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Princeton Scientific Expeditions Collection

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The history of scientific expeditions with connections to the college and university at Princeton is fragmentary and tentative. From the information now at hand it seems possible that the earliest such enterprises were Astronomic. The College of New Jersey's Professor Stephen Alexander journeyed to Georgia in 1834 to observe an eclipse of the sun. While no notice of this has been found in the trustees' minutes of the time, at least two of three subsequent eclipse expeditions (in 1854, 1860, and 1869) were official college investigations, duly authorized and even funded by the trustees. Alexander's successor, Professor C. A. Young, led his own eclipse expeditions in 1878 to Colorado, in 1887 to Russia, and in 1900 to North Carolina. An 1882 journey to observe the transit of Venus is, so far, the only other identified astronomic expedition of the 19th century.

The Geological expeditions are more fully documented. The first, of 1877, was a student-initiated effort, nurtured by the Natural Science Association, founded by the same group of students. The expedition was conceived on military lines with specific tasks set out for members of the official party. Its conspicuous success, not only as a training ground for the student members of the expedition, but also in the professional publication of discoveries that were genuine contributions to paleontological and topographical knowledge, gave a solid foundation to subsequent expeditions. These followed in 1878, 1882, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1890, 1891, 1893, 1894 and 1895. All had the American West as their destination, most the Rocky Mountain regions, with an emphasis on paleontological collection, most frequently in the Dakotas. By the late 1890's the expeditions had assumed the routine form of annual academic summer camps for students of geology. The early expeditions generated an enthusiasm for the professional responsibilities of the scientific pursuit and were pivotal in producing such distinguished scientific careers as those of William Berryman Scott, Henry Fairfield Osborn and William Libbey. The expeditions brought to the Princeton museum of Geology and Archaeology one of the most important paleontological collections in the world. They were also an important factor in Princeton's pre-eminence for nearly a century in the field of paleontology.

William Libbey, a member of the first geological expedition, and the photographer on subsequent geological and astronomical efforts, connected the Princeton name to other scientific expeditions with more diffuse objectives. As Professor of Geography and Curator of the E. M. Museum of Geology and Archaeology, Libbey frequently called upon his Trustee father to be the monetary patron of both the museum and many of the expeditions that were tangentially connected with it. These included journeys with diverse goals which Libbey defined as geographic, ethnographic and archaeological. Many of these expeditions enjoyed sponsoring agencies other than Princeton, but his connection with the college and its museum were always conspicuous in reports of the enterprises. The 1886 Mt. St. Elias expedition to Alaska was followed by an 1888 expedition to Cuba, an 1890 exploration of the Sierra Madre in Mexico, an 1893 Hawaiian expedition and an 1897 exploration to Pueblo County in New Mexico. These journeys yielded mainly ethnographic riches. Three expeditionary summers (1889, 1890, 1891) were spent investigating the Gulf Stream and its relation to the Labrador Currents, and Libbey was second in command and geographer of the Peary Relief Parties of 1894 and 1899 in Greenland. Libbey's investigations were successful mainly in the collections that resulted, mostly ethnographic and archaeological, and enriched the Princeton museums.

Expeditions more properly categorized as archaeological (involving professional excavation) are thinly represented in this collection. The 1876 excavations at Panosoffkee Lake in Florida were surely followed by other investigations that led to the archaeological excavations of Classical sites sponsored by the Department of Art and Archaeology in the 20th century, but they are not documented here.

The manuscript, printed and photographic materials in the collection are duly noted in the folder descriptions. Folders labeled as "Archival description and notes" contain information on the expeditions randomly gathered by the compiler of this collection, with pertinent xeroxes and relevant correspondence that document each expedition. The geological expeditions are most fully represented. The journeys of other categories are noted by scant documentation.

A complete run of Reports of the Princeton University expeditions to Patagonia is available in the Mudd Manuscript Library stacks, call number: Oversize P55.739.2q.

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This collection was processed by Alfred Bush in September 1992. Finding aid written by Alfred Bush in September 1992. Box 27 added by Christie Peterson in May 2012. Description of the contents of Box 1, 3, and 10-15 updated in January 2022 by Phoebe Nobles and Lynn Durgin for a digitization project.

Boxes 21 and 23 do not exist.

Publisher
University Archives
Finding Aid Author
Alfred Bush
Finding Aid Date
1997
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7 boxes

Astronomical Expeditions, 1860, 1869. 1 folder.
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Consists of copies of Board of Trustee minutes pertaining to the Labrador Eclipse Expedition in 1860 and the Eclipse Expedition in 1869, presumably to Georgia.

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1 folder

Denver Eclipse Expedition, 1878. 1 folder.
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Consists of photocopied sources that document the expedition.

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1 folder

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Denver Eclipse Expedition, Photographs, 1878. 1 folder.
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1 folder

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Transit of Venus Expedition, 1882. 1 folder.
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Consists of photocopied sources that document the expedition.

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1 folder

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Moscow Eclipse Expedition, 1887. 1 folder.
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Consists of photocopied sources that document the expedition.

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1 folder

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Authorization to Professor Young to take apparatus on Eclipse Expedition, 1887. 1 folder.
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Permission to take equipment to Russia, with a list of the apparatus by Professor Charles A. Young. A note adds that the equipment was shipped to St. Petersburg.

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1 folder

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6 boxes

Published Sources, 1900-1932. 1 folder.
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Consists of articles from the Princeton University Bulletin (1900), the Princeton Alumni Weekly (1900) and a Princeton reunion book (1932).

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1 folder

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Photographic Album, circa 1900. 1 box.
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1 box

Photographs, Oversize and Published, 1900. 1 box.
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Box 13 contains both oversized mounted photographs and a group that seems to have been published as illustrative plates.

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1 box

Field Notebooks, Reports, and Negatives, 1900. 1 box.
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1 box

Glass Plate Negatives, 1900. 1 box.
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Unlabeled slides originally in box 7D (removed)

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1 box

Glass Plate Negatives, 1900. 1 box.
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6 unlabeled slides originally in box 7D (removed)

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1 box

Glass Plate Negative No. 35, Oversize, 1900. 1 box.
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1 box

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17 boxes

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8 boxes

Notes and Sources, 1877-1970s. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

Consists of typed notes about the scientific expeditions that took place during the summer of 1877, photocopied sources that document the expeditions, and correspondence between librarians, archivists and patrons that contain additional information and sources on these expeditions.

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1 folder

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"Journal of the Paleontologists of the Princeton Scientific Expedition, 1877." R. H. Lynde, H.F. Osborne, J. Potter, F. Speir, Jr., W. B. Scott, Ms. journal, 1877 June 22-August 12. 1 folder.
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1 folder

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C. G. Greene, "Diary of the Expedition of the Nassau Scientific Association of 1877," Ms. journal, 1977 June 21-July 1. 1 folder.
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1 folder

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Palaeontological Report of the Princeton Scientific Expedition of 1877, by Henry F. Osborne, Wm. B. Scott., Francis Speir, Jr., New York, 1878. 1 folder.
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(Contributions from the E.M. Museum of Geology and Archaeology of Princeton College. No. 1).

