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Handwritten notes on album caption: S.J. Kubel, H.G. Kubel. 02/02/1917. Note: In 1917, the USGS offices were located in the Adams Building, 1333-1335 F. Street, NW, Washington, D.C.
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Album caption and index card: Showing the terminus of the Mer de Glace Glacier, Chamouni Valley, Switzerland-France; also showing the terminal and lateral moraines about the lower end of the glacier. n.d.
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Album caption and index card: Chamouni Valley, showing the white milky water of the glacier streams. France-Switzerland. n.d.
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Slide information: Complied chiefly from maps of the U.S. Geological Survey Coast line from Coast and Geodetic Survey charts. Alfred H. Brooks, Geologist in charge. Division of Alaskan Mineral Resources.
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Album caption: Fording Klamath River, California, with mules; note Indian dug-out canoe, picture by L.F. Biggs, 1905; Lantern slide made March 1911. Handwritten notes on album caption: Hoopa quad, Siskiyou County. No index card
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Album caption: U.S. Geological Survey pack train near Swift Current Pass in Glacier National Park, Montana. Picture by R.H. Chapman (Chapman book, 124). (Lantern slide March 1, 1913). Handwritten notes on album caption: Chief Mt. quad., Mont. Also in San Francisco Exposition no. 6. No index card.
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Form a panorama of Miocene and Pliocene formations: sea cliff at Malaga Cove, (a) nonmarine terrace cover and dune sand (Pleistocene to Recent), (b) Repetto siltstone (lower Pliocene); (c) Malaga mudstone member of Monterey shale (upper Miocene); (d) Valmonte diatomite member of Monterey shale (upper Miocene). Los Angeles County, California. 1930. Plate 10-A, U.S.Geological Survey Professional Paper 207. 1946.
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Wasatch formation (cliffs) unconformably overlying the Kaiparowits Formation (slope). First known view of the bordering wall of the Pausaugunt Plateau. Considered by C.E. Button as typical of the Eocene and Upper Cretaceous sediments. Kane and Garfield Counties, Utah. n.d. (Photo by C.E. Button) Published as figure 24 in U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 226. 1951; heliotype 7 in U.S. Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region. Report on the geology of the high plateaus of Utah. 1880.
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Tangshan, China, Earthquake July 28, 1976. Devastation in Tangshan after the earthquake. A few tents and temporary shelters can be seen among the debris. Photo from Hebei Provincial Seismological Bureau, 1976. Page 103, Earthquake Information Bulletin, v.15, no.3.
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Fort Hall Indian Reservation. Same ledges as image 671, different view point. Ledges of Salt Lake formation along the Ross Fork road near the intersection of the boundaries of Bingham and Bannock Counties and the Fort Hall Indian Reservation. Paradise Valley quadrangle. Bannock County, Idaho. August 29, 1923.
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China Earthquake 1556. The Big Goose Pagoda in Sian lost its top but survived the earthquake that struck in 1556, when at least 820,000 people were killed. Damage to the corners of structure also resulted from earthquakes. Photo by R.M. Hamilton. Page 7, Earthquake Information Bulletin, v.7, no.6.
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Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, Earthquake February 3, 1931. Sailors searching the ruins of Napier after the earthquake. This was New Zealand's worst earthquake disaster; the death toll was 256. Pages 16-17, Earthquake Information Bulletin, v.9, no.5.
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Peru Earthquake October 3, 1974. This grain elevator complex in the port of Callao partially collapsed. 1974. Page 7, Earthquake Information Bulletin, v.7, no.2.
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Conglomerate and sandstone overlying thin-bedded shale in San Luis formation outcrops on north bank of Rio Yarayabo, 0.5 km. east of locality 90. Geology of South-central Oriente, Cuba. Oct. 1940-Oct. 1945. Published as Fig. 33, U.S.G.S. Bulletin 975-D. 1955.
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Death Valley National Park, California. Eureka Quartzite (0e) and overlying Ely Springs Dolomite (Oes) at the mouth of Little Bridge Canyon. The quartzite is much more crushed and granulated than the dolomite and, as a result, has been eroded to form the valley in the foreground. Carbonate formations form the ridges on either side. Circa 1960. Figure 27, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 494-A.
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Paunsaugunt fault at Findley Ranch. Fault follows west edge of upthrown block of Navajo sandstone capped by limestone of the Carmel formation (left sky line). West of it lie. Carmel, Entrada, and Curtis formations (left center). Displacement about 1,300 feet. Kane County, Utah. 1940. Published as figure 39 in U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 226. 1951.
