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ARTHUR F. BUDDINGTON (1890-1980) (Ak. Pac. Univ. Col.). Southeast Alaska Photographs; 1920-1925. .25 cu. ft.

Arthur Francis Buddington was born in Wilmington, Delaware in 1890. He received bachelor's and master's degrees from Brown University in 1912 and 1913, and a doctorate in geology from Princeton University in 1916. His professional positions included: instructor at Brown University (1917-1919); petrologist, Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Institute of Technology (1919-1920); professor of geology at Princeton University (1920-1970s), including the title of Elmer Blair Professor of Geology beginning in 1959; and geologist for the U. S. Geological Survey (1943-1962). Buddington was a member of a U. S. Geological Survey team studying Southeast Alaska from 1920 to 1925. His professional research included; geological and mineral deposits of southeastern Alaska and the Adirondacks; geological surveys in Newfoundland and the Oregon Cascades; the geology of magnetite iron ore deposits of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania; the role of iron-titanium oxide minerals in paleomagnetism and petrogeny; and the origin of anorthosite. Arthur F. Buddington died in Cohasset, Massachusetts in 1980.

The collection consists of the Southeast Alaska photographs of geologist Arthur F. Buddington. The collection contains: original typed and handwritten lists of captions to the numbered photographs in the collection, written by Arthur Buddington and W. B. Jewell; and 420 black and white prints from three original photograph albums. The photographs were removed from the original albums to better preserve them. The photographs document mountains, glaciers, islands, valleys, rivers, creeks and other geological features in the Wrangell, Sitka, Juneau, Ketchikan, Petersburg and Hyder districts. Glaciers photographed include: Nelson, Baird, Sawyer, Dawes, Sumdum, Salmon, Texas, Ferguson, Chickamin, Grand Pacific, Gilbert, Rendu, Carrol, Reid, Casey, Hidden, Munro, Le Conte, Lampugh and Muir. There are also images showing members of the U. S. Geological Survey team and their boat, the Beilby. Prints exist for 331 of the 350 numbered photographs in Buddington's original caption lists, as well as 89 additional prints from the third album.

The collection was transferred to the Consortium Library from Alaska Pacific University in 2005.

HMC-0779-APU
JAS (2/2006)

Photograph list:

Album No. 1, Southeast Alaska, 1920-1924:

Wrangell District, 1921:

1. Totem pole below Pt. Shekesti, south of Wrangell.
2. Etolin Island, looking southeast from mountain peak at head of Mosman Inlet.
3. Cirque in northwest quadrant of mountain at head of Mosman Inlet on west side, Etolin Island.
4. Cirque in northwest quadrant of mountain peak at head of Mosman Inlet.
5. Mountain at head of Mosman Inlet, Etolin Island.
6. Looking northeast from Lake Virginia, Wrangell District.
7. Face of mountain in which main veins of Groundhog Group are located. The openings to Tunnel No. 1 and to the upper tunnel are shown at right is a dike of rhyolite porphyry which is brecciating a dike of basic porphyry.
8. Face of mountain with veins of Groundhog Group. Schists and gneisses with sheets of porphyry in face of mountain above veins of Groundhog Group.
9. Above Groundhog Basin, near Wrangell. Contact of granite (forming peak at right) and schists and gneisses (ridge at left and foreground) above Groundhog Basin.
10. Groundhog Basin, looking west down east branch of Porterfield Creek.
11. Schists on north side of Glacier Basin. Tunnel opining on silver lead vein near base. Taken from Berg's Mountain.
12. Schist belt looking northwest from Berg's Mountain.
13. Nelson Glacier and upper contact of schists and granite (ridge in background).
14. Nelson Glacier from Berg's Mountain.
15. Schist belt with sheets of porphyry (light colored), looking northwest from Berg's Mountain.
16. Schist belt looking northwest from Berg's Mountain.
17. Looking east from Berg's Mountain towards Coast Range batholith.
18. Looking northeast from Berg's Mountain towards Coast Range batholith.
19. Looking up Berg's Creek toward Cirque at head.
20. Cirque in granite at head of Berg's Creek.
21. Coast Range Mountains of granite batholith in background, Nelson Glacier in foreground.
22. Nelson Glacier and schist-gneiss belt in foreground, mountains of granite batholith in background.
23. Glaciated U valley with V gorge in bottom, looking down Berg's Creek.
24. Granite ridge on south side of Berg's Creek.
25. Granite Mountains at head of Berg's Creek on south side.
26. Foot of Baird Glacier on Thomas Bay.
27. Face of terminus of Baird Glacier on Thomas Bay.
28. Moraine at terminus of Baird Glacier on Thomas Bay.
29. Pit lake in gravels near terminus of Baird Glacier on Thomas Bay.
30. Navy Peak on Etolin Island from Burnett Inlet.
31. Similar to 30.
32. Uplifted wave cut terrace on southwest side of Zaremba Island.
33. Navy Peak on from McHenry Inlet. Peak is granite, lowland is phyllite.
34. Uplifted wave cut terrace on on east side of Duncan Canal on Kupreanof Island.
35. Mark of avalanche on Chechagoff Peak on Wrangell Island.
36. Uplifted wave cut terrace in limestone on Kupreanof Island, west arm of Duncan Canal.
37. Looking down Zimovia Straits from south of Village Islands.
38. Navy Peak on Etolin Island from McHenry Inlet.
39. Mountains on west sides of Mosman and Burnett Inlets on Etolin Island.
40. Kapho Mountains at head of Bradfield Canal.
41. Anita Bay Mountains on Etolin Island from south of Village Islands in Zimovia Straits.
42. Looking north from the head of Anita Bay on Etolin Island. Crest of ridge formed of slate and greywacke, base formed of granite.
43. Islet at mouth of McHenry Inlet on Etolin Island.
44. Uplifted wave cut terrace on slates at northwest corner of Etolin Island.
45. Lowland on phyllites at south end of Etolin Island.

