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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Inventory

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Walter Scott Adkins Papers, 1892-1963.



Descriptive Summary

Creator Adkins, Walter Scott
Title: Walter Scott Adkins Papers,
Dates: 1892-1963.
Abstract The papers consist of the life work and research of paleontologist and geologist Walter Scott Adkins
Extent: 16 ft., 7 in.
Language Materials are in English.
Repository Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Note

Walter Scott Adkins was born on December 24, 1890, orphaned at the age of twelve, and raised by his uncle. Adkins earned a B.S. from the University of Tennessee in 1910 with one of the highest scholastic averages in university history. He pursued graduate studies in entomology at Tennessee and later at Columbia University, where he focused on the study of Drosophila. Adkins soon became a professor at Texas Christian University (TCU) from 1913-1915, before moving to teach anatomy at the Illinois Medical School (1916-1918) and Baylor Medical School in Dallas (1918-1919). He then took a position with the Texas Bureau of Economic Geology from 1919-1921 and the Mexican petroleum firm El Aguila (1921-1925). In 1925, Adkins departed for France and studied at the Sorbonne under Emil Haug and Leon Perviquiere. Returning to Texas in 1926, he rejoined the Bureau of Economic Geology until accepting a job with Shell Development Company in 1934 as chief stratographer and head of special problems research. Adkins remained with Shell until his retirement in 1950.

Among his many accolades, Adkins was chosen as the first paleontologist to hold a John Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship in 1931. He is well-remembered for his books Handbook of Texas Cretaceous Fossils (1928) and Mesozoic Systems in Texas (1933). Adkins' work on the distribution of shoestring and barrier sands in the subsurface of the Miocene and the origin and migration of oil were also particularly important. Adkins was married twice, and died on September 22, 1956. He is buried in Austin.

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Scope and Contents

The papers consist of correspondance, printed material, photographs and negatives, postcards, maps and charts, geological specimens, scrapbooks, class notes, research and the analysis of Adkins life work as a stratographer.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Portions of this collection are stored remotely; advance notice required for retrieval; contact reference staff for retreival.

Use restrictions

Access to boxes containing photographic negatives is restricted.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Adkins, Walter Scott
Haug, Emil
Prerviquiere, Leon
Subjects
Drosophila
petroleum
Texas cretaceous fossils
Mesozoic systems in Texas
Subjects (Organizations)
Texas Bureau of Economic Geology
El Aguila
Shell Development Company

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Walter Scott Adkins Papers, 1892-1963, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin.

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Detailed Description of Papers.

 

