Papers consist of his typescript report and map on ancient petroglyphs in southern Nevada (Grapevine Canyon), 1925; a letter
from Prof. Edward Suess, 1907, pertaining to Cambrian limestone conglomerates; and a letter from T. C. Chamberlin, 1909, pertaining
to Dr. Frederick A. Cook and canals on Mars.
Eliot Blackwelder was a professor of geology at Stanford University from 1922-1945. He received his A.B. (1901) and his Ph.D.
(1914) from the University of Chicago.
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