Herbert E. Gregory photograph collection, 1900-1944  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Collector
Gregory, Herbert E. (Herbert Ernest), 1869-1952
Title
Herbert E. Gregory photograph collection
Dates
1900-1944 (inclusive)
Quantity
3288 photographs
Collection Number
P0013
Summary
The Herbert E. Gregory photograph collection contains images documenting various expeditions. Includes photographs of the geology of southern Utah, northern Arizona and Nevada, and eastern California. Also includes photographs of the Navajo and Hopi Indians and of the Indians and geology of Peru.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 801-581-8863
SPCreference@lists.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

The following brief biography is from "Who's Who in America," 1938-1939, New York, Marquis Co. The same reference is given in a footnote in the Utah Historical Quarterly, Vol. 7, 1939, page 10:

Gregory, Herbert Ernest, 1869-1952--Geologist.

He was born in Middleville, Michigan, October 15, 1869. He was the son of George and Jane (Bross) Gregory. He graduated with an A. B. degree from Yale University in 1896, and with a Ph.D. in 1899. He married Edna Earle Hope of Charleston, South Carolina, June 30, 1908.

He was an assistant in biology at Yale, 1896-98; instructor in physical geography, 1898-1901; assistant professor in physiography, 1901-1914; Silliman professor, geology, 1904-1936; professor emeritus since 1936, Yale; also director Bermoce P. Bishop Museum, 1919-36. He was a Geologist for the U.S. Geological Survey, Regent at the University of Hawaii, Chairman for the Committee on Pacific Investigations National Research Council, and Fellow of the Geological Society of America, member of the Association of American Geographers, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, American Philosophical Society, and author of various papers on geology in government and scientific publications.

His address at the time of the above was: Bishop Museum, Honolulu, T.H. He died January 23, 1952, and was buried at Honolulu, Hawaii.

References: Zion-Bryce Natural History Association, Bulletin Number 3. "A Geologic and Geographic Sketch of Zion National Park" by Herbert E. Gregory. 3rd edition, January 1947.

From the editor:

Dr. Herbert E. Gregory has been coming to this region nearly every year since 1900 to spend several months in southern Utah's scenic wonderlands, trying to piece together the story of the ancient past.

During this period of years Dr. Gregory has become intimately acquainted with this region. He visited it first on foot or horseback with native Indians as guides. Now he flies over it in grand airplanes and photographs in a few minutes areas that required days or weeks to even reach some forty years ago.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection consists of fourteen books of photographs and two boxes of negatives on the geology of southern Utah and northern Arizona, Nevada and eastern California. They are taken over the period 1900-1944. Also featured are the Navajo and Hopi Indians and one book on the Indians and geology of Peru, South America; as well as the geology of New Zealand, Tahiti, Australia and Hawaii.

The books are arranged by expedition in chronological order, beginning with 1900. Some photographs were taken at later dates and placed anachronistically with the relevant subject matter. Such photographs are found on the back side of the pages.

Several numbering systems have been used to organize the photographs; in this register the photographs are consecutively numbered as they appear in the books, 1-3288 (some number are used twice and some are skipped, so the number does not accurately reflect the number of items in the collection). Some photographs also have a "G" number which might refer to a Gregory collection. Others also have a USGS number designating those possibly used in a Geological Survey bulletin. Another numbering is preceded with N.M., a New Mexico collection, or so designated. Not all are Gregory photographs; other photographers were with him on most trips. In this register photographers are noted, but not continuously.

In some cases numbers occur twice, (560-569, for example, repeat, referencing two different sets of photographs). To differentiate the two sets the second set has an "a" following the number. In the case of loose original photographs stored in Box 9, (these are individual photographs with separate identification, but in the overall numbering sequence were taken to be missing) a lower case letter follows the last number used. In one instance this alternative numbering goes to e.

The captions that accompany the photographs vary from simple name identification to explanations of the faults, stratification and varieties of sandstone, limestone, etc. This register is primarily intended as a guide. Some captions are copied verbatim, while the lengthier ones give the subject, location, date and photographer. The books have several names for rocks; generally names are copied as found in the books.

Many photographs are missing, although their captions and numbers remain. Some are loose photographs found in Box 9. These have been cross-referenced when possible. Missing photographs are noted. Also, other photographs of a later period which were not mounted and many duplicates are in Box 9, "Miscellaneous Photographs." A large number of these are duplicates of the photographs in the books and are labeled as such.

The negatives in Boxes 10 and 11 are numbered according to the book and page in which the photograph appears. About one third of the collection has corresponding negatives.

The following is a brief description of the book condition and contents. Photographs are listed by number and accompanied with the caption in the inventory section.

Book Summaries:

Book 1. Book Condition: Poor. The binding is completely gone, and the pages are stored in a flat box. The book documents a trip from Flagstaff, Arizona to Milford, Utah, May-July 1900. The pictures, however, include the Arkansas River Great Gorge and Hogback Mountain near Colorado Springs. The book contains rare photographs of the Hopi Tribes' snake dance ceremony and the consequent, and rarely photographed, act of priest purification. Other pictures include the Grand Canyon, known then as the Colorado Canyon, a petrified forest, the Kaibab Plateau, the San Francisco Mountains, and a number of photographs documenting lava flows in that region. Later photographs are found on the back of some pages. There is an explanatory note with photograph credits on the first page and a map of Arizona with the trip drawn in black ink. Negatives for pages 54-72 are in Box 10, Fd 1.

Book 2. Book Condition: Good. The binding is loose, but intact. The subject matter is largely geologic formations in the north and northeast Arizona and southern Utah. Areas included are Canyon Bonito, Fort Defiance, Buells Park, Beautiful Valley, Ganado, Sunrise Springs, Biddenoche, Lucasaca Spring, Twin Buttes, Big Burro Springs, Leupp, Tuba (Arizona), Canyon de Chelly, Goodridge, Utah, Bluff, Utah, and the Grand Falls of the Little Colorado. Because of the amount of technical data in the captions, the captions are abbreviated in the register, signifying subject and location. Negatives: Box 10, Fd 2, 3.

Book 3. Book Condition: Poor. Binding has fallen off; mostly held together by the remaining strings. Some pages are loose. Subjects include: Navajo and Hopi, Arizona, 1909, 1913. Navajo Reservation: Pictures of Navajo life (many by Schwenberger), noted individuals, games, hogans (summer and winter), portraits of Navajo people and weaving. Some are colored postcard pictures. Ganado, Arizona. Pictures of Hopi life, corn dance-photographs 244-251, Oraibi and Walpi (Hopi villages). Other subjects: Gregory, number 292 and Little Colorado River.

Photographs: 165-292. Negatives: Box 10, Fd 4, 5.

Book 4. Book Condition: Good. Binding has fallen off, but the book remains intact. Subjects are the Navajo and San Juan River region, 1910. McElmo Valley, Co., LaPlata sandstone, views around Olijato, Utah., Agathla Needle, Volcanic Needle, Monument Pass, Betatakin cliff ruins (Number 363), Navajo Mountain, Owl Bridge (Number 396), San Juan River, Rainbow Bridge, Arches, Barohdini Bridge (Number 396), Navajo Canyon dinosaur tracks (Number 405), Gregory's pack train (Number 421), photographic prints from San Juan Oil Field, San Juan County, Utah, taken by E. G. Woodruff (Number 157a-173), and Canyon de Chelly.

Photographs: 293-423. Negatives: Box 10, Fd 6,7.

Book 5. Book Condition: Good. Binding is loose, but book is intact.

The Fort Defiance area and its land formations; primarily geologic formations, Choiskai Mt., Todilto Park, Moqui Buttes, Twin Buttes, erosion, crossbedding, Shinarump Dolores west of Chinle, Whiskey Creek, Sonsala Buttes, fossil trees, petrified wood south of Tsen-a-kahn, Chinlee, Round Rock, Navajo loom, Nazlini Canyon, stone hut-Cottonwood wash, Steamboat Canyon, White Cone.

Photographs: 424-576. Negatives: Box 10, Fd 8, 9.

Book 6. Book Condition: Good. Binding is loose, but book is intact. Subject include the Navajos, 1913. Badlands, Chinle sand dunes, Bonito Canyon, wash and Permian Cliffs, Kit Carson monument (Number 613), Canyon de Chelly, Grand Falls, Little Colorado, standing petrified tree, Carrizo Creek and wash, petrified forest, Navajo Mountain, Artist's Ridge, Pahute Park, Baigaide Mt, Holbrook, Canon Diablo, wind etching in Tuba Desert.

Photographs: 577-781. Negatives: Box 11, Fd 1, 2.

Book 7. Book Condition: Excellent. No signs of decay. Navajo, 1913, 1914. Carrizo Mts, Mexican water, Chejin-Dezah Canyon, Blue Canyon, Painted Desert, Navajo Mt, Navajo-Moki photos, 1914, March Pass, Church Rock, Blue Canyon, Monument uplift, Tuba Desert.

Photographs: 782-965. Negatives: Box 11, Fd 3, 4.

Book 8. Book Condition: Dilapidated. The binding has been removed and the separated pages are stored in a flat box. Navajo, 1915. San Juan area: Kaiparowits (1915, 1918, 1922), Ethnology, (Poley) Kanab 1922, California-Nevada, 1924, Kanab.

G1-G81: Coconino Co., Arizona, Lees Ferry, Paria and Colorado Rivers, Glen Canyon, Utah, Garfield Co., Utah, San Juan Co., Utah, Hanksville, Canyon Diablo to Walpi trip (photographs by Poley), Hopi Indians, "Four Corners Trip."

G82-G200: Capitol Reef, Emery Co., Utah, Wayne Co., Utah, Garfield Co., Utah, Kane Co., Utah.

G205-G289: Glen Canyon, Kane Co., Utah, Coconino Co., Arizona, Washington Co., Utah, Inyo Co., California--Death Valley.

Negatives: Box 11, Fd 8, 9.

Book 9.

Utah, California. 1924-1928. Kanab, 1924; Kaiparowits, 1924; California, 1925; San Juan, 1925, 27, 28. Limestone deposits in sandstone. Kane, Garfield, Panamint Valley, Mormon Point, San Juan Counties.

G576-- Cliff House ruins, White Canyon Ruins, Arch Canyon, and sandstone formations.

Photographs: G406-G576.

Negatives: Box 11, Fd 6, 7.

Book 10. Book Condition: Good. Binding is loose, but still intact. Many of the photographs are missing. San Juan sandstone formations. Photographs numbering several series.

Negatives: Box 11, Fd 8, 9.

Book 11. Book Condition: Excellent. Washington, Kane, Garfield, Iron Counties. Sandstone formations in Zion, Bryce, and Kane County. Stages of flood in branch of Parunuweap Canyon. Views of Zion, Bryce, and Iron County. Basalt flows, shale, Kane County. Sandstone, Garfield and Iron County.

Photographs: 834-1052 (one series). No negatives.

Book 12. Book Condition: Excellent. Colorado Plateau Province. 1942-1944.

Geology: Iron (1942), Washington, Garfield and Kane Counties (1944). Gothic Arch, Natural Bridge, Panguitch, Garfield, Sevier River, Dairy Canyon, Kane Co., Asay Creek, Garfield Co., Rock Creek Canyon, Garfield, Paria Valley, abandoned Adairville, Kaibab Creek, Kane Co., Hole-in-the-Rock, Garfield Co. 1944, Escalante Canyon and River, walls of Navajo Sandstone, Big Bend Camp. P. 59, Coal Creek, Iron Co., Parowan Canyon, Iron Co., Virgin River, Washington, Antimony Canyon, Garfield, Sevier River, Aquarius Plateau (head of Antimony Creek), Road Canyon, Kane Co., Village of Paria, Kane Co., Five Pines, Washington Co., Flood Canyon, Vermilion Cliffs, Kane Co., Paria River and Canyon.

Negatives: Box 11, Fd 10.

Book 13. Book Condition: Fair. The binding has come off, but the book is still intact. The book is titled "Yale Peruvian Expeditions." A variety of photographers are listed on the first page. The numbers are the originals and therefore do not coincide with this filing system. They are listed here for documentation and reference.

"Photographs taken on Yale Peruvian Expeditions, 1911-1915

Photograph number 1-95: H.W. Foote

Photograph number 97, 2475: ?

Photograph number 101-367: W.G. Erving

Photograph number 504-916, 1002-1422: H.L.Tucker

Photograph number 1450-1919, 2507-2712, 2713-3114:?

Photograph number 3122, 3195, 11068, P-42-3: H. Bingham

Photograph number 2001-2474: I. Bowman

Photograph number 3501--3970: L.T. Nelson

Photograph number 4001-4027, 4029-4094, 4096-4100: H.E. Gregory

Photograph number 4028, 4602, 5501-5594: K.C. Heald

Photograph number 4095 and unnumbered photos: Mrs. H.E. Gregory

Photograph number 4615, 4625: G.F. Eaton

Photograph number 5201-5238, 5242-5349, 5357-5407: A.H. Bumstead

Photograph number 5239: P.O. Hardy

Photograph number 5595-5600: R. Stephenson

Cuzco Valley, Rodadero, San Geronimo, La Paz Valley, Hijadero Valley, Titicaca Island, Lake Titicaca, Reed boat on Lake Titica, Uros Indian floating Totora reeds to Ancoaqui, Indian rubble wall, Brick Yard San Sebastian, Quechna children and woman, graveyard, Cuzco, many pictures of Indians at work, Old Spanish bells, thatched stone houses.

Part two: Tahiti, 1915. Many views. New Zealand, 1916, Australia, 1916, South Australia, 1916, Central Australia, 1916, many pictures of camel pack trains, Hawaii, 1926.

No negatives.

Box 9. Miscellaneous Photographs.

Fd 1-12. Photographs. Extra copies of many. Also those which have come loose from the books, and the last few taken which were never mounted.

Box 10. Negatives.

Fd 1-9. Negatives for Books 1-5.

Box 11. Negatives.