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1 folder

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Topographic, Hypsometric, and Meteorologic Report, by William Libbey, Jr., and W. W. McDonald, of the Princeton Scientific Expedition, 1877, New York, 1879. 1 folder.
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(Contributions from the E. M. Museum of Geology and Archaeology of Princeton College. No. 2)

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1 folder

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A Memoir upon Loxolophodon and Uintatherium, by Henry F. Osborn, Sc.D, accompanied by a Stratigraphical Report of the Bridger Beds in the Washakie Basin by John Bach McMaster, C. E., Princeton, 1881. 1 folder.
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(Contributions from the E. M. Museum of Geology and Archaeology of the College of New Jersey, Vol. I, No. I)

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1 folder

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First Geological Expedition--Photographs, 1877. 1 folder.
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Includes "View of Party at Cheyenne."

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1 folder

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5 boxes

Colorado Large Size Views photographs 1-15, 1877. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Mounted photographs in the series titled "Princeton Scientific Expedition, 1877. Colorado, Large Size Views," as printed on the back of each mat (11 x 15"). The photographs in the series are further subdivided, numbered and titled in this printed list. Photographs in Box 10 include "Views in the 'Garden of the Gods'", "Views in 'Monument Park'", and "Views between Pike's Peak and South Park." Some photographs are duplicates. Not every photograph in the published list is present in these boxes.

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1 box

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Colorado Large Size Views photographs 21-35, 1877. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Mounted photographs in the series titled "Princeton Scientific Expedition, 1877. Colorado, Large Size Views," as printed on the back of each mat (11 x 15"). The photographs in the series are further subdivided, numbered and titled in this printed list. Photographs in Box 11 include "Views in the 'Twin Lake Range'". Some photographs are duplicates. Not every photograph in the published list is present in these boxes.

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1 box

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Colorado Large Size Views photographs 36-50, 1877. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Mounted photographs in the series titled "Princeton Scientific Expedition, 1877. Colorado, Large Size Views," as printed on the back of each mat (11 x 15"). The photographs in the series are further subdivided, numbered and titled in this printed list. Photographs in Box 12 include "Views of Placer Gold Mining" and "Views between Fairplay and Argentine Pass". Some photographs are duplicates. Not every photograph in the published list is present in these boxes.

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1 box

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Colorado Large Size Views photographs 1-29, 1877. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Mounted photographs in the series titled "Princeton Scientific Expedition, 1877. Colorado, Large Size Views," as printed on the back of each mat. The photographs in the series are further subdivided, numbered and titled in this printed list. Photographs in Box 14 duplicate many of those in Boxes 10 and 11, but have larger, 11 x 17" mats. These include "Views in the "Garden of the Gods', "Views in 'Monument Park', "Views between Pike's Peak and South Park", and "Views in the 'Twin Lake Range'".

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1 box

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Colorado Large Size Views photographs 32-50, 1877. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Mounted photographs in the series titled "Princeton Scientific Expedition, 1877. Colorado, Large Size Views," as printed on the back of each mat. The photographs in the series are further subdivided, numbered and titled in this printed list. Photographs in Box 14 duplicate many of those in Boxes 10 and 11, but have larger, 11 x 17" mats. These include "Views in the 'Twin Lake Range'", "Views of Placer Gold Mining", and "Views between Fairplay and Argentine Pass".

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1 box

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Second Geological Expedition, Notes and Sources, 1878-1937. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

Consists of typed notes summarizing the 1878 expedition, along with published sources documenting the events.

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1 folder

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4 boxes

Sources and Notes, 1882-1963. 1 folder.
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Consists of typed notes summarizing the expedition, a clipping containing a group photograph, and archives correspondence.

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1 folder

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Preliminary Report upon the Princeton Scientific Expedition of 1882, by W. B. Scott and W. F. Magie, Princeton, 1882. 1 folder.
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1 folder

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Third Geological Expedition--Photographs, 1882. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

Photograph portrait of the expedition party, including W.B. Scott and W.F. Magie.

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1 folder

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Photographs: Set 1-56, dates not examined. 1 box.
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1 box

Photograph Album of Expedition, circa 1882. 1 box.
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1 box

Fourth Geological Expedition, Sources and Notes, 1884. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

Consists of typed notes summarizing the expedition and archives correspondence.

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1 folder

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Fifth Geological Expedition, Notes, 1885. 1 folder.
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Consists of a typed summary of the expedition.

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1 folder

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Sixth Geological Expedition, Sources and Notes, 1886. 1 folder.
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Consists of a typed summary of the expedition, a published article and archives correspondence.

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1 folder

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Hervey, Walter Lowrie, "Hervey. P.S.E. 186, LOG," Ms. journal. 26 June through 17 August, no year and covering letter, 26 June through 17 August. 1 folder.
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1 folder

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Edited typescript of above. Text altered, dates not examined. 1 folder.
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1 folder

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Princeton Scientific Expedition, 1886, Log by Walter Lowrie Hervey, Class of 1886, dates not examined. 1 folder.
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1 folder

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Sixth Geological Expedition--Photographs, 1886. 1 folder.
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1 folder

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Geological Expedition of 1886 Materials : Journal and Correspondence of Stewart Patton, Photographs, circa 1886. 1 box.
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1 box

Seventh Geological Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1889. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Journal of the Princeton Scientific Expedition of 1889, New York, 1891. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Photograph Album, Scientific Expedition, 1889. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

This album was previously mislabeled in this finding aid as an album of the 1877 expedition. Staff changed the date to 1889 in 2021, based on observations of the similarity between this album and identical photographs in the Rollins Collection (WC001).

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1 box

Eighth Geological Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1890. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Photograph album: "Princeton Scientific Expedition 1890.", dates not examined. 1 box.
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1 box

Typescript of Log Book of Expedition of 1890, Presented to W.B. Scott, circa 1890. 1 box.
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1 box

Ninth Geological Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1891. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Scott, W. B., The Princeton Scientific Expedition of 1891, no place, undated. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Photographs: 42 views, some duplicates, dates not examined. 1 box.
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1 box

Photographs: 42 views, some duplicates, dates not examined. 1 box.
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1 box

Photographs: 42 views, some duplicates, dates not examined. 1 box.
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1 box

Tenth Geological Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1893. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Photographs: Thirteen sheets with mounted photographs from the 1893 expedition to the Dakota Bad Lands, 1893. 1 box.
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1 box

Eleventh Geological Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1894. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Twelfth Geological Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1895. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Newsclippings from the Scheide photographic album, dates not examined. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Scheide Photograph album, dates not examined. 1 box.
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1 box

First Patagonian Geological Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1896. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Second Patagonian Geological Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1897. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Third Patagonian Geological Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1898. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Newfoundland Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1915. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Photograph album of Newfoundland trip, A.F.D. Buddington, 1913-1914. 1 folder.
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1 folder

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Photographs--Newfoundland Expedition, 1915. 1 folder.
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1 folder

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Twentieth-century Geological Expeditions, Archival description and notes, dates not examined. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Geological Expeditions, miscellaneous and unidentified photographs, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

This folder includes a photograph marked Gilbert Van Ingen, Views of Monegaw Springs, St. Clair, Ohio, as well as two 1899 photographs of Big Bad Lands, South Dakota, and six unlabeled and unmarked photographs.