Inventory

Box
3C64 (04438273) Correspondence, 1914-1915, 1919-1943
Box
3C65 (04438284) Correspondence, 1944-1957, undated
Robert T. Hill, 1918-1932, undated
Doris Malkin, 1944-1950, undated
L. Pervinguiere, 1895-1926
W. M. Winton, 1918-1930
Box
3G413 (04438295) Maps and charts
Newspaper clippings:
General
Robert T. Hill
Miscellaneous Hill documents
Miscellany
Box
4C496 (04438251) L. K. Oil, North East Texas, anonymous
Alexander, C. I., Saratoga Chalk, 1939
Anderson, F. M., L. K. California (Abs.), 1936
Adkins
Adkins, Woodbine, 1949
W. S. Adkins, "Geology 82"
Adkins, Eagle Ford Condensed Zone, 1949
Adkins, Woodbine, E. F.
Woodbine locality notes, duplicates, 1946
Adkins, strat notes
Adkins, Big Bend
Adkins, W. S., miscellaneous, 1939
Adkins, miscellaneous, 1954
Adkins, miscellaneous notes, 1945, undated
Parts of miscellaneous reports, W. S. Adkins
Gryphaea, W. S. Adkins
Anonymous, "Early Man of the Hill Country, Texas"
Adkins, Age of Folding
Plymouth, Taft fields report, W. S. Adkins, 1936
Adkins, "Ammonite Zonation in Texas," 1931
Adkins, 1919, undated
Adkins, miscellaneous
Correlation, principles, 1942-1952
Adkins, strata terminology, 1914
Preliminary work, WSA, Trans-Pecos
Tyler Basin K, Bailey, Evans, and Adkins, 1943
Adkins, W. S., on Hill
Adkins:
Notes
Geology 82 Inst.
Report on area near Tona, Hunt County
Fredericksburg zonation
Geology of Texas, 1938
Miscellaneous
Trans-Pecos, Baker or Adkins
Adkins, Schinoids
Baker, C. L., Geology of Mexico
Box
4C497 (04438874) Wade, L., 1942
Warren, P.S., 1948
Weaver, P., 1948
Wells, J. W., 1936
Wellings
White, Owen P., 1925
Whitney, F. L., 1914-1939, 1963
Photographs, Whitney or Simonds
Whitney, F. L., notes
Whitney, F. L., 1928-1929
Wilson, D., 1951
Wingfield, F. L., 1933
Winton, W. M., 1920-1921, 1945
Wards natural science, 1919-1920
Vogel, F. A., 1942
Vaughn, T. W., 1939-1942
University of Texas Maces
Udden, J. A., 1920-1932
Tucker, Helen, 1929
Thomas, N. L., 1934
Taylor, T. U., 1938
Thomas, C. D., 1942
Schuchert, C., 1940
Schweighauser, J., 1956
Scott, Gayle, 1931-1944
Sellards, E. H.
Semmes, D. R.
Short, R. T., 1927
Schuler, E. W., 1928, 1954
Shumard, B. F.
Singley, J. A., 1893
Smiser, J. S., 1924-1934
Smithwick, Noah
Snider, L. C.
Spath, L. F., 1928-1955
Standley, P. C., 1939
Steig, M. S., 1934
Stenzel, H. B., 1932-1947
Stephenson, L. W., 1929-1945
Sternberg, C. H., 1929
Stoyanow, Alexander, 1936-1951
Strain, W. S., 1955
Sullins, Joe, 1952
Rainwater, E. H., 1942
Rathbun, M. J., 1931-1934
Ravenel, W. Dec., 1927
Reely, A., 1949
Reeside, J. B., 1931-1933
Robbins, Cora
Roessler, A., 1937
Robler
Rod, Emile
Ross, Gene
Roig, C. A.
Rowler, F. W.
Russell, R. D.
Ryniker, C.
O'Gara, W. T.
Rod Catton, notes
Pearce, J. E.
Pfordte, O. F.
Phillips, W. B.
Pike, William S., Jr.
Plummer, F. B.
Plummer, H. J.
Pound, William
Powers, S.
Price, W. A.
McCawley, O. W.
MacGillary, H. J.
Magana, Juan
Maync, Wolf
McEwen, E. D.
Moore, Francis, Jr.
Moreman, Walter L.
Moore, R. C.
Muir, J. M.
Mulleried, F. G. K.
Muller, K.
Newfarmer, L. R.
Nunnally, J. D.
Lane, A. C.
Lawrence, G. F.
Leblanc, R. J.
Litsey, J. B.
Lloyd, E. Russell
Loetterle
Lonsdale, J. T.
Lowman, S. W.
Rozo, F. E.
Imlay, R. W.
Keith, A.
Kellough, G. R.
Kellum, L. B.
Kerlin, M. L.
Keyser, F. G.
Kidd, George
Kilian, W.
King, P. B.
King, Robert
Kummel, B.
Krumbein, W. C.
Kutassy, A.
Jacob, Charles
Jones, W. V.
Haas, O. H.
Harris, G. D.
Hazzard, R. T.
Hazzard, East Gulf Coast
Haug, Emile
Hay, W., notes
Hill, R. T.
Howe, A. V.