1922:

46. Dip slope of tertiary sandstones and conglomerates on west side of Port Camden on Kuiu Island.
47. Uplifted wave cut terrace on southwest tip of Read Island, Farragut Bay.
48. Uplifted wave cut terrace on terminal moraine at mouth of Salt Chuch at head of Port Houghton.
49. Uplifted wave cut terrace and arch in limestone on Kuiu Island southwest of northwest on large Keku Islet.
50. Similar to 49.
51. Uplifted wave cut terrace in limestone. Same locality as 49 and 50.
52. Partially eroded uplifted wave cut terraces in limestone. One of small islets of Keku Gourp.
53. Uplifted terrace looking towards mountain range south of Patterson Glacier from Pt. Agassiz on Frederick Sound.
54. Uplifted wave cut terrace on tertiary rhyolites on Little Totem Bay on south side of Kupreanof Island (print missing).
55. Fiord wall of Frederick sound north of Le Conte Bay, looking towards Horn Cliffs. Walls about 2500 feet high.
56. Horn Cliffs: conspicuous mountain on right is formed of a stock of quartz diorite intrusive into phllites, east side of Fredrick Sound.
57. Track of old landslide near head of Walter Island Arm on south side of Port Houghton.
58. Early morning fogs on the Coast Range Mountains at head of Port Houghton.
59. Looking towards head of Le Conte Bay. June 20, 1922.
60. Opposite side of Le Conte Bay from Thunder Point. June 20, 1922.
61. Looking north across Thunder Point on Le Conte Bay. June 20, 1922.
62. Opposite side of bay from Thunder Point on Le Conte Bay. June 20, 1922.
63. Near head of Le Conte Bay. June 20, 1922.
64. Exit of Baird River from beneath Baird Glacier on north side. Aug. 1922. Glacier moving forward at this time.
65. Glaciated lee and stoss sides on west side of Thomas Bay.
66. Similar to 65.
67. Glaciated knob (3116 feet) of quartz diorite on north side of Baird Glacier.
68. Glaciated terrace on Kupreanof Island several miles north of Point Barrie.
69. Similar to 68.
70. Contorted thin layered Devonian Tuffs on Pt. Macartney, northwest of Kake on Kupreanof Island.
71. Ice rampart wall near head of Walter Island Arm on south side of Port Houghton.
72. Silicified tertiary tree stump in place, about four miles southeast of Pt. Camden on Kuiu Island.
73. Similar to 72.
74. Silicified tertiary tree trunk about four miles Southeast of Point Camden on Kuiu Island.
75. Silicified tertiary tree trunk and stump in place about four miles southwest of Pt. Camden on Kuiu Island.
76. Polygonal jointed basalt south of Seclusion Harbor on Kuiu Island.
77. Crumpled thin layered limestone, greywacke and slate series at Pt. Amelius on Kuiu Island.
78. Similar to 77.
79. Conglomerate with limestone cobbles and boulders north of Pt. Amelius on Kuiu Island.
80. Similar to 79.
81. Similar to 79.
82. Isoclinally folded thin bedded phyllites on east side of Frederick Sound.
83. Reefs characteristically developed in tertiary basalts just east of Pt. Barrie on the south side of Kupreanof Island.
84. Looking northeast across Keku limestone islets towards highlands of Kupreanof Island.
85. Similar to 84.
86. Outwash plain in front of Baird Glacier, Thomas Bay.
87. Mountains north of Groundhog Basin from Mill Creek Claims.