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1 folder

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Correspondence of J.B. Hatcher to Prof. W.B. Scott, 1893-1902. 1 box.
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1 box

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No arrangement action taken or arrangement information not recorded at the time of processing.

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2 boxes

Mt. St. Elias Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1886. 1 folder.
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1 folder

News clippings, dates not examined. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Cuba Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1888. 1 folder.
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1 folder

First Gulf Stream and Labrador Current Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1889. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Second Gulf Stream and Labrador Current Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1890. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Sierra Madre, Mexico, Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1890. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Third Gulf Stream and Labrador Current Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1891. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Hawaii Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1893. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Newspaper clipping, dates not examined. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Peary Relief Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1894. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Enchanted Mesa Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1897. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Newspaper clippings, dates not examined. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Peary Relief Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1899. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Photograph album of Charles Freeman Williams McClure, Class of 1888, dates not examined. 1 box.
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1 box

Perkins Expedition to Alaska, Archival description and notes, 1907. 1 folder.
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1 folder

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No arrangement action taken or arrangement information not recorded at the time of processing.

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1 box

Arctic Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1899. 1 folder.
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1 folder

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No arrangement action taken or arrangement information not recorded at the time of processing.

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2 boxes

Panosoffkee Lake, Florida, Expedition, Archival description and notes, 1876. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Twentieth Century Expeditions, dates not examined. 1 folder.
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1 folder

Photographs of Archaeological and Unidentified Expeditions, 1995 and undated. 1 box.
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1 box

Arrangement

No arrangement action taken or arrangement information not recorded at the time of processing.

Scope and Contents

The reports describe the geography, ornithology, zoology, paleontology and botany of the region. This set is missing Volume IV, Part 3, Volume VI, Parts 2-5, and Volume 7, Parts 2-3.

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2 boxes

Volume I, Part 1 through Volume IV, Part 1, 1901. 1 box.
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1 box

Volume IV, Part 2 through Volume VIII, Part 5, Section 2, 1901. 1 box.
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1 box

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No arrangement action taken or arrangement information not recorded at the time of processing.

Scope and Contents

Geological survey glass plate and film negatives, some of which are nitrate film, that document expeditions to the American West and other locales.

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1 box

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73 items

1. South Dakota Badlands - Low badlands, 1920 June 30. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Looking towards Wall of Bad Lands from butte above camp east of Interior, S.D. Typical view of Low Badlands. Flat negative. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 400. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

2. South Dakota Badlands - Vampire Peak, 1920 June 30. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Vampire Peak from the west, Interior, S.D. Shows nodular layers. Flat negative. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 401. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

3. South Dakota Badlands - Cedar Pass section of wall, 1920 June 30. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Cedar Pass section of Wall of badlands from below. Very flat. Garde C." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 402. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

4. South Dakota Badlands - Section of the wall west of Cedar Pass from below, 1920 June 30. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Good-section of wall topography. Sky a little muddy. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 403. Other handwritten information relating to prints.

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1 item

5. South Dakota Badlands - Unconformity, 1920 July 1. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Unconformity between Pleistocene clays and Oreodon beds near camp at Interior. Flat negative. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 404. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

6. South Dakota Badlands - Inspiration Peak, 1920 July 1. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Inspiration Peak, near Interior, S.D., from the south. Duplication of Autochrome Plate 1. Very flat. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 405. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

7. Vampire Peak from east - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 1. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Vampire Peak, near Interior, S.D. from the east. Shows nodular bands well. Somewhat muddy sky. Duplication of Autochrome Plate 2. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 406. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

8. Section of wall east of Cedar Pass - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 1. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Section of Wall east of Cedar Pass, Interior, S.D. Shower lower nodular layer. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 407. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

9. Devil's Dune - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 2. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "The Devil's Dune, near Interior, S.D. from the South east. Shows nodular layers well. Sky somewhat muddy. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 408. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

10. South Dakota Badlands - Vampire Peak, 1920 July 2. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Vampire Peak from South East. Interior, S.D. Shows nodular layers well and also rough badlands topography. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 409. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

11. Up Cedar Pass - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 2. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Looking up Cedar Pass from among Cedars, near Interior, S.D. A trifle light struck. Fine subject. Grade A1. Suplication of Autochrome 4." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 410. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

12. Earthquake crack - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 2. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: " Earthquake crack filled with sandstone above Cedar Pass, Interior, S.D. Muddy sky, but good detail and interesting subject. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 411. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

13. Earthquakes cracks near Cedar Pass - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 2. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "View of Leptauchenia clays showing earthquake cracks near Cedar Pass. Interesting subject. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 412. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

14. White River badlands - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 2. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Looking into badlands of White River calley from just above Cedar Pass, interior, S.D. Duplication of Color Plate 5 Excellent subject. Grade A1." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 413. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

15. Wall - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 3. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Section of Wall from west of base of Vampire Peak, Interior, S.D. Blurred and indistinct. Grade C." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 414. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

16. Yucca flower - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 3. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Yucca flower in Cedar section of Cedar Pass. Excellent subject and negative. Grade A1." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 415. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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1 item

17. View from near Cedar Pass - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 3. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "View from near Cedar Pass east showing a portion of badlands with clouds, Interior, S.D. Excellent subject. About the best negative of the summer. Grade A1." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 416. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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18. Cedar Pass looking north - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 3. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "From Cedar Pass looking north along road in Leptauchenia and upper part of Oreodon beds. Good subject. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 417. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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19. Leptauchenia beds - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 3. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "View from Leptauchenia beds east of Cedar Pass showing Protoceras sandstone. Somewhat light struck.Fair subject. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 418. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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20. Cut along White River - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 4. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Titanotherium zone in cut along White River near Interior, S.D. Good subject. Grade A.." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 419. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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21. West of Cedar Pass - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 6. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Channel of Protoceras sandstone in Oreodon Clays on wall west of Cedar Pass, S.D. Very interesting geological subject. Grade A1." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 420. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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22. Perched boulder - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 6. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Perched boulder of Protoceras sandstone resembling a hat. An example of odd topography of the badlands. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 421. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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23. Cliff Swallow Canyon - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 6. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Cliff Swallow canyon in the Wall of the Badlands from observation point. Duplication of Color photo 6. Magnificent subject Grade A1." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 422. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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24. Cliff Swallow colony - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 6. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Cliff Swallow Colony in Cliff Swallow Canyon, near Saddle Pass, Interior, S.D. Colony of 300 or more nests on vertical wall of canyon. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 423. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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25. Wall near Saddle Pass - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 6. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Looking up Cliff Swallow Canyon from base below colony of nests. Fine subject typical of badland canyons. Grade A1." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 424. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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26. Cliff Swallow canyon - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 6. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Looking down Cliff Swallow canyon near mouth, Interior, S.D. Shows Upper tianotherium and lower Oreodon beds. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 425. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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27. Wall near Saddle Pass - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 6. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Section of wall near Saddle Pass with Titanotherium beds in foreground. Interesting section, but rather flat negative. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 426. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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28. Channel sandstone - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 16. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Channel sandstone at base of Oreodon beds near head of Indian Creek canyon. Dull negative. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 429. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger. Note: negative broken, missing a piece.