Fd 1-11. Negatives for Books 6-12.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The library does not claim to control copyright for all materials in the collection. An individual depicted in a reproduction has privacy rights as outlined in Title 45 CFR, part 46 (Protection of Human Subjects). For further information, please review the J. Willard Marriott Library’s Use Agreement and Reproduction Request forms.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: Herbert E. Gregory photograph collection, P0013, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott Library. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Following Citations: P0013.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1 Book 1 Trip From Flagstaff to Milford, Utah
Note on first page:Views in this book to illustrate trip from Flagstaff to Milford, Utah, May-July 1900.Prof. R.E. Dodge, W.U. Davis, Tempest Anderson, H.E. Gregory, Richard Weatherill (Guide), R.N. Barrett.Prints on papers 1-23 were taken by H.H. Robinson except where otherwise indicated--also 4"x5"s on other pages. Prints 2.25"x4.5" from films of R.E. Dodge.Includes also:Survey of Navajo Reservation 1909 (in part)Grand Canyon views, various dates
  • 1: "Canyon City, Colorado, 1900 Hogback"
  • 2: "Royal Gorge of Arkansas River, 1900"
  • 3: "Royal Gorge, Colo"
  • 4: "Hogback, Canyon City, Colo"
  • 5: "Rio Grande River at Albuquerque N.M. 1900. Effect of Flood." The photograph shows a railroad bridge that has washed out.
  • 6: "On Santa Fe R.R. We-- Mexico, 1900"
  • 7: "Grub Wagon near Winslow, Arizona, 1900"
  • 8: "Crossing Little Colorado, 1900"
  • 9: "Oraibi Wash, 1900"
  • 10: "Cinder cones near Flagstaff"
  • 11-13: "Petrified Forest, Adamana, 1900"
  • 14: "Crossing Arroyo North of Winslow, Arizona, 1900"
  • 15: "Sheep corral, Oraibi, 1900"
  • 16: "Peach tree Oraibi?, 1900"
  • 17: "Mesa west of Oraibi Wash, 1900"
  • 18: "Hopi corn Oraibi Wash, 1900"
  • 19: "Hopi and Melon, 1900"
  • 20: "Cactus typical, Moki reservation, 1900"
  • 21: "Hopi Indian, 1900"
  • 22: "Navajo 1900" Snake Dance I, Oraibi
  • 23: "Snake Kisi, Booth with box concealing snakes"
  • 24-25: "Snake Dance, Priests in line," "Priest Dancing" Snake Dance II, 1900, Oraibi
  • 26-27: "Snake Dance, Priests carrying snakes, Oraibi 1900" Snake Dance III, 1900, Oraibi
  • 28-29: "Snake Dance" Snake Dance IV, Oraibi, 1900
  • 30: "The purification (Snake Dance)"
  • 31: "Purification Snake Dance, Snake Kiva in Center" Snake Dance V, Oraibi, 1900
  • 32: "Snake Dance (Purification)"
  • 33: "Snake Dance" Snake Dance VI, Oraibi, 1900
  • 34: "Snake Dance, Examining a Rattler"
  • 35: "Snake Dance, A Rattlesnake"
  • 36: "Hopi Family"
  • 37: "Hopi kid"
  • 38-39: "Hopi Belles"
  • 40: "Navajo Woman making blanket inside hogan"
  • 41: "Hopi scene, Oraibi, 1900"
  • 42: "Walnut Canyon, Cross bedding"
  • 43: Caption missing. Cliff houses.
  • 44: "Cinder cone near San Francisco Mt. with lava flow in front, 1900"
  • 45: "San Francisco Mt."
  • 46: "Walnut Canyon near Flagstaff"
  • 47: "Looking across Little Colorado....Echo cliffs in background." Photograph is on the back side of page 20.
  • 48: "Colorado Canyon"
  • 49: "David White and Gregory at "fern quarry" fossil ferns in Herneil (sp?) shale. Wallies photo 1928" Back side of pg 21.
  • 50: "San Francisco Forest, North of Flagstaff, 1900"
  • 51: "Cinders, San Francisco Mt., 1900"
  • 52: "Sufai SS near O'Neil Butte Yoki trail Grand Canyon. Dr. Giemoro points to fossil tracks. Wallies 1928." Back side of pg 22.
  • San Francisco Mts., 1900
  • 53: "Lava"
  • 54: "Cinders"
  • 55: "Sheep grazing"
  • 56: "Footprints on Sufai SS, Yoki trail 1928 Wallies" Back side of pg 23. San Francisco Mts-between Flagstaff and Canyon
  • 57: "General view San Francisco Mountain region"
  • 58: "San Francisco Mt. from Observatory Hill"
  • 59: "Near Red Mesa?"
  • 60: "Suspension bridge mouth of Bright Angel (built 1926?) Dr. White, Gregory, Mr. Sturdevail" Back side of pg 24.
  • 61: "Lava flows"
  • 62: "Barrett, Gregory"
  • 63: No caption. General vista.
  • 64: "Coconino Forest"
  • 65: "Bridge over Colorado, mouth of Bright Angel looking south up zig-zag trail 1928" Back side of pg 25.
  • 66-67: "Coconino Forest" Two views.
  • 68-69: "San Francisco Mt" Two views.
  • 70: "Gravel terrain, Bright Angel Creek, 1/2+ miles above Box canyon" Back side of 26.
  • 71: "At Grand View"
  • 72: "Mescal stalk at Copper Mine Canyon, Grand View Trail?"
  • 73: "Grand View House?"
  • 74: "Spur bearing gravel, Bright Angel Creek 1928," Back side of pg 27.
  • 75: "San Francisco Mts. across Lava Field 1900"
  • 76: "Looking up Phancone Canyon" Back side of pg 29.
  • 77: "Canyon at Haucer Trail 1900"
  • 78: "Looking up Bright Angel Creek" from rim. Back side of pg 30.
  • 79-81: "Views near Hance's trail 1900"
  • 82: "Grand Canyon"
  • 83: "Beecher, Seymon, On Copper Mine Trail, Giant Mescals"
  • 84: No caption.
  • 85: "At the river"
  • 86-88: "Colorado Canyon 1900." Various views of rocks.
  • 89: "Plateau south of Grand Canyon"
  • 90: "Lava flow in Consequent Valley between Grand View and Tanner's Crossing 1900"
  • 91: "Halfway House, Hance's Trail?, Looking East?"
  • 92: "Lava-Limestone Valley and SF Mt., 1900"
  • 93: "Locketts Fault in lava, 1900"
  • 94: "Slab talus near Little Colorado at Tanner's Crossing, 1900"
  • 95: "Little Colorado Cliffs, 1900"
  • 96: "Moencopie Wash, between Tanner's Crossing and Tuba, 1900"
  • 97: "Tempest Anderson, W.U. Davis, Road out of Little Colorado, Tanner's Crossing, 1900"
  • 98: "15 M NE Little Colorado at Tanner's Crossing, 1900"
  • 99-100: "Dike along Moencopie Wash, below Tuba, 1900"
  • 101: "Moencopie Wash, Irrigation, near Tuba, 1900"
  • 102: "Cliffs near Tuba, Moencopie Wash, 1900"
  • 103: "Willow springs, Echo Cliffs, 1900"
  • 104: "Mouth of Paria River, Colorado River"
  • 105: "Dugway, Lee's Ferry, 1900"
  • 106-11: "Lee's Ferry," various views.
  • 112: "The Marble Platform near Lee's Ferry, 1900"
  • 113: "W.M.D. Eroded slopes, Vermillion Cliffs, 1900"
  • 114-16: "Landslides, Vermillion Cliffs, 1900" Various views.
  • 117-20: "Landslides, Jacob's Well, 1900"
  • 121: "Kaibab Monocline, E. limb, 1900"
  • 122: "Kaibab Monocline and subsequent valley, 1900"
  • 123: "Distant view W. Kaibab Fault, 1900"
  • 124: "Barrett, Gregory, 1900"
  • 125: "Outlier (Permian?) and Cone near Fredonia, 1900"
  • 126: "Mt. Trumbull Range"
  • 127: "W.U.D. Cones, Mt. Trumbull"
  • 128: "Cones near Mt. Trumbull, lava in foreground"
  • 129: "Camp, Mt. Trumbull"
  • 130-32: Various views of Mt. Trumbull area.
  • 133: "View down Taroweap Valley toward Vulcan's Throne"
  • 134-141: Vulcan Throne area.
  • 142: "Cone near Oak Spring"
  • 143-4: "Virgin River at crossing south of Toquerville, 1900"
  • 145: "Looking down Virgin River, 1900"
  • 146: "Lava Contact and Hurricane Fault, 1900"
  • 147: "Temples of the Virgin, 1900"
  • 148: "A basin range, Toquerville region, 1900"
  • 149: "Camp Toquerville, irrigation ditch, 1900"
  • 150-57: Various views of Minersville, Utah, 1900
  • 158: "Milford, Utah, 1900"
  • 159: "Graded Plain south of Milford"
  • 160: "Shore line south of Provo, 1900"
  • 161: "Camp, Utah, 1900"
  • 162: "Navajos, Leupp, Arizona, 1909"
  • 163-65: "Petrified Forest near Beautiful Valley, Ganado, 1909"
  • 166: "Murphy's camp, Union Springs, 1909"
  • 167: "Many Waters, Lake and Logan, 1909"
  • 168: "Landslide. Shinarump cliffs, 1900"
  • 169: "Kaibab Plateau, 1900"
  • 170: "Lava; southwest base of Mr. Trumbull, 1900"
  • 171: "Pack team, Jacob's Well(?), 1900"
  • 172: "W.M. Davis and Tempest Anderson. Rim of Grand Canyon, 1900"
  • 173: "Wall of Kanab Canyon, near mouth, 1900"
  • 174: "Vulcan's Throne, north rim of Grand Canyon, 1900"
  • 175: "Cinder cones, north of San Francisco Mts., 1900"
  • 176: "Farmer Ant, Coconino Forest, 1900"
  • 177: "Perched block of Shinarump at base of Vermillion Cliffs, 1900"
  • 178: "Dike in LaPlata or Dolores, Moencopie Wash, near Tuba, 1900"
  • 179: "Pack team Steamboat Wash, 1909"
  • 180: "Coyote, Ganado, 1909"
  • 181: "Interior hogan, Cornfields, 1909"
  • 182: "New school well in cornfields near Newbert's store, 1909"
  • 183-4: Views of Sheep dip, Ganado, near Fort Defiance, 1909
  • 185: "Mr. Philip Lagels on Kearns Canyon Road, Indian Wells, 1909"
  • 186-7: "Concretions, Hlohala, 1909"
  • 188: "Black Rock near Ft. Defiance, 1909"
  • 189: "Well at Mission House, Tulchaw, 1909"
  • 190: "Windmill north of Holbrook, 1909"
  • 191: "Red sandstone with tuff top, between Biddehoche and Sunrise Springs, 1909"
  • 192: "Unconformable strata near Sunrise Springs, 1909"
  • 193: "Landslide near Sunrise Springs, 1909"
  • 194: "Monuments. General view between Gypsum Creek and Abajato, 1909"
  • 195: "Monument Pass. T. Leaden in the foreground, 1909"
1900 May-June
1 2 Book 2
  • 196: "Haystacks, St. Micheals, Arizona 1909" (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 197: "Shallow well in alluvium, Sister's School, St. Michaels, Arizona 1909"
  • 198: "Arroyo in Cienega (Meadow). St. Michaels, Arizona 1909"
  • 199-01: Various views of quartzite in Blue Canyon. (Number 200, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 202-06: Various views of Canyon Bonita. (Number 206, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 207: "Vegetation, Black Creek Valley, Arizona 1909"
  • 208: "Kit Carson's Monument, Fort Defiance, Arizona 1909"
  • 209: "Black Creek Valley, Fort Defiance, Arizona" (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 210: "Canyon Bonita, Ft. Defiance, Arizona 1908"
  • 211-12: Views of Ft. Defiance area.
  • 213: "General view of Haystacks, St. Michaels, Arizona 1909"
  • 214: "'The Window,' between "Haystacks" and Ft. Defiance, Arizona 1906"
  • 215: "Natural bridge between St. Michaels and Ft. Defiance"
  • 216: "Black Rock, Ft. Defiance, Arizona 1909" (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 217-18: "Conglomerate forming part of Black Rock, Ft. Defiance, Arizona 1909"
  • 219-21: "Hunter's Point. Black Creek Valley, Arizona 1909"
  • 222: "Monocline, Oak Springs, Black Creek Valley, Arizona 1909" (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 223-24: Views of Zilh-Tusayan, northwest of Ft. Defiance, Arizona 1909 (Number 223, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 225: "Top of plateau near sawmill, northwest of Ft. Defiance, Arizona 1909" (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 226-33: Views of Buells Park, north of Ft. Defiance, Arizona 1909. (Numbers 228-9, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 234-38: Views of Beautiful Valley, Fossil Forest, north of Ganado, Arizona 1909. (Numbers 234-5, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 239: "Top of plateau between St. Michaels and Ganado, Arizona 1909" (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 240: "Typical vegetation, elevation 5000-5500 feet, between St. Michaels and Ganado, Arizona 1909" (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 241-2: Views of Round Top, Ganado, Arizona 1909" (Number 241, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 243: Unnamed butte, "North of Ganado, Arizona 1909"
  • 244: "Hand drill at work, upper Chinlee Valley. 1909"
  • 245: "Pueblo Colorado Wash. Ganado, AZ. 1909" (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 246: "Dug well, Cornfields, south of Ganado, Arizona, 1909"
  • 247: "Store and well, Cornfields south of Ganado, Arizona, 1909"
  • 248: "Pueblo Colorado Wash. 1909"
  • 249: "Unconformity, southwest of Sunrise Springs, Arizona "(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 250: "Ancient landslides, southwest of Sunrise Springs, Arizona "(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 251-2: "Black Rock between Sunrise Springs and Biddehoche, Arizona, 1909.
  • 253: "Recemented volcanic conglomerate; near Black Rock, between Sunrise Springs and Biddehoche, Arizona, 1909"
  • 254-5: "Volcanic neck between Sunrise Spgs. and Biddehoche, Arizona"
  • 256: "Tuff resting on sandstone between Sunrise Spgs. and Biddehoche, AZ 1909"
  • 257: "Sandstone, Biddehoche, Arizona, 1909"
  • 258-9: "Tertiary clay shales interbedded with tuff, south of Biddehoche, Arizona, 1909"
  • 260: "Hill of tuff, Lucasaca Springs, west of Biddehoche, Arizona, 1909"
  • 261: "Tuff resting on sandstone, Lucasaca Springs, AZ"
  • 262: "Tuff on unevenly eroded sandstone, Lucasaca Springs, Arizona, 1909"
  • 263-4: "Lucasaca Springs, Arizona"
  • 265: "Camp. Indian allotting agent, Lucasaca Springs."
  • 266: "Volcanic necks and mesas," A picture of a watercolor.
  • 267-72: Various views of Twin Buttes, south of Biddehoche, Arizona, 1909. (Number 267, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 273-76: "Basalt-capped mesa with dike on Dolores, 8 south-southwest of Biddehoche, AZ 1909" (274) 6 miles south (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.); (275) 8 miles south (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.);(276) 9 miles south.
  • 277: "Volcanic names, north-northeast of Winslow, Arizona, 1909" (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 278: "Pyramid Butte, Chandler's Ranche, north-northeast of Winslow, Arizona, 1909"
  • 279-81: "Montezuma's Chair-a volcanic neck, northwest of Chandler's. 30 miles north-northwest of Winslow, AZ 1909"(Number 280, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 282-3: "Lower Coyote Wash, 35 miles north of Winslow, Arizona " (Number 283, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.) Looking west.
  • 284: "Hand drill at work, Lower Oraibi Wash, 4 miles below Burro Springs, Arizona. 1909"
  • 285: "Big Burro Springs, AZ. 1909"
  • 286: "Windmills with points driven into alluvial sand, 10 miles north of Holbrook, Arizona. 1909"
  • 287: "Lower Oraibi Wash, below Burrow Springs, Arizona. Alluvial deposit in bedrock. 1909"
  • 288-9: "Lower Oraibi Wash, below Burro Springs, Arizona. Character of alluvial filling. 1909" (Number 288, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 290: "Lower Oraibi Wash, 4 miles below Burro Springs, Arizona, Water channel in alluvium. 1909"
  • 291: Lower Oraibi Wash, 8 miles south of Burro Spgs. Mud balls. 1909"
  • 292-3: "Many Waters Lakes. 16 miles northeast of Leupp, Arizona. 1909" (Number 293, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 294: "General view near Many Waters Lakes, 16 miles northeast of Leupp, Arizona." (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 295: "Cliffs east of Little Colorado at Tolchaco, Arizona. 1909"
  • 296-7: "Bed of Little Colorado, Leupp, Arizona. June 1909"
  • 298: "Home-made power pump, Tolchaco, Arizona. 1909"
  • 299: "Bed of Little Colorado, Black Falls. June 1909"
  • "Little Colorado, Tanners Crossing. August 1909" (A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 300-2: "Grand Falls, Little Colorado River, May 1909"
  • 303: "Steamboat Wash, Arizona. 1909"
  • 304: "Keams Canyon (Mesa Verde strata)"
  • 305: "First Mesa Wash, near Walpi, Arizona, after shower. August 1909"
  • 306: "Top of Black Mesa at Onion Spgs., 12 miles northeast of Oraibi, Arizona. 1909"
  • 307: "Second Mesa Wash, looking west from Wepo Spgs, Arizona."
  • 308: "Wepo spgs., Az. 1909"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 309: "Shimopavi, AZ. Hopis digging out sacred spring. 1909"
  • 310: "General view, Mishonginivi and Shipauiluvi (Mesa Verde strata). 1909"
  • 311: "Sand dune, 5 miles north of Tuba, Arizona. 1909"
  • 312: "Drifting sand burying canyon, Tuba, Arizona. 1909" (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • "Reservoir canyon, Tuba, Arizona. 1908" (A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 313: "Reservoir canyon, Tuba, Arizona. 1908"
  • 314: "Cliffs at Lyon's Ranche, near Tuba, Arizona. 1909"
  • 315: "Canyon at Coal Mine, 15 miles southeast of Tuba, Arizona. 1909"
  • 316: "Ancient irrigation ditch. La Plata sandstone, Moencopie wash. 10 miles east of Tuba, Arizona. 1909"
  • 317: "Moencopie Wash, La Plata Strata, 12 miles east of Tuba, Arizona. Stephen Janus, photo. 1909"
  • 318: "Old Indian school, Moencopie Wash, Blue Canyon. 18 miles east of Tuba, Arizona. 1909"
  • 319-22: "Blue Canyon. 18 miles east of Tuba, Arizona. McElmo overlain by Dakota." "Peneplained surface. Blue Canyon"
  • 323-4: "Details, Blue Canyon, 18 miles east of Tuba, Arizona. 1909"
  • 325-36: "Canyon de Chelly," various views, 1909. (326) Peach Orchard; (327) rim near mouth; (328) North wall midway between Canyon del Muerto and Monument Canyon; (329) Junction with Canyon del Muerto; (330) Canyon del Muerto, 2 miles above mouth; (331-3) Various views in canyon; (334-6) Views of The Captains.
  • 337: "Dike of diabase, Whiskey Creek, Arizona. 1909"
  • 338: "Flat possible for irrigation. Wheat fields near Sonsola Buttes, Arizona. 1909"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 339-41: "View, Fort Defiance-Tolhatchie road, 12 miles from Fort Defiance. 1909"(Numbers 339-40, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 342: "Concretions, Hlohala, Arizona. 1909" (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 343: "The Church. 4 miles southeast of Hlohala, Arizona. 1909"
  • 344: "Slim Rock or Queen Rock, near Agathla Needle, Arizona. 1909"
  • 345: "Top of Carriso Mt. Arizona. 1909"
  • 346: "Jointing in trachyte top of Carriso Mt., Arizona. 1909"
  • 347-9: "San Juan River near Goodridge, Utah. Looking down stream, July 1909" "Head of Honaker trail"
  • 350: "Garden of the Gods, Moencopie strata, 5 miles north of Goodridge, Utah."
  • 351: "Cedar Mesa, Moencopie strata, 4 miles northwest of Goodridge, Utah."
  • 352: "San Juan River"
  • "San Juan Canyon. 6 miles below Goodridge, Utah." (A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 353-4: "San Juan Canyon, below Goodridge, Utah."
  • 355: "Oil well Goodridge, Utah. Oil struck, March 1908."
  • 356: "Artesian well (100 gallons per minute) at Twins, Bluff, Utah."
  • "View of Bluff, Utah, looking down south across San Juan River."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 357: "Portland Placer Gold Camp, San Juan River, 16 miles east of Bluff, Utah."
  • 358-60: "Buttes in Monument Valley, Utahah" "From the east."
  • "Mitten Butte, Monument Pass, Utah. (A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 361: "Organ Rock, Monument Valley"
  • 362-3: "The Mitten Butte, Monument Valley"
  • 364: "Monument Pass, Utah, from the east. 1909" (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • "Organ Rock, Moonlight Valley, Utah. 1909" (A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
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  • 365: "Sheep, Navajo reservation, 1909"
  • 366: "Wild horses, Little Colorado Valley, AZ. 1909"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 367: "Sheep Dip, Ganado, AZ. 1909"
  • 368: "Store, Indian Wells (Biddehoche), AZ. 1909"
  • 369: "Hubbell's Old Store, Ganado, AZ. 1909"
  • 370: "Hubbell's New Store, Ganado, AZ. Wagon loaded with wool. 1909"
  • 371: "Sheep and goats, Navajo Reservation, AZ. 1909"
  • 372: "Lunch camp, Coyote Wash, AZ. 1909"
  • 373: "Vegetation, Lower Oraibi Wash, AZ. 1909"
  • 374: "Sheep, Ganado, AZ."
  • 375: "Freighting in winter between Gallup and St. Michaels, AZ."
  • 376: "Freighting near St. Michaels."
  • 377: "Sheep at Water Hole, Burro Springs, AZ."
  • 378: "Sheep dip, Navajo reservation, AZ."
  • "Shooting jackrabbits, Navajo reservation, AZ."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 379: "Sheep, Little Colorado River, AZ."
  • 380: "Sheep and goats, near Tuba, AZ."
  • 381: "Driving well point. Navajo reservation, AZ."
  • 382: "Typical vegetation, Monument Pass, UT."
  • 383: [No caption] 20 mules in a train.
  • 384: "Indian freight team, Navajo reservation, AZ. 1909"
  • 385: "Indian fence, upper Chinlee valley, AZ. 1909"
  • 386: "Navajo corral. Red Lake (Tuba), AZ. 1909"
  • 387: "Navajo sweat house near Ganado, AZ. 1909"
  • 388: "Navajo mail carrier at Halfway House, on Tuba-Flagstaff road, AZ."
  • 389: "Navajo corral."
  • 390: "Navajo hogan and wagon, Black Falls, AZ. 1909"
  • 391: "Stiles' Ranche, Moqui Buttes, AZ. 1909"
  • 392-3: "Navajo camp, base of Carriso Mts., AZ. 1909"
  • 394: "Navajo hogan. Steamboat Wash, AZ. 1909"
  • 395: "Navajo summer hogan, Coyote Wash, AZ. 1909"
  • 396: "Navajo summer and winter hogans, Moa Ave., AZ. 1909"
  • 397: "Bridal couple, Lower Oraibi Wash. 1909"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 398: "Half coyote dog, Cornfields, near Ganado, AZ. 1909"
  • 399: "Hotel, Gallup. 1909"
  • 400: "Wild horse, Little Colorado Valley, AZ. 1909"
  • 401: "Burro, Ganado, AZ. 1909"
  • 402: "Navajo Charlie"
  • 403: "Navajo grave."
  • 404: "Navajo loom at Chinlee. Arnold, an Oxford graduate, Mrs. Arnold, a Navajo, and child. 1910"
  • 405: "Navajos at Singing, Black Creek valley, AZ."
  • 406: "Navajo Indians at games, Ganado, AZ. 1909"
  • "Navajo summer/winter hogan, Navajo reservations, AZ."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 407: "A Navajo 1910"
  • 408: "Navajo summer hogan. Navajo reservation, AZ."
  • 409: "Navajo goats at Burro Springs, AZ."
  • 410: "Navajo boy, Sunrise Springs, AZ, near Ganado. 1909"
  • 411: "Grover Cleveland and brother at home, Steamboat Wash, AZ 1910"
  • 412: "Navajos and whites, Sunrise Springs, AZ 1909"
  • 413: "Navajos at well, Ganado, AZ 1909"
  • 414-5: "Navajos traveling. 1909"
  • 416-7: "Navajo driving horses. Cottonwood Springs, Moqui Buttes, AZ 1909"
  • 418-24: "Navajo Games, Ganado, AZ 1909"
  • 425-6: "Foot race, Ganado, AZ"
  • 427: "Hastin Sitsoi, Navajo head man"
  • "Navajos"(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Dine Tsosi, Navajo war chief"(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 428: "Navajo silversmith"
  • 429: "Navajo and white boys. Fort Defiance, AZ. 1909"
  • 430-1: "Navajo boys racing, Fort Defiance, AZ. 1909"
  • 432: "Navajo boy. 1909"
  • 433: "Navajo baby, Leupp, AZ. 1909"
  • 434: "Mother and daughter, both wives of same man. Leupp, AZ., 1909.
  • 435: "Navajo woman, Daisy, and child, Cornfields near Ganado, AZ. 1909"
  • 436: "Navajo woman (Marie) and Tilly Neubert, Cornfields near Ganado, AZ. 1909"
  • 437: "Navajo women, Ganado, AZ. 1909"
  • 438: "Navajo woman (Daisy) and child, Cornfields near Ganado, AZ 1909"
  • 439: "Navajo weaving" (Colored)
  • 440: "Navajo girl."
  • 441: "Navajo woman and child"
  • 442: "Navajo woman, Tolchaco"
  • 443: "Navajo family"
  • 444: "Navajo woman with baby, Bluff, UT."
  • "Navajo woman in cornfield, First Mesa Wash (?)."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 445: "Hopi cultivating corn"
  • 446: "Hopis--Bureau of Ethnology"
  • 447: "Hopi girls--Bureau of Ethnology"
  • 448: "Hopi man and woman--Bureau of Ethnology"
  • 449: "Moencopie Pueblo, AZ (near Tuba). 1909"
  • 450: "Hopi girls in window, Moencopie. 1909"
  • 451: "Preparing for Corn Dance, Moencopie, May 1909"
  • 452-59: "Hopi Corn Dance, Moencopie, May 1909"
  • 460-62: "Oraibi, AZ. Center street. 1909" (461) Pueblo.
  • 463: "Trail up Oraibi Mesa, AZ. 1909"
  • 464: "Hopis at altar. AZ."
  • 465: "Hopi woman, Oraibi, AZ."
  • 466: "Hopi making pottery, AZ."
  • 467: "Hopi kid"
  • 468: "Oraibi"
  • 469: "Oraibi from the south. 1909"
  • 470: "Hopi villages. Hi-shong-i-nivi and Shi-pau-i-luvi. Second Mesa. AZ. 1909"
  • 471: "Hopi village. Mi-shong-i-nini, AZ. 1909"
  • 472: "Spring and fields, base of Second Mesa, AZ. 1909"
  • 473: "Group of Hopis, Second Mesa, AZ."
  • "Hopi village, Walpi, First Mesa."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 474: "Trail up First Mesa."
  • 475: "Walpi"
  • 476: "Hopi village, Walpi, looking south."
  • 477-83: "Snake Dance, Walpi, AZ." (478) Snake priest; (479-83) Snake dance, August, 1909"
  • 484: "Walpi, AZ Hopi priests entering kivi after Snake dance. August 1909"
  • 485-7: "Purification. Priests drinking emetic after snake dance. Walpi, AZ August 1909"
  • 488: "Snake priest ready to run from Mesa after dance. Walpi AZ, 1909"
  • 489: "Pack train leaving Ganado, AZ. July 1909"
  • 491-2: "Pack train leaving Fort Defiance, AZ, July, 1909"
  • 493: "Hubbell Parker, Ganado, AZ July 1909"
  • 494: "Professors Brinkman and Gregory. Grover Cleveland (Navajo), Ganado, August 1909"
  • 495-6: "Building raft on San Juan River, July 1909"
  • 497: "Gregory. Beautiful Valley, 1909"
  • 498: "Watering horses, Moqui Buttes, 1909"
  • 499: "Little Colorado River, Leupp, May 1909. Stuck in quicksand."
  • 500: "Little Colorado River, Luepp, May 1909. Mendenhall, Gregory, and Navajo."
  • 501: "Gregory. 1909"
  • "Navajo sing, Chinlee. 1913"(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 502: "Navajo initiation, Chinlee. 1913"
  • 503: "Navajo woman. Dr. Elliott, photo., 1913"
  • 504: "Navajo child. 1913"
  • 505: "Navajo woman. 1913"
  • 506: "On Saw Mill road. 1913"
  • 507: "Navajo man. 1913"
  • 508: "Navajo man and child. 1913"
  • 509: "Navajo belle. 1913"
  • 510: "Indian monuments on the San Juan river. Paiute Indian Reservation. Meaning unknown."
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  • 511: "Erosion pillar, McElmo valley, 15 miles west of Cortez, Colorado. 1910"
  • 512-14: "Mud cracks, McElmos valley, Colorado. 1910"
  • 515-7: "McElmo strata, Holly's ranche, McElmo valley, Colorado, 33 miles west of Cortez, Colorado. 1910"
  • 518-9: "Dinosaur bone in McElmo strata, Yellow Jacket creek, 3 miles north of Holly's ranche, McElmo valley, Colorado. 1910."
  • 520: "Holly's ranche, 33 miles west of Cortez, Colorado, in McElmo valley. 1910"
  • 521-2: "McElmo strata, north bank of San Juan River, 10 miles below Aneth, UT. 1910"
  • 523: "Quartz veins in LaPlata sandstone, north bank of San Juan River, between Aneth and Bluff, UT. 1910"
  • 524: "LaPlata sandstone, south bank of San Juan River, 3 miles above Bluff, UT. 1910"
  • 525: "Burros, San Juan valley. 1910"
  • 526: "LaPlata sandstone, south bank of San Juan River, Bluff, UT. 1910"
  • 527: "The Twins, LaPlata strata, Bluff, UT. 1910"
  • 528: "LaPlata sandstone, north bank of San Juan, 3 miles west of Bluff, UT. 1910"
  • 529-30: "View looking west across Comb Wash at Navajo Springs, 12 miles west of Bluff, UT. 1910"
  • 531: "Moencopie strat, north bank of San Juan River."
  • 532: "Mexican Hat, moencopie strata, San Juan River, 3 miles above Goodridge UT. 1910"
  • 533-4: "Monument Pass, UT, from west. 1910"
  • 535-6: "One of the monuments, Monument Pass, UT (Moencopie strata) 1910"
  • 537: "Grass between Monument pass and Oljato, UT. Moencopie strata. 1910"
  • 538: "Wind-swept mesa, Shinarump, at Oljato, UT."
  • 539: "Wind erosion, 3 miles southwest of Oljato, UT. 1910"
  • 540: "Cross-bedding in Moencopie capped by Shinarump, Oljato, UT. 1910"
  • 541: "San Francisco Mountain"
  • 542: "Structure, Dolores and LaPlata, looking west from Oljato, UT. 1910"
  • 543: "Cliff dwelling near Oljato. 1910"
  • 544: "Method of trapping coyotes, Oljato, UT. 1910"
  • 545: "Piute woman with ollas, Oljato, UT, 1910"
  • 546: "Indian trading post, John Weatherill, Oljato, UT. 1910"
  • 547-8: "Agathla and Slim (Queen) Rock, AZ. 1910"
  • 549-52: "Agathla, volcanic neck, between Chinlee, AZ and Oljato, UT. 1910"
  • 553: "Cha-ez kla Volcanic neck or dike, 2 miles south of Agathla Needle, AZ. 1910"
  • 554-7: "Dike No. 3 6 miles southeast of Agathla Needle, Laguna Creek valley. 1910"
  • 558-60: "Dike east of Dike No. 2, Laguna creek valley, AZ. 1910" "Dike or volcanic neck No. 2 Laguna creek valley, 10 miles southeast of Agathla Needle. 1910"
  • 561-2: "Dike No. 2" "Dike No. 4A"
  • 563-5: "Slim Rock or The Queen, LaPlata outlier on Dolores, near Agathla Needle, AZ. 1910"
  • 566: "Monocline, LaPlata over Dolores east face of Skeleton Mesa. 1910"
  • 567-8: "Marsh Pass, AZ. Recent cutting in alluvial filling of Laguna creek. 1910"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 569: "Cross-bedding, Moencopie strata. 1910"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 560a: "General view of upper Moencopie strata, looking northeast toward Monument Pass. 1910"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 561-2a: "Butte, LaPlata on Dolores. 1910"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 563a: "Water pocket on bare surface, Gregory drinking. 1910"
  • 564a: "Navajo dry farming, Laguna creek valley near Marsh Pass, AZ. 1910"
  • 565a: "Camp, 3 miles east of Agathla needle, AZ."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 566a: "Trail, bare rock. 1910"
  • 567a: "Butte, Junction Sagy canyon with middle of East Branch. 1910"
  • 568a: "Navajo sheep, near Agathla Needle, AZ 1910"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 569a: "Betatakin ruins, Sagy Canyon"
  • 570: "Recent cutting in Sagy Canyon (Towanaoche) AZ. 1910"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 571: "Keet Seel, Say Canyon, Navajo Reservation."
  • 572: "General view, Sagy (Towanaoche) Canyon, AZ"
  • 573: "Shanto Springs, AZ. Water at base of LaPlata sandstone. 1910"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 574: "Keet Seel cliff ruins east middle branch of Sagy (Towanaoche) Canyon, AZ. 1910"
  • 575: "Betatakin cliff ruins, west branch of Sagy Canyon, AZ 1909"
  • "Betatakin cliff ruins."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 576: "Mesa dwellings, Navajo Reservation, Townsend, Photo, 1909"
  • 577: "Cliff, LaPlata on Dolores at mouth of Sagy at Sosi canyon, AZ. 1910"
  • 578: "Sagy at Soci canyon, AZ. Walls of LaPlata sandstone. Skeleton Mesa in distance. S.M. Young, photo. 1909"
  • 579: "Butte (Moencopie strata), east branch of Copper Canyon, UT. 1910"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 580: "Noki canyon, UT, looking north down stream and across San Juan river, showing synclinal structure. 1910"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 581: "View, Noki canyon, LaPlata over Dolores. Townsend, photo. 1909"
  • 582: "Trail up west wall, Noki canyon, UT. 1910"
  • 583: "General view, Pahute canyon, UT. LaPlata on Dolores. 1910"
  • 584: "Camp, Pahute Mesa"
  • 585: "View in Pahute canyon, UT. 1909"
  • 586: "Earth pillars, Pahute canyon, UT. 1910"
  • 587-89: "View, Navajo Mtn., UT, from west run of Pahute canyon. 1910"(Number 588, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 590: "Talus or Rock stream near spring, elevation 9000' on Navajo Mtn. 1910"
  • 591: "Top of Navajo Mt., UT."
  • 592-96: "Trail, bare rock, wind-swept steep slopes, between Beaver and Junction canyons, north of Navajo Mt."(Number 593, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 597-99: "Owl Bridge, Nasja canyon, UT; north base of Navajo Mt. 1910"(Number 597, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 600-1: "San Juan river, UT, at its mouth. LaPlata Sandstone."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 602-5: "Rainbow Bridge. Douglass (US Land Office) photo. 1909" "Barohoini Natural Bridge, 10 miles northwest of Navajo Mt., UT in LaPlata strata. 1910"(Numbers 604-5, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 606-20: "Rainbow Bridge." or "Barohoini Natural Bridge."(Numbers 607, 609-11, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 621: "Looking across Navajo Canyon."
  • 622: "Joints in LaPlata sandstone. Head of Pahute canyon, UT. 1910"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 623: "Branch of Navajo canyon, AZ. 1910"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 624: "Dinosaur Tracks, Navajo Canyon. Hopkins photo."
  • 625: "Reservoir canyon, Tuba, AZ. 1910"
  • 626-31: "Dinosaur tracks, Navajo Canyon. 1910"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 632: "Navajo Canyon at dinosaur track locality. Stephen Janus, photo."
  • 633: "White mesa with natural arch, 40 miles northeast of Tuba, AZ. Stephen Janus, photo. 1909"
  • 634: "Erosion details, LaPlata strata, 3 miles west of Moencopie, AZ. Pogue, photo. 1910"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 635: "Looking across Navajo canyon, AZ, toward Navajo Mountain.
  • "Canyon at Tuba coal mine"(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 636-8: "Canyon at Tuba coal mine"
  • 639: "Canyon de Chelly near junction with Canyon del Muerto. E.M.G. 1910"
  • 640: "Woodruff's outfit fording San Juan River near Mexican Hat. July 1910"
  • 641: "Sigh, the pack mule. 1910"
  • 642: "Camp in cave by spring, 8 miles southeast of Agathla Needle. 1910"
  • 643: "Gregory's pack train at Marsh Pass, AZ. E.H.G. 1910"
  • 644: "Hotel Alvarado, Albuquerque, NM 1910"
  • 645: "Dr. Pogue on Greybird, 1910"
  • 646: "Monocline at top of Goodridge formation in San Juan River one mile below Goodridge bridge."
  • "Panorama looking north along east anticline."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 647: "Upper member of LaPlata formation at Bluff, UT."
  • 648: "Looking down San Juan River from Honaker trail."
  • 649-50: "Canyon of San Juan River from Honaker trail."
  • 651: "Navajo tending sheep near Bluff."
  • 652: "Honaker trail, San Juan Oil Field."
  • 653: "Alhambra dike south of Goodridge, UT."
  • 654: "Lower LaPlata, south of Moore's. 1911"
  • 655: "Cliff-vein in Canyon de Chelly, 1910."
  • 656: "Cliff dwelling in Canyon de Chelly (or near mouth of del Muerto), 1910."
  • 657: "Sheep by store, Ganado, E.H.G., 1910."
  • 658: "(probably) in the Canyon de Chelly, 1910"
  • 659: "LaPlata sandstone, Navajo Spring, 1910"
  • 660: "John Wetherill's store, Objato, UT. 1910"
  • 661: "Protruding quartz veins in LaPlata sandstone on road from Cortez to Aneth, 1910"
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  • 662: "Erosion column. Block of Dakota resting on LaPlata, 8 miles SE of Gallup on West line of Wingate reservation."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 663: "Erosion surface; removal of peneplain; beveled edges of Trias, 8 miles SE of Gallup."
  • 664: "Unconformable contact, LaPlata and McElmo. South base of Navajo Church, NM."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 665: "Concretions in sandstone. North base of Navajo Church. Grover, Navajo, in picture."
  • 666: "Farmer Ants' farm fenced with Russian thistles, on road between Defiance and Manuelito, AZ. 1911"
  • 667: "Unconformity. 2 miles west of Manuelito, NM. 1911"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 668: "Haystacks near St. Michaels. 1911"
  • 669: "View looking west over Moencopie, dark red shales. West entrance to Canon Bonito. Fort Defiance, AZ. 1911"
  • 670: "Sandstones above Moencopie shales. West entrance to Canon Bonito. Fort Defiance, AZ. 1911"
  • 671: "Unconformity, Shinarump on Moencopie, Ft. Defiance. 1911"
  • 672: "Shinarump on Moencopie, 3 miles north of Fort Defiance. 1911"
  • 673: "General view of LaPlata and McElmo taken from point on Dakota, 5 miles NE of Fort Defiance, AZ. 1911"
  • 674-5: "Erosion column on Defiance -Tohatchie road, 6 miles west of Tohatchie, NM. Mrs. Gregory, photo. 1911" "Fossils at base of cap."
  • 676: "Details of erosion near top of Cretaceous, on Ft. Defiance-Tohatchie road, NM. Fossils occur at base of cap. 1911"
  • 677-86: "General views of Choiskai Mt. area. 1911"(Numbers 680, 684, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 687: "Bennett Peak, NM. Shaler, photo.
  • 688: "Lava remnants and Mesa verde sandstone-capped mesas. Shaler photo.
  • 689: "Monchiquite dike. Shaler photo."
  • 690: "Needle Peak (Shiprock). Shaler photo."
  • 691: "Ford Peak, NM. Shaler photo."
  • 692: "Lava lying on Tertiary, Cottonwood Pass, Choiskai Mesa, east of Manning's store, NM. Shaler photo."
  • 693-4: "Cliff of volcanic ash, 1.5 miles west of Cottonwood Pass, NM. 1911"
  • 695: "Cottonwood Pass. Extreme crest, west slope. Mrs. Gregory, photo. 1911"
  • 696: "Badlands, Cottonwood Wash. Looking west across Little Colorado toward San Francisco Peak. 1909"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 697-8: "LaPlata cliff, 6 miles south of Moore's. 1911"(Number 697, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 699: "General view, Upper Black Creek valley. H.E. Gregory on road 5 miles south of Moore's store. 1911"
  • 700-1: "Needle of LaPlata sandstone, 150' high; detached from cliff 300'. On road from Moore's to upper waters of Black Creek."
  • 702: "Erosion column, LaPlata sandstone, near Baigaiche Mt. 1911"
  • 703: "Camp at base of Baigaiche Mt. 1911"
  • 704: "Dike east of Baigaiche Mt. 1911"
  • 705: "LaPlata cliffs 6 miles south of Crystal, NM. Heald photo. 1911"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 706: "Red lake, north of Fort Defiance, looking south. Volcanic neck at base of lake in background. Heald photo. 1911"
  • 707: "Column in LaPlata sandstone, mouth of Black Creek Canon, in Todilto Park. 1911"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 708-11: "Todilto park. Mrs. Gregory, photo. 1911"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 712: "3 miles north of Ganado. Tertiary unconformable on Dolores. 1911"
  • 713: "Farmer Ant, Ganado. 1911"
  • 714: "E.H.G. on horseback after ride near Ganado. 1911"
  • 715: "Dr. Gregory returning to wagon after extinguishing fire in woods on road from Ganado to the sawmill. 1911"
  • 716: "Sheep corral, Ganado. 1911"
  • 717: "Hogan at Sunrise Springs store"
  • 718: "Freight team, Ganado"
  • 719: "Cliffs west of Cornfields, south of Ganado. Heald. 1911"
  • 720: "Dakota unconformity on McElmo. Tse-bito wash. 1911"
  • 721-2: "Tertiary limestone near mouth of Tsebito wash. 1911"
  • 723: "Jetty-to Springs, Mesa Verde sandstone on McElmo's shale. 1911"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 724: "McElmo-Dakota unconformity, SW of Jetty-to. 1911"
  • 725: "Jetty-to Springs, Mesa Verde sandstone on Mancos shale. 1910"
  • 726-7: "Bad Lands, Dolores. Lower Pueblo Colorado wash. 1911"
  • 728-30: "Moqui Butte"
  • 731: "Ash and tuff near Biddehoche."
  • 732: "Bedded ash, 2 miles south of Cedar Springs."
  • 733: "Eroded neck at NW corner of Moqui Butte area."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 734: "Round Top and Montezuma's Chair. Moque Buttes. Heald."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 735: "General view, Moqui Buttes, Biddehoche Section. Barrows, photo. 1911"
  • 736-8: "Dike, Stiles Ranche, Moqui Buttes region, AZ. 1911"(Numbers 736-7, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 739: "Butte, 3 miles west of Stiles Ranche"
  • 740: "General view, Moqui Buttes region, Cedar Springs area. Barrows, photo. 1911"
  • 741-2: "Chimney Butte, volcanic neck"(Number 741, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 743: "Basalt, Cedar Springs, AZ. 1911"
  • 744: "Lava-capped buttes, Coyote wash, 30 miles north of Winslow, AZ. 1911"
  • 745: "Lava-capped butte, near Stiles ranche. Barrows, photo."
  • 746: "Round Top and Montezuma's Chair from near Cedar Springs"
  • 747: No caption.
  • 748: "Bad Lands"
  • 749: "Lava-capped butte, northwest of Cedar Springs"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 750-6: "Twin Buttes, volcanic neck, Biddehoche, AZ. 1911"(Numbers 752, 755, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 757-61: "White Cone."(Numbers 760-1, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 762-4: "Erosion: McElmo capped by Dakota, between Steamboat Canyon and Ganado. 1911" Various views.
  • 765-6: "Tertiary shales and ash, NE of White Cone."
  • 767: "Flat at head of Keams Canyon."
  • 768: "Tertiary, Cottonwood Wash."
  • 769: "Head of Cottonwood Wash, north of Wide Ruins."
  • 770: "Stone Hut, Cottonwood Wash, below Wide Ruins."
  • 771: "Well, Cottonwood Wash, below Wide Ruins."
  • 772: "Sheep, Tanner's spring. Schwemberger, photo."
  • 773: "Erosion in Dolores, Beautiful Valley, north of Ganado. 1911"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 774: "Erosion column and window, Nazlini canyon, above store."
  • 775: "Cross bedding, Nazlini canyon, 2 miles above store."
  • 776: "Unconformity, Shinarump on Moencopie. Nazlini canyon."
  • 777: "Old store, Nazlini canyon"
  • 778: "Bad Lands (Dolores) near Chinlee."
  • 779: "Shinarump Unconformity, Chinlee."
  • 780: "Edna's Needle, LaPlata, west of Chinlee."
  • 781: "General view of LaPlata, west of Chinlee."
  • 782: "Erosion column, LaPlata, west of Chinlee."
  • 783: "G.W.McAdam and store, Chinlee."
  • 784: "Dolores shales and marls, Carriso Creek at Blue Point"
  • 785: "Bed, section of Dolores and LaPlata west of Chinlee."
  • 786, 788: "Window, (LaPlata) west of Chinlee."
  • 787: "Bed, section of Dolores and LaPlata, west of Chinlee."
  • "Window in LaPlata west of Chinlee."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 789: "Arnold and family (Chinlee) Navajo loom. Heald, photo. 1911"
  • 790: "Petrified wood in forest south of Tsen-a-kahn."
  • 791: "Fossil tree, between Chinlee and Round Rock."
  • 792-3: "Tse-na-kahn, looking NW. LaPlata sandstone."(Number 792, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 794: "Cross-bedded LaPlata sandstone, west of Chinlee."
  • "LaPlata, McElmo, and Tertiary."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 795: "Camp, top of Lukachukai. Lake, Oak trees, and Heald in picture."
  • 796: "Quartzite columns, Lukachukai Mts."
  • 797: "View south from top of Butte at head of Spruce Brook."
  • 798: "View on trail, Spruce Brook, 5 miles above Tsa-lee."
  • 799-00: "Dike, Whiskey Creek. 1911"(Number 800, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 801: "Pinnacle Butte. 1911"
  • 802: "Washington Pass."
  • 803: "Palisades northeast of Whiskey Creek. 1911"
  • 804: "Lava flow near Sonsala. Whiskey Creek in foreground."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 805: "Camp by Sonsala Buttes near Whiskey Creek. Heald photo. 1911"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 806: "Dike at Sonsala Buttes. South bank of Whikey Creek, looking west toward Sonala Buttes."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 807: "Tubby Butte near Tsa-lee. Heald photo. 1911"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 808: "Lava cliffs near Whiskey Creek (Palisades). Heald photo. 1911"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 809-11: "Canyon de Chelley" "Near head of..."
  • 812: "Black Creek valley, east toward Baigaiche Mt."
  • 813: "Manuelto Springs east of Tohatchie, NM. Shaler photo."
  • 814-5: "Sheep Dip of Pueblo Bonito agency. Heald photo. 1911"
  • 816-19: "Oil well, Seven Lakes. 1911"
  • 820: "Cretaceous Mesa Verde near Crown Point, NM. 1911"
  • 821-22: "Erosion in Dolores near Tuba. Heald, photo. 1911" (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
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  • 823: "Monument, Todilto Park. K.C.Heald photo. 1913"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 824: "View, Todilto Park. KCH photo."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 825-6: "Shinarump Conglomerate. Fort Defiance. Heald & Gregory photo."
  • 827-9: "Dolores Badlands 1.5 miles west of Nahlini."(Number 827, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 830: "Looking west across wash at Bear Tank. May 26."
  • 831-4: "Sandstone (Upper Permian) in canyon at Totocong, 6 miles south of Cross Canyon. May 27"
  • 835-9: "LaPlata, looking east from top of Dolores Ridge 2 miles east of Black Rock."
  • 840: "Buell's Park from south rim."
  • 841-9: "Sand dunes, Chinlee."
  • 850-1: "Lower Dolores, Chinlee"
  • 852: "Type flat valley on plateau west of Hunter's Pt. tributary to Black Creek."
  • 853: "Vegetation, plateau west of Hunter's Pt. Noon camp.
  • 854-8: "Unconformity, Permian-Shinarump. Fort Defiance."
  • 859: "Kit Carson Monument. Fort Defiance. E.C.Case, photo."
  • 860: "Canyon Bonito. Fort Defiance. E.C.Case, photo."
  • 861: "Type of Hogan construction"
  • 862: "Part of buildings Chinlee. W.E.Emery, photo"
  • 863: "Chinlee vicinity. W.B.E. photo."
  • 864: "Looking west across Chinlee Wash."
  • 865: "Packhorses, Fred, Duke, Greybird, Bess."
  • 866-7: "Middle Dolores marls, 5 miles south of Tsenakahn."
  • 868: "Dolores and LaPlata. Tsenakahn."
  • 869: "LaPlata west side of Chinlee Wash, below Chinlee."
  • 870-1: "LaPlata, bedded Lower, on Dolores and massive Upper; junction of Chinlee and Carrizo Washes."(Number 871, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 872: "Column of LaPlata near Chinlee."
  • 873-6: "Crossbedding in LaPlata."(Numbers 873-4, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Numbers 874, 875, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 877: "Pack team (Heald). Lower Chinlee."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 878: "Lower Chinlee. LaPlata cliffs, cave, spring."
