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Album caption: Looking SE across Utokok Valley. Notes: Panorama--35, 36, and 37.
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Detail of high precipitous clay hill shown in panoramic images 394 and 395. Gypsiferous beds form the cliffs. Crucero (?) quadrangle. Inyo County, California. January 22, 1918.
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Album caption: Panorama of harbor of St. Michael, Alaska. Lower Yukon, Koyukuk, Alaska. September 17, 1916. (See Nos. 484 and 485) No index card available.
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EXPLORATION: U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (Hayden Survey) Sheet number 22. Panoramic view looking north from Golden Peak. Longs Peak identified on horizon at right. Forms panorama to the left with sheet number 21A (sketch 7448.19A) and to the right with sheet number 20 (sketch 7448.19C) Colorado, 1873.
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Panorama. At left with 604-605, but not quite joining it (looking east.) The valley is too large to have been cut by existing streams. Los Angeles County, California. April 30, 1921.
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View across Nisqually Glacier in series 14-W (profile 2) used to determine slope and changes in ice thickness. The glacier surface in this area has become much rougher since 1952 and the streak of white (clear) ice is now hidden behind the thickened zone of crevassed, debris-covered ice. Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. September 8, 1960. Panorama in two parts. (see vfm00012) Figure 9, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 631.
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Album caption: Panorama (with 39 and 40) from 393.975. Index card: General view east of the Omilak mine. Bendeleben quadrangle, Council district, Seward Peninsula region, Alaska. ca. 1915.
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Album captions: Panoramic with Nos. 1021, 1022, 1023, 1024, view from south side valley of West Fork, Chandalar River, from point about twenty (20) miles above Caro.
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Nisqually Glacier, from confluence with Wilson Glacier to the nunatak, as seen from station 7 on August 22, 1945. Upper part of glacier is at about its lowest known ice mass, as evidenced by the exposure of bedrock. There is almost no crevassing in middle reach. Slope at center of photo is very flat and broken below there. Note the lightcolored medial moraine approaching nunatak from upper right. Sources of debris may be deduced. Note also large icecored moraine along wrest edge of glacier. Mount Rainier National Park. Pierce County, Washington. August 22, 1945. Panoram in two parts. Photo 3 and 4. (see vfm00004) Published as figure 4 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 631. 1969.
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Upper reaches of Nisaqually and Wilson Glaciers as seen from station 13 on August 30, 1957. Most of exposed bedrock areas marked in photo no. 18 are now covered by Wilson Glacier. Glacier surface at profile 3 is only 3 feet (1 m) higher than in 1949, but near left edge of picture it probably is about 60 feet (18 m) higher because at profile 2 the ice level rose 97 feet (30 m) from 1949 to 1957. The crevassing appears much coarser (rougher) now and extends to the east edge of the glacier. Exposed face of the ice field above the cliff is thicker. The falls at far left are nearly dry (compare with photo no. 18). Note the different layers (ages) of firn exposed in the small area at lower right, which can be differentiated...
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Album caption: See No. 325. Panorama of Upper Nyack Valley, looking east to west from north spur of Mt. Stimpson, Flinch Peak on extreme right to Blackfoot Mountain on left. Glacier National Park, Montana. July, 1914. Notes on album caption: None. Index card: Stebinger, E. C. 325d - Panorama with 325c. Glacier National Park, Montana. 1914.
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Panoramic view looking north toward Death Valley from limestone hill on Cave Springs Wash road, about the south side of sec. 33, T. 17, N., R. 5 E. At left in distance are Owls Head Mountains. At right in distance is the Amargosa Range. Break in mountains in distance in No. 109 is entrance to Death Valley proper. Hills to right in No. 109 are Saratoga niter hills. Saratoga Springs located at left-hand point of dark, low mountain on north side of Amargosa Valley in No. 110. In foreground of Nos. 109, 110, and 111 is Cave Springs Wash. 25 miles northwest of Silver Lake, Crucero Quadrangle. San Bernardino County, California. October 1917.
