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Album caption: Upstream view, Girand dam site at Diamond Creek. 9-22-22. E.C.L. Handwritten notes on album caption: Arizona; WSP 556, Pl. 45-A. Index card: Upstream view, Girand dam site at Diamond Creek. Mohave County, Arizona. September 22, 1922. Published as portion of Figure 69-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 1132. 1980. Published as Plate XLV-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Water-Supply Paper 556. 1925.
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Album caption: Downstream view of the Canyon of the Colorado from right bank showing dam site three miles below Diamond Creek. Water level 1295. 10-7-23. E.C.L. Handwritten notes on album caption: Arizona. Index card: Downstream view of the Canyon of the Colorado from right bank showing dam site three miles below Diamond Creek. Mohave County, Arizona. October 7, 1923.
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Album caption: A view looking up the canyon of Little Colorado River from point at its mouth. 8-13-23. E.C.L. Handwritten notes on album caption: Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. Index card: A view looki9ng up the canyon of Little Colorado River from point at its mouth. Grand Canyon National Park. Coconino County, Arizona. August 13, 1923.
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Album caption and index card: Colorado River canyon looking downstream from point 3 miles above Lees Ferry. Coconino County, Arizona. May 8, 1921.
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Album caption and index card: The mouth of Two Hundred and Ninemile Canyon is seen across the river from this camera station in a small cove at Granite Park, 336 kilometers below Lees Ferry. The first cliffs above the river to the right of the canyon mouth are remnants of a basalt flow and are preserved here, as elsewhere along this reach of the Grand Canyon on the inside of a meander bend. The willow at left is one of those seen from a distance hill in photo no. 77. Once these plants have developed a large enough root system, they withstand considerable buffeting by floods in the broad valley at Granite Park. A well-developed flood-line community can be seen across the river at the mouth of Two Hundred and Ninemile...
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Album caption: Eight slightly different views of Rainbow Bridge, looking downstream. Noon. Rainbow Bridge National Monument. San Juan County, Utah. October 6, 1921. Index card: Rainbow Natural Bridge, looking downstream. The bridge spans a narrow inner canyon in which joins Colorado River 6.5 miles below mouth of San Juan RIver. Rainbow Bridge National Monument. San Juan County Utah. October 6, 1921. (The bridge attains a height of 309 feet above the creek, or 235 feet above the top of the inner canyon, and has a span of 278 feet.) Published as plate 6 in U.S. Geological Survey. Water-suply paper 556.1925. Note: Eight slightly different views of Rainbow Bridge. E.C. La Rue photograph numbers 233-235 (lec00233a,...
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Album caption: View of Marble Canyon at the mouth of Soap Creek, Left Center. Coconino County, Arizona. May 9, 1921. Index card: No index card.
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Album caption and index card: View from the end of the trial at the rim of the canyon, fifteen hundred feet above the river. The mouth of the Paria River shows in the lower right hand corner of the picture. The entrance of the Colorado River into Marble Canyon shows in the center of the picture. Coconino County, Arizona. May 7, 1921.
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Album caption: Panorama showing low walls and region that would be flooded if a high dam were build at Lee Ferry. Halls Crossings enters the Colorado River around the bend to the right of photograph 216. Navajo Mountian shows (faintly) at the right of the photograph 216 like an inverted bowl 31 miles away. The Henry Mountians , 44 miles from Halls crossing, to the north (left?). Bull Frog Creek enters from the left. Halls Crossing is 98 miles below the mouth of Green River and 37 miles above the San Juan. About 40 square miles at left in photograph 217 lies under the 3,900 foot contour. Noon. Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. October 4, 1921. Index card: Continuation of view shown in preceeding picture swinging...
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Album caption: Marble Canyon at the mouth of Soap Creek. Characters on the right are Kolb and Brown. Coconino County, arizona. May 9, 1921. Index card: No index card.


map background search result map search result map Views of Rainbow Bridge, San Juan County, Utah. 1921. Upstream view, Girand dam site at Diamond Creek. Grand Canyon National Park, Mohave County, Arizona. 1922. Panorama near Lee Ferry, Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1921. View of Marble Canyon at the mouth of Soap Creek, Coconino County, Arizona, 1921. Marble Canyon at the mouth of Soap Creek, Coconino County, Arizona. 1921. View from the rim of the canyon, Coconino County, Arizona. 1921. Colorado River canyon looking downstream, Coconino County, Arizona. 1921. The mouth of Two Hundred and Ninemile Canyon is seen across the river from this camera station in a small cove at Granite Park. Grand Canyon National Park, Mohave County, Arizona. 1923. A view looking up the canyon of Little Colorado River from point at its mouth. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. 1923. Downstream view of the Canyon of the Colorado from right bank showing dam site three miles below Diamond Creek. Grand Canyon National Park, Mohave County, Arizona. 1923. Views of Rainbow Bridge, San Juan County, Utah. 1921. Panorama near Lee Ferry, Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah. 1921. View of Marble Canyon at the mouth of Soap Creek, Coconino County, Arizona, 1921. Marble Canyon at the mouth of Soap Creek, Coconino County, Arizona. 1921. View from the rim of the canyon, Coconino County, Arizona. 1921. Colorado River canyon looking downstream, Coconino County, Arizona. 1921. Upstream view, Girand dam site at Diamond Creek. Grand Canyon National Park, Mohave County, Arizona. 1922. The mouth of Two Hundred and Ninemile Canyon is seen across the river from this camera station in a small cove at Granite Park. Grand Canyon National Park, Mohave County, Arizona. 1923. Downstream view of the Canyon of the Colorado from right bank showing dam site three miles below Diamond Creek. Grand Canyon National Park, Mohave County, Arizona. 1923. A view looking up the canyon of Little Colorado River from point at its mouth. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. 1923.