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Title:
Archaeological Site on Promontory Point
Date:
circa 1940
Description:

Photograph of six men who appear to be working at an archaeological site in Utah with a caption that reads, "The large cave on Promontory Point which contained hundreds of Indians moccasins, potsherds, basket, knives and other relics."

Found in RS: 15/2/21, Box 10, Folder "Archaeological Vistas in Prehistoric Utah" by Julian Steward

Negative Number 16325 a and b, RS: 39/2/22

Phys. Desc:

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Note the light-colored, triangular-shaped spot above the third man from the left, which appears to be a surface defect of the original print and was reproduced on copy negatives prior to the digital archiving of this image.

ID:
0000420
Repository:
University of Illinois Archives
Found in:
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Contributor:
Julian H. Steward
Rights:

Copyright Julian H. Steward.

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