  • 879-80: "Erratic, Garnet Ridge."(Number 880, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 881-2: "Wash-filling structure, Lower Chinlee"(Number 881-2, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 883: "Erratics, Garnet Ridge."
  • 884: "Comb from Dike H."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 885: "Dike J, looking NE."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 886: "Church Rock, Laguna valley."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 887: "Dolores-LaPlata contact, Kayenta"
  • 888: "Dolores, 2 miles north of Kayenta"
  • 889: "Kayenta flat."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 890: "Distant view of Chaezkla and Comb with dike."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 891: "Distant view of Agathla."
  • 892-3: "Flat irons, NE of Marsh Pass."(Number 893, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Number 892, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 894: "Pack train, Sagy canyon."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 895-6: "Pahute Canyon. Navajo Mountain in distance."(Number 895, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 897: "LaPlata on Dolores, Pahute Canyon."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 898-9: "LaPlata, Pahute Canyon."(Number 898, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 900: "Trail out of Pahute canyon."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 901: "From upper slopes of Navajo Mountain, looking north across San Juan."
  • 902: "Pinnacles, LaPlata and McElmo, north side of Navajo Mountain."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 903: "From upper slopes of Navajo Mt. looking NW across Junction of San Juan and Colorado."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 904: "Contact of LaPlata and McElmo"
  • 905-7: "LaPlata in unnamed canyon, northwest base of Navajo Mt."(Number 907, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 908-9: "Rock slide, east side of Navajo Mt."(Number 909, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 910: "Talus in gorge, SW side Navajo Mt."
  • 911-12: "Panorama from Artist's ridge."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 913: "Slope Navajo Mt. looking toward Junction Creek from Artist's ridge."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 914-5: "Typical cliff, LaPlata and McElmo, SE base of Navajo Mt."(Numbers 914-5, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 916-7: "Distant view of Navajo Mountain."(Number 917, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 918-9: "Trail, Pahute canyon."(Number 918, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 920: "Dolores, Pahute canyon."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 921: "Marsh Pass from east."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 922: "McElmo near northeast Point of Black Mesa"
  • 923: "Pack train near Alano Springs"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 924-7: "Canyon de Chelly. Shinarump capping Permian." "Crossbedding"(Numbers 924-5, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Numbers 925, 927, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 928: "Entrance to Black canyon."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 929: "Baigaiche Mountain."
  • 930-1: "Panorama, Red Wall and Baigaiche."(Number 931, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 932: "From west base of Baigaiche."
  • 933: "Alcove in LaPlata sandstone, Todilto Park."
  • 934-5: "Monument, LaPlata, Todilto Park."(Number 934, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 936: "Dike A or B, Todilto Park."
  • 937: "Dike E, half of dike B, Todilto Park."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 938: "Volcanic plug in Todilto Park. E.C. Case, photo."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 939-40: "Beast Dike."(Number 939, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 941: "Baigaiche Mt. from Beast dike."
  • 942: "Alluvium with peat. Top wall of Black Creek."
  • 943: "Banded Upper LaPlata, Black Creek."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 944: "LaPlata cliffs, Todilto."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 945: "Southeast edge of Todilto."
  • 946: "View from Beast dike north across Red Lake."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 947: "View looking NE up Black Creek from Beast dike."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 948: "Contact, McElmo and Dakota, northeast upper corner of Todilto."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 949: "Contact, Tertiary and McElmo, Sunrise Springs."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 950: "Waterhole in desert, Sunrise Springs."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 951: "East side of Twin Mesas."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 952: "Upper Dolores, Lower Pueblo Colorado wash."
  • 953: "Camp in Pueblo Colorado Wash. Case digging for water."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 954: "Dolores marls, Tanner's Springs. E.C.Case in photo."
  • 955: "Vegetation, divide between Carrizo Wash and Pueblo Colorado Wash."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 956-7: "Dike T from south," "Northwest toward Hopi Buttes"(Number 957, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 958-9: "Dead cattle at water hole 15 miles NE of Holbrook"(Numbers 958-9, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 960: "Upper Permian, typical exposure, Holbrook"
  • 961: "Gypsum in Permian. 2 miles east of Holbrook"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 962-3: "Gypsum bands" "Gypsum seams"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 964: "Permian Butte, Holbrook"
  • 965: "Permian, Shinarump and Dolores, near Tucker Springs."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 966: "Green bands in Permain shale just below Shinarump"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 967: "Dry bed, Little Colorado, 8 miles above Leupp."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 968: "Ripple marks, Permian, mouth of Canon Diablo."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 969: "Ripple marks near Leupp. E.C. Case, photo."
  • 970: "Typical Lower Permian Butte, Mouth of Canon Diablo."
  • 971: "Canon Diablo from below bridge. E.C. Case, photo."
  • 972: "Shinarump outcrop 3 miles north of Tolchaco."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 973-5: "Dolores cliff 8 miles north of Tolchaco"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 976: "Flat between Little Colorado and Dolores cliff-Tolchaco"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 977: "Wind carving, Permian, 2 miles above Tolchaco."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 978: "Contact, Carboniferous and Permian, Wolf's Crossing"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 979: "Wolf's Crossing, Little Colorado."
  • 980: "Wind carving Kaibab, 2 miles above Tolchaco"Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.
  • 981: "Cliff House, 2 miles above Tolchaco"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 982-6: "Grand Falls, panorama."(Numbers 982-3, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 987: "Bed of Little Colorado at crest of Grand Falls"
  • 988: "Little Colorado looking down stream from Grand Falls"
  • 989: "Permian shales: picture taken standing on Kaibab."
  • 990: "Peneplain; looking southeast from cliffs 5 miles N Black Falls."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 991: "Dolores section, 5 miles N Black Falls."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 992: "Detail, Dolores section"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 993: "Black Falls, up stream; canyon filled with sand."
  • 994: "Shinarump 2 miles below Black Point"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 995: "Unconformity, Moencopie-Shinarump, 1 mile below bridge, Little Colorado."
  • 996: "Moencopie, Mouth of Moencopie."
  • 997: "Wall of Little Colorado, Kaibab to Shinarump"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 998: "Little Colorado canyon. Shinarump cap, Moencopie middle, Kaibab bottom. Flat bench is lava."
  • 999: "Upper Moencopie beds"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1000: "Little Colorado Canyon. Shinarump cap, Moencopie middle, Kaibab bottom. Flat bench is lava."
  • 1001: "Shinarump-Moencopie contact, below bridge, Little Colorado."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1002-4: "Painted Desert Beds, 1 mile below Farm, Tuba."(Number 1004, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1005-7: "Wind erosion, LaPlata, Tuba"Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.
  • 1008-9: "Wind etching, Tuba"
  • 1010: "General view, Tuba desert"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1011-13: "Dunes, Tuba desert"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1014: "Dunes filling Reservoir Canyon, Tuba"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1015: "Moencopie Wash at Farm"
  • 1016-17: "Bridge, Little Colorado"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1018: "San Francisco Mt. from Deadman's Flat"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1019-20: "View Dolores Fossil Forest, Carrizo Wash"(Number 1019, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.v)
  • 1021-26: "View in North Forest, Carrizo Creek"(Numbers 1021, 26, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1027: "Dolores Butte, Carrizo Creek Wash"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1028: "Petrified Tree butte, Carrizo Creek Wash"
  • 1029: "Standing tree, Carrizo Creek Wash"
  • 1030: "Rock talus stream, Carrizo Creek Wash"
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Pictures taken in 1913 by W.B.Emery. Carrize Mountains:
  • 1031: "Chimney Rock on upper Tees-Nos-Pos trail."
  • 1032: "North side of Tse-logan canyon. Wingate member of the Navajo sandstone, conformably overlying Chinlee shales."
  • 1033: "Carrizo Mt., south side of Tse-lagai Canyon. Wingate member of Navajo sandstone, conformably overlying Chinlee shale."
  • 1034: "Carrizo Mt., west end of Chejin-Dezah Mesa. Shows cirque-like basins in monzonite cliff."
  • 1035: "Looking up canyon at point where lower trail enters it. Shows terraces in stream bottom."
  • 1036-37: "Looking at Volcanic Neck 8 miles E of Mexican Water; shows window in neck.
  • 1038: "Looking at base of highest point 6 miles E of Mexican Water. Navajo sandstone below, folded; Zuni sandstone above."
  • 1039-40: "Desert pavement between Red Lake and Tuba"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1041-2: "Panorama of the east side of Carrizo Mountain."(Number 1042, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1043: "Navajo (Wingate) with window on ridge east of Tees-Nos-Pos canyon."
  • 1044: "Volcanic Neck 8 miles north of Red Rock Store."
  • 1045: "Carrizo Mt. Chinlee-Navajo (Wingate) contact in Cottonwood Dome. Chinlee below hammer, Wingate above."
  • 1046: "Carrizo Mt. Looking due west at amphitheater-like gulch on east side of Carrizo Mt. and south of Chejin-Dezah Canyon."
  • 1047: "West side of Teees-Nos-Pos canyon at point where various branches unite. Navajo (Wingate) at base, overlain by Zuni, with Monzonite above."
  • 1048: "Top of Carrizo Mt. Laden Peak from east base of Patora Peak. Mature valley of Des-chee Creek in foreground."
  • 1049: "Top of Carrizo Mt. Dakota sandstone broken up by frost on ridge NE of Pastora Peak."
  • 1050-51: "Top of Carrizo Mt., south canyon." "Chejin-Dezah canyon from trail on flank of SE peak."
  • 1052: "Near view of Dakota Conglomerate in Pilot Rock."
  • 1053: "Looking due west from the westernmost ridge of Carrizo Mt. Shows Navajo group upturned toward the mountain."
  • 1054: "Head of To-Chin-Sin canyon. Pastora Peak in right background. Cliffs through middle ground are monzonite porphyry."
  • 1055: "Waterfall in Tees-Nos-Pos canyon."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1056: "Tees-Nos-Pos canyon, 1/4 mile above waterfall, showing control of joints."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1057: "Shiprock Agency from mesa on the north."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1058: "Shiprock from top of mesa north of Shiprock Agency."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1059: "Top of Lukachukai Mts., looking at Roof Butte."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1060: "Dike in canyon south of Chejin-Dezah canyon."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1061: "Camp at head of To-Chin-Sin canyon."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1062: "Prospect shaft at east base of Laden Peak, head of Deschee Creek"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1063: "View from Junction of branches of Tees-Nos-Pos canyon. White is Wingate overlain by Zuni and capped by monzonite."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1064: "Back of Dakota outcrop south of Chejin-Dezah canyon. Dike of monzonite porphyry in foreground."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
Pictures taken in 1913 by K.C. Heald:
  • 1065: "Entrenched meanders. Blue Canon."
  • "Cliffs in Blue Canon, Ft. Defiance."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 1066: "Tse-na-kahn from north side. LaPlata on Dolores."
  • 1067: "LaPlata, Marsh Pass. Looking along limb of monocline."
  • 1068: "Ripple marks and mud cracks. At LaPlata-Dolores contact 6 miles east of Tanners Crossing."
  • 1069: "Fossil tree stump standing upright. About 1 mile east of Tanners Crossing, in Dolores."
  • 1070: "Wind work in LaPlata, north of Tuba."
  • 1071: "Rock floor, LaPlata, north of Tuba."
  • 1072: "Beveling of McElmo and conglomerate cap. Edge of Blue Canon."
  • 1073: "Unconformity. McElmo-Dakota. Blue Canon."
  • 1074: "Painted Desert, four miles west of Tuba."
  • 1075-77: "Painted Desert, two miles west of Tuba."
  • 1078: "Upper LaPlata cliff on west side of Navajo Mountain."
  • 1079: "Showing the peneplain levels north of old store, Blue Canon."
  • 1080: "Canon south of Bridge Canon, looking west."
  • 1081: "Beveling below Black Falls, looking north."
  • 1082: "Dolores below Tse-na-kahn. East side of Chinlee wash."
  • 1083-6: "LaPlata, Marsh Pass."
  • 1087: "Bridge, Little Colorado."
  • 1088: "Monument in Painted Desert formation east of Tanners Crossing."
  • 1089: "Rock floor, LaPlata, north of Tuba."
  • 1090: "Valley that drains Red Lake."
  • 1091: "Beveling and conglomerate cap of lower peneplain, north side of Blue Canon, opposite of old store."
  • 1092: "Wind beveling of cross-bedded sandstone. Red Lake Valley."
  • 1093: "Beelzebub," Black Creek valley, near spring in LaPlata."
  • 1094: "Canon south of Bridge Canon, west of Navajo Mountain."
  • 1095: "Vegetation on top of Navajo Mountain."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1096: "Sand dune and rock floor north of Tuba."
  • 1097: "Cliffs on north side of Navajo Mountain."
  • 1098-100: "Dolores east of Black Falls."
  • 1101: "Sand dune on mesa east of Tuba."
  • 1102: "Panorama of Navajo Mountain from east."
  • 1103: "Erosion forms in Painted Desert west of Tuba."
  • 1104: "Looking NE from north spur of Navajo Mountain."
  • 1105: "Looking N-NW from north spur of Navajo Mountain."
  • 1106: "Crossbedding in LaPlata, near Tunnel Springs."
  • Navajo-Moki photos. 1914
  • 1107: "Unconformity, Chinlee and Wingate, Moencopi valley."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1108: "Middle and Upper LaPlata, 10 miles S-SW of Tuba."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1109: "Ancient ruin, rim of Moenkopi wash below Moenkopi village."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1110: "Trenched alluvial filling of Moenkopi valley, 8 miles SW of Tuba."
  • 1111: "Dike, south side of Moenkopi valley, 5 mi. SW of Tuba."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1112: "Wind-made lake basin, Moenkopi plateau."
  • 1113: "Knobs, Middle and Lower LaPlata (Painted Desert) near Tuba Government Farm."
  • "Middle and Upper LaPlata at spring."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 1114: "Dune occupying cave in Navajo sandstone, Tuba."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1115-7: "Wind-swept rocks, Tuba desert."(Number 1117, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1118-21: "Dunes filling Reservoir Canyon, Tuba."(Number 1119, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1122: "Garnet Ridge, one mile south."
  • 1123: "Sayoway (Rock babies), Kayenta valley."
  • 1124: "Detail, Lower bench, Garnet Ridge."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1125: "Jointing in sandstone lower bench of Garnet Ridge."
  • 1126: "Garnet Ridge at five miles distance."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1127: "Edge of lower bench, Garnet Ridge"
  • 1128-32: "Erratics, Garnet Ridge."(Numbers 1129, 1131, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1133: "Edge of Comb looking SW, 2 miles NW of Garnet Ridge."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1134: "Upper end of San Juan Canyon thru Oil fields fold."
  • 1135-6: "Views from Mule Ear, looking between inner outer Comb."
  • 1137: "Inner valley of Comb. LaPlata sandstone on right, DeChelly sandstone on left."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1138: "Inner valley of Comb between Wingate and DeChelly sandstone. 3/4 mi. east of Moses Rock."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1139: "Moses Rock. DeChelly sandstone."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1140: "Bedding in alluvium of Chinle wash north of Moses Rock."
  • 1141: "Tilted Chinle beds, 1 1/2 mile west of Toaygis."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1142: "Alcove in DeChelly sandstone near Mule Ear."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1143: "Mule Ear Pass. Meander of Chinli Canyon in foreground."
  • 1144: "Chinli formation upturned in the Comb. 1 1/2 mi. west of Toaygis."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1145: "Garnet Ridge. Man standing at stratum of glacial conglomerate."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1146: "Comb Monocline, at Marsh Pass."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1147: "Marsh Pass, looking east."
  • 1148: "McElmo-Dakota contact. Moenkopi valley, Blue Canyon."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1149: "Marsh Pass, looking west."
  • 1150: "Monocline SE edge of Skeleton Mesa, Marsh Pass."
  • 1151: "Church Rock."
  • 1152: "Blue Canyon, looking north."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1153: "Trenched alluvium, Togusja Canyon."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1154: "Contact, McElmo and Mancos, 3 miles NE of Blue Canyon store."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1155: "Contact Navajo sandstone and McElmo, Blue Canyon."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1156: "McElmo, Blue Canyon."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1157: "Blue Canyon. Looking toward Black Mesa. McElmo sandstone capped by Macos in middle distance."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1158: "Detail, McElmo, Blue Canyon."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1159: "View south end of Moses Rock garnet field from knolls."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1160: "General view of DeChelly sandstone, SE edge of Monument uplift."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1161: "Crossbedding DeChelly sandstone, Monument uplift."
  • 1162: "View north along dike in Moses Rock garnet field."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1163: "Water-worn cavities in DeChelly sandstone, Monument valley."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1164: "General view among Monuments, Moencopie and DeChelly."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1165-6: "Crossbedding, DeChelly sandstone. Monument uplift."(Number 1165, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1167: "Monument valley; Moencopie overlain by DeChelly and capped by Shinarump."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1168: "Meridian Butte, Moencopie capped by DeChelly."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1169-70: "North peaks of Coalville dikes."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1171: "Oasis, Moenave."
  • "Painted Desert formation, Moenave."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 1172: "Looking across mouth of Reservoir Canyon. Moenkopi."
  • 1173: "Hopi fields, Moenkopi Wash, near Meonkopi village."
  • 1174: "Moenkopi village."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1175-6: "Navajos, Bekishibito."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1177: "Floor of wind-made depression, Tuba Desert."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1178: "Navajo sandstone, Tuba desert."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1179: "Dunes burying rock, Tuba desert."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1180: "Dunes shifting from rock, Tuba desert."
  • 1181: "Desert vegetation, Red Lake."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1182: "Wind-swept. crossbedded Navajo sandstone, Tuba desert."
  • 1183: "Red Lake from store. Lake was formed and is now being filled by wind-blown sand."
  • 1184: "Bekishibito; lake formed by drifting sand."
  • 1185: "Tangential crossbedding, Navajo sandstone, Tuba desert."
  • 1186-7: "Bekishibito; dunes blocking canyon."
  • 1188: "North end (neck) of south part of Colville dikes."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1189: "Wind-swept, crossbedded Navajo sandstone. Tuba."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1190-1: "View in Tuba desert."(Number 1191, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1192: "Wind-swept Navajo sandstone, Tuba desert."
  • 1193: "Tuba desert. Note pebble covered floor."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1194-5: "Tuba, AZ from west." "from the north"(Number 1194, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Numbers 1194-5, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1196: "Dike cutting Comb Monocline, 3 miles east of Colville dikes."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1197: "Disturbed strata and erratics, Moses Rock garnet field."
  • 1198: "Wind-swept rocks, Tuba desert."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1199: "Shifting dunes, Tuba desert."
  • 1200: "Eastern half of Tuba School grounds."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1300: "Unconformity, Chinli and Wingate. Moencopi valley."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1301: "Dunes, Tuba desert; knobs of rock partly buried."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1302-3: "Tuba from the south."(Number 1302, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1304: "Structures in Upper LaPlata (Navajo) sandstone. City Rocks, Tuba desert."
  • 1305: "View, Tuba desert."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1306: "Little Colorado River, looking down stream from Government bridge."
  • 1307: "Dune, Tuba desert."
  • 1308: "Street, Tuba, AZ."
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  • 1309: "San Francisco Mountain from Dead Man's Flat looking W-SW, Coconino Co., AZ. May 30, 1915"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1310: "LaPlata sandstone (Navajo sandstone) near Moenkopi Village, Coconino Co., AZ. June 1, 1915."
  • 1311-12: "Water hole in Kaibab limestone 3 miles north of Limestone Tanks, Coconino Co., AZ. June 5, 1915."
  • 1313: "View looking N. 40 degrees W. up Paria River, AZ, from top of Shinarump, south side of Colorado at Lees Ferry, Coconino Co., AZ. June 5, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1314: "View looking north across Colorado at Lees Ferry along Echo Monocline, Coconino Co., AZ. Strata beginning at base, Moenkopi, Shinarump, Chinle, LaPlata. Paria River at left. June 6, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 1315: "View looking S. 50 degrees W. from south side Colorado at head of Marble Canyon, Coconino Co., Az. Vermilion cliffs in right background. June 6, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 1316: "View looking south along face of Echo Cliffs, 2 miles south of Lees Ferry, Coconino Co., AZ. Standing on Shinarump conglomerate. June 6, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1317: "View looking south, West face Echo Cliffs, 2 miles south of Lees Ferry, Coconino Co., AZ. Standing on Shinarump conglomerate. June 6, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1318: "Chinle shales at Echo Peak, Coconino Co., AZ. Standing on Shinarump conglomerate. June 6, 1915."
  • 1319: "Vermilion cliff looking north across Marble Canyon: Kaibab in foreground, first bench Moenkopi capped by Shinarump, 2 miles west of mouth of Paria River, Coconino Co., AZ. June 6, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1320: "Moenkopi shales, Echo Peak, south side, Colorado, 1 mile below mouth of Paria River, Coconino co., AZ. June 6, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1321: "Glen Canyon, Coconino Co., AZ. 3 miles above Lees Ferry looking up stream from south bank. June, 1915."
  • 1322: "North wall Glen Canyon, 2 miles above Lees Ferry, Coconino Co., AZ. June, 1915."
  • 1323: "Glen Canyon, 3 miles above Lees Ferry looking up stream from south bank. June 1915."
  • 1324: "North wall, Glen Canyon, 3 miles above Lees Ferry, Coconino Co., AZ. June, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1325: "LaPlata (Navajo) sandstone, Glen Canyon, 3 miles above Lees Ferry, Coconino Co., AZ. June, 1915."
  • 1326: "Permian (Moenkopi) cliff, south side Colorado at Lees Ferry, Coconino Co., AZ, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1327: "View at head of Marble Canyon, looking S. 40 degrees W. from base of LaPlata at point 2 miles east of Paria River. Vermilion cliff at left, Coconino Co., AZ. June, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 1328: "View of Vermilion cliffs looking across junction of Paria and Colorado rivers, standing at base of Navajo sandstone, Coconino Co., AZ. June,. 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1329: "Mud crack 4" wide, Paria Creek, Coconino Co., AZ. June, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1330: "Trail from Lees Ferry to top of plateau east of Paria River, Coconino Co., Az. June, 1915."
  • 1331: "Trail from Lees Ferry to top of plateau east of Paria River, coconino Co., AZ. June 1915."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1332: "Trail from Lees Ferry to plateau east of Paria Creek, Coconino Co., AZ. June 1915."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1333: "McElmo strata on top of 'Sentinel' formation, view standing on Navajo sandstone between Sentinel Rock and warm creeks, Coconino Co., AZ. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1334: "McElmo formation(?) on 'Sentinel' formation between Sentinel Rock and Warm creeks, Coconino Co., AZ. June 1915."
  • 1335: "View Glen Canyon of Colorado, mouth of Warm Creek, Coconino Co., Az. Navajo sandstone. June 1915."
  • 1336: "Warm Creek Canyon, Coconino Co., AZ. Walls of Navajo sandstone. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1337: "Warm Creek near mouth, Coconino Co., AZ. Navajo sandstone. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1338: "Warm Creek Canyon, Coconino Co., AZ. 1 mile above mouth. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1339: "Warm Creek Canyon, Coconino Co., AZ. Navajo sandstone. June 1915."
  • 1340: "Warm Creek Canyon. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1341: "Contact of Navajo sandstone and 'Sentinel' formation, east branch of Warm Creek, Coconino Co., AZ. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1342: "Banded cliff, McElmo(?) formation capped by Dakota, 2 miles east of Warm Creek, Kane Co., UT. June 8, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1343: "Cliffs of McElmo formation, 2 miles east of Warm Creek, Kane Co., UT. June 8, 1915."
  • 1344: "View looking south across Glen Canyon from near Warm Creek, Kane Co., UT. June 1915."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1345: "View southeast across Glen Canyon from point 3 miles east of Warm Creek, Kane Co., UT. June 1915."
  • 1346: "Glen Canyon, 4 miles above Crossing of the Fathers, Kane Co., UT. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1347: "Glen Canyon, 4 miles above Crossing of the Fathers, Kane Co., UT. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1348: "Glen Canyon, 4 miles above Crossing of the Fathers, Kane Co., UT. June 1915."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1349: "Mesa Verde strata, west edge of Kaiparowits Plateau, Kane Co., UT. June 1915."
  • 1350: "Red Rock amphitheater cut in Monocline. Upper Cliff Valley, Kaiparowtz Plateau, Kane Co., UT. Standing on Dakota rim at West. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 1351: "Near head of 'Cliff' Canyon, looking N. 70 degrees W. over Dakota toward Mancos and Mesa Verde(?) Kaiparowitz Plateau, Kane Co., UT. June 10, 1915."
  • 1352: "Outfit at head of 'Cliff' Canyon. Kaiparowitz Plateau, Kane Co., UT. Dakota sandstone, Mancos and Mesa Verde strata in distance. June 10, 1915."
  • 1353: "North River, Kaiparowitz Plateau, near head of Last Chance Creek, Kane Co., UT. June 13, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1354: "Mesa Verde strata at Coal Mines 4 miles south of Escalante, Garfield Co., UT. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1355: "LaPlata sandstone, north bank of Escalante Canyon, Garfield Co., UT. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1356: "Partly detached arch, first stage in formation of natural bridge in LaPlata sandstone, Escalante Canyon, Garfield Co., UT. June 1915."
  • 1357: "Cross bedding in LaPlata sandstone, Escalante Canyon, Garfield Co., UT. June 1915."
  • 1358: "LaPlata sandstone on Chinle shales, Silver Falls canyon, Garfield Co., UT. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1359: "Camp, Burr Flat, Water Pocket Valley, Garfield Co., UT. June 1915."
  • 1360: "Water Pocket Monocline, Garfield Co., UT, looking N. 15 degrees W. June 1915."
  • 1361-4: "Mancos shales, Pine Alcove Valley, Garfield Co., UT. June 1915."(Numbers 1361-4, Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Number 1361, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1365: "Mancos and Mesa Verde strata, Pine Alcove Valley, looking toward Mount Hillers, Garfield Co., UT. June 1915."
  • 1366: "Mount Holmes looking southeast from base of Mount Hillers at Star Ranch, Garfield Co., UT. June 1915."
  • 1367: "Camp at Star Ranch, Henry Mountains, Garfield Co., UT. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1368: "Mount Hillers looking north from Star Ranch, Garfield Co., UT. June 1915."
  • 1369: "Trachyte Canyon, Garfield Co., UT. LaPlata sandstone, June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1370: "Trachyte Canyon, Garfield Co., UT. Walls of LaPlata sandstone. June 1915."
  • 1371: "Colorado River at Hite, UT. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1372: "Colorado River looking south 3 miles above Hite, Garfield Co., UT. June 19, 1915."
  • 1373: "Crossing of Colorado 3 miles above Hite, Garfield Co., UT. Note horses swimming. June 19, 1915."
  • 1374: "Camp south edge of Elk Ridge at head of Grand Gulch, San Juan Co., UT. June 1915."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1375: "Vegetation south slope of Bears Ears, Elk Ridge, San Juan Co., UT. June 1915."
  • 1376: "Canyon leading west from Elk Ridge, San Juan Co., UT. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1377: "Abajo Mountains looking east from Elk Ridge across Cottonwood Canyon, San Juan Co., UT. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1378: "Camp, Bears Ears, Elk Ridge, UT. June 1915."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1379: "Sheep Camp, Cottonwood Canyon, Abajo Mountains, San Juan Co., UT. June 1915."
  • 1380: "West wall of Allen Canyon, Abajo Mountains, San Juan Co., UT. McElmo strata. June 1915."
  • 1381: "LaPlata sandstone near Allen Canyon, Abajo Mountains, San Juan Co., UT. June 1915."
  • 1382: "Hatch Wash, 30 miles north of Monticello, San Juan Co., UT. Butte of LaPlata sandstone(?) in distance. June 28, 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1383: "Looking Glass Rock, Dry Valley, San Juan Co., UT. June 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. )
  • 1384: "LaSal Mountains from south looking across platform of LaPlata sandstone. June 1915"(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1385: "Abajo Mountains from southwest. (Probably from southern end of Elk Ridge."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1386: "Lower part of White Canyon?"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1387: "Temple Mountain, San Rafael Swell. LaPlata, Chinle, Shinarump, Moenkopi, Emery Co., UT, June 1918."
  • 1388: "Hanksville, looking northeast down Fremont River. Wayne Co., UT. June 1918"
  • 1389: "Hanksville, just below Dakota. Red-brown and chocolate gypsum shales. Wayne Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1390: "Hanksville. Gypsum seams in McElmo banded shale. Wayne Co., UT. June 1918."
  • Canyon Diablo To Walpi Trip, Photos by H.S. Poley, Colorado Spgs, CO.
  • 1391: "Spring at foot of mesa, Walpi, AZ."
  • 1392: "Walpi on top of mesa, looking southwest to Mishonginovi on top of next mesa."
  • 1393: "Walpi. The southeastern side of the mesa. Note sheep folds at base of mesa (lower left), also growing corn out on the desert, all a fine yellow sand."
  • 1394: "Tewa Pueblo, 'Hano,' on top of mesa near Walpi, built around a court, left center showing opening between houses with buildings (doorway and window) across the court."
  • 1395: "Weaving prayer rug in deserted kiva or cave in the rock. Note diagonal texture of the weave-a very ancient weave and known only to the Hopi."
  • 1396: "Hopi woman washing in natural basin on hill near the spring. She brought water in nearby olla."
  • 1397: "Chief Harry Supela (naked) about to enter snake kiva at Walpi, morning of snake dance. Great altar is partly seen through the covered passage way."
  • 1398: "After the dance, Walpi, AZ."
  • 1399: "Walpi-the east end of the pueblo. Note deep trail worn into the edge of mesa top."
  • 1400: "Old crier of Walpi. Firewood stored above his doorway."
  • 1401: "Hopi women on the trail to Mishonginovi, AZ."
  • 1402: "Hopi family. Mishonginvi, AZ."
Four Corners trip, photos by H. S. Poley:
  • 1403: "Dance hogan of Navajo at Shiprock Agency."
  • 1404: "Round tower, Mancas Creek, SW Colorado."
  • 1405: "San Juan River. Mud flats like quicksand near Four Corners."
  • 1406: "Interior Navajo summer hogan, San Juan Valley."
  • 1407: "Within the corral. Heffernan's trading post near Anath, UT. (A porch around the house is covered with branches of cottonwood to keep out the summer heat and light.)"
  • 1408: "Sand Creek canyon, SW Colorado. (Many square miles of almost desert country are filled with cave ruins.)"
  • 1409: "Ruin Canyon, UT. McElmo region is filled with ruins."
  • 1410: "Battle Rock, McElmo Creek, SW Colorado."
  • 1411: "Navajo bad lands."
  • 1412: "Summer hogan, Navajo Indians."
  • 1413: "Hogan--permanent house of Navajo Indians."
  • 1414: "Shiprock, NW New Mexico."
  • 1415: "Navajo Indians at Shiprock."
  • 1416: "San Juan River, Farmington, NM."
  • 1417: "Navajo Indians, Farmington, NM. Notice the white 'Stetsons;' the Utes have black ones."
"Indians at Fourth of July Celebration--Farmington:"
  • 1418-20: "Navajo."
  • 1421-3: "Capitol Reef Wash, San Rafael Swell. Wingate sandstone. Emery Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1424: "Capitol Reef Wash, San Rafael Swell. Cavities in Wingate sandstone. Emery Co., UT. June 1918."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1425: "Capitol Reef Wash, San Rafael Swell. Navajo sandstone. Emery Co., UT. June 1918. Stream cutting through monocline."
  • 1426: "Between Notom and Bowns Ranch. Gypsum dike in McElmo sandstone. Wayne Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1427: "Southeast of Bowns Ranche. Cretaceous strata. Wayne Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1428: "Southeast of Bowns Ranche. Cretaceous hogbacks. Wayne Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1429: "East of Bowns Ranch. Cretaceous strata. Wayne Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1430: "Looking east from Bitter Water Divide. Cretaceous strata. Wayne Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1431: "View looking east from near divide at head of Water Pocket Canyon. Cretaceous strata, hogback. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1432: "Head of Water Pocket Valley. Sharp turn in axis of fold in Cretaceous sandstone. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1433: "Water Pocket Fold, head of Burr Trail. Wingate sandstone. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1434: "Water Pocket Fold near foot of Burr Trail. General view Cretaceous strata. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1435: "East of the foot of Burr Trail, Water Pocket Fold. Cretaceous strata. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1436: "Water Pocket Fold, looking south from the foot of Burr Trail. Upturned Dakota, McElmo, and LaPlata. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1437: "Water Pocket Fold, view looking north from a point 4 miles south of the foot of Burr Trail. Red limestone, gypsum and sandstone overlying Navajo sandstone. Cretaceous in the distance. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1438: "Water Pocket Fold, view looking south. Red limestone, gypsum and sandstone overlying Navajo sandstone. LaPlata, McElmo, and Dakota in the distance. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1439: "Water Pocket Fold on trail to Smith (Baker) Ranch on Hall Creek. Landslide of Chinle material over LaPlata. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1440: "Water Pocket Fold. Looking north 30 degrees west along Hall Creek Valley near where stream leaves McElmo to enter LaPlata. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1441: "Water Pocket Fold. LaPlata to the right, thin-bedded McElmo, heavy red McElmo bed at the left. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1442: "Water Pocket Fold, near Baker Ranch, Hall Creek. LaPlata. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1443: "Water Pocket Fold, Cave Springs, Hanson Creek. Cow Camp. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1444: "Water Pocket Fold, Colorado River, mouth of Hanson Creek. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1445: "Water Pocket Fold, Hanson Creek, near mouth. Kane Co., UT. June 1918. LaPlata sandstone."
  • 1446: "Water Pocket Fold, Alcove in Hanson Creek. LaPlata sandstone. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1447: "Water Pocket Fold. Smith's Ranche, looking up Hall Creek north. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1448: "Water Pocket Fold. Smith's Ranche, looking north-northeast. McElmo strata and Dakota. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1449: "Water Pocket Fold. Hall Creek, looking north from point three miles northwest of Smith's Ranche. LaPlata sandstone on the left, McElmo on the right. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1450: "Water Pocket Fold. Smith's Ranche. Massive red McElmo, banded McElmo, Dakota on the top. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1451: "Trail over Water Pocket Fold near Smith's Ranche. LaPlata sandstone. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1452: "Trail over Water Pocket Fold near Smith's Ranche. LaPlata sandstone. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1453: "Trail over Water Pocket Fold near Smith's Ranche. LaPlata sandstone. Kane Co., UT. June 1916."
  • 1454: "Crest of Water Pocket Fold, above Smith's Ranche. Kane Co., UT. June 1916."
  • 1455: "Crest of Water Pocket Fold, east face. Knobs of LaPlata sandstone. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1456: "Water Pocket Fold. Hall Creek near slide. LaPlata sandstone to the left, McElmo capped by Dakota to the right. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1457: "Water Pocket Fold. East entrance to Muley Twist Trail. Wingate and Middle LaPlata. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1458: "Water Pocket Fold. West entrance to Muley Twist trail. Navajo on middle LaPlata. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1459: "Axis of Water Pocket Fold looking southwest standing on Chinle. Wingate in distance. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1460: "Axis of Water Pocket Fold looking south 30 degrees west from divide between Muley Twist and Silver Falls Canyon. Wingate sandstone. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1461: "Scene in Silver Falls Canyon. Kane Co., UT. June 1916."
