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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 and index card: Trachytic bluffs on the Rio Grande, at the mouth of Lost Trail Creek. The trachyte is exposed over a considerable portion of the mountains, and is particularly noticeable in being banded into bright tints of green, blue, violet, and yellow. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1874. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1874 Series, page 68, No. 129: Trachytic bluffs on the Rio Grande, at the mouth of Lost Trail Creek. The trachyte is exposed over a considerable portion of the mountains, and is particularly noticeable in being banded into bright tints of green, blue, violet,...
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Album caption: Sunshine Peak, looking north across Lake Fork from top of 12,500' flat. Sept. 24, 1904. Handwritten information on album caption: Colo. Hinsdale Co., San Christobal quad. Index card: Sunshine Peak (14,0001 feet). San Cristobal quadrangle.
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View on the White Earth River, looking down, where the trail from Los Pinos to Antelope Park crosses the White Earth; is a handsome little pocket of a valley, surrounded by high walls of the variously colored trachytes, characteristic of this region. The river canyons cut deeply, both in entering and leaving this valley. Gunnison and Hinsdale Counties, Colorado. 1874.
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Album caption and index card: The Rio Grande River at Lost Trail Creek. The stream has become so divided among its tributaries that it is here hardly more than a mountain brook. Near by is Jennison's, or Carr's cabin, a favorite stopping place before crossing the range into Bakers Park. The elevation here is 9,600 feet. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1874. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1874 Series, page 68, No. 130: The Rio Grande River at Lost Trail Creek. The stream has become so divided among its tributaries that it is here hardly more than a mountain brook. Near by is Jennison's, or Carr's...
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Album caption: Good Hope Mine. Index card: Good Hope mining operation. Camp of party from Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research in middle-ground. San Juan Mountains. Hinsdale County, Colorado. July 2, 1972.
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Album caption: Hinsdale Co, Colo. Index card: Wood Mountain arête, elevation 13,600' feet. San Juan Mountains. Hinsdale County, Colorado. August 3, 1971.
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Album caption: Hinsdale Co, Colo. Index card: Abandoned buildings at the Good Hope mine. San Juan Mountains. Hinsdale County, Colorado. September 2, 1980.
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Album caption: Mountain near mouth of Middle Fork. From point on Pagosa Springs road about 1 mile above bridge across Pedra. Shows south face of mountains. San Cristobal quadrangle. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 10/7/1910. (64 stop, 3 seconds, light bright sun, color screen) No index card.
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View on the White Earth River, looking down, where the trail from Los Pinos to Antelope Park crosses the White Earth; is a handsome little pocket of a valley, surrounded by high walls of the variously colored trachytes, characteristic of this region. The river canyons cut deeply, both in entering and leaving thisvalley. Gunnison and Hinsdale Counties, Colorado. 1874.
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Album caption: Mountains near mouth of Williams Creek. From point on Pagosa Springs road about 1 mile above bridge across Piedra. Shows south face of mountains. San Cristobal quadrangle. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 10/7/1910. (64 stop, 3 seconds, light bright sun, color screen) No index card.
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Album caption and index card: Uncompahgre Mountain. Hinsdale County, Colorado. No date. Handwritten note on album caption: July 1875. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1875 Series, page 75, No. 2 caption, Uncompagre Peak, a boldly outlined mass of trachyte, 14,235 feet in height, and the highest summit of the Uncompagre Mountains, in South western Colorado. The stand-point from the which this view was made is directly east of the peak, and about 12, 500 feet in altitude. The northern face is nearly vertical for over 1,000 feet. The peak is named from the valley and river to the northwest...


map background search result map search result map San Juan Mountains, Colorado. Wood Mountain arête, elevation 13,600 feet. 1971. Good Hope mining operation. San Juan Mountains. Hinsdale County, Colorado. July 2, 1972. Abandoned buildings at the Good Hope mine, San Juan Mountains. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1980. The Rio Grande River at Lost Trail Creek. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1874. Trachytic bluffs on the Rio Grande, at the mouth of Lost Trail Creek. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1874. View on the White Earth River, looking down, where the trail from Los Pinos to Antelope Park crosses the White Earth; Gunnison and Hinsdale Counties, Colorado. 1874. View on the White Earth River, looking down, where the trail from Los Pinos to Antelope Park crosses the White Earth; Gunnison and Hinsdale Counties, Colorado. 1874. Uncompahgre Peak from south. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1875. Lower Falls on Lake Fork. Two miles below Argenta Falls the river makes another leap about 50 feet, over the massive gray trachytes characteristic of this region. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1875. View of the Rio Grande, near Pole Creek. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1874. (Stereoscopic view) The Rio Grande, near Lost Trail Creek. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1874. (Stereoscopic view) San Cristobal Lake. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1875. (Stereoscopic view). Lower Falls of Lake Fork. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1875. (Stereoscopic view) Uncompahgre Mountain. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1875. Uncompahgre Peak from the north. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1875. View looking west of North across Cuba Gulch. Hinsdale County, Colorado. Sunshine Peak. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1904. Mountains near mouth of Williams Creek. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1910. Mountains near mouth of Middle Fork. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1910. San Juan Mountains, Colorado. Wood Mountain arête, elevation 13,600 feet. 1971. Good Hope mining operation. San Juan Mountains. Hinsdale County, Colorado. July 2, 1972. Abandoned buildings at the Good Hope mine, San Juan Mountains. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1980. View of the Rio Grande, near Pole Creek. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1874. (Stereoscopic view) The Rio Grande, near Lost Trail Creek. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1874. (Stereoscopic view) San Cristobal Lake. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1875. (Stereoscopic view). Lower Falls of Lake Fork. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1875. (Stereoscopic view) Uncompahgre Mountain. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1875. Uncompahgre Peak from the north. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1875. View looking west of North across Cuba Gulch. Hinsdale County, Colorado. Sunshine Peak. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1904. Mountains near mouth of Williams Creek. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1910. Mountains near mouth of Middle Fork. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1910. The Rio Grande River at Lost Trail Creek. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1874. Trachytic bluffs on the Rio Grande, at the mouth of Lost Trail Creek. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1874. Uncompahgre Peak from south. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1875. Lower Falls on Lake Fork. Two miles below Argenta Falls the river makes another leap about 50 feet, over the massive gray trachytes characteristic of this region. Hinsdale County, Colorado. 1875. View on the White Earth River, looking down, where the trail from Los Pinos to Antelope Park crosses the White Earth; Gunnison and Hinsdale Counties, Colorado. 1874. View on the White Earth River, looking down, where the trail from Los Pinos to Antelope Park crosses the White Earth; Gunnison and Hinsdale Counties, Colorado. 1874.