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From Florence Hill looking northwest. Esmeralda County, Nevada. 1905. Plate 12-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 66. 1909.
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Hydraulic workings in bench gravels, Dream Gulch. The trench in the foreground is in decomposed Prichard slate. Shoshone County, Idaho. September 24, 1904, plate 17-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 62. 1908.
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Dripping Spring Range, as seen from a point 2 miles east-southeast of Dripping Spring ranch; view is nearly west, note absence of regular forms compare with Ransome 757. Gila County, Arizona. 1911. Plate 4-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 115. 1919.
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Nearer view in same general location as Ransome 770, showing constitution of a partly sandy variety: Yardstick for scale. Gila County, Arizona. 1911. Plate 22-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 115. 1919.
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Typical lower beds of the Wallace formation, 1.5 miles east of Wallace, shows irregular banding with rather indistinct cleavage crossing planes of stratification, beds at this locality are sharply folded. Shoshone County, Idaho. August 31, 1904, plate 5-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 62. 1908.
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Fault between Naco limestone, on left, and Escabrosa limestone on right, crest of Ecabrosa Ridge west of Bisbee. The view is north, the canyon on the right being that extending from Bisbee up to Mule Pass. Cochise County, Arizona. November 28, 1902. Plate 20-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 21. 1904.
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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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View westward along the Abrigo fault. The ravine in the foreground is eroded along the fault. On the right are Escabrosa and Martin limestones; on the left Naco limestone, The distant saddle is also determined by the fault which has there brought Bolsa quartzite on the right against Naco limestone on the left. Cochise County, Arizona. November 25, 1902. Plate 17-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 21. 1904.
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View looking north over the Coeur D'Alene Mountains from the Stemwinder tunnel above Wardner, shows mature dissection of plateau like uplift; town of Warder in foreground; Kellogg in the middle ground, partly concealed by the conical hill known as Haystack Peak. Shoshone County, Idaho. July 31, 1904, plate 4-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 62. 1908.
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General view eastward from the head of Uncle Sam Gulch over Sacramento Hill to the mouth of Mule Gulch: on the left are Queen Hill and flues of the Copper Queen smelter. In the right middle ground is the Spray shaft and just beyond it Sacramento Hill. Still farther to the right is the Irish Mag shaft. In the distance are the hills carved from the beds of the Bisbee group. Cochise County, Arizona. November 28, 1902. Plate 21-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 21. 1904.
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Cripple Creek, looking northeast. The partly wooded knob on the left is Rhyolite Mountain. Just beyond the town are Mineral and Carbonate hills and in the background is Pikes Peak. Teller County, Colorado. September 181903, plate 4-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 54. 1906.
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Town of Wallace, from the west, the mouth of Ninemile Creek appears on the left; beyond may be seen the valleys of Canyon Creek on the left and of the South Fork of Coeur d'Alene River on the right. Shoshone County, Idaho. 1903, plate 3-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 62. 1908.
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Surfaces effects of mining by caving systems in the Miami district; west over the pit caused by mining the Inspiration ore body near the former Joe Bush shaft. The overhanging cliffs on the left result from the breaking away of the footwall of the Joe Bush fault. Gila County, Arizona. 1911. Plate 35-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 115. 1919.
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Surface equipment of the Inspiration Consolidated Copper Co: on the left is the International smelter. The even slope of the Gila conglomerate is well shown in the background, and in the distance appears the Pinaleno Range, west of Solomsville. A small part of the Pinal Range is seen on the right. The view is nearly south; photo courtesy of the company. Gila County, Arizona. Circa 1911. Plate 34-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 115. 1919.
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Cavernous weathering in hard Gila conglomerate on Mineral Creek, 3 miles south of Ray; Pinal County, Arizona. 1910. Plate 23-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 115. 1919.
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Typical weathering of diabase; on roadside near Pioneer. Gila County, Arizona. November 22, 1901. Plate 17-A in U.S. Geological Survey, Professional paper 12. 1903.
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Typical natural exposure of the Gila conglomerate showing characteristic erosion 2.5 miles east-southeast of Dripping Spring ranch: Gila County, Arizona. 1911. Plate 22-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 115. 1919. Plate 7 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 217. 1923.
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Tenmile Range from road about a mile north of Boreas. View is across the valley of the Blue and shows the peaks and cirques just north of the head of the stream. Quandary Peak appears at the left. Summit County, Colorado. 1909. Plate 4-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 75. 1911.
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Whitetail formation, as exposed three-quarters of a mile northwest of Continental spring. lower portion of exposed section. Gila County, Arizona. December 13, 1901 Plate 10-B in U.S. Geological Survey, Professional paper 12. 1903.
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Mescal limestone in the Ray quadrangle: typical exposure of the cherty Mescal limestone in the Dripping Spring Range, 2 miles south of Dripping Spring ranch. Gila County, Arizona. Circa 1912. Plate 28-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 98. 1917.