  • 1462: "Upper Silver Falls Canyon. Chinle strata below Wingate. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1463: "Upper Silver Falls Canyon. Chinle beds below Wingate. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1464: "Silver Falls Canyon. Middle LaPlata and Navajo sandstone. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1465: "Escalante Canyon near mouth of Silver Falls Canyon. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1466: "Harris Canyon, tributary to Escalante Canyon. Navajo strata. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1467: "Escalante gorge, looking from Escalante across river flat. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1468: "Escalante fold looking northeast from Escalante. McElmo is in foreground, LaPlata in the distance. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1469: "Bank of Wash near Escalante. Texture like Dakota sandstone. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1470: "Crossing Escalante River at point where sand dunes bury the canyon walls, near mouth of Silver Falls Canyon. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1470a: "Kaiparowits, looking across Mancos landslide. Material from top of Dakota. Mesa Verde strata. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1471: "Kaiparowits Plateau. Forty mile point looking northwest. McElmo and Dakota bench. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1472: "Kaiparowits Plateau. Forty mile Point. McElmo and Dakota projecting bench. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1473: "Kaiparowits Plateau, Forty Mile Point. McElmo Cliffs capped by Dakota. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1474: "Kaiparowits Plateau, Forty Mile Point. McElmo Cliffs capped by Dakota, landslide material resting on it. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1475: "Hole-in-the-Rock Trail to Colorado River. Looking east across River. LaPlata sandstone walls. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1476: "Kaiparowits Plateau. Navajo Mountain from Fifty Mile Point. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1477: "Bench extending from Kaiparowits Plateau near fifty Mile Point. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1478: "Kaiparowits Plateau. Earth Pillar in Landslide material. Fifty Mile Point. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1479: "North edge of Kaiparowits Plateau at Fifty Mile Point. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1480: "Hole-in-the-Rock Trail to Colorado River, from head of trail. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1481: "Hole-in-the-Rock Trail, Colorado River. From within the trail chasm looking across the river. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1482: "Hole-in-the-Rock Trail to the Colorado River, looking east. Walls of LaPlata sandstone. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1483: "Horses in rock at head of Hole-in-the-Rock Trail to Colorado River. Navajo sandstone. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1484: "Kaiparowits Plateau. Earth Pillar. Landslide material. Fifty Mile Trail. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1485: "Kaiparowits Plateau. Surface of landslide. Fifty Mile Trail. San Juan Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1486: "Kaiparowits Plateau. Landslide material, '50 Mile' trail. Dakota and upper McElmo beds, slide material Mancos. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1487: "Top of Kaiparowits Plateau at east end. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1488: "Top of Kaiparowits Plateau, Sheep Camp near head of Coyote holes trail. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1489: "Trail on Navajo sandstone near mouth of Escalante. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1490: "Kaiparowits Plateau, Camp Collett Canyon. Mesa Verde strata. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1491: "Kaiparowits Plateau, Collett Canyon. Mesa Verde strata. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1492: "Escalante. Mormon tithing yard. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1493-4: "Escalante. Red Cross Day, procession. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1495: "Escalante. Red Cross Day. Mormon meeting house. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1496: "Escalante. Red Cross Day. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1497: "Aquarios Plateau. Box Ranger Station. Wallace Roundy, ranger. Wayne Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1498: "Aquarios Plateau. Box Ranger Station. Wallace Roundy, Ranger. Wayne Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1499: "Aquarios Plateau. Box Ranger Station. Pasture. Wayne Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1500: "Pine Creek. LaPlata sandstone. Wayne Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1501-2: "Escalante Monocline, looking north from a point 4 miles above mouth of Pine Creek. Wayne Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1503: "Beaver dam at Boulder. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1504: "Irrigated fields at Boulder surrounded by LaPlata sandstone. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1505: "Escalante Canyon. Escalante Arch, natural bridge in LaPlata Sandstone. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1506: "Escalante Valley, looking northwest from a point one mile west of Escalante. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1507: "Escalante and head of False Creek, looking southeast from a point one mile west of the village. Kaiparowits Plateau in the distance. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1508: "Escalante Valley and Village, looking east across the Village from a point one mile west. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1509: "Escalante Valley, looking northeast from a point one mile west of Escalante Village. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1510-1: "Street scene in Escalante. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1512: "Scene in Silver Falls Canyon. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1513: "Camp in Dry Valley near Henriville. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1514: "Escalante School House. United States Geological Survey headquarters 1918. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1515: "The 'Gut' passage through branch of the Wahweap. Mesa Verde strata. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1516: "Bank of Upper Wahweap. Mesa Verde strata. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1517: "Bed of Upper Wahweap. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1518: "Along Wahweap Stream. Cross bedding sandstone. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1519-21: "Wahweap Canyon. White 'McElmo' strata. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1522: "Middle of Wahweap Canyon. Mancos and Mesa Verde strata. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1523: "Hog back Dakota and lower beds part of Cottonwood Fold on Paria River. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1524: "Local Peneplain on Paria River at mouth of Cottonwood Wash. Upturned beds of Cottonwood fold at right. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1525-6: "Near town of Paria. Chinle 'marls.' Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1527: "Along Paria River. Alcove in LaPlata sandstone. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1528: "Bank of Paria River near Paria. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1529: "Bed of Paria River, former location of the Village of Paria. Kane Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1530: "Street in Henrieville, Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1531: "Escalante Monocline(?). Pine Creek, Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1532: "Escalante Monocline, beds above Navajo. June 1918."
  • 1533: "Escalante Monocline, Pine Creek. Navajo and McElmo Strata. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1534: "Escalante Monocline, Pine Creek. Navajo and McElmo Strata. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1535: "South edge of the High Plateaus at head waters of Paria River, north of Tropic. Tertiary strata overlying Lewis(?) shale. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1536: "View looking north from Henrieville. 'Sentinel' formation capped by Dakota. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1537: "Escalante Valley(?) Mesa Verde strata. Garfield Co., UT. June 1918."
  • 1538: "View from top of Kaiparowitz Plateau looking over Escalante Desert. Garfield Co., UT. 1918."
Arizona-Utah-Nevada-California Pictures, 1922:
  • 1539-41: "Camp scene, 6 miles north of Henrieville on Henrieville Creek. Marion Willis, packer(1539). Dewey Moore, packer(1540). Samuel Graff, packer(1541). Garfield Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1542: Camp scene, 30 miles east of Escalante. Kaiparowitz Plateau in background. Dr. Noble in foreground. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1543: "North face of Kaiparowitz Plateau at about 20-mile point. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1544: "Floor of Escalante desert 30 miles east of Escalante, looking west. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1545: "Northeast edge of Kaiparowitz Plateau from the top. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1546: "Navajo Mountain, from east end of Kaiparowitz Plateau. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1547-8: "Trail to the top of Kaiparowitz Plateau at head of Rock Creek. Mancos and Mesa Verde strata. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1549: "Glen Canyon of Colorado River near mouth of Rock Creek Canyon wall in Navajo (the top of which forms 'esplanades'), slope in lower 'Sentinel,' cliffs in Sentinel sandstone, capped by Dakota. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1550: "North bank of Glen Canyon of the Colorado, near Meskin Bar. Section includes Navajo to Dakota sandstone. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1551: "Glen Canyon of the Colorado, looking upstream from point 3 miles east of Crossing of the Fathers, near Meskin Bar. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1552: "Glen Canyon of Colorado, looking downstream from point near Meskin Bar, Esplanade on Navajo sandstone. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1553: "Glen Canyon, Colorado River, looking upstream from point 3 miles east of Crossing of the Fathers near mouth of Kane Creek. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1554-7: "Kane Springs Valley, east end of Gunsight Pass. Strata 'Sentinel' formation. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1558: "Gunsight Pass from Last Chance Valley to Kane Springs Valley. Strata massive sandstone of 'Sentinel.' Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1559: "Scene in Last Chance Creek. Kaiparowitz Plateau. Upper sandstone beds of 'Sentinel' formation in distance. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1560-1: "'Sentinel' formation. Section B banded strata below heavy sandstone. Kaiparowitz region. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1562: "'Sentinel' formation. Contact upper sandstone Section A with banded portion beneath, Section B. Cottonwood Canyon. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1563: "'Sentinel' formation. Contact upper sandstone just below Dakota, Section A, with banded strata beneath, Section B. Cottonwood Canyon. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1564: "Butte, composed of massive white rock below Dakota. Note horse and rider. Lower Wahweap Valley. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1565: "West side of lower Wahweap Valley. Valley walls of banded Sentinel formation, butte of massive white rock, upper part of Sentinel capped by Dakota. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1566: "East side of lower Wahweap Valley. White rocks below Dakota. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1567: "Wall of White Rock Gulch. (tributary to Wahweap) 'Sentinel' strata. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1568: "Wall of White Rock Gulch. (tributary to Wahweap) 'Sentinel' formation. Massive sandstone on top of 'Sentinel' formation. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1569-70: "Moenkopi strata. Shabkaib member. Three miles southwest of Paria. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1571: "Chinle strata at old Paria Village. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1572: "Pack outfit at old Village of Paria. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1573: "North bank of Everett Creek, tributary to Paria. Strata of 'Sentinel' formation. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1574: "Everett's grave on Everett Creek (tributary to Paria). Note pack horses on trail. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1575: "Paria Valley. Looking northeast from a point on the west rim 4 miles south of Cannonville. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1576: "Paria Valley from a point on west rim 4 miles south of Cannonville, looking east toward Henrieville. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1577: "Pink Cliffs from Swallow Park. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1578: "Cliffs at Cannonville. Banded muds below Dakota. Lower Wahweap of Moore. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1579: "Chimney Park, Dry Valley. Tributary to Paria Canyon. Front of plateau. 'Sentinel' sandstone at base of followed upward by Dakota, Mancos and Mesa Verde. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1580: "Chimney Park, Dry Valley. Tributary of Paria Canyon. Erosion remnant of 'Sentinel' sandstone capped by Dakota. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1581: "Paria Canyon. 4 miles above Paria Village. Banded red rocks, top of Chinle. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1582: "White Cliffs bordering canyon on east of Johnson Creek, Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1583: "White Cliffs east of Johnson Creek. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1584: "Fossil forest. Chinle beds between Navajo wells and 16 mile spring. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1585-6: "Chinle beds forming Vermillion Cliffs between Navajo wells and 16 mile spring. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1587: "Bank of Virgin River near Mt. Carmel. Marine Jurassic overlying Navajo sandstone. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1588: "Head of canyon of Virgin River near Mt. Carmel. Marine Jurassic overlying Navajo sandstone. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1589: "West Kaibab fault at Oak Creek Mar, Ryan, AZ. Notch is fault plan. Basal Hermit brought to level of Middle Kaibab. Coconino Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1590: "Camp on 'Lost Trail' between Jump Up Canyon and Ryan, AZ. Dr. and Mrs. Noble. Coconino Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1591: "Kanab Canyon, above mouth of Jump Up Canyon. Surface and water pocket of 'Esplanade' developed at top of Supai. Coconino Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1592: "Kanab Canyon, above Jump Up Canyon. Surface of Esplanade formed at top of Supai. Coconino Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1593: "Kanab Valley, above the mouth of Jump Up Canyon. Section is Supai, erosional unconformity, Hermit Coconino, Kaibab sandstone, Kaibab limestone. Coconino Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1594: "Kanab Creek, view looking toward mouth of Hack's Canyon. Stream intrenched in Supai, the top of which forms Esplanade. Strata are Supai, Hermit Coconino (forming slope), Kaibab sandstone and limestone, Kaibab cherty limestone. Coconino Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1595: "Kanab Canyon, 2 miles south, tributary Little Springs Canyon. Section includes Hermit Coconino, Kaibab, Coconino Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1596: "Kanab Canyon. View near mouth of tributary Little Springs Canyon. Coconino Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1597: "Kanab Canyon. View near mouth of tributary Little Springs Canyon. Coconino Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1598: "Kanab Canyon. Meander cusp 6 miles north of Snake Gulch. Supai, Hermit, Coconino, Kaibab. Coconino Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1599: "Kanab Canyon, 15 miles south of Fredonia. Lowest limestone beds of Kaibab formation. Coconino Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1600: "Camp at Reservoir 2 miles south of Fredonia. Dr. and Mrs. Noble and three packers. Coconino Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1601: "Kanab Canyon, 15 miles south of Fredonia. Lowest beds of limestone, portion of the Kaibab formation. Dr. Noble in middle ground. Coconino Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1602: "Dr. Noble's Franklin car stuck in mud on Hurricane-Kanab road, Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1603: "View in Zion Canyon, UT. LaPlata strata overlying Chinle. Kane Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1604-5: "Street scene in Toquerville. Washington Co., UT. 1922."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1606: "Santa Clara, 20 miles west of St. George, UT. New canyon cut through lava fill of old valley. Washington Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1607: "Street scene in St. George. Washington co., UT. 1922."
  • 1608: "Field near St. George. Washington Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1609: "House of Henry Fraehier. Littlefield, Mojave Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1610: "Bank of Virgin River. Road cut in Pliocene(?) wash deposits. 4 miles south of Littlefield. Mojave Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1611: "Virgin River near Littlefield. Mojave Co., AZ. 1922."
  • 1612: "Virgin River near Mesquite, Nev. Beaver Dam Mountains in distance. Clark Co., NV. 1922."
  • 1613: "Virgin River between Mesquite, NV and Littlefield, AZ. Beaver Dam Mountains in distance. Clark Co., NV. 1922."
  • 1614: "Street scene in St. Thomas. Clark Co., NV. 1922."
  • 1615: "Dissected fan. Funeral Range, Death Valley, Inyo Co., CA. 1922."
  • 1616: "Wilson's Ranch, Charleston Range. LaPlata sandstone overlying Chinle. Clark Co., NV. 1922."
  • 1617: "Floor of sand, Death Valley. Inyo Co., CA. 1922."
  • 1618: "Old Tecopa house at smelter on Willow Creek, Amargosa Valley. Dr. Noble, Mrs. Noble. Inyo Co., CA. 1922."
  • 1619: "Desert pavement south end of Death Valley. Dr. Levi Noble standing. Inyo Co., CA. 1922."
  • 1620-1: "Desert pavement south end of Death Valley. Inyo Co., CA. 1922."
  • 1622: "Mesa near Pipe Springs, UT. Moenkopi strata with Shinarump cap. Washington Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1623: "Mesa extending from High Plateau. Moenkopi with Shinarump cap near Pipe Springs, UT. Washington Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1624: "Tributary to Virgin River cutting through hogback near Harrisburg, Washington Co., UT. 1922."
  • 1625: "Fig Tree at Wilson Ranch, Charleston Mtns, NV."
  • 1626: "Wilson Ranch, Charleston Mtns., NV. Dip slopes of Moenkopi in background."
  • 1627: "Wilson Ranch, Charleston Mtns., NV. Cliff of Navajo Ss. in background. Ranch house is on bench of Shinarump conglomerate."
  • 1628: "Frochmer House at Littlefield. Church at St. George, NV."
  • 1629: "Church at St. George, NV. 1922."
  • 1630: "Repairing washed out road in Zion Canyon, UT. 1922."
  • 1631: "Town of Hurricane from Hurricane Cliff. Pine Valley Mts. in background. UT. 1922."
  • 1632: "First camp out of Fredonia, UT. 1922."
  • 1633: "Breakfast. First camp in canyon of lower Kanab Creek, AZ. 1922."
  • 1634: "Camp in Kanab Canyon 2 miles below mouth of Snake Gulch. Gregory rolling bed. AZ. 1922."
  • 1635: "Camp in Kanab Canyon 2 miles below mouth of Snake Gulch."
  • 1636: "Arthur Lewis. Kanab Camp, UT. 1922."
  • 1637: "Looking up canyon of lower Kanab Creek from a point 3 miles below the mouth of Snake Gulch. AZ. 1922."
  • 1638: "Supai Sandstone, lower Kanab Creek. Mouth of Karks Canyon at left. Arrow points to horizon of bed of limestone conglomerate. AZ."
  • 1639: "Cross-bedding, summit member, Supai sandstone, mouth of Jump Up Canyon, AZ."
  • 1640: [No caption.]
  • 1641: "'Marine Jurassic' beds, Paunuweap, 4 miles below Mt. Carmel., at point where we measured section. UT."
  • 1642: "Hotel at Kanab. Gregory by car."
  • 1643: "Looking east across valley of the Parunuweap from a point between Orderville and Mt. Carmel. Cliffs are Navajo sandstone capped by 'Marine Jurassic.'"
  • 1644: "Kanab."
  • 1645: "Kanab. Showing Tithing House, Hotel, and church."
  • 1646-7: "Looking down Kanab Creek from a point 3 miles above Kanab. I began measuring section at the summit of the sandstone bed marked x, which is at the top of your measured Chinle section."
  • 1648: "White Cliffs of Navajo Sandstone on upper Kanab Creek, capped, in the background, by limestone of the 'Marine Jurassic.'"
  • 1649: "Contact between Navajo sandstone and Marine Jurassic on upper Kanab Creek."
  • 1650: "Beds of 'Marine Jurassic' limestone overlying Navajo Sandstone on upper Kanab Creek at the point where I measured a section of the 'Marine Jurassic.'"
  • 1651: "Quaking asps, Paunsaugunt Plateau."
  • 1652: "Cliffs of Tertiary limestone under rim of Paunsaugunt" Plateau at a point about 7 miles NE of Alton."
  • 1653: "Bryce Canyon."
  • 1654: "View east from rim of Bryce Canyon showing Kaiparowitz Peak and the Table Cliff Plateau."
  • 1655: "Mangum's hotel, Cannonville."
  • 1656: "Canyon of Paria Creek in white Navajo sandstone."
  • 1657: "Camp in canyon of Paria Creek in white Navajo sandstone. Dorthy and Dinah Watts."
  • 1658: "Canyon of Paria Creek in white Navajo sandstone."
  • 1659-60: "Entering Paria."(Number 1659, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1661: "Base of Kaibab limestone and summit of Hermit Shale in Kaibab (Buckskin) Gulch. Coconino sandstone absent."
  • 1662: "Contact between Kaibab and Moenkopi in Kaibab (Buckskin) Gulch."
  • 1663: "Lone Rock, Wahweap Creek."
  • 1664: "Camp on Wahweap Creek."
  • 1665: "View up Colorado River from a point 3 miles east of Cottonwood Cove. Navajo Mtn. in background. Terrace in foreground is at the horizon of the 'Marine Jurassic.'"
  • 1666: "Panoramic with view attached."
  • 1667: "Gunsight Pass looking east from Gunsight Cove."
  • 1668: "Gunsight Pass."
  • 1669: "Bench along Colorado River formed by soft beds at the horizon of the 'Marine Jurassic.' The view was taken looking up Colorado River from a point about 2 miles west of Kane Creek. Cliffs in background are Sentinel(?) formation and McElmo."
  • 1670: "Between Gunsight Pass and Kane Creek."
  • 1671: "View looking down Colorado river at the Crossing of the Fathers. Showing bench at summit of Navajo SS. formed by soft beds at the horizon of the 'Marine Jurassic.'"
  • 1672: "View up Colorado River from a point 3 miles below Meskin Bar, showing bench developed at the horizon of the 'Marine Jurassic.' Cliffs in background are Sentinel and McElmo formations. I measured a section of the beds at the horizon of the 'Marine Jurassic' at the farthest point up the river where the beds are visible in this view."
  • 1673: "Camp above Meskin Bar on summit of navajo sandstone. Buttes in background are on south side of Colorado."
  • 1674: "Looking up Colorado River at the mouth of Rock Creek."
  • 1675-6: "Camp on rim of Kaiparowitz Plateau."
  • 1677: "Navajo Mountain from end of Kaiparowitz Plateau."
  • 1678: "Pond on Kaiparowitz Plateau."
  • 1679: "Camp in Escalante Desert. Kaiparowitz Plateau in background."
  • 1680: "Camp at Liston Ranche between Escalante and Henrieville."
  • 1681-4: "Liston Ranch, Marion, Dewey, Sam."
  • 1685: "Henrieville."
  • 1686: "View down Wingate Wash from Hidden Spring (looking toward Death Valley).
  • 1687: "Wingate Pass from Paramint Valley."
  • 1688: "View northward across valley of Wingate Wash from Hidden Spring, Paramint Mts. in background. Low hills upturned Tertiary Lake beds in foreground contain the Epsomite deposits."
  • 1689: "Epsomite deposits associated with Tertiary lake beds 4 miles south of Wingate Wash."
  • 1690: "Epsomite deposits in tertiary lake Beds 4 miles south of Wingate Wash."
  • 1691: "Looking N at Slate Range from 3200 ft. hill of fault breccia situated about 4 miles WSW of 2021 BM in Leach Trough at entrance of Paramint Valley. Outcrop of fault breccia in lower foreground."
  • 1692: "Looking E along Leach Trough from 3200 ft. hill of fault breccia situated about 4 miles WSW of 2021 BM in Leach Trough at entrance of Paramint Valley."
  • 1693: "Looking westward from Cave Spring Wash along fault that crosses Cave Spring Wash at a point 5 miles below Cave Spring. The fault is probably the Leach Trough fault. Rocks at right of fault are indurated coarse red fanglomerate (possibly base of niter bed series); rocks at left are sheared and broden biotite gneiss."
  • 1694: "Mud cracks in a stream channel on the lower part of the fan of Cave Spring Wash, South Death Valley."
  • 1695: "Indurated red fanglomerate lying against fault that crosses Cafe Spring wash at a point 5 miles below Cave Spring."
  • 1696: "South end of Silurian Mts. from a point about a mile east of Riggs."
  • 1697: "Silurian Dry Lake and north face of the Avanatz Mts. from mine in Silurian Mts. east of Riggs."
  • 1698: "View across old outflow channel of Silver Lake."
  • 1699: "Old outflow channel of Silver Lake looking south from a point 100 yards north of the divide, showing bedrock (granite) at the left in the bed of the channel. Cut where Gregory is standing is an artificial cut."
  • 1700: "Outcrop of Paleozoic limestone (fossils) 1/4 mile SW of Baker."
  • 1701: "Folded gypsum-bearing beds in east bank of Little Rock Creek near San Andreas Rift, Elizabeth Lake Quadrangle."
  • 1702: "Fault between gypsum-bearing beds and granite in San Andreas Rift Zone on east side of Little Rock Creek, Elizabeth Lake Quadrangle. Fault plane nearly vertical."
  • 1703: "Charleston Peak:" "at about 11,000 feet." (1704) "Viewed from the south." (1705) "Frost blocks; summit in distance." (1706) "Frost blocks and vegetation. Dr. L.F. Noble standing." (1707) "Looking south from summit." (1708) "Summit. Dr. Noble and Professor Gregory."
  • 1709: "Shoshone, Smoragosa Valley. Professor Gregory, Rocky Mountain George, Dr. Noble, Dr. Hewett."
  • 1710: "Furnace Creek. View near Ryan."
  • 1711: "Furnace Creek. Dr. Noble takes a bath in wayside water trough."
  • 1712: "Furnace Creek. Erosion in colored Tertiary beds."
  • 1713: "Furnace Creek. Tertiary beds near Mineral Monument. Professor Gregory, Dr. Noble, Dr. Hewett."
  • 1714: "Death Valley. Furnace Creek Ranch. 20-Mule Team Borax wagons."
  • 1715: "Death Valley salt deposits, 9 miles south of Furnace Creek Ranch."
  • 1716: "Death Valley, California. Salt floor 9 miles south of Furnace Creek Ranch."
  • 1717: "Death Valley, California. Field at Furnace Creek Ranch. Professor Longwell packing up."
  • 1718: "Panamint Range, California. view in Wood(?) Valley, next valley south of Harrisburg. Old surface covered with slate fragments."
  • 1719: "Panamint Range, California. View looking into Death Valley from head of Wood(?) Valley."
  • 1720: "Searles Lake, California. Columns of tufa south end of Searles Lake."
  • 1721: "Searles Lake, California. Columns of tufa south end of Searles Lake. Marks water level of ancient lake."
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  • 1722: "Limestone in 'Marine Jurassic' at a dry waterfall tributary to Virgin River, 2 miles SW of Mt. Carmel."
  • 1723-4: "Banded, friable sands, "Marine Jurassic" between limestone bed and gypsum, 2 miles SW of Mt. Carmel."
  • 1725-8: "Banded red and white sands. "Marine Jurassic," immediately west of Cannonville."(Number 1726, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1729: "Sandstone and shale, "Marine Jurassic." Wall of Paria River, 3 miles below Cannonville."
  • 1730: "Ripple-marked sandstone, "Marine Jurassic," from bed 40 feet above top of Navajo sandstone, Rock Spring Gulch, 6 miles below Cannonville. S.S. Johnson, packer, in foreground.
  • 1731: "General view, wall of Dry Valley, "Marine Jurassic," with Dakota top. Kane Co., UT. 1924."
  • 1732: "Banded shales with 3 beds of gypsum, 'Marine Jurassic,' Cottonwood Wash section. Kane Co., UT, 1924."
  • 1733: "Contact McElmo and Dakota, Henrieville Wash. Garfield Co., UT, 1924."
  • 1734: "Cannonville, UT, looking east. September, 1924."
  • 1735: "Vegetation (pinion, cedar) in shales just above Navajo sandstone, Cottonwood Wash, Kane Co., UT, 1924."
  • 1736: "General view upper two thirds Waweap beds 1 mile southwest of Cannonville, Garfield Co., UT 1924."
  • 1737: "Detail view showing change in massiveness of beds of Waweap formation. along strike. Cannonville, Garfield Co., UT, 1924."
  • 1738: "Yellow-red sandstone above gypsiferous shales, Waweap formation 3 miles SE of Cannonville. Equivalent of beds shown in photograph 1728. Garfield Co., UT 1924."
  • 1739: "Cliffs of Waweap capped with Dakota. East side Dry Valley looking North. Top of Kaiparowits Plateau in distance. Kane Co., UT. 1924."
  • 1740: "General view walls of Dry Valley, Kane Co., UT 1924."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1741-2: "East side Death Valley near Mormon Point."
  • 1743: "Consolidated wash materials in canyon east side Death Valley near Mormon Point."
  • 1744: "Death Valley"
  • 1745: "Monorail west end Wingate Pass looking NE."
  • 1746: "West end Wingate Pass looking into Panamint Valley."
  • 1747: "Fault scarp east side Panamint Valley."
  • 1748-57: "Desert weathering Panamint Valley."(Number 1756, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1758: "Panamint Valley looking north from Ballarat."
  • 1759: "Camp near Mormon Point."
  • 1760: "Panamint fault scarp near Warm Sulphur Spring."
  • 1761: "Camp near Mormon Point."
  • 1762: "Valley fault scarp just south of Mormon Point."
  • 1763: "Panamint fault scarp south of Goler Canyon."
  • 1764: "Paleozoic section north of Wingate Pass."
  • 1765: "Weathered Granite boulders on older Fan, Panamint Valley."
  • 1766: "Shore lines, Panamint Valley."
  • 1767: "Canyon in gravels near Mormon Point."
  • 1768: "Faulted and dissected gravel deposits lying against the Death Valley Fault scarp near Mormon Point."
  • 1769: "Gravel deposits at Ballarat."
  • 1770: "Shore lines on older gravels, Panamint Valley."
  • 1771: "Panamint fault scarp 3 miles S of Ballarat."
  • 1772: "Monorail. Wingate Pass."
  • 1773: "Camp Piute Indians, Allen Canyon, San Juan Co., UT 1925."
  • 1774-7: "Part of Moenkopi section, Allen Canyon, San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1778-80: "Kaibab (foreground); Moenkopi first cliffs. Background-Jacobs Chair, Navajo sandstone. White Canyon, San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1781: "Moenkopi walls capped with Shinarump and rising above Coconino floor. Frey Canyon, San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1782-5: "Standing on Shinarump looking to canyon floor built on Kaibab. High buttes are Chinle, Wingate, Todilto, Navajo. Looking down Red Canyon, San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1786-91: "Upper part of Moenkopi just below Chocolate colored sandstone, slab talus. Clay Hills, San Juan Co., UT 1925.
  • 1792-4: "Castle uplift east flank, Navajo sandstone, San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1795-6: "Chinle beds exposed by stream traveling Castle uplift. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1797: "Top of Castle uplift at head of stream flowing east and cutting into Chinle beds, erosion surface developed. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1798: "Plain developed on top of Castle uplift, San Juan Co., UT 1925."
  • 1799: "Camp on Navajo sandstone east of Castle uplift, San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1800-1: "Waterpockets in Navajo sandstone near Castle uplift. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1802-6: "Walls of Castle Canyon showing Todilto and Navajo. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1807: "Trail on Todilto at base of Walls of Navajo. Castle Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1808-9: "Crest of Clay Hills Divide cut in Chinle strata: looking east toward Grand Gulch. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1810-14: "Walls of White Canyon showing forms resulting from erosion of red shale like bands which occur as lenses in massive crossed white Coconino sandstone. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1815: "Head of White Canyon looking NW. Canyon floor developed in Kaibab, sides in Moenkopi capped by Shinarump Distant mesas of Navajo. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1816-7 "Bears Ears views from the south cliffs are Chinle, capped by Wingate, foreground is Shinarump. Elk Ridge, San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1818-19 "Allen Canyon country outer slope of Comb monocline. San Juan Co., UT, 1925. Wall of ridge includes Moenkopi & Chinle, head of Whiskers Creek."
  • 1820: "East wall of Comb Wash includes Chinle, Wingate, Todilto, Navajo near mouth of Arch Canyon. San Juan Co., UT. 1925."
  • 1821: "Top of wall east side of Comb Wash. Strata of Glen Canyon Group near mouth of Arch Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1822-3: "Comb monocline left Kaibab, valley floor and end Moenkopi. Shinarump right. Chinle slopes capped by Wingate. Shinarump caps Elk Ridge high point in left background. View looking north from mouth of Arch Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1825-6: "Kaibab sandstone (with cliff dwelling) exposed in wall near mouth of Arch Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1827: "Recent trenching of Whichers Creek. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1828: "Yellow-red bed (Entrada?) little above Navajo sandstone of Allen Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1829: "McElmo strata, Allen Canyon, San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1830: "Contact Navajo and McElmo. Dry Wash. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1831: "Heavy red bed Entrada (?) in McElmo, Dry Wash. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1832-4: "McElmo (?) formation. Dry Wash. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1835: "Camp scene. Elk Ridge near head Butte Canyon branch of arch Canyon. A.A. Baker and Edna Hope Gregory. San Juan Co., UT, 1925."
  • 1836: "Scene near Bears Ears, Elk Ridge. Snow on May 12. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1837: "Top of Elk Ridge. Aspen and yellow pine. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1838-9: "Coconino (?) sandstone overlaid by Moenkopi and underlaid by Supai (?). Dark Canyon near mouth of Kigalia Canyon, Elk Ridge. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1840: "Camp scene near Allen Canyon. Piute summer shelter. Edna Hope Gregory, A.A. Baker and McKnight. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1841: "San Juan River looking south from a point near Bowens trading post at Goodridge. Stream gage in middle distance. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1842: "Goodridge Bridge. Edna Hope Gregory, Baker, McKnight. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1843: "View looking down San Juan River from above Goodridge Bridge. San Juan Co., UT. 1927"
  • 1844: "San Juan River from a Point 2 miles west of Bluff. Entrada(?) on Carmel od Lees Classification, San Juan Co., 1927."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1845-6: "Cococino (?) sandstone near head of Hammond Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1847-8: "Comb monocline looking north from Hammond Canyon. Coconino (?), Moenkopi, Shinarump. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1849-50: "South wall of Dry Wash, entrada overlain by Summerville(?) and Salt wash(?) Morrison. San Juan Co., UT, 1927"
  • 1851: "Wingate remnant on Chinle at junction of Posey Creek and Cottonwood Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1852: "Chinle capped by Wingate west side Cottonwood Canyon near junction with Posey Creek. San Juan Co., 1927."
  • 1853: "Wingate on Chinle. Cottonwood Canyon near mouth of Notch Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1854: "Mancos Jim Butte. Carmel, Navajo. Comb monocline in distance and beyond it Moenkopi Cliffs capped by Shinarump of Elk Ridge, San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1855: "Entrada, Carmel (?) Navajo, east side. Allen Canyon near Mancos Jim Butte. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1856: "Detail of erosion in Entrada; Mancos Jim Butte at left. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1857: "Erosion in Entrada sandstone Dry wash. Edna Hope Gregory. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1858-60: "Unconformity, Navajo and Entrada Dry wash. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1861: "Dakota on Morrison, North end of Black Mesa, west side of Cottonwood Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1862: "Wall of Arch Canyon near Cathedral Arch. Massive Coconino(?). San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1863: "Wall of Arch Canyon near Cathedral Arch. Bedded Coconino above Supai(?). San Juan Co., UT. 1927."
  • 1864: "Looking through Cathedral Arch. Arch Canyon. Coconino(?) on Supai(?). San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1865: "Supai(?) beds below Coconino near Cathedral Arch, Arch Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1866-7: "Wall of Arch Canyon, near Angel Arch. Coconino(?) on Supai(?). San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1868: "View at mouth of Fish Creek. Supai with cap of attenbiated coconino(?) or sandstone in Supai(?). San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1869: "Looking into Road Canyon from old Mormon Road from Clay Hills to Bluff. Coconino cap rock. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1870: "Fish Canyon near its head. Coconino(?) over Supai(?). Comb monocline in the distance. San Juan Co., UT, 1927.'
  • 1871: "Surface of Grand Gulch plateau near Snow Flat. Coconino(?) sandstone, San Juan Co., 1927."
  • 1872: "View at Snow Flat head of Fish Creek. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1873: "Grand Gulch Plateau near head of Fish Creek, toward Elk Ridge. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1874: "Butte of Moenkopi standing on Coconino(?) between Snow Flat and Kane Draw. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1875: "Top of Coconino(?) at head of Kane Draw tributary to Grand Gulch. San Juan Co., 1927."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1876: "Coconino(?) at Dripping Springs, Grand Gulch, showing irregular bedding caused by lenses of red shale. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1877: "Coconino on rim of Grand Gulch near Dripping Springs. Recession of cliff along thin bed of red shale. Cliff rim under cliff. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1878: "Moenkopi Cliff. 4 miles north of Clay Hills Divide. Top is massive wall 100 feet high. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1879: "Middle Moenkopi near Clay Hills Divide. "Organ" weathering. San Juan Co., UT. 1927."
  • 1880: "Upper Moenkopi near Clay Hills Divide. Shinarump cap. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1881: "Castle Wash at the point where old Mormon Road leaves the wash to go to Lake Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1882: "Camp in Lake Canyon. Walls of Navajo Sandstone. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1883-4: "Lacustrie deposits in Lake Canyon at former "Lake." San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1885: "Trail up face of Gray Mesa, Navajo sandstone. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1886: "Gray Mesa toward south end of Waterpocket fold. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1887: "Carmel overlying Navajo Gray Mesa. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1888-9: "Navajo sandstone at Junction of Colorado and San Juan Rivers, San Juan Co., UT, 1927."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1890: "San Juan Canyon from near its mouth. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1891: "Top of Wilson Mesa, Navajo Mountain at left; Kaiparowits plateau at right background. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1892-3: "Moki Canyon trail down sand dunes near Red Cove Spring. Wingate, Todilto, Navajo. San Juan Co., UT, 1927." Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.
  • 1894: "Wall of Moki Canyon. Chinle and Wingate. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1895: "Junction of Red Canyon and Glen Canyon. Floyd Young, San Juan Co., UT, 1927."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1896-7: "Castle Butte near mouth of Red Canyon Wingate on Chinle; surrounding surface Shinarump, Zeke Johnson. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."(Number 1897, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1898: "West wall of Glen Canyon looking west across river from point 2 miles northwest of Castle Butte. Moenkopi (upper and middle) Shinarump Chinle, Wingate, Todilto."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1899: "White Canyon 6 miles above its mouth. Moenkopi capped by Shinarump in distance while canyon is cut deeply into white rocks, middle distance. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1900: "Moenkopi (lower and middle sections) in White Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1901: "Moenkopi (lower and middle) showing "organ" weathering. White Canyon, San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1902: "Owachowa Natural Bridge looking down stream. Coconino(?). San Juan Co., UT, 1927."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1903: "Comb monocline from Blanding-Kigalia road. Chinle capped by Wingate in left front Shinarump cap at right sloping up to Elk Ridge. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1904: "Moenkopi at head of Comb Wash looking north across Milk Ranch Point. Cap rock is Shinarump. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."
  • 1905-6: "Details of middle Moenkopi. Head of Comb Wash. San Juan Co., UT, 1927."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1907: "West edge of Black Mesa east of Butler Wash. Morrison including Salt Wash capped by Dakota. San Juan Co., UT. 1927"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1908: "Wall of an eastern tributary to Butler Wash. Morrison shale capped by Dakota. San Juan Co., 1927"
  • 1909: "Johns Canyon looking south across San Juan River, Douglass mesa in background. Hermosa, Rico Supai(?). San Juan Co., UT. 1928"
  • 1910-2: "Cedar mesa looking north from edge of Johns Canyon. Coconino(?) on Supai(?). San Juan Co., UT, 1928"
  • 1913: "San Juan Canyon near Soda Basin. Supai on Goodridge formation. San Juan Co., UT, 1928"
  • 1914: "East edge of Raplee monocline. San Juan Co., UT 1928"
  • 1915: "South wall of San Juan Canyon near west edge of Raplee monocline. Supai(?) on Goodridge formation. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1916: "San Juan Canyon at west edge of Raplee monocline. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1917: "Cliff in valley of Recapture Creek. Morrison shales above Salt Wash(?). Dakota at top. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1918: "Grand terrace at mouth of Recapture Creek San Juan Canyon in background. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1919: "Gravel terrace at mouth of Recapture Creek. Salt Wash(?) forms Cliffs(?). San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1920: "Surface of Sage plain between Recapture and West water canyons, sage brush with few pinions. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1921-2: "Mouth of Comb Wash. Navajo sandstone at right truncated beds of tilted chinle in center. Mules Ear in background. San Juan River here passes through Comb monocline. San Juan Co., UT. 1928"(Number 1922, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1923: "Red sandstone, Carmel(?) or Entrada, east side Butler Wash. White streaks controlled by joints tiny faults and cross bedding laminae. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1924: "Wall of mesa north of San Juan River. Entrada (?) Summerville(?) Morrison, Salt Wash. San Juan Co., UT."