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29. Nodular areas - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 17. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Distance view of nodules with Entelodon skull showing Entelodon Peak in the background. A little blurred. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 431. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger. Note: negative in broken in two pieces, a third piece missing.

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30. South Dakota Badlands - creek valley, 1920 July 25. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Typical view of titanotherium beds on east branch of Indian Creek near black shack. Typical creek valley in the badlands. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 432. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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31. Cedar Pass looking north - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 25. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Cross bedding on a large scale in Titanotherium channel sandstone, east branch of Indian Creek, Scenic, S.D. Typical of much stream channel cross bedding. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 433. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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32. East branch of Indian Creek - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 25. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "View of a large channel in titanotherium beds opposite Black shack, east branch of Indian Creek. Typical section of titanotherium beds in Indian Creek valley. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 434. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger. Note: plate fractured, missing a piece.

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33. Indian Creek Valley - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 25. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Valley of Indian Creek showing topography of Titanotherium beds, Scenic, S.D. Indian Creek is typical of big creek valleys of the badlands. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 435. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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34. Indian Creek Valley - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 25. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Large butte along main branch of Indian Creek showing unconformity between of [sic] Pierre Shale and Titanotherium beds. Good example of tertiary crotaeous contact. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 436. Princeton student geological and Paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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35. Indian Creek Valley - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 July 25. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Late afternoon view of Indian Creek badlands showing badland topography emphasized by shadows. Good general view of titanotherium badlands. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 437. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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36. Nodular areas - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 3. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Good development of brown nodules near Oreodon skeleton in valley of Bear Creek south of Scenic. Very typical of nodular areas prospected. Grade A 1." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 441. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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37. Leptauchenia beds in Indian Creek canyon - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 4. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Leptauchenia beds in Indian Creek canyon, Sheep Mountain, showing vertical weathering. Duplication of autochrome plate 7. Fine subject of peculiar vertical character of character of upper beds of Sheep Mountain. Grade A1." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 443. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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38. Sheep Mountain from top - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 4. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "View in Indian Creek canyons of Sheep Mountain from the top. Typical grand canyon of Sheep Mountain. Grade A1." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 444. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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39. Clay in Indian Creek - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 5. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Brilliane colored clays in lower titanotherium beds in the valley of Indian Creek near camp. Duplication of last autochrome plate, 9. Very remarkable color subject. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 446. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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40. South Dakota Badlands - Spring Creek pocket, 1920 August 11. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "General view of nodules in Spring Creek Pocket. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 449. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920.

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41. Entelodon peak - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 11. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Entelodon peak area from the south and of Hart Table. Shows whole of rich Entelodon peak pocket. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 450. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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42. Middle and Upper Oreodon beds - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 14. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Middle and Upper Oreodon beds near divide between Bear Creek and Jones Creek east of Scenic. Blurred negative. Grade C." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 451. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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43. South Dakota Badlands - color banding, 1920 August 15. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "View from Hart Table near camp showing color banding of lower oreodon beds and channel cutting the red layer. Typical illustration of color banding in the clays of badland formations. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 452. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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44. Red Layer - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 15. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "View of edge of Hart Table showing Red Layer and Upper Titanotherium beds. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 453. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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45. Lower titanotherium beds - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 15. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Lower titanotherium beds of north branch of Indian Creek on Malloy's road below Camp. Blurred negative. Good subject. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 454. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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46. Edge of Hart Table - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 15. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Contiuation to south of 455, showing edge of Hart Table. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 456. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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47. South Dakota Badlands - Sheep Mountain, 1920 August 16. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "First section of panorama of east end of Sheep Mountain. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 457. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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48. Sheep Mountain - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 16. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Second section of panorama of the east end of Sheep Mountain. Blurred. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 458. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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49. Sheep Mountain - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 16. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Third section of panorama of the east end of Sheep Mountain. Blurred. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 459. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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50. Pinnacles and spires - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 16. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Pinnacles and spires of east part of Sheep Mountain from nodules of Upper nodular layer. Fine subject, but blurred negative. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 460. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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51. Leptauchenia clays - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 16. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Vertical cleavage of Leptauchenia clays in white river canyon of Sheep Mountain from below. Somewhat burred. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 462. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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52. Sheep Mountain - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 16. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Isloated pinnacles at east end of Sheep Mountain. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 462. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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53. Lower Titanotherium layer - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 17. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Bright colored beds of Lower Titanotherium layer from edge of Hart Table about a mile west of ca[mp.] Shows valley of Indian Creek with Chemenee River in the distance. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 464. Princeton student geological andpaleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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54. Valley of Indian Creek - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 17. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "First section of a panorama of the valley of Indian Creek, from the edge of Hart Table. From where Bowen's road goes down. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 466. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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55. Canyon - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 17. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Canyon of a branch of Indian Creek in Pierre Shale capped by titanotherium beds. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 466. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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56. South Dakota Badlands - Canyon near Sheep Mountain, 1920 August 18. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Canyon at north end of Sheep Mountain up which Hynz's road goes. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 468. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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57. Valley of Indian Creek - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 18. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Valley of Indian Creek from near Hynz's homestead. Flat and somewhat blurred. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 469. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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58. Big canyon in Indian Creek - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 18. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Big canyon in Indian Creek from Sheep Mountain north of Stony Pass. Shows vertical weathering and white ash layers well. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 470. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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59. Stony Pass - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 18. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "White ash layer at top of Leptauchenia beds in Stony Pass, Sheep Mountain. Grabe B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 471. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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60. Sheep Mountain - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 18. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Vertical weathering canyons of Leptauchenia beds at extreme east end of Sheep Mountain. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 473. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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61. Scenic, South Dakota, 1920 August 19. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of a town in the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Main Street, Scenic, S.D. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 476. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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62. Scenic, South Dakota, 1920 August 20. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Distant view of a town in the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Scenic, S.D. from butte about a half mile from town. Very flat. Grade B." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 477. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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63. Rapid City, South Dakota, 1920 August 13. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of a town in the South Dakota Badlands.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "North section of Rapid City, seen from Hangman's Hill west of the town. Other two sections of panorama did not come out. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 478. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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64. South Dakota Badlands - "South from summit...", 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Landscape of mountains in the South Dakota Badlands. Copy of original envelope has the following hand-written information: "Sinclair. South from summmit [illegible]. Negative N.G., intensify" and the name "George? (Olsen)" crossed out. One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922

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65. South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: "Sinclair" and [illegible] Unitas Mts. Negative N.G.". One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

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66. South Dakota Badlands - Rocky outcrop, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Distant view of a rocky outcrop in the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopied envelope has the hand-written intials "W.J.S." along with "80" and "14." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

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67. South Dakota Badlands - [White River] plain, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of a rocky plain in the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopied envelope has the hand-written name "Sinclair" along with what appears to read "White River [illegible]." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

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68. Chimneys - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: "Sinclair" and "Chimneys" along with another word that is illegible. One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

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69. South Dakota Badlands - an overlook and cliff, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of a cliff and an overlook in the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopied envelope reads "Sinclair" and "Uuio[?] layer." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

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70. South Dakota Badlands - Red Canyon, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of a cliff and an overlook in the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopied envelope reads "Sinclair," "Red Cañon" and "N.G." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

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71. Sage Creek spring - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: "Sinclair" and "Sa[ge] Creek Spring [illegible]." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922.

