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Album caption: E.P. Davis and party, detailed survey Leadville district, Colo. special area, 1911. Topographic branch. Picture by R.B. Marshall, chief geographer. Handwritten notes on album caption: Lake County Index card: Topographic party making accurate surveys. Lake County, Colorado. 1911.
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Album caption and index card: View west from the summit of Mount Lincoln. The foreground is the continuation from Bross to Lincoln. At the right are the buildings highest mine in the United States. In the distance is the Sawatch Range, lying west of the Arkansas. The prominent peaks in the range are Grand, Elbert, La Plata, and Harvard, the highest mountains in the whole Rocky Mountain chain. Lake, Park, and Summit Counties, Colorado. 1873.
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Album caption: Leadville district, Colorado, special survey, triangulation signal, 1911. E.P. Davis, topographer. Picture by R.B. Marshall, chief geographer. Handwritten notes on album caption: Lake County Index card: Triangulation signal. Lake County, Colorado. 1911.
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Album caption and index card: The Sawatch Range, looking nearly north to Tennessee Pass, at the extreme right, the Mount of the Holy Cross, and at the left Grand or Massive Mountains, whose height is 14,368 feet. Tennessee Pass is 10,418 feet above sea-level. Park, Lake and Eagle Counties, Colorado. 1873.
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The Sawatch Range, looking west across the Arkansas to Twin Lakes, about 10 miles distant. Beyond them extends the valley or canyon of Lake Creek up to Red Mountain Pass, on the summit of the range. These lakes are the trough or bed of an old glacier that once filled the valley. On the right is an immense lateral moraine bounding the lake on that side, and on the other is another of less prominence. Upon either side are Elbert and La Plata Peaks, the two next in height to Harvard. Chaffee and Lake Counties, Colorado. 1873.
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The Twin Lake, a distant view, as seen from an elevation of 800 feet above them, on one of the spurs of Mount Elbert. Lake County, Colorado. 1873. Photo same as no. 383.
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Talus at head of Evans amphitheater. Lake County, Colorado. 1913. Plate 10-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 148. 1927.
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Falls on Lake Creek, in the same crevice over which hangs the suspended boulder mentioned in Jackson, W.H. 388, this view being made from above, looking down into it, the falls and the bridge being separated only a few yards. Lake County, Colorado. 1873.
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City of Leadville from Carbonate Hill. Lake County, Colorado. 1908. Panorama in four parts. Photos 24, 25, 26 and 27. (see ijd00025, ijd00026, ijd00027)
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Album caption: Iowa Gulch, Leadville, Colo. Special map, photogrpahy by S.E. Taylor, Oct. 1911. Survey owns glass negative in laboratory. Handwritten notes on album caption: Canon City quadrangle, Lake County Index card: Head of Iowa Gulch. Lake County, Colorado. 1911.
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Album caption and index card: View over the summits of the Sawatch Range, from the top of La Plata, at an elevation of 14,302 feet. View around to the north. Prominent on the right is Elbert's Peak, which is 14,324 feet high. Next to it in the distance, are the Grand and Holy Cross Mountains, and on the left the same wilderness of nameless peaks. Chaffee, Lake, and Eagle Counties, Colorado. 1873. (Panorama with nos. 1330-1333; jwh01330, jwh01331, jwh01332, jwh01333; 1341; jwh01341)


map background search result map search result map Harrison smelter and Leadville. Lake County, Colorado. 1908. Bon Air shaft house and dumps. Leadville, Colorado. 1908. City of Leadville from Carbonate Hill. Lake County, Colorado. 1908. (Panorama in four parts.) Shaft house and works Wolftone mine. Leadville, Colorado. 1908. Concentration plant Moyer mine. Leadville, Colorado. 1908. View west from the summit of Mount Lincoln. The foreground is the continuation from Bross to Lincoln. Lake, Park, and Summit Counties, Colorado. 1873. The Sawatch Range, looking west across the Arkansas to Twin Lakes, about 10 miles distant. Chaffee and Lake Counties, Colorado. 1873. The Sawatch Range, looking nearly north to Tennessee Pass. Park, Lake, and Eagle Counties, Colorado. 1873. View over the summits of the Sawatch Range, from the top of La Plata. Chaffee, Lake, and Eagle Counties, Colorado. 1873. Iowa Gulch, Leadville, Lake County, Colorado. 1911. Detailed survey in the Leadville district, Lake County, Colorado. 1911. Triangulation signal, Leadville district, Lake County, Colorado. 1911. The Sawatch Range, looking west across the Arkansas to Twin Lakes, about 10 miles distant. Chaffee and Lake Counties, Colorado. 1873. Harrison smelter and Leadville. Lake County, Colorado. 1908. Bon Air shaft house and dumps. Leadville, Colorado. 1908. City of Leadville from Carbonate Hill. Lake County, Colorado. 1908. (Panorama in four parts.) Shaft house and works Wolftone mine. Leadville, Colorado. 1908. Concentration plant Moyer mine. Leadville, Colorado. 1908. Detailed survey in the Leadville district, Lake County, Colorado. 1911. Triangulation signal, Leadville district, Lake County, Colorado. 1911. Iowa Gulch, Leadville, Lake County, Colorado. 1911. View west from the summit of Mount Lincoln. The foreground is the continuation from Bross to Lincoln. Lake, Park, and Summit Counties, Colorado. 1873. View over the summits of the Sawatch Range, from the top of La Plata. Chaffee, Lake, and Eagle Counties, Colorado. 1873. The Sawatch Range, looking nearly north to Tennessee Pass. Park, Lake, and Eagle Counties, Colorado. 1873.