  • 1925-9: "South wall of mesa north side of San Juan, 5 miles west of Bluff. Entrada(?) Summerville(?) Morrison(?). San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Number 1927, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1930: "Morrison (Salt Wash?) over shales (Summerville?) in Butler Wash, 17 miles above its mouth. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1931: "East side Butler Wash. View taken standing on Navajo sandstone."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1932-3: "Cave in Navajo sandstone east slope Comb monocline in Butler Wash, 11 miles from mouth. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1934: "Butler Wash 11 miles above its mouth. Left Navajo sandstone forming back of Comb monocline. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1935: "Entrada(?) on back of Comb monocline. Butler Wash. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1936: "Erosion surface truncating beds below Shinarump west of Navajo Springs. Comb Wash in background. San Juan Co., 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1937: "Supai(?) forming butte on top of Goodridge formation crest of anticline west of Navajo Springs, San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1938: "Supai and overlying shales replacing Coconino sandstone 2 miles west of Comb Wash in Road Canyon(?) Canyon next north of Snake Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1939: "Gravel terrace (cemetery) at Bluff 130 feet above level of San Juan River. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1940: "Red gypsiferous beds. Summerville(?) between Entrada(?) and Morrison(top) at Bluff. View looking southwest across San Juan River. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1941: "Morrison shales 12 miles south of Blanding. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1942: "Cliff west of Buck Canyon. Morrison sandstone at top. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1943: "Hoodoos in Entrada(?). San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1944: "Contact of Supai (left) and shales occupying the position of the Coconino. Comb Wash in background. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1945: "Contact of Moenkopi with shales occupying the position of the Coconino. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1946: "West face of Comb Ridge looking north along Comb Wash, 2(3) miles north of Navajo Springs. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1947: "Butte of Morrison shale capped by Dakota rising from a floor of Morrison(?) sand stone(Salt Wash). Near Mouth of Recapture Creek. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1948: "Surface of McCraken Mesa. Part of Sage plain between Recapture and Montezuma Creeks. All sagebrush. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1949: "Cliff dweller watch tower stone house branch of McElmo Canyon. Stands on Dakota sandstone. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1950: San Juan River looking upstream from point just below mouth of the McElmo. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1951: "Morrison shales with cap of lowest Dakota Recapture Valley 12 miles south of Blanding. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1952: "Erosion forms. Morrison, just above heavy sandstone bed near base. Near mouth of Recapture Creek, San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1953: "Abajo Mountains looking northwest from Blanding. Montecello Toad. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1954: "Aspen and Yellow Pine near Kigalia Ranger Station, Elk Ridge. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1955: "Head of Hammond Canyon looking northeast. Coconino, Moenkopi, Shinarump (top of Elk Ridge). Abajo Mountains in right background. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1956: "Ripples and sun cracks in (upper) Moenkopi shale. Northwest face of Elk Ridge. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1957: "Moenkopi lower shales, middle sandstone, upper shales. Southwest face of Elk Ridge on Blanding road to Natural Bridges. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1958: "Moenkopi southwest face, Elk Ridge lower shales, middle sandstone. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1959-60: "Wall of White Canyon near Caroline Bridge, Coconino, San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1961: "Camp scene, south bank of Armstrong Canyon. Camp on Coconino; plateau in middle distance. Moenkopi capped by Shinarump; mesa in left background. Chinle and Glen Canyon, Fred Lowrey. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1962: "Looking northwest across Armstrong Canyon Plateau, Moenkopi, Shinarump: Mesa Chinle and Glen Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1963: "Head of Hammond Canyon looking south. Shinarump, Moenkopi, Coconino(?) San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1964: Notch Canyon from East Point, Elk Ridge, toward Chimney Park. Cottonwood Canyon in middle distance. Buttes of Navajo beyond Shay Mountains in distance. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1965: "Elk Ridge across Cottonwood and Allen Canyons to Abajo Mountains. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1966: "Looking down Cottonwood Canyon from point near Gooseberry Ranger Station. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1967: "Looking north down Mormon Pasture Creek to Cottonwood branch of Indian Creek. Chinle Wingate. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1968: "Chinle and Wingate in Stevens Valley. Branch of Indian Creek. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1969: "Gooseberry Ranger station, Elk Ridge. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1970: "Head of Poison Canyon, Coconino, Moenkopi, Shinarump, patches of Chinle. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1971-2: "Looking west from Horse Mountain across upper branches of Fable Balley toward Henry Mountains. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1973: "Same as 1971. Looking across Beef Basin toward mouth of Green River, San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1974: "Same as 1971. Looking northeast across head of Indian Creek toward La Sal Mountains. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1975: Trail into Beef Basin. Coconino sandstone. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1976: "Butte of Coconino near junction Beef Basin and Fable Valley. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1977: "Butte of Coconino near mouth of Fable Valley. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1978: "Looking down Beef Basin from point near mouth of Fable Valley. Coconino over Supai. Distant mesa wall of Colorado River, mouth of Fremont River. Chinle and Glen Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1979: "Trail Canyon, Coconino on Supai. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1980-1: "Trail Canyon. Coconino. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1982: "Erosion forms in Entrada sandstone north branch of Whickers Creek, looking south, San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1983: "Lower end of Fable Valley near Junction with Beef Basin. Supai capped by Coconino, San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1984: "Same as 1983. Fred Lowrey. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1985: "Wall of Fable Valley. Coconino. San Juan co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1986: "Erosion in Alluvial fill, Cottonwood Wash (Fred Lowrey). San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1987: "Morrison heavy bed Cottonwood Wash, 12 miles above mouth. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • 1988: "Lower part of section at Bluff. Summerville (?) and Morrison. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1989: "(Summerville?) in section at Bluff. San Juan Co., UT, 1928."
  • "Looking across Bluff and San Juan River. Corresponding cliffs." (A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 1990: "Bluff and Twins looking southwest across San Juan River (W.H. Hopkins)."
  • "Comb Wash and Comb Ridge near Navajo Springs." "Augusta Bridge."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
Photographs 1991-1995 are credited to W.H. Hopkins:
  • 1991: "Cliff house rim and aurieul ladder pole near Edwin Bridge, Armstrong Canyon." (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 1992: "Ancient ladder some rungs recently nailed on leading to Cliff ruins 2 miles above Augusta Bridge, White Canyon."
  • 1993: "Ruins at top of ladder shown in 1992."
  • 1994: "Cliff houses near 1993."
  • "Cliff house between Caroline and Augusta Bridge."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 1995: "Pack horse fell from cliff above: narrow trail."
  • 1996-8: "Cliff House, Fable Valley (Fred Lowrey, Honolulu)."
  • 1999: "Survey headquarters, Blanding, UT. Lowrey."
Photographs 2000-2006 credited to L.M.Gould, University of Michigan:
  • 2000: "Edwin Bridge, White Canyon, 1924."
  • 2001: "Caroline Bridge, White Canyon, 1924."
  • 2002: "Augusta Bridge, White Canyon, 1924."
  • 2003: "Waterfall after showers, White Canyon."
  • 2004: "Wall of White Canyon, 1924."
  • "Cliff dwellers store house."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2005: "View of Allen Canyon country. Winter and summer Hogan, Piute Indians."
  • 2006: "Rock house, Piutes. Allen Canyon."
  • "Abajo Mountain."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
Photographs 2007-2012 credited to U.S.G.S, Miser:
  • 2007: "San Juan River between narrows and mouth of Chinle,
  • 2008: "San Juan Canyon between Honoker trail and Johns Canyon, Goodridge formation."
  • 2009: "San Juan Canyon at mouth of Grand Gulch. Goodridge, Moonlight, and Hermit formations."
  • 2010: "Red House in Red Canyon."
  • 2011: "Sand Flat Skewer Camp, San Juan River."
  • 2012: "Abandoned Logan, San Juan River, 10 miles above mouth."
  • 2013: "Inscriptions right bank, Glen Canyon below Smith's Fork."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
Photographs 2014-2019 credited to Robert T. Allen:
  • 2014: "Cliff house north side of San Juan near Bluff."
  • 2015: "Jim Joe's House."
  • 2016: "Tabernacle loop, San Juan River."
  • 2017: "Looking down San Juan River, 3/4 mile below Makai Creek."
  • 2018: "San Juan River, near Spencer Camp."
  • 2019: "San Juan 6 miles below Spencer Camp."
  • 2020: "The Twins at Bluff, UT, U.S.G.S Jackson (taken about 1875)."
  • 2021: "Augusta Bridge, White Canyon, (Coconino?) Chas. Goodman, 1907."
  • 2022: "Edwin Bridge, White Canyon. Chas. Goodman, 1907."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2023: "Round House, White Canyon, below natural bridges. Chas. Goodman, 1907."
Photographs 2024-2042 are credited to Frank B. Oastler:
  • 2024: "Aspens on Elk Ridge."
  • 2025: "Yellow pine on Elk Ridge."
  • 2026: "Caroline Bridge, White Canyon, Coconino sandstone."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2027: "Edwin Bridge, White Canyon, Coconino sandstone."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2028-31: "Augusta Bridge, White Canyon, Coconino sandstone."
  • 2032: "View from top of Augusta Bridge, White Canyon, Coconino sandstone."
  • 2033: "Looking into head of Arch Canyon from Elk ridge. Coconino, Moenkopi, Shinarump." (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2034: "Arch Canyon, Coconino over Supai."
  • 2035: "Monuments in Arch Canyon, Coconino over Supai."
  • 2036: "The Watchman Arch Canyon, Coconino over Supai."
  • 2037-8: "Cathedral Arch II, Arch Canyon, Coconino over Supai."
  • 2039-40: "Cathedral Arch I. Arch Canyon."
  • 2041-2 "Keystone Arch, Arch Canyon, Coconino sandstone."
Photographs 2043-2070 are credited to Lee:
  • 2043: "Bluffs at Bluff, UT."
  • 2044: "McElmo Canyon, Colo., showing lower part of Wingate sandstone."
  • 2045: "Wind-blown sand near Bluff, UT."
  • 2046: "McElmo Canyon near its western extremity, showing McElmo formations on LaPlata sandstone."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2047: "The Navajo Twins at Bluff, UT."
  • 2048: "Natural Bridge in LaPlata sandstone 28 miles south of Moab, UT. Span 93 feet. 1925"
  • 2049: "Wind-formed ripples on Colorado River near Moab, UT. 1925."
  • 2050-53: "Panorama of Augusta Bridge, Bridges National Monument, UT. 1925."
  • 2054: "Augusta Bridge, Bridges National Monument, UT. 1925."
  • 2055: "Scenes en route from Caroline to Augusta Bridge. 1925."
  • 2056: "Monument of LaPlata sandstone resting on Chinle formation near the vanadium mine, northeast of Monticello, UT. 1925." (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2057: "Bluff on the Moab road about 43 miles north of Monticello, UT, showing LaPlata sandstone and McElmo formation. These sandstones are separated by red, shaly, "crinkled" material."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2058: "Detail of Church Rock in Dry Valley showing the red middle La Plata. W.W. Boyer is standing on the lower La Plata as described by Whitman Cross."
  • 2059: "Church Rock in Dry Valley north of Monticello, UT, composed of La Plata sandstone. Near the base is red, shaly sandstone, middle La Plata, 42 feet thick. (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2060: "Mexican Hat, UT."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2061: "The Navajo Twins, Bluff, UT."
  • 2062: "Wingate sandstone and Chinle formation of road to Bear's Ears, UT."
  • 2063: "Views in Arch Canyon near the ranger station east of Bear's Ears, UT, cut about 1,000 feet in a white sandstone supposed to be Coconino sandstone. (Panorama)." (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2064: "Views of Armstrong Canyon and Henry Mountains from near Bear's Ears, UT."
  • 2065: "Edwin Bridge, or Onachomo Bridge, in Bridges National Monument. The figure is Dan Perkins and his horse Cap."
  • 2066: "Early morning from Caroline Bridge, Bridges National Monument, UT."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2067-8: "Edwin Bridge, or Onachomo Bridge, in Bridges National Monument. The figure is Dan Perkins and his horse."
  • 2069: "Bluff at Bluff, UT."
  • 2070: "Views of upper and middle La Plata sandstone northwest of Bluff, UT."
Photographs 2071-2086 are credited to H.D. Miser:
  • 2071: "Looking northeast up San Juan from Mule Ear. Comb Ridge to right. San Juan Co., UT. 1921."
  • 2072: "San Juan Canyon between The Narrows and the mouth of Chinle Creek. Goodridge formation in canyon walls. San Juan Co., UT. 1921."
  • 2073-4: "Entrance into San Juan Canyon just below mouth of Chinle Creek. Canyon in Goodridge formation. Looking southwest. 1921. San Juan Co., UT."
  • 2075: "The Narrows in San Juan Canyon. Goodridge formation in canyon walls. San Juan Co., UT.
  • 2076: "Looking northwest from head of Honaker Trail. Cedar Mesa in distance capped by Moonlight sandstone. Hermit shale in lower part of escarpment of Cedar Mesa. Goodridge formation underlies plateau in foreground and right distance. San Juan Co., UT. 1921"
  • 2077: "Camp in San Juan Canyon near mouth of Johns Canyon. Lower Part of wall formed by Goodridge formation and upper part by Moonlight sandstone and Hermit shale. San Juan Co., UT. 1921."
  • 2078: "Looking west from Clay Hill Crossing on the San Juan. Rock formations are Todilto, Wingate, Chinle and Moenkopi. San Juan Co., UT, 1921."
  • 2079: "Looking down San Juan Canyon between mouth of Moonlight Creek and Clay Hill Crossing. Canyon walls formed by Moonlight sandstone. Note sand waves in shadow. San Juan Co., UT. 1921."
  • 2080: "San Juan Canyon some 8 miles below Spencer camp. Canyon walls formed by Navajo, Todilto, and Wingate formations which dip at low angle to west. San Juan Co., 1921."
  • 2081: "San Juan Canyon between mouth of Moonlight Creek and Clay Hill Crossing. Canyon walls formed by Moonlight sandstone. K.W. Trimble topographic engineer, at plane table. R.W. Allen recorder, standing nearby. San Juan Co., UT. 1921."
  • 2082: "Abandoned hogan on east side of the San Juan some 3 miles above the mouth of Pinte Creek. San Juan Co., UT. 1921."
  • 2083: "Looking southwest down the San Juan from a point about one mile above the mouth of Nokai Creek. Cliffs in foreground are composed entirely of Shinarump conglomerate. Inclined beds in right distance are Shinarump (on point of mesa) and Moenkopi with the De Chelly sandstone lentil. San Juan Co., UT. 1921."
  • 2084: "Looking north up San Juan from top of cliff near mouth of Nokai Creek. Shinarump forms cliff in foreground. Formation in distance are Moenkopi (with De Chelly sandstone lentil), Shinarump, Chinle, Wingate and Todilto. 1921. San Juan Co., UT."
  • 2085-6: "Panorama. Looking north and northeast from point about 2 miles south of San Juan. Nokai Creek to right. Shinarump conglomerate caps Monoclinal ridges in foreground. San Juan Co., UT. 1921."
  • 2087-8: "Bear's Ears southwest of Blue Mountains. Two isolated similarly shaped outliers of Wingate sandstone underlain by the Chinle formation and resting on broad bench form of Shinarump conglomerate. Photo by A.A. Baker."(Number 2087, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2089: "Bluff sandstone (Entrada)underlain by red beds (Carmel) on the south side of San Juan River a short distance west of Bluff. Note thin bedding in lower part of Bluff sandstone near right side of view. A.A. Baker."
  • 2090: "View of canyon of San Juan River looking west from point near Soda basin well drilled by UT Southern Oil Co. Rocks in foreground are Pennsylvanian limestones overlain by the Rico formation at the bend of the river. The rocks on distant skyline are equivalent to the Hulgeltzo red beds and the Cedar Mesa sandstone. A.A. Baker."
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  • 2091: "Rocks equivalent to Summerville, Entrada, and Carmel formations as exposed one-half mile east of Laguna Creek and 10 miles southeast of Garnet Ridge, AZ, Apache Co., 1928."
  • 2092: "Sand waves in the San Juan River near the Soda Basin well of the UT Southern Oil Co. UT San Juan Co., 1928."
  • 2093-4: "Irregularly bedded Permian red beds uncomformably overlain by Moenkopi formation and Shinarump conglomerate along road from Bears Ears to White Canyon Natural Bridges, where it drops from Shinarump platforms. UT San Juan Co., 1928."
  • "Colorado River looking down stream. The mouth of Moki Canyon in the left center."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2095: "Colorado River looking up stream from the mouth of Moki Canyon. A.A. Kerr photo."
  • 2096: "Colorado River looking down stream from the mouth of Moki Canyon (at the left). A.A.Kerr, Photo."
  • "Clay Hill Divide, looking east."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2097: "Mouth of Moki Canyon. Colorado River would be at the right. A.A. Kerr."
  • 2098: "Looking into Moki Canyon 25 miles up form the mouth. A.A. Kerr Photo."
  • 2099: "Gravel topped terrace over lower Morrison strata, 2 miles below Aneth, San Juan Co., UT. 1929."
  • 2100-1: "Massive sandstone in Morrison stratigraphic portion of 'Bluff sandstone' changes to shale 1/4 mile along strike 3 miles above mouth of Montezuma Creek, San Juan Co., UT. 1929."(Number 2101, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2102: "Morrison strata between Aneth and mouth of Montezuma Creek, San Juan Co., UT. 1929."
  • 2103-4: "View looking south across San Juan Valley at Aneth. Morrison strata, distant plateau capped by Dakota. San Juan Co., UT. 1929."(Number 2103, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2105-6: "Navajo(?) sandstone and overlying beds in McElmo Canyon 12 miles east of UT Colorado line. 1929."
  • 2107: "Ruins in Hovenweep National Monument resting on ruin of canyon tributary to McElmo. Country rock is Dakota sandstone. San Juan Co., UT. 1929.
  • 2108: "View looking south across San Juan River at mouth of Comb Wash showing platform out across tilted Chinle, Moenkopi and De Chelly strata. Mule Ear peak in right distance. San Juan Co., UT. 1929."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2109: "Looking north from mouth of Comb Wash. Left: Coconino (light bands) over Supai. Right: Chinle Wingate Navajo forming Comb Ridge. San Juan Co., UT. 1929."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2110: "Coconino marls overlying Supai red beds. West side of Comb Wash near mouth. San Juan Co., UT. 1929."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2111: "Partly buried cottonwoods on floor plain of San Juan River 5 miles above mouth of Recapture Creek, San Juan Co., UT, 1929."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2112-4: "Upper bed of 'Bluff sandstone' with shales between it and lower sandstone bed (concealed). North bank San Juan River 5 miles above mouth of Recapture Creek, San Juan Co., UT, 1929."(Number 2112, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2115: "Shales between upper and lower beds of 'Bluff sandstone' 3 miles east of mouth of Recapture Creek."
  • 2116: "Bluff sandstone and underlying beds at head of Butler Wash, San Juan Co., UT, 1929."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2117: "Bluff sandstone and underlying beds at reservoirs, 1 mile west of Bluff, San Juan Co., UT, 1929."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2118: "Beds lying with unconformity immediately on top of massive Bluff sandstone near mouth of Recapture Creek, San Juan Co., UT, 1929."
  • 2119-20: "Looking west from south end of Elk Ridge across Armstrong Canyon. Moenkopi beds in right foreground, Coconino in middle distance, mesas of Navajo beyond. San Juan Co., UT. 1929."
  • 2121: "Upper part of Morrison formation. East side of Recapture Creek near its mouth. Dakota at the top. San Juan Co., UT. 1929."
  • 2122: "Alluvial fill exposed by recent erosion. Comb Wash, San Juan Co., UT, 1929."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2123: "Butler Wash. Left: Navajo sandstone forming back slope of Comb Ridge. Right: Bluff sandstone in middle distance capping red sandstones and shales. San Juan Co., UT, 1929."
  • 2124: "Top of Elk Ridge. Looking northeast from Bears Ears, San Juan Co., UT, 1929."
  • 2125: "View of East Bears Ears looking east from top of Elk Ridge. Chinle strata capped by Wingate. San Juan co., UT. 1929."
  • "Goble of Venus. Erosion remnant in Entrada sandstone. San Juan Co., UT, 1929."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
Photographs 2126-2161 are credited to Malcolm R. Thorpe:
  • 2126: "Extreme head of Gold Queen Gulch. Abajo Peak on the right. Slope composed of blue porphyry talus. Abajo Mountains. San Juan Co., UT, 1915."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2126a: "Shay Mountain, looking northwest across Indian Creek from the Abajo Mountains."
  • 2127: "Head of Indian Creek. Mt. Linnaeus in left distance. Abajo Mountains. San Juan Co., UT. 1915"(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2128: "South side of Horsehead Peak, showing slide rock masses of porphyry, Abajo Mountains."
  • 2129: "Jackson Divide and Mount Linneaus. Abajo Mountains. San Juan Co., UT. 1915."
  • 2130: "Divide between West and Shay Mountains. West side of Indian Creek, Abajo Mountains."
  • 2131: "Shallow lake between Johnson and Recapture Creeks. Abajo Mountains. Lake on uneven surface of igneous sheet. San Juan Co., UT, 1915."
  • 2132: "Head of North Canyon, showing sharp differentiation of vegetation. Abajo Mountains. San Juan Co., UT, 1915"
  • 2133: "Tunnel House, Dream Mine, Johnson Creek. S.J. Houser, owner. Abajo Mountains. San Juan Co., UT, 1915."
  • 2134: "Dakota cliff, east wall of Bulldog Canyon. Abajo Mountains. San Juan Co., UT, 1915."
  • 2135: "Contact between Mancos shale and igneous rock, at head of Harts Draw, Abajo Mountains. San Juan Co., UT. 1915."
  • 2136: "North slope of Jackson Divide. Compare with 2137, Abajo Mountains. San Juan Co., UT, 1915."
  • 2137: "South slope of Jackson Divide. (All south slopes are barren or grassed, all north ones forested.) Abajo Mountains."
  • 2138: "Upper La Plata sandstone (light-colored), Johnson Creek. Abajo Mountains."
  • 2139: "Upturned Dakota sandstone, Johnson Creek. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2140: "Dakota sandstone (detail), Johnson Creek, near stamp mill. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2141: "Head of Johnson Creek, Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2142: "Head of Johnson Creek, slope facing southward. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2143: "West Mountain, from Twin Peaks, looking west. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2144: "Head of Indian Creek, looking east. Abajo Peak in distance. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2145: "South Mountain, from West Peak, looking across head of Johnson Creek. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2146: "South Mountain, from the west. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2147: "Gold Queen Mill and cabins, Gold Queen Mine. Gold Queen Gulch, Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2148-9: "Head of Gold Queen Gulch. Blue Mountain Tunnel in foreground. Abajo Mountians. 1915."
  • 2150: "Metamorphosed Mancos Shale, Gold Queen Gulch. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2151: "Dakota hogback, first south of Pole Creek, leading up to Abajo Peak. Holmes and party rode up this ridge in 1873. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2152: "Upturned Dakota sandstone. First ridge south of Pole Creek, at base of Abajo Peak. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2153: "Septarium from the Dakota sandstone, common in this area. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2154: "Cottonwood Canyon, Beef Basin and North Elks, 1915."
  • 2155: "The Washboard, head of North Canyon, looking west. Erosion caused by sheep grazing. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • "Abandoned ten-stamp mill, Johnson Creek. Abajo Mountains. 1915."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2156: "Robertson Pasture and Beef Basin. Abajo Mountains."
  • 2157: "Contact between Mancos shale and igneous rock, head of Harts Draw Wash, Abajo Mountains, UT. 1915."
  • 2158: "North Elk Ridge in background, divide between Shay and West Mts., in middle ground, and Robertson pasture in foreground. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2159: "West slope of Horsehead Peak, Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • 2160: "Panorama of head of Johnson Creek, from West Mountain. Abajo Mountains. 1915."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2161: "Panorama, looking west form Camp Jackson. West Peak in left center. Abajo Mountains. 1915."
  • "Near Dandy Crossing, looking east across Colorado River. 1915."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2162: "Face of cliffs about 2 miles north of Clay Hills Crossing (San Juan River). Lower and middle parts of Moenkopi above Coconino, San Juan Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2163-5: "Face of cliffs about 3 miles north of Clay Hills Crossing (San Juan river). Middle and upper Moenkopi. Chinle and Wingate in background. Chinle material forms slide. San Juan Co., UT. 1930."
  • 2166: "Spring on desert flat at Red House, head of Red Canyon where by recession of cliffs the floor of Red Canyon is nearly on a level with Grand flats, Marvin Lyman, San Juan Co., UT. 1930."
  • 2167-8: "Montezuma Canyon at mouth of Verdure Creek, Morrison resting on Bluff sandstone (Dakota in left background). San Juan Co., UT, 1930."
  • "Bank of Paria River about 5 miles below Cannonville. Navajo sandstone, Carmel formation, and sandstone above (perhaps Entrada). Kane Co., UT. 1930."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2169: "Wall of Kanab Canyon, Wingate and Todilto. Kane Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2170: "Wall of branch of Kanab Canyon. Wingate, Todilto, fragment of Navajo. Kane Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2171: "Wingate sandstone, Kanab Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2172: "Basalt wall of East Fork of Virgin River above Glendale. Lava that filled the ancient canyon has been trenched. Kane Co., UT."
  • 2173: "Duck Lake (Navajo Lake) formed by lava flow (foreground) that crossed a branch of Sevier River. On road east of Cedar Breaks, Kane Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2174: "Aspen forest, branch of Sevier River, east of Cedar Breaks, Kane Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2175-7: "Upper wall of Big Meadow Canyon (on Zion-Mt. Carmel road). Morrison strata, unconsolidated Dakota? (black band), and coalbearing Cretaceous. Kane Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2178: "Big Meadow Canyon. Carmel formation. Kane Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2179: "Rim of Big Meadow Canyon (on Zion-Mt. Carmel road). Morrison, unconsolidated Dakota? (black band) Cretaceous; higher Cretaceous in background. Kane Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2180: "Part of Chinle formation just above variegated shales in wall of Virgin River Canyon, Springdale, Washington Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2181: "View on Zion-Mt. Carmel road. Navajo sandstone capped with sandstone member just below Carmel formation, Kane Co., UT."
  • 2182: "Vegetation on Navajo sandstone on Zion-Mt. Carmel road, Kane Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2183: "Perched potholes on small tributary to Virgin River along Zion-Mt. Carmel road. Some of these, and many others, are above the reach of present stream flow. Kane Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2184: "Crossbedding in Navajo sandstone along Zion-Mt. Carmel road, Kane Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2185: "Faults in Navajo sandstone along Zion-Mt. Carmel road, Kane Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2186: "Navajo sandstone stained with Copper, along Zion-Mt. Carmel road, Kane Co., UT, 1930."
  • 2187: "East Temple Zion Canyon sandstone cap on Navajo, Washington Co., UT 1930."
  • 2188: "Wash of Virgin River at Grafton, 30 feet wide in 1860, now 1000 feet wide, Moenkopi forms banks, Navajo beyond, Washington Co., UT, 1930."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • "South Mountain, on the south side of the mouth of Parunaweap Canyon."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2189: "The Watchman at the mouth of Zion Canyon."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2190: "The Great White Throne, Zion Canyon."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2191: "Waterfall from Hanging Valley during rain storm. Temple of Sinawava, Zion Canyon."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • "Cascades and waterfalls along Mount Carmel road during rainstorm."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. (A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2192: "Indian pictographs near Mt. Carmel road."
  • "La Verkin Warm Sulphur Springs. Showing where the Hurricane Fault crosses the Virgin River. Escalante crossed about half a mile below this place in 1776."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2193: "Village of Hurricane, UT, from Hurricane Hill. Cinder cones in middle distance. Pine Valley Mountain on horizon. Fertility in foreground."
  • 2194: "Old abandoned cotton mill at Washington, UT."
  • 2195: "View of the Virgin River a few miles below the mouth of Zion Canyon, showing washed-out banks where farms once stood. Village of Grafton on the opposite side was once the center of the farming area."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2196: "View from the top of the Hurricane Fault (La Verkin Hill), showing Pine Valley Mountains in the distance; the Vermillion Cliff formation in the middle distance (which is the same formation as Zion only much lower on the west side of the Hurricane Fault."
  • 2197: "View of a branch of the Hurricane Fault showing tilted block on the left which tipped over between the forks with the main fault. Visible from highway at the summit of La Verkin Hill. Lava flow on top and sides of tilted block on left side of picture."
  • 2198: "The Hurricane Fault where it crosses the Virgin River. La Verkin Warm Sulphur Springs in canyon."
  • 2199: "Shale formation where fossils are found. Near the Pine Creek bridge at the base of the switchbacks on new Mt. Carmel road, Zion Canyon."
  • 2200: "The Virgin Mesa--from top of Hurricane Hill."
  • 2201: "The Virgin Mesa--from highway below Rockville, UT."
  • "The Duncan Mesa, south side of the Virgin River, between Virgin and Rockville, UT, showing badland erosion after capping is removed."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2202: "Crossbedding of sandstone along Mt. Carmel road. Indicating wind action and sand dune formation prior to the formation of rock."
  • "View from East Tunnel, Mt.Carmel road, showing vertically fractured zone in sandstone."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2203: "Curvilinear fractures in sandstone, west wall of Temple of Sinawava, Zion Canyon."
  • 2204: "Wind and water erosion in sandstone. In Zion Canyon on west side of the Virgin River, about one-half mile above checking station."
  • "Concave galleries formed by the seepage of water and scaling off of sandstone. West side of the Narrows, Zion Canyon, just above Temple of Sinawava."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2205: "Half Arch. East side of Narrows, Zion Canyon, above Temple of Sinawava."
  • "Concave gallery formed by the seepage of water and scaling off of sandstone. East side of Narrows, Zion Canyon. Travertine rock at the left of gallery in process of formation."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2206: "Hidden Canyon from Observation Point. A typical hanging canyon or valley."
  • 2207: "Volcanic Cone, two miles west of Hurricane, UT."
  • 2208: "Lava flow over gravel wash. South of Toquerville, UT, along main road from Zion Canyon to Anderson's Ranch."
  • "Lava capped mesa, northeast of Virgin, UT. Visible from highway."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Escalante Mountain from valley east of Tropic, UT. Same formation as Bryce Canyon but 2300 ft. higher, due mostly to faulting. Visible to the east from the rim of Bryce Canyon."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "View east from Inspiration point, Bryce Canyon rim.(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "View down Bryce Canyon from the Fairy Temple Trail."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2209: "View southwest toward the rim of Bryce Canyon from the north side of lower canyon near the Fairy Temple trail."
  • 2210: "View east toward Seal Castle and Fairy Temple. "Lot's Wife" in foreground."
  • 2211: "Hurricane Cliffs looking north from "Toquerville Gap" along line of fault. Kaibab limestone on right; Moenkopi formation (Shnabkaib member) upturned in left foreground. Washington Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2212: "West dipping Moenkopi (Shnabkaib member) in "Toquerville Gap" just west of fault. Washington Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2213: "Moenkopi strata on limb of anticline looking north. La Verkin Creek. Washington Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2214: "Moenkopi strata at extreme east edge of anticline looking south along La Verkin Creek. Washington Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2215: "Buttes of Cretaceous sandstone including fossil wood, bones of turtles, and dinosaurs (?) near head of Sheep Creek. Kane Co., UT. 1931."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2216: "Camp in floor of ancient lake bed; mesa of Navajo sandstone in background. Kitchen Ranch, Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2217: "Position of springs in Kitchen Canyon; Todilto(?) strata; water issues from zone between Wingate and Todilto(?), Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2218: "White Cone (Mollies Nipple), a butte of Navajo sandstone (background) and ancient lake bed (foreground). Kitchen Canyon, Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2219: "White Cone; Navajo sandstone capped by iron concretions and coated with talus. Kitchen Canyon, Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2220: "Ledge of Wingate sandstone between Todilto(?) and Chinle beds. Near mouth of Kitchen Canyon, Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2221: "Wall of Wingate with Todilto(?) above. Paria Valley, near mouth of Kitchen Canyon, Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2222: "Paria River valley above "the box" 3 miles below Cannonville. At the left the lowest bed is massive sandstone separated from Navajo sandstone by shales and limestone. Kane Co., UT. 1931."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2223: "Wingate sandstone overlain unconformably by Todilto(?). Johnson Canyon, Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2224: "Volcano in Kanab Valley 6 miles below Alton, Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2225: "Volcano near head of Johnson Canyon, rim of Paunsagunt plateau in background. Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • "Pot holes perched 12 feet above flood stage of Clear Creek. Zion-Mount Carmel highway, Kane Co., UT. 1931."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2226: "Pot holes in ephemeral stream bed cut in Navajo sandstone. Zion-Mount Carmel highway, Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2227: "Butte eroded from Navajo sandstone, capped by iron concretions. Zion-Mt. Carmel highway, Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2228: "Navajo sandstone, buttes capped by iron concretions (middle distance). Zion-Mt. Carmel highway, Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2229: "1, Navajo sandstone (at base); 2, shales; 3, sandstone bed that forms 'entablatures' on 'Temples' of Zion National Park; 4, Carmel and above. Zion-Mt. Carmel highway, Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2230-36: "Cross bedding in Navajo sandstone. Zion-Mt. Carmel highway, Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • "Butte of Cretaceous near head of Sheep Creek, Kane Co., UT. 1931."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Sandstone above limestone and shales that overlie the Navajo near the 'box' in Paria Valley, Kane Co., UT. 1931."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2237: "Chinle formation near Clarks Ranch 10 miles east of Johnson Canyon. Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • 2238: "Chinle formation at "Petrified Forest" near "Sixteen mile Spring," Kane Co., UT. 1931."
  • Photographs 2239-2250 are credited to Mitchell and Kittredge, 1926.
  • 2239: "Looking west down Parunuweap Canyon from point 1,000 feet below 'Lower Cascades.'"
  • "Box canyon of Parunuweap just below 'Lower Falls.'"(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2240: "View in Parunuweap Canyon between 'upper' and 'lower' cascades."
  • 2241: "Panorama (upper and lower halves) Box canyon of Parunuweap just below 'lower falls.'"
  • 2242: "Looking west down Parunuweap from point 4 miles above junction at Rockville."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2243: "Parunuweap Valley 4 miles below Mt. Carmel, looking west."
  • 2244: "Parunuweap Valley 1.5 miles above mouth of Meadow Brook. Looking west."
  • 2245: "Looking up Parunuweap from point 2 miles below mouth of Meadow Brook."
  • 2246: "Overhanging wall of Parunuweap Canyon 2.5 miles below mouth of Meadow Brook."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2247: "Looking east up Parunuweap stream from point just east of Pupper cascades."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2248: "Rim of Parunuweap Canyon between 'upper' and 'lower' cascades (looking west)."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2249: "Looking across Parunuweap Valley toward Zion Park from point near mouth of Meadow Brook."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2250: "Parunuweap Valley 7 miles below Mt. Carmel (looking east)."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2251: "Vegetation top of Elk Ridge near Kigalia Ranger Station, San Juan Co., UT. 1932."
  • 2252: "Vegetation top of Elk Ridge near Kigalia Ranger Station, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2253: "Rico (at base), Cutler (Halgaito), Kachina formation Johns Canyon, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2254: "Cutler (Halgaito) underlying bedded 'Kachina' (Cedar Mesa) sandstone Johns Canyon, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2255: "Summerville(?) capped by Bluff sandstone (Morrison) near mouth of Cottonwood Canyon San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2256: "Bluff sandstone surrounded by alluvial terraced by recent down cutting. Cottonwood Wash in foreground. Diecker Ranch, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2257: "Brushy Basin member of Morrison formation, Brushy Basin, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2258: "Same as 2257, capped by sandstone layer."
  • 2259: "Summerville (?) formation at contact with Bluff sandstone (Morrison) Cottonwood Canyon below mouth of Allen Canyon, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2260: "Floor of White Canyon and tributaries. 'Kachina' (Cedar Mesa) sandstone (foreground), 'Frey' (Organ Rock) (first mesas), Moenkopi, Shinarump and Wingate (background). San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2261: "'Kachina' (Cedar Mesa) sandstone White Canyon. Sipapu natural bridge at left bottom. San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2262: "'Kachina' (Cedar Mesa) sandstone trenched 400 feet by White Canyon just above Sipapu Natural Bridge, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2263: "Floor of White Canyon near Rock Springs. 'Kachina' (Cedar Mesa) sandstone (at base), 'Frey' (Organ Rock), Moenkopi, Shinarump (remnants at top), San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2264: "View looking northwest across inner canyon of White Canyon between Rock Springs and Soldiers Crossing. 'Kachina' (Cedar Mesa) sandstone forms floor of the outer canyon which is bordered by walls of 'Frey' (Organ Rock), De Chelly, Moenkopi. Shinarump, Chinle, and Wingate (butte at top). San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2265: "View looking north across White Canyon 2 miles below Soldiers Crossing. 'Kachina' (Cedar Mesa) and higher formation: Jacobs chair (Wingate sandstone) in distance. San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2266: "Contact De Chelly and Moenkopi formations at Rasp Trail lower White Canyon. San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2267: "Chinle, Wingate and Todilto ? (Kayenta) between White and Red Canyons near their mouths, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2268: "Contact of 'Frey' (Organ Rock) and De Chelly formations south side White Canyon below Star Springs, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2269: "'Frey' (Organ Rock) formation capped by De Chelly conglomerate 3 miles from mouth of White Canyon. Chinle and Wingate at left, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2270: "Pillar of 'Frey' (Organ Rock) formation capped by talus block of De Chelly conglomerate White Canyon, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2271: "View looking across Colorado River at mouth of White Canyon. Trees mark location of the abandoned settlement of Hite. 'Frey' (Organ Rock) strata at river's edge: Navajo sandstone at left top Henry Mountains in middle distance, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2272: "Raplee anticline (part north of river) from West Rico strata: Halgaito foreground and on crest, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2273: "Bluff sandstone (Morrison) 3 miles west of Bluff, San Juan Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2274: "Cross bedded Wingate sandstone, Johnson Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1932."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • "Contact Morrison (?) and Dakota(?) 2 miles north of Henriville Garfield Co., UT, 1932."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2275: "Contact Morrison(?) and Dakota(?)."
  • 2276: "Contact Entrada(?) bottom and Summerville(?) Paria River 6 miles south of Cannonville, Garfield Co., UT, 1932."
  • 2277: "Zion member of Navajo sandstone overlain by gypsiferous Carmel formation, Sheep Creek, Kane Co., UT, 1932."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2278: "Coal beds just above Morrison Dakota contact (in shadow) 2 miles north of Cannonville, UT, 1932."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2279-82: "Perched potholes in Navajo sandstone Pine Creek, Zion National Park, U733T, 1932."(Number 2282, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2283: "View looking east across Parunuweap Valley near Mt. Carmel. Distance Elkheart Cliffs (Navajo capped by Carmel) on upthrown side of Sevier fault; middle distance erosion surface in Carmel and other Jurassic. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2284: "Recent cutting of alluvium fill, Parunuweap Canyon below Mt. Carmel, Kane Co., UT, 1934."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2285: "Sevier fault in small gulch 2 miles east of Mt. Carmel Junction. Navajo sandstone in right foreground (east), Carmel strata in left background. Kane Co., UT. 1934."
  • 2286: "Consolidated Pleistocene? Valley fill, gulch east of Mt. Carmel Junction. View taken standing on Carmel limestone. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2287: "Contact Jurassic and consolidated valley fill (Pleistocene?) in gulch east of Mt. Carmel Junction. Kane Co., UT, 1934."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2288: "Straight Cliffs, sandstone Cretaceous above Tropic shale. Orderville, Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2289: "Straight Cliffs sandstone north of Orderville. Kane Co., UT, 1934."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2290: "Tropic shale Muddy Brook Valley west of Orderville. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2291: "Elkheart Cliffs along highway about mile north of Orderville. Background and right foreground Navajo sandstone capped by Carmel formation. Left foreground slice of cliff dropped down along Sevier fault. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2292: "Exposure of weathered basalt in flow from isolated cone near 'Corrals,' upper Kanab Valley, Pinion and juniper. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2293: "Basalt cone near 'Corrals,' upper Kanab Valley. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2294: "Carmel limestone at falls in upper Kanab Valley. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2295: "View at falls, upper Kanab Valley near 'Corrals.' At left, Carmel limestone over which present stream falls; right valley fill in former valley. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2296: "Carmel limestone wall of Kanab Canyon. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • (A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.) "Head of Slide Canyon. Background Wasatch cap of Paunsaugunt Plateau, middle Cretaceous beds, right basalt of Black Knoll Volcano. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2297: "Cretaceous (above Tropic shale) capped by Wasatch of Paunsaugunt Plateau near head of Deer Springs Canyon. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2298: "View looking west from Black Knoll across valley, tributary to Johnson Creek, Black Knob Volcano in left middle distance, topography typical of Cretaceous and topmost Jurassic beds of Skutumpah Terrace. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • "Contact of Cretaceous and Wasatch, head of Mill Creek. Kane Co., UT, 1934."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2299: "Topmost Jurassic with thin cap of Dakota 3 miles northwest of Findley Ranch. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2300: "Head of Kitchen Canyon. Right, looking east along fault. Navajo sandstone of White Cliffs; left, Carmel formation. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2301: "Foot of lake in Swallow Park, entrance to 'Corral Canyon.' Navajo sandstone. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • "Alluvium wall of Deer Range wash, developed since 1886. Kane Co., UT, 1934."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2302: "Beveled erosion surface above alluvium flat into which is cut Deer Range wash. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • "Valley in gypsum beds of topmost Jurassic, stream enters canyon in White Cliffs, Navajo in background. Kane Co., UT, 1934."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2303: "Wingate sandstone, upper Kaibab Gulch. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2304: "Wingate sandstone, upper Kaibab Gulch. Kane Co., UT, 1934."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2305: "Wingate sandstone on an unusual form of Chinle, branch of Johnson Canyon. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2306: "Surface of Paunsaugunt Plateau developed in Wasatch limestone, near head of Red Canyon looking west to highlands along Sevier fault. Garfield Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2307: "Paunsaugunt Plateau developed in Wasatch limestone, near head of Red Canyon looking north toward volcanic mesas. Garfield Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2308: "Shonesburg Gulch, branch of Parunuweap Canyon, Line fold trail, Rockville to Mr. Carmel. Navajo sandstone underlaid by Kyenta and Chinle. Washington Co., UT, 1935."
