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Ann Brooks Carter, 94; mountaineer traveled globe

Mrs. Carter and her husband, H. Adams Carter, visited the White Mountains after their marriage in 1942. Mrs. Carter and her husband, H. Adams Carter, visited the White Mountains after their marriage in 1942.
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / January 4, 2012
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Ann Brooks Carter traveled to countries and continents around the world after marrying H. Adams Carter, who helped pioneer the sport of mountain climbing in the United States. They spent part of their first wedded winter braving the windblown snow of Mount Washington testing equipment for the Army. “I was no climber before our marriage in 1942 during World War II, but I was quickly indoctrinated,’’ she wrote for a collection of tributes to her late husband.

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