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(This photograph is on the website created before FY-04!!) Tongues of diorite porphyry extending upward into calcareous beds, metamorphosing, shattering and mineralizing them, on 1,100 foot level, McCormick crosscut Silver King mine, looking southeast. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904.
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Form a panorama. Park City monocline shows monoclinal structure of sedimentary formations. Weber quartzite in foreground, Park City formation capping first spur. Thaynes formation on the second and third cuestas, and heavy Triassic sandstone forming the prominent cuesta in the right background, all dipping northwest. Park City in middle ground; Ontario mill in left foreground, and Silver King mine and Crescent Ridge in left background, looking southwest. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Plate 4-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 77. 1912.
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Forms a panorama with photos 197,198. Surface improvements at the Silver King mine, including shaft house, workshops, bunk and boarding house, sampler, mill and aerial tramway. View is west-northwest. Park City District. Summit County, Utah. ca. 1902.
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(This photograph is on the website created before FY-04!!) Bed of rich banded carbonates ore between clean siliceous walls; on 750-foot level north, Silver King mine, looking east.
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Ores in Silver King mine. Beds of rich ore, carrying lead and copper, in Weber quartzite adjacent to fissure, on 1,200-foot level, looking east. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Publisdhed as Plate 44-A in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 77. 1912.
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Forms a panorama with photos 196 and 197. Surface improvements at the Silver King mine, including shaft house, workshops, bunk and boarding house, sampler, mill and aerial tramway. View is west-northwest. Park City District. Summit County, Utah. ca. 1902.
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Form a panorama. Park City monocline shows monoclinal structure of sedimentary formations. Weber quartzite in foreground, Park City formation capping first spur. Thaynes formation on the second and third cuestas, and heavy Triassic sandstone forming the prominent cuesta in the right background, all dipping northwest. Park City in middle ground; Ontario mill in left foreground, and Silver King mine and Crescent Ridge in left background, looking southwest. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Plate 4-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 77. 1912.
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Head of big stope first set below 900 feet. Wall of galena in gash vein, Silver King mine. Park City district, Summit County, Utah. 1905.
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Silver King mine, 1000 feet level N.E. Strong fracture zone in calcareous carbonaceous gray and blue lime. Dip 73 degrees N.W. Park City district, Summit County, Utah. 1905.
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Forms a panorama with photos 196,198. Surface improvements at the Silver King mine, including shaft house, workshops, bunk and boarding house, sampler, mill and aerial tramway. View is west-northwest. Park City District. Summit County, Utah. ca. 1902.
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Silver King mine: shaft and office at left, sampler in middle, mill at right, looking southwest. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Published as Plate 41-A in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 77. 1912. Note: This photograph is on the website created before FY-04.
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Form a panorama. Park City monocline shows monoclinal structure of sedimentary formations. Weber quartzite in foreground, Park City formation capping first spur. Thaynes formation on the second and third cuestas, and heavy Triassic sandstone forming the prominent cuesta in the right background, all dipping northwest. Park City in middle ground; Ontario mill in left foreground, and Silver King mine and Crescent Ridge in left background, looking southwest. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Published as Plate 4-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 77 1912.
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Stope on bed of carbonate ore between definite walls of siliceous limestone, just below 700-foot level, Silver King mine, looking west. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Published as Plate 34-B in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 77. 1912.
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(This photograph is on the website created before FY-04!!) General zone of fracturing without distinct walls, "gold ledge" 10 feet above 900 foot level west Silver King mine, looking southwest. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Plate 30-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 77. 1912.


    map background search result map search result map Stope on bed of carbonate ore between definite walls of siliceous limestone. General zone of fracturing without distinct walls, "gold ledge" 10 feet above 900 foot level west Silver King mine. Summit County, Utah. Ores in Silver King mine.Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Park City monocline shows monoclinal structure of sedimentary formations. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Form a panorama. Park City monocline shows monoclinal structure of sedimentary formations. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Park City monocline shows monoclinal structure of sedimentary formations (panorama). Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Silver King mine: shaft and office at left, sampler in middle, mill at right, looking southwest. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Stope on bed of carbonate ore between definite walls of siliceous limestone. General zone of fracturing without distinct walls, "gold ledge" 10 feet above 900 foot level west Silver King mine. Summit County, Utah. Ores in Silver King mine.Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Park City monocline shows monoclinal structure of sedimentary formations. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Form a panorama. Park City monocline shows monoclinal structure of sedimentary formations. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Park City monocline shows monoclinal structure of sedimentary formations (panorama). Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904. Silver King mine: shaft and office at left, sampler in middle, mill at right, looking southwest. Summit County, Utah. Circa 1904.