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Left photo summary: Boulder Mountain and Glacier fill the frame. 1932. Photo by T. J. Hileman. Photo courtesy of Glacier National Park Archives. Right photo summary: Boulder Glacier, Glacier National Park, Montana. August 3, 2005. Photo by Greg Pederson. Glacier latitude: 48.956699 Glacier longitude: -114.089662 Photo Point latitude: 48.963079 Photo Point longitude: -114.079977 FYI: lat/longs may be pasted to the search bar in Google Earth to find the location.
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Album caption: Lime heap after burning. There is no sand in the area. The lime will be mixed with sascab, a local white earth, to make mortar. Although this lime can be used shortly after it has been slacked by rain or dew some masons prefer that it stand for a year. C.I.W. 1926.
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Left photo summary: Boulder Glacier with visitors observing ice cave, July 27, 1932. Photo courtesy of Glacier National Park Archives. Right photo summary: Boulder Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. 1988. Photo courtesy of University of Montana, K. Ross Toole Archives. Jerry DeSanto, photographer. Glacier latitude: 48.956699 Glacier longitude: -114.089662 Photo Point latitude: 48.958795 Photo Point longitude: -114.092059 FYI: lat/longs may be pasted to the search bar in Google Earth to find the location.
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Album Caption: Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho. North Crater basalt flow. Picture taken from the crater rim looking down into the crater where the flow (light gray) welled up from the vent and poured out away from the camera breaching the far wall and flowed away to the right, carrying large hunks of cinder from the crater wall. 1952. Arco, Butte County, Idaho.
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Album caption (56 and 57): El Caracol. The door at the base of the tower leads to a spiral stairway which ends at the window in the top. It is believed that observations were made through this window. C.I.W. March '23.
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Album caption: A resident of Chankom supposed to be pure Maya but the beard and features suggest that he is a Mestizo. G.C. Shattuck. 1929.
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Album caption: Shaft dug to expose the substructure of the Temple of the Chac Mool which was filled in in order to build the Temple of the Warriors. The stairway is not original. It was built to provide access to the excavated Temple of the Chac Mool. C.I.W. 1927.
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Album caption: Southwest corner of the Temple of the Chac Mool showing last increment of rubble fill. Traces of mural paintings are on the wall to the left. C.I.W. 1927.
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Summary of left photo: Josephine Lake, foreground and Grinnell Glacier, circa 1915. R. E. Marble, photographer. Courtesy of Glacier National Park Archives. Summary of right photo: Grinnell Glacier from footbridge at head of Lake Josephine, Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. Photo taken September 14, 2008 by Lisa A. McKeon, USGS. Glacier latitude: 48.750229 Glacier longitude: -113.725834 Photo Point latitude: 48.781864 Photo Point longitude: -113.669295 FYI: lat/longs may be pasted to the search bar in Google Earth to find the location.
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Album caption: Blocks of second sculptured band of pyramid, found in relative position and set back in place. C.I.W. 1926.
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Album caption: Ice work in mud on bank 7 ft. above river, on Goobic River, three miles above camp Aug. 15, looking S. 55 de. W. Alaska. n.d. No index card available.
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Album caption: El Caracol. The fallen section of the tower is on the left or east side. The restored section is to the right of the white line.
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Album caption: El Castillo, west side, before partial restoration by the Mexican Government. The high mound on the extreme left is the Temple of the Warriors. The Group of Thousand Columns is in the wooded area behind El Castillo. January 14, 1924.
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Summary: Grinnell Glacier from trail, Glacier National Park, MT, USA. September 20, 2016. Glacier latitude: 48.750229 Glacier longitude: -113.725834 Photo Point latitude: 48.773113 Photo Point longitude: -113.701501 FYI: lat/longs may be pasted to the search bar in Google Earth to find the location.
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Summary: Shepard Glacier, Glacier National Park, Montana. August 21, 2005. Glacier latitude: 48.864276 Glacier longitude: -113.858761 Photo Point latitude: 48.870185 Photo Point longitude: -113.835122 FYI: lat/longs may be pasted to the search bar in Google Earth to find the location.
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Album caption: The left side of the pediment of the column in the above photograph is shown here in more detail. A bird, crab, and turtle are carved in sharp relief. 1929.
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Album caption: A section of the sculptured wall of the ground room of the Temple of the Jaguars. 1929. Handwritten notes on album caption: Sculptured wall. Lower room. Temple of the Tigers.
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Album caption: El Castillo. All of the north side and one half of the east and west sides were restored by the Mexican Government. There are 91 steps in each stairway which total 364. The platform at the top makes 365 which is the number of days in the Maya year. There are 9 terraces. Nine is a sacred number to the Maya. C.I.W. 1929.
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Album caption: The north side of El Castillo. Restoration by the Mexican Government nearly complete. January 1929.


map background search result map search result map North Crater basalt flow, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Arco, Butte County, Idaho. 1952. Shepard Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. 2005. Boulder Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. Repeat photography. 2005. Boulder Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. Repeat Photography. 1988. Grinnell Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. 2016. Grinnelll Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. Repeat photography. 2008. Shaft dug to expose the substructure of the Temple of the Chac Mool which was filled in in order to build the Temple of the Warriors. Yucatan, Mexico. 1927. Southwest corner of the Temple of the Chac Mool showing last increment of rubble fill. Yucatan, Mexico. 1927. Blocks of second sculptured band of pyramid, found in relative position and set back in place. Yucatan, Mexico. 1926. Lime heap after burning. Yucatan, Mexico. 1926. The left side of the pediment of the column in the above photograph is shown here in more detail. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. A section of the sculptured wall of the ground room of the Temple of the Jaguars. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. Resident of Chankom. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. Restoration of El Castillo nearly complete. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. Restoration of El Castillo after the Mexican Government renovated the north side, and half of the east and west sides. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. Ice work in mud on bank above Goobic River. Alaska. n.d. El Castillo, west side, before partial restoration by the Mexican Government. Yucatan, Mexico. 1924. El Caracol. Yucatan, Mexico. 1923. View of the fallen east side section of El Caracol. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. Restored West Annex of El Caracol. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. North Crater basalt flow, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Arco, Butte County, Idaho. 1952. Shepard Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. 2005. Boulder Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. Repeat photography. 2005. Boulder Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. Repeat Photography. 1988. Grinnell Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. 2016. Grinnelll Glacier. Glacier National Park, Montana. Repeat photography. 2008. Shaft dug to expose the substructure of the Temple of the Chac Mool which was filled in in order to build the Temple of the Warriors. Yucatan, Mexico. 1927. Southwest corner of the Temple of the Chac Mool showing last increment of rubble fill. Yucatan, Mexico. 1927. Blocks of second sculptured band of pyramid, found in relative position and set back in place. Yucatan, Mexico. 1926. Lime heap after burning. Yucatan, Mexico. 1926. The left side of the pediment of the column in the above photograph is shown here in more detail. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. A section of the sculptured wall of the ground room of the Temple of the Jaguars. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. Resident of Chankom. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. Restoration of El Castillo nearly complete. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. Restoration of El Castillo after the Mexican Government renovated the north side, and half of the east and west sides. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. El Castillo, west side, before partial restoration by the Mexican Government. Yucatan, Mexico. 1924. El Caracol. Yucatan, Mexico. 1923. View of the fallen east side section of El Caracol. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. Restored West Annex of El Caracol. Yucatan, Mexico. 1929. Ice work in mud on bank above Goobic River. Alaska. n.d.