Women's History Collection

Title

Women's History Collection

Creator

The American Alpine Club

Date

March, 2015

Language

English

Rights

Copyright the American Alpine Club

Publisher

The AAC Library

Collection Items

Peck's letter to Bryant about the 1909 Resolution
Handwritten letter from Annie Peck to Henry G. Bryant, Secretary of the American Alpine Club. The letter is on the stationary of the Hotel Alabama in New York and is dated January 16, 1910. Peck writes about the resolution passed by the club the…

Peck's letter to Henry G. Bryant of January 4th, 1909
Handwritten letter from Annie Peck to Henry G. Bryant on letterhead of the Clarendon Hotel in New York. The letter is dated January 4, 1909. This letter is the original version of the copy Peck 1-4-1909. In the letter, Peck requests information about…

Peck's Letter to Bryant Requesting Information
Handwritten letter from Annie Peck to Henry G. Bryant on letterhead of the Clarendon Hotel in New York. The letter is dated January 4, 1909. In the letter, Peck requests information about the number of AAC members present at the meeting of the club…

Letter from Peck to Henry G. Bryant 1909
Handwritten letter from Annie Peck to Henry G. Bryant. The letter is dated December 28, 1909 and in it, Peck discusses a cable from Mrs. Workman to the Alpine Club forwarded to her by Bryant and the elevation and measurement of Mt. Husscaran.

Letter from Annie Peck to Henry G. Bryant 1908
Handwritten letter from Annie Peck to Henry G. Bryant. The letter is dated December 31, 1908. The letter discusses the presentation of a lecture on mountaineering by Annie Peck.

Annie Peck Promotional Shot
Photograph of Annie Peck wearing a mountaineering outfit including rope and leaning on an ice ace. Promotion shot of Annie Peck after her 1895 ascent of the Matterhorn.

Annie Peck in Climbing Gear
Photograph of Annie Peck in climbing gear, face obscured by goggles and mask. She is standing with four other people in similar dress, one of whom holds a flag. They are on Coropuna in Peru, in 1911. Photographer unknown.

Annie Peck Wearing her Peruvian Medal
Formal photograph of Annie Peck wearing the medal given to her by the Peruvian government for her ascent of Huascaran's north peak, ca. 1920s. Photographer unknown.

A Younger Annie Peck
Formal photograph of Annie Peck. Date and author are unknown.

American Alpine Club Mt. Huascaran Resolution 1909
Copy of resolution passed by the American Alpine Club at an Annual Meeting in Baltimore on January 2nd, 1909. The resolution states that an AAC Committee of the Society should be appointed to find out the height of Mt. Huascaran in Peru.
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