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Pictures from 10 Decades of Tucks

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Fresh tracks on a Tuckerman powder day.

Fresh tracks on a Tuckerman powder day.

The two-and-a-half-mile slog from Pinkham Notch has always been (and always will be?) one step at a time.

The two-and-a-half-mile slog from Pinkham Notch has always been (and always will be?) one step at a time.

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In 1966, the Forest Service used a nitrogen-gas-powered Avalauncher to loft explosive charges onto the steeps.

In 1966, the Forest Service used a nitrogen-gas-powered Avalauncher to loft explosive charges onto the steeps.

Tuckerman Ravine Shelter's fiery end in 1951.

Tuckerman Ravine Shelter’s fiery end in 1951.

Tuckerman Ravine Shelter (the original HoJo's, named for its resemblance to the roadside restaurants).

Tuckerman Ravine Shelter (the original HoJo’s, named for its resemblance to the roadside restaurants).

Joe Dodge's son Brooks displaying his uncommon grace on skis.

Joe Dodge’s son Brooks displaying his uncommon grace on skis.

Joe Dodge greeting visitors at Tuckerman Ravine Shelter.

Joe Dodge greeting visitors at Tuckerman Ravine Shelter.

Dartmouth racer Dick Durrance forerunning the 1934 Eastern Slalom Championship course.

Dartmouth racer Dick Durrance forerunning the 1934 Eastern Slalom Championship course.

Spring skiers arriving en masse at Pinkham Notch.

Spring skiers arriving en masse at Pinkham Notch.

Pinkham Notch hutmaster Joe Dodge near the summit on a 1926 trip.

Pinkham Notch hutmaster Joe Dodge near the summit on a 1926 trip.

Two early explorers, Robert Underhill (left) and Arthur Comey, at the Halfway House in November 1929.

Two early explorers, Robert Underhill (left) and Arthur Comey, at the Halfway House in November 1929.

Fred Harris (left) with schoolmate Carl Shumway at the summit in 1913.

Fred Harris (left) with schoolmate Carl Shumway at the summit in 1913.