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    • Geology float

    • Floats (Parades)
    • "Second float for parade." Side view of a vehicle with a flat cloth or paper displayed on the vehicle's side, extending from the top of the wheel wells at its bottom past the vehicle's cab at its top. The cloth or paper is decorated with a...
    • Museum exhibits

    • Museums; Museum exhibits
    • "Third floor view in old museum at 12th & S St., mineral collection." View of a museum room filled with glass and wood display cabinets containing geological specimens. The cabinets are shown from the side in a bird's-eye view and are arranged in...
    • Museum exhibits

    • Museums; Museum exhibits
    • "Third floor view in old museum, 12th & S." Birds-eye view inside a room containing glass and wood cabinets with displays of geological specimens. Most of the cabinets are arranged in three long, parallel rows that extend across the width of the...
    • Hunter for the Survey

    • Hunters -- West (U.S.); Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Photographic prints
    • Abstract An unknown man on horseback, carbine across the pommel of his saddle, who served as a hunter for the US Geological Survey expedition to Yellowstone in 1872.
    • Chimney Rock model

    • Chimney Rock (Neb.); Geology--Nebraska; Rock formations--Nebraska; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Chimney Rock is mainly composed of Brule clay, not ôrock,ö with horizontal layers of volcanic ash and sandstone. The soft clay erodes easily, while the hard sandstone does not. The presence of the protective sandstone cap may explain...
    • Chimney Rock model

    • Chimney Rock (Neb.); Geology--Nebraska; Rock formations--Nebraska; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Chimney Rock is mainly composed of Brule clay, not ôrock,ö with horizontal layers of volcanic ash and sandstone. The soft clay erodes easily, while the hard sandstone does not. The presence of the protective sandstone cap may explain...
    • Lower Finch Basin, 1872

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Outdoor life -- West (U.S.); Photographic prints
    • Abstract Depicts 13 men of the 1872 USGS gathered for a meal at a camp site.
    • Riding Animals in Colorado

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Mules -- West (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts 3 saddled mules with rifles slung over the pummels. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • Hayden Exploring Expedition

    • Explorers -- Portraits; Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Postcards
    • Abstract Depicts 5 men posing in front of a tent. They are identified as W. H. Holmes, G. Chittenden, Dr. Hayden, Ernest Ingersoll, and W. H. Jackson.
    • 1875 Party

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts 6 members of the 1875 USGS Survey, including William Henry Jackson; 4 are holding rifles. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • 1875 Group of the USGS at Colorado Springs

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Outdoor life -- West (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts 8 men gathered around a table. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • USGS of 1870

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Outdoor cookery -- West (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts a 15 men with the Hayden Survey of 1870 gathered for a meal near some wagons. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • Naturalists

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Outdoor life -- West (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts a 5 men seated on the ground near the doorway of a tent. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • USGS 1874

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Horses -- West (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts a camp of members of the 1874 USGS Survey with the men in front of some tents with their horses. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • 1871 Yellowstone

    • Yellowstone National Park; Horsemen and horsewomen -- Yellowstone National Park; Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts a column of mounted men alongside a reflective lake. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • Hayden and Brennan

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Outdoor life -- West (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts a group of 12 men, members of a USGS team in front of a tent. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.

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