1923:

88. Bohemia Basin, Yakobi Island, Sitka District. Looking northeast from mountain at head of Vevestad's claims.
89. Cirgue Basin at Apex El Nido claims, Lisianski Inlet, Chichagoff Island, Sitka District. Elevantion about 760 feet.
90. Glacier in Cirque at Whiting River claims, 7.25 miles north, 70 degrees west of Whiting Point, Port Snettisham, Juneau District. Elevation 3000 feet.
91. Looking east from Whiting River claims, into Coast Range Mountains.
92. Similar to 91.
93. Marble Mountain and goat trail to Whiting River claims from the trail at elevation of 1700 feet.
94. Looking east from Whiting River claims.
95. Glaciated granite dome, elevation 3160 feet, north side of Tracy Arm, Juneau District, mainland.
96. Hanging valley and glaciated domes on north side of Tracy Arm.
97. Similar to 96.
98. Schists within coast range quartz diorite batholith on Tracy Arm.
99. Basalt dike in quartz diorite of coast range batholith on Tracy Arm.
100. Looking south down Tracy Arm from elevation of 1500 feet at elbow.
101. Looking east up Tracy Arm (best example of fiord in southeastern Alaska) from elevation of 1500 feet at elbow.
102. Belt of schist in quartz diorite of coast range batholith on Tracy Arm.
103. Schist intruded by quartz diorite on Tracy Arm.
104. Front of Sawyer Glacier at head of Tracy Arm, June 1923.
105. South Sawyer Glacier, June 1923.
106. Triangular facet resulting from erosion of spur of hill at first elbow of Tracy Arm.
107-110. Coast Range Mountains along Tracy Arm.
111. Sawyer Glacier at head of Tracy Arm.
112. Similar to 111.
113. Coast Range Mountains along Tracy Arm.
114. Quartz diorite of Coast Range with schist inclusions on Tracy Arm.
115. Looking through trees at first elbow on Tracy Arm, elevation 1000 feet.
116. Looking west down Tracy Arm (print missing).
117. Baird Glacier on Thomas Bay in Petersburg District; note remnant of great snow slide which dammed the river in spring of 1923 and resulted in the tearing away of the northwest end of glacier.
118. South edge of Baird Glacier (covered with moraine) advancing on forest, June 1923.
119. Similar to 118.
120. Front of Baird Glacier, June 1923.
121. Outwash plain in front of Baird Glacier.
122. Buried ice bergs in front of Baird Glacier, carried out and buried by river subsequent to damming by snow slide in 1923.
123. Similar to 122.
124. Partially melted buried block of ice in outwash plain of Baird Glacier. Shows origin of some pit lakes.
125. Similar to 124 with man standing next to ice formation.
126. Detail of outwash plain of Baird Glacier.
127. Mt. Calder (limestone) on northwest end of Prince of Wales Island, from Barrier Island in Ketchikan District.
128. Thin bedded Upper Silurian limestone on Shrubby Island, Kashevarof Group, Clarence Straits.
129. Glaciated rounded hills at north end of Prince of Wales Island in Ketchikan District.
130. Reefs cut in Silurian greenstones east of Lake Bay on Prince of Wales Island in Ketchikan District.
131. Hanging valley at head of west arm of Ford's Terror on Endicott Arm of mainland in Juneau District.
132. Delta in North Dawes Arm of Endicott Arm on mainland in Juneau District.
133. Terminal moraine outwash plain and glaciated rock wall at foot of North Dawes Glacier on Endicott Arm in Juneau District.
134. Detail of terminal moraine at North Dawes Glacier. Three men standing on moraine.
135. North Dawes Glacier and glaciated rock on Endicott Arm (print missing).
136. Dawes Glacier looking south 85 degrees east from south headline of the north arm of Endicott Arm, June 14, 1923.
137. Hanging valley on north side of Endicott Arm.
138. Similar to 137.
139. Falls on north side of Port Houghton Fiord.
140. Sumdum Glacier on Holkham Bay from Pt. Astley.
141. Uplifted sea out terrace and sea stacks carved out of greenstones on Holkham Bay east of Pt. Astley.
142. Similar to 141.
143. Cliffs of Permian limestone on east side of Saginaw Bay on Kuiu Island.
144. Upper Triassic pillow lavas east of Cape Bendel on Kupreanof Island in Petersburg District.
145. Graywacke reefs looking east from Barrier Islands on northwest coast of Prince of Wales Island in Ketchikan District.
