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The 1982 Canadian Everest Expedition Collection File
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Legal Agreements and Photo / Film Rights

File contains agreements regarding the ownership of the photographic of film documentation of the 1982 Canadian Everest expedition. Includes agreements between The Canadian Mount Everest Society and the following individuals/organizations: CanEverEx, expedition business manager John Amatt, the Calgary Herald and Southam News regarding publication rights for expedition coverage, and Programmed Communications Limited regarding a film, tape, and slides rights settlement. Materials are organized chronologically.

1983 Lecture Tour

File contains records related to the planning, budgeting, and execution of lecture tours and public appearances of the 1982 Canadian Expedition team. Includes lecture planning meeting minutes; agreement regarding rules for expedition member public appearances; outline of school tour presentation content; lecture series brochure content; correspondence with Teleglobe Canada regarding sponsorship of the speaking tour; and final lecture reports summarizing the tour bookings and income.

A/V Scripts

File contains Programmed Communications Limited's video script from the expedition's press reception at the Everest Sheraton in Toronto, July 15, 1982. Also includes a history of climbing Everest written by Alberta historian R.W. Sandford, and an outline for Pat Morrow's "Beyond Everest", a proposal for an interactive CD related to his 7 Summits project.

CanEverEx Photo File

File contains the roster for the Canadian and Sherpa team members of the 1982 Canadian Everest Expedition. Also includes 3 black and white photos of Mt. Everest taken by an unknown photographer, documents relating to Programmed Communication Limited's (PCL) implementation of a slide for the expedition, and correspondence between PCL and team member Don Serl.

Mountain Culture department Everest 1982 collection correspondence

File contains correspondence related to the transfer of Jim Muir's Everest 1982 records to the Banff Centre's Mountain Culture department. Includes printed emails between members of the department with the Jim Muir Estate regarding the transfer of the records and licensing requests for the video portion of the collection. Also includes some annotated descriptions of the collection's original box contents, an audio cassette of Muir describing the contents to then Mountain Culture director Bernadette McDonald, a typed copy of expedition base camp manager Peter Spear's "Everest Expedition Diary" and a copy of Travel Times' "Everest Special Souvenir Edition".

[Canadian Mount Everest Expedition] ‘82 Sponsors and Suppliers

File contains press releases from expedition sponsors Air Canada, Hitachi, the Sheraton Centre, and Teleglobe Canada; recollections from Teleglobe Canada regarding the expedition and satellite linkage of Mount Everest and Canada; Air Canada “Bon Voyage” party invitation; correspondence from Leica to John Amatt; list of official suppliers; tent inventory; list of food suppliers, list of equipment suppliers; copies of newsletters from Teleglobe Canada and the Sheraton Centre; and “Everest ‘82: Canadian Assault on Everest,” a 1982 Reader’s Digest special supplement with attached fold-out map on the Canadian Mount Everest Expedition.

Correspondence Regarding Use of Everest Photos

File includes agreement for Everest TV special; National Film Board of Canada Travelling Exhibitions Programme press release for “Everest ‘82: Photographs by Pat Morrow”; draft proposal for 1986 Molson Centennial with note from expedition member Bill March; handwritten notes on Everest slides catalog numbers; and correspondence regarding the following: the post-exhibition future of CanEverEx; outline of CanEverEx organization chart, the video production of “‘Everest’--The Canadian Challenge” ; CanEverEx board report; Everest expedition merchandising; notes from Pat Morrow on the Seven Summits project; expedition photo and slide requests; a Canadian Mount Everest Society proposal to fund the expedition's archives; Lloyd Gallagher's expedition slides; and the Air Canada Everest in-flight documentary.

Correspondence with Bobby Chettri, Everest ‘82 Agent in Nepal

File contains papers including correspondence between Jim Muir and Nepal-based Bobby Chettri regarding Nepal travel logistics for the team; logistics for a music composition created for the post-expedition film "Everest: The Dream, The Reality"; and correspondence regarding Chettri’s trekking company, Nepal Himal. The file also includes paper logo designs for Nepal Himal; photographs of Chettri’s 3 children; and receipts and check stubs for Muir’s expedition-related travel in 1982.

Miscellaneous Correspondence

File includes correspondence generated in relation to the organization and presentation of the expedition slide and photographic documentation. Includes correspondence from Jim Muir. Correspondents include; Jim Muir and CanEverEx, climber Chris Bonington, photograph administrator Lynn Huntley, and expedition members Steve Bezruchka, Al Burgess, Bill March, Pat Morrow, and Peter Spear. The file also includes one blank greeting card commemorating Canadian ascent of Everest with artwork by Brian Anderson; 2 greeting cards and 2 postcards from expedition members Jim Elzinga and Lloyd Gallagher; colour photograph of Teleglobe satellite dish; letter of thanks from Air Canada president Claude I. Taylor; and a proposal from John Amatt outlining The Adventure Group adventure specialist organization.

Canadian Mount Everest Society Report 81-82 / Expedition Permit Copy

File contains a paper copy of the Government of Nepal Expedition Permit for 1982 Canadian Everest Expedition; draft summary of Canadian Mt. Everest Expedition for the Canadian Alpine Club; 7 installments of “Altitude 29028” monthly bulletin of the expedition; Everest Canadian Expedition fact sheet, sheet of expedition vital statistics, bound copy of the Canadian Mount Everest Society Report 1981/82; program for the Canadian Sports Awards in Toronto, January 13, 1983.

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