Skiing

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Object id: 
LF.04055

Black and white image of members of the Landauer family, on skis, posing in front of a ski chalet.

Date: 
[1930]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
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Object id: 
LF.04054

Black and white image of Otto Landauer on skis, posing atop a ski hill, with snow capped craggy mountains in background.

Date: 
[1930]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
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Object id: 
LF.04037

Black and white silhouetted image of a single alpine skier descending a mountain with existing ski tracks to the left and power rising behind.

Date: 
[1930]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
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Object id: 
LF.04036

Black and white image of five alpine skiers traveling downhill with powder rising behind them.

Date: 
[1930]
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
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Object id: 
LF.04024

Colour photograph of Otto Landauer lying on a sled after a skiing accident in Garibaldi Park; a man stands beside Otto Landauer to escort him to safety. Skis and ski poles are struck into the snow in the background of the photograph.

Date: 
April 9, 1950
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
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Object id: 
LF.04023

Colour landscape photograph of Garabaldi Provincial Park; Otto Landauer escorted by men uphill after Landauer's skiing accident.

Date: 
April 9, 1950
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
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Object id: 
LF.03878

Four black and white images of a Otto Landauer in a photo for the Manner Turn-Verein, or Men's Athletic/Gymnastic Club of Munich.

Date: 
August 8, 1928
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara
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Object id: 
LF.03876

Black and white image on postcard addressed to M. Fernand Despond, of the Diavolezza Hut at Piz Palu summit in Switzerland. While living in Switzerland, Landauer's sister Hansi and her husband Erwin Danziger had rented a flat from M. Despond.

Inscription on verso of card reads "Dear friend, Do you know any one of this 5 persons? I hope so! There was a lovely day when we took our lunch at the famous Diavolezza hut (3000m) In the background you see the Piz Palu. Kindest regards Always yours Otto Landauer."

Date: 
March 27, 1939
Source: 
Landauer, Barbara