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Marshall Pass, viewed from the hills on the south. This pass was discovered in 1873, by Lt. William L. Marshall. Its striking feature is the lack of ruggedness that characterizes many of the other passes through the Rocky Mountains. Saguache County, Colorado. July 23, 1905. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 707, Plate 69-A. 1922.
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Sugar Loaf, as seen from the second ridge to the east, is a rhyolite plug cutting the Eureka rhyolite. Lake City quadrangle. Hinsdale County, Colorado. September 26, 1905. Published in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 258, figure 29. 1956.
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Album Caption: View from the north side Hensen Creek at 10,000 foot elevation, on the second ridge east of Sugarloaf, looking across Henson Creek at the mountain and glacial cirque at the head of T Gulch. Lake City quadrangle, Hinsdale County, Colorado. September 23, 1905. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 478, Plate 2-B. 1911.
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Album Caption: In Canyon of Animas River, opposite Ten Mile Creek, on the railroad track. Granite cut by veins of quartz, feldspar and biotite, coarse. Needle Mountains quadrangle, San Juan County, Colorado. October 10, 1900.
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Album Caption: Dolores Mountain from ridge north of Barnett Creek. Shows the Enterprise mine, etc. Deadwood Gulch on right. Narrow angle lens. Rico quadrangle, Dolores County, Colorado. October 1897. Published in U.S. Geological Survey 21st Annual Report, part 2, Plate 3. 1900. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Folio 130, figure 1. 1905.
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Album caption: View looking west of North, across Cuba Gulch, from point 13000 (plus) lying to west of the pass between Cuba and Pole Gulches. The canyon is cut in granite. On it lie lavas and tuffs of the Silverton volcanic series. The sharp peak near center is Handies Peak in Silverton Quadrangle. San Christobal Quad. Hinsdale County, Colorad. Panorama with Cross photograph no. 1005 (ccw01005). No index card.
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Album Caption: From trail pass between Cleveland and Horseshoe Basins, looking west at the rock glacier, head of Horseshoe basin. In the center is the divide between Horseshoe and Hurricane basins. Silverton quadrangle, Hinsdale County, Colorado. September 1, 1901. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 166, Plate 29-B. 1932. Panorama with ccw00557.
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Album Caption: View from from Blackhawk Peak looking northeast. Hermosa Mountain on the right. Engineer Mountain quadrangle, Dolores County, Colorado. 1898. (Photo by Ernest Howe). Published in U.S. Geological Survey Folio 171, figure 5. 1909.
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Album Caption: The western peaks of the La Plata group, from the divide at the head of LaPlata river. La Plata County, Colorado 1896. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Folio 60, figure 8. 1899. Panorama with ccw00153.
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Album Caption: Iron Spring, above Ophir. South Lookout Peak in the distance. Telluride quadrangle, San Miguel County, Colorado. 1895. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 67, Plate 2. 1909.
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Album Caption: From slate hill 11,900' north of Mt ? 13,192', looking west, northwest. Shows the structure in the Algonkian quartzites at the northwest head of the Vallecito. Needle Mountains quadrangle, San Juan County, Colorado. August 8, 1903. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Folio 131, figure 9. 1905. Panorama with ccw00530, ccw00532, and ccw00533.
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Album caption: Ignacio quadrangle, Colo. East slope valley of Vallecito River at about 8000 feet elevation, opposite Fish Hatchery, Looking west. Looking west across valley at the granite slopes of west Mountain:along east base runs great fault. Hermosa Carboniferous near Stream. Panoramic with 926. W. Cross, July 30, 1909. Ex. 1/4 sec. Stop 64, Light, bright (sun). Handwritten notes on album caption: La Plata Co. Inidex card: Panorama with 961. Note: Cross, C.W. photographs 45 through 1228 were transferred to National Archives and Records Administration on or about November 1, 1995. This duplicate album(s) is part of the permanent collection of the U.S. Geological Survey Library. Panorama with ccw00961.
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Album caption: Ignacio quadrangle, Colo. East slope valley of Vallecito River, at about 8000 feet opposite Fish Hatchery, looking north of west across valley. Beyond great fault is seen steeply upturned Ouray limestone, on granite. Panoramic with 926. W. Cross. July 30, 1909. Ex. 1/4 sec. Stop 64. Light, bright (Sun). Handwritten notes on album caption: La Plata Co. Index card: East slope of valley of Vallecito River. La P lata County, Colorado. 1909. Note: Cross, C.W. photographs 45 through 1228 were transferred to National Archives and Records Administration on or about November 1, 1995. This duplicate album(s) is part of the permanent collection of the U.S. Geological Survey Library.
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Album caption and index card: View to the southeast looking across the Animas Canyon, near its mouth. Durango quadrangle. La Plata County, Colorado. October 30, 1897.
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Album Caption: Alluvial fan at mouth of Aztec Gulch from east side of Dolores River. Rico quadrangle, Dolores County, Colorado, November 1898. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 60, Plate 47. 1908. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Folio 130, figure 4. 1905. Published in U.S. Geological Survey 21st Annual report, part 2, Plate 21. 1899-1900.
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Album Caption: Jointed cliffs of the San Juan tuffs, above the Silver Lake mine, Uncompahgre Valley. Below the tuffs appear Algonkian quartzites. Silverton quadrangle, Ouray County, Colorado. September 1899. Photo by Ernest Howe. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 182, Plate 7. 1901.
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Album Caption: Engineer Mountain seen from the north, from a ledge in the basin west of Jura Butte. To show the trachyte contact, the rude columnar jointing, and the great northerly rock stream. San Juan County, Colorado. 1906. (19-inch lens, stop 16, exposure 1/25 second). Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 67, Plate 18-A. 1909. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Folio 171, figure 7. 1910.
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Album Caption: From slate hill 11,900' north of Mt ? 13,192', looking west across Vallecito at the "Three Grenadiers." Needle Mountains quadrangle, San Juan County, Colorado. August 8, 1903. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Folio 131, figure 9. 1905. Panorama with ccw00531, ccw00532, and ccw00533.
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Album Caption: Ridge between Virginius and Marshall Basins; from the bench on trail near Stony Mountain. Shows very clearly the rhyolitic series above the San Juan tuff, with the thin andesite sheet between. Telluride quadrangle, Ouray County, Colorado. 1895. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Folio 57, figure 6. 1899.
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Album Caption: From ridge running southeast from White Mountain, looking northeast toward Dallas Peak and ridge between forks of Eder Creek. Shows pinnacles of San Juan tuffs on nearest cliff, and rhyolitic series of Dallas Peak. (Taken at sundown) Telluride quadrangle, Colorado. 1895. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Folio 57, figure 3. 1899.


map background search result map search result map View looking west of North across Cuba Gulch. Hinsdale County, Colorado. Looking across the Animas Canyon. La Plata County, Colorado. 1897. East slope of valley of Vallecito River. La Plata County, Colorado. 1909. East slope valley of Vallecito River. La Plata County, Colorado. 1909. View looking west of North across Cuba Gulch. Hinsdale County, Colorado. Looking across the Animas Canyon. La Plata County, Colorado. 1897. East slope of valley of Vallecito River. La Plata County, Colorado. 1909. East slope valley of Vallecito River. La Plata County, Colorado. 1909.