31 Geological Survey Bulletins, Maps, Professional Papers (1893, 1910s-40s) 

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Seller: baybirdalabama (24) 100%, Location: Mobile, Alabama, Ships to: US, Item: 312397351052 Offered is a very nice collection of early 20th century geological bulletins, maps, and professional papers. Please see below for a detailed list of all included items which total 28 books and 3 miscellaneous maps. The earliest item offered is from 1893 and all others are from the 1910s, 20s, 30's and 40's. All items are in good condition. Please see photos for condition and if you require any further information feel free to send an inquiry. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- List of items included in this offered lot:Replacement Aplite Breccia – G. E. Goodspeed and Richard E. Fuller– Reprinted for private circulation from The Journal of Geology Vol. LII, NO.4, July 1944Mineral Constituents and Origin of a Certain Kaolin Deposit Near Spokane, Washington – G. E. Goodspeed and A. A. Weymouth – Reprinted from the Journal of the American Ceramic Society, Vol. 11, No. 9, September 1928The Boring Mechanism of Teredo – Robert Cunningham Miller –University of California Publications in Zoology, Vol. 26, No. 4, pp. 41-80,plates 3-6, 6 figures in text – University of California Press Berkeley, California,1924 – signed top right by A. A Weymouth (personal copy?)Variations in the Shell of Teredo Navalis in San Francisco Bay – Robert Cunningham Miller – University of California Publications in Zoology, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 293-328, plates 13-17, 6 figures in text –University of California Press Berkeley, California, 1922 – signed top right byA. Allen Weymouth (personal copy?)Variations in the Pallets of Teredo Navalis in San Francisco Bay – Robert Cunningham Miller – University of California Publications in Zoology,Vol. 22, No. 8, pp. 401-414, plates 19-20 – University of California Press Berkeley, California, 1923 – Signed top right by A. Allen Weymouth (personal copy?)Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences – Fourth Series,Vol. VI, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, pp. 1-52, pl. 1 May 6 1916. (I) Eocene of the Lower Cowlitz River Valley, Washington (II) The Post-Eocene Formations of Western Washington (III) The Oligocene of Kitsap County, Washington – by Charles E. Weaver,Professor of Geology, University of Washington, Seattle – San Francisco,Published by the Academy, 1916Geology of Kettleman Hills Oil Field, California – G. C.Gester and John Galloway – Reprinted for private circulation from The Bulletin of The American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Vol. 17, No. 10, October,1933 – Signed by A. A. Weymouth in top left (personal copy?)Some Effects of the Recrystallization of Xenoliths at Cornucopia, Oregon – G. E. Goodspeed – From American Journal of Science, Vol.XX, August, 1930. Signed “With the compliments of G. E. Goodspeed” by author.Geology of a Portion of the Flathead Coal Area BritishColumbia – J. D. MacKenzie – Canada Department of Mines Hon. P. E. Blondin,Minister; R. G. McConnell, Deputy Minister, Geological Survey – Ottawa Government Printing Bureau, 1916. No.1039. (Supplementary map missing)Orbicular Rock From Buffalo. Hump, Idaho – G. E. Goodspeed –Reprinted from American Mineralogist, 27, 37-47 (1942).The Journal of Conchology – Vol. 15, No. 7. – August 15,1917 A Brief Study of the Succession of Clams on a Marine Terrace– Paul T. Wilson – Reprinted from Publications Puget Sound Biological Station,5: 137-148, Dec. 1, 1926. Signed top right A. Allen Weymouth (personal copy?)Notes on the Relationships of the Marine Saurian Fauna Described from the Triassic of Spitz-Bergen by Wiman - by John C. Merriam – Notes on the Dentition of Omphalosaurus by John C. Merriam and Harold C. Bryant – University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, Vol. 6, Nos. 13 and 14,pp. 317-332. Issued October 28, 1911Observation on Living specimens of Iridia Daphana, A Species of Foraminifera – Joseph