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Death Valley National Park, California. Shoreline of Death Valley lake, 200 feet above sea level and 450 feet above the floor of the valley, forms a horizontal terrace across the hill in the center. Circa 1960.

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1960

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Death Valley National Park, California. Shoreline of Death Valley lake, 200 feet above sea level and 450 feet above the floor of the valley, forms a horizontal terrace across the hill in the center. This locality is on the ridge of faulted gravels 1 mile north of the Park Service residential area. Circa 1960.

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U.S. Geological Survey
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Hunt, Charles Butler

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name photoLibrary hcb00949
number photoLibrary 17312
batch photoLibrary batch45
number_in_book photoLibrary 949

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