Idaho Glass Lantern Slides, 1904-1910  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
University of Idaho. Library. Special Collections Dept.
Title
Idaho Glass Lantern Slides
Dates
1904-1910 (inclusive)
Quantity
214 slides
Collection Number
PG 105
Summary
Most likely these slides were used by C. H. Shattuck of the Department of Forestry at the University of Idaho as illustrations in forestry/geology lectures.
Repository
University of Idaho Library, Special Collections and Archives
Special Collections and Archives
University of Idaho Library
875 Perimeter Drive
MS 2350
Moscow, ID
83844-2350
Telephone: 208-885-0845
libspec@uidaho.edu
Access Restrictions

The manuscript group is open to the public. Researchers must use the collection in accordance with the policies of the University of Idaho Special Collections and Archives.

Languages
This collection is in English.


Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Some of the images in these slides appear in a report from C. H. Shattuck, University of Idaho, Dept. of Forestry to Major F. A. Fenn, Supervisor, Clearwater National Forest (Day-NW SD428.C55S5) and in an article by C. H. Shattuck in the UI Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin no. 91, Dec. 1916 (Idaho S 53 E416).

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Alternative Forms Available

The lantern slide images are available in digital format at the University of Idaho Library Digital Collections.

Preferred Citation

Idaho Glass Lantern Slides, PG 105. Special Collections and Archives, University of Idaho Library, Moscow, Idaho.

