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Album caption: View down Diamond Creek. Wanrhodes Canyon enters from right in foreground and Little Diamond enters from right a short distance farther downstream. High peak in right center is Spanish Fork Peak. Year, 1937. Utah County, Utah. Index card: View down Diamond Creek. Note: Panorama with baa00580, baa00581, and baa00582.
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Album caption: North Horn formation resting on Navajo sandstone on southeast side of Diamond Creek near mouth. Year, 1937. Utah Co., Utah. Index card: North Horn fm. on Navajo ss.
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Album caption: East side of Monks Hollow (across Diamond Fork from Red Hollow), Twin Creek, Entrada (?), Morrison, and Cretaceous Indianola (?) are beveled by the Prince River conglomerate which caps the high hills. Year, 1937. Utah Co., Utah. Index card: East side of Monks Hollow. Note: Panorama with baa00602, baa00603, baa00604, and baa00605.
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Album caption: Landslide of tuffs on south side of Diamond Fork in the Southwest quarter of Section 10, Township 9 South, Range 4 East. Year, 1937. Utah County, Utah. Index card: Landslide of tuffs S. side Diamond Fork.
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Album caption: East side of Red Hollow, with Diamond Creek at right. Price River conglomerate dipping steeply toward the east forms crest of ridge. The Price River unconformably overlies older rocks and bevels the Twin Creek limestone (light colored bands) and the underlying Navajo sandstone. The Ankareh formation crops out in upper Red Hollow and the Thaynee forms dip slopes in the distance at the extreme left. Year, 1937. Utah County, Utah. Index card: East side of Red Hollow; Diamond Creek at right. Note: Panorama with baa00575, baa00576, and baa00577.
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Album caption: Flagstaff limestone over North Horn formation on Northeast side of Sawmill Hollow opposite Mollie's Nipple. A thin Flagstaff-like limestone is present in the North Horn formation. Year, 1937. Utah Co., Utah. Index card: Flagstaff ls. on North Horn fm. N.E. side Sawmill Hollow. Note: Panorama with baa00600.
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Album caption: East side of Monks Hollow (across Diamond Fork from Red Hollow), Twin Creek, Entrada (?), Morrison, and Cretaceous Indianola (?) are beveled by the Prince River conglomerate which caps the high hills. Year, 1937. Utah Co., Utah. Index card: East side of Monks Hollow. Note: Panorama with baa00602, baa00604, baa00605, and baa00606.
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Morrison formation at Navajo Church, shows the banded sandstone in the lower part of the Morrison formation resting upon the Todilto limestone member, which overlies the Wingate sandstone. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1928. Plate 25-A, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 183. 1936.
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Album caption: View down Diamond Creek. Wanrhodes Canyon enters from right in foreground and Little Diamond enters from right a short distance farther downstream. High peak in right center is Spanish Fork Peak. Year, 1937. Utah County, Utah. Index card: View down Diamond Creek. Note: Panorama with baa00581, baa00582, and baa00583.
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Album caption: East side of Monks Hollow (across Diamond Fork from Red Hollow), Twin Creek, Entrada (?), Morrison, and Cretaceous Indianola (?) are beveled by the Prince River conglomerate which caps the high hills. Year, 1937. Utah Co., Utah. Index card: East side of Monks Hollow. Note: Panorama with baa602, baa603, baa604, and baa606.
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A thin lens of limestone near the top of the Navajo sandstone in the Green River desert; locality 3 miles northeast of the junction of the Spur and Trail Spring Forks of the Horseshoe Canyon. The Carmel formation crops out on the broad bench and the Entrada sandstone forms of the cliffs in the background. Wayne County, Utah. 1931. Plate 11-A, in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 183. 1936.
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Ledge of massive sandstone in the Carmel formation bout 150 feet above the base: on the Paria River 6 miles below Cannonville. Kane County, Utah. 1930. Plate 16-A, in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 183. 1936.
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Album caption: Outcrop of tuffs in Wanrhodes Creek in the SE quarter if Sec. 12, Township 8 south, Range 4 East. (Year, 1937). Utah Co., Utah. Index card: Twin Creek overlying Navajo sandstone at Thistle.
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Album caption: Junction of Sixth Water and Diamond Creeks. The canyon is out in the Price River conglomerate. Year, 1937. Utah Co., Utah. Index card: Junction of Sixth Water and Diamond Creeks. Note: Panorama with baa00619.
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Water laid bed of nodular weathering silty red sandstone near the top of the Navajo sandstone; locality is 15 miles southeast of Moab, at the southeast corner of sec. 11, T. 28 S., R. 22 E. San Juan County, Utah. 1926. Plate 15-A, U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 183. 1936.
