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Inventory of Items in the Leo Hall Collection, Geosciences Department, University of Massachusetts Amherst


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This inventory contains a listing of maps, field sheets, notes, papers, figures, pictures, teaching materials, books and other unpublished geologic materials contained in flat file drawers and file cabinets accumulated by Professor Leo Hall between about 1960 and 1983 in the Department of Geosciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. It contains primarily maps and field data from eastern New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts as well as many books, papers and teaching materials. The data set consists of an excel spreadsheet containing a comprehensive list of items contained in the Leo M. Hall Collection. The spreadsheet contains the collection Category (teaching material, manuscripts and notes, primary research, regional [...]

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Point of Contact :
Stephen Mabee
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Massachusetts Geological Survey

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“Leo Hall Collection”
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Material Request Instructions

The complete list of items in the collection can be viewed at:
To set up an appointment to view the collection, contact the Massachuetts Geological Survey at 413-545-4814 (alternate phone 413-545-2286) or by emailing


The intended purpose of this inventory is to simply describe and catalog what is contained in this collection and identify items that might need to be scanned and archived in the future.


There are no restrictions on the use of this data other than crediting the source of the material if used.


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This inventory represents maps, notes, teaching materials, books, papers, primary research materials and other unpublished geological materials accumulated by Dr. Leo Hall between about 1960 and 1983 while he was a professor of geology in the Department of Geosciences at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

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