The Alpine Mountain Club was originally formed as a ski club at the University of Utah by Psychology professor Dr. Ernst Beir in 1955. Photographs in the collection detail the various activities engaged in by the group such as skiing and mountain climbing. There are also several prints of group socials and some of the scenery encountered during the expeditions.
The Joe Coeburn digital photograph collection consists of a wide variety of images taken in Utah's tri-canyon area dating around the early 1900s. Images range from camp scenes, to construction of cabins and CCC camp laborers, to images of Alf Engen teaching skiing. None of the photographs were labeled, so identification in the following inventory is limited. The collection contains digital images only.