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Alfred "Al" Damon Lindley (January 20, 1904 – February 22, 1951) was an American lawyer and sportsman. He participated in a wide variety of sports, including rowing (where he won the gold medal in the eights in the 1924 Summer Olympics), skiing (in which he competed at the 1936 Winter Olympics) and mountaineering (in which his achievements included the second ascent of Denali). He was also politically active as a supporter of Harold Stassen and a candidate for several offices himself. He died in an airplane crash in 1951.
- "Al Lindley". databaseOlympics.com. Retrieved 2008-08-30.
- Kaufman, Andrew J.; Puttnam, William L. (1992). K2: The 1939 Tragedy. Mountaineers Books. p. 169. ISBN 978-0-89886-323-9.
- Burde, John H.; George A. Feldhame (2005). Mammals of the National Parks. JHU Press. p. 25. ISBN 978-0-8018-8097-1.
- "Births and deaths". Time. March 5, 1951. Retrieved 2008-08-30.
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