  • 2309: "Jurassic beds above Navajo sandstone, Harris Mountain northeast of Cane Springs. Fossiliferous Carmel middle distance. Kane Co., UT, 1934."
  • 2310: "Capitol Reef wash, cut in Navajo sandstone. Wayne Co., UT, 1935."
  • 2311: "Lower part of wall of 'Grand Gulch,' Moenkopi, Chinle and Wingate strata. Wayne Co., UT, 1935."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2312: "Wall of 'Grand Gulch,' Moenkopi, Chinle and Wingate strata. Wayne Co., UT, 1935."
  • 2313: "Mounds developed in Cretaceous (Tropic shale?) east of Notum Ranch. Wayne Co., UT. 1935."
  • 2314: "Gault in gulch along road 1/2 mile northwest Mt.Carmel Junction, throw 120 feet. 1936."
  • 2315: "View looking north across Virgin River at Rockville. Foreground, Moenkopi capped by Shinarump; middle distance, Chinle; distance, Navajo forming Mount Kinesava. Washington Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2316: "Moenkopi capped by Shinbarump. Coalpits volcano in distance. Virgin River in foreground. Rockville, Washington Co., UT, 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2317: "Top Vermillion Cliffs east of Kanab, Navajo, Kayenta, Wingate. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2318: "Cutting of alluvial fill, Kanab Canyon. Above mouth of Caves Lake Canyon, Wingate, Kayenta. Navajo at right, Kane Co., UT, 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2319: "Top of wall of Kanab Canyon below mouth of Cave Lake Canyon. Navajo, Kayenta, Wingate. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2320: "Wingate sandstone. Three Lakes Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2321: "Wingate sandstone overlaid by Kayenta formation, Cave Lakes Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1936."
  • "Wingate sandstone, Johnson Canyon, Kane Co., UT."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2322: "'Marls' in Chinle formation, Springdale, Washington Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2323: "'Marls' in Chinle formation. Above them the Springdale member of Chinle. Springdale, Washington Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2324: "Upper part of Chinle formation. 'Marls' in foreground. Near Kanab, Kane Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2325: "Mesas of Moenkopi capped by Shinarump. Virgin River looking downstream at Rockville, Washington Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2326: "Looking north along Sevier fault at Orderville. Right, Carmel and navajo; left, Straight Cliffs formation (Cretaceous). Kane Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2327: "Tropic shale, head of La Verkin Creek, Washington Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2328: "Carmel limestone, Mr. Carmel Junction. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2329: "Upper Moenkopi capped by Shinarump near Rockville. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2330: "Chinle 'marls' Springdale. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2331: "Wingate sandstone, Kanab Canyon. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2332: "Top of Chinle, Wingate in background, E. Kanab. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2333: "Kolob plateau, general surface. Pink cliffs in background. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2334: "Unconformity Moenkopi-Shinarump west Paria Village. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2335: "Upper Moenkopi Shanabkaib member at base showing sandstone ledge. Shinarump at top, Rockville, Washington Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2336: "Moenkopi (upper two-thirds) overlaid by Shinarump 2 miles west of Rockville, Washington Co., UT, 1936."
  • "Detail structure, Wingate sandstone, Cave Lakes Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2337: "Looking southeast across rockville, Moenkopi (at river), Shinarump (mesa caps), Chinle (broken slopes), Navajo (top), forming Eagle Crag (right), and south Mountain (left), Washington Co., UT, 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2338: "Navajo sandstone, branch of Parashant Wash north of Cane Beds, AZ. Kane Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2339: "Panorama, Harris Mountain from south. All Navajo except for Carmel limestone on top highest mesas. Kane Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2340: "Elephant Gap in Harris Mountain from AZ-UT line north of Cane Beds. Navajo sandstone, foreground, and cliffs, Carmel caps, Kane Co., UT, 1936."
  • "Conglomerate in Wasatch formation Tertiary Red Canyon, Garfield Co., UT, 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Mouth of Red Canyon looking north along Sevier fault. Lava on top and sides broken by fault. Garfield Co., UT, 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2341: "Looking east across Sevier River near Hatch River terraces in middle distance, 'Pink Cliffs' (Wasatch) in background bounded by Sevier fault. Garfield Co., UT, 1936."
  • "Kerman Navajo sandstone, head of Cave Lakes wash. 1936."
  • 2342: "Cottonwood trees partly buried in drifted sands. Short Creek, Az. 1938."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • [Negative only.] "Sandstone, head of Cave Lakes Wash."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2343: "Carmel Flume (dry) Canyon, NE Glendale. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2344: "Upper Moenkopi capped by Shunarump west of Rockville. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2345: "Looking northwest across Parumuweap east of Mt. Carmel, Cretaceous in middle ground, Pink Cliffs in distance. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2346: "Moenkopi and Shinarump, Rockville. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2347: "Wingate local features, Cave Lakes Canyon. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2348: "Banded Navajo sandstone near place where Wingate and Kayenta first lose their identity. Chinle immediately below. Two miles northwest of Pipe Springs, Mohave Co., AZ, 1936."
  • 2249: "Kaibab Indian School looking north. Cliffs at left, Chinle capped by Wingate-Navajo. Cuesta at left, Moenkopi capped by Shinarump. Mohave Co., AZ, 1936."
  • "Dunes part of a large area head of Sand Wash, Kane Co., UT, 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2350: "Cliff houses in branch of Cottonwood Canyon northwest of Kanab, Kane Co., UT, 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2351: "Front of landslide (entire picture) in Zion Canyon, mouth of Birch Creek, Washington Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2352: "Wingate sandstone, Cottonwood Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1936."
  • "Springdale member of Chinle formation. Pine Creek, Zion Park. Shales with fish fossils just below. Washington Co., UT, 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2353: "Navajo-Wingate on Chinle, 2 miles northeast of Pipe Springs. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2354: "'Windsor Castle,' Pipe Springs. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2355: "Sand dunes, head of Sand Canyon. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2356: "Top of old landslide, east of Birch Creek, Zion Canyon. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2357: "Landslide (right) covered by talus, Zion Canyon. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2358-61: "Chinle 'marls,' Sand Wash, Mohave Co., AZ. 1936."
  • 2362: "Chinle 'marls,' Springdale, Washington Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2363: "Sandstone ledges in upper part of Moenkopi. Shinurump conglomerate at extreme top. Rockville, Washington Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2364: "Lambs Point. Chinle including prominent Springdale member from base to highest cliff step, which is combined Wingate and Navajo. Kane Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2365: "Navajo sandstone 200 feet above Chinle Rosencrans Wash. No Kayenta at Wingate in the section. Mohave Co., AZ, 1936."
  • 2366: "Bottom of Glen Canyon group. Color banded cross-bed sandstone in portions of Wingate Rosencrans Wash, Mohave Co., AZ, 1936."
  • 2367: "Steamboat Rock. Moenkopi capped by Shinarump white Shanabkaib member at base. On Fredonia-Pipe Springs Road, Mohave Co., AZ, 1936."
  • 2368: "North wall of Parunuweap Canyon. Chinle including Springdale member, first heavy ledge. Wingate, Kayenta, Navajo. Near Stevens Wash, Washington Co., UT."
  • 2369: "Gypsum bed in Carmel formation near Swallow Park, Kane Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2370: "Shinarump conglomerate at mouth of Parunuweap Canyon, Washington Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2371: "Chinle marls and desert vegetation, Springdale, 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2372: "Color banded Navajo-Wingate Sand Wash. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2373: "Sandstone in Chinle marls. Springdale. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2374: "Chinle, including Springdale marls, Wingate Kayenta Navajo. Lambs Point. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2375: "Contact Carmel and Navajo Skutumpah. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2376: "Gypsum in Jurassic sands. Seton-Johnson road. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2377: "View looking west across valley cut in top Jurassic and Tropic shale (Cretaceous) at head of La Verkin Creek. In distance Timber top and other mesas of Navajo sandstone that form Hurricane Cliffs. Washington Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2378: "Tropic shale, Cretaceous, head of Le Verkin Canyon. Washington Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2379: "Timpoweap canyon (Virgin River): Kaibab formation in bed of stream; conglomerate on rim, thin Kaibab; Timpoweap member of Moenkopi in cliffs. Washington Co., UT, 1937."
  • "Timpoweap Canyon Virgin River, bedded conglomerate between beds of Kaibab limestone. Washington Co., UT, 1937."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2380: "Same as above."
  • 2381: "Looking north across Timpoweap Canyon: foreground Kaibab; middle flat, base of Moenkopi red shales; distance, Moenkopi capped by Shinarump; platform at upper left, Virgin limestone member. Washington Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2382: "Row of basalt capped Moenkopi mesas near the crest of Hurricane Cliffs south of Hurricane: Sugar loaf in lower right; Pine Valley Mountain. Washington Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2383: "Same as 2382, but showing also in foreground Workman Wash bordered by low cliffs of Virgin limestone, Moenkopi. Washington, UT, 1937."
  • 2384: "Sugar Loaf looking northwest from flat along Workman Wash. Washington Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2385: "Gray Knoll, volcanic cone on Little Creek Mountain. General surface of Shinarump conglomerate; Moenkopi low cliffs in foreground. Washington co., UT, 1937." (Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2386: "View looking west toward Canaan Gap of Short Creek. Road on AZ-UT line: foreground, flat cut in lowest Chile beds; background, cliffs and ridges of eastward dipping Shinarump overlying Moenkopi. Washington Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2387: "Short Creek near village and Short Creek. Cutting of the channel 20-30 feet done since about 1885. Mohave Co., AZ, 1937."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2388: "Same as 2387. Point of Vermillion Cliff in upper left."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2389: "View looking across valley of Little Creek. Shinarump capped cliffs along stream. Smithsonian Butte (left) Navajo Cliffs of Zion Park north across Virgin River. Washington Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2390: "Looking across Big Plains toward Smithsonian Butte (middle background), West Temple (upper right). Foreground forested east slope of Little Creek Mountain, Shinarump; middle distance, dry farm lands on Chinle strata. Washington Co., UT. 1937."
  • "Dunes head of Sand Canyon. Navajo strata in background. Kane Co., UT, 1937."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2391: "Block mesas from the south panorama."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2392: "Flax Lake, one of five in landslide northeast of Glendale. Foreground floor of once larger lake. Kane Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2393: [No caption]
  • 2394: "Tower in Navajo sandstone, outlier of White Cliffs, Kanab Valley. Kane Co., UT, 1937."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2395: "Plateau south of Block mesas. Grantham, Stringham, and guide (right), 1937."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2396: "Unconformity---Moenkopi (below) and Shinarump (white) in gulch, 2 miles west of Paria village. Kane Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2397: "Cliff House, Kaibab Gulch, 1937."
  • 2398: "Moenkopi capped by Shinarump, Lost Spring Mountain 1937."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2399: "Post Office, Virgin City, UT. 1937."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2400: "Lowery and Gregory, Virgin City. 1937."
  • 2401: "Wall (Moenkopi) of upper Fremont River Canyon at deepest part west of Fruita, UT, 1937."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2402: "Fremont River Canyon west of Fruita (Moenkopi strata). Wayne Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2403: "Looking up Fremont River Canyon west of Fruita, Miners Mesa in middle distance. Wayne Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2404: "Fremont Canyon just above Fruita, 1937."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2405-6 "National Bridge, Bridge Canyon 3 miles northeast of Fruita. Wayne Co., UT, 1937." (Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2407: "Moenkopi sand wash near Fruita, 1937."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2408: "Split Tower, Wingate sandstone underlaid by Chinle beds, 2 miles northwest of Fruita. Wayne Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2409: "Chinle and Wingate, Fremont River near Fruita. Wayne Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2410: "Platform top of Navajo sandstone, Capitol Reef. Rim of Fremont River Gorge in foreground. Wayne Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2411: "Shinarump sandstone (full thickness) underlaid by Moenkopi along Torrey-Fruita road. Wayne Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2412: "Boulders of lava on eroded surface of Moenkopi along Torrey-Fruita Road. Wayne Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2413: "Pinnacles in Navajo sandstone south side Fremont River below Fruita, 1937."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2414: "Moccasin Springs. 1936."
  • 2415: "Vermillion Cliffs at Short Creek, 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2416: "Kaibab Indian School. 1936."
  • "Pipe Springs. 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2417: "Navajo, Pipe Springs. 1936."
  • "Chinle-Navajo contact, Pipe Springs. 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2418: "Navajo contact, Pipe Springs. 1936."
  • 2419: "Slice of Chinle on Sevier fault, Pipe Springs-Moccasin road. 1936."
  • 2420: "Looking west from Horse Pasture toward Guardian Angel. 1936."
  • 2421: "Wingate, Cottonwood Canyon. 1936."
  • 2422: "Jointing in Navajo on Zion-Carmel Road. 1936."
  • 2423: "Carmel on North Fork Virgin. 1936."
  • 2423a: "Conger Mt. fault. 1936."
  • 2424: "Moenkopi and lava, Little Creek, 1936."
  • 2425: "Elkheart Cliffs. 1936."
  • "Detail faulting, Jurassic, near Mt. Carmel. 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2426: "Cliffs, mouth of Parunuweap, UT, 1936."
  • 2427: "Parunuweap Canyon, looking NW toward the Watchman. Springdale member center cliffs. UT. 1936."
  • 2428: "Parunuweap Canyon near east boundary of Zion Park, UT, 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2429: "Chinle and above, near Springdale, UT, 1936."
  • "Fault at Carmel Junction: right, Carmel limestone; left, variegated shale beds above limestone. 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2430: "Erosion Cretaceous along Fruita-Cainsville road. Pleasant Creek 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2431: "Looking down Fremont Gorge, Capitol Reef from west of Fruita 1936."
  • 2432: "Unconformity west of Paria. Middle white, Shinarump; lower left, dark, Moenkopi; upper beds, Chinle. Kane Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2433: "Rainbow Butte at Paria (Chinle strata). Moenkopi, left foreground. Kane Co., UT. 1936."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2434: "Triassic formations at Paria. Foreground, Moenkopi along road (dark) and Shinarump (light). Butte: Chinle (banded) capped with Wingate sandstone. Kane Co., UT. 1937."
  • "Ship Rock. Moenkopi including Shinabkiab member capped by Shinarump conglomerate. On Fredonia-Moccasin road, Coconino Co., AZ. 1934."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2435: "Block Mesas, east of Elephant Gap. Navajo sandstone capped by Carmel. Kane Co., UT. 1936."
  • "Elephant Gap. Block Mesas, cliffs of Navajo capped by Carmel; foreground on eroded red and white Navajo. Kane Co., UT. 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2436: "Elkheart Cliffs, blood-red buttes at base, on east side of the Sevier fault near Orderville, Kane Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2437-8: "Mud flow, result of sudden shower in branch of Parunuweap River. a. Break in highway; b. 1200 feet down stream. Three miles north of Glendale, Kane Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2439: "Fault near Mt. Carmel Junction. Right (up throw side) Carmel limestone; left sands capped by gypsum. Kane Co., UT. 1936."
  • 2440: "Straight Cliffs formation (Cretaceous). Orderville, Kane Co., UT. 1936."
  • "Sevier fault. Tropic shale (foreground) in horizontal contact with Navajo sandstone (middle left) Carmel at top. Elkheart Cliffs, east of Mt. Carmel, Kane Co., UT."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2441: "General view of tilted Cretaceous, from Kanab Road. Looking northwest across Sevier fault and Parunuweap River at Mt. Carmel, Kane Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2442: "Tilted block broken from Sevier fault, Navajo capped by Carmel. Orderville, Kane Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2443: "Crater on Kanab Creek, at 'The Corrals.' Kane Co., UT. 1936."
  • 2444: "Pink Cliffs, Robinson Canyon, north of Alton. Cretaceous (Kaiparowits) contact with Wasatch (Tertiary) at the base of vertical cliffs. Kane Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2445: "Base of Dakota sandstone resting on white Jurassic. Meadow Brook, Kane Co., UT. 1936."
  • "Pot holes in Navajo sandstone, one-half mile east of Checking Station, Zion National Park, UT. 1934."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2446: "Tower of Navajo sandstone capped by iron concretion along highway near east Checking Station, Zion National Park, UT. 1937."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2447: "Crossbedded Navajo sandstone along Zion-Mt. Carmel Road. Checker Board Mountain on the horizon eastward. Temple cap member in upper right. Zion National Park, UT. 1936."
  • "Pine Creek Arch, from tunnel road. Navajo sandstone. Zion National Park, UT. 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2448: "Water fall in Temple of Sinawava, Zion National Park. 1934."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2449: "Muhim Cliff Profile Indian Head Chinle strata. Springdale, UT. 1937."
  • 2450: "Walters Wiggles, in Refrigerator Canyon, on trail to Angel's Landing. Navajo strata. Zion National Park, UT. 1936."
  • 2451: [No caption.]
  • 2452: "Virgin River at La Verkin Hot Springs. Shacks are shelters over intake pipes leading to the pool quarter of a mile down the river. Washington Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2453: "Perched pot holes, Pine Creek, near east end of tunnel, Zion National Park, UT. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2454: "Grafton fault at west end of Smithsonian Butte, looking northward across Virgin River. Coalpits volcano in middle background, edge of Kolob plateau in distance. Washington Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2455: "Meanders of the Virgin River, near Rockville. Moenkopi capped by Shinarump. Washington Co., UT. 1936."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • "Moenkopi, upper red beds 3 miles west of Virgin City, Washington Co., UT. 1937."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2456: "Refrigerator Canyon on the West Rim trail. Zion National Park, UT."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2457: "Hurricane Ledge fault zone. View northward from highway, crest of Hurricane Cliffs, west of Virgin City. Kaibab and lowest Moenkopi, right; Moenkopi shale, valley on left: lava capped Toquerville hills beyond it; Kaibab cliffs upper left; Pine Valley mountains left distance. Washington Co., UT. 1936."
  • 2458: "Zion Park Cliffs, from Shinarump bench, near base of Smithsonian Butte. Virgin River in middle distance; West Temple center distance; at the right Bridge Mountain, East Temple, The Twin Brothers, and Mountain of the Sun. Zion National Park, UT. 1936."
  • 2459-60: "Two views of the Springdale member of the Chinle, on the west end of Smithsonian Butte. Kane Co., UT. 1936."
  • "Columnar structure in lava along highway west of Grafton, Kane Co., UT. 1937."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Cliffs at mouth of Red Canyon on Panquitch-Tropic road, Sevier fault separates basalt (left) and top from Wasatch limestone (right). Garfield Co., UT. 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2461: "Table Cliff Plateau, looking northeast from Bryce Point. Paria River and town of Tropic in middle distance. Bryce National Park, UT. 1935."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2462: "View southwest from Brian Head, showing head of Cedar Canyon, the northern Kolob plateau, and Pine Valley Mountains (in distance). Iron Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2463: "View north along the rim of Markagunt Plateau from Brian Head. Iron Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2464: "Brian Head, volcanic mass from the north rim of Cedar Breaks, Iron Co., UT. 1937."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2465: "Rim of Canyon at Cedar Breaks, Wasatch formation, Iron Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2466: "View southeast from top of Brian Head. Hancock peak in center middle distance; Paunsaugunt Plateau on left horizon. Iron Co., UT. 19436."
  • 2467: "Roots of limber pine exposed by erosion, north rim of Cedar Breaks. Iron Co., UT. 1936."
  • "Meadow, Markagunt plateau, east of Cedar Breaks. Aspen and Engleman spruce. Iron Co., UT. 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2468: "Source of the Virgin River. Looking northwest along Cascade Falls Trail. Spring issues from Wasatch limestone cliffs of Markagunt plateau. Garfield Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2469: "Cascade Falls, source of Virgin River. Point of emergence from Wasatch limestone. Garfield Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2470: "Head of the Fremont River Gorge in Capitol Reef at Fruita, Wayne Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2471: "View northwest along Capitol Reef from top of shale slope near Mulford Ranch. Chinle and Wingate (right), river terrace (left). Wayne Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2472: "Capitol Reef, looking SE down Sand Creek from point two miles west of Fruita. Moenkopi foreground; Shinarump-Navajo in cliffs; Henry Mountains in distance. Wayne Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2473: "View down Fremont Gorge, in Capitol Reef. Left: Moenkopi, Chinle shales, talus slope and cliffs of Wingate. Right: Fruita, river terraces, cliffs of Wingate and high bumps of Navajo sandstone. Wayne Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2474: "Moenkopi capped by Shinarump along road between Fruita and Capitol Wash. Shows pinion trees. Wayne Co., UT. 1936."
  • 2475: "Jointing in Moenkopi sandstone, along road between Fruita on Capitol Wash. Wayne Co., UT, 1936."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2476: "View looking NE along back-slope of Capitol Reef, Fremont River gorge and terraces, upper left; Capitol Wash in middle distance jointing Pleasant Creek at left; lava boulder terrace in foreground. Wayne Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2477: "The back slopes of Capitol Reef, viewed from the summit of the Fruita-Cainesville road, 1/2 mile west of Pleasant Creek. Navajo, Carmel, and red gypsiferous shale above the Carmel in middle foreground, crest of roof on horizon. Wayne Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2478: "Tower Butte and natural bride in the Devils Garden, Entrada sandstone, south flank of the Salt Valley anticline, 15 miles west of Moab, Grand Co., UT. 1934."
  • "Fault, Moenkopi strata, head of Rock Canyon."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2479: "Basalt in Moenkopi, north wash."
  • "Looking north across Orderville, Sevier fault."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2480-1: "Elkheart Cliffs east of Mt. Carmel."
  • 2482: "View NE across head of Kanab Valley. Left, tilted tertiary west of Sevier fault; right, Alton Cirque (lowland), above it, Pink Cliffs."
  • 2483: "West edge Kolob plateau from New Harmony road."
  • "Volcano, Bald Knoll, head of Johnson Canyon."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2484: "One of 'Three Lakes,' Kanab Canyon. (Hillers)"
  • 2485: "A.M. Thompson. Kanab Creek, 1872. (Hillers)"
  • 2486: "Cliff dweller niche, base of Navajo sandstone. Zion Park."
  • 2487: "Eagle Crags."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • "South across Virgin River at Grafton. a.(right half) Smithsonian Butte upper right, Grafton fault (tilted block) below: first cliff, Shinarump. b. (left wall) upper left, Eagle Crags and wall. Navajo: extreme left, north wall of Parunuweap."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2488: "Carmel on Navajo. Head of Parunuweap Canyon."
  • 2489: "Coalpits volcano north of Grafton."
  • "Sevier Fault southeast of Mt. Carmel: right, Navajo; left, Carmel."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2490: "Volcano on Kolob plateau."
  • 2491: "Remains of old town of Paria."
  • 2492: "Mangum family with H.E.G. Paris."
  • 2493: "Carmel formation, Kanab Creek near mouth of Sink Canyon. Kane Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2494: "Carmel limestone overlain by later Jurassic and Cretaceous Beds, Flume Canyon, near Glendale. Kane Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2495: "View looking east across 'The Cove,' near Orderville: foreground, topmost Jurassic and Tropic formation; distance, Elkheart Cliffs, Navajo capped by Carmel. Kane Co., UT. 1938."
  • 2496: "Winsor formation, banded sandstone, Dakota at top. Muddy Brook. Kane Co., UT. 1938."
  • 2497: "Winsor formation just below Dakota shown at top, branch of Muddy Brook. Kane Co., UT, 1938."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Same as 2497, showing mode of weathering."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Winsor formation, 1 mile north of Cannonville. Garfield Co., UT. 1938."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Same as above, Dakota sandstone cap at top."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Entrada formation on Zion Park-Kanab roads, near Mt. Carmel. Kane Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2498: "Limestone near base of Timpoweap member of the Moenkopi formation, Alkali Wash. Washington Co., UT, 1938."
  • "Gypsum bed 30 feet thick at highway crossing of Muddy Brook, south of Mt. Carmel. Kane Co., UT, 1938."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2499: "Chinle formation, upper part; Paria Canyon 1 mile above mouth of Kitchen Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2500: "Chinle formation, same as 2499, viewed 1/2 mile along strike."
  • 2501: "Chinle formation: Petrified Forest member capped by thick sandstone beds, Paria Canyon. Kane Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2502: "Contact Wingate and Kayenta formation, branch of Kitchen Canyon east White Cove. Kane Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2503: "Wingate sandstone, head of the upper south branch of Kitchen Canyon, east of White Cone. Kane Co., UT. 1938."
  • 2504: "Basalt flow from Bald Knob Volcano, upper Johnson Canyon. Kane Co., UT, 1938."
  • "No Man's Mesa. Navajo sandstone; Kayenta, Wingate and upper Chinle in foreground, head of Kitchen Canyon. Kane Co., UT. 1938."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2205: "Winsor formation capped by Dakota on Alton-Johnson road, 3 miles east of Sink Creek. Kane Co., UT, 1938."
  • "White Cone, Navajo sandstone; Wingate first cliff at base, Chinle below. Kane Co., UT, 1938."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Gypsum, Curtis formation, on Alton-Johnson road, 3 miles east of Sink Creek. Kane Co., UT, 1938."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Entrada(?) formation, Averett Wash. Kane Co., UT, 1938."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2506: "Massive sandstone of Wahweap(?) formation, Tenny Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1938."
  • "White bed in Kaiparowits formation (bed 38 of measured section), Tenney Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1938."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2507: "Looking southwest across Bluff, UT. Comb Ridge distance. R. N. Allen. (7) 1921."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2508: "Looking up Cow Canyon near Bluff, UT, 'Bluff sandstone' forms cap rock. R.N. Allen (8) 1921."
  • "Cliff dwelling near mouth of Butler Wash. R.N. Allen (15) 1921."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2509: "Jim Joe's house and family near mouth of Butler Wash. R.N. Allen (22) 1921."
  • "Jim Joe's ranch near mouth of Butler Wash. Dugway of old Mormon road. Hole-in-the-Rock to Bluff. R.N. Allen (21) 1921."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2510: "Looking up Comb Wash from mouth of Chinle. R.N. Allen (23) 1921."
  • 2511: "Rapids in San Juan Canyon 4 miles below Comb Wash. Bert Loper in boat. R.N. Allen (26) 1921."
  • 2512: "Looking down San Juan River in 'Narrows' through Raplee anticline. R.N. Allen(29) 1921."
  • 2513: "Looking up stream in 'Narrows' in Raplee anticline, San Juan Canyon. R.N. Allen (28), 1921."
  • 2514: "Looking down San Juan through the 'Narrows.' R.N. Allen (27) 1921."
  • "Looking down San Juan Canyon between Goodridge bridge and Honoker Trail, 9 miles by stream above Honoker Trail. R.N. Allen (43) 1921."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2515-6: "'Sand Waves' just breaking and flattening near Honoker Trail, San Juan Canyon. R.N. Allen (54-55) 1921."
  • 2517: "Tabernacle Loop: goosenecks beyond San Juan Canyon. R.N. Allen (46) 1921."
  • "Mendenhall Loop, San Juan Canyon. R.N. Allen (40) 1921."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2518: "Goosenecks near Tabernacle Loop, San Juan Canyon, R.N. Allen (47) 1921."
  • 2519: "Meanders in San Juan Canyon. R.N. Allen or Gregory."
  • 2520: "Looking west toward 'Clay Hills' just north of Clay Hills crossing, San Juan River. R.N. Allen (70) 1921."
  • 2521: "Looking down San Juan Canyon near mouth of Slickhorn Gulch. R.N. Allen (66) 1921."
  • 2522: "Rapids below Clay Hills crossing. R.N. Allen (79) 1921."
  • "Looking up San Juan from point 6 miles below Spencer Camp. R.N. Allen (101) 1921."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2523: "Looking west down San Juan Canyon from point near Spencer Camp. R.N. Allen (98) 1921."
  • 2524: "Looking south down San Juan Canyon from point near Spencer Camp, Navajo mountain in background. R.N. Allen (99) 1921."
  • 2525: "'Dome Formation' (Navajo sandstone) east of 'Wilson Creek.' R.N. Allen (115) 1921."
  • 2526: "Looking up Colorado toward mouth of San Juan. R.N. Allen, (128) 1921."
  • 2527: "Hole-in-the-Rock, Colorado River, 10 miles above mouth of the San Juan. R.N. Allen (123) 1921."
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  • 2527a-8: "White bed in Kaiparowits formation (bed 38 of measured section), Tenny Canyon, Kane Co., UT 1938."
  • "Moenkopi formation 2 miles west of Paria on old Kanab Trail. Kane Co., UT, 1938."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2529: "Fault. Wasatch Tertiary on left (west); Cretaceous on right; head of Paria Canyon. Garfield Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2530: "Headquarters of old Kitchen Ranch, Kitchen Canyon. Kane Co., UT, 1938. Bronson Stringham standing."
  • 2531: "Entrada sandstone overlain by the heavy gypsum bed of the Curtis formation. Carmel limestone at left brought to level of Entrada by a fault, on Highway 15 near junction with Highway 89. Kane Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2532: "Temple Cap member of the Navajo formation overlain by Carmel limestone, head of Parunuweap Canyon. Kane Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2533: "Temple Cap member of the Navajo formation near east entrance to Zion National Park, Kane Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2534: "East Temple. Buttress forms wall of Pine Creek; Navajo sandstone; top, Temple cap member. Zion National Park, 1938."
  • 2535: "Bridge Mountain. Navajo sandstone; view south base of East Temple across Pine Creek; Tunnel Road lower right. Zion National Park, 1938."
  • 2536: "Part of Chinle formation above Springdale member; sandstone, shales and lime conglomerates. Pine Balley. Zion National Park, 1938."
  • 2537: "The village of Paria, abandoned. Kane Co., UT, 1937."
  • 2538: "Site of Springdale, Virgin River Valley, below mouth of Zion Canyon. At left, the Watchman. Navajo sandstone, underlaid by Chinle: middle cliff is Springdale member. Washington Co., UT."
  • "Tropic shale (with coal), highway crossing of Meadow Brook. Kane Co., UT."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2539: "Contact Carmel limestone (top) and Navajo (bottom), between them calcareous and argillaceous shales. Kane Co., UT."
  • "Carmel limestone underlaid by variegated shale. Temple Cap member of Navajo formation, 12 feet below. Mt. Carmel Junction. Kane Co., UT."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2540: "Lava flow over Navajo sandstone, near Pine Springs, Kolob Terrace. Washington Co., UT."
  • 2541: "Wingate, Kayenta, and Navajo. Kanab Canyon 2 miles above junction of Three Lakes. Kane Co., UT."
  • "Wingate, Kayenta, and Navajo in Kanab Canyon, near Robinson Ranch. Kane Co., UT."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2542: "East wall Meadow Brook Canyon, near highway crossing. Carmel limestone (bottom), Entrada, Curtis, Winsor, Dakota (black band, upper left), base of Tropic shales. Kane Co., UT."
  • 2543: "Navajo sandstone, above it (offset) Temple Cap member projected by Carmel limestone. View from base of East Temple. Washington Co., UT."
  • 2544: "Near west edge of Kolob Terrace, looking northeast across mouth of Coal Creek; tilted rocks at Hurricane fault (middle); Cedar City, lower left. Iron Co., UT."
  • "a-Virgin River in Zion National Park, a normal stage."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2545-6: "b-c, rising flood from shower on Kolob Terrace;"
  • 2547-8: "d-e, flood stage (2548 missing);
  • 2549: "g, erosion of land slide at flood stage."
  • 2550-2: "a-c, Stages of flood in branch of Parunuweap Canyon above Hidden Lake, result of local storm. a, beginning; b, rising water; c, high water. Kane Co., UT, 1937."
  • "Virgin River, Temple of Sinawava, rising water. Zion National Park, 1836."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "The Sentinel and adjoining towers, in Zion Park. Navajo sandstone viewed from tunnel road. Note iron stained zone (dark band)."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Cliff of Navajo sandstone including Temple Cap member (offset top). East entrance Zion National Park."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Parunuweap Valley (Long Valley) above Hidden Lake. Cretaceous strata. Kane Co., UT."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2553: Tent Buttes, Straight Cliffs sandstone, east side Clear Creek Mountain. Kane Co., UT, 1935."
  • 2554: "Gully out into alluvium 15-25 feet since 1925 (?). Meadow Brook. Kane Co., UT, 1935."
  • "Straight Cliffs formation. Clear Creek Mountains, Kane Co., UT, 1936."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2555: "Upper Lake and part of Middle Lake in Three Lakes Canyon, base of Navajo sandstone. White Cliffs in distance. Kane Co., UT."Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.
  • "Ephemeral waterfall, temple of Sinawava, height 1800 feet Navajo sandstone. Zion National Park, 1937."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2556: "Ephemeral waterfall, disappears about half hour after rain. Pine Creek, Zion National Park, 1937."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2557: "Alluvial terraces, Parunuweap Valley between Orderville and Mt. Carmel. Lie unevenly on Tropic shale. Kane Co., UT. 1937."
  • 2558: "Coal in the Dakota or basal Tropic; Coal hill east side Meadow Brook. Kane Co., UT."
  • 2559: "Wasatch formation, head of Dairy Canyon, tributary to the Parunuweap. Kane Co., UT."
  • 2560: "Wasatch formation, head of Dairy Canyon, tributary to the Parunuweap. Kane Co., UT."
  • 2561: "Upper Chinle, Wingate, Kayenta, and Navajo formations on face of Bridge Mountain. Springdale member, ledge near base. Zion National Park, UT."
  • 2562: "Travertine formed by plants, narrows of Virgin River. Zion National Park, UT."
  • 2563: "Cable Mountain, Navajo sandstone. Location of East Rim trail (center). Zion National Park."
  • 2564: "Navajo sandstone viewed from tunnel window across Pine Creek. The Sentinel in distance. Zion National Park."
  • 2565: "Jurassic formations near highway crossing of Meadow Brook. Carmel (lowest right); Entrada (middle slope); Curtis (gypsum, ledge); Winsor (upper slope); Dakota (black band); Tropic with coal at top (right). Kane Co., UT."
  • 2566 "Heaton Point, south end of Elkheart Cliffs, Navajo sandstone and Carmel limestone, middle distance, Tropic shales and ancient alluvial terraces bordering Parunuweap River (foreground). Sevier fault lies near the base of the cliffs. Kane Co., UT."
  • 2567: "Cave Canyon Walls of Navajo sandstone, above them shale and Temple Cap member forms second cliff, capped in turn with Carmel limestone. Zion National Park."
  • 2568: "Smithsonian Butte from north base. Chinle, including Springdale member (middle ledge), Wingate? and Kayenta?, Navajo top. Washington Co., UT."
  • 2569: "Petrified log near base of Chinle, north of Rockville. Zion National Park."
  • 2570: "Sevier fault in gully east of Mt. Carmel Junction. Tropic shale, rounded hills (left); Navajo sandstone in fracture zone (right). Kane Co., UT."
  • 2571: "Harrisburg Dome near Leeds. Moenkopi and Shinarump strata. Washington Co., UT."
  • 2572: "View southeast from Little Bryce Point across Paria amphitheater, pinnacles of Wasatch limestone; upturned edges Navajo sandstone in (distance). Bryce Canyon National Park."
  • 2573: "Valley on Paunsaugunt Plateau. Erosion control dam destroyed by torrential shower, 2.30 inches in 20 minutes. Bryce Canyon National Park."
  • 2574: "North Rim of canyon, Wasatch limestone. Iron Mountain in distance west. Cedar Breaks National Monument."
  • 2575-6: "a-b, Panorama northwest of Brian Head, Markagunt Plateau. Glacial topography foreground; Wasatch formation (middle distance); Little Salt Lake in valley beyond Hurricane Cliffs. Iron Co., UT."
  • "Pond in basalt 1 mile east of Cedar Breaks. Iron Co., UT."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2577: "Lava cap on Straight Cliffs formation foot of dugway in Cedar Canyon. Iron Co., UT."
  • 2578: "Fault on Rim Point Wasatch formation. Cedar Break National Monument."
  • 2579: "Spur on wall of canyon. Wasatch limestone. Cedar Breaks National Monument."
  • 2580: "Thousand Lake Mountain, view from Loa eastward. Wayne Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2581: "Cliffs north of highway west of Bicknell (right center). Moenkopi, Shinarump, Chinle, Wingate. Plain in foreground borders Fremont River. Wayne Co., UT, 1936."
  • 2582: "Solution channels in Wingate sandstone, Capitol Gorge. Wayne Co., UT."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2583: "View along Notom-Cainsville road. Jurassic and Cretaceous formations. Fremont River in middle distance. Wayne Co., UT."
  • 2584: "Erosion on Mancos shales, branch of Fremont River above Cainesville. Wayne Co., UT."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2585: "Fault at Mt. Carmel Junction, looking southeast. Carmel limestone on upthrown side (middle); Entrada (foreground). Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2586: Timpoweap member of Moenkopi formation in Timpoweap Canyon at intake of La Verkin irrigation ditch. Rests on Kaibab extreme lower right. Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2587: "Contact of fossiliferous Kaibab (base) and fossiliferous Moenkopi (top), Isom Wash, Washington Co., UT, 1939. Exact contact not placed."
