Field notes and maps, various years between circa 1931 and 1955

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Date: 1931-1955

Citation: G. Arthur Cooper Papers, 1923-1993 and undated

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Cooper, G. Arthur (Gustav Arthur) 1902-


This field book contains notes on the paleontological specimen and geology in the South, Midwest, and Southwest United States taken between 1931 and 1955, although not continuously. Cooper describes stratigraphy, often providing color and consistency of shale in which fossils are found. Examples of fossils noted include cephalopoda, trilobites and brachiopoda genera streptorhynchus, pionodema, mimella, and rafinesquina. Other fossil specimen are noted as well. Locations Cooper visits include localities in Virginia, Texas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Kansas, Quebec, and New Mexico. Index of localities accompanies field notes. Also includes notes from Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University. Some coordinates are included. Page numbers for these field notes are 0001-0858.

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SIA RU007318

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G. Arthur Cooper Papers, 1923-1993 and undated

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Thru 1951 A-B Andersonville 811-813 Antes Gap, Pa 791 Alamogordo, N. Mex. 115 Anse a la Barbe, 6, 8 Archer City, Texas 35 Arnold Ranch 182, 249 Adair, Okla 403 Athens, Tenn 578, 628, 674, 730, 735 Albany , Tenn 688 Boyds Creek, Tenn 807 Bellefonte, Pa 788,789, 790 Bromide, Okla 775 Britton Church Tenn 735 Bluff City, Tenn 688 Bessemer, W. Va 621 Belfast Mill, Va 598 Burbank, Okla 414 Bowsher 1951 notes 201 - 330 Beach Mtn., Texas 22 Black Capes, Que 5 Blockhouse, Tenn 803 Black Rock, Que 3 Ballinger, Texas 404 Black Rock, Ark 13 Birch Tree, Mo 30 Big Sandy, Tenn 38 Bobs Landing, Tenn 39 Brownsport Furnace, Tenn 39 Blue Mound Glade 39, 40, 708 Beardstown, Tenn 43 Blocks, Glass Mtns. 89,96, 99, 100, 102, 104, 122, 154, 195, 406, 418a, 424, 440, 481, 538, 557, 713, 714, [[728?]], 746, 747, [771?]] Bland, Va 595 Brady, Texas 106 Bridgeport, Texas 125 Bowser Springs, Kans 143 Brooks Ranch, Texas 253, 263, 267, 363, 423, Batesville, Ark 709
C Clinton, Tenn 636 Catlett Gap, Ga 677 Clayton Dam, Va 693 Catawba Valley, Va 694 Collier Creek, Va 704 Charleston, Tenn 736 Copan, Okla 752 Cannon Falls, Minn 758 Chatfield, Minn 759 Center Hall, Pa 787 Cedar Ridge, Tenn 815, 817 Cisco, Ga 822 Chatham Hill, Va 833 Conondoguinet Creek, Pa 841 Chanute, Kans 854 B Bethel Valley, Tenn 808, 809 Big Ridge Park [[drawing of square]], Tenn 811 Big Wills Creek, Ala 819 Broodway, Va 838 Big Springs, Kans. 853, 857
C-D Chesney, Tenn 602, [[strikethrough]]670[[/strikethrough]] 670 Cisco, Texas 126 Clifton, Tenn. 47 Clifton City, Mo 29 Criner Hills, Olka 65 Cathedral Mtn., Texas 81, 291, 491, 492, 497 Clay Slide, Texas 93, 383, 520, Collections -Bowsher list 205 Cooper notes (1951) 331-402 " " (1953) 415-432 " " 1956 433-440 " " (1957) 443-481 Coleman, Texas 418 Cooper notes 1958 485-538 Chinati Mtns. 558 Carlsbad Caverns area 564 Cox Gap, Ala 572 Cattlet Gap, Ga 574 Chicamauga, Ga 575, 677 Christiansburg, Tenn 579, 673 [[inserted from below]] Cumberland Gap, Tenn. 591 Catawba Valley 596 [[/insert]] Dalhousie, NB 4 Douglas, Ariz 118 Dawsonville, Que 2 Decie Ranch 60, 77, 84, 179, 180, 186, 188, 244, 278, 347, 355, 469, 472, 478, 479, 482, 484, 553 [[insert came from here]] Dugout Mtn, Texas 182, 232, 248, 358, Derry Hills, N. Mex. 410 Dexter, Kans 413, 431, 846 Draper, Va 692 Decie Hills,[[Artinshia?]] 420, 421 Decie Hills, North side 474, 489 Dunkard Church, Va 654 Dalton, Ga 820 Dawson, Kans. 850
E - F - G East Sharpsburg, Pa 781 Enterprize Stone & Lime Co Qy, Pa 780 East Bethany, NY 10 Eudora, Kans 143, 853 Eidson, Tenn 586, 601, 687, 739 El Paso, Texas 20, 743 Eminence Mo 30 Edinburg, Va 625, 659 Evans Ferry, Tenn 671, 740 Ellett, Va 693, 832 Falls Creek, Okla 773 Fort Atkinson, Iowa 760 Fleanor Mill, Tenn 637, 669 Fort Loudon, Pa 611 Fountain City, Tenn. 583, 670 Finis, Texas 35 Frenchman Flat, Nev. 19 Fort Gibson, Okla. 64, 67, 403 Fife, Texas 109 Fossil bed of King 198, 294, 533, 534, Friendsville, Tenn 579, 630, 667, 729, 737 Fugates Hill, Va 593 Green Mount Church, Va 698, 834 Gaptank, Texas 76, 82, 283, 380 Gate City, Ala 675 Glasses Store, Tenn 683 Guthrie Gap, Tenn 732, 829 Georgetown, N. Mex 20, 117, 717 Glance, Ariz. 117 Ganister, Pa 782 Grand Summit, Kans. 846 Gunsight, Texas 26
H Honeycut Bend 724 House Creek, NY 796 Honey Creek, Pa 799 Halls X-Roads, Tenn 805 Hamms Quarry, Kans 851
H - I - J Hess Canyon, Texas 91, 92, 157 Hess Ranch 23, 79, 198, 232, 349, 439, 451, 483, 501, 537, 546 Hess Ranch fault block 60 Honey Creek, Texas 109 Ham Oklahoma localities 127, 140, Hennepin, Okla 134 Hess Ranch [[Hoist?]] 157, 158, 160, 295, 386, 464, 549, 555 Hess Canyon, Word #4 536 Hagan School, Va 600 Horse Camp, N. Mex 412 Harrisonburg, Va 603 Hagerstown, MD. 610, 623 Heiskell, Tenn 636 Hagan section, Va 643, 645, 684, 732 Hiwasse River, Tenn 674, 735 Hogskin Valley, Tenn 681, 731, 738 Hansonville, Va [[strikethrough]] 670 [/strikethrough]] 690 Haymaker, Va 695 Index 1958 notes 485 Indian Wells Canyon, N. Mex 411 Index 1950 notes 145 Bowsher notes (1951) 201-204 1951 notes 331 Iron Mtn, Texas 184, 395, 514 Index 1957 notes 442 I Kes Canyon, Nev 17 Ingersoll Quarry, Ont 0858 Jacksboro, Texas 33, 35, 63, 111 Jacksboro, Tenn 813 Jennings Gap, Va 836 Junction City, Kans 848
K - L Knoxville, Tenn 582 Kittrell, Tenn 665 Koch School, Mo 763 Kinzell Sprs. Quad., Tenn 806 Kusick, Tenn. 807 Lowville, N.Y. 796 Lemont, Pa 787 Lenoir City, Tenn 627, 634 Lantz Mill, Va 606, 618, Lexington, Va 597, 656, Lone Mtn., Tenn 585, 684 Linden, Tenn 42 Logan Canyon, Utah 14 Ladys Bluff, Tenn 45 Love Farm, Tenn 12, 38 Lake Valley, N. Mex. 116 Lone Mtn., Nev. 15, 18 Lobelville, Tenn 42 Localities, Glass Mtns. 85, 93, 95, 715-717 " [[ditto for: Localities,]] Guadalupes 406, 425 " [[ditto for: Localities,]] Sierra Diablo 562 Leonard Mt., Texas 171, 199, 159, 227, 230, 261, 277, 341, 372, 423, 433, 441, 453, 456, 458, 466, 497, 505, 509, Linville Sta, Va 605 Lake Forest, Tenn 680 Localities, Okla 1949 776 Lustres Gate, Va 831 Localities Okla. 1955 842
M Marion, Pa 611, 612, 623, 802 Mosheim, Tenn 626, 688 Marble Bluff, Tenn 633 Mayes Chapel, Tenn 638 Melrose Cavern, Va 658 Miser Sta., Tenn 668, 730 Maryville, Tenn 671 Mint, Tenn 672 Martins Ridge, Nev. 722 Middle Spring, Pa 778 Millburn Cemetery, Va 840 Muskogee, Okla 843 Mayes Co., Okla 844
M - N Marion, Va 595, 651, 652, 689 Marathon, Texas 23 Mt. Lebanon School, Tenn 40 Mason, Texas 24 Mousetail Bluff, Tenn 44 Martins Mills, Tenn 48 Murfreesboro, Tenn 51, 765, 766, Marshalls Knobs, Tenn 52 Maynardville, Tenn 54, 581, 670 Mill Creek, Topsy, Tenn 55 Maps, Glass Mtns. 70-73, 146-153, 321-330, 332-337, 394, 415-417, 443-449, 486-488, 539-545 Montgomery Ranch, Texas 83, Moran, Texas 124 Martins Lake, Texas 125 Mountain Lake, Okla 134 Muncie Bluffs, Kans. 143 Milepost 580, Glass Mtns. 291 McKittrick Canyon, Texas 406 Mud Springs Mtns., N. Mex 409 Moccasin Creek, Va 599 ------------------------------- New Richmond, Que 5 Neal Ranch, Texas 442 Newala, Ala 570 Nashville, Tenn 666 Newhope Church, Ala 676 Naginey, Pa 797
O - P Oklahoma collecting 1941 66 Orbisonia, Pa 800 Ocoee, Tenn 821 Otes, Tenn 828 Ottawa, Kans 856 Parkers Gap Tenn 577 Pegram ls, Tenn 55 Pierce Mill, Tenn 52 Perce, Que 9 Peelers Pond, Tenn 46 Phillipsburg, Que 1 Pratt Ferry 676 Plectotrophia Butte, Texas 25 Payne Hills, Texas 182 Picture record 1951 338 Picture record 1952 412 Porterfield Qy, Va 594, 649, 691 Port Daniel, Que 7 Pressmens Home Quadrangle, Tenn 208 - 216, 340 Pelham, Ala 588, 676 Philadelphia, Tenn 633, 673 Pictures 1949 771
Q - R Quinn's Point, Que 2 Rest, Va 614, 702 Red Hill, Tenn 601, 732 Readyville, Tenn 53, 663, 664 Rock Crossing, Okla 27, 139 Rockwood, Texas 418 Ragland Qy., Ala 573 Riceville, Tenn 578, 674 Riverton, Va 624 Rye Cove, Va 646, 741 Rocky Point, Va 655 Rome, Tenn 666 Rose Hill, Tenn 682 Rich Patch, Va 695 Rodman, Pa 780 Roaring Brook, NY 795
S Six Mile, Tenn 680 Shooks Gap, Tenn 680 St. Clair, Tenn 685, 739, 827 Swover Creek, Va 700 Searcy Spring, Ark. 709 Santa Rita, N. Mex 718, 743 Sulphur, Okla 751 Shippensburg, Pa 779 Salona, Pa 793 Sugar River, NY 797 Spring Run, Pa 801 Sequatchie Valley, Tenn 814 Snow Hill School, Tenn. 824 Spring Hill, Va 837 Split Tank, Texas 0023, 0058
S - T Savannah, Tenn 50 Searcy Mine, Ark. 13 Sewell Spring, Tenn 50 San Saba, Texas 106, 218, 725 Spring Creek, Okla 128, 135, 751, Sly Gap, N. Mex. 144 Sponge beds, Hess 198, Sullivan Ranch 385, 496 Santa Ana, Texas 418, 450. Speers Ferry, Va 589 Sharon Springs, Va 602, 692 St. Luke, Va 607 Strasburg Junction, Va 609, 616, 702 Short Creek, Tenn 49 Split Tank 23, 60, 76, 80, 94, 121, 310, Station Creek 644 Split Tank section 565 Staffordsville, Va 653 [[inserted from below]] Sponge bed, Word 712 [[/insert]] Thorn Hill, Tenn 12, 640 Threemile Mtn, Texas 560 Tumbling Run, Va 615, 622 Thoms Brook, Va 617 Tumbez, Va 647 [[insert was from here]] Tusseyville, Pa 786 Texas Knobs, Tenn 825
U - V - W Uddenites Zone, Texas 167, 176, 434 Union Hill School, Texas 26, 58 U.S. 99 section, Okla 131 Union Furnace, Pa 783, 784 Val Brilliant, Que 2 Vines Dome, Okla 28 Vau cluse, Va 615 Villanow, Ga 820 West Chickamauga Creek, Tenn 818 Waterside, Pa 779 Windfall Canyon, Nev 719, 721 Walker Creek, Va 706 Warren Springs Valley, Tenn 696 Walterhill, Tenn 662 Wadesville, Va 613, 672 Walden Ridge, Tenn. 576 Whiteoak School, Tenn 49 Welsdorf Branch, Tenn 46 Woodside Canyon, Nev. 16 Word Ranck, Texas 58, 61, Wolf Camp Hills, Texas 59, 82, 84, 94, 104, ^[[156,]] 161, 163, 167, 170, 174, 187, 192, 194, 196, 276, 360, 419, 434, 436 (section), 483, 522, 528, 530, 548 Wind Mill section, 188, 190, 236, 242, 311, 351, 376, 422, 433, 475, 477, 482, 493, 510, 521, Whitesburg, Tenn. 587, 639, 689, Woodstock, Va 624, 700
X - Y - Z Yellow Branch, Va 592, 644, 649
[[circled]] 1 [[/circled] [[strikethrough]] [[3 stamped numbers]] [[/strikethrough]] ^[[0001]] Notes taken in 1932 June 1 Left Holliston 8:20 A. M.- arrived St. Albans, Vt., 7:20 P. M. Travelled all day. June 2 About 1 mi. S. of P. on E side of ^[[P. Highgate Sprs.]] road is Strites Pond - Lower 50' reticulated Dolomite. Underlying Rock River formation, unfossiliferous on west side of main road. Wallace Creek formation - [[strikethrough]] 1/3 [[/strikethrough]] 1/2 mile S of P. and on St. Armand road. Strites Pond at east and N side of road. Wallace Creek on N side of road about 30 yds. from road. Contact of Wallace Creek & Strites Pond unconformable. W.C. very fossiliferous at base. Upper Wallace Creek Dolomitic toward Morgan Corners formation overlying W.C. 1/3 mile E of Phillipsburg are infaulted blocks (slices) of Wallace Creek in Morgan Corners formation. Very fossiliferous containing many "Syntrophinella". This slice (or slices) are from the upper part of the Wallace Creek probably. There is no proof of this as these rocks have not been seen in the main mass of the Wallace Creek. The Chief block in the W.C. blocks is a [[underlined]] Syntrophinella [[/underlined]] like shell. The shell & sciatix suggest Canadian. There are also [[underlined]] Polytoechia-[[/underlined]] like shells. [[image - drawing of shell]]
[[encircled]] 3 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0002 [[/stamped]] June 4 Traveled from Phillipsburg to Montmagny. June 5. From Montmagny to Matapedia Just at the [[strikethrough]] Ci [[/strikethrough]] village limits of Val Brillant I stopped to collect from the Val Brillant sandstone, a hard quartzitic rock. From loose blocks excellent [[underlined]] Pentameroides [[/underlined]] were obtained. June 6 1.2 miles east of Dawsonville, new road cuts in very hard heavy bedded massive calcaneous sandstone. Dipping steeply to NE. Conchidium very abundant, Atrypa, Stromatopora, corals. May be Crickmay's St. Leon formation June 7. Spent most of day collecting from the La Vieille at Quinn's Point, 3 miles East of Jacquet River. Fossils are not abundant and are hard to get. It rained in spurts most of the day and was very cold and windy.
[[stamped]] 0003 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 4 [[/encircled]] June 8. Snow and rain all morning. In afternoon went to Black Rock and collected for about 2 hours. Was unable to find bed with complete small [[underlined]] Stucklandias [[/underlined]] although I saw many poor separate valves. I believe that the beds at Black Point are not [[underlined]] La Vieille [[/underlined]] but I dont know where they go in the section. Perhaps they are uppermost Clemville. Lithologically the beds are not unlike those of the La Vieille being knobbly, there is an evident lack of corals. + Stromatopores as compared with the Quinn Point exposures. June 9. Rain most of day - went to Dalhousie with Dr. Smith. Collected about 5 hours. [[underlined]] Stewarti [[/underlined]] bed is mostly of soft ash. Shells abundant collected in beds at brook which were quite bare. Beds 8 & 9 I think are inseparable. June 10. Rain all day - prospects of clearing not good. Packed one box.
[[stamped]] 0004 [[/stamped]] June 11 21 paces towards cape Bon Ami from the "stewarti bed are about 10 or 15 ' (horizontal) of hard sandy sh ss. and ash beds which I shall call bed 14 These are exposed at low tide only. Collected fossils all day - Good day. June 12 Sunday - returned to Dalhousie chiefly to take notes and collect from beds exposed at low tide only. Bed 7 is in contact with the Barberie andesites which are amygdaloidal in the upper part. Bed 7 is hard arenaceous limestone containing many corals. [[^left margin]] Dip on bed 7 is 52[[degree symbol]] NNE [[/left margin]] The lower contact is very irregular and the lowest bed is a hard ls. 1 - 2' thick. Bed 7 is 5 to 7' thick. To my mind the fauna of bed 7 is essentially the same as that of 8 - 10, except there are more corals in 7. Bed 8 - sandy sh, ashy, bluish gray weathering brownish on surfaces, said to be 20'. I see no definite separation from bed 9. faunally or lithologically. Has clams like bed 9. Bed 9 is the one from which most of the loose & good fossils come. The brook cuts them about the lower third of the bed.
[[sketch - triangle, with values of angles shown, and length of one leg]] 97 6 _____ 12| 582 ------ 49 97 2 --- 194 49 ---- 243
0004a [[left margin-Strike & dip on ls bed (2') N51[symbol for degrees]W 46 " " nne A considerable distance NE on the beach, is a bed of ls. about 2 ' thick called bed 15 (as near as I can make out) for which no list of fossils is given. The bed is crowded with R. stewarti & S. [[concinnus?]]. For 25 paces S W on the beach from this bed (toward brook) R. stewarti occurs (this I call R. stewarti zone.) From contact of bed 7 and Barberie Dacite it is 97 paces on or about 243'. According to the book (Howard) there are 180' between the hard ls & the contact. I fail to see the usefulness of beds listed by Howard as it is nearly impossible to identify them. I saw no R. stewarti in the bed 11.but they were abundant in beds 12 sub 2 [[?]]-15. It seems to me it would be better to call the section by the name of zones. Bed 0- coarse arenaceous shales N55 [[degrees] W 50 [[degrees] NE. Dip on bed 1-2 [[numbers encircled]] N 65 [degrees]]W 49[degrees]] Dip & strike on hard ls about 200 yds NE of base of Bed 1 =N 45 W 45 [[degrees]] [[end page]]
[[stamped]] 0005 [[/stamped]] June 13 [[Margin notes]] 350 90 450 175 6 12|1050 87 90[[/Margin notes]] Packed boxes in morning, departed for Campbellton where I met a Mr. H.A. Carr who helped me get my stay in Canada lengthened. Left for New Richmond from Matapedia at about 2 P.M. arrived 5 P. M. After supper collected from Pleistocene at New Richmond. Clay with abundant [[underlined]] Saxicara [[/underlined]] rests on Bonaventure conglomerate. Clay from 10 - 20' thick. A Similar clay with [[underlined]] mya [[/underlined]] was seen above the Devonian at Dalhouse (Stewarts Cove) June 14 Black Capes - Clemville N36[[degree symbol]] E60[[degree symbol]]SE thin bedded sandy shale & limestone alternating. Contains [[underlined]] Coelospina [[/underlined]] and Chonetes. There is at least 50' exposed. [[Margin notes]] Dips here are SE. [[/Margin notes]] [[underlined]] La Vieille [[/underlined]]- knobbly ls., sandy & shaly, bedding uneven. Weathers to a mottled reddish and ash grey. [[underlined]] Stricklandia [[/underlined]] abundant in base. N60[[degree symbol]]E 61[[degree symbol]]NW. I made the La Vieille about 450' feet by pacing. The Gascons succeeds the La Vielle. The Upper La Vielle is less nobbly and a little darker in color. Lower Gascons less heavily bedded than La Vieille N52E 63[[degree symbol]]NW
[[stamped]] 0006 [[/stamped]] Upper Gascons is made up of red& green sandy shales S78E55[[degree symbol]] S. Fossils are not abundant but limy bands have sponges, corals & bryozoa. June 15 Stayed at Herbert Journeaux's home Indian Point - Grey crystallic ls. dipping 40[[degree symbol]] SE and striking N50[[degree symbol] E June 16 Anse à la Vieille - Great thickness of knobbly ls. underlain by ss. Spike N51[[degree symbol] W 29[[degree symbol]S. Fossils abundant but hard to get. June 17 Collected from West Point ls. all day at Reddish Pt. Rock exposed as rounded (from solution) masses of reddish & light massive limestone. June 18 Collected cephalopods in morning at Anse à la Barbe. Afternoon visited Pt. L'Enfer for about 1 hour then went to West Point and collected Bouleaux fossils
Population 1200 for Center, E. W. Industry Topography General Plan general appearance
[[preprinted]] 0007 [[/preprinted]] June 19 Collected Clemville at Clemville. Most soft crumbly arenaceous sh. and harder ss. bands. Fossils common but hard to get. Port Daniel, small village whose main industry is fishing. Some farming done by inhabitants, several sawmills in town. General appearance is poor, most of people are poor. One lobster canning factory. One large new hotel. One hotel defunct (Le Grand's) and Hotel Port Daniel closed up. The village consists essentially of 3 parts, Port Daniel West, Port D. center and Port Daniel East or the main portion of the village. Port Daniel River forms a Barrachois at P.D. East, R.R. and village located on the bar, covered bridge over tickle. Same for Little Port Daniel River at Port D. center P.D. is surrounded by low ridge-like hills. The West Pt. limestone is one of the main ridge or hill formers. This is shown at Pt. L'Enfers where there is a ls. quarry, the ridge running N from the Point. From West Point to Indian Point the ridge and cliffs are held up mainly by West Pt. ls. The Gascones commonly form the low ground being arenaceous shores and arenaceous ls. This rims the bay at Port Daniel West and also forms the low ground at Chouinard Brook & Anse aux Gascons.