Augustine Cushman of the Boston Society of Natural History – No. 2308. – from the Proceedings of the United States National Museum,Vol. 57, pages 153-158, with Plates 19-21. Washington Government Printing Office, 1920.Some Eocene Foraminifera Near Vacaville, California – G.Dallas Hanna – University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences. Vol. 14, No. 9, pp. 319-238, plates 58-59.October 31, 1923. University of California Press Berkeley, California 1923The Domengine Horizon Middle Eocene of California – Bruce L.Clark – University of California Publications, Bulletin of The Department of Geological Sciences. Vol. 16, No. 5, pp. 99-118, 1 figure in text. 1926. Signed top right A. A. Weymouth (personal copy?)Faunal Studies in the Cretaceous of the Santa Ana Mountains of Southern California – Earl Leroy Packard – University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology. Vol. 9, No. 12, pp.137-159, 1 map. Issued February 8, 1916. Signed top right A. A. Weymouth(personal copy?)A Cestraciont Spine from the Middle Triassic of Nevada –Pirie Davidson – University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology. Vol. 11, No. 4, pp. 433-435, 2 text-figures. May 9,1919. Signed top right A. A. Weymouth (personal copy?)Teeth of a Cestraciont Shark from the Upper Triassic ofNorthern California – Harold C. Bryant - University of California Publications,Bulletin of the Department of Geology. Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 27-30. Issued March28, 1914. Signed top right A. A. Weymouth (personal copy?)Corals from the Cretaceous and Tertiary of California and Oregon – Jorgen O. Nomland - University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology. Vol. 9, No. 5, pp. 59-76, plates 3-6. Issued January20, 1916. Signed top right A. A. Weymouth (personal copy?)Notes on the Marine Triassic Reptile Fauna of Spitzbergen –Carl Wiman - - University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology. Vol. 10, No. 5, pp. 63-73, 5 text-figures. Issued November6, 1916. Signed top right A. A. Weymouth (personal copy?)Mesozoic and Cenozoic Mactrinae of the Pacific Coast of North America – Earl L. Packard - University of California Publications,Bulletin of the Department of Geology. Vol. 9, No. 15, pp. 261-360, plates12-35. Issued May 1, 1916. Signed top right A. A. Weymouth (personal copy?)On the Separation of Minerals of High Specific Gravity – E.W. Dafert, M. A., PH.D and O. A. Derby, F. G. S. – Extracted from the Proceedings of the Rochester Academy of Science, Volume 2. – Rochester, N.Y.Published by the Society, January, 1893.Geology of Graham Island, British Columbia – J. D. MacKenzie– Canada Department of Mines, Hon. P. E. Blondin, Minister; R. G. McConnell, Deputy Minister, Geological Survey –Ottawa Government Printing Bureau 1916. No. 1622. (Map missing)The Kevin-Sunburst and Other Oil and Gas Fields of the Sweetgrass Arch – Eugene S. Perry – State of Montana, M. A. Brannon,Chancellor, The University of Montana – State Bureau of Mines and Metallurgy –Francis A Thomson, Director – Memoir No. 1 – Montana State School of Mines Butte, Montana, December 1928.Geology of the Eastern Part of the Santa Monica Mountains Los Angeles County California – by H. W. Hoots – Geological Survey Professional Paper 165-C – United States Interior – 1931. Large maps included.The Kaiparowits Region, A Geographic and Geologic Reconnaissance of Parts of Utah and Arizona – Herbert E. Gregory and Raymond C.Moore – Professional Paper 164 – United States Department of the Interior, RayLyman Wilbur, Secretary – United States Government Printing Office Washington:1931. Two large independent maps and text has illustrations plus on map. Twice signed by A. Allen WeymouthCorrelation of the Eocene Formations in Mississippi and Alabama – Wythe Cooke – Published December, 1925 – Pages 133-136 – Department of the Interior – Professional Paper 140-EIncluding three misc. maps from the early 20th century. FREE SHIPPING Condition: Used, Year: 1893-1944, Type: Geological Map

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