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Outcrop on north bank of stream. Big Creek. Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Haywood County, North Carolina. 1952.
Album caption and index card: Big Creek. Outcrop on north bank of stream. Light-colored sandstone and dark meta-sandstone. Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Haywood County, North Carolina. March 26, 1952.
Cimarron Canyon through which the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad enters the Black Canyon. Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, Colorado. 1909.
Album caption: Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Colo. Cimarron Canyon through which the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad enters the Black Canyon. Handwritten notes on album caption: Montrose County. 1909. No index card.
Three Fingered Jack, looking across Marion Lake from mouth of Mazama Creek. Linn County, Oregon. 1929.
Album caption and index card: Oregon, Linn Co., Mt. Jefferson qd. Three Fingered Jack, looking across Marion Lake from mouth of Mazama Creek. Aug. 24, 1929.
Album caption: Instrument installation in U.S. Geological Survey plane. Special modern equipment includes a stabilized Sonne strip camera, at rear; recording RCA radio altimeter, upper left; recorder and stamping device in foreground. n.d. Personal email communication with Doug Morrison on September 26, 2017, "Photographs mdm00002, mdm00003 and mdm00004 are of the installed inboard cabin comonents of a BTL AN/ASQ-3A airborne magnetometer system and the photos were almost certainly taken in late 1944 or early 1945 following the installation into the U.S. Navy/USGS Beechcraft SNB-1 #51044. A 1945 NOL report pertaining to this installation was written by Homer Jensen."
Album caption: View on North Fork of American River, California, taken spring of 1912 by T.P. Pendleton, Asst. Topgr., when making profile survey. Handwritten notes on album caption: Colfax quad Calif, Placer County. No index card Note on photograph: Negative destroyed by authority of administrative geologist
Handwritten information on back of photograph: 216. Hot Springs on Gardiner's River, Upper Basin. 1871 Series. No index card. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1871 Series, page 25, Nos. 216, 217: Group of Upper Basins. The above series comprise the principal portion of the basins termed fancifully by some Diana's Bathing-Pools.
Oblique aerial view of Mount St. Helens amphitheater as viewed from north. Skamania County, Washington. 1980.
Album caption: Oblique aerial view of Mount St. Helens as viewed from the north, sequence (4A-J) showing about the first 30 seconds of the second eruptive pulse of July 22, 1980. Photographs 4A-J (photos nos. 3-12) taken at about 3-second intervals beginning at 1825:20±5 PDT; photograph 4J taken about 6 second after 4I. Arrow (4H) indicates projection from pyroclastic fountain. Dashed line (4H) indicates front of pyroclastic density flow. Skamania County, Washington. (Photos by J.W. Vallance; graphic on published photos only; see also MSH-July 22, 1980 nos. 5ct-15ct in USGS Photo Library) Published as figure 4-C in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 1335. 1986. Index card unavailable.
Album Caption:Flowers in Mrs. Conley's garden, Valdez. Handwritten note on album caption: Photo by R.H. Sargent.Valdez, Alaska Gulf.
Album caption: Metasta Mtns. from stat. 13. Looking N. 30 de. E. July 8. (From 45 to 48 incl. are to show plateau feature, the level sky line of mtns., but 48 falls off into Nabesna Valley in right.) Alaska. n.d. No index card available.
San Fernando Earthquake. February 1971. Fence that spans part of the shear zone was shoved out over curb, view to northwest along southwest side of Bromont, this photo is nearly across the street from the house in Photo wreb0525 and both are about 100 feet southeast of the displaced curb in Photo wreb0524.
San Fernando Earthquake. February 1971. Fence that spans part of the shear zone was shoved out over curb, view to northwest along southwest side of Bromont, this photo is nearly across the street from the house in Photo wreb0525 and both are about 100 feet southeast of the displaced curb in Photo wreb0524. Feb 11, 1970.
Album caption: A freight barge being pushed by our boat. Bags of ore are stacked along each side. The Geological Survey's Peterborough canoes are in the left center. These will be used on the trip up the Porcupine and Sheenjek Rivers. No index card.
Album caption: This sailboat was used to travel to Isla Caja de Muertos to complete topographic mapping of the small island southeast of Ponce. The high mountains in the background are in the Cordillera Central. The highest point in Puerto Rico is Cerro de Punta, 4389 feet above sea level, and which can be seen in this photograph. Columbus followed the south coast of the island and in these waters on his second voyage in 1493. (Photos 24 and 25 were taken by me in December 1942 with a Rolleiflex camera.) No index card.
Album caption: Laguna Condado in San Juan. Fort San Geronimo is in the left center near the break in the shoreline. No index card.
Album caption: Canyon in till and lava on Kotsina Crossing Creek, from one mile below crossing, looking S. 10 deg. W. No index card available.
Album caption: Dead timber in the country southwest of Yokam Hill. Coos County, Oregon. n.d. Index card: Burned timber S.W. of Yokam Hill. Coos County, Oregon.
Album caption: San Joaquin River survey, California. South Fork, San Joaquin River. Rodman "fording" at Mono Crossing. Photo by J.G. Staack, topographer, in 1912. Handwritten notes on album caption: Kaiser quad., Fresno County No index card Note on photograph: Negative destroyed by authority of administrative geologist
Slide caption: The Organ. Arches National Park, Utah. 1972. No index card.
Album caption: View along Tuolumne River, California, about one mile above Poopenaut Valley. Photograph by J.G. Staack, topographer, spring of 1912, while making profile survey. Handwritten notes on album caption: Yosemite quad, Calif., Tuolumne County No index card
Album caption: Folds in Ocoee dolomitic siltstone. Great Smoky Mountains, Chilhowee Reservoir, Tennessee. April 1959. No index card.