[[printed]] 0008 [[/preprinted]] At Anse à la Barbe low cliffs rim the shore which are formed of the Upper Gascons but inland from these is a ridge, the backbone of which is West Point Limestone. The La Vieille makes high ground from Port Daniel (St George Church) to the north, and in the vicinity of Clemville. Population of Port Daniel 1776, founded 1855. Fishing, ls. quarrying, agriculture, a little lumber. New Richmond - Pop. 2,534, founder 1831. Mostly farming & lumbering. [[?Percé]] Parish founded in 1854 - Fishing & agriculture, Butter factory, cod liver oil plant, lumber for local consumption.
[[printed]]0009 Percé June 21 - Arrived at about 11 A.M. lunched and went immediately to collect from the Cap Blanc Formation in the south flank of Mont Joli. Trilobites are still plentiful in the band that carries them but are difficult to get at. June 22 - Rain + fog - Went behind Ste. Anne to the amphitheatre, locs. 5, 5a and collected. Collecting good in the thin Is. bands. Rock mostly a soft rotten shole containing innumerable items bedded Is. In places alternation of Is. + sh. frequent, others no lime and in still others argillaceous Is abounds, but nowhere is it just puce Is. Collected at F, on Priests road. [[Blucks?]] are difficult to find along the road. June 23 - Spent 2 hours of morning at south flank of Mt. Joli for more trilobites. They are now very difficult to secure. Spent afternoon at F6 + F7. Former now has very few good fossils. F7 is no longer any good. June 24 - Rain all morning
[[printed]] 0010 Daniel J Cunning + Thomas Goult collected on the St. John River. Text book on minerology Starfish ESE of Haldimand Head in a new scallop bed. Get Mr. Richmond a lens. [[Sunday]] July 17 arrived at Batavia noon July 18 Tile factory - Stream running NE near road along side of tile factory is not White Creek but a branch of it. In front of the house (first S. of tile factory) on SW side of road the [[Lichenoc?]] is exposed in the gutter and a little to the NW the P.Point is exposed. [[Lichenoc?]] also exposed in bed of stream. July 19 ^[[Tus]] The band layer in Black Creek ot. Canada that I thought might be Stafford proves to be a hard band, probably of the Skaneateles.
[[stamped]] 0011 [[/stamped]] [[blank page]]
[[stamped]] 0012 [[stamped/]] October 8, 1934 Washington - Wytheville, October 9. Visited Ottosee localities in vicinity of Rye Cove. O Hoace is knobbly, calcareous shale. Nodules and slabs contain fossils as well as shale. Echinoderms can be collected 1 1/2 min S of West of Rye Cove near an old brick school. Collecting is good if one hunts hard. October 10 Collected from Ottosee? 3 1/2 miles SW of Thorn Hill. Here found small [[olignesbrynelina?]] at one level. The beds containing them were called Ottosee by Rec. They underly the red Holston Marble went H Rockwood. Oct. 11. Rockwood to Camden - spent hour on move collecting Leipers and Richmond 6 and 8 miles west of Nashville. Oct 12 Collected from the Camder chest from pits of Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Ky., and then Camden Gravel Co. Oct 13 Collected [[Birding?]] fossils on farm of Will Love. This is reached by going on Hy 69 south 10 miles toward Holladay, then turning south west on old road. Loves farm is 0.9 to one mile on the road. The expanses are just south of the farmhouse near a small creek and along the
[[printed]] 0013 [[/printed]] old road to Holladay. Late evening collected [[Hairyman?]][[elert?]] 11.5 miles south of Camden. Oct 14 Camden - Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 15 Morning to Black Rock Quarry. Yellow gray dolomite and massive, brittle gray limestone. Fossils scarce. Afternoon spent on piles of excavated earth from manganese prospect pits. Snails abundant by bracliopods very rare. Pits located 1.4 miles N by east of Smithville. Arrived Batesville 4 PM. Oct 16 Searcy Mine - Collecting all day. [[Ornychstreta?]] bed about halfway up? Oct 17 Collected at Searcy Mine all day. Go east on Hyway 11 about 5 miles from center of town (Barnet Hotel) to about opposite Pfeifer and west on second road crossing H 11. Follow this 3 miles to cave creek. Go on Cave Creek road two miles to spring bearing right at intersection 0.3 miles northeast of point where Pfeiffer & Cave Creek roads meet. Oct 18 Collected at Cason Mine and 6 - 7 miles west of Batesville and White River Junction.
Oct. 19. Collected at Cason Mines Found [[underlined]] Mimulus [[/underlined]] about 20' from (above) [[underlined]] Girvanella [[/underlined]] beds. Packed boxes 4:30 - 5:30. Oct. 20. Collected at Cason Mine - real [[underlined]] Mimulus [[/underlined]] occurs as low as the beds with [[underlined]] Girvanella [[/underlined]] (Mineralized) Oct. 21. Packed fossils and heeded lsegs.[[guess]] Oct. 22
[[stamped]] 0020 [[/stamped]] October 11 Collected Percha shale east of Silver City. Go east of Silver City to New Mex Hy. 180 which comes into main road at Central. At Santa Rita take road for Georgetown and Mimbres. 1.4 miles east of Georgetown block shale appears. Then comes the gray (yellow) Percha above abounding in fossils. At hair pin turn in Mimbres the Percha appears to the north in a small ravine. Here it is very fossiliferous and all the New Mexico species described by Kindle can be found. The hills on both sides of the valley contain Percha shale and this is an excellent place for further investigation.
[[preprinted]] 0021 [[/preprinted]] October 12. El Paso At lookout over El Paso in contact of El Paso ls. and Montoya limestone. Upper part El Paso very fossiliferous and contains brachiopods suggesting Odenville. In afternoon went to Van Horn via US. 62 and Texas 54. First mountains east of El Paso are Hueco Mtns. Road enters Pow Wow Canyon. Not for inside the entrance a view to the north shows two small knobs just west of a hight Peak. Westernmost knob is excellent collecting place for Hueco fossils.
[[stamped]] 0022 [[/stamped]] October 13. Beach Mtn section exactly 10 miles north of Van Horn. Lower part mountain with Bliss ss. showing scolithus tubes. Then follows ls & dolomite of lower Canadian age about 50 feet in all. [[underlined]] Systrophica [[/underlined]] was common. Above this came about 40 feet of coarse ss. Above the second ss. comes [[underlined]] Ceratopea incurvata [[/underlined]] zone. Just above the [[underlined]] Ceratopeas [[/underlined]] came brachiopods suggesting [[underlined]] Oligorthis oklahomensis. [[/underlined]] Following this come two more [[underlined]] Ceratopea [[/underlined]] zones in the upper part of about 800 feet of limestone and dolomite. At top of section come 50 +/- feet of nodular dolomite weathering yellow & crumbling to small fragments. This contains many snails. Following the El Paso are ss and dark dolomite of Montoya formation
[[stamped]] 0023 [[/stamped]] October 14. Left Van Horn & went over to Marathon arriving at lunch time. After lunch went to hill 1/2 mile north of Hess Ranch for Hess fossils. Crinoidol limestones contained brachiopods but specimens were rare and poor. Oct. 15 spent at Split Tank. Lake Hess ranch road, turn east behind Hess collecting locality and go east about 7 1/2 - 8 miles. Split tank is about 1 1/2 east of the Grimmer Ranch. Collecting is best on north slope small hill east northeast of tank and also in shaly or marly material about one mile east northeast of the tank. Oct. 16 - Collected Split Tank in morning and Word formation west northwest of Word ranch. Collecting not good. Oct 17 - Collected Split Tank. Oct 18 - Packed boxes most of day. Visited groptolite beds on Alsate Creek. Go south of Marathon to Picnic grounds then go west on road to J. J. Roberts Ranch to Alsate Creek. Went to Fort Stockton in night.
[[stamped]] 0024 [[/stamped]] Oct. 19. Thursday afternoon visited Mississippian overlying Ellenberger on Llano River about 14 miles south of Mason. On south side of Llano opposite junction with Honey Creek, 14 miles S of Mason great reefs of Cryptozoa appear high in the Wilberns. One isolated reef about 40 feet high is especially fine. Oct. 20 Travelled from Mason to Llano collecting [[underlined]] Evorthis [[/underlined]] on bank of San Saba River at ford east of Camp San Saba. Road to ford is about 1/4 mile south of San Saba River bridge north of Mason. In afternoon made unsuccessful attempt to find [[underlined]] Huenella [[/underlined]] in canyon of Cold Creek. We searched lower member of the Wilberns on the point of the hill 0.9 mile up the canyon and on the West side. [[underlined]] Evorthis [[/underlined]] was discovered 40 feet above [[?]]ee Lion Mtn. ss. which separate the Cap Mtn and Wilberns formations.
[[stamped]] 0025 [[/stamped]] Oct. 21. In morning went out to [[underlined]] Plectotrophia [[/underlined]] Butte of Bridge for these brachiopods. Silicified specimens are abundant on top of this hill and adjacent hill to west. On east side of hill [[underlined]] Huenella [[/underlined]] was found, with [[underlined]] Billingsella [[/underlined]] about 72' above base of section. Rare. In afternoon saw several parts of the Ellenberger formation north and east of Cherokee. Oct. 22 Left Llano for Austin. Studied Ellenburger between Round Mtn & Bee Cave. Collected Cambrian [[left margin]] [[checkmark]] [[/left margin]] (Acrotreta) one mile east of Sandy, P. O. Send Bell a specimen! Oct 23. Spent day in Austin.
[[stamped]] 0026 [[/stamped]] October 24 Left Austin for Cisco which we reached at 12 P. M. After lunch went to Eastland, then north on Breckinridge road for 12 miles. Here take Clint road east about 1/2 mile to Gunsight. Go south on road in Gunsight about 1.2 miles or just below first branch to east. Go east around base of hill to east facing bluff for collecting. Gunsight can be reached from Cisco by going about 3 miles north of intersection of Cisco & Breckenridge roads. After Gunsight went to Mineral Wells for the night. Oct. 25 [[left margin vertical in red]] King Marathon Rept to Renfros [[/left margin vertical in red]] Collected at Union Hill school about 6 1/2 miles NW of Mineral Wells. Take fence line N of school for 1/2 mile to collecting locality. Called on Renfros. Send them Dunbar & Condra on brachiopods. They will take any fossils in exchange for theirs.
[[stamped]] 0027 [[/stamped]] [[marginl]] [[checkmark]] Send an[[strikethrough]] d [[/strikethrough]]y papers on Pennsylvanian to Renfros [[/margin]] October 26. Spent day in field with Renfros. Collected at Salesville Quarry from a thin shale band near bottom of quarry. Later in day collected on Ramsay place, 3 miles east of Jacksboro, Texas. Oct. 27. Left Texas for Ardmore, Okla which was reached at lunch time. After lunch went to Rock Crossing. Go south on Hy 77 for 5 1/2 - 6 miles. Take road going west for 1 miles west, then go south 1.1 miles then turn west for 0.7 mile to iron bridge. Multicostella with coarse ribs abundant in about 5' to east of bridge. Just above it come small Strophomena. Rock [[strikethrough]] to [[/strikethrough]] at small Strophomena bed changed from xline limestone to fine grained brittle ls. For a considerable distance above small Strophs. Trilobite are common. About 50 below top of light ls. brachiopod are common. The lowest zone is Doleroides, Hesperorthis &
[[stamped]] 0028 [[/stamped]] Glyptorthis, Oxoplecia. Then follows uppermost beds with large [[underlined]] Stryophomena, [[/underlined]] large fine-ribbed [[underlined]] Multicostella, [[/underlined]] and orbiculoids. which calls all this whitish ls. Criner formation. Oct. 28. Look in Dake Colls for silicified Rhynchotuma from Lawrence. Collected upper Criner in Section 26 near Hickory Creek. Packed boxes. Then went to see section on Hwy. 77. Oct. 29. In morning went to Vines Dome which is about 2 miles NW of Dougherty. The Haragan strikes into the road from Dougherty and can be easily recognized. In afternoon we visited White Mound. Go south ^[[from Sulphur]] on Okla 18 to Nebo. Turn west for 3 miles to a gate facing a road going south Go through gate to north. Bluff on west of pasture road about 1/4 mile. from gate gives good collecting. The White Mound is about 1/4 mile farther to the NW. The Haragan is a marly limestone rather than a shale.
[[preprinted]] 0029 [[/preprinted]] Oct. 31. Collected lower Bromide 1.5 miles west of Nebo by roadside A thin layer 2" packed with Valcourea Collected till noon on Haragan Visited Quarry at Lawrence Nov. 1. Oklahoma to Rolla, Mo Nov. 2 At Rolla Nov. 3 Morning went from Rolla to Lupus. Walked 2 miles SE of Lupus down RR track for [[underlined]] Newberria. [[/underlined]] We failed to find them. Afternoon went over to Clifton City to collect Callaway. 2 1/2 miles from center of village on road to south Xlne Callaway 5 - 10' overlies Cooper. In upper 3 - 4' occurs peculiar lobatate Athyrid
[[preprinted]] 0030 [[/preprinted]] Nov. 4. Went southeast to Birch Tree About 10 miles north of Birch Tree is Pine Hollow school. On slope north and northwest of the school building blocks of chert abound, that contain many Gasconade fossils. Syntrophima is overy abundant. Nov. 5 Went from Van Buren to Eminence to collect Eminence fossils on Shannon Co Hy F, 4 miles south of Eminence From here we went to Dutchtown to see the Everton which is exposed in the village. St. Peter is well exposed by state highway. Then we saw Geisen Quarry, the type section of the Dutchtown just east of Dutchtown. Dark brittle thin-bedded limestone with ostracods and a foot thick layer crammed with [[underlined]] Lephospira. [[/underlined]]
1932, 1939
[[stamped]] 0031 [[/stamped]] November 11 Left Clayton and went to Conchidman ledge and on to Kokomo for night. Nov.12. [[left margin]] [[check mark]] [[/left margin]] From Kokomo to Evansville, Ind. to see Carl Bays, who is to offer Museum his collections of Wisconsin, Ordovician. Nov. 13. Stayed in Boonville previous night & drove on to New Albany and called on Mr. Campbell about 10 A M. Went to Salem R R cut for oolite. Then west of Borden for Syringothyris. [[left margin]] [[check mark]] [[/left margin]] Send Mr. Campbell any Devonian Bryozoan literature. Send Mr. C. a set of Hamburg oolite. Send Mr. C. a recent Lingula. See Sutton Jour. Geol., vol. 45, no. 3, Apr. - May 1937, for new fern Speeds which is same as Mr. Campbell's bed D. May = all of Delaware. [[left margin]] [[check mark]] [[/left margin]] Cigar box & Cotton for loose specimens.
[[stamped]] 0032 [[/stamped]] Mr. Campbell's new address will be c/o Stephens Kirkham, Corydon, Indiana. Send Mr. C. my paper on Paleocology. Also West Indies brachs.
1940, 1941
[[encircled]] 1 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0033 [[/stamped]] [[margin]] 4.59 [[/margin] Trip to Texas and Tennessee 1940 [[margin]] 7.94 [[/margin]] Aug. 6 Left Washington 7 A. M. arrived Morristown, Tenn. 6 P. M. Central time. [[margin]] 12.86 [[/margin]] Aug. 7 - left Morristown, Tenn. 6:50 A. M. arrived Memphis, Tenn. at 6:20 P. M. [[margin]] 11.61 [[/margin]] Aug. 8 - Memphis to Little Rock, which was reached at 10: A. M. Had car greased & oil changed. Drove on to Mt. Vernon, Texas in rainstorm. [[margin]] 11.62 [[/margin]] Aug. 9. Left Mt. Vernon 7:45 A. M. reached Fort Worth 12:30 P. M. [[margin]] 0.85 [[/margin]] Aug. 10. Collected in Finis shale at two localities. 1. on each side of road 0.3 miles NE of intersection of the old Chico road with Wizard Wells road. and 2. on each side of hills from 1/2 - 1 mile north of locality 1. Intersection of Wizard Wells - Old Chico road is 3.2 miles east of Jacksboro Courthouse Quite a question over name of this shale M. R. thinks it is upper Finis. 2. Hills 1/2 - 1 miles north of locality 1. [[margin]] 2.22 [[/margin]] Aug. 11. First locality visit was Finis shale along Rock Island RR about 0.2 mile east of bridge on Texas 199, 3.7 miles SE of Jacksboro. Collecting good. Also collected along base of hill 1/2 mile NE of above locality. One half mile S of Chico - Jacksboro hy. (Texas 24), 5 miles NNE of Jacksboro Courthouse on old Gunter Ranch are extensive exposures of shale in Jacksboro ls. Collecting good. Upper bed abounds in [[underlined]] Fusulina [[/underlined]]. [[underlined]] 1 [[/underlines]]
[[circled]] 2 [[/circled]] [[stamped]] 0034 [[/stamped]] [[margin]] 1.69 [[/margin]] Aug. 12 - Visited at Texas Christian Univ. Met Gayle Scott. Aug. 13 - Along Hy 199, 6 1/2 - 7 miles northwest of Jacksboro occur [[margin]] 0.90 [[/margin]] exposures of shale and ss. The shale contains ironstone nodules that break up and yield good fossils, rhynchonellids [[underline]] Sp. Texas [[/underline]]. The shale contains a few fossils notably small goniatites. Visited three localities in this vicinity. 1 1/2 miles SW of Berwick, Jack County occurs a hill, called Potato Hill, probably 80-100' high. the top 8' of this hill contains fine products [[underline]] Neospirifer [[/underline]] and fusulinids. 2 pictures of Potato Hill. [[margin]] 3.34 [[/margin]] Aug. 14 - Went to Graham to look for [[underline]] Poikilosakos [[/underline]]. Saw section at dam 1/2 mile north of bridge 1 mile west of Graham. In Wayland just above Gunsight ls fossils occur. Collected Hog Creek sh. NW of Jacksboro Collected Jacksboro shale 6 1/2 - 7 miles NW of Jacksboro. Caught in thunderstorm. [[margin]] 2.97 [[/margin]] Aug. 15. Morning visited Brannon Bridge ls. near Brock. Afternoon collect shale in Palo Pinto Co. 2.9 mi. W of road junction of Santo road and U.S. 80 [[margin]] 10.92 [[/margin]] Aug. 16 - Worked low hills extending NE from ridge on Texas 199 over the Rock Island R R. These hills extend NE to Ramsay place east of Jacksboro. Collected Jacksboro shale for a mile. A glade 1 3/4 mile NE of bridge is apparently Finis shale. Collected 1/2 mile West of Bridge, also [[margin]] 2. [[/margin]]
[[encircled]] 3 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0035 [[/stamped]] in Finis shale. This locality is along an old abandoned RR. Aug. 17 [[margin]] 1.93 [[/margin]] Texas 199 1/2 mi NW of Junction with US 281 and 1/2 mi. S of road where we collected Necessity shale. Collected on old Gunter Place in Jacksboro shale. [[margin]] 2.55 [[/margin]] Aug 18. Visited localities in Jacksboro southwest of Jacksboro [[margin]] 3.89 [[/margin]] Aug. 19. Called on Powell Goodwin in Archer City, Texas. Collected Thrifty formation east of US 281 on road 3.6 miles northwest of Junction of US 281 & Texas 199. One exposure is 0.6 mi. east of US 281 on dirt road. The other is 3/4 mile S (downstream) on a small creek 2.9 miles northeast of US 281. [[margin]] 1.58 [[/margin]] Aug. 20. Collected Gonzales shale at two localities, one 3.9 miles NW of Finis and the other 5.3 miles NE of Finis. Former locality rich in small snails, latter one in clams. Found [[underlined]] Poikilosokos [[/underlined]] at both places. [[margin]] 3.55 [[/margin]] Aug. 21. Riley place both, sides of hill about 5 - 6 miles NE of Jacksboro. Fine collecting. Pictures 1, 2 - Potato Hill 3, 4 - Gonzales shale & Bunger ls 3.9 miles NW of Finis 5 - 6 - Renfros [[margin]] 3 [[/margin]]
ENE [[image: directional sketch]] 1. West face of hill on Riley Ranch, about 1.5 mi. N. of Riley Ranch House and about 5 - 6 mi. ENE of Jacksboro. 2. East slope between 2.5 - 3.5 mi. N of Riley Ranch House,
[[encircled]] 4 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0036 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 2.38 [[/left margin]] Aug. 22 - Riley House at junction of old Chico and Wizard Wells roads out 3.2 miles E of courthouse in Jacksboro. Visited Ramsay Place. Not as good as last year. [[left margin]] 7.46 [[/left margin]] August 23 - Left Fort With 7 A.M. arrived Fort Stockton 5:30 A.M. Spent hour in McCarney shopping and having car serviced. [[left margin]] 2.45 [[/left margin]] August 24 - Left Fort Stockton about 8 AM and arrived in Marathon at 9:20. Went to Split Tank and collected for rest of day. [[left margin]] 2.03 [[/left margin]] Aug. 25. - Went to Split Tank collected lower half of Leonard. Aug. 26 Pictures 7. south face leonard Mtn. 8. NEast face L.Mt. from Hess R 9. Fault NW of Hess Ranch Went to Split Tank; made large collection. All told have as much stuff as collected in '39. Aug. 27 - collected Gap Tank, fossils east of highway 1 1/3 miles (7000') and about 26 miles NNE of Marathon (King's loc p 43). [[underlined]] Cryptacanthia [[/underlined]] fairly common in middle exposure. [[left margin]] 1.59 [[/left margin]] Aug. 28. - Back to split Tank. Collected all day. Now have fine collection. Aug. 29. - Morning collected at Word Ranch found goniatites. At 11:30 went to Word locality north of Hess Ranch. Rained out at 1:30. Spent afternoon wrapping fossils. [[left margin]] 4. [[/left margin]]
[[encircled]] 5 [[/encircled]] [[stamped 0037 [[/stamped]] Aug. 30. Collected all day in Word formation about 6 miles N of Hess Ranch. [[margin]] 20.24 [[/margin]] Aug. 31. Collected all day at Gap Tank. Heavy rain in evening. Packed two boxes. Sept. 1 Packed boxes all day long. Rain in afternoon. [[margin]]7.22 [[/margin]] Sept. 2. Collected Word N of Hess Ranch in afternoon. Rain all morning. [[margin]] 2.74 [[/margin]] Sept. 3 - Collected Word N of Hess R. and at head of Hess Canyon Sept. 4 - Collected Wolfcamp in Wolfcamp Hills. Sept. 5 - Spent all day packing [[margin]] 16.58 [[/margin]] Sept. 6 - Shipped boxes - Collected Hess Sept. 7 - Came from Marathon to Cisco, Texas Sept. 8. - [[margin]] 2.75 [[/margin]] Send Teguliferina to Renfros. " [[ditto marks representing 'Send']] Coon Creek of Tennessee to Renfros. Visited Gunsight locality. Collected from 8:30 AM - 1 P.M. Went on to Fort Worth. Addresses for exchanges to Renfros. [[margin]] 8.48 [[/margin]] Sept. 9 Car serviced in morning Drove to Mt. Pleasant, Texas in afternoon. [[margin]] 5. [[/margin]]