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72. South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: "Sinclair" and "Slip in [illegible]." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922.

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73. South Dakota Badlands - a long view, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Long view of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopied envelope reads "W.J.S" and "2." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

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74. Party members on Hangman's Hill - South Dakota Badlands, 1920 August 21. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Three figures stand atop a rocky outcrop, apparently Mrs. Harold R. Wanless, and probably George Wiggan and Walter Dew. Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: "Hangman's Hill, west of Rapid City, S.D. Grade A." along with other technical notes about exposure and type of lens. Negative number 479. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger.

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75. Metamynodon channel - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 486. Metamynodon channel 1/4 mile east of camp in Corral Draw, looking north. Stratigraphic note 8. Shows relations with Oreodon beds." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

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76. Indian Stronghold butte - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 488. Section of divide between Big and Little Corral Draws, showing titanothere channel in the foreground and Metamynodon channel on the sky line. Stratigraphic note 7." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

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77. Indian Stronghold butte - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 489. Indian Stronghold butte, a high butte near head of Quinn Draw, connected with Cooney Table. Cedar trees near top are along divide between Oreodon and Lepauchenia Beds." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

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78. head of Corral Draw - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 490. Section at the head of Corral Draw, showing Metamyhodon Channel in foreground, (Stratigraphic note 10) and section of Oreodon beds in background capped by Protoceras sandstone (Stratigraphic note 11)." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

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79. Algal limestone - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 491. Solid sheet of algal limestone just above the Lower Nodular Layer, in Little Corral Draw, northwest of Cottonwood Pass. Stratigraphic note 6." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger. Note: Negative is broken in pieces, some missing.

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80. Camp site on Hart Table - South Dakota Badlands, 1920. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the expedition in the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 492. Camp site on Hart Table, 1921, with George Wiggan, Walter Dew, and Mrs. Wanless." Mrs. Wanless, wife of Harold R. Wanless. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1920. Title constructed by cataloger. Note: fractured in three pieces, one piece missing. Typed date strongly considered in error by cataloger.

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81. Canyon of Spring Creek - Black Hills, South Dakota, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Black Hills. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 493. A canyon of Spring Creek seen from the needles above Sylvan Lake, Black Hills, South Dakota" One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

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82. Corner of Sheep Mountain - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 494. The southwest corner of Sheep Mountain, seen from a distance of a mile or more from Cottonwood Basin." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

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83. View from top of Mr. Roosevelt, Black Hills, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the Black Hills, South Dakota. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 495. View from top of Mt. Roosevelt, Deadwood, Black Hills, South Dakota." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Note: plate is fractured.

Physical Description

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84. Granite near Sylvan Lake, Black Hills, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of granite blocks near Sylvan Lake in the Black Hills, South Dakota. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 496. Huge masses of granite near Sylvan Lake, Black Hills, South Dakota." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological exView of granite blocks near Sylvan Lake in the Black Hills, South Dakota. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 496. Huge masses of granite near Sylvan Lake, Black Hills, South Dakota." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922.

Physical Description

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85. Sylvan Lake, Black Hills, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the Sylvan Lake in the Black Hills, South Dakota. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 497. Sylvan Lake, Black Hills, South Dakota." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922.

Physical Description

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86. Cactus - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 498. Cactus, Corral Draw, Badlands, South Dakota." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

87. Granite masses near Sylvan Lake - Black Hills, South Dakota, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Black Hills. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 499. Vertical weathering granite masses near Sylvan Lake, Black Hills, South Dakota" One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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88. Mud nests of cliff swallows - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 500. Mud nests of Cliff Swallows, Corral Draw, Bad Lands, South Dakota." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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89. Butte covered in fossils - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 501. Surface of a butte covered with bones of a titanotherium, of which the lower jaw was collected. Indian Creek, Bad Lands, South Dakota." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

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90. Sandstone at the head of Corral Draw - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 502. Narrow channel of Metamynodon sandstone at the head of Corral Draw, showing crossing of modern channel of Corral Draw. Section of Oreodon beds capped by Protoceras sandstone shows in the background. Stratigraphic note 10." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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91. South Dakota Badlands - sandstone, 1920-1923. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Typed remarks on photocopied envelope read: "Main channel of Metamynodon sandstone, near head of Corral Draw, and section of Oreodon beds above it, capped by Protoceras sandstone. Stratigraphic note 9." Negative number 503. One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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92. Nodule field - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 504. Nodule field of lower nodular layer near Cottonwood Pass in Corral Draw basin." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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93. Indian Creek near Hart Table - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 505. Late afternoon view of a section of titanothere beds in Indian Creek near Hart Table." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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94. Valley of Bear Creek - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 506. Valley of Bear Creek, showing the development of 4 stream terraces, perhaos by climate cycles. Near 71 Table." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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95. Sage Creek - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 510. Valley of Sage Creek from Quinn Table." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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96. Spearfish Canyon - Black Hills, South Dakota, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Spearfish Canyon in the South Dakota Black Hills. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 513. Upper part of Spearfish Canyon, near Elmore, South Dakota." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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97. Sylvan Lake - Black Hills, South Dakota, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 514. Sylvan Lake, South Dakota, showing vertical granite blocks coming right to edge of Lake." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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98. Spring Creek canyon - Black Hills, South Dakota, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Black Hills. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 515. Upper part of Spearfish Canyon, near Elmore, South Dakota. Black Hills." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

99. Spodumene crystal - Black Hills, South Dakota, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View in the South Dakota Black Hills. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 516. Spodumene crystal in Etta Mine with Walter Dew standing along side for comparison of size. Keystone, South Dakota." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

100. Etta Mine - Black Hills, South Dakota, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View in the South Dakota Black Hills. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 517. Quarry face of Etta Mine, Keystone, South Dakota, showing tremendous sized spodumene crystals, with Walter Dew standing on ledge for comparison." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

101. Bear Creek valley - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 518. Pleistocene alluvium or loss in valley of Bear Creek, near 71 Table." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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102. Bear Creek, near Kuba Table - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 520. Bright colored clays of lower titanothere beds containing nodules with cone-in-cone structure, with remanie fossils. Bear Creek, near Kuba Table. Stratigraphic note 2." One

Physical Description

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103. Bear Creek valley - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 521. Valley of Sage Creek from top of Quinn Table. Typical Pierre Shale valley." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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104. Road, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A road, covered in planks near the foreground, into an identified grasslands. Copy of original envelope has hand-written text that reads: " 525. Sinclair." Most likely taken on one of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922.

