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'Ski', published in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1950.
Found here.

'Ski', published in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1950.

Found here.

Travel poster for Alitalia featuring ski pioneer, instructor and Hall of Famer Walter Foeger.

Travel poster for Alitalia featuring ski pioneer, instructor and Hall of Famer Walter Foeger.

Vogue pattern for anorak, late 1950s.

Vogue pattern for anorak, late 1950s.

Two ladies skiing at Mount Baker in Washington State, 1937.

Two ladies skiing at Mount Baker in Washington State, 1937.

Zürs Ski Resort in Voralberg, Switzerland photographed on Kodachrome film, April 1956.

Zürs Ski Resort in Voralberg, Switzerland photographed on Kodachrome film, April 1956.

Savoie, France, 1936.

Savoie, France, 1936.

Travel poster for Kreuzeck ski area, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. Illustration by Plenert, 1935.

Travel poster for Kreuzeck ski area, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. Illustration by Plenert, 1935.

Foundering in soft snow: Bowers' sledge team; Wilson pushing; Oates and PO Evans repairing. Beardmore Glacier, Antarctica.
Photo by Captain Robert Falcon Scott, December 1911, on the Terra Nova Expedition.
More information about Scott’s photos here.

Foundering in soft snow: Bowers' sledge team; Wilson pushing; Oates and PO Evans repairing. Beardmore Glacier, Antarctica.

Photo by Captain Robert Falcon Scott, December 1911, on the Terra Nova Expedition.

More information about Scott’s photos here.

Ski jumpers at Empire Stadium, Vancouver, 1958. 
Photo by Leslie Frederick Sheraton (Nov. 16, 1906 - July 6,1978). 
Sheraton was a Vancouver photographer. He was born in Hull, England and immigrated to Canada in 1910.
 After arriving in Canada the Sheraton family settled near Calgary, Alberta. Sheraton served with the Royal Canadian Navy from July 1942 to November 1945. He married Eileen Margaret Wood of Edmonton, Alberta, on April 15, 1944 in Vancouver, British Columbia. The young couple moved to Vancouver shortly after and had one son, Donald Frederick Sheraton on August 29, 1946. Leslie’s professional life was in sales and he was co-owner of a photographic supply shop in Vancouver. He was an avid and accomplished photographer and photographed sites in British Columbia, Alberta, California, Nevada, and Hawaii on regular travels with his family. Sheraton was also an experienced carpenter and boating enthusiast.

Ski jumpers at Empire Stadium, Vancouver, 1958. 

Photo by Leslie Frederick Sheraton (Nov. 16, 1906 - July 6,1978). 

Sheraton was a Vancouver photographer. He was born in Hull, England and immigrated to Canada in 1910.
 After arriving in Canada the Sheraton family settled near Calgary, Alberta. Sheraton served with the Royal Canadian Navy from July 1942 to November 1945. He married Eileen Margaret Wood of Edmonton, Alberta, on April 15, 1944 in Vancouver, British Columbia. The young couple moved to Vancouver shortly after and had one son, Donald Frederick Sheraton on August 29, 1946. Leslie’s professional life was in sales and he was co-owner of a photographic supply shop in Vancouver. He was an avid and accomplished photographer and photographed sites in British Columbia, Alberta, California, Nevada, and Hawaii on regular travels with his family. Sheraton was also an experienced carpenter and boating enthusiast.

Cover of the November 1947 issue of Glamour Magazine, photographed by Serge Balkin.

Cover of the November 1947 issue of Glamour Magazine, photographed by Serge Balkin.

Cover of the January 18, 1947 issue of Collier’s Magazine. Illustrated by Jon Whitcomb.

Cover of the January 18, 1947 issue of Collier’s Magazine. Illustrated by Jon Whitcomb.

Antarctica.
Photograph by Herbert Ponting whilst on the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910-13.

Antarctica.

Photograph by Herbert Ponting whilst on the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910-13.

An illustration from the 1967 children’s book Buford the Little Bighorn, written and illustrated by the great Bill Peet.
Before he did children’s books, Peet was a story writer and sketch artist at the Walt Disney studios, starting in 1937 when he worked on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs until 1967 when he worked on The Jungle Book. His autobiography has some interesting revelations about his years working at Disney, “a brutal place, rife with rivalries and jealousy.”

An illustration from the 1967 children’s book Buford the Little Bighorn, written and illustrated by the great Bill Peet.

Before he did children’s books, Peet was a story writer and sketch artist at the Walt Disney studios, starting in 1937 when he worked on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs until 1967 when he worked on The Jungle Book. His autobiography has some interesting revelations about his years working at Disney, “a brutal place, rife with rivalries and jealousy.”