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Album caption: Mt. Rainier Nat. Park, Mt. Rainier with cloud cap, Willis Wall on right hand side, White Glacier divided by Steamboat Rock into White and Winthrop Glaciers near center of picture. Gibraltar showing under cloud cap on left side of mountain. Inter Glacier on slip of Steamboat Rock. Range is foreground is part of Sour Dough Mtns. Looking south, Aug. 4, 1913, picture by W.O. Tufts, Topg. Engr. Handwritten notes on album caption: Pierce County. No index card.
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Album caption: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. Mt. Rainier, looking at north face, 8:30 A.M. July 27, 1913, from point 5 miles north of mountain. Shows ice cap 200 ft. thick. Willis Wall 3800 ft. high, and head of Carbon Glacier. High snow point in right center of picture is not the top of the mountain; it is Liberty Cap. Flat top of mountain is well brought out by this photograph. The large glacier at left side is the head of Winthrop and White Glaciers. Picture by W.O. Tufts, Topog. Engineer. Handwritten notes on album caption: Pierce County No index card.
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Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. West side of Mount Rainier, viewed from Gobbler's Knob, 13 kilometers to the west-southwest. Tahoma Glacier in the center. 1961.
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Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. Southwest of the White River valley on the northeast side of Mount Rainier. Rock debris was deposited in 1963 by avalanches on Emmons Glacier (center). It extended about 4 miles from the north side of Little Tahoma Peak to a point on the valley floor just to the right of the dead snag (lower left). The forested area on the valley floor is a terminal moraine of the Emmons Glacier formed within the last few centuries. 1964.
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Album Caption: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. These arcuate end moraines of a former small cirque glacier are the type locality of the McNeeley Drift. The cirque is on the north slope of the Sourdough Mountains seven-tenths of a kilometer south of McNeeley Peak and almost directly north of the Sunrise Visitor Center at Yakima Park. Pumice layer R, which is more than 8,750 years old, overlies the outermost McNeeley moraine at this locality. Circa 1964. Pierce County, Washington. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 847, figure 23. 1974.
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Album Caption: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. Forested McNeeley and bare Garda moraines of a former cirque glacier at the north end of Old Desolate, north of Mount Rainier. The McNeeley glacier reached about 300 meters farther than did the Garda glacier. Circa 1964. Pierce County, Washington. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 847, figure 24. 1974.
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Album Caption: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. Four curved recessional moraines are spread over a distance of 2,000 feet on the valley floor of Fryingpan Creek. They were formed within the last few hundred years as Fryingpan Glacier lost volume and shrank back toward its present position above a line of cliffs. Circa 1967. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1292, figure 15. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1292, figure 14. (revised edition).
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Album Caption: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. Rubble rill on the south side of a ridge 1.5 kilometers north of Mount Fremont, northeast of Mount Rainier. Man in center shows relative scale. Circa 1964. Pierce County, Washington. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 847, figure 40. 1974.
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Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. Upper southeast flank of Mount Rainier, showing Cowlitz Glacier(left) and Ingraham Glacier(right). Little Tahoma Peak at the upper right. 1962.
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Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. Southeast side of Mount Rainier, showing Point Success on the left and the summit cone on the right. Little Tahoma Peak on the far right. 1964.
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Album Caption: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. Mounds on the Greenwater lahar in the Buck Creek area. The mound at the right center consists wholly of angular blocks of granodiorite; it is about 25 feet high and 100 feet in diameter. Adjacent mounds consist mostly of material derived from Mount Rainier. Circa 1964. Pierce County, Washington. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 677, figure 7. 1971.
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Album Caption; Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. Alluvial cone at the east base of Mount Wow. The largest blocks in the deposit are about 20 feet in diameter. Circa 1967. Pierce County, Washington. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1288, figure 18. 1969.
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Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. The yellowish-orange rinds on these stones of gray volcanic rocks are the result of weathering over a long period of time. Weathered rinds like these, but about half as thick, are present on stones near the surface of the Hayden Creek Drift. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1288, figure 8. 1969.
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Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. Willis Wall on the north side of Mount Rainier. View is east. Little Tahoma Peak is at the left. Columbia Crest is at the summit of the volcano. 1964.
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Album Caption: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. Outcrop of the Paradise lahar and an older lahar in a trench excavated for a retaining wall at the north edge of the visitor center at Paradise Park. Circa 1964. Pierce County, Washington. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 677, figure 15. 1971.
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Album Caption: Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. Breadcrust bombs from the block-and- ash flow in the South Puyallup River valley. The bomb on the right has been broken open to show the highly vesicular interior. Circa 1964. Pierce County, Washington. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 677, figure 35. 1971.


map background search result map search result map Weathered yellowish-orange rinds, Hayden Creek Drift, Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, Washington. 1967. Willis Wall, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. South of Little Tahoma Peak behind Steamboat Prow, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. Mount Rainier, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. Summit of Mount Rainier, showing the summit craters, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1969. Mount Rainier, viewed from Gobbler's Knob, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1961. Mount Rainier, showing Cowlitz Glacier(left) and Ingraham Glacier(right), Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1962. Four curved recessional moraines, Fryingpan Creek, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1967. Alluvial cone, Mount Wow, Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, Washington. 1967. Terminus of Kautz Glacier, from Mildred Point, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington.1962. Terminus of Nisqually Glacier,  Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1978. Southwest of the White River valley, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. Arcuate end moraines, McNeeley Drift, Sourdough Mountains, Yakima Park, Pierce County, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. Forested McNeeley and bare Garda moraines, Old Desolate, Pierce County, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. Rubble rill, north of Mount Fremont, Pierce County, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. Mounds on the Greenwater lahar, Buck Creek area, Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, Washington. 1964. Breadcrust bombs, South Puyallup River valley, Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, Washington. 1964. Paradise lahar, Paradise Park, Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, Washington. 1964. Mount Rainier, Pierce County, Washington. 1913. Mount Rainier with cloud cap, and view of Willis Wall on right side, Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, Washington. 1913. Weathered yellowish-orange rinds, Hayden Creek Drift, Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, Washington. 1967. Willis Wall, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. South of Little Tahoma Peak behind Steamboat Prow, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. Mount Rainier, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. Summit of Mount Rainier, showing the summit craters, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1969. Mount Rainier, viewed from Gobbler's Knob, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1961. Mount Rainier, showing Cowlitz Glacier(left) and Ingraham Glacier(right), Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1962. Four curved recessional moraines, Fryingpan Creek, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1967. Alluvial cone, Mount Wow, Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, Washington. 1967. Terminus of Kautz Glacier, from Mildred Point, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington.1962. Terminus of Nisqually Glacier,  Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1978. Southwest of the White River valley, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. Arcuate end moraines, McNeeley Drift, Sourdough Mountains, Yakima Park, Pierce County, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. Forested McNeeley and bare Garda moraines, Old Desolate, Pierce County, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. Rubble rill, north of Mount Fremont, Pierce County, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1964. Mounds on the Greenwater lahar, Buck Creek area, Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, Washington. 1964. Breadcrust bombs, South Puyallup River valley, Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, Washington. 1964. Paradise lahar, Paradise Park, Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, Washington. 1964. Mount Rainier, Pierce County, Washington. 1913. Mount Rainier with cloud cap, and view of Willis Wall on right side, Mount Rainier National Park, Pierce County, Washington. 1913.