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Hugh D. Miser, on Dolly, in aspen woods west of White Rocks Ridge. Wayne County, Utah. September, 1936.
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Album caption: Kanab sandstone. Walls about 2000 feet. Zion Canyon. Utah. Index card: Canyon walls 2,000 feet high. Zion National Park.
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Survey camp by Four Mile Creek, between Mounts Holmes and Ellsworth. This camp accessible only by pack train consisted of tent to house equipment and supplies. Members of the party slept outside on the ground. Garfield County, Utah. April, 1936.
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Panorama with Image 458. Morning of July 10. Small flood falling into box canyon at Bert Avery Seep. Normally no water flows here except for a small seep from under the sandstone (Ferron). Wayne County, Utah. July, 1936.
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Middle portion of "section ridge" containing most of the Permian. Canyon of Big Cottonwood. Utah. 1903.
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Wasatch Mountains, west front. View southeast, showing bouldery glacial moraine (in middle) and the Bonneville terrace (at right) at mouth of Bear Creek northeast of Draper. T. 3 S., R. 1 E. Salt Lake County, Utah. August 29, 1925.
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View west down Main Street. Hanksville, Utah. Garfield County, Utah. September, 1938.
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View northward across the northwest flak of the Gunnison Plateau toward Mount Nebo (snowcapped mass in the upper left). The massive ridge that forms the upper right-hand corner of the picture is the crest of the Gunnison Plateau. The beds that occupy most of the picture are part of the Twin Creek limestone. Much of the area shown underlies the SW1/4, T. 15 S., R 1 E., Levan area. Juab County, Utah. Spring 1982.
Categories: Image; Tags: Utah Images, photo print
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View northward showing the contact between the Twin Creek strata (near- vertical limestone beds near the center of the photograph) and the Arapien shale (light-gray, slope forming beds along the right side of the photograph). This exposure is along the north face of the valley of Chicken Creek and occupies the W1/2, Sec. 35, T. 14 S., R 1 E., Levan area. Juab County, Utah. Spring 1982.
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The Todilto (?) formation and Wingate sandstone in Capitol Wash, southern Wayne County, Utah. The Wingate is the very massive sandstone which forms the lower canyon walls. Wayne County, Utah. 1921.
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Blue Gate shale (Mancos) of Gilbert in southern Wayne County on trail to Mount Ellen from Notom Ranch. Wayne County, Utah. 1921.
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Hall's Creek and escarpment of Blue Gate sandstone from top of Water Pocket fold north of Muley Twist Road, Mount Pennell in distance. The sandstone in foreground is the Navajo; the nearer valley floor and hogback in middle distance ("Henry's Fork" conglomerate) are McElmo (?); beds beyond Cretaceous. Garfield County, Utah. 1921.
Categories: Image; Tags: Utah Images, photo print
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Eocene conglomerate resting unconformably on upturned edges of Marine Jurassic, Weber Canyon one mile above Croydon. The mountain on the right is composed of Triassic red beds. Utah. 1903.
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Charlie Hanks with two pack horses about to leave Four Mile Creek camp for supplies. Garfield County, Utah. April, 1936.
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Detail of red gypsum and shale bed on Curly Hollow road, west of Bloomington. Washington County, Utah. August 1916.
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Burr Trail road in gap in Waterpocket Fold. Beds dipping steeply east. Looking down and eastward. Circle Cliffs region. Kane and Garfield Counties, Utah. 1953.
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Down Bear River at Wheelon. Canal cut in lake beds. Utah. No date.
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View showing late Paleozoic-early Mesozoic stratigraphy along Colorado River Canyon. Looking southwest and downstream from Dead Horse Point. Inter-river area, Utah. 1953.
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Dakota sandstone where crossed by Highway 24. The formation consists of two sandstone and an intervening coal bearing shale unit, each about 25 feet thick. The shale and lower sandstone are cross bedded, shale bedding grading into sandstone bedding and the cross beds truncated by the top sandstone. The shale is interpreted as top set beds, the lower sandstone as foreset beds. View is nearly west. Wayne County, Utah. 1935.
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Panorama with Image 613. View north across Corral Creek. Ferron sandstone occurs on ridge at right and Dakota sandstone occurs with sill on middle ridge. Garfield County, Utah. July, 1937.


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