Collection Name: Inga Löwdins arkiv
Collection Description (from online finding aid): Freda Noble Wales was born 6 May 1920 in Montreal, Quebec, the daughter of Charles S. and Mabel (Bishop) Wales. She attended McGill University and graduated with a degree in physical education. She served in the Canadian Women's Army Corps during World War II and was raised to the rank of 2nd Lieutenant in 1944. Wales settled in Nova Scotia in 1947.
Collection Description (from online finding aid): Sir Arnold Lunn, a noted English writer, controversialist and Catholic apologist, is also recognized as the father of modern skiing. He was born in Madras, India, on April 18, 1888, where his father, Sir Henry Lunn was a medical missionary. Later, Sir Henry Lunn acquired several hotels in Switzerland, establishing himself in the travel business. Arnold Lunn's early contact with Switzerland developed into a life long love affair with the country that became his second home.
Ski Congress 2017
Collection name: The Vasaloppet Museum
Collection Name: Utah Ski Archives
Collection Description (from online finding aid): The Canada Winter Games was held in Saskatoon in 1971. The City was involved in the planning and financing of the Games, and in providing facilities.
Collection Name: Northwest College Women's Sports Association records, 1940-2013
Collection Description (from finding aid):
Collection Name: Nordic Voice Cross Country Ski Association Records, 1990-2013
The Nordic Voice Ski Association, Inc. was founded in 1992 by Ralph Mills. The organization existed for seventeen years and its accomplishments, primarily by volunteers, include marking and grooming trails for use in summer and winter, building yurts, creating message centers at Park N' Ski areas, and actively promoting cross-country ski interests and safety.
On behalf of Bernhard Tschofen: