Spectacular McKinley View
Jan 25, 1974

On a recent visit to Mary Carey's McKinley View Lodge on a clear sunny, Lois Wise Knapp and I truly got a spectacular view of Mt. McKinley--the best one ...

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UP THE TRALEIKA SPUR TO THE TOP OF MCKINLEY
Nov 1, 1973

Stuart were excellent climbers; Schmidt had had moderate climbing experience; and Johnson and I, although basically neophytes at climbing, had ...

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SOJOURN IN A MOUNTAIN
Oct 1, 1973

From the moment we first peered over the rim of the last hill into the valley, its floor glistening with remnant patches of winter's snow, we considered ...

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MCKINLEY LIKE GRAND CENTRAL
Jun 26, 1973

North America's highest peak, Mt. McKinley, has been conquered again this year -- again, and again and again...

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SHELDON, CLIMBERS SAFE
May 1, 1973

Talkeetna bush pilot Don Sheldon and three Japanese mountain climbers were reported spending a reasonably comfortable night at the 6,000-foot level ...

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EIGHT YEARS OF WOLF RESEARCH at McKinley Park
Apr 1, 1973

My interest in wolves, wilderness and northern ecology began during three years I spent in Isle Royale National Park, an island wilderness in Lake ...

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FEATURE SHELDON IN STORY
Nov 16, 1972

Alaska glacier pilot Don Sheldon is the subject of a feature article in the November issue of "Friends," a magazine published by the Chevrolet division ...

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GLACIER PILOT
Nov 1, 1972

Mention bush pilots and people automatically think of Alaska. True, there are bush pilots in other parts of the world, but the connection is valid ...

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LITTLE HOPE FOR CLIMBERS
Jul 31, 1972

Virtually all hope of finding three Japanese women climbers lost on the shrieking heights of Mt. McKinley faded Thursday as Army rescue efforts were ...

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TRAGEDY ON MCKINLEY
Jul 13, 1972

Three young Japanese climbers have apparently died soon after reaching the 20,320 foot summit of Mt. McKinley...

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TALKEETNA
Nov 1, 1971

Born of gold rush days, Talkeetna clings to her heritage despite pavement and COMSAT's "Big Dish" that scans the sky. Many times the eyes of the world ...

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Living Dangerously
Mar 17, 1971

With a raucous whine, the single-engine ski-equipped plane pierces the moonless night. Nearly 40 minutes and 90 miles of wilderness away from Anchorage...

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SHELDON ATTACKS ANTERLESS HUNT
Oct 24, 1970

The antlerless moose hunt approved by the state Fish and Game Department seems to have stirred up ...

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EIGHT DAYS TO THE TOP
Oct 1, 1970

Before we set out from the 17,000-foot level on the eighth day of our climb, Ray Genet contacted Radio Anchorage for a weather forecast. We got word ...

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ALASKA Denali Strikes Back
Aug 11, 1967

To the twelve eager mountaineers who struck out last month to climb Mount McKinley, North America's highest peak, the adventure did not seem too formidable

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2 More Found Dead on McKinley Slope
Jul 31, 1967

The bodies of two more of the seven missing mountain climbers on 20,300-foot Mt. McKinley were located late yesterday at about the 18,000-foot level..

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DENVERITE IN EXPEDITION
Mar 6, 1967

Climbers from the party led by Gregg Blomberg, 25, of Denver, attempting the first winter ascent of Mt. McKinley, stamped an apparent medical distress ...

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Magnificent Rescue on McKinley - INTREPID MEN vs M
Jun 6, 1960

From far up on the slopes of Mt. McKinley--Mighty Mac, the highest peak on the continent--came a radio plea for help. At 16,400 feet in a tiny tent, a ...

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Don Sheldon's Review Today
Jul 24, 1959

The Air Force is hoping for a break in the weather today, to pay tribute to a civilian bush pilot who has in the past years risked bodily injury to aid ...

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Got Job Instead of Cruiser
Oct 26, 1945

There's a sort of a "man who came to dinner" flavor in the way that Don Sheldon, Final Assembly, happened to work at Piper Aircraft. True, Don didn't come..

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