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Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box slide
1 1 Desert and salicornia. Snake River. Idaho
1 2 First view of lava fields "aa" surface. Idaho
1 3 Near view of "aa" surface
1 4 Driblet cone on "aa" surface
1 5 Pressure ridge on pahoehoe surface
1 6 Driblet cone in pahoehoe
1 7 Lava river. Snake River Valley. Idaho
1 8 Stratified volcanic dust. Snake River Valley
1 9 Volcanic bomb. Snake River Valley
1 10 Volcanic bomb 13 ft. long
1 11 Lava cone (vent). Idaho
1 12 Near view of Provo and Logan terraces
1 13 Bitterroot Mountains from 62 Camp Trail
1 14 Western Yellow Pine. Exceptionally fine form. Clearwater River Valley
1 15 Cedar and White Fir stand. 62 Camp. Idaho
1 16 Pine Cedar. Moose Creek
1 17 Western Red Cedar. Moose Creek. Idaho
1 18 Typical Yellow Pine. Three Forks. Idaho
1 19 Young Spruce (2 in center), one cut for stem analysis. Three Forks. Idaho
1 20 Alpine Fir and Lyall Larch stem analysis. 62 Camp. Idaho
1 21 White Bark Pine on Shattuck Mountain
1 22 White Sand Lake looking East. Idaho
1 23 Shattuck Mountain
1 24 Blodgett Pass and Canyon. Bitterroot Mountains
1 25 Butte in Blodgett Canyon
1 26 Blodgett Butte and Shattuck Mountain from Blodgett Pass
1 27 C. H. Shattuck on mountain of the same name over Blodgett Pass
1 28 Ranger Fenn on Shattuck Mountain overlooking Blodgett Canyon
1 29 Higgest peaks of Bitterroots
1 30 Alpine Fir and Lyall Larch near Grave Peak. Idaho
1 31 Top of Friday Pass near Graves Peak
1 32 White Bark Pine. West side of Grave Peak. Idaho
1 33 White Bark Pine near Timber Line. Grave Peak
1 34 Top of Graves Peak 8,400 ft.
1 35 Lyall Larch Southwest of Grave Peak
1 36 Lyall Larch and pack train at 8,200 ft. Grave Peak. Idaho
1 37 Veteran Lyle Larch probably 600 yrs. old. Graves Peak
1 38 Lyall Larch. North of Grave Peak. Note trees bent by snow
1 39 Mature stand of Spruce. 60,000 ft. per acre. Alene Creek
1 40 Spruce. 50,000 ft. per acre. Alene Creek
1 41 Mature Spruce. White Sand Creek. Idaho
1 42 Columbian Spruce. Powell. Idaho
1 43 White Pine stand near Boville
1 44 Youngstand 100 yr. old White Fir and Red Fir. Tree beyond man is Yellow Pine. Three Forks. Idaho
1 45 Mature Cedars on Moose Creek
1 46 Mature White Fir and Cedar near Glovers Camp. Idaho
1 47 Mature Cedar. Moose Creek. Idaho
1 48 Pack train in Cedar stand. Moose Creek
1 49 Mature Cedar on Lochsa River
1 50 White Fir and Cedar. Moose Creek
1 51 Packing up to go to fire. Packers Meadows. Idaho
1 52 Packing up to go to fire. Packers Meadows. Idaho
1 53 Pack train starting to fire. Packers Meadows. Idaho
1 54 Relay Camp. Lolo Trail. Fires, 1910
1 55 Pack train and fire fighting crew which saved Lolo Hot Springs
1 56 Fire fifgting crew which saved Lolo Hot Springs
1 57 Relay Camp. Lolo Trail. Fires, 1910
1 58 Going to fire at Lolo Hot Springs. Montana
1 59 Mattock men. Lolo Hot Springs. Fire, 1910
1 60 Shovel men. Lolo Hot Springs. Montana
1 61 Trench gang. Firefighters. Lolo. Montana
1 62 Firefighters at dinner. Lolo Hot Springs
1 63 Firefighters at dinner
1 64 Trench gang. Firefighters at dinner
1 65 View into a burning forest. Lolo Hot Springs
1 66 Fire near Powell. Fires, 1910
1 67 Camp at Powell. Idaho. Fires, 1910
1 68 Firefighters at Avery, Idaho. [Pack train]. All these men lost their lives
1 69 Fire that burned Avery. 1910
1 70 Firefighters and rangers. Avery. Idaho
1 71 Burning mountain South of Powell. Idaho
1 72 After fires of 1910 near Packers Meadows
1 73 Firefighters' map showing contours. Idaho Mts.
1 74 Forest fire (from painting[?])
1 75 Results of fires. 1910. Avery. Idaho
1 76 Alpine Meadow and Alpine Fir. Hoodo Lake
1 77 Regeneration of Lodge Poles on old burn of White Bark Pine
1 78 Regeneration of Lodge Pole Pine at Hoodo Lake
1 79 Determining age of fire scars. Ranger Fenn
1 80 [Unidentified. Stump?]
1 81 Camp Priest Lake
1 82 Rafting logs on the St. Joe River. Idaho
2 1 Crossing Lolo Pass. Montana
2 2 [Unidentified. Trees]
2 3 White Pine and White Fir near Weippe. Idaho
2 4 Bird-eye view of White Pine on Clearwater River near Weippe. Idaho
2 5 Bird-eye view of White Pine on Clearwater River near Weippe. Idaho
