Geology class on Pulpit Rock near Vance, Alabama, 1916
Item — Box: 6195, Folder: 23
Scope and Contents note
From the Series: 180 photographs depicting World War II; Walter Jones and others in New Guinea; limestone in New Guinea; Tannehill State Park Bicentennial event; Representative Walter Flowers at Tannehill; diagrams of types of shells; Jones family; Cedars Farm in Huntsville, Alabama; ships and boats in New Guinea; landscapes and vegetation in New Guinea; view from Cameron Plateau near Milne Bay in New Guinea; Dobodura Airfield in Papua New Guinea; Spring Cave and other caves in Madison County, Alabama; scenes at The University of Alabama; and Tannehill Iron Mine.
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1.0 item (1 Gelatin Developing-out Paper)
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
Caption on front: Pulpit Rock - Vance. Description on back: Winter 1916-17 Class on Pulpit Rock Geology Trip near Vance, Ala.