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1 Todd Lodwick of the United States Ski Team in flight, 1990s.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n03_02_027
2 Henry Hall being carried as a hero for setting a world ski jumping record of 203 feet at Steamboat Springs, CO in 1917.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_02_018
3 Henry Hall, shortly after setting the world ski jump record in 1917 at Steamboat Springs, CO.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_02_022
4 A mounted horse pulling Alf Engen at Steamboat Springs, CO, circa early 1940s.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_02_102
5 A mounted horse pulling Alf Engen at Steamboat Springs, CO, circa early 1940s.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_02_136
6 Alf Engen jumping at Steamboat Springs, circa 1942.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_03_069
7 Alf Engen and Torger Tokle (Tokle's last jump) at Steamboat Springs, CO, circa 1942.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_03_070
8 Alf Engen with the others stars of the film "Ski Gulls," circa 1943 at Steamboat Springs, CO.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n02_01_104
9 Otto Lang, film producer of "Ski Gulls," with film support crew and stars of the film at Rabbit Ears Pass, Steamboat Springs, CO, circa 1943.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n02_01_105
10 Young jumpers in the film "Ski Gulls," filmed on Rabbit Pass, Steamboat Springs, CO, 1943.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n02_01_107
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