Physical Description

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105. Pick axe, rock bed, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Photograph of a pick axe on a rock bed. Two photocopied envelopes misplaced within box, one of which may correspond to image. Text reads: " 526. Part of the valley of Indian Creek from Hart Table by Late afternoon light" referring to the South Dakota Badlands. Other text reads: " 10. El Capitan (summit of cliff) looking West" referring to the Yosemite Valley in California. More likely the former. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University.

Physical Description

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106. Indian Creek badlands- South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 527. Titanothere badlands of Indian Creek from edge of Hart Table, by late afternoon light." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Note: negative is broken with piece missing.

Physical Description

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107. Sylvan Lake - Black Hills, South Dakota, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 528. Sylvan Lake from granite blocks east of the Lake, Black Hills, South Dakota." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger. Note: plate is fractured.

Physical Description

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108. Granite needle - Black Hills, South Dakota, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Granite needle in the South Dakota Black Hills. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 529. Granite needle [lost text] the new Needle's Eye Tunnel [near] Sylvan Lake, South Dakota." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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109. Homestake Mine, Lead City, South Dakota, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the Homestake Mine, a goldmine in Lead City (modern-day: Lead), South Dakota.Typed remarks on photocopied envelope include: " 530. Homestake mine open cut, Lead City, South Dakota." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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110. Spring Creek canyon - Black Hills, South Dakota, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Black Hills. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 532. View of a canyon of Spring Creek, from the needles above Sylvan Lake. Black Hills, South Dakota." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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111. White River valley - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 534. A big area of White River valley badlands seen from the top of Sheep Mountain, showing Oreodon and Leptauchenia beds." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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112. North of Stony Pass - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 536. A big canyon cutting the Leptauchonia and Oreodon Beds of Sheep Mountain, just north of Stony Pass." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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113. South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 537. School of Mines Canyon, Sheep Mountain, showing vertical and nodular weathering of Leptauchenia beds." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

114. Sheep Mountain - South Dakota Badlands, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of the South Dakota Badlands. Photocopy of original envelope reads: " 541. The southwest corner of Sheep Mountain as seen from Cottonwood basin about 2 miles away." One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

Physical Description

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188. South Dakota Badlands - Party member near automobile, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

An expedition party member, possibly William Sinclair, stands by an automobile on the side of the road. The number "1" is handwritten on negative; negative is torn and missing a piece. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

189. South Dakota Badlands - Automobile, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

An automobile on the side of the road. "1922 2" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

190. South Dakota Badlands - A road, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A road, presumably in South Dakota. "1922 3" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

191. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A general view of The Badlands. "1922 4" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

192. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A general view of The Badlands. "1922 5" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

193. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A general view of The Badlands showing stratification in a rock wall. "1922 16" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

194. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A general view of The Badlands. Blurry image. "1922 17" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

195. South Dakota Badlands - Expedition party member, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

An expedition party member, likely Harold R. Wanless, holding pickaxe. "1922 18" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

196. South Dakota Badlands - Pickaxe on rock bed, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A pickaxe on rock bed, perhaps to show scale. "1922 19" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

197. South Dakota Badlands - Pickaxe on rock bed, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A pickaxe on rock bed, perhaps to show scale. "1922 20" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

198. South Dakota Badlands - Expedition at work, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Two party members explore a rocky incline."1922 20" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

199. South Dakota Badlands - Rock wall, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

View of a wall of rock."1922 23" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

200. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

general view of The Badlands."1922 25" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

201. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of The Badlands."1922 25" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

202. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of the grasslands."19------6" is handwritten on negative, believed to read '1922 26'. Negative is torn with a piece missing. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

203. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of the grasslands."1922 27" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

204. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of The Badlands."1922 28" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

205. South Dakota Badlands - Party member hiking, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A distant view of a party member hiking in The Badlands."1922 29" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

206. South Dakota Badlands - Hat near fault, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A hat lays near a fault line, or some other variation in the ground."1922 30" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

207. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of The Badlands."1922 31" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

208. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of The Badlands."1922 34" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

209. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of The Badlands."1922 35" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

210. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of The Badlands."1922 36" is handwritten on negative. Negative is torn. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

211. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of The Badlands."1922 37" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

212. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of The Badlands."1922 38" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

213. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of The Badlands."1922 40" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

214. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of The Badlands."1922 41" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

215. South Dakota Badlands - Close-up of rock, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A close-up view of a rock formation."1922 42" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

216. South Dakota Badlands - Rock tower, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

View of a rock formation."1922 43" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

217. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of The Badlands."1922 44" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

218. South Dakota Badlands, 1922. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

General view of The Badlands."1922 45" is handwritten on negative. Princeton student geological and paleontological expedition led by Professor William J. Sinclair in the summer of 1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 box

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123. Map of the Yosemite Vallery, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Photograph of a topographical map of the Yosemite Vallery, engraved 1907. Most likely taken on, or as the result of, a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University.

Physical Description

1 item

124. North Dome and Royal Arches, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 1. North Dome + Royal Arches, Yosemite Va. From near Curry's." Number "1" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University.

Physical Description

1 item

125. Half Dome, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 2. South or Half Dome, from near Curry's, looking up Tenaya Cr., Yosemite Valley." Number "2" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

126. Yosemite Falls, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 3. Yosemite Fall, looking N.W. from near Curry's." Number "3" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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127. Yosemite Falls, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 4. Yosemite Fall, from point about 200 ft. S.W. of Chapel, Yosemite Valley." Number "4" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

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128. Yosemite Falls, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 5. Yosemite Fall, from point opposite on S. side of Merced R." Number "5" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

129. Three Brothers, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 6. The Three Brothers, Yosemite Valley, seen from S. side of Merced R." Number "6" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

130. Merced River, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 7. Yosemite Valley, looking up Merced R. from point opposite El Capitan." Number "7" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

131. El Capitan, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 9. El Capitan, Yosemite Valley, looking W. from near base." Number "9" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Note: negative fractured with piece missing.

Physical Description

1 item

132. Cathedral Spires, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 11. Cathedral Spires, Yosemite Valley, looking S. from N. side of river." Number "11" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title constructed by cataloger.

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133. Cliffs between Cathedral Spires and Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 12. Cliffs between Cathedral Spires and Bridal Veil Falls." Number "12" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

134. Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 13. Bridal Veil Fall, Yosemite Valley, looking S. across river." Number "13" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

135. Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 14. Bridal Veil Fall, Yosemite Valley. Better negative than 17." Number "14" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger. Note: fractured with piece missing.

Physical Description

1 item

136. Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 15. Yosemite Valley, from Artist's Point." Number "15" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University.

