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  • unknown (2004-02-02
      The Amateur Ski Club, founded by Roland Palmedo, one of the 5 ski clubs with on-mountain lodges. The ski clubs have always been at the core of the Mad River Glen community.
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Mad River ski patroller, Bill Carnwright, showing his skiing prowess for a State of Vermont photo shoot
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Mad River Ski School Director, Bud Phillips, along with his daughter Krietta. He led Mad River’s Ski School from 1948 until the mid 1960s
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Frank Weston and Don Powers making their own fun in Bud Phillips infamous Dipsy Doodle during the mid 1950s
  • Schlierbeck, Hepzibah (2004-10-12
      The legend lives on from the Chippewa on down Of the big lake they called 'Gitche Gumee' The lake, it is said, never gives up her dead When the skies of November turn gloomy With a load of iron ore twenty-six thousand tons more Than the Edmund Fitzgerald weighed empty. That good ship and crew was a bone to be chewed When the gales of November came early.
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Ski instructors, Don Powers and Trodd Fortna, clowning around during the 1950s
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Ed Eaton, the Kandahar Race Commissioner, gets the joke as Vermont Governor, Phil Hoff presents a prize to veteran Tony Hyde at the 1966 Kandahar Race
  • Wright, Wesley (2004-07-08
      The Friday Ski Club meets every Friday during the winter to thrash the slopes, trails, and woods of Vermont's highest peaks. This video is a compendium of highlights from the 2003-2004 season. Featurning Wesley Wright, Jame Clapp, Scott Danis, Kris Francis, and members of the SkiVt-L Virtual Vermont Ski Club.
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      George Neill stands in front of the plaque honoring his 40 years of service to Mad River Glen. George worked on the construction of the Single Chair and unloaded the dignitaries on opening day in 1948.
  • Gould, Thomas Ridgeway (2004-10-12
      Relief sculpture of white marble
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Guy Livingston, one of Mad River’s true “real Vermonters”, was a fixture on top of the Single Chair for many year
  • Wright, Wesley (2004-09-16
      Hanson Spyder ski boots, circa 1984. Rear entry performance/race boots, hand decorated bythe woner and autographed by Steve Mahre
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Henry Perkins WAS the Mad River office staff before moving over to Sugarbush with Jack Murphy. He also founded and owned The Perkins’ Ski Lodge, now the Millbrook Inn.
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Mad River’s Ski Patrol Leaded, Howard Carr, made the cover of the Skiing Magazine in 1962
  • unknown (2004-02-02
      Former Mad River Glen owner Betsy Pratt skiing in the early 1980s. This photo was used for several years in various marketing materials.
  • Unknown author (2005-03-17
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