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Charles Lewis Gazin, Someone (probably Charles Lewis Gazin) unearthing specimens. Man's hand shown using a tool in the desert to unearth specimens. Glass bottle and metal tool are depicted., 1959, Field notes, Smithsonian Institution Archives, Local number: SIA2012-3411, LL/49706
 
Palaeontology
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707.01   Palaeontology
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707.02   Bone Field on Talbot Hill, 10 miles from Canon City, Colo.
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707.03   Philip Henry Delamotte: Models of Extinct Animals (1855)
707.04   James Deane: Ichnographs from the sandstone of Connecticut River (1861)
 
  
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