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Panorama with images 846 and 847. C.M. & St. P. Railway cut, two miles northwest of Dedham, showing (north side): 1. Buff loess - 5-10 feet; 2. Gray loess with shells, calcium-carbonate concretions and iron oxide pipes - 5-8 feet; 3. Dense brown leached till (Kansan?) - 5-6 feet; 4. Buff calcareous till (Kansan?) - 45-50 feet; 5. Gray calcareous till (Kansan?) 0-10 feet (seams are filled with plates of selenite crystals). Newton Township, SW1/4, Sec. 7. Carroll County, Iowa. June 10, 1915.
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Gypsum outcrop on Fort Dodge, Des Moines & Southern Railroad, Sec. 6., T. 8 N., R. 28 W., near Fort Dodge. Iowa. June 9, 1916.
Categories: Image; Tags: Iowa Images, Railroad, photo print
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U.S. Gypsum Company tile yard, Fort Dodge. Iowa. June 9, 1916.
Categories: Image; Tags: Iowa Images, photo print
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Big boulder of coarse-grained reddish granite two miles south of Independence. Dimensions above ground 10 x 35 x 40 feet. Sumner Township, Sec. 16. Buchanan County, Iowa. September 3, 1915.
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Panorama with images 839 and 840. C.M. & St. P. Railway cut five miles east of Delmar Junction, south side of cut. 1. Buff loess, leached 10+/- feet - 5-15 feet; 2. Red-brown to rusty buff Kansan till leached 6-7 feet - 15-18 feet; 3. Dense, dark, gray, calcareous Kansan till, rusty along joints - 6+/- feet; 4. Aftonian gravel and sand, cross- bedded, partly clean gray, partly orange to brown, cemented with lime at top - 3-10 feet; 5. Dense, slate-colored, jointed, calcareous, pre- Kansan till, upper one-foot lighter gray, much included wood - 8-12 feet; 6. Slate-colored, fine laminated calcareous silt, much disturbed at top by overriding of glacier, much wood included - 10 +/- feet. (Note: The two horizontal benches...
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View of street cut in loess 30-35 feet at West Second Street, south of Rebecca Street, Sioux City, Iowa. Such nearly vertical faces will stand for years without slumping. Woodbury County, Iowa. October 29, 1919.
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Loess ridges, seven miles north of Council Bluffs, Crescent Township, Sec. 26. Showing "cat-steps" probably due to step faulting used as paths by stock in grazing. Iowa-Omaha quadrangle. Pottawattamie County, Iowa. September 9, 1919.
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Conglomerate of cross-bedded and cemented Aftonian gravel overlying dense blue-black Nebraskan till at foot of Missouri River bluffs along C.& NW. Railway, north of Council Bluffs, Garner Township, Sec. 11. Bluffs above are of buff loess over reddish loess(?). Iowa-Omaha quadrangle. Pottawattamie County, Iowa. September 8, 1919.
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View of C. & N.W. Railway cut in buff loess 30 feet deep. Through upland crest one mile northeast of Lawton. Woodbury County, Iowa. November 2, 1919.
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Three miles south of Lansing, showing remnant of Wisconsin outwash gravel terrace. Lafayette Township. Allamakee County, Iowa. June 17, 1915.
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Kansan drift area mantled with loess. Head of a drainage line, a broad open swale fading into flat upland. Four-miles southwest of Wellman. Seventy-six Township, Sec. 3, T. 76 N., R. 11 W. Washington County, Iowa. October 1, 1914.
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Plymouth Gypsum Company tile yard, Fort Dodge. Iowa. June 9, 1916.
Categories: Image; Tags: Iowa Images, photo print
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Panorama with image 841. C.M. & St. P. Railway cut five miles east of Delmar Junction, north side of cut. 1. Buff loess, leached 10+/- feet - 5-15 feet; 2. Red-brown to rusty buff Kansan till leached 6-7 feet - 15-18 feet; 3. Dense, dark, gray, calcareous Kansan till, rusty along joints - 6+/- feet; 4. Aftotnian gravel and sand, cross-bedded partly clean gray, partly orange to brown, cemented with lime at top - 3-10 feet; 5. Dense, slate-colored, jointed, calcareous pre-Kansan till, upper 1-foot lighter gray, much included wood - 8-12 feet; 6. In part of the section, gray sand and glacial gravel - 3 feet; 7. Slate- colored, fine, laminated, calcareous silt, much disturbed at top by overriding of glacier, much wood...
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View north from point three miles northwest of Edgewood over maturely dissected topography. Lodomillo Township, Sec. 28. Clayton County, Iowa. July 16, 1915.
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Panorama with images 843 and 845. C.M. & St. P. Railway cut (north side) 1 1/2 miles west of Manning, showing: 1. Buff loess - 10-15 feet; 2. Buff calcareous till (Kansan?) - 10 feet; 3. Gray pebbly clay, may be lower part of No. 2 - 3 feet; 4. Gray pebble-less laminated clay with black carbonaceous soil band - 0-1 feet; 5. Dense gray, non- calcareous gumbo, containing small pebbles - 12-15 feet; 6. Rusty yellow till (pre-Kansan?) - 15 feet. Warren Township, NW1/4, Sec. 18. Carroll County, Iowa. June 8, 1915.
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Panorama with images 849 and 851. Three and one-half miles east of Manning, C.M. & St. P. Railway cut (north side), showing: 1. Buff loess - 3-15 feet; 2. Gray loess - 3-15 feet; 3. Dense gray non-calcareous, gumbo containing a few small pebbles - 15 feet; 4. Buff to yellow, calcareous till (pre-Kansan?) - 15 feet. Warren Township, NW1/4, Sec. 13. Carroll County, Iowa. June 10, 1915.
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Panorama with images 850 and 851. Three and one-half miles east of Manning, C.M. & St. P. Railway cut (north side), showing: 1. Buff loess - 3-15 feet; 2. Gray loess - 3-15 feet; 3. Dense gray non-calcareous, gumbo containing a few small pebbles - 15 feet; 4. Buff to yellow, calcareous till (pre-Kansan?) - 15 feet. Warren Township, NW1/4, Sec. 13. Carroll County, Iowa. June 10, 1915.
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South side of C.M. & St. P. Railway cut four miles west of Vining, showing: 1. Loess, leached four feet, calcareous below - 5-10 feet; 2. Till (Iowan?), leached 3+/- feet, highly calcareous below - 0-6 feet; 3. Dense, gray, non-calcareous gumbo - 3-6 feet; 4. Till (Kansan) brownish clacareous above, dark slate colored calcareous below, exposed - 15 +/- feet. Tama County, Iowa. August 24, 1915.
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Mature erosion on Kansan drift. No loess. Weathered drift mantled with gray "gumbo." Relief 100-150 feet. Tributary to Grand River. Three-miles west of Afton, Iowa. T. 72 N., R. 20 W. Union County, Iowa. September 30, 1914.
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Ravine tributary to Maquoketa River gorge, cut in Niagara limestone, four miles southeast of Monticello, Iowa. Richland Township, Sec. 31. Jones County, Iowa. June 30, 1915.