer Hampton, Kjell Stordalen, and Art Granstrom.1947; 1948; 1949; 1950; 1951; 1952; 1953; 1954; 1955uum_map_usaImage
21 Gustav Raaum, Bud Little, Jacques Bulterman, and Al Merrill, US delegates at FIS International Ski Congress in Athens, sitting in a"Taverna"1963uum_map_usaImage
22 Gustav Raaum's second jump at Holmenkollen, 1946, 63 meters with 18.5,18.5, 19 form points.1946uum_map_usaImage
23 Gustav Raaum's first jump in Holmenkollen 1946, 62 meters with 18.5,18.5,18.5 in form points.1946uum_map_usaImage
24 Gustav Raaum, 1946, winner of Jr. Class. Photo protected by copyright, Knut Ed Holm. DO NOT COPY1946uum_map_usaImage
25 Gustav Raaum at Drafnkollen ski jump during Norwegian National ski jumping Championships1940; 1941; 1942; 1943; 1944; 1945; 1946; 1947; 1948; 1949; 1950; 1951; 1952; 1953; 1954; 1955uum_map_usaImage
1 - 25 of 123