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Dunes on east side of Crucero Hills, sec. 17 T. 11 N., R. 8 E. San Bernardino County, California. December 6, 1919.
Looking northeast to mouth of Santa Ana Canon, from a point near junction of Santa Ana River and Mill Creek in N. 1/2 of sec. 17, T. 1 S, R. 2 W. San Bernardino County, California. February 1920.
Orchard (5 years old) of H.E. Joos. NW, 1/4 sec. 26, T. 26 S., R. 39 E. San Bernardino County, California. January 26, 1920.
Section along Cajon Creek, near junction with Lone Pine Canyon, near south 1/4 corner sec. 12, T. 2 N., R. 6 W., showing contact between old alluvium and underlying metamorphic rocks. San Bernardino County, California. October 18, 1919.
Dust storm along Mohave River, 1/2 mile north of Daggett. San Bernardino County, California. October 24, 1919.
Perforated stovepipe casing, taken from well of I.L. Hannan, NW , sec. 12, T. 8 N., R. 3 E., to show perforations. San Bernardino County, California. November 21, 1919.
North end of San Bernardino Mountains from National Old Trails road near Hesperia, showing alluvial slope. San Bernardino County, California. October 18, 1919.
View toward Calico Mountains to one-half to three-fourths mile east Yermo. View is taken a short distance from foot of alluvial slope, to show mounds of sand and clay on right side of plants - either to wind action or surface run-off from dry lake at left. See panorama 269 to 272. San Bernardino County, California. n.d.
The April 1998 El Niño-Triggered Anzar Road landslide, San Benito County, California El Niño-driven rainfall triggered many landslides and debris flows in northern and north-central California during the winter and spring of 1997-98. The 1997-98 rainy season began normally in the fall of 1997, but turned unusually wet in late November. The 1998 Anzar Road landslide occurred as a reactivation of an old landslide in Pleistocene nonmarine claystone, sandstone and conglomerate immediately adjacent to the San Andreas rift Zone. Destructive movement began during the early morning of april 22 as a moderately deep-seated earth slide within the area of the old landslide. This slide, on an average slope of 12 degrees,...
Signposts erected by Automobile Club of Southern California, at old Copper City, SE. cor. sec. 6, T. 30 S., R.46 E., 25 miles east of Randsburg, Searles Lake Quadrangle. San Bernardino County, California. September 22, 1917.
Well rig, of H.A. Briggs, Hinkley. San Bernardino County, California. November 28, 1919.
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.
Panorama of Mohave River Valley at Camp Cady, looking north from edge of upland at a point about on east line of sec. 25, T. 10 N., R. 3 E. Same as Nos. 10, 11, and 12, except that a slightly greater area is included. In foreground, old stockade of Camp Cady on terrace flat of river, behind which are mesquite and willow trees along river bottom. Beyond these are cliffs cut by river. Also shows level surface above river, supposed to be beds of Manix Lake. (see No. 17). In left background are Calico Mountains, north of Daggett; in right background the Alvord Mountains (?). Daggett Quadrangle. San Bernardino County, California. September 5, 1917.
View looking into upper cave or tunnel. Located probably near west side sec. 22, T. 17 N., R. 5 E., about 22 miles northwest of Silver Lake, Crucero Quadrangle. San Bernardino County, California. September 7, 1917.
Alvord Mountains in left section. Manix Wash in valley. Looking northeast (right) and north (left) from same point as in 306-309 with which it is continuous. San Bernardino County, California. November 13, 1919.
Panorama. View of badlands San Timoteo and Yucaipe Valleys. San Bernardino County, California. circa 1905.
Album caption: View of badlands San Timoteo and Yucaipe Valleys from point of ridge three miles south of Smiley Heights. San Bernardino Co., Calif. Handwritten notes on album caption: 1905. No index card available. Notes: Panorama with mwc00472.
Album caption and index card: Rose Mine, San Bernardino Mountains. San Bernardino Co., Calif. Handwritten notes on album caption: November 3, 1903.
Looking down Mill Creek Wash, probably in SW 1/4 sec. 16, T. 1 S, R. 2 W., 4 miles east of Redlands. San Bernardino County, California. February 1920.
Tertiary beds containing strontianite layers, located probably in sec. 26 or 27, T. 11 N., R. 1 W., 10 miles east of north from Barstow. The two men are standing at outcrop of strontianite bed which rises diagonally to the right. Crucero Quadrangle. San Bernardino County, California. September 15, 1917.
Lower end of stream in Mohave River channel east Camp Cady, about 2/3 mile east of northwest end of Cady Mountains. San Bernardino County, California. November 21, 1919. Plate 21-B in U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 578. 1929.