146. Keku Straits from limestone mountain north of Kake on Kuiu Island.
147. Head of Saginaw Bay and Kuiu Island in Petersburg District.
148. Rock Pass from mountain north of Kake.
149. Cirque Basin at Apex-El Nido Mines, looking northeast from the head, Lisianski Inlet, Chichagoff Island, Sitka Distict.
150. Looking northeast from Apex-El Nido Mines. El Nido camp on the right.
151. Tunnel opening at lower right is entrance to lower workings on Apex group. Lode outcrops in face of hill is in center of picture, but is indistinguishable.
152. Looking across Lisianski Inlet from Paramount Claims on Chichigoff Island in Sitka District.
153. Light railroad and temporary camp of Pinta Bay Mining Co., Pinta Bay, Chichigoff Island, Sitka District.
154. Salmon River Glacier from east side of Salmon River in Hyder District.
155. Texas Creek and Texas Glacier from mountain on east side of Salmon River.
156. Looking towards New York Claims (Benson Group) from mountain at Fish Creek Claims in Hyder District.
157. Looking down Texas Creek from gravel outwash plain in front of Ferguson Glacier near 7 mile government cabin in Hyder District.
158. Looking up Ferguson Glacier, Texas Creek in Hyder District.
159. Looking north from foot Ferguson Glacier, Texas Creek in Hyder District.
160. Chickamin Glacier, terminal moraine, and lake at head of west fork of Texas Creek in Hyder District.
161. Hanging glacier on east side of Ferguson Valley, Texas Creek, Hyder District.
162. Looking north from south side of Texas Creek, with Texas Glacier in left center and Boundary Peak (6597) on right, Hyder District.
163. Chickamin Glacier (head portion) and Boundary Peaks from Jackson and Hummel's claims on south side of Texas Creek in Hyder District.
164. Chickamin Glacier, looking west from Jackson and Hummel's claims, Texas Creek, Hyder District.
165. Looking southwest towards Takanis Bay from mountain back of Bohemia Basin on Lisianski Straits, Yakobi Island, Sitka District.
166. Looking north from mountain on northwest side of Bohimia Basis, showing plateau character of country, Yakoki Island, Sitka Distrct.
167. Totem poles at abandoned village on the south end of St. Phillips Island off west coast of Prince of Wales Island.
168. Kogish Mountain from south end of Tuxekan Island off west coast of Prince of Wales Island.
169. Native village of Karheen on Tuxekan Island of west coast of Prince of Wales Island.
170. Greenstone reefs in Steelhead Cove on west coast of Heceta Island.
171. Uplisting wave cut terrace of red sandstone on Stanley Island off west coast of Prince of Wales Island.
172. Uplifting wave cut bench on island east of San Pedro, Maurelle Group, off west coast of Prince of Wales Island.
173. Passage through graywackes north of San Lorenzo Island off west coast of Prince of Wales Island.
174. Conglomerates in San Christoval Channel off west coast of Prince of Wales Island.
175. Bald Mountain with Swift-Crosby Cannery at foot on Heceta Island. Bald Mountains is Silurian limestone.
176. San Fernando Island from San Lorenzo Island off west coast of Prince of Wales Island.
177. Klawak Lake off west coast of Prince of Wales Island.
178. Low land at mouth of Klawak salt lake off west coast of Prince of Wales Island.
179. Landslide on Hamilton Island, west of Shakan on Prince of Wales Island.
180. Falls near Martin Saxe's claim back of Klawak on Prince of Wales Island.
181. Baker Island looking south from Port San Antonio. Glacial facets along fiord.
182. Old Indian shack and totem pole north of Alberto Islands off west coast off west coast on Prince of Wales Island.
183. Port San Antionio looking northwest from Baker Island.
184. Looking northwest from Martin Saxe's claim at Klawak on the west coast of Prince of Wales Island.
185. Head of Port Santa Cruz on Suemez Island. Note forest destroyed by encroachment of sea.
186. Sea stacks in platy tertiary andesite resting on uplifted wave cut terrace in Arena Cove on Suemez Island.
187. East side of Saginaw Bay on Kuiu Island. Cliffs of Permian limestone.