Humphrey, W. E.
Guana
Limestones
Marine realms
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous, K
Sed. Structs.
Clastics
Climate
Comite geology
Desiderata
Chem. Sedts.
Chile
Geiser/S. W.
Brazil
Argentina
Adkins, W. S.
Adkins, miscellaneous
Barker on Venezuela LSS
Bauerschmidt
Barker forams
Bell and Shepard, Woodbine So. Pressure
Baker, explanation of brady plates
Barker, R. W., Encyclopedia Methodique
Barker, Orbitoids of Monroe Gas Rock
South America, general
Reel beds
Paraguay
Organisms/seds.
Van Emen
Water transport
Miscellaneous geological publications
Miscellaneous well logs
Distribute
Brennan, oil field fluids
Sedimentation/terrestrial
Box
4C498 (04438885) Age of folding, 1950
Mulleried, 1948
Adkins collection, undated
Geography
Ammonite, 1935
E. T. Dumble
Marcou types, 1853
Bibliography for graduate students, 1946
Van Houlton
Mexico, 1936
Negatives
Tables, cretaceous rocks of Sonara, western Chihuahua and adjacent areas
Adkins, W. S., on Hill, 1948
Illustrations
Adkins and King
Arkansas
Anderson
Anatinidae
Cinulia
Corals
Crassatelltidae
Cycads
Decapods
Grypaea
Echinidea
Pteriidae
Salenia
Spondylus
Turritilla
Veneraceae'
Woodbine
Adkins (Geology 82), 1932
Xilitla
Bose, Emil, manuscript material
Box
4C499 (04438309) Bibliography
Buda
Albian correlations
Albian
Aptian
Austin
Forams
Principles of nomen
Asteroidea
Characeae
Society for the Study of Speciation, 1943, 1946
Vesicularis
Vascoceratidae
Texanititae
Turrilitidae
Scaphitidae
Schloenbachidae
Sphenodiscidae
Nautiloidea
Pachydiscidae
Parahoplitidae
Perisphinctidae
Peroniceratidae
Phlycticrioceratidae
Prionocyclus
Engonoceras
Engonoceratidae
Lyellicertidae
Mortoniceras, WSA
Mammitidae
Mantelliceratidae
Metoicoceratidae
Miscellaneous [?], Upper Jurassic ammonites
Description
Desmoceratidae
Dipoloceratidae
Douvilleiceratidae
Cheloniceratidae
Cephalopada
Coilopoceratidae
Bacustidae
Aniscoceratidae
Acanthohoplitnae
Aconthocratidae
Venezuela
Adkins, W. S., Paluxy fossils
Adkins, W. S., Thinking Ms.
Ammonite keys
Venezuela
Box
4C500 (04438353) Brachiopods
Bell
Photographs
Brewster
Anderson
Comal
Culberson County
Dawson County
Crockett
Crane
Cooke
Concho
Coke County
Dallas
Dallas County and Ellis County
Fort Worth
Fredericksburg
Eagle Ford
Edwards
Del Rio
Denton
Duck Creek
Cenomanian, Europe
Cenomanian, Turonean correlations
Cenomanian
Chicontopec
Chispa, Summit
Comanche Peak
Comanche
Cow Creek
Indidura
Kiamichi
K - Mexico
Mesozoic Strat.
Mexico
Navarro
Paluxy
Paw Paw
Pecan Gap
San Felipe
Tamasopo
Torcer
Tula. Tps.
Tuscaloosa
Upper Cretaceous
Woodbine - Eagle Ford
General description of formations
Georgetown
Geosynclines
Glen Rose
Grayson
History
Introduction
Hill
Johnson
McLennan
A. J. Grett, McLennan County
Eagle Pass
Maverick County
Maverick
La. Sabine
Louisiana
Loving County
Lynn County
Limestone
Aeronautical charts (No. Mexico)
Block Gap
Brewster
Medina
Medina County
Sabinas Basin, Eagle Pass
Leon County
Box
4C501 (04438310) Leon
Van Horn Mountains, Southwest
Etholen area (Hudspeth County)
Southern Quitman
Bobb Ranch
Malone Mountains, Hudspeth
Speck Ranch
Hopkins
Kinney County
Jeff Davis
Jackson County
Quitmans, C. L. Baker
Lamar
La Salle
Hill County
Denton County
Denton
Edwards Plateau
Edwards County
Falls County
Edwards Plateau
Fannin
Fisher County
Florida
Franklin
Garza County
Grayson
Gregg
Hardin County
Harrison
Henderson
Arcidae
Adkins, Geology course
Erosion
Gastiopoda
Grypharo
Lucindae
Nucultidae
Ostiacoda
Ostreidae
Otsliths
Pectinidae
