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A butte or remnant of erosion of white river beds near Douglas, locally called The Chalk Rocks because of their light color.

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1922

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A butte or remnant of erosion of white river beds near Douglas, locally called The Chalk Rocks because of their light color. Central Wyoming. June 1922.

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U.S. Geological Survey
Photographer :
Lee, Willis Thomas

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name photoLibrary lwt02219
number photoLibrary 20943
batch photoLibrary btch527
number_in_book photoLibrary 2219

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