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Panoramic view from top of Needle Mountain over the Pinal Creek area of Gila conglomerate; to the right of photo 206 is seen the Schultze ranch, surrounded by granitic hills, behind which rise the higher summits of the Pinal Range. In the middle-ground Bloody Tanks Wash may be traced from ranch down to Miami Flats near the left of photo 207. Surrounding these flats and stretching far to south, into the drainage basin of the Gila River, are the low sculptured spurs of Gila conglomerate, rising highest on the right against the slopes of the Pinal Range. Gila County, Arizona. December 17, 1901. Plates 6-C and D (in reverse order) in U.S. Geological Survey, Professional paper 12. 1903
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Album caption: From west to north from junction of upper forks of Bear Creek. 44, 45, and 46.
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Distant view including same exposures of Judith River and Bearpaw beds as in panoramic images 032 and 033, two and one-half miles west of Havre. Hill County, Montana. 1903. U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 257, Plate 8-B. 1905.
Categories: Image; Tags: Montana Images, Panoramic, photo print
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EXPLORATION: U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (Hayden Survey) Sheet number 12. Panoramic view along mountain range. Peaks identified, left to right: Mt. Ouray, Shavano, Antero, Princeton. Forms panorama to the right with sheet number 12A (sketch 7448.13A). Colorado, 1873.
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Album caption: Panoramic view of Rendu Glacier, from prominent limestone knoll on east side of Rendu Inlet. Reid's old photographic station. August 3,1919. No index card available.
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Panoramic view from head of Resurrection Creek, looking east and south, photographs are taken from an elevation of 5,000 feet and show the accordance of summits in the Kenai Mountains. The average elevation is between 4,000 and 5,000 feet above sea level. Seward district, Alaska Gulf region, Alaska. 1904. Plate 5-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 277. 1906.
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Form a panoramic view of Cumberland and Columbus basins, the sharp hinge fold that characterizes the La Plata dome passes down the left side of Columbus Basin but is obscured by the large porphyry mass on Snowstorm Peak (Cumberland Mountain and Snowstorm Peak are left and right respectively in photo 32). These basins and the one at the head of the South Fork Hermosa Creek shown in the left foreground have been glaciated; view looking southeast from Indian Trail Ridge. La Plata County, Colorado. Circa 1936. Plate 6-A, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 219. 1949.
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Album caption: View from Divide Peak, Loc. 9A E.253,300. Handwritten notes on album caption: Alaska - Seward Pen. - Shaktolik dist. Candle quadr. Panorama with 83. Index card: Album caption: View from Divide Peak, Loc. 9A E.253,300. Panorama with 81, 82, and 84.


map background search result map search result map View of Rendu Glacier on east side of Rendu Inlet. Alaska. 1919. Harbor of St. Michael. Alaska. 1916. Panorama of Upper Nyack Valley, Glacier National Park, Montana. 1914. Panoramic view looking north toward Death Valley. San Bernardino County, California. 1917. Panorama. Los Angeles County, California. 1921. Nisqually Glacier. Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1945. (Panoram in two parts.) View across Nisqually Glacier. Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1960. (Panorama in two parts.) Upper reaches of Nisaqually and Wilson Glaciers. Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1957. (Panorama in two parts.) View of Omilak Mine. Council district, Seward Peninsula region, Alaska. ca. 1915. View from Divide Peak.  Shaktolik district, Seward Peninsula region, Alaska.  1915. Looking southeast across Utokok Valley.  Alaska. ca. 1923. From west to north from junction of upper forks of Bear Creek.  Alaska.  ca. 1923. View from south side of valley of West Fork, Chandalar River. Alaska. ca. 1924. View across Nisqually Glacier. Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1960. (Panorama in two parts.) Upper reaches of Nisaqually and Wilson Glaciers. Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1957. (Panorama in two parts.) Nisqually Glacier. Mount Rainier National Park, Washington. 1945. (Panoram in two parts.) Panorama of Upper Nyack Valley, Glacier National Park, Montana. 1914. Panorama. Los Angeles County, California. 1921. Panoramic view looking north toward Death Valley. San Bernardino County, California. 1917. View of Rendu Glacier on east side of Rendu Inlet. Alaska. 1919. Harbor of St. Michael. Alaska. 1916. View of Omilak Mine. Council district, Seward Peninsula region, Alaska. ca. 1915. View from Divide Peak.  Shaktolik district, Seward Peninsula region, Alaska.  1915. Looking southeast across Utokok Valley.  Alaska. ca. 1923. From west to north from junction of upper forks of Bear Creek.  Alaska.  ca. 1923. View from south side of valley of West Fork, Chandalar River. Alaska. ca. 1924.