[[encircled]] 6 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0038 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 8.57 [[/left margin]] Sept. 10. - Drove from Mt. Pleasant, Texas to Jackson, Tenn. [[left margin]] 5.18 [[/left margin]] Sept. 11. Drove from Jackson to Camden. Spent afternoon in gravel pit south of town. Not now in operation. Good fossiliferous white clay mostly washed away. Collecting not good. [[left margin]] 2.45 [[/left margin]] Sept. 12. Spent morning at Steel Bridge over Big Sandy River about 11 - 12 miles north of Big Sandy. Collecting good but exposure small. In afternoon went 1 - 1 1/4 miles upstream from Steel Bridge and collected Birdsong shale in bluff on east side of river. [[left margin]] 3.30 [[/left margin]] Sept. 13 - [[strikethrough]] Send Eugene Love, Rte 2 Holladay Tennessee, a copy of Dunbar on Devonian of Tennessee. [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Sent 10/5/40]] Collected at Will Love Farm. Collecting poor except for small things. Place much visited. Farm is located on east side of Tenn 69 just 10 1/2 miles S of junction of Tenn. 69 and US 70. Locality is just about four miles N of the center of Holladay. [[left margin]] 2.67 [[/left margin]] Sept. 14. Left Camden and went to Jeanette. Found no exposures SE of this place. Local people asked knew of none. Silurian limestone (Decatur) is exposed 1 1/2 miles NE & about the same distance SW of the village. Took quarters in Parsons. Drove from Perryville to Decaturville and back to Parsons. Sent off a box & keg of fossils. [[left margin]] 6. [[/left margin]]
[[encircled]] 7 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0039 [[stamped]] 246 [[left margin]] 1.00 [[/left margin]] Sept. 15 - Bobs Landing road off Hy 69 and NE or east about 4.3 miles. Road to Landing opposite store selling Lion Gas. JK Mays store. It is 7.8 miles from main street of Decaturville down to road leading to Bobs Landing from 69. Went to Bobs Landing. Collecting in brachiopod bed can be had from a glade just west of northern-most part of Tennessee River bluff 1/2 miles N of Bobs Landing. Found better collecting about 0.2 mile NNW (of woods [[erased]]( [[/erased]] Bobs Landing on map) of Bobs Landing and about 200 yards east of northernmost house between a small creek (dry) and a fence line. An old road crosses the glade. Brachiopod were abundant and good. An old man took me to a glade in Beech River, about 1 mile NNW of Bobs Landing. Bluish limestone and calcareous shale probably 30' in all containing [[underlined]] Astraeospongia [[/underline]], occasional [[underline]] Troostocrinus [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] Caryocrinites [[/underlined]]. Brachiopods were rare and in general poor. 1 picture, no 1 on 3rd film pack. Sept. 16 - visited Brownsport Furnace. Go from Decaturville to Visetown which is approximately Gumdale of the TVA sheet 32 SW. About 1 mile by road from Visetown bend the Old Furnace road goes right to the old furnace site. The old brick hotel is still standing. Glade on south slope of hill just NW of hotel building. Exposes Bob & Lobelville. Former richly fossiliferous at base. Lobelville abounds in bryozoans. Failed to find the Buck River sequence although Dixon is exposed in hill [[left margin]] 7. [[/left margin]]
[[circled]] 8 [[/circled]] [[stamped]] 0040 [[/stamped]] To SW of Furnace. In afternoon visited Blue Mound Glade which can be reached 1 1/2 miles to west of hotel and then take indistinct road going west from sharp angle in old Furnace road. Follow old road for 730 paces bearing left at both forks. Take left bend at fence & cross creek; glade is up hill from creek. Collecting excellent and horizon is same as that in base of exposed section in hill NW of Furnace. [[vertical, in left margin]] All magnetic north Start at L of road N 70 W 251 W 119 S 55 W 24 to Creek + 46 S 80 W 260 to center of glade [[end left margin note]] Sept. 17 - Revisited Blue Mound glade and relocated it as 730 paces almost due west of angle of road or 600 yards (0.3) mi. Collecting excellent and found over 100 [[underline]] Gypidula/roemeri [[/underline]]. Visited glade about 0.2 - 3 mi. north to NNE of right angle bend of county road about one mile west of bend at Visetown. Lower 15 - 25' of Beech River exposed. Collecting poor. Dixon at base of Glade [[left margin]] 3.25 [[left /margin]] Collected for 2 hours at glade just S of Mt Lebanon school. Fossils abundant but poor. At intersection of county road and old road Dixon is well exposed. Collecting was in lower 15 - 20' of Beech River division Sept. 18 - At intersection of Brownsport Landing and Visetown road the Dixon is exposed in the road bed and to east of Visetown road. About 100 yds. east of Visetown road the Dixon is overlain by about 3' of shale & 6" limestone beds containing [[underline]] Pisocrinus [[/underline]] and a few other fossils. A light gray clay on Dixon contains the small crinoids but they also occur in shale above [[left margin]] 8 [[/left margin]]
[[encircled]] 9 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0041 [[/stamped]] Road from Mt. Lebanon School south to Mt. Lebanon Church exposes a good section of the Beech River but larger fossils are not abundant. The Dixon is exposed at the angle at the school and a large glade exposes lower BR to south. The church rests on yellowish clays containing [[underlined]] Uncinulus saffordi, Gypidula roemeri [[/underlined]] which suggest the lower Bob. About 75' north of church on each side of road a 3' ledge of ls contains [[underline]] U. stricklandi [[/underline]] of the Lower Bob. This ls. forms the flat on which the Bob shale & the church rest Sept. 19 - Large glade S of Perryville is actually 1.5 miles by road from the Beech River Bridge and 1.8 miles from the old Perryville RR Sta. The glade is large but fossils are not numerous. Spent most of day on glade but did not get anything worthwhile. [[left margin]] 3.40 [[/left margin]] Sept. 20 - Car service in morning. Went to Blue Mound Glade in afternoon. Section there is same as Basslers 2 b, c, for the glade NW of the Furnace. Developed motor trouble on way home. First of trip. [[left margin]] 3.14 [[/left margin]] Sept. 21 - Searched vainly for the Graveyard Glade. No one seemed to have heard of it. Was led to Indian graves. Visited two glades approximately 1 1/2 miles W of Bob and one almost exactly 1 1/2 miles west. Two of these glades seemed to be in the brachiopod beds of the Bob. [[left margin]] 9 [[/left margin]]
[[circled]] 10 [[/circled]] [[stamped]] 0042 [[/stamped]] Sept. 22 - Mrs. Duck, manager of hotel claimed to know a good collecting place at Decaturville and took me there on Sunday. Place proved a dud. Went back to Mt. Lebanon School [[left margin]]0.60[[/left margin]] locality for 3 hours collecting. Some young men said the place is much visited. The scarcity of larger fossils rather bore out their remarks. Sept. 23 - Moved over to Linden in morning. Had a look at the section at the Pine Mill. Exposes nearly a hundred feet of Silurian capped by Hardin as. on SE slope of hill SSE of mill found glady slopes with a few brachiopods, bryozoa and many [[underlined]] Pisocrinus [[/underlined]]. The bryozoan beds of the Lobelville, Found several specimens [[left margin]] 18.00 [[/left margin]] of [[underlined]] Calceola [[/underlined]]. In afternoon collected coral beds of Lobelville about 0.15 miles upstream from junction of Jack Branch and Short Creek on road opposite house Corals fairly abundant. Sept. 24 - Gilmore bridge about one mile NNE of Lobelville. On SE side of road new cuts expose bryozoan beds of Lobelville with [[underlined]] Gypidula [[/underlined]] and fine lined [[underlined]] Atrypa [[/underlined]]. Possibly these beds are lower part of coral bed. Above these in woods above the bridge for one tenth mile small corals can be found in the soil but the whole slope is thickly covered with leaves and brush. At crossing of road and Marrs Branch bluish gray lines [[ & one?]] is exposed. About 5' above water a thin layer with Combridium was found. Above this [[left margin]] 10. [[/left margin]]
[[circled]] 11 [[/circled]] [[stamped]] 0043 [[/stamped]] layer the rocks are shaly and contain corals bath cup & tabulate which suggest Lobelville. My guess is that the Conchidium belongs to the Lobelville. [[in left margin]] 0.95 [[/in left margin]] Visited spring in bluff about 0.6 miles NNW of town. Decatur is in bluff, about 25' exposed. Downstream occurs coral bed with Conchidrium, locality mentioned above. Just north of west bridgehead at junction of Tenn, 13 and 50 shales rotted down to clay contain corals and bryozoa, undoubtedly belonging to the Bryozoan zone of the Lobelville. The Conchidrium collected at Lobelville belong high in the coral zone. At 1 p.m. it started to rain in ernest and I went home. Sept. 25 - In morning packed three kegs and then took them to Hohnenwold where I shipped them to the musuem. In afternoon went back to Beardstown along river level and about 1/4 mile N of bridge found [[/underline]]Rhipidium knappi [[/end underline]] ?? in a thin zone. Below it occurred [[/underline]] U. stricklandi, Gypidula, W. Saffordi [[/end underline]]and a few other brachiopods which suggest the Bob. I saw no beds that suggested Beech River. Left Beardstown and went to mouth of Jack Branch. No corals occur there but are abundant about 0.2 mile upstream. Visited small quarry (about 30') 0.7 mile east of junction of Tenn 13 and 20 on N side of latter. Quarry is mainly heavy bedded ls., light blue gray in color. Near top is a
[[encircled]] 12 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0044 [[/stamped]] [[in left margin]] 3.68 shaly zone about 3' thick containing brachiopods suggesting the Bob. As the Bob red zone is exposed on a small branch above the mull. I imagine this quarry is in Decatur limestone. I am wondering if, Lobelville, Decatur and Bob, are one and same thing having lateral shaly facies and coral facies [[left margin]] 133 [[/left margin]] Sept. 26- Bluff at Mousetail [[left margin]] 0.95 [[/left margin]] [[left margin]] [[image - geologic sketch of 5 layers. Beginning at top layer to bottom noted to the right of each layer as follows: 'E', 'D', 'C', 'B', 'A'. Inside each layer beginning with the top, text corresponding to height of each layer & text correlating to the layer as follows: E 38' [[vertical]] Decatur plus coral zone? [[/vertical]] D 14 - 15' Bryozoan zone? C 25' + - May = Uncirinlus[[guess]] zone Like it lithologic-ally [[vertical bracket to left connecting B and C layer with text 'Beech River]] B 55' A Dixon [[/left margin]] A-Dixon exposed at s end of bluff at turn by old storehouse and occupied house. B. 55' mostly limestone resembling to small fragments (shale). In lower 15' saw Pisoiriners and small hemispherical corals. At 21' found [[underlined]] Plectatrypa [[/underlined]]. Limestone beds up to a foot thick from occasional ledges. At 55' comes heavy-bedded gray ls. C. - About 25' of massive limestone forming a bench. This is probably Basslers Eucalyptaerinus zone. D- purplish shaly weathering limestone alternating with greenish shaly limestone and with harder layers that form ledges. 14'-15'. Most of corals seen weathered and lying on slopes were derived from this layer. Found Rhipidium here also E- Hard massive limestone to top of hill and forming a flat top. Limestone is cherty and contains many crinoid stems. Decatur ls? [[left margin]] 12. [[/left margin]]
[[circled]] 13 [[/circled]] [[stamped]] 0045 [[/stamped]] Section at Lady's Bluff Started section about 100 yds N of house at S. end of bluff. A - Light blue gray shaly ls. Between 16 & 21' above river level saw U. Stricklandi This is unusual for Beech River. About 42' of shaly ls. B - Harder, nodular gray limestone, 5-15' Light gray with brachiopods C - Partly covered but mostly of grayish green ls, somewhat shaly 16' D - Shaly ls. containing brachiopods 8' U. saffordi, Calymene, Glypidula E - Purplish and greenish shaly ls. Contains corals. Probably should not be separated from D. F - Decatur, 60' +/-. G - Linden ls. ? Entire top of hill covered with chert. Saw no evidence of shale although it may have existed here. Top of hill goes about 20' above top of Decatur making hill about 175' above present river level. The section given here was taken mainly at the point jutting into the river on the north side of a small creek that comes into the river. South of this creek the section is somewhat different. The so-called [[underline]] Uncinulus [[/underline]] bed is either more weathered or not so thick as to the north. My mention of U. stricklandi in Beech R. may bear this out. Found Conchidium in red-green shaly zone same as at [[sketch of layers in left margin]] ------------| Linden ? | G ------------| 60 +/- | F ------------| 15' +/- | E ------------| 8' | D ------------| 16' | C ------------| 5 - 15' | B Uncinulus ? | ------------| 30 - 42' | A | 13.
[[encircled]] 14 [[encircled]] [[stamped]] 0046 [[/stamped]] mousetail. This section seems to me to be about the same as the Moustail one, a little thicker because of the complete section of the Decatur and more of the shaly zone with the red beds. Saw corals in lower Decatur which may indicate presence of the coral zone. Sept. 27 - by side of road opposite house, 1 1/4 miles (airline) SSE of Pine View, up Wilsdorf Branch, about 0.7 mile S of Toms Creek, Perry County, are 3 - 4 feet of shale yielding many corals like those exposed on Jack Branch. 1/4 mile NE of bridge over Coon Creek on Tenn. 100 is good exposure of brachiopod bed sandwiched between two layers of heavy - bedded ls. The shale bed with brachs is about 2' thick. This same brachiopod bed seen in Qy on Hy 20. The brachiopod bed in the Qy on Tenn. Hy. 20 is about 20' below the Hardin SS and the SS lies in place about 8' above the top of the Qy. There must be either much erosion at the top of the Silurian or unsuspected facies changes. Intersection of Coon Creek and Hy. 100 is probably Foerste's locality for Conchidium lindenensis. I hand - leveled down from Hardin ss. about 70 feet but rock is covered at level of Conchidium. Possibly if there were a ford at the Creek in Foerste's more rock was showing then. Sept. 28 - Peelers Pond a great spring issuing from the high bluff. Rock for about 3' at Spring is red but above that is mostly greenish or bluish. According to a man met on [[left margin]] 14. [[/left margin]]
[[encircled]] 5 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0047 [[/stamped]] The road the highway formerly went along the base of the bluff. Now the highway runs about 18 feet above the level of the pond. The bluff was blasted to get the fill for road. About 10' above the road is a 3' shaly bed containing [[underlined]] Strombodes [[/underlined]]. 1/4 mile south of the pond (where spring issues) on east side of the road scraping of bank has revealed a shaly coral & bryozoan bed which is between the Strombodes bed and the red bed at the base of the [[left margin]] 3.30 [[/left margin]] sequences. The spring is located about 600 paces south of Peelers Hollow. South side of crossing of Cane Creek by Tenn. Hy. 50 and for 0.1 mile upstream are 15' of coral beds at base of section. Over these are some 38' of heavy-bedded limestone and over this is the Linden with [[underlined]] Camarocrinus [[/underlined]]. Sept. 29 - Visited Pegram on Mill [[left margin]] 12.75 [[/left margin]] Creek. Spent most of day there. Good section of Silurian but poor in fossils along the road (Tenn.13) beside Buffalo River about 1 mile NW of Flatwoods. The whole section appeared to be most Beech River. In late afternoon stopped to see Natural Bridge on way to Waynsboro. [[left margin]] 0.40 [[/left margin]] Sept. 30 - Spent day at Clifton and vicinity. In morning went ENE of town to point where road bend ESE. Along the river bank at this point the Fernvale formation is well exposed and can be followed NE along the river to a conspicuous bluff a few tenth of a mile from the bend in the road. At the bluff the rock has been quarried or at any rate is fresh. The shaly part of the Fernvale is bright greenish [[left margin]] 15 [[/left margin]]
[[encircled]] 16 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0048 [[/stamped]] blue. Fossils occurred about one foot below the top. The thin Brassfield is exposed well along the shore here. This is followed by the red Osgood shaly limestone and the top of the bluff by the pinkish Laurel ls. After seeing this section walked west from old Dement Mill along the bank of the river. The section is covered where Mud Branch enters the river but a short distance west the top of the Laurel appears and scattered blocks of Waldron with [[underline]] Plectambonites tennesseensis, Stephanocrinus [[/underline]] and other fossils. Then follows the Laurel and the Dixon and finally the Beech River forming most of the bluff west of Clifton. This is the west limb of an anticline the center or axis of which is near the point where the power line crosses the river. Going east of the power line the Hermitage forms the bank for a long distance, nearly to the hotel. This is overlain by Arnhein and the Fernvale which is exposed below the hotel and at the Ferry landing. Farther east the Silurian sequence is repeated on the east limb of the anticline Made a good collection of inarticulate brachiopods from the Hermitage. Oct. 1 - Martins Mills in morning. Hill just south of the cluster of houses exposes an excellent section with Beech River at base and Bob with [[left margin]] 1.83 [[/left margin]] Gant ls. on top. Gant limestone comes to road level perhaps a half mile S of the mills. Hillside N-NE of mills showed Beech River at base and Hardin about middle of hill. Forest's section is undoubtedly up the small stream, although he speaks of being 57' above the road. [[left margin]] 16 [[/left margin]]
[[encircled]] 17 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0049 [[/stamped]] Good section of Beech River with fossils in hill a mile north of the mills. collected here. Several small crinoids are common with an occasional Troostoesius[[guess]] Just SW of schoolhouse one mile west of Houston the rocks have been blasted out for the road. Just NE of the school is about 10 feet of massive limestone abounding in brachiopods, which is overlain by the Hardin. The fill of blasted material unfortunately has either been picked or is not very fossiliferous. Oct. 2 - Went up to Short Creek north of Lego school. Thought it hopeless to try and find Foerste's locality for Conchidium. Went up old road north of Short Creek and found a glade showing about lower 5' of Beech River and its contact with the Dixon. The whitish clay at base of Beech River was well exposed but had few fossils. Above Beech River exposures are poor but upper 35' of Silurian is exposed below the Hardin. It is massive heavy, bedded xline ls. Visited Misers locality 121 opposite Lego. This was exactly like the one above. Fossils can be cracked out of the xline ls. Went 1/2 mile N of Whiteoak School corners to Miser Conchidium ledge. Opposite first house on West side of road just 1/2 mile north of the corners at the school an old road goes east into the woods. This road goes over rotten xline ls and shaley beds abounding in corals and bryozoa. About 100 yards from auto road old road branches, one branch going to the NE (left) up the hill. This branch of the road crosses the Conchidium ledge which may be followed to the NW around the hill for some distance. I make [[margin]] 17 [[/margin]]
[[encircled]] 18 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0050 [[/stamped]] the ledge about 8 - 10 feet thick on the front of the hill facing west and it is about 22 - 25' below the Hardin ss. Above the Conchidium corals are also fairly common and an occasional coral may be found with Conchidium. I think the Conchidium belongs with the corals. The few brachiopods present are like Lobelville or Bob types. Found on U. tennesseensis. I have a suspicion that Bob = Lobelville.. Oct. 3 - Beside the road on the north side of the entrance to the Sewell Spring and about road level a layer of earthy, yellow-weathering ls. contains large Conchidium. Went up hill to north of Sewell (the white) house. At base of hill is shaly material with corals, but nearly entire remainder of section is crystalline ls. right up to the Hardin ss. After lunch Mr. Sewell took me to a glade along an old road about 1/2 mile SSW of the Sewell house. Corals are exactly like those under Conchidium ledge. [[left margin]] 1.66 [[/left margin]] Conchidium was present here but rare. At this place shale of Beechwood type is interbedded with Xline ls. Presence of Troostocrinus & Oct. 4 - In morning collected from glade slope on US. 64, 6.8 miles east of Savannah. Got good Bob brachiopods and a whole Calymene. At noon collected at a glade 3.85 miles east of Savannah. I suspect glade is Rockhouse shale. The shale 10'+ occurred over a few feet of hard limestone showing in a ditch east of glade. On Indian Creek went along bluff facing Olive Hill. Saw [[left margin]] 18. [[/left margin]]
[[encircled]] 19 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0051 [[/stamped]] Lobelville, Decatur, Ross, Bear Branch and Pyburn. In evening found glade 100 yds N of US64 and 0.6 miles SW of Wayne-Hardin County line. Here purplish shaly ls. contained abundance of Astraeospongia, Calceola and a few other Beach River types. [[left margin]] 20.28 [[/left margin]] Oct. 5 - Left Waynesboro 9:45 and arrived Murphreesboro about 2:15. Met Jo at about 4:45. [[left margin] 6.40 [[/left margin]] Oct. 6 - Went from Murphreesboro to Nashville. Visited two localities of Pegram given by Peoples. Hamilton part of Pegram is thin and sandy. Onondaga part is granular, Xline ls. Part seems to be pre-Tropidoleptus and probably definitely of Ononadaga (upper) age. Spent rest of day collecting Waldron and Ordovician. [[left margin]] 1.34 [[/left margin]] Oct. 7 - Went to Vanderbilt to see C. W. Wilson at Vanderbilt. Spent 2 hours with Born & Pond of Tennessee Survey. Saw Wilson at Vanderbilt. Saw Pohl & Peoples collection of Pegram. Specimens labelled as [[underlined]] Sp. gregarius, [[/underlined]] are not that species. One looks like a [[underlined]] Articularia [[/underlined]] and the other a small [[underlined]] Spirifer. [[/underlined]] Saw no unequivocal Onondaga species in the whole collection. Wilson had fine specimens of [[underlined]] Cryptophragmus [[/underlined]] from the Lebanon. Wilson had starfish from Murphreesboro. " " [[dittos for: Wilson had]] collection from Sequatchie Valley containing [[underlined]] Fascifer. [[/underlined]] He regards this horizon as Pierce. This horizon is high OHosee. The [[underlined]] Pionodema stonensis [[/underlined]] is a [[underlined]] Fascifera. [[/underlined]] [[left margin]] 19. [[/left margin]]
