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Witkind, Irving Jerome

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Index card: General view of the zone of dead pine needles formed when Earthquake Lake was at a former higher level. Small building that has been inundated now shows along the lake shore. Hebgen Lake earthquake, Montana. August 1959.
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Index card: Same view as in photo no. 83 (wij00083_ct) but closer to the edge of the slump, showing the main residence of Hilgard Lodge almost wholly submerged in the lake. View is northwestward. Hebgen Lake earthquake, Gallatin County, Montana. August 1979.
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Index card: A small buckled fence along Montana State Highway 499 (former State Highway 287). A small earth slump from hill showing on the right of the photo compressed the fence and buckled it. Hebgen Lake to the left of the photograph just beyond the fields. Madison Range in the background. Hebgen Lake earthquake. Gallatin County, Montana. August 1959,
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Index card: Red Canyon fault scarp along the south flank of Kirkwood Ridge. View is northwestward. Note the way the fault scarp moves up the slope of the hill shown on the left side of photo as it outlines the colluvial debris. Red band along crest of ridge is the Amsden Formation. Hebgen Lake earthquake, Gallatin County, Montana. August 1959.
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