Physical Description

1 item

137. El Capitan and Ribbon Falls, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 16. El Capitan + Ribbon Falls, from Artists Point, Yosemite Valley." Number "16" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University.

Physical Description

1 item

138. Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 17. Bridal Veil Fall, Yosemite Valley. Same subject as 14." Number "17" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University.

Physical Description

1 item

139. Bridal Veil Falls, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 18. Bridal Veil Fall, as seen from Wamona Road, near base of fall. Yosemite Va." Number "18" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

140. North face of Half Dome, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 19. N. face of South or Half Dome, as seen from Mirror Lake, Yosemite Valley." Number "19" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

141. North Dome, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 20. North Dome. Looking down Merced R. from Bridge below Happy Isles, Yosemite Valley." Number "20" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological

Physical Description

1 item

142. Liberty Cap, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 21. Liberty cap, from Emerald Pool, looking N.E." Number "21" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

143. Nevada Falls, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 22. Nevada Fall, Yosemite Valley, Cal." Number "22" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

144. Vernal Fall, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 23. Vernal Fall, looking upstream from bridge on trail." Number "23" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

145. Vernal Fall, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 24. Vernal Fall, near base." Number "24" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

146. Glacier Point Cliffs, Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 25. Glacier Point Cliffs, Yosemite Valley, looking S. from point directly opposite N. side of river." Number "25" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

147. Glaciated surfaces in Yosemite Valley, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of the Yosemite Valley, California. Copy of hand-written notes on envelope reads: " 29. Glaciated surfaces at top pf Nevada Fa[ult], Yosemite Valley, Cal. View looking E[ast]. Glaciation preserved on aplite dike. Name of same visitor on surface in middle ground on left." Number "29" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

148. Colorado peak?, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of a mountain, most likely in Colorado, possibly near Seven Falls Park. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Inventory number "30" written twice on the negative.

Physical Description

1 item

149. Bright Angel Trail - Colorado Cañon (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view from within The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads:" 31. Contact between Aubrey Limestone and Cross-bedded Sandstone. Bright Angel Trail, Colorado Canon." Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

150. Grand Canyon, circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

What is very likely a view of The Grand Canyon. Number "32" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

151. Granite Cañon (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads:" 33. Looking down 'granite canon' from Tonto esplanade, west of Bright Angel trail. Tower of Set in distance on right." Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

152. Faults (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads:" 34. Faults between Bright Angel and Trinity Creeks. Colorado Canon." Number "34" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

153. Mouth of Bright Angel Creek (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 35. Contorted Vishnu with overlying unconformable Unkar. Mouth of Bright Angel Cr. Colorado Canon." Additional hand-written comments read " 35 is better negative." Number "36" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

154. Mouth of Bright Angel Creek (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 35. Contorted Vishnu and Unkar uncon. Above. Mouth of Bright Angel Cr. Colorado Canon." Additional handwritten comments read "(good dense negative) 36 is thin." Number "35" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

155. Limestone (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 37. Red Wall limestone. East side of Bright Angel Trail." Number "37" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

156. East Kaibab flexure (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 38. East Kaibab Flexure from Grand View trail above Copper Mine Spur. Colorado Canon." Number "38" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger. Note: GLASS NEGATIVE IS BROKEN.

Physical Description

1 item

157. (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A long view of The Grand Canyon. Number "39" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

158. Maricopa Point (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 40. Section at Maricopa Point, looking west." Number "40" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

159. Bright Angel Creek and temples (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 41. Bright Angel Creek and Temples adjacent from Yavapai Point." Additional hand-written notes read: "(shows flexed and faulted Unkar, resting on Vishnu and unconformable below the Tonto)" Number "41" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

160. Base of Temple of Vishnu (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 42. Double unconformity at base of Vishnu's Temple. Colorado Canon." Number "44" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

161. Base of Vishnu's Temple (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 43. Unconformity at base of Vishnu's Temple. Colorado Canon."Number "43" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

162. Base of Temple of Vishnu (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 44. Pre-Cambrian Unconformities at base of Temple of Vishnu, opposite Congress Canon. Colorado Canon." Number "44" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

163. Up the Colorado River from Tonto rim (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 46. Looking up Colorado R. from Tonto rim below Congress Canon showing the great Unconformity. (denser neg.)"Number "46" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title constructed by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

164. Colorado River (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 47. Looking up Colorado R. from Tonto rim below Congress Canon showing the great unconformity. (thinner neg.)" Number "47" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

165. Mouth of Congress Canyon (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 49. Great Pre- Cambrian Unconformity mouth of Congress Canon, Colorado Canon."Number "49" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger. Note: negative broken and fractured with large piece missing.

Physical Description

1 item

166. East Kaibab flexure (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 51. East Kaibab flexure looking N.W. from Copper Mine Spur Colorado Canon." Number "51" written on negative itself. Number "21" also written on negative. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

167. East Kaibab flexure (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 52. East Kaibab flexure from near Grand View Pt., on rim trail. Flexed beds in middle distance are Aubrey limestone." Number "52" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

168. East Kaibab flexure (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 53. East Kaibab flexure from Grand View Point." Number "53" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

169. Colorado River from Grand View Point (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 54. Looking up Colorado R. from Grand View Pt." Number "54" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

170. East Kaibab flexure (The Grand Canyon), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of The Grand Canyon. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 55. East Kaibab flexure looking east from Grand View Point." Number "55" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

171. Petrified log, Adamana (The Petrified Forest), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of a log in The Petrified Forest near the now extinct town of Adamana, Arizona. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 56. Log in place in conglomerate, first forest. Adamana." Number "56" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

172. Petrified logs, Adamana (The Petrified Forest), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of logs and rocky outcrop in The Petrified Forest near the now extinct town of Adamana, Arizona. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 57. View in first forest showing petrified logs and sections of logs." Handwirtten: "Adamana." Number "57" written on negative itself, along with "28." Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

173. Flattened log, Adamana (The Petrified Forest), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of a flattened log in The Petrified Forest near the now extinct town of Adamana, Arizona. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 58. Petrified log. Petrified forest. Adamana." Number "58" and "29" written in opposite corners on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

174. Superposed logs, Adamana (The Petrified Forest), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of logs in The Petrified Forest near the now extinct town of Adamana, Arizona. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 59. Superposed logs, second forest, Adamana." Number "59" written on negative itself; sky masked with tape. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

175. Petrified logs, Adamana (The Petrified Forest), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of logs in The Petrified Forest near the now extinct town of Adamana, Arizona. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 60. Petrified log. Second forest. Adamana." Number "60" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

176. Prostrate tree, Adamana (The Petrified Forest), circa 1907. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of logs in The Petrified Forest near the now extinct town of Adamana, Arizona. Copy of typed envelope reads: " 61. Prostrate tree. North forest Adamana." Below, hand-written: "(Trunks silicified)." Additional hand-written comments: "Mac Clintock, 2 of each, [illegible]" referring to Princeton University Professor of Geology Paul Mac Clintock. Number "61" written on negative itself. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied in part by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

Physical Description

7 items

177. Seven Falls Park, Colorado (?), undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of a waterfall, possibly in Seven Falls Park, Colorado. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University.