[[circled]] 20 [[/circled]] [[stamped]] 0052 [[/stamped]] Left Nashville about 1PM and went on to Murphreesboro where we collected Murphreesboro fossils on the south side of Stones River, west of U.S. 41. Here the WPA is building an armory and a great deal of chert from the upper part has been thrown out. We made a large collection. Oct. 8 - First stop was at bridge over Stones River about one mile southwest of Lascassas on Tenn. 96. Here Murphreesboro lies in stream bed. Pierce comes over it on east side bridge and the Ridley overlies the Pierce. We collected Murphreesboro and Pierce. [[left margin]] 1.45 [[/left margin]] Next visit was to old Pierce Mill, 1/2 mile S of Walter Hill on Tenn. 10. Here is a small exposure near power plant of thin ls. with bryozoans. Much of the material is without fossils and is quite vaughanitic in character. Visited Ridley on N side of road crossing Stones River a mile due east (airline) of Jefferson. Here near top of exposed sequences we found [[underlined]] protorhyncha. [[/underlined]] Visited Nice's Mill where Pierce is well exposed. Here [[underlined]] protorhyncha [[/underlined]] occurs in the bryozoan beds near top. Over the Pierce we found Ridley Rhynchotrema in soil. Oct. 9. - Spent morning at Marshalls Knobs on Ridley. [[left margin]] 7.71 [[/left margin]] This is more massive limestone that the Pierce but in general is very fine-grained brownish gray, brittle to weathering light ash. All through the formation Rafinesquina like deltoidea is abundant with a [[underlined]] Strophomena Protorhyncha [[/underlined]] occurs throughout the Ridley. [[left margin]] 20 [[/left margin]]
[[circled]]21[[/circled]] [[stamped]] 0053 [[/stamped]] In afternoon took US 41, road to Manchester, found fresh cut in Lebanon and collected many fossils. Rafinesquina & Strophomena common with a Rhynchotrema. Oct 10. - Took US 70S to Woodbury. [[left margin]] 7.71 [[/left margin]] Collected Lebanon, en route. At big bend of road just east (1/2 mile) of Readyville we collected Cryptophragmus in Lebanon, had Sowerbyella in beds just above it. [[left margin vertical]] 0.4 miles E. of Lebanon [[/left margin vertical]] Afternoon collected Hermitage between 1 and 1 1/4 south of Woodbury on both sides of the road (Tenn.53) to Manchester. [[left margin]] 3.81 [[/left margin]] Oct. 11 - Ask Wilson for a squeeze of [[underlined]] Bathyurus [[/underlined]] from Murphreesboro; also one of the starfish. Went to Shelbyville and Belfast to collect Lebanon. Poor success. Oct. 12 - Packed and shipped 13 kegs of fossils. Includes most of my Silurian and all the Ordocian we collected. In afternoon collected Lebanon along Tenn. 10 between Murphreesboro and Lebanon. [[left margin]] 3.10 [[/left margin]] [[left margin]] 21 [[/left margin]]
[[encircled]] 22 [[/encircled]] [[stamped]] 0054 [[/stamped]] Oct 13 N 70E 30[[degree symbol]] S taken on what we think is Lebanon about 18' below Trenton and 25 feet below Bentonite which is about 6' thick. I believe I have found Pionodema miniscula in top of Lowville 5.4 miles NE of courthouse in Maynardville on Tenn. 33. At this locality shaly and limey Martinsburg contains Quentin fossils, Dalmanella, Sowerbyella, Dinorthis, Rhynchotrema. [[left margin]] 13.89 [[/left margin]] This is same bed as we collected in 1939 near Cumberland Gap. 25' below a thick bentonite in the Martinsburg we found [[underlined]] Pionodema miniscula [[/underlined]] Willard and a sequence lithologically like Lebanon. This supports my view that the Lowville of the Appalachians is all or part of the Stones River of the Central Basin. [[left margin]] 5.62 [[/left margin]] Oct. 14. - Collected OHosee fossils south of Evans Ferry. Drove from Tazewell, Tenn. - Salem, Va. [[left margin]] 6.13 [[/left margin]] Oct. 15 Drove from Salem, Va to Washington, Arriving at 2 P. M. Final mileage 28689 [[left margin]] 22 [[/left margin]]
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[[stamped]] 0055 [[/stamped]] Sept. 29, 1940 Pegram on Mill Creek, N of Topsy, Tennessee. TVA Topsy [[square symbol]] Point out in paper if any of Pegram is really Onondaga there must have been big interval between Lower Onondaga (Camden) and Upper Onondaga [[underlined]] Sp. acuminatus [[/underlined]] zone to have produced the Camden and Clear Creek Cherts, which generally are chert wherever known. The Pegram on Buffalo River in bluff on west side of mouth of Mill Creek, north of Topsy is about 6' thick of hard light to dark gray crystalline limestone, irregularly bedded in layers from one to two inches up to nearly a foot. Contains many styliolites. Basal layer in bottom few inches contains concretions and a green mineral probably glauconite. Fossils are scarce throughout. Saw nothing while collecting to indicate anything of Onondaga age. In basal bed occurs tavosites turbinatus suggestive of Beechwood with a large wrinkled Schuchertella. In middle of formation saw possible Vitulina (or dorsals of Cyrtina). Near top Cypricardinia is common. All fossils seen suggest a Hamilton age for whole layer rather than any Onondaga. Sp. gregarius is only real Onondaga fossil in Pegram reported by Peoples. It could be a Delaware form. In paper show Nucleocrinus vernenili also of Hamilton type. [[underlined]] Pegram may all be Hamilton. [[/underlined]] After examining my specimens
[[stamped]] 0056 [[/stamped]] Collected today I believe I do have Vitulina and they came from about the middle of the formation. This I think makes the presence of [[underlined]] any [[/underlined]] Onondaga very doubtful. Look for collections Miser may have made __________________________________________________ See Jewell in Hardin Co Report Ross may = Pyburn
[[stamped]] 0057 [[/stamped]] [[margin]] 1 [[/margin]] Texas and Oklahoma 1941 June 10 - Left Washington, 7: AM with J. Bridge. Lunched in Roanoke, Va. Called on Harry Todd in Bluefield, Va at 5 P.M. Arrived Tagewell, Va. 6:30 P. M. June 11 - Saw sections around Tagewell with B. N. Cooper, Butts & Bevan. June 12 - same. Visited Burkes Gorden June 13 - Went to Ceres in morning; collected at Porterfield Quarry in afternoon. Left Jo at Bristol and went on to Morristown for night June 14 - Morristown to Memphis. Collected Lebanon 11 miles E of Lebanon. Found Protorhyncha in Lebanon. Collected Waldron at Prison Quarry [[strikethrough]] west [[/strikethrough]] east of Pegram. June 15 - Memphis - Mount Pleasant, Texas. Rain in Texas. All rivers very high. June 16 - Arrived Fort Worth at noon-time. Newell had already arrived. Called on Renfros in evening. June 17 - Met R. H. King in morning. Went to Bridgeport & collected in shale pit there, then went on to Jacksboro and collected east of town. June 18 - Collected Jacksboro east of Jacksboro then collected Gonzales shale 9 miles SE of Graham. Went over to Gunsight & collected Wayland shale Got several Poikilosakos
[[stamped]] 0058 [[/stamped]] [[margin]] 2 [[/margin]] June 19 - Worked hill slopes 1/2 mile north of Union Hill School, 6 miles NNW of Mineral Wells in morning. collected from Millsap Lake formation about 8 miles SE of Mineral Wells where snails were abundant. Went back to Fort Worth with Ralph King and picked up Museum car. Went on to Jacksboro for the night. June 20 - Collected at Gunter place from 7 A. M. nearly to 11 A. M. Got 7 sacks of fossils. Went on to Midland, Texas. Called on Bob King in evening for a few minutes. June 21 - Spent morning with Bob King and a short time with Ronald De Ford. We then went on to Fort Stockton where we called on J M. Montgomery a rancher for permission to go on his place. Reached Marathon for supper. June 22 - Went up to Split Tank for the day. Collecting not as good as previously. June 23 - Spent day at Split Tank. June 24 - Spent day at Split Tank. Place not now so good. June 25 - Collected Gaptank east of Fort Stockton road. Left about about 3 P. M. Rain. June 26 - Collected basal Word on slope north of Word Ranch. Took away most of concretionary mass of other years. [[underlined]] Waagenoconcha [[/underlined]] is abundant in lower Word. The Lower Word strongly suggests the upper Leonard at Split Rank. Rain in early afternoon. Packed two boxes
[[stamped]] 0059 [[/stamped]] [[margin]] 3 [[/margin]] June 27 - Went to Wolfcamp hills and collected at locality found last year. This is definitely in the main mass of the Wolfcamp thick limestone and is about 15 feet below the top of that limestone. Made another collection here. Then collected from Kings bed 9 which is exposed on the slopes south and west of the fork of the Canyon going into the Wolfcamp hills. Rain in afternoon June 28 - Worked all day in Wolfcamp hills. Collected mainly from lower part of bed 9. Did not find some of the things reported by King. Thick limestones are chiefly reef masses, we think. Collected Uddernites zone on Wolfcamp front but found no good specimens of [[underlined]] Parenteletes. [[/underlined]] Violent thunder storm at night. June 29 - Collected in 3rd. ls. of Word north - northeast of Hess Ranch in Hess Canyon. Made enormous collection. June 30 - Collected again in 2nd & 3rd ls. of Word. We found no satisfactory division between these limestones. July 1 - Back to Hess Canyon to work on 4th ls. of Word. This proved to be so poor that we gave up and went back to the 3rd. ls. Came in about four and packed boxes. 7 to date July 2 - Collected south slope road Canyon about 1 1/2 miles west of east end. Fossils very scattered and collecting poor. Went over to Skinner Ranch for permission to go on their property. Rained out at 2 P. M.
[[stamped]] 0060 [[/stamped]] [[margin]] 4 [[/margin]] July 3 - roamed the hills at junction of road and Gilliland Canyons. Fossils scattered. Collecting poor. Went over to Clay Slide. Saw few fossils. Rained out at 1 P. M. July 4 - Looked over Wolfcamp surrounding sill about 3 miles north of Hess gate on road to Split Tank. Found few fossils. Collected Leonard from faulted block 1 1/2 miles east of Hess gate and about 0.1 mile south of road. Got good [[underlined]] Striatifera [[/underlined]] here. At noon went to town barbecue and rodeo. July 5 - collected Wolfcamp and Hess north of Decie Ranch in first spur of hills south of Cathedral Mtn. [[underlined]] Scacchinella [[/underlined]] common but sporadic in occurences. Lives with beak down and growing to one another like Reihthofenids Made good collection from both Wolfcamp and Hess. The [[underlined]] Scacchinella [[/underlined]] were taken in about middle of low hill and about 20' - 30' below the top in fine - grained massive limestone. The Wolfcamp bed was somewhat above the middle of the slope. July 6 - Worked over Leonard and Word north of Decie Ranch. Found the collecting poor. Fossils very scattered. Went to Lenox to see Wolfcamp which is mostly a conglomerate. Went back and collected more [[underlined]] Scacchinella [[/underlined]] north of Decie Ranch. July 7 - Back to Split Tank for the day. Rained in afternoon but we stuck it out. Norman found 4 blocks with [[underlined]] Uncinella [[/underlined]] and they occur just above the base of the Leonard, between the Hess and the beds containing [[underlined]] Uncinuloides. [[/underlined]]
[[stamped]] 0061 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 5 [[/left margin]] July 8 - Spent day at Split Tank. Made a large and fine collection. July 9 - Spent morning between Split Tank and Word ranch. After lunch we got started collecting west of Word Ranch in Leonard when it rained. We came home and packed four boxes. July 10 - Collected Leonard west of Fenstermakers place in vicinity of Old Word Ranch. Section mainly yellowish platy rock with fossiliferous ls, [[buses?]]. Uppermost lens contains many [[underlined]] Aulosteges [[/underlined]] but they are hard to get. Collecting is good at bottom of formation. Packed three boxes in evening. July 11 - collected Word at Hess Canyon all day long. Good day, no rain. Packed two boxes before supper. July 12 - Went to hills north of Decie Ranch (King's loc 35) to collect [[underlined]] Scacchinella [[/underlined]]. Had excellent success taking a number of large specimens from a single boulder. July 13 - Drove out to Leonard Mountain to collect Leonard ls. Collecting proved very poor so we went up to Word Ranch and collected until 3:30 when it started to rain. Packed two boxes in afternoon. July 14 - Back to hills with [[underlined]] Scacchinella [[/underlined]] but we failed to find any first rate specimens. Collecting depends on finding a properly rotted block, not too rotten so that they crumble nor too fresh so that they crack through.
[[stamped]] 0063 [[/stamped]] [[margin]] 6 [[/margin]] July 15 - Went to Wolfcamp hills. Most of our material comes from slopes formed by beds 3 - 9 or possibly 10. My material collected last year is from top of bed 2. Rained out about 3 P M. July 16 - spent morning collecting No 4 limestone of the Word about one mile north of Fenstermakers place. Collection only fair. In afternoon collected Leonard at Word Ranch. Fair all day. July 17 - Packed boxes and got them ready for shipment. Took Norman to Alpine to take bus. Dunbar delayed. July 18 - Sent off 13 boxes and 2 kegs. Sent 5 boxes to Wisconsin. Total for trip thus far 27 boxes and 2 kegs. Dunbar and Morris arrived 9:30 P M. July 19 - All day at Split Tank with COD and P M. July 20 - All day collecting Gaptank southeast of Gaptank. July 21 - Collected at Scacchinella locality (loc. 35 of R.E.King until 3 P M, then went to Alpine. Found few Scacchinella. July 22 - Spent day at Hess Canyon collecting Word. cl collected ls. no 4 at east end of Hess property at Gate about 1/4 mile west of elbow in Canyon. July 23 - Spent all day at Split Tank. Thunder storm came up about 2 P. M. Came home & packed boxes. Cooper has 2 more boxes ready.
[[stamped]] 0063 [[/stamped]] [[margin]] 7 [[/margin]] July 24 - Wolfcamp hills till 2 P M when we were rained out. Most of our brachiopods are from 9 - 12 limestones. The fossils occur where the limestones are massive and reefy. July 25 - Got run out of Wolfcamp by ranch foreman. Went to collect Leonard at word Ranch. Thunderstorm about 2 P M. Finished packing. July 26 - Packed up and shipped 3 boxes and four kegs. Got ready to leave Marathon. July 27 - Marathon to Cisco. July 28 - Went to Gunsight, collected all morning. Went on to Fort Worth which I reached at 4 P. M. Called on Renfros that evening. July 29 - Went with Renfros and collected lower Graham and Thrifty north of Jacksboro. The first locality is on west side of Post Oak road three miles north of Jacksboro. The locality was good for several types of molluses and a few brachiopods. July 30 - 0.6 mile north of Finis, Texas and near fork of Bryson - Graford roads in top of Ranger limestone [[underlined]] Teguliferina [[/underlined]] is abundant. In afternoon visited Gonzales Creek shale 3 1/2 miles NW of Finis on road to Graham. July 31 - Collected Lower Cretaceous around Fort Worth. Particularly after echinoids for exchange collections.
[[stamped]] 0064 [[/stamped]] [[margin]] 8 [[/margin]] August 1 - Collected Graford west of Perrin in morning. Went to pit near Salesville in afternoon. August 2 - Collected west of Fort Worth in lower Graham in morning; same level north of Fort Worth in afternoon. August 3 - Collected Hog Creek shale and ranger in morning and in the Jacksboro level on the Ramsay place in the afternoon. August 4 - Mostly bummed around Fort Worth. Wrote letters in morning, shopped in afternoon. Went out with Renfros in the evening. Mrs. R wants an exchange of Michigan fossils. Aug. 5 Garrison shale - E. side road, 1/2 mile south of Dexter, Cowley Co., Kansas. For excellent Mayes ls 6 mi. E of Fort Gibson, sec 17 or 18 - 15N - 21E, 1/2 mi S of pavement on N side hill, U.S. 62. Distance is probably nearer 10 miles. Left Fort Worth and went on to Norman Oklahoma to visit with Dr. Decker and Dr. Dutt. Called on C. L. Foster in evening. Aug 6 - Back to Ardmore. Collected at Rock Crossing most of day. Collecting poor as rocks had been well washed by many rains.
[[stamped]] 0065 [[/stamped]] [[margin]] 9 [[/margin]] Aug. 7 - Visited Bromide locality in sec.26 in Criner Hills. To get to this place go south of Ardmore about [[strikethrough]] 5 [[/strikethrough]] 4 1/2 miles (measure from turn with traffic light on west edge of Ardmore) on US 77, turn west crossing Hickory in about a half mile and continue to west to road end. Turn south and go about 0.9 mile to sharp west bend. Old road continues south. Park and walk old road 500 feet (200 paces) to creek, go down stream 1150' (460 paces) [[image - pencil drawn map showing directions described above]] Spent afternoon on Bromide west of US 77. Found [[underlined]] Sowerbyites [[/underlined]] zone at very base of section. Aug. 8 - Went over to Sulphur and visited Ordovician locality on highway about 1.8 miles SSE of town. Rain rest of day. Packed four kegs. Aug. 9 - Spent day at White Mound. Collected in morning on slopes 1/4 mile SE of the mound. Collected on mound all afternoon. Aug. 10 - Went back to White Mound. Collected at cattle tank for 2 hours then worked along the hills 1/2 miles NW of White Mound. Fair collecting in upper Haragan. Went up to Ada between three and four o'clock.
[[stamped]] 0066 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 10. [[/left margin]] August 11 - Met C. G. Lalicker of Univ. of Oklahoma at 10 A. M. in Ada, Lalicker agreed to pilot me about the Stonewall Quad. for 5 days. We went first to collect Wetumka shale southeast of town and then Boggy farther south. Collecting was good. Aug. 12 - Rain most of morning but we went north toward Holdenville to find some of Girty's Wewoka localities All of them we visited were very poor collecting Aug. 13 - Made a try at Holdenville locality NE of town but it was much grassed over. Went back and collected at Wetumka locality SW of Ada. Aug 14 - Searched for two Boggy localities and a Wapanucka locality on Canyon Creek west of Jessie. Then visited a Haragan locality southwest of Jessie. This was very poor collecting. Went to collect Boggy E. SE of Ahlosa. One small glade was very good. Aug. 15 - Went back to glades ESE of Ahlosa for our best collecting of the trip. Went to collect McAlister south of Fittstown then went to Cedar Hill for Henry house shale. Collected 1/2 miles west of Cedar Hill and on glades about in center of 10 - 2N - 6E. [[left margin vertical]] Boxes sent in to Aug 16. 9 boxes - 2555} 13 boxes, 2 Keys - 3850} 5 boxes, 1400} 9328 lbs. 2 boxes, 4 Keys 1113} 7 Keys 410} [[/left margin vertical]]
[[stamped]] 0067 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 11. [[/left margin]] Aug 17 - Collected Henryhouse shale in vicinity of Cedar Hill, 8 miles south of Ada. Locality is 2 miles east of Okla 99 in south half sec 4-2N-6E. Aug. 18 - Went to Norman and picked up C.L.Foster then went on to Muskogee. Collected [[underlined]] Marginifera [[/underlined]] at a railroad out in Dewar. [[strikethrough]] Oct [[/strikethrough]] Aug 19 - Collected Mayes ls east of Fort Gibson. Locality is reached by going east of fort Gibson to Bayou Manard crossing of US. 62. 0.8 mile east of the Bayou is a road going south that can be identified by two wooden bridges close together. Go south for 0.9 mile to bridge over large creek, go on to ford of brook and take the left fork of road, cross small wooden bridge go on taking right fork which after a mile from the ford crosses the Mayes ls. Collecting excellent. [[strikethrough]] Oct [[/strikethrough]] Aug. 20 - Visited Mayes locality at bluffs on south side of Bayou Manard on west side of Oklahoma 10. Collected here till lunch time. After lunch went to fields just 0.1 mile south of Glendale school. Here brachiopods were abundant. Just 0.1 mile south of bend in road about 1/2 mile south of the school [[strikethrough]] F [[/strikethrough]] in an arroyo on the east side of the road about 100 yds to east Fayetteville fossils are abundant. To get to Glendale school go east on dirt road 1/2 mile south of Bayou Manard bridge, go east one mile to bend, turn north for about 1/2 mile. [[image - pencil drawn map showing directions stated above]]
[[stamped]] 0068 [[/stamped]] Aug. 21 - Rain in early morning, Collected Webber Falls on Verdigris River in morning. Visited Bacone College before lunch. Collected at Bayon Manard and revisited localities one mile east of Oklahoma 10. Aug. - 22 - Went back to locality 7 - 8 miles east and one mile South of Fort Gibson. Collected till noon-time. After lunch heavy rain drove us out. Went to Keough Qy north of Fort Gibson, 2 1/2 miles where it had not rained. Aug - 23 - Went over to Okmulgee and collected at SW end of Lake Okmulgee and just west of Deep Ford west of the City. After lunch returned to Norman to deliver Mr. Foster. Aug 24 - Spent morning at Oklahoma Univ with Lalicker. Had dinner with Mr. & Mrs. L. Then went to Arkansas City, Kans. Aug. 25 - Collected all day north and south of Dexter, Kans. [[underlined]] Derbyia [[/underlined]] was abundant in road buts 3 - 3 1/2 miles NW of Dexter on Kans. 15 and on the same road in the Sedge of the village. Aug. 26 - Went to Fredonia but was refused admittance to the Quarry. Went back south to Coney and to locality north of Copan. Collected here all afternoon. Aug. 27 - Left Independence. Accidentally discovered quarry in Checkerboard limestone 1.8 mi. N of Lenapah, Okla. Collecting excellent.
[[stamped]] 0069 [[/stamped]] Aug. 28 - Back to quarry north of Lenapah for two hours, then on to Nowata where I found nothing. Drove to Vinita. Collected Fayetteville north of US 60 - 66 about 5 - 6 miles east of Vinita. Aug. 29 - Collected Fayetteville shale in bluff just south and west of Shawnee Creek in NE 1/4 11 - 25N - 21E all day. Collecting good particularly for large productids. Aug. 30 - Collected 5 miles east of Vinita until 11 P. M. Then drove to Springfield, Missouri. Aug. 31. - Springfield, Missouri to Henderson, Ky. Sept. 1. - Drove to Corydon, Visited Mr. Campbell for afternoon. Sept. 2 - Corydon, Indiana - Parkersburg, West Virginia. Sept. 3 - Parkersburg, W. Va - Washington, D. C.