1924:

188. Water emerging from top of terminus of Baird Glacier under hydrostatic head, Thomas Bay, mainland.
189. Flat at head of East Arm of Pybus Bay on Admiralty Island.
190. Mountain peak back of cannery on Pybus Bay, Admiralty Island.
191. South side of terminus of Baird Glacier, Aug. 28, 1924. Shows trees overthrown by advance of 1923.
192. Wave cut bench at low tide on platy andesite, Arena Cove, Suemez Island.
193. Sea stack near Cape Addington on Noyes Island.
194. Islands of Devonian greywacke in Saginaw Bay on Kuiu Island.
195. Cliff of Middle Triassic limestone south of Pt. Cornwallis on Kuiu Island.
196. Beilby, skiff, and W. J. Jewell at Cape Ulitka on Noyes Island.
197. Tarn and mountain at head of Cann Creek, Chichigoff Island, Lisianski Inlet.
198. Rock sill or dam at lip of tarn at head of Cann Creek, Lisianski Inlet, Chichagoff Island.
199. Looking down Cann Creek at the new stamp mill from El Nido camp, Lisianski Inlet, Chichagoff Island.

Album 2, Southeast Alaska, 1924-1925:

200. Glacial lake in rock basin from Mt. Robert Barron on Admiralty Island.
201. Weathered Pyroxenite, Kane Peak on Kupreanof Island.
202. Cirque, Kane Peak on Kupreanof Island.
203. Comb ridge between two cirques, Kane Peak on Kupreanof Island.
204. Jerry Galvin and shift at entrance to tunnel at Lake Claims, Wrangell (print missing).
205. Grand Pacific Glacier, looking from west side near front of glacier, Aug. 1924.
206. Grand Pacific Glacier, looking northeast from west side near front of glacier.
207. Looking north 10 degrees east from delta on east side, a little below the front of Grand Pacific Glacier.
208. Looking southwest towards hanging glacier from delta on west side, a little below the front of Grand Pacific Glacier.
209. Looking south towards Gilbert Glacier from same locality as 206 and 207.
210. Grand Pacific Glacier from same point as 206 and 207.
211. Bedded deposits clinging to cliffs in gulch below Grand Pacific Glacier.
212. Grand Pacific Glacier in Glacier Bay from east side about 4.5 miles below front of glacier.
213. Front of Gilbert Glacier in Glacier Bay, Aug. 1924.
214. Gilbert Glacier.
215. Extinct glacial lake deposits incised by White River since retreat of Adams Glacier in Glacier Bay.
216. W. B. Jewell assistant, Malcolm Smith's cabin, west fork of Texas Creek, Aug. 1924 (print missing).
217. Rendu Glacier in Glacier Bay from 500 ft. nubbin.
218. Rendu Glacier.
219. Glaciated diorite hills on west side of Rendu Peninsula in Glacier Bay.
220. Moraine on Carrol Glacier in Glacier Bay, Aug. 1924.
221. Beilby in Rendu Inlet, Glacier Bay.
222. Carrol Glacier from Triangle Island in Glacier Bay.
223. Funter Bay from open cut on Heckler Blanket vein, Admiralty-Alaska property, Admiralty Island.
224. Gilbert Glacier in Glacier Bay, Aug. 1924.
225. Close-up of Gilbert Glacier.
226. Reid's Glacier in Glacier Bay.
227. Gilbert Glacier.
228. East side of Grand Pacific Glacier. Kame terrace in process of formation.
229. Steelhead Harbor on west side of Heceta Island.
230. Top of Mt. Robert Barron on Admiralty Island.
231. Beds on east side of St. Josephs Island off west coast of Prince of Wales Island.
232. Jerry Galvin (left) and crew, Lake Claims back of Wrangell. Six men and ore car at mouth of tunnel.
233. Islands in Saginaw Bay on Kuiu Island.
234. Noyes Island from east.
235. Mill Lake from Lake Claims back of Wrangell.
236. Muir Arm of Glacier Bay, Aug. 1924.
237. Casey Glacier on south side of West Texas Creek, from Homestake Claims, Hyder District.

1925:

