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(Panorama with photograph 175, jwh00175) Henrys Lake, a shallow body of water, about 3 by 2 miles in diameter, and full of small, scattered islands, and the source of Henrys Fork. It is well stocked with most excellent trout. At this point are four remarkable passes through the range, Tyghee and Red Rock, on the east and west; Raynolds, or the Madison, on the north; and Henrys Lake, on the south. Elevation of lake, 6,492 feet; Tyghee Pass, 7,063 feet; Red Rock Pass, 7,271 feet; Raynolds, 7,911 feet. The view is taken from the north, looking south, over Sawtell's ranch. Fremont County, Idaho. 1872. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer,...
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Album caption: The Three Tetons, from prominent standpoint, looking across the left-hand canyon of the West Teton River and over the broad snow-covered plateau, extending up to the foot of the Tetons. Lincoln County, Wyoming. 1872. Index card: Grand Teton National Park. Teton County, Wyoming. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1872 Series, page 41, Nos. 407, 408: A panoramic view in the Teton Range, from a point about seven miles west of them, including an angle of about 90 degrees. Elevation of stand-point, about 10,000 feet, and of the highest Teton, 13,858 feet.
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Figure 62-(f) caption: (l to r) Jack McCauley, Thor Karlstrom (standing), Bob Regan CBS assistant (unidentified) and Al Chidester in Branch Chief's office during Apollo 11 mission; USGS photo P860PR, FF769188PR. Published as Figure 062f USGS in Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure caption: Seismic shot carried out by the Branch's In Situ Geophysics group in Chezhin-Chotah Butte area during AAP Test 6. No index card. Published as Figure 42-G in U.S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure caption: Gyrocompass-powered navigational system installed on Explorer vehicle at Flagstaff in July 1968; View of gyroscope and other electronics that control navigation system; USGS photo P629f, F76843. No index card. Published as Figure 55-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Album caption and index card: Long's Peak from lower end of Estes Park. Rocky Mountain National Park. Boulder and Larimer Counties, Colorado. 1873. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1873 Series, page 62, nos. 4, 5: LONG'S PEAK, from lower end of Estes Park.
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Figure 92-(c) caption: Charles Duke (bending) looking at boulder; John Young standing holding Apollo pickup (clamp) and scoop geologic tools; NASA AP16-S71-59355. Published as Figure 092c in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Album caption: Mount St. Helens in eruption on May 18, 1980 showing the violence of the eruption in contrast with the quiet countryside, Mount Adams in background. Skamania County, Washington. Index card unavailable.
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Album caption: Aerial view of lava dome that developed in the crater of Mount St. Helens since the October 1980 eruption. The dome here is approximately 300 feet high and 800 feet across. Skamania County, Washington. January 7, 1981. ( Photo by Terry Leighley) Published on p. 98, upper photo, in U.S. Geological Survey. Earthquake information bulletin, v. 13,no.3. May–June 1981. Index card unavailable.
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Loma Prieta, California, earthquake. Geologist exchanging information with rescue personnel in Redwood Grove in the Santa Cruz Mountains, California. October 17, 1989. Slide X-1, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 90-547.
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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. Features of the Paunsaugunt Fault in Campbell Canyon. Tropic shale (right) abuts against the Wasatch Formation (left). Displacement is about 1,800 feet. 1940. Figure 38, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 226.
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Index card: Same view as in photo no. 83 (wij00083_ct) but closer to the edge of the slump, showing the main residence of Hilgard Lodge almost wholly submerged in the lake. View is northwestward. Hebgen Lake earthquake, Gallatin County, Montana. August 1979.
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Index card: The Red Canyon fault scarp where it cuts through Blarneystone Ranch. Downthrown block of ground shows on the left side of the photograph. The water which inundates the pasture land is from disrupted Grayling Creek. Relatively upthrown block of ground is on the right side of the photograph. The collapsed shed can be seen near the trees in the upper right corner of the picture. Hebgen Lake earthquake. Gallatin County, Montana. August 1959.
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Looking northwest across dam and Haiwee Reservoir, sec. 3, T. 21 S., R. 38 E. Inyo County, California. February 4, 1920.
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Album caption and index card: Collapsed culvert across Grayling Creek at Blarneystone Ranch. Montana earthquake area. Gallatin County, Montana. August 1959.
