This page is from George Sternberg's personal photo album. These black-and-white photos were collected by paleontologist George Sternberg. The left photograph shows Sternberg's colleagues and the hole that they mined in the side of a stratified outcropping. Two men are standing to the left of the hole. In the entrance of the hole, a large shovel is propped against the wall. To the right of the entrance, three pickaxes are propped against the hill. The right photo shows Sternberg's colleagues driving a team of four horses up a steep winding path through the hills. One man is standing in the wagon filled with fossil specimens and is driving the horses. The other man is running next to the horses. Underneath both of these photos are inscriptions written by Sternberg.
11 x 15 inch post-bound photographic scrapbook
© University Archives, Fort Hays State University
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "049-00: George Sternberg Album Number 2" (1914). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 172.
The specimen uncovered. We dug a hole 35 feet deep and the floor is 20 feet by 20 feet (29098). ; Hauling out about 1500 lbs, with 4 horses. This was the steepest pull on this steep hill. (29123).