Physical Description

1 item

178. Illustrations of the Prejvalsky horse, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Captioned illustration of a rare horse, very likely the animals (fossils) being sought, or found, in the midst of a geological expedition to the American West; perhaps South Dakota. Photocopied envelope with hand-writing reads: "Prejvalski horse." Most likely taken on, or as the result of, a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University.

Physical Description

1 item

179. Seven Falls?, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Possibly a view of Seven Falls park in Colorado. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University.

Physical Description

1 item

180. Seven Falls?, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Possibly a view of Seven Falls park in Colorado. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University.

Physical Description

1 item

181. Colorado rock face?, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of a rock face, most likely in Colorado, possibly near Seven Falls Park. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University.

Physical Description

1 item

182. Colorado rock face?, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of a rock face, possibly in Seven Falls Park, Colorado. Most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University.

Physical Description

1 item

183. Illustrations of pre-historic fish, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Illustrations of prehistoric fish, very likely the animals (fossils) being sought, or found, in the midst of a geological expedition to the American West; perhaps Colorado. Most likely taken on, or as the result of, a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University.

Physical Description

1 item

Physical Description

8 items

115. South Dakota Badlands - rocky slope, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Glass plate negative showing a rocky slope in the South Dakota Badlands. One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

116. South Dakota Badlands (?), 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Very likely a view of the South Dakota Badlands. One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922.

Physical Description

1 item

117. South Dakota Badlands - man hiking on rocky outcrop, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Distant view of a man hiking on a rocky wall in the South Dakota Badlands. One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

118. South Dakota Badlands - rocky plain, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of a rocky plain in the South Dakota Badlands. One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

119. South Dakota Badlands - an overlook, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

View of a cliff and an overlook in the South Dakota Badlands. One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

120. Blurry landscape, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A poor view of what is very likely the South Dakota Badlands. One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

121. Blurry landscape, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A very poor view of what is very likely the South Dakota Badlands. One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

122. South Dakota Badlands - a long view?, 1920-1922. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Long view of what is very likely the South Dakota Badlands. One of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

Physical Description

43 items

188. Unidentified landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified landscape, presumably taken somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

189. Tent and family, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A woman and child inside a field tent, presumably taken somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

190. Street with houses and delivery cart, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A domestic street scene presumably somewhere in the American West; trolley tracks, electric poles and a horse-drawn delivery cart. Most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

191. Unidentified homestead, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A homestead, possibly a farm, presumably somewhere in the American West; a few buildings, people, and horse-drawn carriage. Most likely taken on or as part of a facultyled geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

192. Unidentified flowers, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A photograph of a flower, presumably somewhere in the American West; a domestic looking building is in the background. Most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

193. Camping, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A sleeping person bundled in a sleeping bag in what is the middle of a field camp, presumably taken somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

194. South Dakota Badlands?, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

What appears to be the South Dakota Badlands, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

195. Unidentified landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified landscape, presumably taken somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

196. Unidentified landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified landscape, presumably taken somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

197. Unidentified river, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified river, presumably taken somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

198. Unidentified river, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified river, presumably taken somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

199. Unidentified river, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified river, presumably taken somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

200. Unidentified forested landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified landscape, presumably taken somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

201. Rock face - South Dakota Badlands?, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

What appears to be the South Dakota Badlands, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

202. Unidentified river, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified river, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

203. Unidentified forested landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified landscape, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

204. Unidentified forested landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified landscape, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

205. Unidentified forested landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified landscape, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

206. Unidentified forested landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified landscape, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills or the Badlands in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

207. Unidentified river, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified river, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

208. Unidentified waterfall, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified waterfall, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

209. Unidentified river valley, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified river running through a valley, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

210. Unidentified forested landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified landscape, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

211. Group camp in an unidentified landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A distant view of a campsite in an unidentified landscape, presumably taken somewhere in the American West, most likely on a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

212. Camp in an unidentified forest, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of a few figures making camp near a tent in a campsite in an unidentified forest, presumably taken somewhere in the American West, most likely on a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

213. farm, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A view of a large farm, hay in bundles, presumably taken somewhere in the American West, most likely on a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

214. Unidentified river, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified river, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

215. Unidentified river, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified river, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

216. Unidentified forested landscape with train tracks, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified mountainous landscape with train tracks running through it, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

217. Steam train across a tressel, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Distant view of a steam train pulling cars across a steel tressel, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

218. Unidentified forested landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified landscape, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

219. Unidentified forested landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified landscape, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

220. Unidentified forested landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified mountainous landscape, presumably somewhere in the American West, with a woman sitting to the left and next to what appears to be an information plaque. Most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

221. Portrait of an unidentified woman, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Portrait of an unidentified woman sitting in a chair. No other contexual information available.

Physical Description

1 item

222. Unidentified forested landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified landscape, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

223. Unidentified river, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified river, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

224. Unidentified forested landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified mountainous landscape, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

225. Unidentified forested landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified mountainous landscape with a few small structures, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

226. Unidentified waterfall, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified waterfall, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

227. Oncoming steamtrain, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Close view of an approaching steamtrain taken from a parallel set of tracks. Presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

228. Unidentified river, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified river, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

229. Unidentified forested landscape, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

Unidentified landscape, presumably somewhere in the American West, most likely taken on or as part of a faculty-led geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Context suggests it may be the Black Hills in South Dakota. Title supplied b

Physical Description

1 item

230. Plowing, town in the background, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A farmer apparently plows his field with a horse-drawn plow. A small town is visible in the distance. Title supplied by cataloger.

Physical Description

1 item

184. Rocky river or lake bank, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A rocky shoreline on what may be a large river or a lake, most likely taken on a geological expedition under the aegis of Princeton University. Collections context suggests it may be California, Colorado or the South Dakota Badlands.

Physical Description

1 item

185. Rock in grasslands, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

What appears to be a rocky patch of grasslands. Most likely taken on one of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922.

Physical Description

1 item

186. Road, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

A road, covered in planks near the foreground, into an identified grasslands.Most likely taken on one of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922.

Physical Description

1 item

187. Grasslands, undated. 1 item.
Scope and Contents

An identified grasslands. Most likely taken on one of three Princeton student geological and paleontological expeditions to the Badlands led by Professor William J. Sinclair between 1920-1922.

Physical Description

1 item

231-244. Series 7: Geological Survey Glass Plate and Film Negatives, dates not examined. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

245-259. Series 7: Geological Survey Glass Plate and Film Negatives, dates not examined. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

260-274. Series 7: Geological Survey Glass Plate and Film Negatives, dates not examined. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

275-289. Series 7: Geological Survey Glass Plate and Film Negatives, dates not examined. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

290-305. Series 7: Geological Survey Glass Plate and Film Negatives, dates not examined. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

306-319. Series 7: Geological Survey Glass Plate and Film Negatives, dates not examined. 1 item.
Physical Description

1 item

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