2 6 Spruce and White Pine. Weippe. Idaho
2 7 Yellow Pine and Larch. Weiser River
2 8 West Yellow Pine and Pine Grass. Weiser National Forest
2 9 Climax forest. Kaniksu National Forest
2 10 Climax forest. Kaniksu National Forest
2 11 Giant White Pine. Last survival of transitional forest. Kaniksu National Forest
2 12 Cedar and Hemlock. Kaniksu National Forest
2 13 White Pine on Granite Creek. Kaniksu National Forest
2 14 Xerophyllum tenax (Bear Grass). Kaniksu National Forest
2 15 Etching on glass by wheat roots
2 16 Silurian landscape
2 17 Lodge Pole Pine splitting block of granite. Grave Peak
2 18 Combined action of gravity and vegetation in soil making. Grave Peak
2 19 Creep of rock on mountain side. Bitterroots
2 20 Map of Idaho
2 21 Treeless hills on Snake River near Lewiston
2 22 Subalpine type of forest. (Saint Louis Biological Laboratory)
2 23 Concolor Fir. Rocky Mountains. Colorado. (Saint Louis Biological Laboratory)
2 24 Grandfather Mountain. White Mountains. New Hampshire
2 25 Red Fir and Cedar. Puget Sound
2 26 Loess formation on Missouri River. Fine wind blown sand. St. Joseph. Missouri
2 27 Effects of snow upon seedlings. North slope Moscow Mountains
2 28 Rock fissured by young tree. Hughes Creek. Kaniksu National Forest
2 29 Penny lava bluffs. Kooskia. Idaho
2 30 Penny lava bluffs. Kooskia. Idaho
2 31 Roosevelt Column. Douglas Fir open stand
2 32 62 Rock. 62 Camp. Selway National Forest
2 33 Needle Peak. Blodgett Canyon
2 34 Ferrying horses over the Locksaw at the Forks. Rangers Fitting, Fenn, and Weholt
2 35 Fording the Locksaw at Powell. Idaho
2 36 Powell Ranger Station looking South
2 37 Climbing Gray's Peak with pack train
2 38 Three Forks Cabin. Selway National Forest
2 39 Packing up in a typical alpine meadow. Idaho
2 40 Rangers Weholt and Fitting in Glover's Camp. Selway National Forest
2 41 Shattuck. Trout fishing in Moose Creek
2 42 Ranger Weholt with pack train. Selway River
2 43 Friday and the bean pot. Glover's Camp. Selway National Forest
2 44 Camp Blodgett. Blodgett Canyon. Rangers Weholt, Fitting, and Fenn
2 45 Weholt fording Moose Creek near Three Forks
2 46 Pete King Cabin and new ranger station. Lowell. Idaho
2 47 Sample of trail between Hoodo Lake and White Sand Lake
2 48 Three Forks Ranger Station
2 49 Trapers Cabin. White Sand Lake
2 50 Falls Ranger Station. Selway National Forest
2 51 Forest rangers at dinner. White Sand Lake
2 52 Lowell Post Office. Lochsa River
2 53 Trail and pack train. Selway National Forest
2 54 Pack train and trail. Selway National Forest
2 55 [Unidentified. Man sat on a stump]
2 56 4 ft. Yellow Pine stump cracked with 14 sticks of dynamite
2 57 Down logs and trash were piled before the stumps were removed (Fig. 2 Plot I)
2 58 View across Plot I showing part of slough after it was cleaned out (Fig. 4 Plot I)
2 59 Slough containing much down stuff (Fig. 5 Plot I)
2 60 Equipment for blasting on Plot I. Powder, caps, electric fuses, safety fuse, battery (Fig. 8)
2 61 Forty one lbs. of dynamite removing 14 stumps averaging 20 inches (Fig. 11 Plot I)
2 62 Using double blocks and the additional use of single block (Fig. 15)
2 63 [Unidentified. Man and stumps]
2 64 41 inch Red Fir stump loaded with 10 lbs. of dynamite (Fig. 19)
2 65 [Unidentified. Men and stump]
2 66 Stump in Fig. 19 after the blast. Charge was too small
2 67 Same stump in Fig. 21. Charge was greater than was necessary. Fragments were removed 40 feet (Fig. 22)
2 68 Yellow Pine 72 in. diameter loaded with 20 lbs. Jexite Powder. Results perfect. Five segments in radius of 20 feet (Fig. 25)
2 69 56 inch Green Larch (4 feet from ground) loaded with 18 lbs. of dynamite (Fig. 27)
2 70 Tree in Fig. 27 being blasted. Carried in vertical position 35 feet to left. Notice falling branches (Fig. 28)
2 71 Poor powder work. Charge not distributed according to the root system
2 72 4 ft. Douglas Fir loaded with 10 lbs. Jexite
2 73 Before and after clearing. Palouse Valley land
2 74 Pratically perfect powder work
2 75 Much can be done with a team and heavy chain
2 76 Large stump blasted. Just the right unit of powder used