Pelecypoda
Pernidae
Pisces
Plants
Box
2L143 (04438397) Geological reports, A-G:
Adkins, W. S., geological, reconnaisance of the Solitaru
Anonymous:
Salt dome production to 1935
Isthmus of Tehuantepec
Tabasco
Vera Cruz
Gulf Coastal Plain
Geology of Mexican Gulf Coast
Bell, J.:
San Luis Potosi
Vera Cruz
Bose, E.:
Tabasco, ewapas
Echuoids
2748
Bustamante, M.; San Luis Potosi
Callahan, T. W.; Chiapas
Cox, Ben B.;
Observations Bearing on a Laboratory Study of the Transformation of Organic Material into Petroleum
Crandall, K. H.:
Permian Stratigraphy of Southeastern New Mexico and Adjacent Portions of Western Texas
Douglas, D. J.; The Interpretation of the Results of Mechanical Analysis
Elliser, Alma C.; An Interpretation of the Miocene Formation of South Louisiana
Forgotson, James M., Jr.; Report on Regional Sedintary Stratigraphic Analysis of the Upper Jurassic Series of the Gulf Region
Frost, Jack:
Some Characteristics of the Comanchean Formation as Shown by Well Cuttings
Some Characteristics of the Comachean Formation at Mexia
Gabb's California types
Geology Department I. P. - Tabasco - Chiapas
Box
2L144 (04438400) Geological reports, G-S:
George, William O.; Memorandum on Ground-Water Supplies in the Vicinity of the Seogoville Federal Reformatory for Women in Dallas County, Texas
Holman, Fernando and Driver; Pliocene of a Part of the City of Los Angeles
Ickes, E. L.:
Geological Survey Between Tamemas, V. C. and San Pedro, S. L. P.
Supplement to Geological Report on Tantoyuca - Tempoal Region Tamemas, V. C. and San Pedro, S. L. P.
Vera Cruz
Vera Cruz and S. L. P.
Jackson, R. T.; Echini
Keyte, I. A.; Correlation of Pennsylvanian Permian of Glass Mountains and Delaware Mountains
King Brothers; Stratigraphy of Outcropping Carkoniferous and Permian Rocks of Trans-Pecos Texas
King, Phil; Stratigraphy - Cretaceous Rocks, The Comanche Series
King, Robert E.; Cretaceous Section Near Ari Vechi, Sonara
Lambert, J.; Echnoids From Senegal
Livingston, Penn; Ground-Water Resources at Sherman, Texas
Lowman, S. W.:
Preliminary Report on the Chicontepec Embayment
Report on the Lower Part of the Trinity Outcrop North of De Queen, Pike County, Arkansas
McKanna, E. A.:
Tuxpam Mountain Region
Sam Javier
Tehuantepec
McKee, H. H.; Metaltoyuca
Martin, L. T.; Cretaceous Foraminifera
Mitchell, M. W.; Reconerable oil
Monteith, A. L.; Bell County
Moon, F. W.; San Sebastian
Moreman, W. L.; Stratigraphy of Eagle Ford Formation of North and Central Texas
Mullerried, F. K. G.; Publications of Mullerried arranged in chronological order
Petty, Dabney E.; Notes on History of Potash Development Near Valentine, Presidio County
Pike, W. S.; Suggestions as to the Nature of the Midway - Wilcox Contract
Plummer, Helen Jean; Microscopial Evidence of the Navarro - Taylor Contact in Subsurface Sections in Central Texas
Scott, Gayle; unpublished manuscripts
Box
2L148 (04438411) Geological reports, S-T:
Shell Oil Company, bibliography
Short, R. T., Formation Characteristics Found in Well Borings
Southwestern Geological Society; minutes of meetings, 1919-1920
Sparks, D. D.:
Reconerable oil
Poza Rica area
Diamond drilling on Cacolilas
Stenzel, H. B.:
The Y equa problem bill 3945 reprint
Decapod Crustaceous
Strecker, John K., memorial
Streerwitz, William Ritter von, bibliographic data
Twenhofel, Dr.; Sedimentation discussion at Texas A & M
Box
2L149 (04438422) Geological reports, U-Miscellaneous:
Udden, J. A.:
Texas Potash
Kansas City, Mexico and Orient Railway
