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Parent Organization: United States Department of the Interior
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Album caption: Type A current meters. Pygmy current meter, miniature current meter. Also No. 682 of Water Resources Instruments Album. No index card.
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Album caption: View northward up Zion Canyon, south western Utah. From base of rock cliffs on east wall 700 feel above the canyon bottom, about two miles above Springdale. Washington County, Utah. Index card: View N. up Zion Canyon (Scenic). Zion National Park. 1910. See also anr00241 and anr00242.
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Samarskite. Pen for scale. Mineral collection of Brigham Young University Department of Geology, Provo, Utah. Photograph by Andrew Silver. BYU index 4-8030b, (FeYU)_2(NbTiTa)_2O_7. This image is in the public domain pursuant to an agreement dated August 10, between Peter J. Modreski, USGS Communications and Outreach, and the Brigham Young University (BYU) Geology Department. Please credit the Brigham Young University Geology Department and the individual photographer.
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North end of Sage Creek anticline as seen from the high knob in SW1/4, Sec. 14, T. 5 N., R. 88W. The unsymmetrical shape of the anticline is clearly brought out in this view, the rocks having a dip on the west flank of about 45 degrees and only 6 or 8 degrees on the east flank. Routt County, Colorado. 1926.
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Album caption: Geo. R. Davis, Topographer on summit of Mount Whitney, California, 1905, Mount Whitney quadrangle, picutre by F. Ryan. Index card: Topographer triangulating from Mt. Whitney. Inyo County, California. 1905.
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