  • 2588: "Consolidated river gravel (Wisconsin age?) overlying eroded Entrada(?) 300 feet above Paria River 2 miles south of Cannonville, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • "Same as 2588."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Navajo sandstone (bottom), Camel limestone (middle), Entrada (top), head of box canyon, Paria River, Kane Co., UT, 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Entrada (massive phase). Paria Valley 4 miles south of Cannonville, Kane Co., UT, 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2589: "Entrada sandstone (bottom) in contact with shales and gypsum of Curtis formation, Paria Valley 4 miles south of Cannonville, Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2590: "Ancient talus (right foreground) and talus now forming at base of Kinesava mountain, Zion National Park, Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2591: "Bed of little Creek, sunk 10 feet to 40 feet into alluvium since 1890, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2592: "Wasatch cliff (top, Kaiparowits (slope) and upper beds of Wahweap formations, Wilson Point, Sunset Cliffs, head of Hillsdale Canyon, Garfield Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2593: "Contact of old and recent basalt flows near head of Gould Canyon, Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2594: "Edge of basalt flow over eroded Moenkopi along highway west of Grafton, Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2595: "Carmel formations in Mineral Gulch. Typical arrangement of shaly and massive beds, Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2596: "Winsor formation type locality, Winsor Cove, branch of Muddy Brook. Overlying Dakota at top (right). Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2597: "Tropic shale, Muddy Brook 6 miles above its mouth, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • "Ancient gravels (Wisconsin?) overlying eroded Carmel limestone near Mt. Carmel Junction, Kane Co., UT, 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2598: "Base of Straight Cliffs formation (Cretaceous) at Orderville. Tropic shale forms slope at bottom. Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2599: "Gypsum of Curtis formation (cliff at top) and Entrada (slope), Short Branch of Parunuweap 1 mile south of Mount Carmel, Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2600: "Carmel (bottom), Entrada (slope), Curtis (cliff of gypsum) and Winsor formation (top slope), Meadow Brook Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2601: Fault in short canyon east of road one mile south of Mt. Carmel Junction. Carmel strata capped with old consolidated gravel, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2602: "Straight cliffs sandstone overlying Tropic shale. Back of School House, Orderville, Kane Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2603: Carmel formation (cliff) at head of Flume Canyon upthrow (east) side of Sevier fault which trends northeasterly. Cretaceous formations (background) at level of Jurassic. Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2604: "Carmel formation in branch of Flume Canyon. About half of total shown. Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • "Johnson Creek. Old alluvial fill trenched 40 feet since 1915. Kane Co., UT, 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2605: "Entrada formation. Gypsiferous Curtis at top. Near mouth of Crystal Creek, Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2606: Straight Cliff sandstone top, Tropic Dakota and Winsor formation in middle and foreground, covered by land slide. Basalt at tight and on top. Head of Oak Creek, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2607: "Fossiliferous Straight Cliffs sandstone, Kolob Terrace, Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2608: "Cougar Mountain fault. Springdale member of Chinle (lower left) abutting against base of Navajo (lower left), Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2609: "Frepit Knoll, volcano (left), wall of Navajo sandstone capped by Carmel limestone (center), lava coated with vegetation (foreground), Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2610-11: "Winsor formation type locality, Winsor Cove, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2612: "Head of Oak Valley area of landslides from Straight Cliffs sandstone (background), Tropic shale (foreground), Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2613: "View of Oak Valley from west. Carmel white (foreground), tropic shale overlain by landslides (middle distance), Straight Cliffs sandstone (cliffs), Wasatch cliffs on skyline, Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2614: "Camp Creek near its mouth in Hurricane Cliffs. Navajo sandstone overlain by Carmel Entrada, Curtis and Winsor. Pine Valley mountains (right distance), Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2615: "Spring Creek. From open valley (foreground) on Carmel limestone passes into canyon in Navajo sandstone that in part forms Hurricane Cliffs. Typical stream on western Kolob Terrace, Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2616: "Straight Cliffs sandstone, capped by basalt, head of Oak Creek, Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • "Undrained pond on surface of lava, Kolob Terrace, Washington Co., UT. 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2617: "La Verkin Breaks, looking west, Navajo sandstone capped by Carmel limestone and out by canyons 800 to 2,000 feet deep, Pine Valley Mountains in distance, Washington Co., UT, 1939."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2618: "Surface of Kolob Terrace. Divide between North Creek and Kolob Creek, Washington Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2619: "Surface of Kolob Terrace showing sharp drop to heads of deep canyons. Lava in foreground, Washington Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2620: "Meadow land along upper Kolob Creek, developed in Tropic shale, Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2621: "Surface of Kolob Terrace near head of Kolob Creek, Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2622: "Landslides in Chinle near mouth of the Parunuweap, springdale member (right center), Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2623: "Floor of "sink" in Carmel limestone showing solution channels in bedded rock and opening of underground drainage 3 channel. Near Blue Springs, Kolob Terrace, Washington Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2624: "Northernmost of three Flax Lakes on high divide between Kanab and Parunuweap Valleys. In Cretaceous beds. Looking northeast across head of Kanab Valley to Pink Cliffs (Tertiary), Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2625: "Flax Lakes (same unit). A branch canyon of Kanab Creek extending toward it, Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2626: "Top of east Temple. Carmel limestone (top layers). Temple Cap member of Navajo (cliff), core rock of Navajo (foreground), Washington Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2627: "View looking S-SW from foothills 2 miles west of Virgin City. Shnabkaib member of Moenkopi (foreground). Timpoweap member of Moenkopi into which Timpoweap Canyon of the Virgin River is cut (middle distance). Sugar Loaf and other lava capped mesas (left distance)' crest of Hurricane Cliffs (right distance), Washington Co., UT, 1938."
  • 2628-9: "The Steamboat. Shnabkaib (bottom) and upper red level of Moenkopi capped in part by Shinarump 2 miles west of Fredonia, Coconino Co., AZ. 1939."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2630: "Ancient gravels, (left center) form terrace both sides of Virgin River between Rockville and Grafton. Rest unconformably on middle Moenkopi beds, upper Moenkopi, Shinarump, Chinle, and Navajo above. Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • "Ancient gravels, detail of 2630."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2631: "'Elephant feet.' Wingate sandstone, Kayenta above. Three Lakes Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1939."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2632: "Wingate sandstone, detailed structure. Flatlying Kayenta above. Cabes Lakes Canyon, Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2633: "Wingate sandstone. Same as 2632. 1939."
  • 2634: "Landslide in Chinle formation from base of Navajo Mts. Sandstone, Springdale member of Chinle (middle right). Near headquarters, Zion National Park, UT. 1939."
  • 2635: "Joints in Navajo sandstone on Zion-Mt. Carmel road, Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2636: [Caption missing.] Similar to 2635.
  • 2637: "Northern edge Kanab Plateau. Village of Fredonia on surface eroded from lower Moenkopi beds and crossed by Kanab Creek. Buttes of Moenkopi capped by Shinarump (right), Coconino Co., August, 1939."
  • 2638: "Surface of Uinkaret Plateau southwest of Cane Beds, Mohave Co., AZ, Aug. 2, 1939."
  • 2639: "Lake in Three Lakes Canyon fed from springs in Cane at the base of Navajo sandstone, Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2640: "Kanab Creek, alluvial fill."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2641: "Shinarump and Moenkopi beds disturbed by a local fault 3 miles north of Fredonia, Coconino Co., AZ. 1939."
  • 2642: "Erosion surface on lower Chinle beds at base of Vermillion Cliffs, traversed by Kanab Creek (left center), Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • "Ancient stream gravels (Wisconsin) 80 feet above Virgin River, rest on Carmel limestone near Mt. Carmel Junction, Kane Co., UT. 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Ancient stream gravel detail of previous photo."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2643: "View looking west toward buttes of Moenkopi capped by lava between Hurricane Cliffs and Workman Wash (foreground). Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2644: "Mouth of Timpoweap Canyon of Virgin River looking east upstream. Kaibab and Moenkopi strata also basalt (upper left). Hurricane fault trends north-south in foreground. Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2645: "Timpoweap Canyon at mouth of Alkali Wash (enters right center). Fossiliferous Permian at stream level. Triassic limestone outer walls. Intervening slope of conglomerate and calcareous sandstones, Washington Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2646 "South wall of Timpoweap Canyon near mouth of Alkali Wash. Kaibab limestone (base), two beds of conglomerate separated by erosion surface, Moenkopi limestone top, Washington Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2647: "Permian-Triassic contact in Goulds Canyon (of little Creek). Kaibab (lowest ledge), conglomerate (second ledge), Moenkopi (third ledge and top). Washington Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2648: "Erosion surface produced by bevelling Chinle strata at the base of Vermillion Cliffs south of Cane Beds, Mohave Co., AZ, 1939."
  • 2649: "Moenkopi showing typical erosion of its shaly sandstones on Hurricane-Antelope Springs Road, Mohave Co., AZ. 1939."
  • 2650: "Divide dike basalt intruded in Moenkopi beds, head of Workman Wash, Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2651: "Fault in lower Moenkopi shaly sandstone head of Rock Canyon (of Short Creek), Mohave Co., AZ, 1939."
  • 2652: "Folds in Moenkopi strata, Short Creek east of Rock Canyon, Mohave Co., AZ, 1939."
  • 2653: "South wall of Rock Canyon. Kaibab (on valley floor and up to first ledge), conglomerate, Moenkopi (upper part of slope and the cliffs), Mohave Co., AZ, 1939."
  • 2654: "Short Creek near the exit from its canyon, in Vermillion Cliffs. Alluvial terraces and broad channel made during past 50 years, Mohave Co., AZ, 1939."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2655: "Cottonwood trees buried by sand dunes; trunks reexposed by recent excavations of alluvial valley fill, Short Creek, Mohave Co., AZ, 1939."
  • 2656: "Alluvial terraces made since 1900, Johnson Creek, Kane Co., UT, 1939."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2657: "Spring (lower left) on local fault marked by displacement and slickensides (lower left), Johnson Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2658: "'The Granary': one of many natural cavities in Wingate sandstone utilized for storage, Johnson Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2659: "Entrada, Curtis, and Winsor formation overlain by Dakota (extreme top), Alton-Skutumpah road, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2660: "Lava flow from Bald Knoll Crater (foreground), Upper Jurassic (lower cliffs), and tertiary (upper cliffs), Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • "Wingate sandstone and Kayenta formation, Johnson Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Same as previous photo."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2661: "Lake, one of three in LaVanger Wash. Surrounding trills Wasatch formation. Original obstruction of stream by alluvial fans made permanent by artificial dam, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2662: "Kaiparowits formation along Parunuweap below lava narrows, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2663: "Lava Narrows. The Parunuweap has worn its way through basalt that filled its original canyon. Stream flows in groove at side of road, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2664: [Caption missing.]
  • 2665: "Same as 2664."
  • "White Cliffs, 1,500 feet high (Navajo capped by Carmel), recently made alluvial terrace in foreground, Johnson Valley, Kane Co., UT, 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Navajo sandstone, part of White Cliffs, near head of Johnson Canyon, Kane Co., UT, 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Surface of Skutumpah Terrace looking east and across Kanab Canyon. Crest of White Cliffs (right distance), Kane Co., UT, 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2666: "Corral Knoll volcanic cone, Kanab Valley, Kane Co., Carmel limestone covered with lava (foreground), Cretaceous cliffs distance, Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • "Floor of and east wall of Alton amphitheatre, head of Kanab Creek. Flats in Tropic formation bordered by Cretaceous and Tertiary cliffs, Juniper trees, Kane Co., UT, 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2667: "View looking north down Workman Wash from divide between Little Creek and Short Creek. Basalt (left), terrace on Virgin member of Moenkopi (middle), upper Moenkopi (right). Moenkopi, Shinarump, Chinle, and Navajo (distance), Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • "Gravel pass; divide between Sevier and Parunuweap drainage basins looking northeast. Sunset Cliffs, Tertiary (background), dissected alluvial fans tributary to Sevier (right middle), gravels drained by Parunuweap (foreground), Parunuweap captures head tributaries of Sevier, Oak brush and yellow pines, Kane Co., UT, 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2668: "Vermillion Cliffs (Chinle and Navajo), north of edge of Uinkaret Plateau (foreground), mouth of Short Creek, Kane Co., UT, 1939."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2669: "Big Plains, west dipping surface eroded on east dipping Chinle beds, now coated with coalescing fans. Little Creek Terrace in right background, Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2670: "Kaibab Indian School near Moccasin looking northeast toward head of Two Mile Wash. Deep alluvial fill. Moenkopi capped by Shinarump (upper right), Chinle and Glen Canyon beds cliffs at upper left and middle distance (Lambs Point). Branch of Sevier fault crosses divide between Two Mile Wash and Sand Creek at base of Indian Point (left middle), Mohave Co., AZ. 1939."
  • 2671: "Kaibab Indian School looking north. Alluvial flats at head of Two Mile Wash. Branch of Sevier fault passes between Navajo (left distance) and Chinle-Navajo (middle distance), Mohave Co., AZ. 1939."
  • 2672: "'Winsor Castle,' old stone fort at Pipe Springs, Mohave Co., AZ. Sevier fault passes between Navajo sandstone." (upper right) and lower Moenkopi (foreground). 1939."
  • 2673: "Alluvial terraces on Kanab Creek near mouth of Tiny Canyon, Kane Co., UT. 1939. Excavated since 1882."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2674: "Fault in Jurassic formations 3 miles south of Mt. Carmel. Carmel limestone (left). Entrada and Carmel (right). Elkheart Cliffs (Navajo) (upper right). Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2675: "General view of tilted Jurassic and Cretaceous beds looking northwest across Parunuweap Valley from base of Elkheart Cliffs southwest of Mt. Carmel; Valley of Muddy Brook (center) is at the contact of Winsor and Dakota formations (left) and Tropic shale (right), Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2676: "View looking south down Meadow Brook across Parunuweap Canyon to Block Mesas on Moccasin Terrace. Canyon cut in San Rafael strata. Pinions or Juniper. Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2677: "Landslide (all the material in view) near mouth of Birch Creek, Zion Canyon. Covers upper part of and Springdale member (lower left) of the Chinle. Still active: Virgin river flows in groove at left of road, Washington Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2678: "Landslide, 1 mile south of Springdale, covers strata from base of Navajo (top left) to Shinarump. Springdale member of Chinle (left middle). Washington Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2679: "Landslide at mouth of Parunuweap (right center) extends from south of Springdale (foreground) across Parunuweap to base of Eagle Crags (top center). Involves entire Chinle formation. Washington Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2680: "Navajo sandstone including Temple cap member (top). Shows typical recessed arch. Near east entrance, Zion Park, Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2681: "View looking south-southwest across Timpoweap Canyon (center) to crest of Hurricane Cliffs (skyline). Floor chiefly the surface of east dipping beds of Timpoweap member of the Moenkopi. Lava capped mesas of upper Moenkopi (left distance). West of Virgin City. Washington Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2682: "View looking up Virgin River from a point 2 miles west of Virgin City, valley floor lower Moenkopi. Virgin member caps mesa(front ). Shinarump the terraces upstream. Navajo sandstone of South Mountain (right). Kinesawa Mountain (left) on skyline, Washington Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2683: "Hurricane Cliffs at Anderson Ranch. Kaibab and lower Moenkopi. Basalt (middle and upper right). Washington Co., UT. 1939."
  • "Surface of Paunsagunt Plateau looking southeast from near head of Red Canyon. Boat mesa (top left) and Whiteman mesa (top center) on skyline rise above general surface, Garfield Co., UT. 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Alluvial filled valley of Paria River (center) southeast of Cannonville. White Cliffs of Winsor formation capped by Dakota-Tropic; Pink Cliffs, Wasatch on left skyline, Garfield Co., UT. 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Winsor formation coal-bearing Dakota at top; near mouth of Yellow Creek, Garfield Co., UT. 1939."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2684: "Wasatch formation near mouth of Red Canyon. Gray conglomerate unconformable over massive pink limestone. Above it friable limestone, volcanic ash and basalt, Garfield Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2685: "Sunset Cliffs as viewed east of Hatch. Sevier fault follows base of cliffs that include Cretaceous and Wasatch Pink Cliffs on skyline. Garfield Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2686: "Bridge built by C.C.C. across recently eroded wash, near Pipe Springs. Mohave Co., AZ. 1939."
  • 2687: "Cedar Ridge. Cap of Shinarump conglomerate and upper Moenkopi extending south from Vermillion Cliffs onto Uinkaret Plateau west of Pipe Wash, Mohave Co., AZ. 1939."
  • 2688: "Settlement of Moccasin Springs looking eastward toward Kaibab Indian School. Kaibab Plateau on skyline. Mohave Co., AZ. 1939."
  • 2689: "View northward over Moccasin Springs along Sevier fault. Navajo (left) and Chinle (right), on skyline. 1939. Deep alluvium trenched by stream from springs (foreground)."
  • 2690: "Gypsum in Curtis formation near Highway 89 crossing of Muddy Brook, Kane Co., UT. 1939."
  • 2690-2: "'Winsor Castle,' old fort at Pipe Springs, looking south over Unikaret Plateau, Kanab Canyon upper right; (91) Door; (92) Wall, Mohave Co., AZ. 1939."
  • 2693: "Erosion surface at edge of Vermillion Cliffs west of Pipe Springs, Mohave Co., AZ. Streams cross Sevier fault from downthrow to upthrow side. 1939."
  • 2694: "Cowboy Butte 2 miles north of Fredonia. Moenkopi (Shnabkaib member at base) and Shinarump, Coconino Co., AZ. 1939."
  • 2695: "Falls in Kanab Creek near Corral Knoll. Carmel formation. Ancient channel of the Kanab filled with alluvium. Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • 2696: "Lake in Le Vanger Wash on alluvium that generally elsewhere has been trenched by recent erosion. Kane Co., UT, 1939."
  • "Top of Paunsaugunt plateau north of Red Canyon-Bryce Park road; area formerly cultivated, now sage brush. Garfield Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Valley of East Creek, typical of swales and mounds on top of Paunsaugunt Plateau. Boxed springs source of water for Union Pacific Lodge, Bryce Canyon National Park. Garfield Co., UT, 1940"(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2697: "East Creek Valley, Union Pacific pump house."
  • "Valley of East Fork of the Sevier River near mouth of Podunk Creek. Garfield Co., UT. 1940."
  • "Paunsaugunt fault; Tropic shale (right) against Wasatch formation, (left); near Sinking Ship, Bryce Canyon National Park, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Paunsaugunt fault near Johnson ranch, Weber Creek, Tropic formation on east (right) raised above Wahweap sandstone (left). Kane Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2698: "Erosion of Cretaceous beds in Paria Valley east of Tropic; Wasatch formation on horizon. View looking east near mouth of Henderson Valley. Garfield Co., UT. 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2699: "'White Throne' remnant of Navajo sandstone in branch of Paria River. Kane Co., UT, 1940."
  • "Remnant of Navajo sandstone on floor of Paria Valley, UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2700: "View looking east across north end of No Man's Mesa, composed of Navajo sandstone partly capped by Carmel limestone. Park Wash (foreground) area drained by Kitchen Canyon tributary to Paria River (middle background). Panoramic with no. 887. Kane Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2701-2: "Junction of Deer Range and Bullrush Canyons. Highland of Navajo sandstone (upper left), Park Wash lower left: Panoramic with no. 2700. Kane Co., UT, 1940."
  • "View looking south from Rainbow Point, Paunsaugunt Plateau, showing position of Cretaceous formation (lower half), Upper Jurassic (flatlands, middle distance), and Navajo sandstone of south-facing White Cliffs out by canyons (background). Kane Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Averett Wash at place where it crosses the Carmel, Entrada, and Curtis formation and descends into Navajo sandstone (background). Kane Co., UT. 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2703: "Tomb of Elija Averett, killed by Indians (1866) Aerett Wash. Kane Co., UT, 1940."
  • "Ledge of gypsum (center) in the Curtis formation underlain by Entrada sandstone; Averett Wash. Kane Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Potholes in Navajo sandstone, Tank Canyon, tributary to Deer Range Canyon, Kane Co., UT. 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2704: "Sheep Creek at head of box canyon. Navajo sandstone (foreground) followed by Carmel and Entrada. Kane Co., UT, 1940."
  • "Shell Point, fossiliferous Tropic shale (top) and Winsor formation, east side of Willis Creek. Kane Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2705: "Gypsum bed, Curtis overlying Entrada, Averett Wash."
  • "Deer Springs Wash at its junction with Meadow Wash, site of Findley Ranch. Escarpment (background) marks position of Paunsaugunt fault; Navajo capped by Carmel on upthrow side (east); Carmel and Entrada on downthrow side. Kane Co., 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Entrada and Curtis formation (foreground), Winsor (lower three-fourths of cliff) and Tropic, dark band near top of cliff. 2 miles west of Findley Ranch. Kane Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2706: "Fault, Navajo sandstone (right), Carmel formation (left), head of box canyon in Lick Wash. Kane Co., UT, 1940."
  • "Skutumpah Ranch, alluvium fill 30 feet deep (foreground) overlying Winsor, Curtis, and Entrada formations; Carmel and Navajo of Skutumpah Terrace (background), notch (upper right) deep canyon in Navajo sandstone, the egress for Skutumpah Creek (left middle) and Mill Creek (right middle). Kane Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Face of basalt dike, Black Knoll, Tenney Canyon. Kane Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2707: "Scoriaceous material near vent of volcanic Black Knoll."
  • "Gypsum of Curtis formation (top) overlying Entrada sandstone. Gypsum Wash. Kane Co., UT. 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2708-9: "Bald Knoll Volcanic Cone near head of Johnson Creek. Kane Co., UT. 1940."
  • "Wingate sandstone capped by Kayenta (left center) and Navajo sandstone in White Cliffs (headlands in background), eastern branch of Johnson Canyon. Kane Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Eroded edge of basalt flow from Bald Knoll. White Cliffs, Navajo sandstone (upper right); middle Johnson Canyon. Kane Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2710: "Same as previous photo."
  • "View eastward across Alton amphitheater; floor of Tropic shale, other Cretaceous formations in background. Kane Co., UT. 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Same as previous photo, Wasatch Cliffs of Paunsaugunt Plateau on skyline."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2711: "Car washed into a ravine by flood. Shutumpah-Swallow Park road."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • "Valley of Sevier River about 2 miles north of Hatch: floor on stream alluvium, terraces out from alluvial fans (left center) origination in Sunset Cliffs (background), lava (left center) overlies clays and gravels of Sevier formation(?). Garfield Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Valley of Sevier River near Hatch, showing meanders and terraces. Garfield Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2711: "Wilson Peak, head of Hillsdale Canyon. Wasatch limestone overlying the Kaiparowits formation. Garfield Co., UT, 1940."
  • "Kaiparowits formation unconformably underlying Wasatch limestone west side of Wilson Peak. Garfield Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2712: "View in Hillsdale Gap in Sunset Cliffs looking east; along a fault masses of Wasatch (counter and right) are dropped below corresponding beds (upper left). Garfield Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2713: "Sevier River Valley north of Hatch, UT."
  • 2714: "View eastward from mouth of Castle Wash, upper Sevier River (foreground) and alluvial fans (center), to Cretaceous and Tertiary beds in Sunset Cliffs (background). Kane Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2715: "Meander of Sevier River."
  • "Erosion remnants in upper (white) part of Wasatch formation: limestone and conglomerate. Castle Wash an upper tributary to Sevier River. Kane Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2716: "Same as previous photo."
  • 2717: "Foxtail pine, Bryce Canyon National Park."
  • 2718: "Walls of alluvium along Red Creek. Garfield Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2719: "Same as 2718; shows post Wasatch underlying (right)."
  • 2720: "Alluvial wall of trench dug since 1920(?), post Wasatch marls at base. Red Creek. Garfield Co., UT, 1940."
  • "Same as 2720, showing irregularity of deposition of alluvium."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Same as previous photo."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Proctor Canyon at its mouth in Sunset Cliffs; trench out in alluvium during a single heavy storm in 1921. Garfield Co., UT, 1940.(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2721: "Bedded clays and lime silts. Pleistocene(?) lacustrine deposits overlain by basalt, Castro Canyon. Garfield Co., UT, 1940."
  • "Post Wasatch Sevier(?) formation road out 2 miles south of Hillsdale. Garfield Co., UT. 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Same as previous photo."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2722: "Post Wasatch Sevier(?) formation (foreground and center) capped by lavas of Sevier Plateau (horizon) at head of north fork of Linekiln Wash. Garfield Co., UT, 1940."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • "Same as 2722, 3 miles westward: upper part beneath lavas: clays at base; sandstone and limestone above."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2723: "Same as previous photo (upper part) green sandstone in columns, white, cherty limestone and lava(top)."
  • 2724-27: "Same as previous photo (lower part), erosion features of clays and silts."
  • 2728-9: "Shnabkaib member of the Moenkopi formation upturned in a fold which involves upper red beds (right), Coal Canyon. Iron Co., UT. 1940."
  • "Winsor formation beneath Dakota (upper view), Coal Canyon." Iron Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2730: "Winsor formation, two miles northeast of Horseranch Point, Zion National Monument. Iron Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2731: "View looking down Virgin River from Hornet Point, towers of Zion National Park in distance. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2732: "Carmel formation and Entrada (upper right) near mouth of Deep Creek. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2733: "Straight Cliffs sandstone, head of Oak Creek, Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2734: "Straight Cliffs sandstone, east side of Deep Creek. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2735: "Straight Cliffs sandstone, coquina at upper left, near junction of Deep and Crystal Creeks. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2736: "Upper beds of Tropic formation near head of Deep Creek. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2737: "Lower red beds of the Moenkopi formation near mouth of Taylor Creek, flat land (left center), on downthrow side of Hurricane fault, Kanarraville. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2738: "Erosion features near the head of Taylor Creek, towers and walls of Navajo sandstone overlaid by Carmel limestone and lavas (top right and center). Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2739: "Same as 2738. Walls and towers of Navajo sandstone; Chinle formation on slopes."
  • 2740: Smith Mesa viewed from the northeast, mesa top developed on Springdale member of the Chinle formation; upper Chinle and Navajo (right), La Verkin Canyon (left), Hurricane Cliffs (on skyline)."
  • 2741: "View southeastward across North Creek to Cougar Mountain; the towers in Zion Park (top left) and Smithsonian Butte (top right); canyon outlined by Shinarump conglomerate. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2742: "Spendlove Knoll, volcanic cone on Navajo sandstone, head of Hop Valley. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • "Folds in Moenkopi formation, Taylor Creek. Washington Co., UT, 1940."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2743: "Shnabkaib member (left) and upper red beds of Moenkopi formation, Taylor Creek. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2744: "Virgin limestone member and middle red beds of the Moenkopi formation, Taylor Creek. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2745: "Virgin limestone member (top) and lower red beds of the Moenkopi formation, Taylor Creek. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2746: "Petrified forest member of the Chinle formation, Taylor Creek. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2747: "White sandstone beds between the Springdale and Petrified forest member of the Chinle, Taylor Creek. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2748: "Moenkopi formation showing in succession Shnabkaib, lower red, Virgin limestone (double rich), middle red, Shnabkaib, and upper red member; Shinarump conglomerate (crest and top of cuesta), Chinle including Springdale member (low cliff, upper left): Taylor Creek. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2749: "Ridge of Shinarump conglomerate (center) extending from Taylor Creek to Camp Creek; Moenkopi (cliffs and slopes) at left, Chinle Valley at right. Washington Co., UT, 1940."
  • 2750: "Valley East Fork Sevier River below mouth of Podweek Creek, Garfield Co., UT."
  • 2751: "Castro Bluff head of Castro Canyon southwest edge of Sevier Plateau. Acidic lava underlain by Sevier(?) formation, Garfield Co., UT, 1941."
  • 2752: "Same as 2751, shows eroded top of Sevier Plateau."
  • 2753: "Castro Bluff, detail thin beds (upper) in Sevier(?) formation."
  • 2754: "Castro Bluff, detail thick lava beds in Sevier(?) formation."
  • 2755: "Castro Bluff, detail pumice conglomerate in Sevier formation."
  • 2756: "Castro Bluff, view looking westward from its base. Terrace developed in the Sevier(?) formation at the top of the Wasatch formation."
  • 2757: "General view of eroded Pink Cliffs (Wasatch formation) near Cedar Breaks, Iron Co., UT."
  • 2758: "View looking north from Pace Knoll (lava) near Deadman Gulch, showing tilted strata east of Hurricane Cliffs (extreme left). Virgin member of Moenkopi, Shinarump conglomerate and Chinle sandstones make hogbacks. Horse Ranch knoll, Navajo and Carmel in upper right, Washington Co., UT, 1941."
  • 2759-60: "(Panorama) Ashdown Canyon, 600-1800 feet deep, 20-150 feet wide out in Straight Cliffs sandstone. Iron Co., UT, 1941."
  • 2761: "Straight Cliffs sandstone (Cretaceous) Wall of Ashdown Canyon, Iron Co., UT. 1941."
  • 2762: "Natural bridge near top of wall of Ashdown Canyon, Iron Co., UT, 1941."
  • "Same as 2762. View from below."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2763: "Top of Brian Head (11,280 feet) showing fracture of rhyolite by frost. Iron Co., UT. 1941."
  • 2764: "Top of ridge near head of Lauder Valley showing frost work and vegetation on Markagunt Plateau at altitudes between 10,000 and 11,000 feet. Iron Co., UT, 1941."
  • 2765: "Volcanic Conglomerate at the base of a succession of lavas on the cliff face of Brian Head. Iron Co., UT. 1941."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2766: "Kaiparowits formation, head of Deep Creek, Iron Co., UT. 1941."
  • 2767: "Kaiparowits formation near southwest corner of Cedar Breaks National Monument. Iron Co., UT. 1941."
  • 2768: "Kaiparowits formation on Cedar City, Cedar Breaks road above Wood's Ranch. Iron Co., UT. 1941."
  • 2769: "Glacial till, Castle Creek below Sidney Valley. Top of Markagunt Plateau. Iron Co., UT. 1941."
  • 2770-1: "Sidney Valley. Ponds and mounds produced by glaciation. Iron Co."
  • 2772: "Talus of blocks from basalt sheet. Square Mountain. Iron Co., UT. 1941."
  • 2773: "Mouth of Camp Creek. Resistant limestones of lowest Triassic make walls. Iron Co., UT. 1941."
  • 2774: "Contact of Triassic and Permian (beds in wall wrinkled at base). Cherty limestone lower left. Camp Creek. Iron Co., UT. 1941."
  • 2775: "Conglomerates, base of Timpoweep member of the Moenkopi Tarper Creek. Washington Co., UT. 1941."
  • 2776: "Surface of Kolob Terrace looking southeast near Pryor Knoll, Iron Co., UT. 1941."
  • 2777: "Same as 2776. Looking northeast to edge of Markagunt Plateau."
  • 2778: "Same as 2776. Looking north across Coal Creek Canyon. Sugar Loaf on middle skyline."
  • 2779: "Kaiparowits formation Cretaceous. Conglomerate (pinnacles) in contact with bedded arkosie sandstone. Parowan Canyon. Iron Co."
  • "Same as 2779. Not unconformity."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2780-2: "Same as 2779. Detail contact of conglomerate (foreground) and rough bedded, carbonaceous sandstone above."
  • 2783: "Kaiparowits formation unconformable below Wasatch limestone south, foot of Parowan Canyon, Iron Co., UT. 1941."
  • 2784-5: "Undifferentiated Cretaceous formation near mouth of Parowan Canyon. Iron Co., UT."
  • 2786-7: "Fault, Wasatch limestone (extreme right) in horizontal contact with undifferentiated Cretaceous. Parowan Canyon. Iron Co., UT."
  • 2788: "Summit Ridge. View looking south across Braffitt Canyon. Iron Co., UT."
  • 2789: "Summit Ridge. Undissected highland 9000 feet near head of Summit Canyon, Iron Co."
  • 2790-1: "Summit Ridge. Pond supplied chiefly by melting snow. Iron Co."
  • 2792: "Sugar loaf on outlier of Markagunt Plateau on divide between Parowan and Coal Creek drainage areas. Iron Co."
  • 2793: "Surface of Kolob Terrace near Pryor Knoll, Iron Co."
  • 2794: "Westward tilting Moenkopi strata; Timpoweap, lower red, Virgin and Shnabkaib members. Mouth of Kanarra Canyon. Iron Co, UT."
  • 2795: "Hurricane Cliffs looking north across mouth of Wayne Creek. Iron Co."
  • 2796-7: "Sidney Valley near head of Castle Creek. Ponds and kame-like accumulation resulting from glaciation. Iron Co, UT."
  • 2798: "Surface of Kolob Terrace near head of Crystal Creek. Developed on Tropic shale."
  • 2799-00: "Panorama. Surface of Kolob Terrace near the head of Kolob Creek. Iron Co., UT."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2801: "View looking north from near head of South Creek across Coal Canyon, Iron Co., UT."
  • 2802: "Log Hollow fault (Cretaceous), Kaiparowits formation, on upthrown side (middle and right) in contact with Tertiary (left). Estimated displacement 700 feet. Bowery Canyon, Iron Co., UT. 1942."
  • 2803-4: "Recent trenching of valley fill of stratified sands and clay, upper part of Spring Creek Canyon, Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2805: "Surface of the Piute Highlands looking north from Mithcell Ridge, Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2806: "Pond confined by a glacial moraine. Dry Lakes road, Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2807-9: "Kaiparowits formation (Cretaceous) overlain by the Wasatch Tertiary. Bowery Canyon, Iron Co., 1942."
  • 2810: "Conglomerate and underlying arkosic sandstone, Kaiparowits formation, Bowery Canyon, Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2811: "Braffit Point. Mass of conglomerate in the Kaiparowits formation, branch of Parowan Canyon, Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2812-3: "Carmel formation. Coal Canyon, Iron Co., UT. 1942."
  • 2814-5: "Tilted Cretaceous strata that terminate westward left at the Hurricane fault. Canyon southeast of Summit, Iron Co., UT. 1942."
  • "Black Ledge. Cliff of rhyolite that for about 20 miles forms the rim of the Markagunt Plateau. The escarpment is the upthrown side of a fault concealed by the talus. Hoosier Lake, Iron Co., UT, 1942."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2816: "Same as previous photo."
  • 2817: "Moenkopi formation (Shnabkaib and upper red members), Shinarump conglomerate, and Chinle formation, all tilted steeply eastward (right). Gulch near the mouth of Coal Canyon, Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2818: "Shnabkaib member of the Moenkopi formation, chiefly gypsiferous beds, tilted in the Kanarra fold. Branch of Shurtz Creek, Iron Co., UT. 1942."
  • 2819: "Virgin limestone (left) and Shnabkaib member of the Moenkopi in vertical position. Kanarra Canyon, Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2820: "Hancock Peak. Volcanic cone, Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2821: "Termination of a basalt flow from Hancock Peak, overriding Wasatch limestone, left. Branch of Mammoth Creek, Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2822: "Basalt flow from Horsetail Mountain near its termination (eastward; right), Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2823: "Face of Hurricane Cliffs between Kanarra and Murie Creeks. Westward dipping lower Moenkopi strata. Edge of South Hills (left center), Square Mountain (left distance). Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • "High level gravels (early Pleistocene?). Caps canyon wall at mouth of Coal Creek Canyon. Iron Co., UT, 1942."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Moenkopi strata upturned in Kanarra fold. Virgin limestone (left) and Shnabkaib member (middle). Iron Co., UT, 1942.(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)"
  • 2824: "Sevier fault, mouth of Red Canyon. Wasatch right), basalt (left and top). Garfield Co., UT. 1942."
  • 2825: "Brian Head formation capped by lava. Branch of Limekiln Canyon. Garfield Co., UT. 1942."
  • 2826: "Surface of Kolob Terrace developed on Cretaceous strata. Three Knolls (basalt) on skyline. Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2827: "View looking northeast across Kolob Terrace. Basalt (foreground), Cretaceous trenched by Crystal Creek (middle), Pink Cliffs-Wasatch (skyline), lower east slope of Black Mountain (extreme left), 'The Gap,' twin peaks (right skyline), stands just south of Navajo Lake. Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2828: "Arrangement of formations at Squaw Canyon along the line of the Kanarra fold. Triassic; Navajo upper Jurassic (Carmel, Entrada, Curtis, Winsor); Cretaceous. Steep dips of lower formations progressively flatten eastward (right). Iron Co., UT, 1942. (Photograph by H.E. Thomas.)"
  • 2829: "Shurtz Creek alcove. Pyramids of upturned Navajo sandstone (center; Triassic below; upper Jurassic Cretaceous and basalt above. Strata involved in the Kanarra fold. Iron Co., UT. (Photograph presented by H.E. Thomas.)"
  • 2830: "Black Mountain culminating in Richardson Peak (altitude 9900 feet), viewed from southwest. Eroded crater and extensive basaltic flows overlying Cretaceous and Tertiary sediments. View looking north east edge of Kolob Terrace. Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2831: "Pryor Knoll, eroded basaltic cone and lava flows over Cretaceous rocks. View looking northwest. Western edge of Kolob Terrace. Just back of the yellow pines are the cliffs at the head of the westward flowing Shurtz Creek. Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2832 "View looking northeast across Kolob Terrace developed on Cretaceous strata. Pink Cliffs Tertiary (skyline), Black Mountain Volcano (upper left). Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2833-4: "Piute Highlands. View looking northeast across Parowan and Benson Canyons from base of Applegate Ridge. Rim of Markagunt Plateau (middle skyline); Knob and ridges of Wasatch (middle distance); rhyolite foreground. Iron Co UT, 1942."
  • 2835: "Piute Highlands. View looking south from Applegate Ridge across upper Summit Creek. Wasatch in Sugar Loaf Peak (upper left); rhyolite on Summit ridge, middle skyline; Cretaceous (foreground). Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2836: "Piute Highlands. View looking north from near the base of Eagle Peak across branches of Summit Creek. Parowan Creek to snow capped Tushar Mountains (skyline); rhyolite and Cretaceous in the foreground; Cretaceous, Tertiary, and lavas beyond. Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2837: "Piute Highlands. Glacial lake and moraine, Moseman (Dry Lakes) Valley. Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2838: "Lake like no 2837, about a half mile down valley."
  • 2839: "Conglomerate within the Wasatch formation (top and bottom). Bowery Canyon. Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2840: "Fault contact of Carmel (right) and Curtis (left). Coal Canyon above the mouth of Rocky Hollow. Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • "Cretaceous strata, undifferentiated, near mouth of Parowan Canyon. Iron Co., UT, 1942."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2841: "Hurricane Cliffs, formed by westward dipping Moenkopi strata involved in the Kanarra fold. Hurricane fault passes along the base and through the valley of Murie Creek (left); thick alluvium on the downthrown block (foreground). Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2842: "Same as 2841, between Murie and Kanarra Creeks. Jurassic and younger strata (background)."
  • 2843: "View south from the base of Horseranch Mountain, across the three deep canyon branches of Taylor Creek. Timber Top Mesa (middle skyline); Navajo sandstone (in walls); Carmel (general surface); Entrada (left center); Smith Mesa, Triassic rocks (upper right); towers of Zion National Park (upper left). Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2844: "Fault near the mouth of Maple Canyon looking north, upthrown block at left. Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2845: "Moenkopi beds upturned in the Kanarra fold and broken by a fault. Lawrence Canyon, Iron Co., UT, 1942."
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  • 2846: "Moenkopi formation, Shnabkaib and upper red members. Chinle (upper right), knob of Shinarump offset by faulting (center skyline). Near mouth of Coal Canyon. Iron Co., UT, 1942."
