This page is from George Sternberg's personal photo album. These black-and-white photographs were captured by George Sternberg in 1913. They show the rock formations, plant life, and fossils in the Belly River formation and the badlands. He does not specify whether the badlands€ he mentions are in reference to the Badlands National Park or if he is using badlands€ in reference to the style of outcrop. Therefore, these photos could have been taken either in South Dakota or in Canada, where he took photos of the Belly River formation. Sternberg handwrote a short description in cursive underneath each photo. Each photo shows a different aspect of the formations in the Belly River and the badlands.
11 x 15 inch post-bound photographic scrapbook
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "007-00: George Sternberg Photo Album Number 2" (1913). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 14.
A fine example of how the Bellyriver [sic] [Belly River] formation is being eroded. Also shows the stratification with here and there the sand has become solidified. (23932 July 29-13) ; In some places the badlands are very steep. (25427 Oct 28-13) ; These beds are rich in fossil remains (25425 Oct 28-13) ; This shows the cross bedding. You will note more plant life on the slopes of these badlands than in preceding pictures. (22934 July 29-13)