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    • Rock-faced spillway

    • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)
    • From envelope with notation, "Negatives of soil erosion work done with CCC labor and College of Agriculture Forest Service (Ivan Wood) in Pawnee and Buffalo Counties in 1935. Chas F. Fowler, former work supt." "Rock faced dam spillway in Pawnee...
    • Devil's Gulch

    • Landscapes; Canyons
    • "General view, Devil's Gulch, looking SE." View from within the canyon showing the depths and course of the canyon. The image is vertical, and there is a pine tree on a ledge near the center of the image. Sparse vegetation is in the left...
    • Devil's Gulch

    • Landscapes; Canyons; Paleontology; Paleontological excavations
    • "Devil's Gulch showing quarry 1 at lumber pile." Vertical view of canyon wall with the excavation site in the upper middle portion of the image. The canyon slopes downward from the left to the right of the image, and in the middle right a pine...
    • Our Town

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    • A minimalist theatrical style sets apart the play. The sparse and symbolic qualities of the set suggest Wilder's intention to make Grover's Corners represent all towns. The Stage Manager, played by Wilder himself for two weeks in the 1938 Broadway...
    • Our Town

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    • A minimalist theatrical style sets apart the play. The sparse and symbolic qualities of the set suggest Wilder's intention to make Grover's Corners represent all towns. The Stage Manager, played by Wilder himself for two weeks in the 1938 Broadway...
    • Our Town

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    • A minimalist theatrical style sets apart the play. The sparse and symbolic qualities of the set suggest Wilder's intention to make Grover's Corners represent all towns. The Stage Manager, played by Wilder himself for two weeks in the 1938 Broadway...
    • Our Town

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    • A minimalist theatrical style sets apart the play. The sparse and symbolic qualities of the set suggest Wilder's intention to make Grover's Corners represent all towns. The Stage Manager, played by Wilder himself for two weeks in the 1938 Broadway...
    • Our Town

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    • Young lovers were portrayed by John Craven and Martha Scott. Photograph by Vandamm Studio. A minimalist theatrical style sets apart the play. The sparse and symbolic qualities of the set suggest Wilder's intention to make Grover's Corners represent...

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