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76 Interesting shots of flat-lying, blockey shale near the base of the fossiliferous unit.Image
77 Interesting shots of flat-lying, blockey shale near the base of the fossiliferous unit.Image
78 Interior of the C-LDQ Visitor's Center showing a dinosaur skeleton.Image
79 Jim Jensen, BYU, Earth Science Museum, Provo, UT.Image
80 Jim Madsen (U of U, Earth Science Museum).Image
81 Jim Madsen (U of U, Earth Science Museum).Image
82 John Hale (Yale) in packing areaImage
83 Kermit Horn (L) and Alan Staker, students.Image
84 Kermit Horn (L), Grant Stokes, and Alan Staker, U of U field crew.Image
85 Large rib in blocky shale, Quarry number 2214.Image
86 The last attempt at housing the C-LDQ field crew was a 16 foot square shack that boasted a gas stove and refrigerator, a table, four chairs, and two folding cots. (June 1962)Image
87 The last step is the touch-up of any nicks and scrapes sustained during transportation and mounting. (October 1988)Image
88 Lateral view of right ilium of Allosaurus.Image
89 Lateral view of small premaxilla, Allosaurus.Image
90 Lateral view of three teeth in dentary(?).Image
91 Laying the entire skeleton out on the floor allows a last minute check for all parts to be at hand.Image
92 The left background may be very close to the original Princeton Quarry outline.Image
93 Left coracoid, Allosaurus (UUVP 0439).Image
94 Left dentary, medial view of anterior end, Ceratosaurus.Image
95 Left dentary, medial view, Ceratosaurus.Image
96 Left femur, Camptosaurus (UUVP 2259).Image
97 Left ischium, Camptosaurus (UUVP 2383).Image
98 Left maxilla, Ceratosaurus, as exposed.Image
99 Left maxilla, Ceratosaurus, lateral view.Image
100 Left maxilla, Ceratosaurus, medial view.Image
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