  • "Parunuweap formation, thin bedded phase; overlies upturned Moenkopi, Lawrence Canyon, Iron Co., UT, 1942."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2847: "Same as previous photo. View near mouth of Lawrence Canyon."
  • 2848-9: "Parunuweap formation, covered by basalt flow. La Verkin Canyon, Washington Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2850: "Parunuweap formation, overlying eroded Moenkopi strata. Federal highway 15, Virgin River Valley, near Grafton. Washington Co., UT, 1942."
  • "Conglomerate near the base of the Kaiparowits formation, Parowan Canyon. Iron Co., UT, 1942."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2851: "Erosion surface developed on Brian Head formation; downthrow side of Sevier fault. Rim of Sevier Plateau on skyline. Limekiln Gulch, Garfield Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2852: "Parunuweap formation overlying Moenkopi; on divide between two tributaries to Virgin River near Grafton. Washington Co., UT, 1942."
  • "Undifferentiated Cretaceous. Parowan Canyon below the mouth of Bowery Canyon. Iron Co., UT, 1942."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2853: "Part of Kolob volcanic field looking southeast across canyons of Virgin River to Moccasin Terrace (skyline). Lava (foreground) has buried rough topography developed on Chinle and Navajo. Above it rises island like Pine Valley Peak of Navajo sandstone (upper right). Towers of Zion (upper left). Washington Co., UT, 1942."
  • 2854: "Parunuweap formation, Pliocene?, overlying Moenkopi beds (concealed by talus) and capped by basalt. Lower La Verkin Canyon, Washington Co., UT, 1943."
  • 2854a: "Cretaceous shales (tropic formation). Antimony Canyon, Garfield Co., UT. 1943." [Photograph not in book; see Box 9 Fd 11.]
  • "Parunuweap formation (Pliocene?), weakly consolidated sands and silts. Branch of Coal Creek, Iron Co., UT, 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Conglomerate at the base of the Timpoweap member of the Moenkopi formation. Mouth of Taylor Canyon, Washington Co., UT, 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Western edge of Zion National Monument looking east across the Hurricane Cliffs, from a point on the New Harmony road, showing Permian (Kiabab), Triassic (Moenkopi, Shinarump, Chinle), and Jurassic (Navajo, Carmel, Entrada) strata. Lava capped Horseranch Mountain (upper left), buttresses at head of Taylor Creek, (upper center), Timbertop Mesa, (upper right). Washington Co., UT, 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Head of middle fork of Taylor Creek. Canyon walls of Navajo sandstone 1600 feet high. Washington Co., UT, 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Cretaceous shales (Tropic formation). Antimony Canyon, Garfield Co., UT, 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2855: "View looking northeast across Antimony Canyon. Cretaceous strata (foreground and middle distance) below igneous conglomerate and acidic lavas that form the surface of Aquarius Plateau. Garfield Co., UT, 1943."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2856: "Entrada sandstone, regular bedded shaly phase overlain by undifferentiated Curtis and Winsor formations. Antimony Canyon, Garfield Co., UT, 1943."
  • 2857-8: "Erosion features in Entrada sandstone. Antimony Canyon, Garfield Co., UT, 1943."
  • 2859: "Brian Head formation capped by lava (rhyolite?): Cliff on upthrown side of Paunsaugunt fault. East fork of Sevier River near the mouth of Deer Creek. Garfield Co., UT. 1943."
  • 2860: "Brian Head formation, upper part; above it, acidic lavas. Black Canyon, East Fork of Sevier River, Garfield Co., UT, 1943."
  • [missing] "Detail of Brian Head formation shown in 2860."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2861: "Glaciated surface showing (roche mountain): glade in spruce forest at top of Aquarius Plateau at altitude of 10,800 feet. Near the head of Antimony Creek, Garfield Co., UT, 1943."
  • 2862: "Burro Gap on East Fork of Sevier River above mouth of Deer Creek. Locus of Paunsaugunt fault; upthrow on east (right. Garfield Co., UT. 1943."
  • 2863: "View looking north across Casto Canyon toward the face of the Sevier Plateau. Slope of Brian Head formation beneath gravels (foreground) and in steep white slope ( middle distance) is capped by igneous conglomerates and lavas. Garfield Co., UT. 1943."
  • "General view of the Brian Head formation on the rim of the Sevier Plateau at Bluff. Garfield Co., UT, 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Ridge near the junction of the Paunsaugunt and the Sevier Plateaus. Brian Head formation (foreground) overlying wasatch limestone concealed by gravel in adjacent lowlands. Garfield Co., UT, 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2864: "Detailed view of pumice conglomerate in the Brian Head formation, Casto Bluff, Garfield Co., UT, 1943."
  • 2865: "Surface of Markagunt Plateau looking west from the head of Deedy Hollow. Coated with gravel from decomposed igneous conglomerates and rhyolite. Garfield Co., UT. 1943."
  • 2866: "Upper Brian Head formation near the mouth of Deedy Hollow. Garfield Co., UT. 1943."
  • "Lower Brian Head formation ("white Wasatch") near mouth of Castle Creek. Garfield Co., UT."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2867: "Little valleys near head of Pole Creek. Lower Brian Head formation capped by decomposed igneous conglomerate. Garfield Co., UT. 1943."
  • 2868: "Brian Head formation in the walls of Panguitch Canyon near power house. Garfield Co., UT. 1943."
  • 2869: "Surface of recent basalt flow north of Duck Creek sinks. Garfield Co., UT. 1943."
  • "Rock Creek Canyon. Lower part of wall Brian Head formation; upper part ancient basalt. Garfield Co., UT. 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2870: "South sink of Duck Creek. Entire stream enters hole in Wasatch limestone. Garfield Co., UT. 1943."
  • 2871: "End of recent basalt flow at the race track, Panguitch Lake. Garfield Co., UT, 1943."
  • 2872: "Chile formation, Petrified Forest member, and upper Chinle beds ( upper left). Branch of Road Canyon. Kane Co., UT. 1943."
  • 2873: "Chinle formation, Petrified Forest member. Head of Fossil Wood Creek. Kane Co., UT. 1943."
  • 2873a: "Chinle formation, Petrified Forest member. Head of Fossil Wood Creek. Kane Co., UT. 1943." [Photograph not in book; see Box 9 Fd 11.]
  • "Same as 2873."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2874: "Chinle formation 2 miles northwest abandoned village of Paria. Kane Co., UT. 1943."
  • 2875: "Chinle formation, upper red beds near mouth of Box Elder Canyon. Kane Co., UT. 1943."
  • 2876: "Chinle formation, upper red beds capped by remnants of Wingate sandstone. Five Pines Wash. Kane Co., UT. 1943."
  • 2877: "Wingate sandstone, includes bed of limestone. Wall of Flood Canyon. Kane Co., UT. 1943."
  • 2877a: "Wingate sandstone, includes bed of limestone. Wall of Flood Canyon. Johnson Lakes. Kane Co., UT. 1943." [Photograph not in book; see Box 9 Fd 11.]
  • 2877b: "Contact of Kayenta formation (foreground) and Navajo sandstone Park Wash above the mouth of Five Pines Wash. Kane Co., UT. 1943. [Photograph not in book; see Box 9 Fd 11.]
  • 2877c: "Navajo sandstone north end of No Man's Mesa. Kane Co., UT. 1943." [Photograph not in book; see Box 9 Fd 11.]
  • 2877d: "Moenkopi formation: Shnabkaib member (lower part), upper red sandstone (upper middle), Shinarump conglomerate (top). East side of Seamans Wash, Kane Co., UT. 1943. [Photograph not in book; see Box 9 Fd 11.]
  • 2877e: "Unconformity between Moenkopi formation (lower part) and Shinarump conglomerate. Upper Chinle beds, middle top. Near mouth of Road Canyon. Kane Co., UT. 1943." [Photograph not in book; see Box 9 Fd 11.]
  • "Same as 2877. Johnson Lakes. Kane Co., UT. 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Contact of Kayenta formation (foreground) and Navajo sandstone. Park Wash above the mouth of Five Pines Wash. Kane Co., UT. 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Same as previous photo. Five Pines Wash."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Navajo sandstone north end of No Man Mesa. Kane Co., UT. 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Moenkopi formation: Shnabkaib member (lower part), upper red sandstone (upper middle); Shinarump conglomerate (top). East side of Seamans Wash, Kane Co., UT. 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Unconformity between Moenkopi formation (lower part) and Shinarump conglomerate. Upper Chinle beds, middle top. Near mouth of Road Canyon. Kane Co., UT, 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2878: "Alluvium Valley fill trenched by stream since 1900. Lower Flood Canyon. Kane Co., UT. 1943."
  • "White cone ('Tabtimp'), outlier of Navajo sandstone at head of Starlight Canyon. Wall of Paria Canyon (lower right). Kane Co., UT. 1943."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • "Vermillion Cliffs. Chinle formation. Petrified Forest member (foreground and basalt slopes) and upper sandstone. Flag Point, Kane Co., UT. 1944."
  • 2879: "Same as previous photo. Head of Seep Wash."
  • 2880: "West wall of Seaman Wash."
  • 2881: "Vermillion Cliffs. Chinle formation. Petrified Forest member eroded into bedlands; upper sandstone capped by outliers of Wingate. Lower Road Creek. Kane Co., UT, 1944."
  • "Crescent Butte. Chinle formation. Outlier of Vermillion Cliffs near Johnson Creek. Kane Co., UT 1944."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2882: "Looking southward across House Rock Valley from West Clark Bench. West dipping Navajo sandstone trenched by Kaibab Creek (middle distance) is a part of the East Kaibab monocline; east dipping limestones (skyline) are the cap rocks of the Kaibab upwarp. Kane Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2883: "Looking south, up dip, across West Clark Bench, Upper Jurassic and Dakota (butte), to the Paria Terrace, Navajo sandstone. Paria River, which passes through 'The Gap' is joined by Kaibab Creek. Kane Co., UT. 1944."
  • 2884: "Looking east across Paria River Canyon where it separates West and East Clark Benches. Upper Jurassic (foreground) and Navajo (background) dip northeast. Navajo Mountain and Kaiparowits Plateau are on opposite sides of Glen Canyon. Kane Co., UT. 1944."
  • 2885: "Looking south (up dip) down the Paria River, which has widened its floor and dissected its borders in Upper Jurassic rocks (foreground) and cut a deep narrow canyon in the Navajo sandstone (background). Site of the abandoned Adairville. Kane Co. UT, 1944."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2886: "Flat lying Upper Jurassic (foreground) and Cretaceous strata bed abruptly upward against the Navajo on the flank of the East Kaibab monocline (left sky line). Table Cliffs (right sky line) is about 50 miles north. Paria Valley near Adairville. Kane Co., UT. 1944."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2887: "Eroded flank of the East Kaibab monocline at the junction of Paria River and Cottonwood Creek (left center). The sequence is Navajo (left), upper Jurassic (largely eroded), Dakota, Tropic, and Straight Cliffs. Kane Co., UT, 1944."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2888: "Looking south along Paria River from the mouth of Shurtz Gorge. Navajo sandstone in East Kaibab monocline is overlaid with decreasing dips by Upper Jurassic (banked against the Navajo), Dakota, and Tropic (foreground and left sky line). Erosion surface (middle distance) bevels upturned rocks. Kane Co., UT, 1944."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2889-93: "Panorama. Flank of East Kaibab monocline, bordering alluvial floor of Paria Valley. Navajo sandstone (middle sky line), Upper Jurassic strata, and basal Cretaceous (left). Dips of 40 degrees decrease to 3 degrees within 1,000 feet. Kane Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2894: "Pinnacles of Navajo sandstone in House Rock Valley along the course of Kaibab Creek. Eroded part of East Kaibab monocline. Kane Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2895: "Gap cut in Navajo sandstone by Kaibab Creek where it leaves its structural valley to cross East Kaibab monocline. Northward through the gap House Rock Valley and Kaibab Plateau are visible. Kane Co., UT,k 1944."
  • 2896: "Joints and small faults in Navajo sandstone along the crest (Coxcomb) of East Kaibab monocline. Kane Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2897: "Paria river below White Rock Spring. Wall of Navajo sandstone capped by Carmel formation. Kane Co., UT, 1944."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2898: "Same as 2897. Upper Jurassic rocks on right sky line. Kane Co., UT, 1944."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 2899: "Panorama. [The first and third photos of the three are missing.] Kaibab limestone (lower wall,left, breccia (marks unconformable contact), and basal Moenkopi limestone and shales. Mouth of Kaibab Gulch. Kane Co., UT, 1944."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2900: "Permian limestones (Kaibab) overlain by the Triassic Moenkopi. Head of Kaibab Gulch, along Kanab-Paria road. Kane Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2901: "Timpoweap member of the Moenkopi formation. Kaibab at base, upstream. East rim of the Kaibab Plateau near the UT-AZ line. Coconino Co., AZ, 1944."
  • 2902: "View looking east from Kaibab Plateau across House Rock Valley (invisible) to the Coxcomb Navajo sandstone in the East Kaibab monocline. Timpoweap member of the Moenkopi forms walls of local gulch. Kane Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2903: "Shinarump Conglomerate at Pioneer Gap. Kane Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2903a: "Mesa capped by Dakota sandstone eroded from upper Jurassic Winsor (?) formation. Head of Ash Creek. Kane Co., UT. 1944." [Photograph not in book; see Box 9 Fd 11.]
  • 2903b: "Pioneer Gap." [Photograph not in book; see Box 9 Fd 11.]
  • "Mesa capped by Dakota sandstone eroded from Upper Jurassic Winsor(?) formation. Head of Ash Creek. Kane Co., UT, 1944."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Looking northeast from Pioneer Gap toward Vermillion Cliffs. Cuesta of Moenkopi capped by Shinarump Conglomerate. Kane Co., UT, 1944."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Looking southeast from Pioneer Gap across Kimball Valley (east branch of Johnson Creek) to the Kaibab Plateau (skyline). Shinarump Conglomerate (foreground), upper and middle moenkopi large concealed by alluvium, lower Moenkopi and Kaibab. Kane Co., UT, 1944."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2904-5: "West entrance to Hole-in-the-Rock, an eroded fault crack in Navajo sandstone on the west rim of Glen Canyon. A feature of the abandoned Escalante-Bluff Road. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2906: "Looking east across Glen Canyon from east entrance to Hole-in-the-Rock. Navajo sandstone (foreground and skyline), below it Kayenta and Wingate. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2907: "Head of Break Neck Trail down the south wall of Escalante Canyon (middle distance). Navajo sandstone. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2908: "Escalante Canyon 2 miles below Big Bend. Walls of Navajo sandstone 800 feet high. Garfield, UT, 1944."
  • 2909: "Escalante Canyon down stream from Big Bend. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2910: "Escalante Canyon, cliff cave 3 miles above Cave Camp. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2911: "Escalante Canyon. Pueblo ruins in cliff cave. Navajo sandstone. Scale shown by horse. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2912: "Willow Creek branch of Escalante Canyon. Entrance to 'the Narrows,' 400 feet long and 5-6 feet wide; perched log marks high water stage. Garfield Co. , UT, 1944."
  • 2913: "Willow Creek branch of Escalante Canyon. In sinking its channel the creek has been guided by joints in Navajo sandstone. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2914: "Escalante Canyon. Sheer wall of Navajo sandstone 840 feet high. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2915: "Escalante Canyon walls of Navajo sandstone at Big Bend camp. Moonlight view. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."(Duplicate(s) may be found in the box 10. These duplicates are to remain with the collection.)
  • 2916: "Escalante River at Big Bend, flowing west. After surrounding the tower of Navajo sandstone (center), the river comes within 300 feet of its east flowing section at the base of the wall (upper left). Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2917: "Escalante River at Big Bend, flowing east. At times of high water the stream flows across Kayenta formation at the meander neck (lower right). Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2918: "Surface of Navajo sandstone trenched by Escalante Canyon (right middle). Aquarius Plateau on skyline. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2919: "Surface of Navajo sandstone between Escalante Canyon and Kaiparowits Plateau. Butte of Upper Jurassic rocks. Near head of Davis Creek. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2920: "Gothic Arch. Width 174 feet, estimated height 190 feet. End of a buttress of Navajo sandstone resting on Kayenta. Soda Creek branch of Escalante River. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2921: "Natural bridge of Navajo sandstone. Span 85 feet, height to girder 76 feet. Willow Creek. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2922: "Same as 2921. View from below. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2923: "Looking west across Panguitch. Sevier River formation (foreground), alluvium (middle distance), basalt (left center), and pyroclastic slopes leading to Little Creek Peak (background), on the east wall of Bear Valley. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2924: "Looking northwest across Horse Lake Valley. Basalt (foreground), Pyroclastics (background). Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2925: "Treeless slope developed on pyroclastic and igneous rocks typical of areas west of Panguitch Creek. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2926: "South Fork of Sevier River below mouth of Asay Creek. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2927: "Lower Castle Creek Valley; broad floor of low gradient developed in Brian Head formation. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2928: "Blue Springs meadow at Leigh ranch. Stream from big springs (lower left) meanders across an ancient lake bed and escapes through a water gap (center distance). Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2929: "Panorama--4 photographs. Blue Springs meadows. A former valley leading to Mammoth Creek blocked by basalts from Miller Knoll (right skyline) became a lake that eventually cut an outlet northward through the Brian Head formation (upper left). Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2930: "Sheep Flat. Broad treeless highland crossed by shallow stream runways between Coalpits Wash and Pinion Ridge. A little modified part of the eastward dipping (right) surface of Markagunt Plateau. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2931: "Wasatch limestones, overlying Cretaceous; southern limit of Pink Cliffs. Dairy Canyon. Kane Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2932-3: "Brian Head formation, consolidated (white wall) and disintegrated (upper slopes), and pink Wasatch limestones (lowest slopes). Seamans Canyon west of Gravel Pass. Kane Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2934: "Brian Head formation underlain by pink Wasatch limestone on Highway 89, 2 miles north of Castle Creek. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2935: "Brian Head formation, branch of Asay Creek; lies beneath basalt flows. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2936: "Typical outcrop of conglomerate near base of Brian Head formation, Castle Creek. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2937: "Brian Head formation at the 'Castles,' Castle Creek. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2938: "Same as 2937. Details of erosion."
  • 2939: "Igneous breccia in Brian Head formation(?), upper Panguitch Creek. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2940: "Sevier River formation overlaid by basalt near mouth of Corral Creek on Highway 89. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2940a: "Sevier River formation overlaid by basalt near mouth of Corral Creek on Highway 89, 2 miles east of Panguitch. Garfield Co., UT. 1944. [Photograph not in book; see Box 9 Fd 11.]
  • 2940b: "Bowers Knoll; Volcano viewed from northwest. Garfield Co., UT. 1944. [Photograph not in book; see Box 9 Fd 11.]
  • "Same as 2940. Highway 89, 2 miles east of Panguitch."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Bowers Knoll; volcano viewed from northwest. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • "Basalt, head of Rock Creek. Old lava (foreground) and end of newer flow (center). Garfield Co., UT, 1944."(A photograph is missing from the book. The caption is copied to preserve the caption and continuity of the book.)
  • 2941: "Same as previous photo. Closer view."
  • 2942-3: "End of basalt flow in Black Rock Valley. White rocks (foreground) and left sky line (Haycock Mountain) of Brian Head formation. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
  • 2944: "Wagon Wheel Gap, Rock Creek Canyon. Walls of basalt, 120 feet high. Garfield Co., UT, 1944."
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  • 2945: "Guano Island. Peruvian coast."
  • 2946: "Loading the passengers by means of bucket. Coast of Peru."
  • 2947: "Payta. Panorama continued to left, showing at the extreme left the station of the Piura railroad."
  • 2948: "Pacasmayo. Rush Balsas characteristic of this port and used by sea-going fisherman. Also characteristic house made of split bamboo. Reading from left to right Messrs. G.F. Eaton, Robert Stephenson, And H. Stuart Hotchkiss."
  • 2949: "Salaverry. Harbor and pier."
  • 2950: "Pacasmayo. The cliffs and surf with distant view of port and pier from top of cliffs to the northwest."
  • 2951: "Loading cattle. Seacoast. Callao."
  • 2952: "Payta. The beach. A typical dugout canoe, and characteristic houses of the better class. Looking east."
  • 2953: "Mollendo. Crest of incoming wave."
  • 2954: "Crucero Alto, Railroad pass.
  • 2955: "Mollendo. Surf and rocky coast line."
  • 2956: "La Raya. Abandoned moraine."
  • 2957: "Cuzco. Weathering in igneous mass underlying Sacsahuaman, Cuzco."
  • 2958: "Cuzco. 'Rodadero,' looking NW across flutings."
  • 2959: "Cuzco. 'Rodadero' showing sharp break, in continuity of fluting."
  • 2960: "Cuzco. 'Rodadero' showing change in direction of fluting."
  • 2961-4: "Rodadero"
  • 2965: "Fort Sacsuahman."
  • 2966: "San Geronimo. Upturned sandstone on mountain east of S.G. Looking west."
  • 2967: "Kettle hole north of Juancotis, Elev. 14,000 feet."
  • 2968-9: "Urubamba Valley, Cliff and gorge on Urubamba. Huatenay Divide, looking SW, 4 miles N. of Angostura. Elev 14,000"
  • 2970: "Cuzco Valley. Galciated valley near head of Junajaneha stream. Elev 13,500-13,800 ft."
  • 2971: "Cuzco Valley. End of abandoned moraine. Largest glacier of Cuzco Valley, Elev. 13,500-13,700 ft. Upper right hand branch of Junajaneha."
  • 2972: "Cuzco Valley. Faulting in Pink Sandstone. Upper Junajaneha."
  • 2973: "Cuzco Valley. San Geronimo Facade of church (Juancatio basalt)."
  • 2974: "Cuzco Valley. Deposits limestone, clay, and Cast. shale. Near mouth of Huancaro."
  • 2975: "Cuzco. Near the railway station. A bluff washed by the Huantanay River. Shows Lieutenant Sotomayor pointing to a stratum containing fossil shells."
  • 2976: "Cuzco. Similar place farther up the Anta road. Dr. Eaton pointing to the spot where a rib was found interstratified with the gravel."
  • 2977: "Cuzco Valley. Same as 2976. Nearer view, 200 ft. upstream."
  • 2978: "Cuzco Valley. Cirque & Moraine facing Carao Valley. Elev. 13,500-14,000 ft."
  • 2979: "Cuzco Valley. Divided spurs. Carao Valley."
  • 2980: "Cuzco Valley. Abandoned moraine. Looking down Junapincha. Elev. 15,000 ft."
  • 2981: "Cuzco Valley. Erosion feature. Pink sandstone. 3 miles north of Angostura."
  • 2982: "Cuzco Valley. Typical outcrop of lower Cretaceous limestone, 1 mile NE of Cuzco."
  • 2983: "Cuzco Valley. Huancaro, S. bank just below mouth of Huatanay. Material of lowers terrace."
  • 2984: "Cuzco Valley. Looking south across Huancaro, below mouth of Huatanay."
  • 2985-6: "Cuzco Valley. Detail alluvium. N. of San Sebastian."
  • 2987-8: "Cuzco Valley. Fold (syncline) on the Choquo, SE tributary of Huancaro. Looking east."
  • 2989: "Cuzco Valley. North limb of syncline on Choquo."
  • 2990: "Even topped upland in relation to geological structure south-southwest of Cuzco."
  • 2991: "From ridge 2 miles S of Cropesa looking SE."
  • 2992: "San Geronimo from foot of Mt. Picol."
  • 2993: "Cuzco Valley. Vertical conglomerate beds (part of syncline shown in 2987). Extreme heads of Ongapata."
  • 2994: "Cuzco Valley, Terrace. Ongapata. Looking upstream from 1/2 mile above mouth. Camera pointing south."
  • 2995: "Cuzco Valley. North limb, vertical, of syncline west of Ongapata (same as syncline shown in 2996-2997) but three miles further south."
  • 2996: "Cuzco Valley. Choquo branch. Looking S or SE across Huancaro from west side."
  • 2997: "Cuzco Valley. Same as 2996."
  • 2998: "Cuzco Valley, Lava columns NE bank of Vilcanata at Sierra Bella."
  • 2999: "Cuzco Valley. Vilcanata Canyon, looking down stream NW from Sierra Bella."
  • 3000: "Juliaca to Cuzco R.R. Looking S from water tank above Santa Rosa."
  • 3001: "Cuzco Valley. Mouth of Huatanay, looking upstream from East side Vilcanata. Note terrace and gorge."
  • 3002: "Cuzco Valley. Terrace in lake beds, south bank of Huatanay. One-half mile below junction with Huancaro."
  • 3003: "Basalt? Cliff below Rumicola Quarry."
  • 3004: "Cuzco Valley. Ongapata. Looking upstream. Note terraces."
  • 3005: "Cuzco Valley. North bank of the Hautanay, showing buried wall South of San Sebastian."
  • 3006: "Cuzco Valley. North bank of the Huatanay, south of San Sebastian."
  • 3007: "Cuzco, looking S from heights above Ttica-ttica."
  • 3008: "Cuzco Valley. Junction of Vilcanata and Huatanay, looking down Huatanay. Note high rock cut terrace."
  • 3009: "Ollantaytambo. Continuation of panorama to right."
  • 3010: "Cuzco. Rodadero Hill and Sacsahuaman hill and part of city."
  • 3011: "Cuzco Valley. Detail."
  • 3011a: "Cuzco basin. North flat, looking up Valley from 'Island' high point over 1 mile SE of San Sebastian."
  • 3012: "Cuzco Basin. Looking down the Valley from 'Island' toward the narrows."
  • 3013: "Cuzco Valley. San Geronimo fan from point on east side of valley at elev 11,000 feet."
  • 3014: "Cuzco Valley. North-flowing, subsequent tributary to Huatanay, entering south side of valley at West (upper) end of Narrows."
  • 3015: "Cuzco Valley. Upper part of Angostura Narrows looking upstream."
  • 3016: "Cuzco Valley. Upper part of Angostura Narrows from a point on north side of Narrows, elev. 11,000 ft. (Looking down valley)"
  • 3017: "Cuzco Valley. Narrows, looking upstream from 1,000 feet below Angostura."
  • 3018: "Cuzco Valley. Looking down Huatanay, from above Anta Branch, 1 mile NW of Cuzco."
  • 3019: "Cuzco Valley. Abandoned moraine and cirque on Seneca, facing Chincheros road."
  • 3020: "Ayusbamba. General view of lake beds looking SE."
  • 3021: "Cuzco Valley. Fold on Paruro-Cuzco road, just beyond Huancaro divide."
  • 3022: "Ayusbamba. Looking down Apurimac Caffon from Calvo's house."
  • 3023: "Ayusbamba. Looking north from Calvo's house across limestone mass."
  • 3024: "Yaurisque, view from the Paruro-Cuzco Road."
  • 3025: "Paruro Road, Pack train."
  • 3026: "La Paz. Details of the Bad Lands."
  • 3027: "View across flat in which La Paz Valley is sunk. Taken from Alto Station, looking NE."
  • 3028: "Titicaca Island. Hijadero Valley."
  • 3029: "Lake Titicaca. The dark point of land on the left cuts off the view into the Desaguadero River, the outlet of Lake Titicaca. The river rounds the dark point and turns to the left."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 3030: "Titicaca. Fault. Hijadero Bay."
  • 3031: "Lake Titicaca. Reed belt, alluvial fringe and tilted strata, border of Lake Titicaca near Guaqui."
  • 3031a: "Lake Titicaca. Steamer at Guaqui."
  • 3032: "Boat, Lake Titicaca."
  • 3033: "Lake Titicaca. Looking toward Quaqui from the mole built into the lake."
  • 3034: "Desagudero River. Uros Indian floating Totora reeds to Ancoaqui."
  • 3035: "Titicaca Island. 'Sacrificial Table.' (Near Chala). Showing Prof. Gregory."
  • 3036: "Cuzco Valley. Rumi Colca. Dr. Aguilar reflecting on the character of the stone work."
  • 3037: "Cuzco. Inca rubble wall 100 feet farther east on the same street as St. Dominicks N.Wall. 8 ft."
  • 3038: "Cuzco. Ayahuaycco quebrada. Portion of buried wall."
  • 3039: "Wall Cuzco."
  • 3040: "Cuzco. In the convent of San Domingo."
  • 3041: "Nusta Espana. Excavations."
  • 3042: "Cuzco, 9:15 A.M. Brick Yard San Sebastian 50 ft. S. Wly."
  • 3043: "Cuzco. Temple of the Sun. Outside wall."
  • 3044: "Indian in act of using how-'Urco'-The farm near Calca."
  • 3045: "Sunday market, Calca."
  • 3046: "Quechna children and woman in front of house at the farm 'Urco' near Calca."
  • 3047: "Old Catholic church at Calca."
  • 3048: "Quechna children in front of house at the farm 'Urco' near Calca."
  • 3049: "Group at the Calca Sunday market."
  • 3050: "Sunday market at Calca."
  • 3051: "Llamas at the Calca market."
  • 3052: "Sunday market at Calca."
  • 3053: "Llamas on the Calca road."
  • 3054: "Cactus on the Calca road."
  • 3055: "Indian with how used by natives-'Urco'-the farm near Calca."
  • 3056: "Indian at the farm 'Urco' near Calca, sitting in the field with how in hands."
  • 3057: "Oxen ploughing at the Mission House, Cuzco."
  • 3058: "Graveyard, Cuzco."
  • 3059: "Lake Parinacochas. Ox half a mile from shore, eating water grass."
  • 3060: "Cuzco, Indians carrying timber."
  • 3061: "Cuzco Valley. Tipon. Young goatherds."
  • 3062: "Pile of Yareta on the railroad between Mollendo and Juliaca, a resinous root which is used as fuel."
  • 3063: "Urubamba to Cuzco. Cargo trains of relics from Machu Picchu."
  • 3064: "Indian gathering firewood on mountain-side above Calca."
  • 3065: "Ayusbamba. Senor and Senora Calvo at dining-room door."
  • 3066: "Cuzco. Native Indians harvesting the barley crop, taking it to the threshing floor. Dr. Eaton and Lieut. Sotomayor on horseback."
  • 3067: "Pasaje. Safely on his way across the Apurimac."
  • 3068: "Pasaje. The same mule a few moments later."
  • 3069: "Machu Picchu. Camp. Erdis eating a tomato."
  • 3070: "Arma Valley. Bumstead and signal on SE side. Arma-Puciura pass."
  • 3071: "Machu Picchu. King's Group. Entrance to Number 729, with Dr. Eaton."
  • 3072: "Salaverry. View of desert behind the town."
  • 3073: "Vilcamamba. Old Spanish bells."
  • 3073a: "Vilcabamba showing the thatched stone houses and pastures below."
  • 3074: "Abancay to La Estrella. Concacha. Nearer view of the same."
  • 3075: "Santa Ana. View looking up the valley of the Urubamba about 1 league south of Santa Ana."
  • 3076: "Ayusbamba. View SW from same place 1/4 N. Ely from Taray."
  • 3077: "Pisac. Portrait of Indian woman and baby."
  • 3078: "Nusta Espana. Hardy and Little in Inca seat."
  • 3079: "Pisac. Portrait of Indian man."
  • 3080: "Chinchero. 2 Alcaldes, ancient wall and restored wall."
  • 3081: "Cuzco Valley. Saylla village. Road-side restaurant and chicha sellers. Bestor in mule at left."
  • 3082: "Ollantaytambo. Portrait of Indian boy."
  • 3083: "Plowing at Tarai, Urubamba valley."
  • 3084: "Indian gathering firewood on mountain-side above Calca."
  • 3085: "Cuzco. Types of Indian women."
  • 3086: "Cuzco Indian."
  • 3087: "Corredor Hotal Central, Cuzco. Florentin Fluente. Front."
  • 3088: "Cuzco Valley. A four-horned sheep."
  • 3089: "Baby Llamas."
  • 3090: "Cuzco. Tame vicuna in the barracks."
  • 3091: "Machu Picchu. Sacred Plaza and Intihuantana Hill from boulder caves."
  • 3092: "Machu Picchu. Princess Group. House 856 showing southwest corner exterior from just inside the city wall. The further gable is the south gable of house 841. Notice on the left the partitions between 855 and 840. These were capped with flat stones and seem to have had mud on top of them. In the right hand gable over the window is a small ventilating window. Notice also the projecting cylindrical stones which show more distinctly in 3135. At the extreme right is shown a corner of the city wall. This house was probably stuccoed or plastered with mud. At any rate, the stones are roughly squared and laid in mud."
  • 3093: "Pisac. Terraces below the citadel."
  • 3094: "P-42-2-Arequipa. The main plaza and Mt. Chachani, from the second story of Morosini's Hotel Anexo."
  • 3095: "Peneplain sea raised West of Ucliumayo, Peru." [Handwritten caption is difficult to read.]
  • 3096: "Coast of Tahiti showing reef. Mooreai distance, 1915."
  • 3097: "Coast of Tahiti, 1915."
  • 3098: "Viewing Papeete, Tahiti, December 1915."
  • 3099: "View in Papeete, Tahiti 1915."
  • 3100: "Fisherman in outrigger, Tahiti 1915."
  • 3101: "Street in Papeete, Tahiti. Flamboyant tree. 1915."
  • 3102: "Coconut Grove, Tahiti. 1915."
  • 3103: "Papeete."
  • 3104: "Street scene Papeete."
  • 3105: "Papeete."
  • 3106: "Venus Pt. Liyut." [Handwritten caption difficult to read.]
  • 3107: "Near Papeete."
  • 3108: "Copra drying."
  • 3109: "Tahiti."
  • 3110: "Harbor of Amorua, Rarotonga. 1915."
  • 3111: "Street in Amorua, Rarotonga. 1915."
  • 3112: "Fault-line scarp near Wellington, New Zealand."
  • 3113-6: "Fault line scarp."
  • 3117: "Raised marine beach, Cook Straits, New Zealand. 1916."
  • 3118: "Fault graben formed at time of earthquake, Wellington, New Zealand. 1916."
  • 3119: "Lyttleton Harbor, New Zealand."
  • 3120: "Lyttleton Harbor."
  • 3121: "Raised beach Cook Strait."
  • 3122: "Stream issuing from glacier, Mt. Cook, New Zealand."
  • 3123: "Braided stream and glaciated valley below snout of Tasman Glacier. NZ."
  • 3124: "Ice wall terminus of glacier, Mt. Cook, NZ. 1916."
  • 3125: "End of glacier, Mt. Cook, NZ."
  • 3126: "Moraine covered terminus of glacier, Mt. Cook, NZ. 1916."
  • 3127: "Old and new lateral moraine below Tasman Glacier, NZ. 1916."
  • 3128: "End of glacier; till banks."
  • 3129: "Moraine, Mt. Cook. NZ."
  • 3130: "Terminal and lateral moraines, Hooker(?) Glacier, Mt. Cook, NZ. 1916."
  • 3131: "Beach at Brighton le Sands, Botany Bay, Australia. 1916."
  • 3132: "Bondi Beach."
  • 3133: "Sandstone columns; result of contact metamorphism, Bondi, New South Wales, Australia. 1916."
  • 3134: "Oil shale works, Newnes, NSW, Australia. 1916."
  • 3135: "Native Eucalyptus forest. Blue Mountains, NSW."
  • 3136: "Ant Hill near Wallerawang, NSW."
  • 3137: "Zinc tailings, Broken Hill mines, Australia. 1916."
  • 3138: "Wave-cut rock platform looking seaward, Narrabeen, NSW, Australia. 1916."
  • 3139: "Wave-cut rock platform, low tide, Narrabeen, NSW, Australia. 1916."
  • 3140: "Cliff at west edge of wave-cut raised rock platform."
  • 3141: "Boulder thrown up by waves on wave-cut rock platform, Bondi, NSW, Australia. 1916."
  • 3142: "Wave-cut rock platform, Cambrian capped by permo Carboniferous Till, Hallets Cove, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3143: "Coast, Fowlers Bay, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3144: "Rain-made earth pillars, NSW."
  • 3145: "Coast, Fowlers Bay, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3146: "Erosion features. Bondi, NSW, Australia. 1916."
  • 3147: "Crater Lake, Mt. Gambier, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3148: "Erosion features, Bondi, NSW, Australia. 1916."
  • 3149: "Eolian rock, Cape Northumberland, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3150: "Rim of Crater Lake, Mt. Gambier, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3151: "Eolian rock, Cape Northumberland, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3152: "Fossil dunes and fossil lagoon near Beachport, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3153: "Ancient lagoons [and] ridge of fossil dunes, Beachport, South Australia."
  • 3154: "Tillite of Permo-Carboniferous time, Bacchus Marsh, Victoria, Australia. 1916."
  • 3155: "Fossil dunes forming ridge near Beachport, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3156: "Inman Hill, Roche Moutainee of Permo-carboniferous strata uncovered Inman Valley, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3157: "Drumlin or roche moutanaire made in Permo-Carboniferous time then uncovered Inman Valley, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3158: "Permo-Carboniferous glaciation Coimandai, Victoria, Australia. 1916."
  • 3159: "Permo-Carboniferous glaciation. Striae on Cambrian rock, Inman Valley, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3160: "Permo-Carboniferous glaciation Coimandai, Victoria, Australia. 1916."
  • 3161-3: "Permo-Carboniferous glaciation. sitae on Cambrian rock, Inman Valley, South Australia. 1916."(Number 3162, Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 3164: "Boulders of Permo-Carboniferous. Tillite on water worn Cambrian floor, Inaman Valley, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3165-70: "Region of 'mound springs' near Coward, South Australia, three springs in a row surrounded by country rock. 1916."
  • 3171: "Afghan camel used extensively in Central Australia. 1916."
  • 3172: "'Mound Spring' near Coward, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3173: "Camel saddle, Central Australia. 1916."
  • 3174: "Pack Camels in dune area, Central Australia. 1916."
  • 3175: "Camp in dune area, Central Australia. 1916."
  • 3176: "Camels at Oldea Wells, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3177: "Camel Pack train, dune area, Central Australia. 1916."
  • 3178: "Camels at Oldea Wells, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3179: "Camel Pack train, dune area, Central Australia, 1916."
  • 3180: "Baby camel, Central Australia. 1916."
  • 3181: "Camel buggy, Williams Creek, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3182: "Pack train."
  • 3183: "H.E.G. and 'Bubbles.'"
  • 3184: "Pack train."
  • 3185-7: "Dune areas South Australia Desert."
  • 3188: "H.E.G. on 'Bubbles.'"
  • 3189: "Workman's Cottage, desert section East-West Railway, Australia. 1916."
  • 3190: "Plowing with camel teams, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3191: "Camels traveling Wales wagon, 340 miles west Port Augusta. 1916."
  • 3192: "[Worker?] shack construction of East-West Railway, South Australia, 1916."
  • 3193: "Temporary Construction Camp Desert, South Australia, 1916."
  • 3194: "Hospital car. East-West Railway. 1916."
  • 3195: "Taking water from train cars at head of rail--water shipped 340 miles by train, then distributed to construction camps. 1916."
  • 3196: "Private car- offices."
  • 3197: "Grading with horses."
  • 3198: "Jarrah ties--long lived."
  • 3199: "Tie bowing machine. Ties is hard to use spikes."
  • 3200: "Railroad construction arid stretch, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3201: "'Rain catch' on Yalata-Oldea stock route, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3202: "Surface of granite exposed in the desert near Wynbring, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3203: "Surface of granite exposed in the desert near Wynbring, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3204: "Top of low granite dome rising slightly above desert surface at Wynbring, South Australia, 1916."
  • 3205: "Paduga Rock Holes. Oldea-Yalata cut in granite knob worn even much desert surface. 1916."
  • 3206: "Granite outcrop forming depression below sand dune area near Wynbring, South Australia. Used as water catch. 1916."
  • 3207: "'Gnamma hole' in granite, Wynbring, South Australia. 1916."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11. Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 3208: "Oodnadatta, the metropolis of Central Australian desert. 1916."
  • 3209: "Desert surface formed of 'Gibbers' near Oodnadatta, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3210: "Gibber plain, Anna Creek Station, Central Australia. 1916."
  • 3211: "Surface of desert north of Oodnadatta, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3212: "Surface of desert, northward of Oodnadatta. 1916."
  • 3213: "Gibber plain near Oodnadatta, South Australia. 1916."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 3214: "Camels at Williams Creek, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3215: "Pack trains at Oodnadatta, South Australia."
  • 3216: "Camels at Oodnadatta."
  • 3217: "Camels resting, Williams Creek, South Australia, 1916."
  • 3218: "Camel grazing."
  • 3219: "Flowing wall of hot salt water, Oodnadatta, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3220: "Car for inspection use on desert cattle railway, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3221: "Dry bed of Lake Eyre, Central Australia. Ridge in background is mirage. 1916."
  • 3222: "Dry surface of Lake Hart, South Australia. 1916."(Negative exists. Some are original, others are copy negatives. Negatives are in boxes 10 and 11.)
  • 3223: "Lake Hart, South Australia. Surface of salt. 1916."
  • 3224: "Rock floor of dry lake near Padinga, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3225: "Lake Hart, South Australia. Surface of salt. 1916."
  • 3226-7: "Dry surface of Pernatty Lagoon; a desert salt lake. Copper mine at edge. South Australia. 1916."
  • 3228: "Rock floor (metamorphosed Cambrian overlain by Tertiary) of ephemeral lake near Padinga, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3229,3231: "Caliche in railway cut 300 miles west of Port Augusta, South Australia, constitutes top hardening of sand dunes. 1916."
  • 3230: "Flinders Range viewed from Brachina, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3232: "Eucalyptus in bed of desert wash near Hookina, South Australia. Flinders Range in background. 1916."
  • 3233: "Eucalyptus in Depot Creek, Flanders Range, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3234,3237: "Root of 'malee' (variety of eucalyptus) in dunes. Desert area, South Australia. Handle of hammer 18 inches long. 1916."
  • 3235-43: "Vegetation on dunes in desert, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3244-46: "Vegetation over most of Nullarbor Plains, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3248: "Xanthorrhea used for making picric acid, South Australia. 1916."
  • 3247,3249: No caption. Changing tires on car.
  • 3250: "Beach Kalapana, Hawaii. 1926 "
  • 3251: "Cattle on floor of Crater. Parker Ranch, Hawaii. 1926"
  • 3252: "Hawaiians, South Kona, Hawaii. 1926."
  • 3253: "Coast near mouth of Waimanu Valley, Hawaii. 1926."
  • 3254: "Landslide on coast between Waimanu and Wapio Valleys, Hawaii. 1926."
  • 3255: "Coast near mouth of Waimanu Valley, Hawaii. 1926."
  • 3256-7: "Trail to Waimanu Valley, Hawaii. 1926."
  • 3258: "Waimanu Valley, Hawaii. 1926."
9 1-12 Miscellaneous Photographs
  • 3258a-3271: Various photographs of people, including H.E. Gregory and landscapes.
  • 3272-3276: Various unlisted geographic sites.
  • 3277-3282: Various 5X7 photographs of people in field.
  • 3283-3284: Larger photographs of cliffs.
  • 3285-3288: Pages of the Bulletin Geographic Society of America, Vol. 59, that include Gregory's photographs.
  • Photographs. Extra copies of many. Also those which have come loose from the books, and the last few taken which were never mounted.
10 1-9 Negatives for Books 1-5
11 1-11 Negatives for Books 6-12

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  • Subject Terms :
  • Geology--Arizona--Photographs
  • Geology--California--Photographs
  • Geology--Nevada--Photographs
  • Geology--Peru--Photographs
  • Geology--Utah--Photographs
  • Hopi Indians--Photographs
  • Indians of South America--Peru--Photographs
  • Navajo Indians--Photographs
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Group portraits--1900-1944
  • Photographic prints--1900-1944
  • Portrait photographs--1900-1944