- The California Ski Library is...
- A unique collection of books, magazines, photographs, and ephemera related to all facets
and disciplines of skiing. The library is home to one of the most extensive collections of
ski books, magazines, photographs, and paper memorabilia in the United States. The photograph
collection includes a vast and broad range of photographs of American skiing from the
1930s to 2000s, including Sun Valley, Aspen, Squaw Valley, Mammoth Mountain, Yosemite,
Mount Hood, American ski jumping, and many California ski areas, large and small.
What's at the Ski Library:
Our book collection of more than 4000 volumes includes many books from around the globe, several
published in the early 20th century.
Thousands of photographs of prominent skiers, ski areas, and ski competitions throughout the United States.
Many rare and hard-to-find brochures and programs from all over the United States.
Ephemera includes original broadsides, catalogs, programs, documents, and other unique items.
Autographs and Ephemera
Several collections include signed books and correspondence from ski racers, writers, developers, and
other influential ski personalities.