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Album caption: Glacial Lake Nashua. Laminated silts of the Clinton stage, New England Brick Company pit, one-half mile west of Still river Station, Mass. Marlboro quadrangle. Massachusetts. October 12, 1906. USGS Bulletin 760, Pl. 20-B, 1925.( Shadow, 11 a.m. , Ex. 10, D32.) Handwritten note on album caption: Worcester Co.
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Glacial Lake Nashua. Partially submerged and eroded delta sand plains of the Clinton stage at 385 +/- A.T., looking south from the south end of Burdett Hill at the B. & M. Railway cut, Clinton, Mass. Terraces of the Boylston stage in distance. Valley flooded up to 367 A.T. Marlboro quadrangle. Massachusetts. Handwritten note on album caption: Worcester Co.
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Album caption: Glacial lake Nashua. Foreset and bottomset beds of the sand plain of the Clinton stage, looking southwest at a pokint on the west side of the submerged Nashua Valley three miles southwest of Clinton, Mass. Superfine sand at the water level (367 A.T.), coarser above. Short slope at left rises to the 405- foot terrace. Marlboro quadrangle. Massachusetts. October 23, 1906.(Sun, 1p.m., Ex. 1/5, D 16.). Handwritten note on album caption: Worcester Co.
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Album caption: Glacial lake Nashua. Terrace sand and gravel of the Ayer stage overlying laminated silt of the Clinton stage, clay pit of New England Brick Company, one- half mile west of Still River Station. Marlboro quadrangle. Massachusetts. October 12, 1906. USGS Bulletin 760, Pl. 20-A, 1925.( Sun, 11:15 a.m., Ex.1/5, D 16.) Handwritten note on album caption: Worcester Co.
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Album caption: Glacial Lake Nashua. Terrace sand and gravel of the Ayer stage (overlying laminated silts), pit of New England Brick Company, one-half mile west of Still River Station, Mass. Marlboro quadrangle. Massachusetts. October 12, 1906. Handwritten note on album caption: Worcester Co.
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Album caption: Glacial Lake Nahsua. Esker (partially submerged) formed at the Boylston stage tributary to the delta-sand plain terrace at 470 +/- feet, three miles south of Clinton, Mass., east side of valley. In the background, delta sand plains of the Clinton stage. Marlboro quadrangle. August 24, 1906.(Sun, 3 p.m., Ex. 1/5, D 16.) Handwritten note on album caption: Worcester Co.
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Album caption: Laminated silts of the Clinton stage at R.M. Farnsworth's fullers' earth pit, one mile northeast of Lancaster, Mass. Marlboro quadrangle. Massachusetts. October 11, 1906.(1:30 p.m., Ex. 5, D16.) Handwritten note on album caption: Worcester Co.
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Album caption: Glacial Lake Nashua. Pitted surface of delta sand plain formed at the Clinton stage at 385 +/- feet A.T., looking north from a point three miles southwest of Clinton, Mass. Rock hill in the midst of the sand plain, Clinton Hills, and north dike of Wachusett Reservoir in the distance. Marlboro quadrangle. Massachusetts. August 23, 1906.( Light medium, 1 p.m., Ex. 2, D 16.) Handwritten note on album caption: Worcester Co.


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