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Hague, Arnold
Title Page: Atlas to The Geology Of The Yellowstone National Park …
1904
Geologic Atlas
Authors Hague, Arnold
Full Title (Title Page to) Department Of The Interior, United States Geological Survey, Charles D. Walcott, Director. Atlas To Accompany Monograph XXXII On The Geology Of The Yellowstone National Park, By Arnold Hague. Washington, 1904. Julius Bien & Co. Lith. N.Y.
McInnes, William, Dowling, D.B., Leach, W.W.
Title Page: Atlas of Coal Resources of the World.
1913
Geologic Atlas
Authors McInnes, William, Dowling, D.B., Leach, W.W.
Full Title (Title Page to) The Coal Resources Of The World. Atlas. Edited By William McInnes, B.S., F.R.S.C., D.B. Dowling, B.A.Sc., F.R.S.C., And W.W. Leach, B.A.Sc., Of The Geological Survey Of Canada. Morang & Co., Limited, Publishers: Toronto, Canada. (seal) Geologorum Conventus Mente Et Malleo. XII 1913 Canada.
Becker, George F.
Title Page: Geology of the Comstock Lode and the Washoe District.
1882
Geologic Atlas
Authors Becker, George F.
Full Title (Title Page to) Department Of The Interior, United States Geological Survey, Clarence King Director. Atlas To Accompany The Monograph On The Geology Of The Comstock Lode And The Washoe District By George F. Becker. Washington 1882. Julius Bien & Co. Lith. New York.
Note An important atlas of the mining activity in the Comstock Lode. With printed color. Bound in brown cloth covered boards with "United States Geological Survey, Clarence King, Director. Atlas To Accompany The Geology Of The Comstock Lode And The Washoe District. Becker" stamped in gilt.
Becker, George F.
Title Page: Geology of the Quicksilver Deposits of the Pacific Sl …
1887
Geologic Atlas
Authors Becker, George F.
Full Title (Title Page to) Department Of The Interior, United States Geological Survey, J.W. Powell Director. Atlas to Accompany a Monograph on The Geology of the Quicksilver Deposits of the Pacific Slope By George F. Becker. Washington 1887. Giles Litho. & Liberty Printing Co. N.Y.
Spurr, Josiah Edward
Title Page: Atlas to the Geology Of The Aspen District
1898
Geologic Atlas
Authors Spurr, Josiah Edward
Full Title (Title Page to) Department Of The Interior, United States Geological Survey, Charles D. Walcott, Director. Atlas To Accompany Monograph XXXI On The Geology Of The Aspen District Colorado By Josiah Edward Spurr, Samuel Franklin Emmons, Geologist In Charge. Washington 1898. Julius Bien & Co. Lith. N.Y.
Berghaus, Hermann
Title Page: Atlas der Geologie.
1892
Geologic Atlas
Authors Berghaus, Hermann
Full Title (Title Page to) Atlas der Geologie. Berghaus' Physikalischer Atlas, Abteilung I. 15 kolorierte Karten in Kupferstich mit 150 Darstellungen. Unter beratender Mitwirkung von Prof. Dr. K. v. Zittel, bearbeitet von Dr. Hermann Berghaus, Professor in Gotha. Nach dem Tode des Verfassers in einigen Karten fertiggestellt von Dr. R. Luddecke, Dr. C. Rohrbach und Prof. Dr. Steinmann ... Gotha: Justus Perthes. 1892.
Note Title page including table of contents.
Hitchcock, Charles H. (Charles Henry), 1836-1919, New Hampshire. …
Title Page: Atlas accompanying the report on the geology of New H …
1878
Geologic Atlas
Authors Hitchcock, Charles H. (Charles Henry), 1836-1919, New Hampshire. Geological Survey
Full Title (Title Page to) Atlas accompanying the report on the geology of New Hampshire. C.H. Hitchcock, State Geologist. 1878. Julius Bien, New York.
Note 17 maps and plates as called for in Vol III, p.vii of text. Huge folio atlas with 2 plates of views, 2 facsimiles (Carrigain 1816 and Holland 1784), 1 diagram or Camera view, a 6 sheet Geological Map of the state, a 5 (of 6, as issued) sheet Map of the state's Surface Geology, and a map of the Ammonoosuc Mining District. The upper northwest sheet of the Surface Geology map was not printed because it is entirely of Vermont, except for a tiny part of the lower right corner which was covered by making the uppper northeast sheet about one inch wider in the Surface Geology issue than it is in the Geological (six sheet) issue. The matter is further confused by Sabin calling for 16 plates and Phillips and LeGear calling for 9. Cobb calls for 17 and the most important list, in the text of the report itself, calls for 17. We believe this was the only large folio Geological Atlas made of an eastern state, on the scale of the western survey atlases of Powell, Hayden, Wheeler and King, during the same period. Most maps have printed color although the Ammonoosuc Mining District map is fully hand colored.
Dutton, Clarence E. (Clarence Edward), 1841-1912
Title Page: Tertiary history of the Grand Canon District.
1882
Geologic Atlas
Authors Dutton, Clarence E. (Clarence Edward), 1841-1912
Full Title (Title Page to) Department Of The Interior, United States Geological Survey, J.W. Powell Director. Atlas To Accompany The Monograph On The Tertiary History Of The Grand Canon District By Capt. Clarence E. Dutton U.S.A. Washington 1882. Julius Bien & Co. Lith. New York.
Note With superb panoramas by W.H. Holmes and Thomas Moran. This is one of the finest publications of U.S. Geological Survey. Full printed color. Bound in dark brown cloth covered boards with "United States Geological Survey J.W. Powell Director. Atlas To Accompany The Teriary History Of The Grand Canon District. Dutton" stamped in gilt.
King, Clarence
Title Page: Geological and topographical atlas ... Fortieth Paral …
1876
Geologic Atlas
Authors King, Clarence
Full Title (Title Page to) Engineer Department U.S.A. Geological and Topographical Atlas Accompanying the Report of the Geological Exploration of the Fortieth Parallel Made by the Authority of the Honorable Secretary of War under the direction of Brig. and Brvt. Major General A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers U.S.A. by Clarence King, U.S. Geologist in Charge, 1876. Julius Bien Lith.
Note Magnificent, huge atlas showing the area of the 40th Parallel Survey in topographical and geological maps. Wheat notes: "These are pioneer survey maps, and as such are most interesting. Mapping the West in so broad a cross-section had never before been attempted, a portent of things to come." King, at the age of 25, was made Geologist-in-charge of the Survey in 1867. He was formally ordered "to examine and describe the geological structure, geographical condition and natural resources of a belt of country extending from the 120th meridian eastward to the 105th meridian, along the 40th parallel of latitude with sufficient expansion north and south to include the lines of 'Central' and 'Union Pacific' railroads..." (Wheat). The topographical sheets depict features by brush shading rather than hachuring. In original binding -rare. Bound in green half leather with a label on the front, "Geological and Topographical Atlas Accompanying the Report of the Geological Exploration of the Fortieth Parallel. Clarence King, Geologist in Charge."
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