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1 Alf Engen, Lois Linkletter, Art LinkletterP0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413 n02_02_136
2 Alan Engen participating in the Utah Winter Games Slalom at Snowbird, Utah, January 1991.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413N03_01_123
3 Petroglyph (2000-4000 B.C.), Roedoey, Norway.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_001
4 Petroglyph (1500 B.C.), Zalavrouga, Russia.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_002
5 Swedish woodcut (1619) depicting soldiers on skis on guard at Glebova, Russia during peace negotiations between Russia and Sweden.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_003
6 Skiing Birchlegs Crossing the Mountain with the Royal Child, painted by Knud BergslienP0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_004
7 Portraits and image of Hannes Schneider ski jumping.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_005
8 Fridtjof Nansen, who made the first crossing of Greenland on skis. Image from the Graphic Newspaper, 1896.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_006
9 Sondre Norheim, 1825-1895, of Norway. Invented the world's first ski binding made from thin shoots of birch roots. This binding was called the "Norheim binding."P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_007
10 Original Holmenkollen ski jumping hill in Oslo, Norway, late 1890s.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_008
11 The first U.S. Olympic ski jumping team, 1924. L to R: Anders Haugen, LeMoine Batson, Harry Lein, Sigurd Overby, John Carleton. Not pictured, but also a member of the team was Ragnar Dmtvedt.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_009
12 Portraits of Carl Howelson, 1877-1955, taken in 1907 (left) and mid 1940s (right).P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_010
13 Portraits of Carl Howelson, 1877-1955, taken in 1907 (left) and mid 1940s (right), and poster from the Barnum and Bailey Circus highlighting Howelson ski jumping.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_010a
14 Mathias Zdarsky (1874-1946), considered the father of Alpine skiing.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_011
15 Unidentified ski jumping hills.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_012
16 Mikkel and Torjus Hemmestveit. The Hemmestveit brothers were the first known ski jumpers in the U.S. They made the first leaps on skis in America in 1880. Mikkel Hemmestveit set the first American ski jumping record of 37 feet in 1887 at Ishpeming, MI. Note the clothing, skis and bindings typical of ski jumping in the late 1800s.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_013
17 Thomas A. Lokken, 1900 ski jumping in Ishpeming, MI.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_014
18 America's first ski jumpers. Top: Mikkel Hemmestveit, who made the first American distance record of 37 feet on February 8, 1887. Bottom: the Hemmestveit brothers Mikkel and Torjus.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_015
19 Carl Tellefsen, first President of the National Ski Association.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_016
20 Holmenkollen ski jumping hill in Oslo, Norway, 1985.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_017
21 Miner trekking out to the gold fields in La Porte California, circa 1860s.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_018
22 First rope tow, Woodstock, VT.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_019
23 Portrait of Sir Arnold Lunn, founder of the Alberg Kaudahar race and inventor of the slalom, circa 1960s.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_020
24 Portrait of Sir Arnold Lunn, founder of the Alberg Kaudahar race and inventor of the slalom, circa 1960s.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_021
25 Portrait of Col. George Bilgeri.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_022
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