Valuation Federal Zope Properties
Vanderpore, Paluxy Broken Arrow Formation
Villarello, J. D.; Tabasco - Chiapas
White, M. P.:
A Possible Correlation of El Abra
Nuevo Leon
Formations From McAllen, Texas to Lampazos via Laredo
Wissler, S. G.; Formaninifera of the Puente Formation
Miscellaneous geological reports
The Geology of Texas, volume I, stratigraphy, 1933
Box
4Y481 (04438433) San Antonio Scientific Society, 1905-1920
Personal files, 1938-1952
Printed material, 1923-1949
Scrapbook
Box
4Y482 (04438444) County maps
Class notes, Zoology
Congresso Geologico International, 1956
Box
4Y483 (04438455) Published reports, 1930-1956
Box
4Y484 (04438466) Published reports, books, maps, 1917-1962
Mary Grace Muse, University of Texas class register, 1929-1930
Box
4Y485 (04438477) Journal, 1952-1962
Published reports, pamphlets, maps, correspondence, miscellaneous bulletins, 1892-1949
Box
CDL2/M199 (04438900) Published reports:
Dumnle, E. T.:
"Geology of Southwestern Texas," 1902
"Physical Geography, Geology and Resources of Texas," 1898
Big Bend
Farrington, D. C., "Observations on the Geology and Geography of Western Mexico," 1904
Scott, Gaye, "These Presentee a la Faculte Des Sciences de Grenoble," 1926
Dusensky, A. N., "Central Geological Laboratory - Caracas, 1947"
Report of Houston Geological Society Study Group, Electrical Well Logging
Report on Geology of Rio Grande Valley, 1909
Maps
Notes
Texas, North - Road logs
Department of the Interior, "U. S. Geological Survey 1532," undated
Box
CDL2/M329 (04438863) Miscellaneous notes, correspondence, maps, charts, printed material, 1917-1952
Agiula, Tampico, 1921
Book plates
Mesa de Catujanes
Printed material, reports, bulletins, correspondence, 1906-1957
Notes on Codex Tepoztlan
Manuscript material, 1921-1954
Sul Ross State Teachers College Bulletin, 1948
Notes
Cuatro Cienegas, Coahiula, 1920
Mullerreid bibliography, 1949
Bulletin of the United States National Museum, number 17; "On the Zoological Position of Texas, 1880, 1933"
Box
CDL2/M330 (04438896) Notes
Notebooks, [?-1952]
Box
4Y486 (04438910) Miscellaneous scrapbooks, notes, 1924-1933, undated
Lasswitz, work copy, 1953
Box
3S117d At Sid Richardson Hall:
Postcards
Box
3Z109r Photographs:
Family & Friends
Austin & Tecolote
Including:
Snow and sleet
Spiller House
Tecolote Hill from the University Tower
Tecolote, Austin
Box
3Z109s Tecolote, Austin
Mining Operations [ca. 1903-1910]
Including:
Brewster County
Terlingua Quicksilver District
Big Bend Cinnabar Mining Company
Presido County
Box
3Z109t Terlingua Creek
Culberson, Smith, Burnet, Uvalde, and Ward Counties
Including:
Sulfur
Old Brooks Saline
Miscellaneous Texas Scenes
Including:
Quitman Draw
Near Presido County
Chihuahua River, Guadalupe
Houston
Cedar Park Quarry
Don Martin Dam and surrounding area
Pecos and Del Rio
Box
3Z109u Cedar Mills
Beaucarnea intermis, Canton Pass
Austin
Hot Springs
Arthur City
East Texas
Denton
Grayson County
Probably Texas
Including:
Interiors
Exteriors
Hunting & Fishing
Saratoga
Other U.S. Places
Including:
Arizona
Box
3Z109v California
Colorado
Louisiana
Massachusetts
New Mexico
Ohio
Oklahoma
Tennessee
Canada
Including:
Lawson View
Big Fissure Mine
Lake Tewiskawing
Haileyburg
Mexico & South America
Including:
Xochicalco
Cuicuilco
Box
3Z109w Chihuahua
Mexico
Cartujanos
Oaxaco
Dos Bocas
Box
3S135.1 Coahuilites, Maverick County
Lampazos
Africa
Marrakech, Morocco
Algeria
Europe
Including:
London
Geological Studies