[[stamped]] 0123 [[/stamped]] [[checkmark]] June 22. Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.70 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.35 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.00 Visited locality 702d and spent day at it. [[checkmark]] June 23. Out to Mtn. front in morning thrown off. Came home & finished packing because of rain. Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.80 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.31 Supper [[checkmark]] 0.85 Gas 6.7 gals (Marathon) [[checkmark]] 1.75 [[checkmark]] June 24 Haul boxes [[checkmark]] 2.00 Telegram R. J. Stark [[checkmark]] 0.90 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.70 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.50 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.05 Brought boxes to Station. Visited 702e and 706e. [[checkmark]] June 25 Freight 11 boxes, 6 blocks [[checkmark]] 110.80 Laundry [[checkmark]] 1.22 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.70 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.40 Supper [[checkmark]] 0.90 Bags for packing [[checkmark]] 0.70 Gas 7.4 gals (Marathon) [[checkmark]] 1.92 Lodging 8 nights. Marathon [[checkmark]] 24.00
[[stamped]] 0124 [[/stamped]] June 26 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 1.10 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.95 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.10 Gas San Angelo 12.1 gals [[checkmark]] 2.78 Marathon to Cisco by 3 P. M. Collected Putnam ls. fossils 2.3 miles W of Putnam on US 80. June 27 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.60 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.40 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.20 Gas. 8 gals. [[checkmark]] 1.84 Collected loc. 1.2 mi. S. of Gunsight in morning. In afternoon went to Moran and collected what seems from Ple[[?]] & Moore map to be Moran fm. 1 - 5 miles SE of Moran on US 283. Small qy. & roadside cut. In Qy shale below ls contained fossils. In rd cut shale above limestone very fossilferous. Limestone 6 - 10' thick. 2 - In field on S side of road exposures above a tank. Same ls. as qy. 3. Road cuts on each side road 11.7 mi. Se of Moran. Same limestone as Quarry?
[[stamped]] 0125 [[/stamped]] Martin's lake S of Bridgeport 33.9 35.25 to Bank W from Bridgeport 1) 5.25 Bank in Bridgeport 2) Texas 24 Junction Lake Bridgeport 5.9 Paved road 3) R.I. R.R. 6.2. 4) unpaved turnoff to Lake Bridgeport Dam 9.4 9.6 5.25 ---- 4.35 5) Sponge locality 9.6. Road cut on paved road See Scott on Wise county for horizon at Martins Lake. To find excellent sponge locality leave bank in Bridgeport, go to Texas Hy 24. Follow 24 to turn-off to Lake Bridgeport. This is a paved road with unpaved road to Bridgeport Lake Dam. 0.2 miles west of this junction is road-cut with sponges past way up hill. This is 4.35 miles from bank in a NW direction.
[[stamped]] 0126 [[/stamped]] June 28 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.70 nails 0.10 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.60 Moores loc. 88.9 is 5 miles E of Cisco on US 80 and 860 paces N of Hy. Old road mention by Moore turns N about 100 yds west of broad bend in US 80 5 mi. W of Cisco. Opposite entrance to house on S. Old road is 4.8 miles W of Eastland Courthouse Supper [[checkmark]] 1.30 Hotel Cisco 2 nights call [[checkmark]] 6.55 Freight 1 box Fort Worth [[checkmark]] 7.65 June 29 - Breakfast 0.75 Gas Bridgeport, Texas [[checkmark]] 2.63 Room Fort Worth 7 nights [[checkmark]] 28.00 Send R. J. Stark Peruvian pictures. [[strikethrough]] Supp [[/strikethrough]] Supper at Starks [[strikethrough]] 1.35 [[/strikethrough]] June 30. Breakfast 0.75 Supper 1.35 July 1 - Breakfast 0.75 Supper 0.65
[[stamped]] 0127 [[/stamped]] July 2 - Breakfast 0.80 Supper 1.35 Collected in quarry W of Salesville July 3. - Breakfast 0.80 Supper 1.25 Tacks 0.06 Potato Hill, & Port Burger 6 mi. W of Jacksboro. July 4 - Breakfast 1.00 supper 2.50 E & W of junction Texas 199 & US 281 July 5 - Breakfast [[checkmark]] 1.00 Gas 4 gallons [[checkmark]] 0.88 Freight 2 kegs, 1 box [[checkmark]] 12.58 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.67 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.37 Fort Worth to Sulphur, Okla Visited White Mound. July 6 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.77 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.70 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.07 Synthrophopsis bed 160' below top of Arbuckles, SW 1/4 NW 1/4 NW 1/4 22 - 1S - 1E, Murray Co., Okla bed crosses [[strikethrough]] road [[/strikethrough]] W line of section 900' S of the NW corner N. gen - Ham loc F93 [[enclosed in rectangle]] Send Bill Ham copy of Brachiopod ecology [[/enclosed in rectangle]]
[[stamped]] 0128 [[/stamped]] [[sketch of layers]] --------------| J = 15' | 2nd dam at Spring Creek --------------| | I = 60 --------------| | H = 15 1/2 --------------| | G = 18' --------------| | F = 23' --------------| | E = 30' --------------| | D = 35' --------------| Platycupfutas | C = 11' --------------| B | [[equal sign with line through it]] 33' --------------| A 20' | Coarse calcaremite upper surface forming north wall of gorge | just below (last of dam). Saw large Oxoplecia on upper | surface. | Hesperorthis? 20' +/- Campylorthis? --------------| Covered Shale | 90' | --------------| SS | |
[[stamped]] 0129 [[/stamped]] B- greenish dark fissile shale breaking down into thin flakes. At very base Encrinurus, Oxoplecia common. C. C[[superscript]] 1 [[/superscript]]- Nodular, yellow weathering ls. with many bryozoa ea 30" [[image - pencil drawing showing three adjacently layered rectangles indicating levels, marked from top C3, C2, Fine cystic C1]] C[[superscript]] 2 [[/superscript]] - crumbly sh with several thin nodular lines as below Fine Campylorthis, numerous Sowerbyella, rare Glyptorthis, Fascifena, Platycystites. We can call this Platycyctites zone. Thickness each 7' C[[superscript]] 3 [[/superscript]] - bryozoan shale upper bed of C2 about 6" yellowish ls. Thickness 15". Top of C[[superscript]] 2 [[/superscript]] and C[[superscript]] 3 [[/superscript]] contain the coarse-ribbed Multicostella seen in green shale at base of section in Criner Hills. I think Division C is the same as the small collapse & cut about a mile S of Sulphur on Okla.18. D - D[[superscript]] 1 [[/superscript]] - 3 1/2 - 4' of cobbly, crumbly ls. with large Opikina but small Strophomena. Like basal Criner. D[[superscript]] 2 [[/superscript]] - 31' alternating thin ls (about 2") and thin shale beds (up to 6") with isotelus (Homotelus?) and Sinuites in bottom, with big Opilsina and Oxoplecia abundant at top, Fascifera
[[stamped]] 0130 [[/stamped]] E - E1 - 9' thin bedded ls at base mostly thin bedded ls (2"-4") with shalier zone at top. Upper part with many square Opikina & some Fascifera Base of F on S bank 2nd arroyo. F - Light to dark grey weathering in beds 4-6" thick. Large Strophomena Opikina. Strophomena abundant at top forming black lines because vertical to bedding. [[image-from bottom up-2 short lines curving up, one short line over the top, curving down with what looks like a question mark directly to right, almost touching]] Top of F at N edge of 3rd arroyo & N edge of main dam. G - Thin bedded ls, litte shale in lower beds (2"-9" thick). Yellow brown Carinoclodia-like forms. Fossils abundant in section. Sowerbyella in swarms. Top is long dip slope in outlet arroyo from main dam. H - Thin-bedded ls & shale abounding in Sowerbyella, Hesperorthis & small Campylorthis. I - Thin-bedded elastic ls containing brachiopods & countless bryozoa. Ls often coquina of brachs or bryozoa, Large Strophomena. Squarish Opikina Sowerbyella, plump smallish Campyborthis, Oxoplecia loose. Lower half smooth ls, upper half detrital ls. Lower half with brachiopod coquina. 60' J.= Bromide dense massive dark gray weathering ls. brownish gray ls. Forms N slope outlet of main dam.
[[stamped]] 0131 [[/stamped]] In section 1/4 mile W of hy 77 the Sowerbyites occur in the upper 10' of Deckers division 23 just under a sandy ls. Deckers beds 23, 22 and possibly 21, I think, correlated with the shales on Spring Creek. [[sketch of rock column in left margin]] ---------| 18' | M ---------| 30 | L ---------| 8' | K ---------| 3' | J ---------| 3' | I ---------| Covered | ---------| 25' | H ---------| 22' | G ---------| 40' | F ---------| Covered | } 30' +-? ---------| 8' | E ---------| 2' | D ---------| 3' | C ---------| 7'B | B ---------| 25'+- | A ---------| + 25' to Birdseye of McLish [[end of sketch]] July 8 Section on US [[insert]] Okla [[/insert]] 99 all thicknesses guesstimates A = limesand calcarenite of bryozoa & cystid stems often sandy Hesperorthis, Mimella, large Opikina B = shale with Valcourea, Hesperothis C = calcarenite Trilobite fragments D = shale 2' Bryozoa, Mimella, HEsperothis E - yellow - weathering thin bedded ls. 8'. F - yellow porous ls. 40' Top 20' thin bedded blue but weathering yellow often shaly G - bryozoan bed consisting of 4 parts: 4' of bryozoan coquina with Mimella; nodular ls. 3' of crimes[[?]] lithology with abundant Opikina; thin bedded ls. 5'; [[begin strikethrough]] platy ls. & shale 10' [[/strikethrough]] rough sandy weathering platy, yellow, white weathering sandy ls 10'
[[stamped]] 0132 [[/stamped]] H. Blue massive, thick bed ls. docking to plates, contains beds of calcarenite and most of top is calcarenite 25' I - light gray ls. 3' J - calcarenite, shaly at base 3' K - shaly & thin-bedded ls. beds up to 6" 8' contains one 3" bed of Criner[[guess]] like lithology at top. Fossils poor. L - Motly calcarenite 30' heavy bedded M - shaly ls. massive 1' bed at base, shaly & massive ls. with thin beds of mealy light gray ls. cl in a thin 8" mealy bed 3' below top & just under a 1' massive light gray bed Ancistrochyncha[[guess]] is abundant
[[stamped]] 0133 [[/stamped]] July 7 Breakfast 1.00 Lunch 0.74 Shirts [[encircled]] 2.25 [[/encircled]] Supper 1.22 Went to Spring Creek July 8 Breakfast 0.87 Lunch 0.43 Supper 1.32 July 9 Breakfast 0.87 Lunch 0.77 Supper 1.07 Log for Pennsylvanian fossils 16.95 18.1 Road intersection 19.15 blind intersection, turn SE 19.5 Washita River 20.8 turn S. 21.5 " [[ditto for: turn]] E 23.5 Washita River 26.9 Mill Creek 28.3 Okla. 12 30.7 center of Ravia July 10. Breakfast 1.02 Lunch Supper Laundry [[checkmark]] 1.25
[[stamped]] 0134 [[/stamped]] July 9. Myers 4 miles east of Hennepin 1000' due east of [[strikethrough]] M[[?]] [[/strikethrough]] house Center SW 1.2 2 - 1S - 1W locality for Dipaulasma typicum. Probably topotypes. Rocks much distorted. cl thick possibly algal reefs. Only place here and just outside Conat that we saw these fossils. About 0.15 mile on strike of beds from corral. All blocks marked Hess. Mountain Lake E 1/2 22 - 2S - 1W, Carter Co near dam on edge of lake, southwest side about 12' under upper ledge of Bromide with Receptaculites occur Rostricellula, Strophomena, a and bryozoa suggesting Criner. At west end of lake and along shore to SE for some rooyds[[guess]] occur green sh with Multicostella & Platycystities, same bed as Spring Creek.
[[stamped]] 0135 [[/stamped]] [[margin]] 84 42 --- 126 [[/margin]] Spring Creek revisited Basal bed ss - Div B. Paced section = 118' 1 = Bromide sand 2A = 25 - 30' probably shale but also thin bedded ls. 2B = Sowerbyites bed - 21' (underline) + (/underline) shale and thin - bedded ls. with Sowerbyites, Mirrella, large [[Opekaina?]] 2C - brown ls. 3' 2D - green shale with small Volcourea - 17' 2E - ls 21 Small multierstella placed in sack with 2D 2F - mostly green shale with thin nodular ls. Middle 5' abounds in stick-like bryozoa 2g - 4' heavy ls. at base shale with nodular ls of lome 8' followed by 2' ls. Following is 2' of shale Remainder covered, probably shale A = colearenite 15' - 20' corresponding to previous section. [[margin]] ----------| | A ----------| 42' | 2g ----------| 16' | 2F ----------| 2' | 2E ----------| Volcourea | 17' | 2D ----------| 3' | 2C ----------| 21' | 2B ----------| 25' | 2A ----------| | 1 | [[/margin]]
Notes Trip to SW with E. Yochelson May 31 - July 31 1947
[[stamped]] 0114 [[/stamped]] [[checkmark]] May 22 Purchase $700 in travellers cheques [[checkmark]] 5.25 Cheque Nos. A50, 792, 504 - A50, 792, 538 = 10 B43, 545, 322 - B43, 545, 341 = 20 [[checkmark]] May 28 - 14 gals. gas, Washington, DC. [[checkmark]] 3.24 May 31 - Lexington, Va 12 gals., 1 oil [[checkmark]] 3.46 Abingdon, Va 9 3/4 gals [[checkmark]] 2.45 Lunch, Lexington, VA [[checkmark]] 0.50 Supper, Morristown, Tenn. [[checkmark]] 0.90 Morristown overnight [[checkmark]] June 1 Breakfast, Morristown [[checkmark]] 0.50 Room, Morristown, Tenn [[checkmark]] 3.00 Gas Rockwood, Tenn. 12.4 [[checkmark]] 3.48 Gas Waynesboro, Tenn 13.5 [[checkmark]] 3.73 Lunch Murfreesboro [[checkmark]] 0.46 Supper Memphis [[checkmark]] 0.50 Room, Memphis, Tenn [[checkmark]] 4.00 Service car [[checkmark]] 4.96 Memphis overnight [[checkmark]] June 2 Gas Little Rock 9.8 [[checkmark]] 2.65 Breakfast Memphis [[checkmark]] 0.61 Lunch Arkadelphia [[checkmark]] 0.46 Supper Dallas, [[checkmark]] 0.90 Gas, Texarkana 5.6 [[checkmark]] 1.40 Room Dallas, Texas [[checkmark]] 4.00 Dallas overnight [[checkmark]] June 3 0.65 Breakfast & Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.54 Gas Fort Worth 13.4 [[checkmark]] 3.07 Gas & oil Anson, Texas 9.8 [[checkmark]] 2.69 Phone call [[checkmark]] 0.90 Gas Hobbs 10 [[checkmark]] 2.64 Arrived Carlsbad 5:30 P. M. [[left margin]] 36.43 [[/left margin]] [[checkmark]] June 4 Gas 11.4 oil Mayhill [[checkmark]] 3.30 Lunch Alamogordo [[checkmark]] 0.97 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.10
[[stamped]] 0115 [[/stamped]] [[checkmark]] June 4 cont'd Lodging 4 nights Alamogordo [[checkmark]] 14.00 Left Carlsbad 8:00 A.M. arrived Alamogordo at 11:30 A.M. Afternoon collected Sly Gap and Caballero in Canyon 3 miles due east of School for blind over N edge of Alamogordo. Road goes due east to mouth of canyon. [[checkmark]] June 5 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.70 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.00 Collected Devonian and Mississippian on saddle between Marble Canyon and first branch south. [[checkmark]] June 6 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.75 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.90 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.10 Unsuccessful attempt to get Captol Peak [[checkmark]] June 7 Grease car, repair motor [[checkmark]] 7.05 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.75 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.71 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.10 Went over to Sly Gap. [[checkmark]] June 8 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.71 Gas Derning, N. Mex. [[checkmark]] 2.43 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.71 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.71
[[stamped]] 0116 [[/stamped]] June 9 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.72 Tire repair [[checkmark]] 0.61 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.72 Water bag [[checkmark]] 1.79 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.27 Spent day 4 miles east of Santa Rita and 1/4 - 3/4 miles N of road. Exposures north of ones collected in 1946 have few fossils. June 10 Breakfast 0.66 Gas 10.2 Silver City [[checkmark]] 2.81 Lunch 0.47 Supper 1.70 83 Lake Valley - locality 1.7 miles by road NW of Lake Valley. [[image - map of area, showing "U" shaped road between localities marked by an asterisk, the northern locality labeled "Park" and the southern locality across road from the settlement of Lake Valley. The main road has a right angled bend at the settlement. A secondary road, indicated by dashed lines, divided Lake Valley. The distance between the localities is shown by an double arrow, labeled 1.7 miles. Topography shown by hatch marks indicating a mesa with two smaller mesas on the north end. Hatched area between small mesas labelled "Saddle Collecting". In the left margin, the word "Hill" appears.]]
[[stamped]] 0117 [[/stamped]] [[checkmark]] June 11. Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.71 Lunch 0.36 Supper Gas 12.4 Silver City [[checkmark]] 3.42 Freight one box [[checkmark]] 6.30 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.70 Room 6/8 thru 6/11 [[checkmark]] 10.20 Revisited Georgetown. Collected good Lake Valley on N side Canyon at about point where massive layers plunge under Canyon floor. Sent off one box from Silver City consisting of Dev. & Miss. [[checkmark]] June 12 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.66 Room Doubles 2 nights [[checkmark]] 5.00 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.60 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.60 Rasp, hammer handle, 2 chisels [[checkmark]] 2.10 Found small hillock east of Glance without trouble It is about 0.1 - 0.2 mile east of US. 80. It is 12.7 miles by road west of Douglas underpass on west side of town. Locality 0.4 miles from N end largest Knob.
[[stamped]] 0118 [[/stamped]] [[checkmark]] June 13 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.70 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.35 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.50 Wheel change [[checkmark]] 0.30 Visited hill 12.7 miles N 75[[degree symbol]] W of Douglas smelter and collected there all day. [[margin vertical]] Check June 11 [[checkmark]] Wire $1.00 [[/margin vertical]] [[checkmark]] June 14 Breakfast 0.75 Lunch 0.86 Supper 1.75 Gas Bisbee 12.1 [[checkmark]] 3.28 Ship 2 boxes [[checkmark]] 16.66 Rivet rucksack [[checkmark]] 0.25 Room, Douglas 1 night [[checkmark]] 2.50 Brachiopods occur in north hill and north end of next hill south They seem to be confined to a zone of organic (now silicified) sand in a blue gray matrix. This zone occurs along the east face of the hill just above the talus. Brachs also appear just under the sandy zone. Sandy zone contains crescent shaped plicated oysters, small indistil[[guess]] and occasional echinoids. Brachs range for 20 feet above "sandy" bed and 5'? feet below it making a total range of feet. Sandy zone well displayed in long sloping north and of north hill where limestone descends below the plain. Brachs uncommon at north end of hill. Brachs are most numerous at the saddle between the north hill and the one next south
[[stamped]] 0119 [[/stamped]] which exposes higher beds except along the NE face where some brachiopods may be found. At the saddle the brachs range for about 15 - 20' vertically. Here the beds above the sandy layers are a mass of corals, sponges and algae with a few pelecypods scattered among them cl in these upper beds the [[?]] are less numerous than below. The sandy beds occupy the most of the saddle and contain some brachs But just under the sandy beds are biohermal beds abounding brachs, beds some 5' thick. This is a total range of brachs of about 20 - 25'. Travellers cheques to June 15. $10# $20 A50, 792, 504 B43, 545, 322 A50, 792, 505 B43, 545, 23 A50, 792, 506 B43, 545, 24 A50, 792, 507 B43, 545, 25 A50, 792, 508 B43, 545, 26 A50, 792, 509 A50, 792, 510 A50, 792, 511 A50, 792, 512 A50, 792, 513
[[stamped]] 0120 [[/stamped]] June 15 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.75 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.60 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.00 Gas Deming 8.6 [[checkmark]] 2.32 Service car, Gas 6.9 gal. El Paso [[checkmark]] 4.86 Moved from Douglas, Ariz to El Paso. June 16. Remember Bill Strain to Al. Breakfast 0.75 Lunch 1.05 Supper 1.00 Spent morning at El Paso with L. A. Nelson. Afternoon collecting? June 17. Breakfast} 1.25 Lunch } Lodging 3 nights El Paso 10.50 June 18 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.75 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.90 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.25 Gas 9 gals. Van Horn [[checkmark]] 2.34 Purchase generator [[checkmark]] 25.00 Rock hammer & handle [[checkmark]] 2.50 Packing supplies [[checkmark]] 6.27 Laundry [[checkmark]] 2.07 New generator put on in El Paso
[[stamped]] 0121 [[/stamped]] [[checkmark]] June 19 Breakfast 0.80 Lunch 0.75 Supper 1.25 Threatened rain all day. Morning worked on Wead[[guess]] Mtns. in Hess fm. Collecting and results poor. Afternoon collected 702c. Took about 12 blocks. Box 1 - 702c 7 blocks ? Box 2 - 702c 4 " [[ditto for: blocks]]. [[checkmark]] June 20 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.80 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.25 Supper [[checkmark]] 0.90 Telegram to A. R. Loeblich [[checkmark]] 0.98 Gas 8.3 gals Marathon [[checkmark]] 2.15 Collected at Split Tank all morning and at Word Ranch (703D) in afternoon. Packed 3 boxes. Boxes 3 - 5. Contain 2 block 702c, all [[strikethrough]] of [[/strikethrough]] but 1 of 702 (un), all 702 ent and some 703D. 702G must be changed to 0.3 - 0.4 miles east of Split Tank on south side of road. [[checkmark]] June 21 Breakfast 0.80 lunch 0.40 Supper 1.25 [[strikethrough]] Gas [[/strikethrough]] Worked 0.4 mile east of Split Tank and at Word Ranch. Packed 4 boxes.
