Bonnie Speyer Carluccio papers, 1864-1959 PDF
- Carluccio, Bonnie Speyer
- Bonnie Speyer Carluccio papers
- 1864-1959 (inclusive)18641959
- 3 linear feet
- Collection Number
- The Bonnie Speyer Carluccio papers (1864-1959) consist of memorabilia from the Speyer family and Bonnie's sporting activities as a young person growing up in Alta, Utah. The Collection is comprised of two sport scrapbooks of news articles, several folders of news clippings, a racer's seed number from the Junior National Olympics held in Reno, Nevada, and an Intermountain Professional Ski Instructor of America pin.
- University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
- Access Restrictions
Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.
Historical NoteReturn to Top
As a teenager, Bonnie Speyer became a prominent alpine ski racer in the Intermountain Division of the Junior National Ski Association. She was also a ski racer on the University of Utah Woman's Ski Team (1958). Her father, Fred Speyer, was a stockholder in and manager of the ski lifts at the Alta Ski Resort.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
The Bonnie Speyer Carluccio papers (1864-1959) consist of memorabilia from the Speyer family and Bonnie's sporting activities as a young person growing up in Alta, Utah. The Collection is comprised of two sport scrapbooks of news articles, several folders of news clippings, a racer's seed number from the Junior National Olympics held in Reno, Nevada, and an Intermountain Professional Ski Instructor of America pin.
Use of the CollectionReturn to Top
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Initial Citation: Bonnie Speyer Carluccio papers, Accn 1469, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Following Citations: Accn 1469.
Administrative InformationReturn to Top
Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top
Family and Ski MaterialsReturn to Top
Ski Cup Races
Folder 1 holds news articles publicizing the events and providing results for the following 1957 Ski Cup Races: the annual high school Knutson Cup Race held on Mt. Millicent, Brighton, sponsored by the Brighton Ski Club; the second annual Majestic Cup Ski Race held on Majestic Mountain, Brighton, sponsored by the Usquebaugh Ski Club; and the Salt Lake Tribune Annual Invitational Junior Giant Slalom, sponsored by the Salt Lake Tribune, and held on Mt. Millicent, Brighton. Folder 2 contains information on the 1957 and 1958 Snow Cup Race held at Alta, Utah, sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Salt Lake City; and the Intermountain Junior Downhill Race held at Snow Basin Ski Area, Ogden, Utah, sponsored by the Snow Basin Ski Club.
University of Utah Women's Ski Team
Memorabilia and news clippings from Intermountain Intercollegiate Ski Meets in February 1958 at the University of Colorado, Winter Park, Colorado and University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada.
Two articles from Ski Magazine (March 1957), entitled "The New Way," by Brooks Dodge, and "Principles & Techniques of Skiing Slalom Combinations," by George Joubert and Jean Vuarnet; several news articles about skiing events; a page from Intermountain Skiing Newspaper (November 1, 1957); and a ski trail map of Ajax Mountain in Aspen, Colorado.
Historic Alta, Early Skiing at Alta, and Fred Speyer
Photographs and news clippings from Salt Lake City newspapers promoting skiing in the mountains near Salt Lake City, Utah (ca. 1937); post-Second World War news articles on Alta skiing (ca. 1948); news articles on the construction of the Germania Pass lift (ca. 1954); Fred Speyer's retirement as lift manager of the Alta Ski Area; and several articles on the mining history of Alta (ca. 1878).
Utah State Women's Golf Tournament
News articles on Utah State Women's Golf Tournament held at Fort Douglas Country Club in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Family River Trips
News clippings on river trips taken on the Yampa River in Colorado in May 1954; and the Snake River in Hells Canyon, Idaho. An article entitled "Surveying the Grand Canyon of the Colorado" from The National Geographic Magazine, May 1924, by Lewis R. Freeman.
"Reminiscences About the Early Days of Alta Skiing," Carol Speyer
Oversize MaterialsReturn to Top
Scrapbooks and Memorabilia
These boxes contains two scrapbooks of news clippings covering the Junior National Intermountain Racing Circuit from 1954 through 1958. Bonnie Speyer Carluccio's racing seed number "158" from the Junior National Olympics, an Intermountain Professional Ski Instructor of America pin, and a small box of medals and ribbons are also included.
Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Subject Terms :
- Ski resorts--Utah--Alberta--History--Sources
- Skis and skiing--Utah--History--Sources
- Personal Names :
- Carluccio, Bonnie Speyer--Archives
- Speyer, Fred
- Geographical Names :
- Alta (Utah)--History--Sources
- Hells Canyon National Recreation Area (Or. and Idaho)
- Yampa River (Colo.)
- Form or Genre Terms :