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Down the Blackfoot River canyon from a point in sec. 10, T. 3 S., R. 38 E., Paradise Valley quadrangle; basalt overlies the Salt Lake formation, which shows (light color) in the middle distance. Bingham County, Idaho. August 1925. Figure 9, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional Paper 238. 1952.
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Chert-pebble conglomerate and tar sand within the Monterey formation, west of the mouth of Gaviota Creek, Santa Barbara County, California. 1931. Plate 18-B, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional Paper 212. 1943.
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Washington County, Utah. Timpoweap Canyon (Virgin River), Kaibab formation in bed of stream; conglomerate on rim, thin Kaibab; Timpoweap member of Moenkopi in cliffs. Year, 1937
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Peru Earthquake October 3, 1974. The walls of this reinforced concrete water tank located on the second floor of a building in Miraflores District collapsed. 1974. Page 4, Earthquake Information Bulletin, v.7, no.2.


map background search result map search result map Chert-pebble conglomerate and tar sand within the Monterey formation, west of the mouth of Gaviota Creek. Santa Barbara County, California. 1931. The walls of this reinforced concrete water tank located on the second floor of a building in Miraflores District collapsed. Peru Earthquake October 3, 1974. This grain elevator complex in the port of Callao partially collapsed. Peru Earthquake October 3, 1974. The Big Goose Pagoda in Sian lost its top but survived the earthquake that struck in 1556, when at least 820,000 people were killed. China Earthquake 1556. Sailors searching the ruins of Napier after the earthquake. Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, Earthquake February 3, 1931. Timpoweap Canyon (Virgin River), Kaibab formation in bed of stream. Washington County, Utah. 1937. Paunsaugunt fault at Findley Ranch. Kane County, Utah. 1940. Wasatch formation (cliffs) unconformably overlying the Kaiparowits Formation (slope). Kane and Garfield counties, Utah. No date. Eureka Quartzite (0e) and overlying Ely Springs Dolomite (Oes) at the mouth of Little Bridge Canyon. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. Down the Blackfoot River canyon from a point in sec. 10, T. 3 S., R. 38 E., Paradise Valley quadrangle. Bingham County, Idaho.1925. Conglomerate and sandstone overlying thin-bedded shale in San Luis formation outcrops on north bank of Rio Yarayabo. Oriente, Cuba. 1940. Fort Hall Indian Reservation. Bannock County, Idaho. 1923. Form a panorama of Miocene and Pliocene formations. Los Angeles County, California. 1930. Fording Klamath River with mules. California. 1905. U.S.G.S. pack train near Swift Current Pass, Glacier National Park, Montana. No date. Map of Arable land in Alaska. No date. USGS employees, Adams Building. Washington, D.C. 1917. U.S.G.S. pack train near Swift Current Pass, Glacier National Park, Montana. No date. USGS employees, Adams Building. Washington, D.C. 1917. Fort Hall Indian Reservation. Bannock County, Idaho. 1923. Down the Blackfoot River canyon from a point in sec. 10, T. 3 S., R. 38 E., Paradise Valley quadrangle. Bingham County, Idaho.1925. Chert-pebble conglomerate and tar sand within the Monterey formation, west of the mouth of Gaviota Creek. Santa Barbara County, California. 1931. Fording Klamath River with mules. California. 1905. Form a panorama of Miocene and Pliocene formations. Los Angeles County, California. 1930. Eureka Quartzite (0e) and overlying Ely Springs Dolomite (Oes) at the mouth of Little Bridge Canyon. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. Timpoweap Canyon (Virgin River), Kaibab formation in bed of stream. Washington County, Utah. 1937. Wasatch formation (cliffs) unconformably overlying the Kaiparowits Formation (slope). Kane and Garfield counties, Utah. No date. Conglomerate and sandstone overlying thin-bedded shale in San Luis formation outcrops on north bank of Rio Yarayabo. Oriente, Cuba. 1940. The walls of this reinforced concrete water tank located on the second floor of a building in Miraflores District collapsed. Peru Earthquake October 3, 1974. This grain elevator complex in the port of Callao partially collapsed. Peru Earthquake October 3, 1974. Map of Arable land in Alaska. No date. The Big Goose Pagoda in Sian lost its top but survived the earthquake that struck in 1556, when at least 820,000 people were killed. China Earthquake 1556. Sailors searching the ruins of Napier after the earthquake. Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, Earthquake February 3, 1931.