1936 Mountaineers ski team at Mt Baker (L-R): Scott Osborn, Wolf Bauer, Bill Miller, Tom Hill, Don Blair (front). Photo by Robert H. Hayes.
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Articles (sorted by date, then author)
Trosper, Wendell, “An Attempt At Ptarmigan Ridge On Mount Rainier,” Mountaineer Annual, 1933, p. 4.
Bauer, Wolf, “The North Face Of Mount Rainier,” Mountaineer Annual, 1934, p. 3.
Grigg, N.W. and Arthur R. Winder, “The Lake Chelan Region,” Mountaineer Annual, 1934, p. 11.
Mountaineer Bulletins, November 1934 thru July 1936 (for climbing courses led by Wolf Bauer).
Darr, Everett L., “A Summit Of Challenge,” Mazama, 1935, p. 59.
Bauer, Wolf, “The Final Conquest,” Mountaineer Annual, 1935, p. 3.
Unknown author, “Mount Goode Conquered,” Mountaineer Bulletin, August 1936, p. 3.
MacGowan, George, “Goode Conquest,” Mountaineer Annual, 1936, p. 13.
Ulrichs, Hermann F., “The Cascade Range of Northern Washington,” American Alpine Journal, 1936, p. 462.
Mountaineer Bulletins, December 1936 thru December 1940 (for climbing courses after Wolf Bauer).
MacGowan, George, “Five Years of Climbing Classes,” Mountaineer Annual, 1939, p. 5.
Bauer, Wolf G., “Foldboating On Washington Waterways,” Seattle Times, Oct. 24, 1948, magazine p. 4.
Bauer, Wolf, “The First Year of the Mountaineering Development Group,” Mountaineer Annual, 1948, p. 39.
Bauer, Wolf, “Pacific Northwest Conference,” Mountaineer Annual, 1948, p. 40.
Patterson, Jacqui L., “Developments in Search and Rescue Equipment by the Mountain Rescue and Safety Council,” Mountaineer Annual, 1951, p. 13.
Bauer, Wolf G., “Can You Handle An Emergency?” Mountaineer Annual, 1952, p. 27.
Chalcraft, E.P., “Wolf Bauer Pioneer In Survival Methods,” Seattle P-I, April 1, 1953, p. 9.
Worden, William L., “The Man Who Rescues Mountain Climbers”, Saturday Evening Post, May 2, 1953, p. 17.
Daiber, Ome, “Mountain Rescue Council Undertakes Far Reaching Safety Program,” Mountaineer Annual, 1954, p. 38.
Scaylea, Josef, “Foldboating Fun and Thrills,” Seattle Times, September 9, 1956, pictorial p. 4.
Bauer, Wolf G., “Waterways Unlimited,” Northwest Boating World, June 1958, p. 7.
Spring, Bob and Ira, “Cowlitz Canyons: Foldboater’s Dream,” Seattle Times, Jul. 13, 1958, pictorial p. 4.
Bauer, Wolf, “Telemarks, Sitzmarks, and Other Early Impressions,” Mountaineer Annual 1963, p. 8.
Bauer, Wolf G., “Concept of River Wilderness,” The Wild Cascades, Oct-Nov, 1964, p. 12.
Bauer, Wolf, “Tomorrow’s Waterways: Legend or Legacy?”, Seattle P-I, Oct. 2, 1966, magazine p. 12.
Bauer, Wolf, “A Ribbon Of Wilderness In Our Midst,” Seattle Times, Nov. 13, 1966, magazine p. 10.
Bauer, Wolf, “Our Shoreline Heritage,” Seattle Times, Sep. 15, 1968, magazine p. 6.
Unknown author, “Climbers,” Mountaineer Annual, 1968, p. 49.
Hanley, Mary Lynn and Win Gentry, “Idealism Put to Work: A Portrait of Wolf Bauer,” Mountaineer Annual, 1980, p. 19.
Johnston, Greg, “Silver Mettle,” Seattle P-I, April, 18, 1994, page D1.
Unknown author, “Wolf Bauer, The Mountaineers’ Renaissance Man,” Mountaineer Bulletin, Spring 2000, p. 18.
Majors, Harry, “Re: Mox Peaks, Twin Spires,” posted on CascadeClimbers.com, September 19, 2003 (message #245587).
Seattle Mountain Rescue History
Bates, Malcolm S., Cascade Voices: Conversations With Washington Mountaineers, Cloudcap, Seattle, WA, 1992 (pp. 29-33).
Jones, Chris, Climbing In North America, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA, 1976 (p. 145).
Kjeldsen, Jim, The Mountaineers: A History, The Mountaineers, Seattle, WA, 1998 (pp. 50, 58, 81, 87, 103).
Manning, Harvey, REI: 50 Years of Climbing Together, Recreational Equipment, Inc., Seattle, WA, 1988 (p. 14).
Spring, Bob and Ira (text by Harvey Manning), High Worlds of the Mountain Climber, Superior, Seattle, WA, 1959 (pp. 42, 89).
Spring, Ira, An Ice Axe, a Camera, and a Jar of Peanut Butter, The Mountaineers, Seattle, WA, 1998 (pp. 100-105).

Interviews and Special Collections
Lloyd Anderson papers, University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections, Accession 2648.
Wolf Bauer papers, University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections, Accession 1669.
Bauer, Wolf, “Pioneering a New Sport: Early Club History,” 1999 (kayaking typescript, courtesy of the author).
Mountain Rescue Council Origins, Mountaineers History Committee files.
Wolf Bauer interview by Harry Majors, August 27, 1974, University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections, Accession 1669-2, Tape 182.
Wolf Bauer interview by Morris Moen, August 3, 1992, Mountaineers History Committee collection.
Wolf Bauer interview by Morris Moen, September 21, 1992, Mountaineers History Committee collection.
Wolf Bauer interview by Lowell Skoog, April 9, 2001. The author also attended Wolf’s Mountain Rescue Association talk at Alpental on June 22, 2001, and had several untaped conversations with him.
Geiger, Beth, “First Descents: Pioneers of Recreational Kayaking,” typescript of an article published in Canoe & Kayak in the late 1990s (courtesy of the author).
Hermann Ulrichs interview by Karyl Winn, July 3, 1973, University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections, Accession 2138, Tape 119.
Art Winder (et al) interview by Harry Majors and Karyl Winn, August 6, 1973, University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections, Accession 2161-001, Tape 716.
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