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    An address delivered at the twenty-sixth commencement convocation of the Rice Institute by Isaiah Bowman, Ph.D., Sc.D., LL.D., President of The Johns Hopkins University

    Argentina, Harold Palmer, Bowman's assistant

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    Palmer.Harold Palmer, a graduate student in geology at Yale, was Bowman’s assistant during the 1913 Expedition to Central Andes.Professor Bowman's Expedition to the Central Andes. Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, Vol. 45, No. 5 (1913), pp. 348-351. Available: http://www.jstor.org/stable/199071 .GrayscaleBowman nitrate negative, box

    Argentina, herder on mule

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    Cattle crosing at 13,800 [feet].Expedition to Central AndesGrayscaleBowman nitrate negative, box

    Franklin County (Washington), fields near Kahlotus

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    Fallow just under left center of skyline. The rest harvested this year. Natural vegetation in foreground. 18 miles southwest of Kahlotus.Field trip of 1930GrayscaleBowman nitrate negative, box 1

    Slave Lake (Alberta), family traveling by foot to Grand Prairie from Edmonton

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    Family of 3 with cow, calf, horse, & sack traveling barefoot in mud from Edmonton to Grand Prairie. Passing through Slave Lake.Field trip of 1932GrayscaleBowman nitrate negative, box 1

    Sublette (Kansas), croplands near town

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    Sublette, Kansas. A characteristic flat plains town whose buildings have more relief than the landscape.Field trip of 1930GrayscaleBowman nitrate negative, box 1

    Harney County (Oregon), Borax Lake at foot of Abert Rim

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    Borax Lake (Abert) at foot of Abert Rim.Field trip of 1932GrayscaleBowman nitrate negative, box 1

    Kahlotus (Washington), horse-drawn plow in wheat fields

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    [A.M. Cannon, Kahlotus, Washington.]Field trip of 1930GrayscaleBowman nitrate negative, box 1
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