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Irregular contact between the Carmel formation and overlying Entrada sandstone, on the San Rafael River in sec. 14, T. 24 S., R. 15 E. Emery County, Utah. 1930. Plate 16-B, in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 183. 1936.
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Album caption: West across Dip Vat Canyon from south-central part of sec. 27, T. 7 S., R. 6 E., showing gray white series of beds in the lower beds in lower part of the Uintah. Two Tom Hill at extreme left and Provo Peaks in the distance. 1938. Index card: Pan. west across Dip Vat Canyon. Note: Panorama with baa00643.
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Album caption: Outcrop of lower part of lower part of sandstone (Diamond Creek Sandstone) below Park City limestone on east side of Little Diamond Creek in west-central part of sec. 22. T. 8 S., R. 4 E. 1938. Utah Co., Utah. Index card: Another view of Diamond Creek sandstone.
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Navajo Church, shows the cross-bedded sandstone in the upper part of the Morrison formation. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1928. Plate 25-B, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 183. 1936.
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Banded shale in the upper part of the Morrison formation, 13 miles southwest of Green River, along the road from Green River to Hanksville. The ledge at the top of the slope is formed by a bed of siliceous sandstone near the top of the formation. Emery County, Utah. 1930. Plate 23-C, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 183. 1936.


map background search result map search result map Water laid bed of nodular weathering silty red sandstone near the top of the Navajo sandstone. San Juan County, Utah. 1926. Morrison formation at Navajo Church. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1928. Navajo Church, shows the cross-bedded sandstone in the upper part of the Morrison formation.  McKinley County, New Mexico. 1928. Ledge of massive sandstone in the Carmel formation about 150 feet above the base. Kane County, Utah. 1930 Banded shale in the upper part of the Morrison formation.  Emery County, Utah. 1930. Irregular contact between the Carmel formation and overlying Entrada sandstone, on the San Rafael River. Emery County,  Utah. 1930. A thin lens of limestone near the top of the Navajo sandstone in the Green River desert.  Wayne County, Utah. 1931. East side of Red Hollow, with Diamond Creek at right. Utah County, Utah. 1937. View down Diamond Creek. Utah County, Utah. 1937. View down Diamond Creek. Utah County, Utah. 1937. Outcrop of tuffs in Wanrhodes Creek. Utah County, Utah. 1937. Flagstaff limestone overlying North Horn formation on northeast side of Sawmill Hollow. Utah County, Utah. 1937. East side of Monks Hollow. Utah County, Utah. 1937. East side of Monks Hollow. Utah County, Utah. 1937. East side of Monks Hollow. Utah County, Utah. 1937. Landslide of tuffs on southside of Diamond Fork. Utah County, Utah. 1937. North Horn formation on Navajo sandstone. Utah County, Utah. 1937. Junction of Sixth Water and Diamond Creeks. Utah County, Utah. 1937. Panorama west across Dip Vat Canyon. Utah County, Utah. 1938. View of outcrop of Diamond Creek sandstone. Utah County, Utah. 1938. Ledge of massive sandstone in the Carmel formation about 150 feet above the base. Kane County, Utah. 1930 Banded shale in the upper part of the Morrison formation.  Emery County, Utah. 1930. Irregular contact between the Carmel formation and overlying Entrada sandstone, on the San Rafael River. Emery County,  Utah. 1930. Morrison formation at Navajo Church. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1928. Navajo Church, shows the cross-bedded sandstone in the upper part of the Morrison formation.  McKinley County, New Mexico. 1928. Water laid bed of nodular weathering silty red sandstone near the top of the Navajo sandstone. San Juan County, Utah. 1926. A thin lens of limestone near the top of the Navajo sandstone in the Green River desert.  Wayne County, Utah. 1931. East side of Red Hollow, with Diamond Creek at right. Utah County, Utah. 1937. View down Diamond Creek. Utah County, Utah. 1937. View down Diamond Creek. Utah County, Utah. 1937. Outcrop of tuffs in Wanrhodes Creek. Utah County, Utah. 1937. Flagstaff limestone overlying North Horn formation on northeast side of Sawmill Hollow. Utah County, Utah. 1937. East side of Monks Hollow. Utah County, Utah. 1937. East side of Monks Hollow. Utah County, Utah. 1937. East side of Monks Hollow. Utah County, Utah. 1937. Landslide of tuffs on southside of Diamond Fork. Utah County, Utah. 1937. North Horn formation on Navajo sandstone. Utah County, Utah. 1937. Junction of Sixth Water and Diamond Creeks. Utah County, Utah. 1937. Panorama west across Dip Vat Canyon. Utah County, Utah. 1938. View of outcrop of Diamond Creek sandstone. Utah County, Utah. 1938.