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  • Collection: George W. Martin Mountaineering

Early handout from the climbing class. Recipes and suggestions for "...the overnight outings so the student climber would have enough food for the duration of the climb." The front side contains Recipes and Miscellaneous type-written on a manual…

Menus for Saturday breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Sunday breakfast and dinner, and Monday breakfast. Title supplied by cataloger;

Mountaineering equipment list with six categories: equipment to wear, equipment to carry, group equipment, special equipment, overnight equipment, and optional;

Mailer inviting the public to join the camp craft workshop. Includes reproduction of handwritten Gloria's Diary, a participant of the 1951 camp craft course;

Test consists of 84 terms and 80 difinitions, the objective being to match them. An explanatory 6x4 inch post-it note signed by Art Filion and dated 2/18/04 is attached to the verso. Title supplied by cataloger;

Brief four-paragraph description of the history and purpose of Olympic College's outdoor education classes;

Handbook written by Charles Maiden and Philip Ager and edited by George Martin. Consists of 12 unnumbered pages with illustrations. On cover: Olympic College Rope Leader's Handbook Bremerton Washington;

Class schedule for the Olympic College basic mountaineering class taught by Dave Sicks and Ruth Jewell in spring quarter 1964. Title supplied by cataloger;

Trifold mailer addressed to Dear Friends promoting the Outdoor Education summer 1964 classes;

Handout addressed to Dear Friends promoting the Outdoor Education summer 1965 classes and listing the annual schedule of 9 classes.
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