Died in Oregon at the age 90. Cal was the wife of Slim Harris who had worked in the huts from the 20’s to the 40’s and together ran Zealand in 1945. She climbed Washington at the age of 85 and remained active with her White Mountain flowers interest. According to her son, she was […]
Ruth Prescott died in October 1992 in Centerville Mass. at age 84. Ruth and her husband Paul worked at Lonesome and had 3 children, Doug, Kenneth and Alan, all of whom worked in the huts.
Paul Prescott died in October 1992 in Centerville Mass. at age 85. Paul worked at Lonesome and had 3 children, Doug, Kenneth and Alan, all of whom worked in the huts. He was school principal in Barnstable and retired in 1972.
Bobbie Smith McKenzie died December 8 1991, of North Conway at age 78. She was the first “Hutman-F” and worked from 1937-1939 at Pinkham.
Al Sise died October 14, 1991, of a heart attack at Mary Hitchcock Hospital at the age of 84. He was preparing for another season of racing in an event that went from leather binding and soggy woolen pants to plastic and spandex in his lifetime. He was a member of the National Ski Hall […]
Clinton Prescott Glover, 80, outdoorsman and photographer, died peacefully at Pinkham July 29, 1991. He was educated in the Haverhill, MA schools and later attended the New England School of Art in Boston. In World War II he served in the 182nd Regimental Combat Team, M Company in the Soloman Islands on Guadicanal and Bougainville […]
Al Folger 1913-1991. No OH has been friend to more of our members in the last half-century than Alan B. Folger. He was employed by the First National Bank of Boston and served the AMC as Councillor of Trails. Al spent the summers of ’36 and ’37 as a crew member at Pinkham before an […]
Fred Coburn died March 14, 1991. He was the son of Arthur ‘Bud’ Coburn (Madison ’20-’21), the brother of Larry Coburn (Greenleaf ’52-’53) and father of John ‘Jay’ Coburn (Mizpah ’73).
Phil Smith died in November 1990 in York Maine. He worked at Lakes in 1937-38. He also worked on the summit one winter.
Ellis Burnett Jump died in a Portland Oregon hospital on September 19, 1990. He worked in the huts from ’30-’35, with a year off to run Moosilauke Summit Camp for the Dartmouth Outing Club. He established the anatomy department at the University of Oregon Dental School and was active in the American Friends Servive Committee […]