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Exposures of boulder bed member, a mile west of Housetop Mountain; knobs on hillside in middle distance are boulder of novaculite and of Pennsylvanian limestone; Caballos novaculite, Tesnus formation, Pennsylvanian limestone: diameter of each boulder given in feet (see published photo); sandstone and shales of Haymond formation underlying boulder bed member. Brewster County, Texas. June 1931. Plate 11-C, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 187. 1937.


map background search result map search result map Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. Features of the Paunsaugunt Fault in Campbell Canyon. Tropic shale (right) abuts against the Wasatch Formation (left). Mortar Geyser in Upper Geyser Basin in eruption. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. Rustic Falls at Glen Lake. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. circa 1890. Basalt cliff near Tower Falls. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. circa 1890. Tower Junction area, northeast view. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. ca. 1890. The Three Tetons, looking across the left-hand canyon of West Teton River. Lincoln County, Wyoming. 1872. Henrys Lake, a shallow body of water, about 3 by 2 miles in diameter, and full of small, scattered islands, and the source of Henrys Fork. Fremont County, Idaho, 1872. Longs Peak, viewed from the lower end of Estes Park. Rocky Mountain National Park, Boulder and Larimer Counties, Colorado.1873. Mount St. Helens showing the violence of the eruption in contrast with the quiet countryside, Mount Adams in background. Skamania County, Washington. 1980. Aerial view of lava dome that developed in the crater of Mount St. Helens. Skamania County, Washington. 1981. Seismic shot carried out by the Branch's In Situ Geophysics group. Chezhin-Chotah Butte area, Arizona. 1966. View of gyroscope and other electronics that control navigation system. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1968. Jack McCauley, Thor Karlstrom, Bob Regan, and Al Chidester in Branch Chief's office. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1969. Charles Duke looking at boulder; John Young standing holding Apollo pickup and scoop geologic tools. Coso Hills Naval Ordinance Test Range, California. 1971. Close-up of collapsed culvert across Grayling Creek at Blarneystone Ranch. Gallatin County, Montana. 1959. Dam and Haiwee Reservoir.  Inyo County, California. 1920. Red Canyon fault scarp where it cuts through Blarneystone Ranch. Hebgen Lake, Gallatin County, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Slump of former State Highway 287 into Hebgen Lake. Hebgen Lake, Gallatin County, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. Features of the Paunsaugunt Fault in Campbell Canyon. Tropic shale (right) abuts against the Wasatch Formation (left). Mount St. Helens showing the violence of the eruption in contrast with the quiet countryside, Mount Adams in background. Skamania County, Washington. 1980. Aerial view of lava dome that developed in the crater of Mount St. Helens. Skamania County, Washington. 1981. Henrys Lake, a shallow body of water, about 3 by 2 miles in diameter, and full of small, scattered islands, and the source of Henrys Fork. Fremont County, Idaho, 1872. Mortar Geyser in Upper Geyser Basin in eruption. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. Rustic Falls at Glen Lake. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. circa 1890. Basalt cliff near Tower Falls. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. circa 1890. Longs Peak, viewed from the lower end of Estes Park. Rocky Mountain National Park, Boulder and Larimer Counties, Colorado.1873. The Three Tetons, looking across the left-hand canyon of West Teton River. Lincoln County, Wyoming. 1872. Close-up of collapsed culvert across Grayling Creek at Blarneystone Ranch. Gallatin County, Montana. 1959. Red Canyon fault scarp where it cuts through Blarneystone Ranch. Hebgen Lake, Gallatin County, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Slump of former State Highway 287 into Hebgen Lake. Hebgen Lake, Gallatin County, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Dam and Haiwee Reservoir.  Inyo County, California. 1920. Tower Junction area, northeast view. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. ca. 1890. Seismic shot carried out by the Branch's In Situ Geophysics group. Chezhin-Chotah Butte area, Arizona. 1966. View of gyroscope and other electronics that control navigation system. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1968. Jack McCauley, Thor Karlstrom, Bob Regan, and Al Chidester in Branch Chief's office. Flagstaff, Arizona. 1969. Charles Duke looking at boulder; John Young standing holding Apollo pickup and scoop geologic tools. Coso Hills Naval Ordinance Test Range, California. 1971.