[[stamped]] 0122 [[/stamped]] Boxes from Marathon Box 54 1 281 2 221 3 266 4 259 5 319 6 192 7 244 8 248 9 220 10 250 11 259 ___________________________ 12(Block) 83 2759 13. Block 180 14 Block 100 15 Block 105 3022 16 Block 108 17 Block 192 ___________________________ 768 768 _____ 3527 [[right margin]] 11) 2759 250. 22 --- 55 55 --- 9 [[/right margin]]
[[stamped]] 0136 [[/stamped]] Topmost beds Spring Creek ---------| 15' | Hard massive with square Opikina & Receptaculites ---------| 33' |} Bryozoan coquina ---------|} I 13' |} Platy ls. crowded with Strophomena. ---------| 44' H| Shaly platy ls with Strophomena Campylorthis, Hesperorthis. +| G| Base shaly beds with Hesperorthis ---------|------- | Massive ledges forming dip slope on N side main dam | contain Recps., Sowerbyella, Campylerthis[[?]] obesa. ---------|
[[stamped]] 0137 [[/stamped]] July 10 cont'd Supper [[checkmark]] 1.12 Express boxes from Washington [[checkmark]] $11.76 Nails [[checkmark]] 0.75 Gas 8.6 gals. [[checkmark]] 2.14 Plectotrophia [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] 7 & & 8 - 2N - 12W. Comanche County, Oklahoma 15' above base of Fort Sill (Stratigraphically) just above Chariocephalus zone. Send Frederickson block of Plectotrophia limestone. Wetimka NW 1/4 NE 1/4 18 - 3N - 7E go to just N Ahloso, 1 3/4 mi E on sect. line __________________________________ Penn. loc. NE 1/4 SW 1/4 32 - 3S - 4E, Johnston Co., Okla. roughly 10 miles WNW of Ravia. July 9th. ============================
[[stamped]] 0138 [[/stamped]] [[checkmark]] July 11. Breakfast [[checkmark]] 1.02 Lunch 72914 [[checkmark]] 0.79 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.12 Write proposition of exchange to L.A. Nelson Wetumka shale 1.95 miles E of Oklahoma 3, Between 0.05 and 0.1 miles E of Pipeline Gas 10.7 gals 1 qt oil [[checkmark]] 2.77 72971 [[checkmark]] July 12 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.87 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.45 Boxes [[circled]] 1 [[/circled]] 240 2 214 3 226 --- 680 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.83 Freight 3 boxes [[checkmark]] 23.81 July 13. Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.97 Lunch 4.83 [[checkmark]] 0.74 Supper [[checkmark]] 1.12 Hotel 9 nights Sulphur[[?]] [[crossed out]] 27.45 [[/cross out]] [[checkmark]] 27.54]]
[[stamped]] 0139 [[/stamped]] July 13 Rock Crossing Reference point in Deckers section is Ischadites bed which occurs on inside of loop of stream and only bed there. It is about 30 - 35' below multicostella. [[image - pencil drawing of site]]. Below multicostella the beds are predominantly siltstone, often very thin bedded ss and calareous ss or siltstone. Fossils occur in this sequence but are not common and Deckers Zones 1 = 11 paces, zone 2 = 19, zone 3 = 43, zone 4 = 11 Zone 1 - contains Valconrea magna, Wide hinged Opikina minnesotensis, large strophomena. I saw no Doleroides in this zone. Sowerbyella is common. Zone 2 - This contains Oxoplecia Hesperorthis and Doleroides, I think these two zones (1 & 2) could be combined into one zone. Zone 3 - Contains mostly trilobite fragments particularly lonchodomas which is abundant in lower part. [[strikethrough]] Zone 4 [[/strikethrough]]
[[stamped]] 0140 [[/stamped]] Zone 4 - Base of this zone contains the small Strophomena also seen above Multicostella at Spring Creek. It is composed of beds of Calcarenite and rough appearing limestone alternating with Criner type of calcilutyte. Ham F 564 - 1900' E [[strikethrough]] of [[/strikethrough]] and 1600' N of SW cor 30 - 1S - 1W, [[strikethrough]] Carte [[/striekthrough]] Murray Co., Okla. Mid. West Spring Creek
[[stamped]] 0141 [[/stamped]] July 14 Breakfast 1.07 Gas Ponca City 11.9 [[checkmark]] 2.98 Lunch 0.47 Supper 0.97 Service car, pack front wheels gas 8 gals [[checkmark]] 6.82 Freight one box Arkansas City [[checkmark]] 7.69 July 15 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.56 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.61 Supper [[checkmark]] 0.50 Gas: Ohawa, Kans 12.3 [[checkmark]] 2.88 Lodging Coffeyville [[checkmark]] 6.00 July 16 - Breakfast 0.66 Lunch 0.44 Send R. C. M. Dictyodostus welleir July 17. Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.66 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.49 Paraffin 6 pounds. [[checkmark]] 0.94 Supper [[checkmark]] 0.69 Freight one box (Lawrence) [[checkmark]] 5.64
[[stamped]] 0142 [[/stamped]] June 18 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.80 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.52 Supper [[checkmark]] 0.77 July 19. Breakfast 0.74 Lunch 0.56 Supper 1.89 0.59 Laundry [[checkmark]] 1.26 July 20. Breakfast 0.66 Lunch 0.46 Supper 3.02 1.90 July 21 Breakfast 0.50 Lunch 191 0.72 Supper 0.69 July 22 Breakfast 0.56 Lunch 0.51 Supper 0.61 North American Hotel July 23 Breakfast 0.66 Hotel 8 nights Lawrence [[checkmark]] 24.00 299 66 --- 3.62 Gas OHawa 7.8 gals. [[checkmark]] 1.84 Lunch OHawa]] 0.56 Supper 2.40 Lodging, Jeff City 3.83
[[stamped]] 0143 [[/stamped]] July 21 1.0 mi. E & 0.9 mi. N of Eudora [[sketch of geologic column]] --------| | Stoner ls. (Echinoconchus) --------| | Eudora gray & blk shale --------| | Captain Creek ls. with Enteletes --------| [[/sketch]] Bonner Sprs. [[sketch of geologic column]] | | Plattsburg ls. --------| | Wyandotte ls. with pellet (4') bed containing mollusks. --------| [[/sketch]] W end Muncie Bluffs W of KC [[margin]] {Argentine } "Iola" = { } Wyandotte {Frisbee member } Lane Sh = {Argentine Frisbie member} Wyandotte [[/margin]] --------| | Raytown } --------| Bl. sh | Muncie Creek sh. } Iola --------| | Paola ls } --------| | [[strikethrough]] Muncie shale [[/strikethrough]] Chanute shale --------| | Drum (or Cement City member) --------| | [[strikethrough]] Westerville sh [[/strikethrough]] Anivera sh. | [[Anivera most likely the Quivira sh.]] --------| | Westerville ls. --------| | Fontana sh --------| | [[/sketch]]
[[stamped]] 0144 [[/stamped]] July 29. Breakfast 0.55 Lunch 0.65 Gas. Tip. 0.25 Bridge Toll Wheeling, W Va 0.25 Supper 2.00 July 30. Sly Gap (Type locality) [[written over following two lines in center of page]] 2.00 28 1.20 [[solid line]] 3.40 [[/written over]] Log from windmill in Sly gap to Rhodes pass road (N. Mex. 52) Windmill in Gap. 94.6 fork to Greer Ranch 97.0 to N - S road 99.0 South to Bench Mark 411 } 7 } 8 at Jackson Ranch 103.3 Jackson Ranch to. Rhodes Pass (N. Mex Hy 52) junction 110.0
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[[stamped]] 0403 [[/stamped]] 1952 SM672 for ticket SM 673 for Pullman Mr. Weergaard [[line across page]] July 9 Arrived Tulsa, Okla. Wednesday morning 8:30 A.M. Left Tulsa for Adair, Okla about 10:00 A.M. Collected east of Adair in Fayetteville shale. Locality reached by going 4.3 miles east of Adair on Okla 28, Then turn south. Follow road south for 2 miles to first cross-road. Go east about one mile. Walk south-southeast 1/4 mile to low scarp. Collecting along east and south faces. This puts the locality in the N 1/2 of section 7-T22N, R20E. Check on road map. July 10 Went out east of Muskogee for day. Collected east of Fort Gibson in the Mayes. Go east on US 62 for 6 1/2 miles and turn south in middle of section 12 and follow road
[[stamped]] 0404 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 2 [[/circled]] [[left margin, vertical]] Check [[/left margin]] to sharp bend just over bridge, from bend road goes east for about one mile to collecting place which is where road starts up hill. This puts locality just on the north side of the section line opposite the Muskogee-Cherokee County line in Cherokee County. Bowskee gives locality as NE 1/4 NW 1/4 18-15 N-21E. The locality should be near line between sections 7 and 18-15N-21E. July 12 In morning collected a few minutes about 2.3 miles west of Putnam on knob of Putnam formation. New US Hwy 80 runs on south side of knob. At Baird walked railroad from 1-2 miles NW of Baird looking for Permian fossils. Found very few. Went south to Ballinger to collect in R.C. Moore's Colorado River area. Went first to 9843 east of the Colorado River. Here about 1/2 mile down a small
[[stamped]] 0405 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 3 [[/circled]] Creek a section of 20 - 30' appears in a bend of the Creek. At the base [[underlined]] Meekella inexicana [[/underlined]] is abundant in a single band about a foot thick. It is accompanied by a distyoclostid of moderate size. In the limestone a few feet above [[underlined]] Meekella [[/underlined]] the dictyoclostid is larger than below and may be another species. In the uppermost exposed limestones nearer the head of the Creek the distyoclostids are silicified. Moore's locality 9857 is on the roadside on top of the river bluff. Here limy shale and limestone contain large dictyoclostid in abundance, many of them with the ears and both valves clean. Along with the dictyoclostid occurs a Heteralosia-like brachiopod. Little else besides [[underlined]] Myalina [[/underlined]] was seen.
[[stamped]] 0406 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 4 [[/circled]] July 14 - Flat in morning. Went to call on Mr. Wallace Pratt, then went to mouth of McKittrick Canyon to collect Lamar ls. Collecting place about 0.3 mile N 80° E of Section [[left margin]] 738 [[/left margin]] Twelve well just east of entrance to McKittrick Canyon. Took 9 blocks Lamar here is platy dark limestone The fossils occur in lenticular swellings of the limestone July 15 [[margin]] 732 [[/margin]] First locality Getaway ls just south of road 1/2 mile west of bend at elevation 5316, marked Get Jy 1552 [[margin]] Newell 512 [[/margin]] Second locality base of limestone ca 0.4 mile S of road and about 1/2 mile west of road bend at 5316. Just S of last 5 in Guadalupe Pass. Get Jy 1552 F 2 [[margin]] 733 [[/margin]] Jy 1552 F 3 - Hegler Ranch. About 1/4 mile S 55[[degree symbol]] W of ranch house up small canyon. Newell 398 F 4 Jy 1552 Mid Pinery about 1/2 mile S of Hegler Ranch
[[stamped]] 0407 [[/stamped]] [[margin, circled]] 5 [[/margin]] [[margin]] 735 [[/margin]] F5 Jy 1552 about 100 yards S of F3 Jy 1552 [[margin]] 736 [[/margin]] F6 Jy 1552 About one mile N of Heglar Ranch. Pinery July 16 [[margin]]737a[[/margin]] Went to Big Canyon. Collected crack-out Capitan with many [[underlined]] Squamularia [[/underlined]] and Martinia on spur on north side of canyon about 1000 feet above canyon. [[margin]]737[[/margin]] Left hill about 12:30 and went into mouth of canyon and took 5 blocks out of massive Lamar limestone. Blocks [[margin - indicating toward "Getway Newell"]] includes 2 blocks from loc600=Jy1552 [[/margin]] Lamar McKittrick 9 Getaway Newell 512 12 Getaway Jy 1552 2 Hegler Ranch Mid Pinery 4 Hegler Ranch Pinery F6 4 Big Canyon Lamar Jy 16 5 --- 36 Locality for Crackout Lamar - My collection from McKittrick Canyon is Rader
[[stamped]] 0408 [[/stamped]] Jy 16 - North side Big Canyon about 6100' elevation on southeast spur of Lonesome Ridge, Carlsbad Caverns West [[square]], N. Mex - Texas. Jy 16 blocks about 1/4 mile from mouth of Big Canyon on northeast side, Carlsbad Caverns West [[square]], N. Mex - Texas.
[[stamped]] 0409 [[/stamped]] July 17 Shipped 2680 pounds from Carlsbad. July 21 Met Madelaine Caraway in Hillsboro. July 22 Mud Springs Mtns. [[sketch of geologic column]] | Pennsylvanian --------| 5' +- | cobbly ls. with Pennsylvanian fossils --------| 5' +- | Bright green shale --------| 40 - | nodules and nodular layers in bands. Nervostrophia, Thomasaria 45' | --------| 20' | Yellow to brown weathering nodular shale | Abundant scattered Atrypa, Schizophoria, and Leiorhynchus. --------| 15' | Yellow - weathering nodular shale with large Atrypa and many crinoid | stems. Fossils numerous Sphaerispongia at top. --------| | Silurian [[/sketch]]
[[stamped]] 0410 [[/stamped]] July 23. Went 4 miles easy of Derry, N.M. on a good road up to Flourite mines in Caballo Mtns. Mines called Nacky-A, owned by a Mr. Lucini. About 1/2 mile E of mines and at base of hills in washes in the fan were seen some 20 - 30' of gray shale weathering red or yellow and abounding in fossils. Martinia is common but a large Atrypa was abundant below this. yellow shales contains large [[underlined]] Schizophoria [[/underlined]]. The fossils, except for Martinia, reminded me of the lower 25 - 30' of beds seen in Mud Springs Mtns. At the mines, some Devonian shale was thrown out. This produced large Martinia and Atrypa but also Hypothyridina. The beds seem clearly to be Sly Gap.
[[stamped]] 0411 [[/stamped]] July 25 Collected Sly Gap in Indian Wells Canyon. Looked for small Gypidula which occurs about 15" above base at first exposures seen. It occurs in a thin yellowish hard band about one foot below a triple or double tier of hard beds. It occurs with Thomasaria and Acutathera
[[stamped]] 0412 [[/stamped]] July 25 Visited Canyon of Horse Camp reached 18 miles S of Alamogordo, 7 miles S of Valmont, then go east about 13 miles to Horse Camp. About 3 miles ENE of Horse Camp in arroyo just W of road and about 20 - 40' below Abo contact is ledge of limestone abounding in small brachiopods particularly cryptacanthia (or Glossothyropsis). This would be about the highest Pennsylvanian in this canyon although green Abo-type sandstone occurs about 50' below the fossil ledge. Just above the Cryptacanthia ledge occurs a layer abounding in Kozlowskia. Just about 1/2 mile west of the Horse Camp is a knob with a prominent ledge of [[margin]] Jy 25' [[/margin]] limestone containing abundant snails and some productids, the latter mostly crushed. Pictures 1-3 - Guadalupe 4 - Percha at Bear Mtn 5 - Indian Wells Canyon from City 6 - Indian Wells Reef 7 - Indian Wells Reef 8 - Indian Wells Devonian 9 - Indian Wells Devonian 10 - Cryptacanthia ledge 11 - Dev. Rhodes Pass. 12 - Salinas Peak, San Andres Mtns.
[[stamped]] 0413 [[/stamped]] Air Provost Marshall who gave permission to go to Rhodes Pass is Major William J. Haynor. Cooper write. Holloman Air Base, Alamogordo, N. Mex. Thank Haynor on behalf of Bowsher, Allen & self. Captain Bernard N. Hayen, Base Supply Officer, Holloman Air Base. Thank for services in crating fossils to Washington. Include personnel. See Hulbert, Okla [[drawing of square]], 15' sheet for localities for Mayes & Fayetteville east of Fort Gibson, Okla. 2nd Roll - 1. Derbyia bed 3.1 miles S. of Dexter, Kans. From Ponca City to Kansas. 3.1 miles S of Dexter new cut on Kans. Hwy 15, 3.1 miles south of Dexter. Derbyias occur just above red shales. Went on US 160 east from Burden to Grenola. 1 1/4 mi E of Burden RR cut & hy cut with Derbyia abundant. No collecting between Burden and Cambridge. 6.1 miles east of Cambridge cut at top of hill overlooking a wide valley. Here pelecypods were common. On both sides of highway at 6.3 miles E of Cambridge shales contain large Dictyclostus, Meekella etc. This locality is 0.1 mile west of the Cowley-Elk Co. line. One mile East of Elk County line occurred a cut on the US 160 abounding Leioproductus. 2 miles E of the county line another cut contains abundant Crnithrysis[[guess]]. Collected on Cowley-Elk
[[stamped]] 0414 [[/stamped]] August 1. Qy. 1/2 mile NE of Burbank. Collection made in south end of quarry located on south arroyo leading into Salt Creek. The quarry in which we collected is about 0.4 mile south of US 60. This puts quarry in SW 1/4 SE 25 - 26N - 5E. Labels should be corrected. The horizon seems to be Red Eagle ls. which is thicker than hitherto believed Collected on Santa Fe RR. 2 miles NW of Fairfax in SW 1/4 NE 2 - 24N - 5E. Here shale is overlain by 3 ledges of limestone abounding in Fusulines. The shales abound in fossils, Spirifer being very abundant. This section is probably Foraker also.
1 [[stamped upside down]] 0568 [[/stamped upside down]] 1939 May 2 Left Washington by train to join J. Bridge in Bristol, Va. Drove to Knoxville on same evening. May 3. Drove from Knoxville to Chattanooga Saw Fort Payne, Chester limestones and Pennsylvanian on north nose of Lookout Mtn. at Chattanooga. Took US 11 to Birmingham. Just W. of Chattanooga on W side Lookout Mtn. under R R bridge saw Chattanooga, then Silurian, Richmond and Trenton. Trenton & Richmond shows all on down the Georgia strip of Hy 11. According to Mr. Butts an excellent section up to the Silurian is exposed NW. of Collinsville, Alabama. May 4 Stopped on US. Hy 31 at crossing with Cahaba Valley Creek, 3 mi N. of Pelham, NW 1/4 6 - 20S - 2W, outcrop of Newala ls. blue gray weathering, sub-lithographcals. Ceratopea under bridge, large cephs with central siplumele, Polytoechia, and propylina, lioranotoma [[left margin]] [[?]]led [[/left margin]] 0.2 mile south of Pratt Ferry where old road turns off west from new road above Lenoir occurs 10 - 12' Whitesburg. Lower 8 - 10'
2 [[stamped]] 0569 [[/stamped]] consists of granular brown limestone with many fossils, in beds 1" - 4" [[left margin]] 479 [[/left margin]] thick. Upper 2 to 4 feet or perhaps more consists of smooth dark gray bituminous limestone with similar fossils as those below. These [[strikethrough]] l [[/strikethrough]] upper limestones interfringe with the Athens overlying it. Athens has many graptolites. Good place to collect them. The Lenoir limestone is exposed from the bridge over Cahaba River up the hill for a little less than 0.2 mile. 152 paces down road ^[[from Whitesburg]] Christiania was taken in Loose block of Lenoir. Probably not far out of place. Lenoir N 68° E 25° - 30° SE. Dip & strike taken at Christiania boulder. This genus must be about 100' below Whitesburg. Under bridge at Six Mile is good outcrop of Ketona dolomite light gray dark weathering, and massive. The fine-grained limestone at top of Athens is exposed for 1800' along road to west.
3 [[stamped]] 0570 [[/stamped]] May 5 Saw Conasauga and Briarfield in Montevallo and along creek flowing through town. On Ala Hy. 25, near ^[[3/4 mi. E. of]] Newala [[strikethrough]] station [[/strikethrough]] P.O. [[left margin]] NE 1/4 5, 24N - 13E [[/left margin]] road and RR cut in Athens shale. Going east from Montevallo passed through & then first bluff was [[strikethrough]] Chepall [[/strikethrough]] Copper Ridge. Then Canadian limestone & chert. 500 feet of Lenoir are [[strikethrough]] expos [[/strikethrough]] present but not well exposed. Athens black shale with many groptolites overlain by about 15" - 18" of Frog Mt. SS. The ss is overlain by Fort Payne chert SS. dips about east. 8°. Mr. Butts thinks the ss. may be Onondaga At Calera turned N on US. 31. Lenoir exposed west of road across RR. at Alabaster. Athens occurs in ditch just over RR. and Little Oak appears above the Athens in ridge east of the highway. Just S of road to west Floyd sh is exposed on R.R. track. Just S of turn to west in Alabaster and on east side of US. 31 occurs a large cut in the Athens shale. At RR bridge in S. edge of Pelhem excellent locality of Little Oak. Bluish banded ls.
4 [[stamped]] 0571 [[/stamped]] with thin bands of chert and nodules of chert. Fort Payne Chert overlies the Little Oak. [[margin]] 480 [[/margin]] In field about 1/2 miles North of this R. R. bridge and on west side of Hy 31, on a knoll about 100 yds west of Hy. occur loose Little Oak fossils. Little Oak fossils occur in much of the debris washed down from the slope of the ridge. [[margin]] 481 [[/margin]] About mile south of Cahaba Valley Creek is a large quarry in The Little Oak. Here is it hard bluish, very massive limestone with thin layers of chert. Fossils occur in the debris stripped from the limestone. The Blumeria buttsi is abundant in a zone about 10' thick which occurs about 30 feet below the top of the Little Oak. [[margin]] 482 [[/margin]] Bridge took picture of Newala cepholopod 250 - 300 feet below top of Newala. This is also horizon of Polytoechia fillistirata Along R R east of Leeds where trestle of Georgia Central crosses US 78 is a cut showing Frog Mtn ss., 3' of Chattanooga altered to red shale and overlain by Fort Payne chert. In ridge to north the Little Oak underlies the Fort Payne
5 [[stamped]] 0572 [[/stamped]] May 6 Cox Gap N35E55°SE Devonian [[images-two labeled sketches of rock bed sequences]] A - about 3' hard blue gray ss. B - 25 feet long in outcrop (20') sandy dark greenish very fine grained shaly weakening ss. C - 2 1/2 - 3' of Chattanooga shale. D - Fort Payne (New Providence) B. Lower half of B breaks into fine grained dark shaly rock upper half sandier with heavier sandy beds about a foot thick. Upper half contained Tropidoleptus. Hamilton dips N35E55°SE A'[[#?]]14 paces alternating sandy shale & ss is in thin beds up to 3" for the ss. At base is 12" of hard coarse, conglomeratic ss; followed by 2 1/2' soft ss then another foot of conglomerate [[image-labeled sketch of rock bed sequence]] At top just under A occur Orthis flabellites and other Silurian fossils
6 [[stamped]] 0573 [[/stamped]] First trip in morning went 1/2 mile east of Odenville to old borrow pit on north side of R. R. The fossils were from upper Odenville. Rogland Qy. 1 1/2 mi SE of Rogland [[sketch of geologic column in left margin]] Fort Payne | -----------| | 35' | | -----------| ===========| E ===========| D ===========| C ===========| B | A | [[/sketch]] A - Little Oak B - 8" - 1' limestone welded to Little Oak. C. Sandy crumbly shale about 3'. D. - Soft sandy [[strikeout]] shale [[/strikeout]] [[insert]] rock [[/insert]] with many corals. 1' E. 3" with Anoplotheca with C. coronates Tropidoleptus occurs also below the Anoplotheca. Above Anoplotheca sandstone [[became or because]] F. harder and with Tropidoleptus very abundant in the lower 5' Fossils rare above 35' [[sketch of road intersection with square representing house at intersection]] Nigger Boarding House [[/sketch]]
7 [[stamped]] 0574 [[/stamped]] May 7 Drove from Lafayette NW to Caltlet Gap up through Knox, Chicamauga, Richmond and Red Mountain (Clinton) Divide is made up of Silurian with thin Chattanooga not far above the road. NW of gap we went down through the tree section onto type Chicamauga which consists of Trenton, Lowville, Lebanon with Pionodemas, underlain by a thin equivalent of Lenoir. Here a fine-grained dark limestone with black ropey chert. The Lenoir is underlain by Mosheim a gray tithographic limestone. The Mosheim is underlain by Murphreesboro here fine-grained thin bedded dark limestone weathering to light gray. Lower Murphreesboro is well exposed on bank of Chicamauga Creek. Contains a large Gonioceras, and many large, smooth ostracods. Knox occurs on opposite side of Creek. at Pond Spring School house Avondale Stone Co. Qy. Saw quarries in Lowville in East Chattanooga. Lowville dark brittle ls., heavy bedded weathering purplish gray. Near top 2 1/2' or more of bentonite. LS. just under bentonite is adhered to chert 2" thick. Fossils under bentonite. Some surfaces mudcracked, ripple-marked. A second bentonite occurs near top of hill
8 [[stamped]] 0575 [[/stamped]] Quarry on Wilson Ave. Collected from top of Lebanon southeast of Chicamauga, Ga. [[left margin]] 490 [[/left margin]] Nodular, thin-bedded ls separated by beds of shale abounding in bryozoa. Rafinesquina, Multicostella, Mimella, Fosifera, Strophomena.
