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Album caption: Close-up view showing details of terminus of Mendenhall Glacier. Juneau district. Southeastern Alaska region, Alaska, ca. 1956. Handwritten notes on album caption: None
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Petroglyphs on Frontier sandstone at South Valley near Manilla. Pick is used for scale. Daggett County, Utah. August 1952.
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Ulrich fish quarry at Fossil, Wyoming, 9 miles west of Kemmerer. Visited by party of Senator Malcolm Wallop of Wyoming. Shirley Ulrich at center of picture. Senator Wallop behind Mrs. Ulrich in rust-colored anorak. Lincoln County, Wyoming. July 1984.
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Close-up view of terminus of Mendenhall Glacier, good view of glacier breaking up. Juneau district, Southeastern Alaska region, Alaska, ca. 1956.
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Album caption: Wreckage of Government Hill School. The south wing of the building, shown here collapsed into a graben at the head of the slide. Note slip of the graben block is shown by the displacement of the roofline. Anchorage, Anchorage District, Cook Inlet Region, Alaska, 1964. (Photo by W.R. Hansen).
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Northeast toward Black Rock desert from sec. 11, T. 32 N., R. 24 E. Pershing County, Nevada. 1969.
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Charcoal kilns at Piedmont built by Moses Byrne in 1869 to supply pioneer smelters in the Utah Valley. Historical landmark. Piedmont is a ghost town on the former alinement of the Union Pacific railroad about 20 miles east-southeast of Evanston. Uinta County, Wyoming. July 1984.
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Album caption: Homes devastated by Turnagain Heights slide, at the main scarp. Seventy-five or more homes were destroyed. Anchorage, Anchorage district, Cook Inlet region, Alaska. 1964. (Photo by W. R. Hansen). Published as Figure 39 (lower photo) in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 542-A. 1965.
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Charcoal kilns at Piedmont built by Moses Byrne in 1869, to supply pioneer smelters in the Utah Valley. Historical landmark. Piedmont is a ghost town on the former alinement of the Union Pacific railroad about 20 miles east-southeast of Evanston. Uinta County, Wyoming. July 1984.
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Album caption and index card: Greatest cliff in Colorado, Painted Wall, averages about 2,250 feet from rim to river. Cliff is carved from gneiss interlaced with pegmatite dikes. Deep fissures to the right of center are controlled by weathering along joints. The Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Monument. Grizzly Ridge quadrangle, Montrose County, Colorado. 1962. Note: Published as frontispiece in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 1191. 1965.
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Rain erosion of slightly calcareous sand. Kennedy half-dollar for scale. Dinosaur National Monument. Moffat County, Colorado. September 1983.
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Ripplemarks on the Dakota Sandstone. Jefferson County, Colorado. October 16, 1966. (Photo by J. R. Stacy)
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Fossil fish, Diplomystus dantatus, showing the bones, ray, fins, etc., embedded in a slab of rock from a quarry in Green River (Tertiary) formation. Western Wyoming, n.d. (Also see Photo No. 1308 by W. T. Lee) Published as figure 51 in U. S. Survey. Bulletin 1291. 1969.
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Alaska Glaciers. Terminus of Mendenhall Glacier, which is northwest of Juneau in the Coast Mountains. Juneau district, Southeastern Alaska region, Alaska, ca. 1956.
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Yampa Canyon from Yampa bench and Mantle Ranch road. Hells Canyon quadrangle. Dinosaur National Monument. Moffat County, Colorado. June 1959.
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Album caption: Wreckage of the six-story Four Seasons Apartment Building in Anchorage. Canted elevator shaft is shown at center. The large crack in the foreground, which was filled in to restore traffic on M Street, passed beneath the building. Anchorage, Anchorage District, Cook Inlet Region, Alaska, 1964. (Photo by W.R. Hansen) . Published as Figure 13 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 542-A. 1965.
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Calcareous concretion in Frontier Formation along road to Diamond Mountain. Hammer for scale. Uintah County, Utah. June 1984.


map background search result map search result map Wreckage of six-story Four Seasons Apartment Building, M Street, Anchorage District, Cook Inlet Region, Alaska. 1964. Government Hill School, Anchorage District, Cook Inlet Region, Alaska, 1964. Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Utah. Rainbow Bridge, looking upstream toward Navajo Mountain. 1959. Painted Wall. Black Canyon of The Gunnison National Park, Colorado. 1962. Yampa Canyon from Yampa bench and Mantle Ranch road. Hells Canyon quadrangle. Dinosaur National Monument. Moffat County, Colorado.1959. Form a stereo pair of Mitten Park fault. Dinosaur National Monument. Moffat County, Colorado. 1959. Whirlpool Canyon. Dinosaur National Monument. Moffat County, Colorado. 1959. Rain erosion of slightly calcareous sand. Kennedy half-dollar for scale. Dinosaur National Monument.  Moffat County, Colorado. 1983. Homes devastated by Turnagain Heights slide, at the main scarp. Anchorage district, Cook Inlet region, Alaska. 1964. Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Utah. Rainbow Bridge, looking upstream toward Navajo Mountain. 1959. Painted Wall. Black Canyon of The Gunnison National Park, Colorado. 1962. Yampa Canyon from Yampa bench and Mantle Ranch road. Hells Canyon quadrangle. Dinosaur National Monument. Moffat County, Colorado.1959. Form a stereo pair of Mitten Park fault. Dinosaur National Monument. Moffat County, Colorado. 1959. Whirlpool Canyon. Dinosaur National Monument. Moffat County, Colorado. 1959. Rain erosion of slightly calcareous sand. Kennedy half-dollar for scale. Dinosaur National Monument.  Moffat County, Colorado. 1983. Wreckage of six-story Four Seasons Apartment Building, M Street, Anchorage District, Cook Inlet Region, Alaska. 1964. Government Hill School, Anchorage District, Cook Inlet Region, Alaska, 1964. Homes devastated by Turnagain Heights slide, at the main scarp. Anchorage district, Cook Inlet region, Alaska. 1964.