238. Horse lost on Salmon Glacier trail during previous season.
239. Hyder and Salmon River Valley, July 7, 1925.
240. Salmon Glacier, Big Missouri and Bear River ridges from mountain northwest of junction of Texas Creek and the West Fork.
241. Gravels deposited by high water of Thumb Creek behind a rock obstruction.
242. Mouth of Thumb Creek Gorge.
243. Looking down Texas Creek Valley from east slope of mountain above Texas Glacier.
244. Looking up Texas Glacier from near the foot of the east portion.
245. Ice falls on east branch of Texas Glacier.
246. Similar to 245.
247. Hidden Glacier in background, looking from Cantu Mountain.
248. Head of Munro Glacier, taken from elevation of 5000 feet on ridge on south side of glacier.
249. Crevasses in ice falls on east branch of Texas Glacier.
250. Stratified snow in snow cap on top of mountain on north side of Texas Glacier.
251. Foot of Salmon Glacier showing tunnel from which Salmon River emerges.
252. Looking up Munro Glacier from Salmon Glacier.
253. Head of Munro Glacier.
254. Ibex draw from foot of Casey Glacier.
255. Looking up Casey Glacier from 3500 ft. elevation.
256. Ibex and Homestake gulches from 3200 ft. elevation on Casey Glacier.
257. Mountain above Joe Connors claim from Casey Glacier.
258. Looking north from mountain between Texas Glacier and the head of the West Fork. Texas Glacier in foreground and Chickamin Glacier in background.
259. South branch of Chickamin Glacier looking southwest.
260. Texas and Chickamin Glaciers looking north from the top of ridge between the head of the West Fork and Texas Glacier.
261. Comstock and Ferguson Glaciers looking south.
262. South branch of Chickamin Glacier looking south.
263. Banded Mountain and Chickamin Glacier looking southwest.
264. Chickamin Glacier and mountain looking west/northwest.
265. Texas and Chickamin Glaciers looking north.
266. Looking south and down on Ferguson Glacier.
267. Surface of Chickamin Glacier near the head of the West Fork Valley.
268. Hanging glacier in cirque, south branch of Chickamin Glacier, from west side.
269. Similar to 268.
270. Chickamin Glacier looking north.
271. North side on unnamed glacier south of Comstock Ridge.
272. Chickamin glacier looking north.
273. Head of unnamed glacier looking over towards Thumb Creek Valley.
274. Granite mountain (6600 ft.) on south side of unnamed glacier.
275. Coast Range looking south from 6300 ft. peak near head of unnamed glacier.
276. Coast Range looking southwest from 6300 ft. peak near head of unnamed glacier.
277. Tandem glacial basins or cirques on 7300 ft. peak between the north and west (main branches of Chickamin Glacier.(Photo by W. B. Jewell).
278. 8000 ft. peak on west side near the head of the north arm of Chickamin Glacier, from 7300 ft. peak (277). (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
279. Chickamin Glacier looking northwest from 3700 ft. elevation just west of Texas Comstock property.
280. Chickamin Glacier looking northwest from 3700 ft. elevation west of Comstock Glacier.
281. Chickamin Glacier looking north from same locality as 279 and 280.
282. North side of West Fork of Texas Creek, west end of ridge.
283. North side of West Fork of Texas Creek from Texas Comstock ridge.
284. Texas Comstock ridge.
285. South branch of Chickamin Glacier from ridge north of Disappearing Lake.
286. Chickamin Glacier looking west from ridge north of Disappearing Lake.
287. Chickamin Glacier looking northwest from same locality as 286.
288. Chickamin Glacier looking north from same locality as 286.
289. Ferguson Glacier looking south from top of ice cap on north side of West Fork of Texas Creek.
290. Looking north from top of ice cap on north side of the West Fork (print missing).
291. Looking west from top of ice cap on north side of the West Fork.
292. Texas and Chickamin Glaciers and 7300 ft. mountain.
293. North arm of Chickamin Glacier and Boundary Mountain from top of ice cap on north side of the West Fork of Texas Creek.
294. W. Myers and G. King with Forest Service river boat at landing in front of lower Forest Service cabin at mouth of Chickamin River. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
295. Looking up the Chickamin River Valley towards its junction with the Leduc River. Leduc River Valley in the distance. Taken from about five miles below the moth of the Leduc River, Aug. 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
296. Glaciated wall about 500 yards below the mouth of the Leduc River. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
297. Junction of the Leduc and Chickamin Rivers with flat in foreground. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
298. Looking up the Chickamin River Valley toward the valley of the south fork from about two miles above the junction of the Leduc and Chickamin Rivers. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
299. Myers and King in front of Pratts Cabin on the Chickamin River. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
300. Looking up the Chickamin River Valley toward Indian Creek from about four miles above the south fork. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
301. North wall of Chickamin River Valley showing intense glacial action. Taken about four miles above south fork. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
302. Looking down Chickamin River Valley from about four miles above the south fork. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
303. Looking across Chickamin River Valley toward south side from about five miles above south fork. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
304. Looking up Chickamin River Valley toward Indian Creek from about four miles below Indian Creek. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
305. South wall of main Chickamin River about one mile below Indian Creek. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
306. Looking up Chickamin River toward mouth of canyon from mouth of Indian Creek, Sept. 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
307. Looking up Indian Creek from about four miles above its junction with the Chickamin River, Sept. 4, 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
308. Looking down Indian Creek from about four miles above its junction with the Chickamin River, Sept. 4, 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
309. Looking down Indian Creek from about 2.5 miles above its junction with the Chickamin River. Chickamin River Valley in distance showing the straight steep valley walls and five truncated spurs. The main river winds back and forth through the valley. The mountains in the far distance form the southwest wall of the South Fork Valley, Sept. 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
310. Falls at foot of Indian Creek, Sept. 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
311. Looking up Chickamin River Valley just above canyon from north side of valley. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
312. Foot of Chickamin Glacier with 7400 ft. mountain in background. Taken from elevation of 4000 feet on Goat Mountain (East side of Chickamin River Valley 1.5 miles below foot of Chickamin Glacier), Sept. 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
313. Looking through the pass at the head of Goat Creek into the drainage of the middle fork of the Chickamin River. Pass is approximately 3800 feet. Taken from same locality as 311 and 312. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
314. Mountain off the map in country between south fork of Chickamin Glacier and Goat Creek. Mountain must be about 7000 feet. Taken from lateral moraine, elevation 4800 feet. Must be 500 feet above glacier that formed moraine. This glacier lies between mountain in picture and wher picture was taken, Sept. 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
315. Looking up the snow field that feeds the south fork of Chickamin Glacier over toward Glacier Creek. Taken from 5500 feet on Goat Mountain. This locality is off any map, Sept. 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
316. Looking through Leduc Pass from Goat Mountain, elevation 5600 feet. 7780 Ft. Boundary Peak in the distance. The glacier in the center of the picture is the pass into Leduc drainage, Sept. 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
317. Schist inclusions in rock composed of gneissic dicrite and pegmatite. North side of Chickamin River about two miles above south fork, Aug. 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
318. U valley on Chickamin Glacier side of 7400 ft. mountain about four miles above foot of glacier. The glacier that once filled it has entirely disappeared, Sept. 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
319. Looking up Chickamin Glacier toward Wolf Mountain (6400 ft.) from where the glacier turns and flows south, Sept. 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
320. Front of Chickamin Glacier where the west branch of the river emerges from under the ice, Sept. 12, 1925. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
321. Looking down the Chickamin River Valley from 200 feet above ice on east wall. Picture shows old terminal moraine covered with small alders now 4060 feet below end of the glacier. The mountain in the middle background is the 6060 Ft. one on east side of canyon. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).

