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Kings Canyon National Park, California. South from a granite hill near the outlet of Evolution Lake (altitude 10,990 feet).

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1921

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Kings Canyon National Park, California. South from a granite hill near the outlet of Evolution Lake (altitude 10,990 feet). At the left is the flank of the sharp-crested ridge bearing Mount Darwin and Mount Wallace (photos mfe00567 and mfe0568). The conical peak in the center is Mount Spencer. At the right is a glaciated ridge that separates Evolution Basin from the head of Evolution Valley below (photos mfe00565 and mfe00566). 1921. Figure 23, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 329. Photos mfe00565, mfe00566, mfe00567, and mfe00568 form a panorama.

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name photoLibrary mfe00568
number photoLibrary 24213
batch photoLibrary batch25
number_in_book photoLibrary 568

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