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1 Petroglyph (2000-4000 B.C.), Roedoey, Norway.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_001
2 Skiing Birchlegs Crossing the Mountain with the Royal Child, painted by Knud BergslienP0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_004
3 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
4 Old ski found in Hjorundfjord.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_01_023
5 The first U.S. Olympic ski team, 1924. L to R: Anders Haugen, captain, LeMoine Batson, Harry Lein, Sigurd Overbye, and John Carleton. Photo taken at Chamonix, France in February, 1924. Ragnar Omtvedt arrived too late to be included in the photo.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n01_02_024
6 John Bower winning the Holmenkollen Nordic Combined event in Norway, circa 1960s.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n03_01_072
7 Ullr medal.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n03_03_007
8 Norwegian National Ski Organization medal, "Foreningen til ski idrettens frenne," started in 1883.P0413 Alan K. Engen Photograph CollectionP0413n03_03_009
9 "Birkebeiner" warriors carrying Prince Hakon Hakonson to safety. (10x14) For additional information and similar photographs see collection P0413 Alan K. Engen.P0950 University of Utah Ski Archives Photograph CollectionP0950 AKE0030
10 John Bower winning the Holmenkollen Nordic Combined event in Norway. (16x20) For additional information and similar photographs see collection P0413 Alan K. Engen.P0950 University of Utah Ski Archives Photograph CollectionP0950 AKE0171
11 AmateursP0951 Andy Wright Photograph Collectionp0951n4642
12 NorwayP0951 Andy Wright Photograph Collectionp0951n5156
13 Holmenkollen jumping competition 1958 showing Gustav Raaum as an official jumping judge in Nordic Combined competition, thus passing his international (FIS) judges test.P0994 Gustav F. Raaum Photograph Collectionp0994n011
14 Gustav Raaum's second jump at Holmenkollen, 1946, 63 meters with 18.5,18.5, 19 form points.P0994 Gustav F. Raaum Photograph Collectionp0994n022
15 Gustav Raaum's first jump in Holmenkollen 1946, 62 meters with 18.5,18.5,18.5 in form points.P0994 Gustav F. Raaum Photograph Collectionp0994n023
16 Gustav Raaum, 1946, winner of Jr. Class. Photo protected by copyright, Knut Ed Holm. DO NOT COPYP0994 Gustav F. Raaum Photograph Collectionp0994n024
17 Gustav Raaum at Drafnkollen ski jump during Norwegian National ski jumping ChampionshipsP0994 Gustav F. Raaum Photograph Collectionp0994n025
18 Gustav Raaum at Drafnkollen ski jump, Norway during Norwegian National Championships. 1946.P0994 Gustav F. Raaum Photograph Collectionp0994n033
19 Harald Hauge, Arnold Kongsgard, Bill Gundersen, Odd Harsheim, Gustav Raaum, Ragnar Baklid, and Diman Lindstrom (Sweden), 1947.P0994 Gustav F. Raaum Photograph Collectionp0994n035
20 Bill Gundersen and Gustav Raaum 1947.P0994 Gustav F. Raaum Photograph Collectionp0994n036
21 Gustav Raaum, 1947 with Capt Harald Sandvik (Norwegian team leader)P0994 Gustav F. Raaum Photograph Collectionp0994n037
22 Gustav Raaum in Drafnkollen ski jump during Norwegian national ski jumping Championships, 1946.P0994 Gustav F. Raaum Photograph Collectionp0994n042
23 Tranbergbakken southwest of Lillehammer where Gustav Raaum won a jumping competition 1945.P0994 Gustav F. Raaum Photograph Collectionp0994n102
24 Skuibakken near Oslo, Norway from L to R: Gustav Raaum, Odd Winquist and Frank Waastad Olsen took part in competition.P0994 Gustav F. Raaum Photograph Collectionp0994n103
25 Lismarka jumping hill near Lillehammer where Gustav Raaum and team mates competed and trained in secret during the German occupation.P0994 Gustav F. Raaum Photograph Collectionp0994n104
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