9 [[stamped]] 0576 [[/stamped]] May 8 Tenn. 113 over Signal Mtn. shows beautiful section on west side Walden ridge. The section consists of Pottsville, Pennington, Chester limestones, Fort Payne Chert, 3' of Maury shale 15 feet of Chattanooga shale, Brassfield and Richmond. These exposures are about 5 mi. S of Dunlap. The same sequence occurs on the west slope of the same ridge SE of Pikeville up the mountain to Fraleys Gap. [[left margin]] 495 [[/left margin]] South of Pikeville we collected Ridley limestone along Crystal Creek. Came home from Pikeville via Dayton, Soddy and Daisy Collected Chattanooga fossils on W slope Walden Ridge from upper 6" of shale.
10 [[stamped]] 0577 [[/stamped]] May 9. In morning went east of Chattanooga to Parker Gap on Brainerd Road. One mile east of Parkers Gap and in fields on south side of road exposures and glades of Gaspar limestone. Among other fossils we got Talarocinnus, Paleacis and brachiopods. Fossils are abundant. Riedville - 2 1/2 miles SSE of Riceville and 100 yards east of valley pike occur soft sandy scattered limy shales. [[left margin]] 496 [[/left margin]] dipping S southeast about 30°. These shales lie on top of the Knox and about 120' above the Knox occur many fossils. These were identified as Lenoir. Possibly they are better called Athens.
[[stamped]] 0578 [[/stamped]] 11 May 10 Athens Quad. 650' S40E of RR intersection at qy in NE edge of Athens, bed [[line from bottom of text with note reading "25'-"]] 75' top of Knox. Dip 20°on Knox N45°E [[diagram of geologic column]] Athens? | ------------| |C 10'- ------------| Ls breaking | into small |B-50' +/- cobbles. | ------------| Knox |A ------------| [[/diagram]] 497 B - Isophragma and Valcourea [[?]] about 15' below top of ls. Many bryozoa. 498 C. Sandy yellow shale with with Riceville Rafinesquina, and Christiania. B- is said to be Lenoir [[margin]]497[[/margin]] [[margin]]498[[/margin]]
12 [[stamped]]0579[[/stamped]] 1.9 mi NE of Christianburg [[pencil drawing in left margin]] covered | _________ shale 10'| E _________| ls | __________| sh | ___________ ls | __________ D [[bracketed together far left]] sh | 31' __________ ls to ls [[/bracket together]] ls | __________ sh | __________ ls | ___________ sandy | calcareous| 40' C shale | with Christiana | large Sowerbyella| ___________| 2' | B' ___________| 10 - 12' | B ___________| Bryozoan bed| ?A [[/drawing in left margin]] A - bed with bryozoans like those at quarry in West edge of Athens. B. Sandy shale becoming nodular and limey at top. C. Sandy shale with many Christiania particularly in ^[[insert from below]]499 [[/insert]] a 10' bed about 10' from base. D. Sh with 3 tiers of limestone nodular friable each 1 - 2' thick. E. Yellow sandy shale. The Athens shale appears to be passing over to limestone to the NE. [[^]]499 Friendville Mosheim appears on northwest side of the village, followed by Lenoir with ^[[insert from margin]] 500 [[/insert from margin]]]] [[underlined]] [[Maclurea?]] [[/underlined]]. The Christiania bed shows in the soil and in blocks [[in margin]] 501 [[/in margin]]in place at the corner of the last side street in the southeast side of town. Above the Christiania [[in margin]] 502 [[/in margin]] beds came Multicostella saffordi and [[underlined]] Plestorthis [[/underlined]] and at very top [[in margin]] 503-504 [[/in margin]] 20' comes [[in margin]] 502 [[underlined]] Atelelasma, Bimuria [[/underlined]] [[underlined]]
[[stamped]] 0580 [[/stamped]] 13. The Athens belt at Riceville appears to thicken and finally pass over completely into limestone between Riceville and Friendsville. A good transitional region is that 1.9 mi. NE of Christianburg.
[[stamped]]0581[[/stamped]] 14 May 11 Went north to Maynardville from Knoxville. Stopped on Hy 33 at junction with Flint Creek road. Here we collected from a nodula bed int he O Hosee. Louiville overlies the O Hosee at this place. From here we went to a narrow bend of the road east of Acuff to collect from high O Hosee. Here we got many small dalmanellids Then we collected many Hespervthis from lower Louisville at Little Barren church. Then followed this belt westward to [[strikethrough]]Sharps[[/strikethrough]] Sharps Chapel. At the end of the Sharps Chapel road a full section can be seen from Knox, Murfreesboro, Mosheim and Lowville. Ottosee is absent from this belt. We found Hesperornis low in the Lowville of this section.
[[stamped]] 0582 [[/stamped]] 15 May 12 Went with Lee Collins into southeast side of Knoxville to see Lenoir. Here it is exposed over a large belt chiefly as knobbly, blue gray weathering limestone. When exposed to weather the rock crumbles to small cobbles which contain the fossils when present. Excellent exposures occur along Red Bud Road where upper 10' - 20 ' [[left margin]] 527 [[/left margin]] are exposed. Here occur Bimuria, Atelelosoma, cl sophragma and Christiania. This is essentially the same as the top of the Lenior at Friendsville. Near mouth of Bennett Creek Lenoir is exposed with Bimuria, Atelelasma, Laticura and Christiania. On Farm road (Tenn. 33A), 1.4 miles S of Farm bridge collected from a rotten zone in Tellico. Fossils suggested Whitesburg or Holston species: Multicostella and Cyrtonotella.
[[stamped]] 0583 [[/stamped]] May 13. 16 Visit locality in Fountain City on Brickey places. Behind house near Creek Opoplecia occurs [[left margin]] 512 [[/left margin]] in residual soil with Nidulites. The dip is generally southward. On road north of house good OHosee with many fossils occurs. This dips under the Oxoplesia beds, making them OHosee and not [[left margin]] 511 [[/left margin]] Lenoir as supposed by Moneymaker In afternoon drove over Thorn Hill and Evans Ferry sections
150 .9 ---- 1350
[[stamped]] 0584 [[/stamped]] Whitesburg. The latter is quite thin at this place, not 30 over 10'. In afternoon went northeast on US 11 for about 7 miles to collect Athens with silicified trilobites on the west side of the road. The Athens makes a [[left margin]] 607 [[/left margin]] wide belt here and many silicified specimens are obtainable Later in afternoon collected Whitesburg about 2 1/2 miles southeast of Harrisonburg. Relations to Athens same as other localities.
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[[stamped]] 0585 [[/stamped]] 17. May 14 Collected from beds 1 1/2 miles NE of Long Mountain and 0.4 mile due north of a long arm of Norris Lake on Long Mountain to Tazewell Road. Murfreesboro limestone and Mosheim exposed 0.3 mile NNE of road intersection. These are [[left margin]] 533 [[/left margin]] followed by yellow-weathering shaly limestone with Dolewides, Mimella Rafinesquinia, Strophomena, Sowerbyella. Some distance (70") above this zone occur Rhynchonellids, [[underlined]] Dinosthis [[/underlined]] [[left margin]] 532 [[/left margin]] and [[underlined]] Oligorhynchia. [[/underlined]] This zone was said to be in the Lowville. The entire section above the Mosheim may be Lowville.
[[stamped]] 0586 [[/stamped]] 18 May 14 Section N30[[degree symbol]] W of Eidson, Tenn A - Knox B - Cherty limestone forming slope with red soil and black shale chips. Rhynchonella, Mimella, Dinorthis. 264' C. Cobbly limestone with Dinorthis, Multicostella, Laticrura, Rafinesquina, Oxoplecia, Mimella. 44' D. Alternating limestone and thin seams of shaleylimestone. 229' E. First marble (Holston?) 70' F. Shale Mimella Ottosee 275' G. 2nd marble wedges out 50' 1/2 mile west of road H - Shale with Rafinesquina, Mimella, Multicostella, Strophomena. 135' I 3rd marble. Lower half dark 130' modular ls. Upper half pink marble J. Lowville, lower red and yellow zone 220' Limey zone with Beatricia 220' K - Moccasin about 600' -----------| 600' | K -----------| Lowville | J 440' | -----------|-------| 3rd Marble | I | 130' | | -----------| | 135' | H | -----------| | 50' | G | -----------| |---ottosee 275' | F | -----------| | 70' | E | -----------| | 229' | D | -----------|-------| 44' | C -----------| 264' | B -----------| | A |
[[stamped]] 0587 [[/stamped]] 19 May 15 Shipped 4 kegs from Morristown then went to a point about 2 miles SW of Bulls Gap to see Lenoir, Whitesburg and Athens. Lenoir is cobbly limestone breaking down to glady exposures where frost can get at it. Fossils are scarce. Machurites occurs not far from the bottom. Other fossils seen [[left margin]] 539 [[/left margin]] were Rhynchocansara, Rafinesquina, Hesperorthis, Valcourea and a flat sponge. Lenoir is succeeded abruptly by Whitesburg, a thin-bedded, dark fine-grained to smooth limestone. This breaks down to slabs and pieces. The exposure is mainly of slopes strewn [[left margin]] 540 [[/left margin]] with the fragments. There are about 300 feet of this formation. Fossils are abundant in some of the layers. In afternoon saw the Athens east of Bulls Gap along a stream under the R R about 1/2 miles east of the R R Station. Here it was a limestone in beds up to 6" thick. Higher in the section the Athens is blue-gray calcareoarenaceous shale that weathers to a soft punky rock. Fossils are rare.
[[stamped]] 0588[[/stamped]] 20 Later went to a long railroad out in the Athens one mile south of Otes. Here the Athens is shale and thin bedded limestone. Fossils of a few kinds are common: Multicostella, Calliops, Homotelus, Lonchodomas, Lingula 3 sp. [[in margin]]541[[in margin]]
[[stamped]] 0589 [[/stamped]] 21 May 16 Went on US 11 northeast of Rogersville to see Cambrian and Chepultepec. Between 6 & 7 miles from Rogersville the Chepultepec is well exposed. [[left margin]] 548 [[/left margin]] [[left margin]] 546 [[/left margin]] Finkeluburgia was seen in place Syntrophina was collected in loose chert. In afternoon drove up valley of War Gap Creek to Speers Ferry. The OHosee shale seemed to diminish in thickness. At Marcem Quarry [[left margin]] 556 [[/left margin]] 2 miles west of Gate City the quarry is in the Holston? At top of quarry on N side cherty limestones contain dinorthis, Rhynchocaniara, Sowerbyites and many bryozoa. Below this bed about 20' occurs a shaly layer with many bryozoa. These fossil beds are about 300' above the Knox. Above the fossil beds in the Holston ls? The Holston? is overlain by OHosse with Echinosphaerites. I think this OHosee may equal the yellow shale () that occurs above the third limestone and below the Moccasin at Eidson. If this be so the OHosee at Gate City is a higher bed than that at Eidson
[[stamped]] 0590 [[/stamped]] 22 and the Thorn Hill section The fauna of the cherty beds at Marcem suggests Raymond's Holston at Goodwin Ferry. May 17. Went from Bristol to Cumberland Gap. Went out US 58 421 to Clinchport then took Tennessee 70 from Clinchport to Pattonsville. Along this road is a beautiful exposure [[left margin]] 557 [[/left margin]] of Nolichucky with many trilobites. Saw fine section up Powell Mtn. We went south of Ewing on Tennesee 62 to see the Fenster along 4 mile Creek. We discovered Cambrian fossils in the sole of the thrust. The fenster shows clinton down to Maysville under the E and the lower Knox
[[stamped]] 591 [[/stamped]] 23 May 18 Cut just outside tunnel on SE side Cumberland Gap is an exposure of Brassfield consisting of greenish sandy shale, thin sandstones capped by about 4' sandy limestone. Fossils are very abundant. [[left margin]] 561 [[/left margin]] [[left margin]] 562 [[/left margin]] On other side of tunnell the Maysville is well exposed and on the Hy above the tunnel the Sequatchie or Juniata crops out and here has marine beds in it. At Bottom of hill in Harrogate [[left margin]] 563 [[/left margin]] the Trenton appears with Platy strophia, Hebertella frankfortensis, and Rhynchotrema. The Lowville appears below the Trenton. In afternoon went of Little Sycamore Creek to collect from [[left margin]] 568 [[/left margin]] Lowville. About 20' above a thick marble bed occurs a 10' shaly zone with Mimella, Strophomena Multicostella, Fascifera and Sowerbyella. On US. 58, about 3 miles east of Cumberland Gap village the soil shows glades where upper Black River fossils can be collected Hesperorthis, Rhynchotrema, Sowerbyella, [[left margin]] 575a [[/left margin]] Dalmanella, Strophomena, Pionodema* * Pionodema in Harry Whittington Coll.
[[stamped]] 0592 [[/stamped]] 24 The beds carrying these shells underlie shales that contain ostracods, and Pholidops. May 19 In morning visited yellow branch about 5 miles SE of Rose Hill, Va. Here was an excellent display of Mosheim probably 2 or 300. feet of it. [[left margin]] 577a [[/left margin]] Collected Tetradium cillulosum about 30' below Mosheim and a [[left margin]] 577 [[/left margin]] number of brachiopods below that. Lenoir overlies the Mosheim and contains a few fossils, Lowville with one to two red beds overlies the Lenoir and is about 1000' thick. In afternoon collected lower Trenton along U. S. 58 about 3 1/4 miles east of [[left margin]] 575 [[/left margin]] Cumberland Gap. Here Dalmonella Dinorthis, Sowerbyella were abundant.
[[stamped]] 0593 [[/stamped]] 25 May 20 Went from Cumberland Gap to Gate City and then northeast on Virginia 74. The idea was to find Frigates Hill locality of Raymond. The site of the old Post Office was found. About a mile east of this place we went across Mocassin Creek and searched for fossils in the shales overlying the [[left margin]] 582 [[/left margin]] [[left margin]] 582a [[/left margin]] "Holston". Fossils were not abundant six miles west of Fergates Hill P. O. and on the Hy is another locality that afforded fair collecting. Mimella was common in the lowest beds but higher in the section Dinorthis was abundant. [[left margin]] 581 [[/left margin]] Near .New Bethel Church another collecting ground was found [[left margin]] 580 [[/left margin]] which yielded many Echinosphaerites as well as Strophomena, Mimella, Multicostella, Rafinesquina
[[stamped]]0594[[/stamped]] 26 [[margin]]There is a pencil drawing in the margin of seven rectangles representing the various layers found. Each rectangle has been labelled with what was found[[/margin]] May 21 Porterfield quarry 5 miles east of Saltville, Virginia. Knox is exposed near the office on the quarry grounds but Lenoir appears not far above it. The lower part of the quarry is in Lenoir and is followed by Holston. This Holston is overlaid by Whitesburg followed again by Holston faulted over. The Whitesburg above the Holston occur 3 layers of marble, lenses in the Whitesburg. These are followed by Athens shale. The second Holston mass seems to me to be a typical Paleozoic bioherm with fragmented bryozoa, cystids and crinoids all massed together. To me there seemed to be no fault but the second Holston marble was a reef in the Whitesburg. The beds overlying the reef lens out into the Whitesburg. After collecting at the quarry we studied Ottosee limestone north of Marion and collected Orthorhynchula near the top of the mountain above the Ottosee.
[[stamped]] 0595 [[/stamped]] 27 May 22. Spent all morning packing 8 kegs. In afternoon visited quarries in NE edge of Marion. Here 50' of Mosheim lies on [[margin]] 587 [[/margin]] the Knox and is overlain by 50' of Lenoir, nodular limestone which is shaley in the upper 5 - 10'. This shaley part contains brachiopods suggestive of the Upper Lenoir at Knoxville such as Bimuria and Isophragma. [[margin vertical]] Sowerbyites of lower OHosee must overlie this Lenoir. Note 10/17/43. [[/margin vertical]] Then we went 5 miles west of Marion to see Onondaga chest [[margin]]] 589 [[/margin]] overlying the Ordovician. May 23 Went from Marion northeastward to vicinity of Bland where we visited a small quarry in "Holston ls". This was a very pure crystalline limestone but fossils were not abundant. This quarry is said by Mr.Butts [[margin]] 590 [[/margin]] to be the McNutt Qy mentioned in Raymond and Willards' paper. After lunch in Bland we went down main road to SE and took first left turn to Grayson Farm. Here we [[margin]] 598-598a [[/margin]]
[[stamped]] 0596 [[/stamped]] saw Holston again like that at the McNutt Quarry. Above 28' it came thin-bedded gray granular limestone abounding [[left margin]] 598 [[/left margin]] in Trilobites. This is the Whitesburg limestone. Above the Whitesburg occurs smooth black limestones that weather to ash gray. These belong to [[left margin]] 598-a [[/left margin]] The Athens formation. Above them occurs dark gray OHosee limestone. May 24 In morning went from Salem, Va over Catawba Mt to Catawba Valley. Went west of Catawba Sanatorium about 1 mile. Here we collected from [[left margin]] 599 [[/left margin]] Lenoir. Cystonotella C, Panrorthus C, as small rafinesquinoid like that at Riceville, c. These beds were originally called Holston by E.OU. If not Lenoir they may be Whitesburg because Mr. Butts puts upper part of these in the Whitesburg. Lithologically the lower and upper parts are alike, The Lenoir & Whitesburg together are not over 25'. In afternoon met Bevan in Roanoke then went on to Lexington and visited Whistle
[[stamped]] 0597 [[/stamped]] 29 Creek about 1 1/2 miles NW of the City. Here a thin layer of Mosheim rests on the Knox and a thin Lenoir lies on the Mosheim. Fine specimens of [[left margin]] 601 [[/left margin]] Hesperorthis, Mimella, Multicostella, and Valcourea weather out of the Lenoir. The Holston is enormously thick here, the Whitesburg is thin and the Athens enormously thick. May 25 Visited Whitesburg about 3/4 mile WNW of Lexington. Whitesburg consists of nodular limestone breaking down into slabs & plates. [[left margin]] 602 [[/left margin]] Tribolites common, Oxoplecia and Parastrophina fairly abundant. Suggests Ulrich's Strasburg formation In afternoon came to [[left margin]] 603 [[/left margin]] Harrisonburg by bus in order to permit W[[?]]thington to visit Spring Hill. May 26. Went to collect "Whitesburg" one mile south of Paulington. Here [[left margin]] 605 [[/left margin]] silicified fossils occur in granular lenses in the Athens. O in silicified specimens should be called Athens rather than
[[stamped]] 0598 [[/stamped]] October 18 - 24, 1943 October 15. Reservation and passage to Charlottesville [[checkmark]] 4.83 Oct 18. Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.50 Supper [[checkmark]] 0.70 Salem for lunch, then went on to Tazewell where we refreshed our memories on two sections. Collected good Tetradium from Gratton at North Tazewell and Ancistroshyncha from the Murfreesboro. Had supper in Tazewell and then went on to Lebanon for the night. October 19. Saw section 1/2 to 3/4 mile ENE of Belfast Mill and on south side road. Section shows Wardell with Columnaria about 150 yards S of road and east of large brick house. Just below beds with Columnaria we found a larger Schizambon abundant. Section below Wardell not intelligible to me. Below Wardell are reefy beds 120'. Below these are 35 - 40' coarse ls. which is top of Benbolt. Then below here 30' buff weathering nodular beds of Benbolt (Zero 13), Below these are 20' granular ls, with bryozans, probably Benbolt. Then sparsely chert of ls. of Nedulites beds 150'. Coarse grained, light gray ls 60' Ward Cove. Then in top of Sowerbyites beds. Wardell about 250'. H31A - Smalll washes in Lower OHosee = Benbolt. Contained numerous brachiopods and a few crinoids. Collecting excellent. Beds occur just above Echinosphaerites and are same zone as at H7A. This may be Upper [[double underlined]] Chambersburg [[/double underlined]]
[[stamped]] 0599 [[/stamped]] HIA - Schizambon[[guess]] from Wardell 0.6 miles ENE of Belfast Mills about 150 yds S of road & east of brick house. H2A - About 40' of Blackford with Dinorthis Holdeni, Calliops and a Strophomena at top. This locality on N side road opposite first house, 0.3 mile east of Belfast Mills. H1A & H2A on Saltville [[image - a square]]. H3A - Elk Garden [[image - a square]], SW 1/2 S center sub-quad on loop 1/2 mile S of Rockdell on St.Hy 80. Shaly benbolt - lower OHosee with big Mimella, Oxoplecia etc. H52A-1 - In bed of Moccasin Creek just N of the bridge and about 25' above basal conglomerate of middle Ordovician come red granular limestone with small Rostricella suggesting Mosheim and type Lenoir. Along road east of bridge is a long sequence. First were seen Mimella then came a zone of Dinorthis holdeni with Camerella and large Opikina. Whole is suggestive of Strasburg rather than Blackford = Murfreesboro. This was followed by a bed with Sowerbyites, large Dactylogonia, Din.atavoides. Above this a bed packed with Din.atavoides. Moll Creek [[image-square]] at crossing of Co Hy 67[[strikethrough]]6 [[/strikethrough]]9 over Moccasin Creek, 1.6 miles east of junction with St Hy 74=Co. Hy 613, and about 3/4 mile SSW of [[Turnberry?]]. Breakfast [[check]]0.50 Lunch [[check]]0.42 Supper [[check]]1.00 October 20. Breakfast [[check]]0.50 Lodging (2 nights, Oct.18,19) [[check]]5.00 Supper [[check]]1.40 Lunch 0.30 [[margin vertical]] [[strikethrough]] label on bag should read 696 [[/strikethrough]] These little rhynchonellids were also seen by Cooper & Edmundson on Mendota sheet, 1/3 mile WSW of Russell-Scott Co line paralleling NW-SE segment of Moccasin Crk on St. Hy.74 [[/margin vertical]]
[[stamped]] 0600 [[/stamped]] October 20. South slope of hill on which Hagan School stand, Hilton street. Din. transversa zone contains Stroph. tennesseensis and a Compylorthis. A peculiar Resserella was rare. In Echinosphaerites zone Paleostrophomena occurs. Cooper reports presence also of Oligorhynchia at this horizon. This locality called H26A. H7A - Hilton [[square symbol]] 2 collections. 1. from slope of reentrant on west side hill east of secondary road 1/2 mile due west of Cedar Point school. This was Echinosphaerites zone with Paleostrophomena and other peculiar fossils. This is base of Cooper's Benbolt. Higher (south) along old road at ford comes upper OHosee with large coarse-ribbed Compylorthis, opikuira and Hesperorthis. At base is a cherty bed which separates Benbolt from Wardell. Upper OHosee is Wardell. At top came numerous corals, then the Bower sandy beds and the Moccasin. H30 - on old road about 0.1 mi S of house 1/2 mile SW of New Bethel Church is a reef in upper Wardell, a reef of Stromatocerium and Dystactospongia. On S flank of reef occurs a layer abounding in Columnaria. Look up Coelospira niteus author for Coop. Look up Orthorhynchula stevensi
1.40 .38 .50 2.00 3.80 1.40 5.00 1.50 .92 4.83 1.20 ------ 22.93 12.00 ------ 34.93 2.50 5.00 2.00 3.00 ----- 12.00
[[stamped]] 0601 [[/stamped]] October 21. Went over to Eidson in morning. zone of abundant D. atavoides is about 5' vertical above the zone of abundant Sowerbyites. The latter genus also occurs in the zone of D. atavoides. About 100' below the Dinorthis zone in field to east of highway fossils are fairly common & include a multiplicate Cameralla like C. elliptica, Hesperorthis, Mimella and Murina. This horizon may be close to the murina zone on yellow Branch. Several marbles occur in the Ottosee here. They are reefs without a doubt. Hotel at Kingsport [[checkmark]] 3.00 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.80 Lunch ------ Supper (Morristown) [[checkmark]] 1.20 In the Thorn Hill section Fascifera underlies Pionodema (as it appears in Crytophagmus). This is indicated by position and we saw Fascifera but not Pionodema. Zygospira indicates Witten. Oct. 22 Hotel (Morristown) [[checkmark]] 2.00 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.50 Lunch [[checkmark]] 0.38 At bend 1/4 mile - 1/2 mi. East of Red Hill big development Sowerbyites]beds, with [[Din]] willandi. H13 1/4 mi. E, Beech Grove Ch. occurs Oligophynaliva beds which are above the Sowerbyites H12A The Sowerbyites bed is above S triseptatus bed & this zone may tie close to Echnosphantos zone farther north. Supper Bristol 1.40 [[margin]] Hiskell = Wardell [[/margin]]
Moccassin Witten Bowen Wardell {shaly marble {shale with recaps marble [[L]] O Hosee (Benbolt)Sh with D. willandi Cliffield Mos.