Hyder District and Dall Island:

322. Gooseneck Harbor from the top of the mountain at the head of Grace Harbor on Dall Island.
323. Port Bazan on Dall Island.
324. Petrel Island at south end of Forrester Island.
325. Security Cove on Dall Island.
326. Dall limestone (Silurian) ridge from mountain at head of Grace Harbor on Dall Island.
327. Twin Peaks (Dall limestone, Silurian) on Dall Island.
328. Top of Dall Island.
329. Dall Island.
330. Contact of granodiorite and slate-graywacke beds with aplite and pegmatite dikes above contact. Above Murphy's claims on east side of Ferguson glacier.
331. Texas Comstock vein, West Fork of Texas Creek.
332. Mountains along north arm of Chickamin Glacier from ridge north of Disappearing Lake at head of West Fork of Texas Creek.
333. Looking up south fork of Chickamin Glacier from same locality as 332.
334. North wall of valley of Texas Glacier from ice cascade on east branch. About 4000 feet vertically exposed.
335. Hidden Glacier from top of the ridge on north side of the West Fork of Texas Creek.
336. Falls on tributary creek of South Fork of Chickamin River about three miles above Pratts Cabin. Fall about 200 feet. (Photo by W. B. Jewell).
337. Baird Glacier and Thomas Bay.

Album No. 3, United States Geological Survey, Wrangell Mining District, Southeastern Alaska, 1921-1922:

Numbered Prints (Numbers found on reverse of print):

5-10/69. Terminal moraine, outwash plain, and glaciated rock on North Dawes Glacier, 1923.
6-7/69. C. M. Deming.
3-2/73. Front of Le Conte Glacier in central background, berg ice in foreground. Taken from Thunder Point, June 20, 1922.
3-3/73. Injection gneiss at Thunder Point in Le Conte Bay, June 20, 1922. G. A. Wiggan at work on Le Conte Bay.
3-6/73. Ice berg in Le Conte Bay, June 20, 1922.
3-5/155. Beilby off Cape Ulitka on Noyes Island, 1924.
4-5/155. Beilby at anchor off Cape Addison on Noyes Island, 1924.
1-3/203. Looking south from passage between Observation Island and Etolin Island. Steamer Bay Mountain in background.
1-4/203. Looking south from passage between Observation Island and Etolin Island.
1-8/203. Marble prospect on Lake Virginia.
3-4/203. Looking west from Portage Mountains across Duncan Canal, Kapreanof Island.
3-8/203. Town of Wrangell.
3-10/203. Totem pole and Indian shack below Point Shekesti near Wrangell.
4-4/203. Salmon cannery of Alaska Packers north of Wrangell.
4-6/203. Mountains on north side of Virginia Lake, east of Wrangell.
5-5/217. Jones at Texas Creek, 1925.
6-7/217. W. B. Jewell on Salmon Glacier, 1925.
8-7/253. Crevassed front (200 ft. high) of Lamplugh Glacier.
a6/296. Glaciated U shaped valley of Berg's Creek.
a8/296. Mainland from mountains on Lindenberg Peninsula.
b6/296. Cirque at head of east branch of Porterfield Creek. Cirque of Groundhog Basin. Dirty color is avalanche material.
4-2/296. Falls on east side of Burnett Inlet.
4-5/296. Head of Anita Bay on Etolin Island, looking north.
5-5/302. Early morning mists on Port Houghton, 1922.
5-7/302. Indian War Canoe at Wrangell, July 4, 1922.
5-8/302. Indian War Canoe at Wrangell, July 4, 1922.
5-9/302. Indian War Canoe Race at Wrangell, July 43, 1922.
6-2/302. Shadows (Inland Passage scene).
6-7/302. Ice field scene.
7-1/302. Uplifted wave cut terrace, Totem Bay, Kupreanof Island, 1922.
8-1/302. An arch in limestone, Keku Straits, 1922.
10-5/320. Rendu Glacier, Glacier Bay, 1924.
10-7/320. Jewell and boat in Queen Inlet, Glacier Bay, 1924.
10-8/320. Grand Pacific Glacier, Glacier Bay, 1924.
6-3/399. Ben Larsen in skiff, 1921. Season's mileage was 1800 miles.
7-5/399. Cirque of head of Anita Bay looking south.
13-10/412. Mountain scene through trees.