Geologist Conferences & Geologists in the Field
Core Samples - Humble Oil & Refining Company
Copy prints of Fossils & Maps
Miscellaneous Photo-postcards
Box
3Y591 Friends and Family
Austin and Tecolote
Probably Texas
Mexico and South America
Europe
Unidentified Landscapes
Slides
Including:
Austin, Texas
Paris, Texas
Gonzales County, Texas
Bookplates
Box
3T92 Restricted Geological formations and landscapes, Texas
Box
3T93 Restricted Geological formations and landscapes, Mexico
Box
3T94 Restricted Geological formations and lands
Box
3T96 Restricted Fossils
Box
3S92.1 Photo-processing Enclosures:
Friends and Family
Austin and Tecolote
Tecolote, Austin
Mining Operations [ca. 1903-1910]
Culberson, Smith, Burnet, Uvalde, and Ward Counties
Miscellaneous Texas Scenes
Probably Texas
Other U.S. Places
Canada
Mexico and South America
Europe
Geological Studies
Geologist Conferences & Geologists in the Field
Printed Illustrations from Books
Box
3Y596 Photograph album, "Pictures at Fort Worth, Texas, 1913-1914"
2 photograph albums, undated
Box
4J363 Correspondence
Field notes concerning trip to Mexico and Eagle Pass, [ca. 1931 - ca. 1940]
Paleontology notebook/sketchbook, [ca. 1904?]
Box
3S30 Restricted Photographs:
Big Bend, 1938-1941
Chisos Mountains, 1938-1947
Fort Stockton, 1920-1926
Sierra Blanca, 1938, 1949, 1951
Study Butte, 1938
Terlingua, 1920, 1928, 1929, 1938, 1940, 1951, 1953, 1954
West Texas, 1920-1939
Professor W. F. Cummins, between Cardenas and Labor (SLP), by J. M. Muir, April 1921
Sierra de la Silla, Monterey, 1920s
Miscellaneous, 1926-1927
"Johnny Muir has a vision of paradise," print, 1924
Box
3S31 Restricted Photographs:
Geological: geologists group
Mexico, archaeology
Mexico, general
Box
3S100 Restricted Mexico:
Las Mesillas, Western Nuevo Leon
Cartujanes
Texas:
Medina County, Texas
Medina River
Austin
University of Texas campus
Barton Springs
Construction of Geology Building and Littlefield Fountain, 1932
Unidentified structures, 1933
San Jose Mission
Miscellaneous
People:
Ferdinand Lindheimer
W. S. Adkins
Hortense and W. M. Winton
Ferdinand Roemer
Emile Bose
Carlos Burckhardt
Professor DeVries
Box
3T97 Restricted Lantern slides of fossils
Glass negatives of fossil data charts
Safety negatives:
Adkins and others
Fossils
Box
3Y594 Restricted Film negatives:
Don Martin, etc.
Austin geology
Beaucarnea
Franklin, Texas, March 1921
Del Rio area
Viernes, December 21, 1922
Black Mesa, 1920
Mexico
Choy Cave
Austin
Box
3Y111a Restricted Austin and Tecolote
Box
3Y111a Restricted Tecolote, Austin
Mining Operations [ca. 1903-1910]
Culberson, Smith, Burnet, Uvalde, and Ward Counties
Miscellaneous Texas Scenes
Box
3Y111b Restricted Miscellaneous Texas Scenes
Probably Texas
Other U.S. Places
Canada
Mexico and South America
Box
3Y111c Restricted Mexico and South America
Europe
Geologist Conferences & Geologists in the Field
Miscellaneous Unidentified Negatives [mostly landscapes]
Box
3Z109g Restricted Glass Negatives:
Geological Studies
Box
3Z109h Restricted Geological Studies
Box
3Z109i Restricted Geological Studies
Box
3Z109j Restricted Geological Studies
Box
3Z109k Restricted Geological Studies
Box
3Z109l Restricted Geological Studies
Box
3Z109m Restricted Geological Studies
Box
3Z109n Restricted Geological Studies
Box
3Z109o Restricted Geological Studies
Box
3Z109p Restricted Geological Studies
Box
3Z109q Restricted Geological Studies
Artifact collection
Map collection

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