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Album caption and index card: Mescal pit damaged by the flood of December 1966 along Clear Creek. Cross sections of the mescal pit exposed mainly by lateral cutting during the flood. Depth of cutting is about equal to the height of the man. Wood debris gives an indication of the flood crest. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. ca. 1966. Published as Figure 15-C in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 980. 1977.
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Album caption: Travertine Canyon. Enlargement of Kolb's photo 15-110. 1923. Handwritten notes on album caption: Mohave County, Arizona; Grand Canyon 110. No index card.
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Album caption: Upstream view from left bank, showing Marble Canyon and Rapid No. 4, 16.7 miles below Paria River. 8-4-23. E.C.L. Handwritten notes on album caption: Coconino County, Arizona. Index card: Upstream view from left bank, showing Marble Canyon and Rapid No. 4, 16.7 miles below Paria River. Coconino County, Arizona. August 4, 1923.
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Album caption: Stabler and La Rue measuring Havasu Creek. Photo by Lewis R. Freeman. Handwritten note on album caption: Coconino County, Arizona. GCNP. Index card unavailable.
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Album caption: Side Canyon above Diamond Creek. Photo by Lewis R. Freeman. Handwritten note on album caption: Arizona Index card unavailable.
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Album caption: Looking upstream at West Portal, Grand Canyon. Enlargement of E.C. Kolb's photo 18-136. 1923. Handwritten notes on album caption: Mohave County, Arizona; Grand Canyon no. 136. No index card.
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Album caption: Looking up Lava Cliff Rapids. Enlargement of L.R. Freeman's photo V-6. 1923. Handwritten notes on album caption: Mohave County, Arizona; Grand Canyon 405. No index card. See also: grand00405
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Album caption: The big cave in the left wall of Marble Canyon 32.6 miles below Paria River. The cave is about 400 feet wide, 300 feet deep, with walls varying from 0 to 80 feet in height. 8-8-23. E.C.L. Handwritten notes on album caption: Coconino County, Arizona. Index card: The big cave in the left wall of Marble Canyon 32.6 miles below Paria River. The cave is about 400 feet wide, 300 feet deep, with walls varying from 0 to 80 feet in height. Coconino County, Arizona. August 8, 1923.
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Album caption: Natural bridge in Bridge Canyon one-half mile above its mouth. Bridge Canyon being located on the left bank 9.3 miles below Diamond Creek. 10-8-23. E.C.L. Handwritten notes on album caption: Arizona. Index card: Natural bridge 9 miles below Diamond Creek. Mohave County, Arizona. 1923.
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Album caption: Upstream view of dam site three miles below Diamond Creek. Picture taken from left bank at point 3.3 miles below Diamond Creek. 10-7-23. E.C.L. Handwritten notes on album caption: Arizona. Index card: Upstream view of dam site three miles below Diamond Creek. Mohave County, Arizona. 1923.
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Album caption: Looking across head of Rapids No. 56, 10 miles below Diamond Creek. Mohave County, Arizona. 1923. (Photo no. X-6 by L.R. Freeman). Index card unavailable.
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Album caption: The waters of Travertine Creek have cut a narrow gorge through the Travertine Formation. 10-7-23. E.C.L. Handwritten notes on album caption: Arizona. Index card: Overhanging walls of Travertine Canyon. Mohave County, Arizona. 1923.
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Album caption: River ½ mile above Kanab. Photo by Lewis R. Freeman. Handwritten note on album caption: Arizona Index card unavailable.
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Album caption: Upstream view of the Granite Gorge in the Grand Canyon from left wall at mouth of Mineral Canyon. 8-18-23. E.C.L. Handwritten notes on album caption: Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. Index card: Upstream view of the Granite Gorge in the Grand Canyon from left wall at mouth of Mineral Canyon. Grand Canyon National Park. Coconino County, Arizona. August 18, 1923.
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Album caption: Bright Angel Canyon from Tonto sandstone. [Grand Canyon National Park] Coconino County, Arizona. October 12, 1901. Index card unavailable.
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Album caption: Downstream view from right bank showing the Canyon of the Colorado at point 2 1/2 miles above Specter Chasm, or about 65 miles below Little Colorado River. 9-6-23. E.C.L. Index card: Downstream view from right bank showing the Canyon of the Colorado at point 2 1/2 miles above Specter Chasm, or about 65 miles below Little Colorado River. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. September 6, 1923.
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Album caption and index card: This view, taken in March, shows a greatly diminished flood-line community, but this reduction in plant biomass is more apparent than real-the shrubs comprising the community are leafless at this season, whereas in the 1923 photograph, taken in September, the plants were in full leaf. The streamside plants that were present in 1923 and which persist to the present are willows. Unlike the condition in 1923, the beach at Granite Park now supports a dense growth of plants. The dominant species on the beach are willow, arrowweed, saltcedar, camelthorn, red brome, and Bermuda grass. All but the first two species have been introduced to this continent from other parts of the world. Feral...
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Album caption: The wreck of the Mohave in Spring Cave (#13) Rapid. Photo by E.C. Kolb – 1923 Handwritten note on album caption: Coconino County, Arizona Index card unavailable.
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Album caption and index card: Mudflow at the confluence of Kanab Canyon and Modred Abyss. Mudflow debris near the mouth of Kanab Canyon. The light-colored or clear boulders were cleaned by streamflow that occurred after the mudflow event. The log in the middle foreground was carried by the mudflow. The mudflow is concave upward and forms a notch or channellike feature that was downcut only slightly by the streamflow. Note lateral extent of mudflow. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. ca. 1966. Published as Figure 39-E in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 980. 1977.


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