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John Muir Wood, Staffa near Fingal's Cave, 1850 (ca), Medium salt paper print from a calotype negative, National Galleries of Scotland, Courtesy of the National Galleries of Scotland, Presented by the Muir Wood family 1985, Accession no. PGP W 70, LL/36211
 
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Introduction
661.01   Introduction to geology and mineralogy
Locations
661.02   Utah: Devil's Slide
661.03   California: Yosemite Valley
661.04   Charles Waldack: Mammoth Cave, Kentucky (1866)
661.05   Mandeville Thum: Mammoth Cave, Kentucky (1877)
661.06   Ben Hains: Views of Mammoth Cave and vicinity (1889)
661.07   Brett Weston: Lava abstractions
 
  
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