2 77 Pounds of powder of each kind required for any size of stump
2 78 Capstan type of stump puller
2 79 Hood and condenser used in burning stumps and saving by-products. See Bull. # 91
2 80 Proper method of pilling logs and debris for brurning. B. # 91
2 81 Near view of one of the earlier forms of condenser
2 82 Various condensers used in collecting by-products from stumps. Bull. # 91
2 83 Best form of hood and condenser. Bull. # 91
2 84 Tripod type of stump puller
2 85 Machine for boring stumps attached
2 86 Two methods of preparing stumps for burning: A is best
2 87 [Unidentified. Stump]
3 1 Officers of the Fossil Field Expedition. (Neg. No. 6-19-7-99; Photo by Cornell. University of Nebraska)
3 2 Members of the Fossil Field Expedition. (Neg. No. 4-19-7-99; U. G. Cornell, University of Nebraska, Lincoln)
3 3 Black Locust 3 yr. old. University of Idaho Nursery
3 4 White Elm 2 yr.old. Forestry Arboretum. University of Idaho
3 5 European Larch 4 yr. old. Arboretum. University of Idaho
3 6 Monument to slain of the Spanish War. Idaho sent a larger number of cadets into service than any other school in the U.S. in proportion to attendance. [University of Idaho]
3 7 Laboratory of Dairy Department. Classes in butter, cheese, and ice cream manufacture. [University of Idaho?]
3 8 Electrical Laboratory. [University of Idaho?]
3 9 Dining Hall in Women's dormitory. [University of Idaho?]
3 10 Soldiers Monument [Spanish War]. Engineering Building in distance. [University of Idaho]
3 11 Class in Civil Engineering. University of Idaho. November 1904
3 12 College of Agriculture in center. Metalurgical Mill, left, Assay Building. [University of Idaho]
3 13 Idaho football team. 1908. [University of Idaho]
3 14 Interior of Gymnasium. [University of Idaho]
3 15 Engineering Building. University of Idaho
3 16 War Eagle Gov't. Fisheries boat. Near View
3 17 Recruits for the Forestry Regiment from the Pacific Northwest. American University Washington, D.C. (M. S. Stewart Co. Lantern slides; Oakland, California - Forestry U. of Cal.)
3 18 Pleasing roadway among the pines. The rustic gate is very approppriate
3 19 Salt hungry cattle licking the ground at an old salting place. (Made by M. S. Stewart Co. Lantern slides; Oakland, California)
3 20 Splendid combination of native and introduced plants. Coeur d'Alene. Idaho
3 21 Women cutting up limbs on surface from which the timber has been removed. Considerable young growth on ground
3 22 Work with the krempe. Working on log down to a road. Forest of Spruce and Fir
3 23 Green Corn Dance. Kansas. Potowattomie [Pottawattomie?] Reservation
3 24 [Unlabed camp scene. Fishing]
3 25 Glacier Mt. Rose. (McIntosh Stereopticon Co.)
3 26 Boletinus sp. [Mushroom; fungus]. Moscow Mountains. Idaho
3 27 Peridermium Harknissi on Alpine Fir. [Disease]. 62 Camp. Idaho
3 28 Peridermium Harknissi on Alpine Fir. [Disease]. Graves Peak
3 29 Peridermium Harknissi on Alpine Fir. [Disease]. 62 Camp. Idaho
3 30 Dead and fallen timber amidst growing pines on west slope of Laramie Peak, Wyoming. Detail view with heavy forest. (Neg. No. 6-23-8-99; U. G. Cornell, University of Nebraska, Lincoln)
3 31 Herpotrichia Nigra on Spruce. [Disease]. 62 Camp. Idaho
3 32 Peridermium Harknissi killing Lodgepole Pine. [Disease]. Clearwater National Forest. Idaho
3 33 Proper way to fill in with concrete. Tree surgery
3 34 Groundhog or woodchuck. […?] Marmot
3 35 Mountains annually swept clean by snow slides. Blodgett Pass
3 36 Track of a snow slide from Shattuck Mountain. White Sand Valley
3 37 Line of trees with rock slide on each side. White Sand Ridge
3 38 Logjam of driftwood. Locksa River
3 39 Snow slide. Blodgett Canyon. 1910
3 40 Snow slide. Blodgett Canyon. 1910
3 41 Results of snow slide. Blodgett Canyon. Montana
3 42 Results of snow slide. Blodgett Canyon. Montana
3 43 Timber wreck caused by snow slide. Blodgett Canyon. Montana
3 44 Bent firs in track of snow slide. Blodgett Canyon. Montana
3 45 Moscow. Idaho. Spring 1910

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  • Geographical Names :
  • Idaho.
  • Other Creators :
    • Corporate Names :
    • University of Idaho. College of Natural Resources (creator)