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Index card: Paricutin Volcano: pilot, Ruben Diaz, and George Ruhle at Uruapan airport, all three standing in front of a plane. Michoacan, Mexico. February 18, 1948.
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One of the intermittent crater explosions that were followed by a period of quiet. Photo taken from Cerro de Jaratiro. Paricutin Volcano. Michoacan, Mexico. December 6, 1944. Published as plate 48-B in U. S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 965-D. 1956.
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Index card: Parícutin Volcano: similar views of northeast flank of volcano, with eruptive plume, from near Cerro de Equijuata. Michoacán, Mexico. April 8, 1948. Caption information unavailable.
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Index card: Paricutin Volcano: fumarole area, geologists for scale. Michoacan, Mexico. 1943. (Photo by Carl Fries).
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Paricutin emitting sparse ash - vapors are also being emitted, but they cannot be seen. This type of activity is accompanied by an intermittent rolling rumble and fall of gritty ash. Photo taken from Cerro de Jaratiro. Paricutin Volcano. Michoacan, Mexico. May 27, 1944. Published as plate 39-B in U. S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 965-D. 1956.
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One of the Taqui flows pouring over a ridge. The fluid center of the flow has left a deep trench, but a second lava surge begins to fill it. Taken from the north. Paricutin Volcano. Michoacan, Mexico. February 18, 1945. Photo by E. Ordonez. Published as plate 50-A in U. S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 965-D. 1956.
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Index card: Paricutin Volcano: volcano erupting in background; building shelter at Cerro de Equijuata in foreground. Michoacan, Mexico. June 21, 1947.
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Heavy bomb and lapilli emission. The horseshoe shape of the cone is apparent. Quitzocho lava flow in middle ground. Note the sparse cover of ash in the cultivated fields. Taken from the northeast. Paricutin Volcano. Michoacan, Mexico. March 2, 1943. Photo by Institute de Geologia. Published as plate 19-A in U. S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 965-D. 1956.
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The tower of the San Juan Parangaricutiro church above the lava of the Parangaricutiro tongue of the Taqui flows. Behind the tower lies the engulfed town. Paricutin Volcano. Michoacan, Mexico. January 25, 1945. Published as plate 43-A in U. S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 965-D. 1956.
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Interior of the crater, with one eruptive vent and a medium-sized eruptive column charged with ash. Paricutin Volcano. Michoacan, Mexico. January 23, 1945. Published as plate 49-A in U. S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 965-D. 1956.
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Index card: Parícutin Volcano: view of Parícutin lava field from the northwest, with active front in middle ground. Volcano with eruption plume in background. Michoacán, Mexico. April 21, 1948. Slide caption: Mexico
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Index card: Parícutin Volcano: similar views of Parícutin alluvium covering lava, north base of Cerro de Canicjuata. Michoacán, Mexico. May 13, 1948. Slide caption: Mexico


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