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Papers and Photographs
Folder 1: Correspondence with W.B. Cook (January 17, 1941) and Bibliography of Related Resources
Folder 2: Photo Album, Shasta Special Map and 19 Photographs depicting the Mud Creek Glacier
Item1: sc1888 Photograph of Mount Shasta (Winter), view from the West, near Sisson
Item 2: sc1889 Photograph enlargement of Mud Creek Glacier. On the left skyline is Thumb Rock and central point is the summit of Shasta.
Item 3: sc1890 Photograph is an enlargement of a panorama picture that shows the details of the wall. (1 of 4) Includes a copy of full panorama view on back of item.
Item 4: sc1891 Photograph is an enlargement of a panorama picture that shows the details of the wall. (2 of 4)
Item 5: sc1892 Photograph is an enlargement of a panorama picture that shows the details of the wall. (3 of 4)
Item 6: sc1893 Photograph is an enlargement of a panorama picture that shows the details of the wall. (4 of 4)
Item 7: sc1894 Photograph of the snout or nose of the Mud Creek Glacier as it appeared on September 6, 1924.
Item 8: sc1895 Photograph of a close-up of the Glacial Wall. On the left of the photograph a great mass has just broken away, throwing up a cloud of dust.
Item 9: sc1896 Photograph of a close-up of the lower Canyon Wall.
Item 10: sc1897 Photograph showing a field of glacial boulders that were carried along with the flood of water and sand that was deposited at the bottom of the old forest floor. There is a young women sitting on one of the boulders.
Item 11: sc1898 Photograph shows a water channel after running dry, with a group of people in it to show the size of the channel walls. Seven feet of wall and the bottom is still six or seven feet above the level of the old forest floor.
Item 12: sc1899 Photograph showing a glacial stream running dry, with mostly liquid mud at the bottom. There is a group of people standing at the top of the stream.
Item 13: sc1900 Photograph showing a young woman in a channel or crevasse caused by the flooding. A group of people are shown above the channel.
Item 14: sc1901 Photograph of a dry channel or crevasse caused by the flooding and showing the impact of the coating of five to ten feet of glacial sand.
Item 15: sc1902 Photograph showing a young woman in a channel or crevasse caused by the flooding. The woman is examining the channels dark soil which has a coating of sand and glacial boulders.
Item 16: sc1903 Photograph showing the flow as thirteen feet deep. It shows a young women pointing out the standard telegraph wires, which were erected 18 feet above the forest floor, and now are only five feet above the glacial deposit.
Item 17: sc1904 Photograph showing Shasta Alpine Lodge, built by the Sierra Club in 1921 at the Horse Camp on the West slope of the mountain situated at the timber line 8,000 ft. evaluation. And sc1905 Photograph showing a young man in a doorway of the Shasta Alpine Lodge
Item 18: Photograph of Mud Creek Glacier