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FannyBullockWorkmanVotesWomen.jpg
Fanny Bullock Workman with flier reading "Votes for Women" on Silver Throne plateau, Karakoram, Kashmir at nearly 21,000 feet.

WorkmanPutnam21Oct.pdf
Letter from Fanny Bullock Workman to Judge Harrington Putnam, president of the American Alpine Club at the time. The letter is sent from Srinagar and dated October 21, [1912].

WorkmanPutnam30Oct.pdf
Handwritten letter from William Hunter Workman to Harrington Putnam dated October 30th, 1911 and sent from Srinagar in Kashmir. The letter describes details of a trip the Workmans took the previous summer to the Himalaya region where they explored…

CMC Outing Album007.jpg
Photograph of three women relaxing in a tent during a Colorado Mountain Club outing in 1921 in the Never Summer Mountains. Photographer unknown.

CMC Outing Album003.jpg
Photograph of three women on rocks near a small mountain waterfall during a Colorado Mountain Club outing in 1921 in the Never Summer Mountains. Photographer unknown.

Peck Clippings001.jpg
Newspaper clipping from the Philadelphia Press dated Friday, September 10, 1909 covering the controversy between Fanny Bullock Workman and Annie Peck over the women's world record for highest ascent and Annie Peck's expedition to Mt. Huascaran.

CMC Outing Album002.jpg
Photograph of a woman standing on a rocky slope, three other people are seated next to her during a Colorado Mountain Club outing in 1921 in the Never Summer Mountains. Photographer unknown.

CMC Outing Album005.jpg
Photograph of a woman wearing a hat standing above a group of men and women resting on rocky slope during a Colorado Mountain Club outing in 1921 in the Never Summer Mountains. Photographer unknown.

ClippingUnknown002.jpg
A newspaper clipping - the paper is not known. The clipping is from an article stating that Annie Peck claims no record and resigns the honor of holding the world record for highest peak climbed by a woman to Fanny Bullock Workman.

IceBound001.jpg
Photo of Fanny Bullock Workman, her husband Dr. Hunter Workman and other expedition members on the summit of Mt. Buspar at 14,974 feet, 1902. Photographer unknown.
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