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Thumbnail Object Title Description Collectionsort descending
image thumbnail View of the valley of Joe Creek. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "View up the valley of Joe Creek from north slope of its valley or south slope of Slide Mountain. July 24, 1911." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Quartzite ridge. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "Quartzite ridge that forms south divide of north branch of Aspen creek. Taken from 4860 top on west edge of mapped strip looking west magnetic. July 13, 1912." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail North bank of Joe Creek. Image location unidentified. Image appears nearly identical to uaa-hmc-0166-b1-17-3-1. Caption for that image reads: "Folded limestones on north bank of Joe Creek approximately at crossing of 141st meridian. Swagerina zone fossils are contained in these strats. See detail 3-2. July 23, 1911." Image referenced in caption is uaa-hmc-0166-b1-17-3-2. A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail View up the valley of Joe Creek. Image appears identical to uaa-hmc-0166-b1-23-3-9. Caption on that image reads: "View up the valley of Joe Creek from north slope of its valley or south slope of Slide Mountain. July 24, 1911." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Reaburn's pack train. Image appears identical to uaa-hmc-0166-b1-19-173. The caption for that image reads: "Reaburn's pack train crossing a flood plain ice sheet on Joe Creek about 5 miles west from 141st meridian. July 23, 1911." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Dike intruded along strike in phyllite schists. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "Dike intruded along strike in phyllite schists on upper part of north branch of Aspen Creek. July 13, 1912." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Reaburn's pack train. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "Reaburn's pack train crossing a flood plain ice sheet on Joe Creek about 5 miles west from 141st meridian. July 23, 1911." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Western slope of limestone mountain. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "Western slope of limestone mountain on the north bank of Joe Creek halfway between monuments 17 and 18. Strats are closely folded with steep dips many being vertical. July 7, 1912." Annotations to the right of the image include an arrow pointing at the creek running horizontal about 1/3 the way up from the bottom labeled Camp Cr. and one on the diagonal below that labeled Joe Creek. A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Overthrust folding of minor magnitude in limestones. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "Overthrust folding of minor magnitude in limestones on north bank of Joe Creek at mouth of north-side gulch 1/2 mile west from 141st meridian. Swagerina locality. July 7, 1912." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Panorama of the north slope of ridge of monument No. 5. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "Panorama of the north slope of ridge of monument No. 5 across the headwater basin of Craig Creek. Shows the north contact of the gray Carboniferous limestone, that form the synclinal ridge of monument No. 5." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Panorama of the north slope of ridge of monument No. 5. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "Panorama of the north slope of ridge of monument No. 5 across the headwater basin of Craig Creek. Shows the north contact of the gray Carboniferous limestone, that form the synclinal ridge of monument No. 5." To the right of the image are several annotations. At the upper ridge line: "Carboniferous lss of ridge #5." Close to the dotted lines drawn just about the center right of the image: "Lower Carboniferous black shales - with Stigmarin scars." At the lower right: "Eherty limestones with slates." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail North slope of ridge of monument No. 5. Image appears identical to a portion of panoramic image uaa-hmc-0166-b1-95-9-4-9-6. Caption for that image reads: "Panorama of the north slope of ridge of monument No. 5 across the headwater basin of Craig Creek. Shows the north contact of the gray Carboniferous limestone, that form the synclinal ridge of monument No. 5." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Panorama of the valley of Joe Creek. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "Panorama of the valley of Joe Creek from a point on its south slope about 6 miles west from 141st meridian showing the mountains north from it. Includes the arc from west (at left) through north to east (at right) which is downstream direction. July 23, 1911." An additional note on the middle image in the panorama reads: "Dark formation in valley may be Swagerina underlying Artinskian to south and over p.a. to north." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail North slope of ridge of monument No. 5. Image appears identical to a portion of panoramic uaa-hmc-0166-b1-95-9-4-9-6. Caption for that image reads: "Panorama of the north slope of ridge of monument No. 5 across the headwater basin of Craig Creek. Shows the north contact of the gray Carboniferous limestone, that form the synclinal ridge of monument No. 5." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Folded limestones on north bank of Joe Creek approximately at crossing of 141st meridian. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "Folded limestones on north bank of Joe Creek approximately at crossing of 141st meridian. Swagerina zone fossils are contained in these strats. See detail 3-2. July 23, 1911." Image referenced is uaa-hmc-0166-b1-17-3-2. A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Panorama of the valley of Joe Creek. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "Panorama of the valley of Joe Creek from a point on its south slope about 6 miles west from 141st meridian showing the mountains north from it. Includes the arc from west (at left) through north to east (at right) which is downstream direction. July 23, 1911." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail North slope of ridge of monument No. 5. Image appears identical to a portion of the panoramic image uaa-hmc-0166-b1-95-9-3-9-5. The caption for that image reads: "Panorama of the north slope of ridge of monument No. 5 across the headwater basin of Craig Creek. Shows the north contact of the gray Carboniferous limestone, that form the synclinal ridge of monument No. 5." To the right of the image are several annotations. At the upper ridge line: "Carboniferous lss of ridge #5." Close to the dotted lines drawn just about the center right of the image: "Lower Carboniferous black shales - with Stigmarin scars." At the lower right: "Eherty limestones with slates." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Panorama of the western slope of Malcolm River valley. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "Panorama of the western slope of Malcom River valley from a knoll on east side about 1/2 mile south from Hospital Camp opposite two ponds. Shows massive quartzite formation to south and thin-bedded limestone, shale, and sandstone series with more massive limestone member to north. (right). July 21, 1912." Annotation to left of image reads "Massive quartzites to south." Dotted line and writing on left of the two images reads "Contact." Annotation above left-side image reads: "Impure limestones of shaly, sandy, and cherty composition, weathering more or less as thin plates to north of massive quartzites." Annotation above right-hand image with arrow pointing to highest peak reads"More massive limestone in series to south. Nearly vertical in attitude." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Joe Creek. One image (3-8) from the panorama of uaa-hmc-0166-b1-21-3-7-3-8. Caption on the panorama reads: "Panorama of the valley of Joe Creek from a point on its south slope about 6 miles west from 141st meridian showing the mountains north from it. Includes the arc from west (at left) through north to east (at right) which is downstredam direction. July 23, 1911." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Joe Creek. One image (3-7) from the panorama of uaa-hmc-0166-b1-21-3-7-3-8. Caption on the panorama reads: "Panorama of the valley of Joe Creek from a point on its south slope about 6 miles west from 141st meridian showing the mountains north from it. Includes the arc from west (at left) through north to east (at right) which is downstream direction. July 23, 1911." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Portion of the south slope of Joe Creek valley. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "A portion of the south slope of Joe Creek valley from knoll at mouth of Camp Creek about 6 miles west from 141st meridian. Shows massive gray Artinskian limestone of slope. August 13, 1912." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Valley of Joe Creek. One of the images making up panorama uaa-hcm-0166-b1-21-3-4-3-6. The caption for that image reads: "Panorama of the valley of Joe Creek from a point on its south slope about 6 miles west from 141st meridian showing the mountains north from it. Includes the arc from west (at left) through north to east (at right) which is downstream direction. July 23, 1911." An arrow pointing right on the creek in the foreground of the image in the panorama reads "Joe Creek." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Mountains of the south slope of Joe Creek valley. Title taken from caption. Caption reads in its entirety: "Mountains of the south slope of Joe Creek valley from a point on the north slope just west from the gulch that is about 1/2 mile west from 141st meridian. Shows zone of dark shales along which Joe Creek valley is eroded above (westward from) this point. July 7, 1912." The writing on the image to the left reads "Swagerina zone shales," and in the middle reads "Artinskian lss." Annotations to the right side of the image reads "Swagerina zone shales and thin limestones underlying massive gray Artinskian limestones. Lower Cargoniferous lss to northeast." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail Valley of Joe Creek. One of the images within the panorama of uaa-hmc-0166-b1-21-3-4-3-6. The caption for that image reads: "Panorama of the valley of Joe Creek from a point on its south slope about 6 miles west from 141st meridian showing the mountains north from it. Includes the arc from west (at left) through north to east (at right) which is downstream direction. July 23, 1911." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;
image thumbnail North slope of ridge of monument No. 5. Image appears identical to a portion of panoramic image uaa-hmc-0166-b1-95-9-3-9-5. The caption for that image reads: "Panorama of the north slope of ridge of monument No. 5 across the headwater basin of Craig Creek. Shows the north contact of the gray Carboniferous limestone, that form the synclinal ridge of monument No. 5." A. G. Maddren photographs, 1906-1914. UAA-HMC-0166;

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