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Bluff about five miles southeast of Thermopolis, showing rocks from Chugwater red beds to Dakota. Big Horn Basin, Wyoming. June 1922.
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A butte or remnant of erosion of white river beds near Douglas, locally called The Chalk Rocks because of their light color. Central Wyoming. June 1922.
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North face of Goose Egg Mountain, southwest of Casper, showing rocks from gypsiferous Embar at bottom to Dakota at top. Central Wyoming. June 1922.
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Creamy sandstone at Morrison, compare views of Lyons sandstone (lwt01770, lwt01771, or lwt01772) with which the creamy sandstone has been erroneously correlated. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1922. Plate 7-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 149. 1927.
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Album caption and index card: "Lots Wife" at Thermopolis. A mass of mineral matter deposited from the hot sulphur water at a fountain. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1921. Note: Similar to W.T. Lee photograph number 2134, lwt02134.
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Elk Mountain from near Hanna, showing the gradually inclined face, apparently an inclined peneplain. Southern Wyoming. June 1922.
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Signal Canyon, Aquarius Mountains, showing lava capped gravel and sand filling. Mohave County, Arizona. 1903. Plate 3-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 352. 1908.
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North rim of Grass Creek anticline as seen from Midwest, Wyoming. Cretaceous sandstone on shale. Wyoming. 1921.
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Dakota sandstone and younger strata north of Thermopolis, Wyoming. Wyoming. 1921.
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Red beds about five miles southeast of Thermopolis. Big Horn Basin, Wyoming. June 1922.
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Butte of white river beds south of Platte River, about five miles south of Douglas. Central Wyoming. June 1922.
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Coke ovens at Dawson, New Mexico. Colfax County, New Mexico. No date.
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Coke ovens at Dawson, New Mexico. Colfax County, New Mexico. No date.
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Bluff 25-feet high, one-quarter mile east of Burhams Sharf, showing Pleistocene sand and gravel above St. Marys (Miocene) clay. Urbanna quadrangle. Virginia. No date.
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Conglomeratic sandstone regarded by the writer as the base of the Cloverly formation south of Hyattville, resting on the carbonaceous shale, which separates it from the Morrison. Big Horn County, Wyoming. 1922. Plate 34-C in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 149. 1927.
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Album caption: The beginning of a natural bridge. An arch in the wall of red sandstone. Zion Canyon, Utah. Index card: Beginning of a natural bridge. Zion National Park.


map background search result map search result map A near view of Angel Terrace. Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1921. "Lots Wife", a mass of mineral matter deposited from the hot sulphur water at a fountain. Thermopolis, Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1921. Beginning of a natural bridge, Zion Canyon, Zion National Park, Utah. n.d. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Interior of Mammoth Onyx Cavern. 1925. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Onyx Chamber in Great Onyx Cave. 1925. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Rotunda in Mammoth Cave. 1925. "Lots Wife", a mass of mineral matter deposited from the hot sulphur water at a fountain. Thermopolis, Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1921. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Interior of Mammoth Onyx Cavern. 1925. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Onyx Chamber in Great Onyx Cave. 1925. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Rotunda in Mammoth Cave. 1925. Beginning of a natural bridge, Zion Canyon, Zion National Park, Utah. n.d. A near view of Angel Terrace. Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1921.