This page is from George Sternberg's personal photo album. A page from paleontologist George Sternberg's Photo Album Number 2. This page depicts four pictures with notes by Sternberg describing the land and geological formations. The top right photograph depicts a landscape containing the Red Deer River, trees, and outcrops. The top left photo shows a partial skull fossil of a Styracosaurus albertensis. The bottom left picture is another image of the Red Deer River, as well as more outcroppings. The final photo on the bottom right of the page shows the badlands that sit in front of the Red Deer River. At the top of the page is a handwritten inscription. Under each photo is a short handwritten inscription.
11 x 15 inch post-bound photographic scrapbook
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "006-00: George Sternberg Photo Album Number 2" (1913). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 9.
Belly river formation ; Looking up Red Deer river from a point about 3 miles below Steveville, note innumerable sand bars. (24227-Aug 8-1913) ; Part of a skull of Styrocosaurus albertensis. (25420-Oct 28-13) ; Taken from a point about Â½ mile below the above picture looking upstream. (25434-Oct 28-13) ; A closer view of badlands in preceding view. (25435-Oct 28-13)