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Views of sandstones of the Lewisville member of the Woodbine formation: Friable brown ferruginous sandstone of the Lewisville member in branch of Sandy Creek, north of Sadler; contains abundant prints of fossils (locality 132).

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Date Taken
1952

Summary

Views of sandstones of the Lewisville member of the Woodbine formation: Friable brown ferruginous sandstone of the Lewisville member in branch of Sandy Creek, north of Sadler; contains abundant prints of fossils (locality 132). Grayson County, Texas. Plate 5-D, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 242. 1952.

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name photoLibrary slw01619
number photoLibrary 32648
batch photoLibrary btch304
number_in_book photoLibrary 1619

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