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Billy Mahoney describes life in Telluride, Colorado in 1932. He speaks of the first ever ski lift and skiing, also starting his mining career at age 15.
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The first ever ski report for the Telluride Ski Resort! Dated 11/29/1975. Weekend only operations, at that time, until December, and then opened every day. Then, George Faulkner retracts the earlier policy, to be opened weekends only, and states the decision will be made the following week.
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Anne Savoth describes the first ski school/clinics designed to help Telluride residents improve their skiing skills. She also discusses ski racing clinics. The date of this recording is either 1978 or 1979. Length is about 6 minutes.
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Billy Mahoney describes the ski races in the 1930's, ski clubs, and a story of trying to ski off a rock (unsuccessfully).
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From November of 1978, this is Sherry Annes discussing the Telluride ski area liability for injured skiers. Who's responsible for these types of injuries? The recording is about 2 minutes, 30 seconds long.
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John Lifton-Zoline is interviewed by Esther White about how the Telluride ski season went for 1978. John mentions there were 1400 skiers on the mountain, the most successful season thus far.