Numbered Photo Lots:

Lot No. 3:
1. Totem (Craven Creator), Village Islands, Zimovia Straits.
2. Totem pole at Deserted Village, Zimovia Straits.
3. Totem pole at Deserted Village, Zimovia Straits.
4. Leaning totem pole at Deserted Village, Zimovia Straits.
5. Olive Cove on Etolin Island.

Lot No. 9:
1. Coast Range Mountains looking north from Vreatt Mountain.
2. Iskoot River, B. C., from Vreatt Mountain, 1922.
3. On the Iskoot River, B. C., 1922.
4. Outwash plain in front of glacier on Iskoot River, B. C.
5. Delta gravels in front of glacier about 25 miles up Iskoot River, B. C.
6. Table Mountain about 25 miles up Iskoot River in B. C.
7. Moraine on surface of glacier in Quartz Creek Valley.
8. Glacier at head of Quartz Creek.
9. Glacier with moraines in Quartz Creek Valley, B. C., 1922.
10. North side of Quartz Creek, B. C., height 7600 ft.
11. Hanging glacier scene.

Lot No. 33:
1. Steamer Cardena going up Portland Canal, 1925.

Lot No. 37:
1. Buckeye in Glacier Bay, in front of Muir Glacier.
2. Buckeye in ice in front of Muir Glacier, 1923.
3. Muir Glacier, 1923.

Unnumbered Photo Lots:

Captions handwritten on reverse in pencil:
1. Elderly Indian in front of house, Cleveland Passage.
2. Elderly couple and baby in front of house, Cleveland Passage.
3. Looking up Scenery Cove, 1923.
4. Beilby in Scenery Cove, Le Conte Bay.
5. Beilby at anchor alongside iceberg, Le Conte Bay, 1922.
6. Ice berg in Le Conte Bay.
7. Eagle totem at Klinkwan, Prince of Wales Island.
8. Bear totem at Klinkwan, Prince of Wales Island.
9. Beilby seen through sea arch in Keku Straits, 1923.
10. Keku Straits seen through sea arch, 1923.
11. North side of Baird Glacier, 1922. Exit of Baird River from beneath Baird Glacier.
12. Foot of Baird Glacier, 1922.
13. Two men in skiff at entrance to Ford's Terror, Endicott Arm, 1923.
14. Deming on North Dawes Glacier, 1923.
15. Filling the tanks of Beilby with water at Blake Channel, 1922.
16. Cascades near Horn Cliffs (1800 ft.), Frederick Sound, 1922.
17. Falls on east side of Endicott Arm, 1923.

Caption written on reverse in pen:
1. Mamie Mine on Kasaan Peninsula looking north towards Hadley.
2. Whale killer totem over grave at Old Kasaan.
3. Cabins at Mill Lake Claims looking northeast into Groundhog Basin.
4. Lower falls of Mill Creek.

Prints on Post Card Stock:

1. Walter and Jim Waters with two brown bears they shot, Admiralty Island, 1923.
2. Northern Copper Company's camp and auto road on Kupreanof Island, 1922.

Prints with Captions Written on Face of Print Only:

1. Coast Range Mountains and lake from camp on Cascade Creek, Thomas Bay, 1921.
2. Buddington and Larsen on front of Baird Glacier, 1921.
3. Harding Creek Canyon facing south. Site for water power.
4. Lovers Lane, Sitka, 1923.
5. Lovers Lane, Sitka.

Remaining Prints:

1. Looking up Aarons Creek Valley from Aarons Bay. C. S. Hubbel, Seattle.
2. Baird Glacier.
3. Man standing on boulder in Harding Creek Gorge.
4. Geologist standing in front of log cabin with pick and knapsack.