[[stamped]] 0602 [[/stamped]] In Thorn Hill section the lowest shale is called OHosee. This is low OHosee possibly correlative with low beds of OHosee seen farther east. This zone I think is definitely above the Sowerbyella - Din atavoides zone which was not seen in this section. Chesney - not far east of Luttrell on Luttrell (TVA) Quad. On road just east of school and running across school grounds on south side is crumbly nodular limestone with sowerbyites and also Oligorhynchia. This zone thus ties well with the Oligorhynchia zone just west of Thorn Hill and the sowerbyites zone of Red Hill. At Cather place Dinorthis willardi is abundant with the Sowerbyites. October 23. Hotel at Abingdon 2.33 Breakfast " [[ditto for: Abingdon]] 0.70 Lunch 0.15 Supper 1.25 H15A - Burke's Garden [[square symbol]], 1 mile SSE of Sharon Springs on St. Hy 42. and 1 mile due east of Red Oak School High in Athens (125' below top). Contains Echinosphaerites, M. bursa, Orthis, Leptellina. This I think is same bed called OHosee by Butts but high Athens by me at Grayson Farm. Travelled from Abingdon to Christiansburg via Ceres to see Devonian and Whitesburg. Christainsburg for the night.
[[note - left side of paper littered with faint sums and workings out.]] Taxi to RR 0.50 4.83 Oct. 18 0.50 0.70 ------------------- 0.50 Oct. 19 0.42 1.00 ------------------- 0.50 Oct. 20 5.00 Lebanon 0.30 1.40 ------------------- [[Strikethrough]]All the above figures have been crossed out to this point.[[/strikethrough]] Oct. 21 3.00 Kingston 0.80 1.20 ------------------ Morristown 2.00 Oct. 22 0.50 0.38 1.40 ------------------ Abingdon 2.33 0.70 Oct. 23 0.15 1.25 ------------------ 0.85 Christianburg 1.84 Oct. 24 1.40 4.83 ------- 37.78 Taxi to Home .40 ------- Diff in taxi fare, rode 38.78 home on pool. [[note - additional calculation 40.00 38.78 ------- [[strikethrough 2.22 /strikethrough]] 1.22
[[stamped]] 0607 [[/stamped]] July 11. In section at St. Luke Christiania occurred ^[[with Nidulites]] in the interval usually assigned to the Greencastle. and in corresponding beds to those at Lance Mills that contained the Cryptophragmus.
[[stamped]] 0608 [[/stamped]] [[blank page]]
[[stamped]] 0609 [[/stamped]] July 12 Breaf. .65, Lunch 0.40, Supper 2.00 Room Strasburg Junction [[image - pencil diagram in the margin showing 5 geologic layers of varying size. Deep Rectangle at bottom marked Strasburg. Thinner rectangle is empty with 10'A next to it. Then similar sized one with Cystmobella inside and 9' with +- B next to it. Smaller box with 8' marked, C1. Bracket to right marks next and last box - Homotelus written next to line and 40' +-, Cyrtonotella and a double ended arrow going between first cyrtonotella lvl and top, C2. A large bracket spans C1 to C2 and is labelled C. Additional information regarding layers is provided below]] A - Just above Lenoir are 10' of blue gray weathering, but black ls when fresh and suggesting Athens lithology. B - Approximately 9' granular coarse ls, with Cyrtontella and abundant Trilobites. Probably lower part of my silicified horizon. C1 - The next rock for over 100' is nodular, cobbly with shaley partings. In lower 40' or 60' Cyrtonotella is common with many other types suggesting Whitesburg. C2 - Same as below. In all these beds cellanids and Isoteloids are abundant. At 8' from bottom of C Isootelus is abundant, in fact these beds may be Butts' Isootelus bed. B. suggests the Whitesburg interval seen 2 mil S of Harrisonburg. The Strasburg Junction.
[[stamped]] 0610 [[/stamped]] section is like that at Paulington where a thin Whitesburg overlies Lenoir and the Athens slope above or east of the Whitesburg produced Ptychoglyptus and Phragmorthis like the Strasburg Junction section. On July 12 we found several Resserella in the Whitesburg here. Also Resserella occurs in the granular beds of B. We saw Dinorthis like D. transversa in Chambersburg in & for some distance above the Whitesburg interval Section on US 40 W of Hagerstown Nodular beds with Eclimosphae[[?]] and for some 100 feet up, I think correlates with the Corinevithis[[guess]] beds at Marion. In this section at base occurs rock called Kay's Tiger-stripe which suggests Butts Lenoir. This is [[?]]dovo[[?]]ed in with Lowville-type rock - Perhaps Lenoir gives way to Mosheim type rock. This is followed by cobbly shaly rock, Shippedsburg[[guess]] of Kay and this by Nidulites-bearing Chambersburg type rock.
[[stamped]] 0611 [[/stamped]] July 13. Lunch 0.45, Supper 1.50 Room 2 nights Chambersburg & 2 breakfast 3.00 Visited Fort Landen but section too poor to spend much time on it. Section at St. Thomas good. Found Midulites [[underlined]] under [[/underlined]] Cryptophraginus, Stose reports Nidulites as abundant above Cryptophroginus but we were unable to affirm the point After visited Marion cut and worked in Stones River group until rained out. In measuring this section we started the mid-Ord. where the Dolomite ceased. But Stose & Bassler leave 600' of alternating dolomite & limestone beneath Machurites The latter was common in places. Brachiopods were abundant near the middle. The middle cherty zone was very distinctive.
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[[stamped]] 0612 [[/stamped]] July 14 Lunch 0.50, Supper 0.95 In Marion cut Mercessburg limestone begins at top of Cystid which is placed in the Shippensburg. The Greencastle occurs on the west side of the road - RR crossing. In this sequence the Maclurites beds probably equal Ulrich's Strasburg and the up. Stones River could be Valcour, It had Tetradium in it and is overlain by rocks with T. cellulosum These were called Lowville but actually occur below the horizon of Cryptophragmus.
^[[stamped]]0613[[/stamped]] July 15 Breakfast 0.65, Lunch, 0.40, Supper 1.14 Room 2 nights Weisbeden 2.00 1 1/2 mi. SW of Wadesville, 1/4 mile S of St. by 274 [[margin]] [[enboxed]]M Nidielites in dark ls 190' cobbly-weathering[[/enboxed]] [[enboxed]] Siltotone & ls 35'[[/enboxed]]graptolites [[enboxed]] 20' Chaurbeam bring Is ivt Cr Nidulites [[/enboxed] [[enboxed]] 450' lo Athenis type 150'above base is zone of echnicosplanentes [[/eboxed]] [[enboxed]] 60' Leois [[/enboxed]] [[enboxed]] Mosherin 70' [[enboxed]] [[/margin]] Homotelus is 100' below top of Athens. Intercalationes of Chambersburg type of rocks occur in Athens. Cryptophragnus was found about 10' +/- below a silty bed with Revserella. Siltstone at top consists of Siltotone 3' ls 16' Siltsone 8 1/2' Bentorute 1' silica 3/4' Giroanella near top [[this may refer to 60' Lenois in margin]]
[[stamped]] 0614 [[/stamped]] 1/2 mi SE of Rest, 0.4 mi S of W. Va line in Virginia 1/2 east of US 11 on Co. rd. 669 Chambersburg 400' Nidulites within 75' of top and down to 75' above base. Christiana at top. Nids & Lambeophyllum are middle 200'. Echinosphoerites 25 - 50' above base Few intercalations of Athens type in lower 200' Athens zones seldom more than Lenoir 100' Mosheim 140' fine grained ls. Blue ls cobbly under Mosheim 1 mi N of intersection of 607 & St Hy 12, on big bend of Shenandoah R., Warren Co., Va. Sh with ls interval. (black) 118. LS & Sh 70 Black S. & thin sh. 56 Shale thine ls. intercalation 14 Lenoir (granular, fine, cherty) 59' Mosheim 5'
[[stamped]] 0615 [[/stamped]] East side US. 11 at Van Cluse just N of old stone Qy, S. of Stephens City. Martinsburg - sandy ls with Christiania 25' Chambersburg 575' Nodular down to 75' of base and within 5 or 10' of Christiana bed. Lambeophyllum abundant in mid of Nida Siltstone 2'? Lenoir 100' Mosheim 135' Tumbling Rim Brachiopod beds are first nodular, shaly beds above siltstone and contain Oxoplecia, Christiania Sowerbyella Echinosphaentes (low) Dinorthis, Corneorthis.[[guess]] Was unable to identify coarse granular beds at base of nodular zone
[[stamped]] 0616 [[/stamped]] July 16 Breakfast 0.65, Lunch 0.45 Supper 1.25 Room Woodstock 1.00 Strasburg Junction Dinorthis atavoides ^[[Maclurites]] and Sowerbyites occur in RR cut near point of V between diverging tracks just W of switch. The [[strikethrough]] y [[/strikethrough]] Dinorthis occurs with Girvanellas in places. In the ravine fully 100' should be assigned to the interval above the very granular bed. The brachiopods peter out about feet Then comes nodular limestone with less shaly partings but abounding in trilobites & trilobite fragments. Dinorthis occurs for 25' above the point where brachiopods cease to be abundant. A large corineorthis occurred in the top half of the brachiopod (Cyrtonotella) beds.
[[stamped]] 0617 [[/stamped]] Thoms Brook - 1 [[strikethrough]] N [[/strikethrough]] mile N of Thoms Brook This section is duplication of the Tumbling Run section. In the nodular beds on the siltstone occur Cystonotella and higher in section are Dinorthis & Cormeorthis[[guess]] just below Nidulites
[[stamped]] 0618 [[/stamp]] July 17 Lantz Mill Section Breakfast 0.65, Lunch 0.50, Supper 1.65, Lodging Staunton A. Lenoir, black ls weathering into thick slabs with irregular surface. Chert not numerous Weathers blue gray. Small Sowerbyella numerous, Mimella, Multicostella, Ceraurus, Nidulites near top. B - Cobbly limestone with shaly pastings, Homotelus abundant at base but common throughout, Resserella, Opikina abundant at top, Resserella throughout. Corineorthis found here on first visit, July 11. Echinosphaeietes[[?]] near base C - Nidulites beds, cobbly limestone abounding in Christiania at base, Nids throughout, Lambeophyllum in upper half, Strophomera near top with Cryptophragmes[[?]]. The Crypto bed had Nid on adjacent block with it. D. Granular [[insert]] coarse [[/insert]] ls with Pronodema? at base and Columnar at top. Ls contains much vaughanite above lower granular part. Cryptophreg[[?]] in this zone on Strickler place [[sketch of geologic column in left margin]] ------------| Granular | ls. & | Vaughanite | ------------| ____________| cryptoph. | ____________| | C Chirstiania | ------------| Opkina - | Homotelus | B | ------------| Lenoir | A ------------| Mosheim [[/sketch]]
[[stamped]] 0619 [[/stamped]] Strickler place In Vanghanitic ls si [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] specimens of Cryptophragnus were found 400' west of house & 40' N of road. The zone about 10' thick, occurs about 30' below the base of the Martinsburg, here dark shaly, cobbly ls with Oxoplecia Eoplectodonts. 500' West of Lee Jackson Hotel, New Market, Va Doubtful Cryptophragnus near top of Chambersburg in block with Nidulites
[[stamped]] 0620 [[/stamped]] July 18 Room 1.50, Breakfast 0.85 [[margin vertical ]] Div A of Chicamauga Div. B contains Sowerbyites [[/margin vertical]] According to B N. Cooper granular rock in Lenora at Goodwins Ferry was called Holston by Raymond Sowerbyites was found on top of granular beds in cherty ls. See section Bassler's Cement Resources of Va p. 198. At Stanton on Eedge of city on abandoned spur line of Ches & Western R R Lenoir contains great reef of granular Ls called Murat by RSB. cherty ls occurs above & below the granular beds. Cooper says that lithology of Upper Chambersburg at Lantz Mills suggests to Grafton but the coral [[underlined]] Columnaria [[/underlined]] is only known from Wardell and probably the coral is a better means of correlation than the lithology. Thus top of Chambersburg here may be Wardell.
0621 1 mi No of Bessener [[Dark marking over the page]] W Va [[strikethrough]] N 68 [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] | | Edinburgh | | ----------| | | | N.M. | 140' Laminated | | ----------| Whistle | Creek | 30' Machinites ----------| Unlaminated ls | Knox | | | |
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[[in margin, diagram]] graptolite sh. _______________ Nealmont? 70 paces _______________ [[Niduloles 183 paces _______________ Granular 23 paces {11 paces from top NM to siltstone 1'? _______________ N M 102 paces _______________ 10 paces dolomite & ls. _______________ [[/in margin, diagram]] Dip 45° Map of Jefferson Berkeley & Morgan Cos W VA G. P. Grimsey 1918 [[box on bottom right rotated]] Duncan Run just N of W Va line. 1 mi. SE of Ridgeway [[/box on bottom right rotated]]
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[[stamped]] 0622 [[/stamped] 1944 October 20 RR fare Washington to Charlottesville and return 7.94 Pullman (Includes [[bracket]] on fare [[/bracket]] tax .94, pullman .65, tax [[bracket]] on seat [[/bracket]] .10) Supper 1.10 Taxi to R R .30 October 21 Lunch .40 Supper 1.00 This [[strikethrough]] Oct [[/strikethrough]] section visited was on US 11 about 1/2 mi SSW of Tumbling Run at big bend in road. Nidulites beds occur in front of house. Between there and Oranda occurs ls. with numerous snails, Strophomena and Lambeophyllum. The Oranda is 25 - 30' thick and terminates in a bed with numerous Sianites[[guess]]. It is followed by a cuneiform jointed layer BNC says looks like Eggleston. Second stop is 0.4 mi W of Junction US 11 and Va 55 just N of Strasburg. Oranda well exposed nearly vertical. Nidulites beds in field near side road are followed by sparsely fossiliferous, massive ash weathering, blue - grey mottled Camarocladia[[guess]] ls strongly suggesting the Mercersburg ls. Oranda is very similar to that seen at first stop. 3rd stop at Hupp Hill to collect shale with Resserella on roadside This is well down in the Nidulites bed near its middle, probably in upper 100'
[[stamped]] 0623 [[/stamped]] October 22 [[left margin]] 2. [[/left margin]] Lodging 1.00 Breakfast 0.50 Lunch 0.45 Supper 1.10 [[left margin]] Oct 23 [[/left margin]] {Lodging Winchester 1.00 {Breakfast " [[ditto for: Winchester]] 0.50 {Lunch 0.40 Morning spent at Marion Cut. Search for [[underlined]] Dinorthis atavoides [[/underlined]] in beds just under Shippensburg in vain. Concluded all beds down to Lowville are Shippensburg. Searched cherty beds for Strasburg fossils. Found no unique local ones. Did find Cam. longirostris type suggesting chazy. Mosheim at base continued T. syringoporoides. We think it possible that the Maclurites bed are local to this section. Possibly they are lower Strasburg and the Lowville beds between the Shippensburg and Maclurite beds are a facies of upper Strasburg. In afternoon went to cut [[strikethrough]] just [[/strikethrough]] west of Hagerstown, 7 miles. Here the beds just under Shippenburg contain T. cellulosum, small Strophmera and Leperditias just like the same beds at Marion. Below this Lowville are about 400' of limestone with [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] snail-bearing Mosheim at base and peculiar buff gray smooth fracturing ls. in middle. No rock related to Strasburg was seen in this section. Went to Pinesbury to see section along RR. Went into large quarry on S side of RR and here found enormous sequence of Mosheim forming edge of quarry along river
[[stamped]] 0624 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 3 [[/left margin]] side. [[strikethrough]] Knob [[/strikethrough]] We estimated about 300' of limestone below Shippensburg Near middle a few beds with mottled appearance suggested Strasburg ls. but no fossils were seen to prove the point. Here are two section, showing tremendous developments of calcilutytes. with only minor or no developments of Strasburg. The Strasburg may linger laterally into these big masses. Oct. 23. Supper (Harrisonburg) 0.85 First visit Riverton, near Front Royal Mosheim about 30 - 50' and Lenoir of about 15 - 30' but big thickness of [[strikethrough]] Me [[/strikethrough]] Athens. At top occur coarse ss and sand sh. with Diplograptus but also Cryptalithis which may represent thinned representative of Ressechella bed. This puts a good ceiling on the Athens. About 1/2 mile S of Woodstock on US 11, take first road east right next to a large cannery (Grabill Fruit). Go east first house, then go north, thru pasture gate. Oranda formation with limestone below, 200' of which contain Cryptophrogmus[[guess]] at 3 or 4 levels. The lowest bed shows Cryptphrag[[?]] with Midulites. Oranda very fossiliferous.
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[[stamped]] 0625 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 4 [[/left margin]] Last stops of day was at big bend of Shenandoah river where at swings close to US 11. Here about 1 mile north of the bridge at Edinburgh is a dam. Big section including about 60' of Mosheim, 125' of Lenoir here cobbly, much chert, and many fossils. Above come 100' of cobbly black smooth, ash weathering ls with Christiania and many Conneorthis. Above this occur slabby Athens ls. beds, slabby with Nedulites. These mid beds are more like Athens than the Mid beds to the north. [[strikethrough]] Above [[/strikethrough]] The Nidulites beds are about 175' thick. Next follow 100' of heavy bedded ls. with Cryptophragmus common from base of the top 50' to within 15' of top. Cryphophragmus in granular and smooth ls, brachs in granular ls. Top of section is Oranda sandy beds 30' thick with Christiania, Leptelluria, Oxpleria Renschella and others. The Lenoir in this section contains silicified bryozoa and tribbites and is worthy of exploration. Oct. 22 - At Martinsburg on E side [[?]] Mid whites beds of Cham[[?]] rest directly on the rest directly on the vangharite[[guess]] beds of the Lowville (Stones River) limestone or Avery rock.
4.50 21 ------- 450 900 ------ 21|94.50 [[ 94.5 is divided by 21]] [[L shaped line]] 4.5 84 ------ 105 105 ----- 175 250 ------ 425
[[stamped]] 0626 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 5. [[/left margin]] Oct. 24. Look up Butts coll from Siltstone in Wadesville Coll. See also colls. from below siltstone especially the Dionide. Lunch 0.45 Supper (Marion, Va.) 1.30 Lodging (Abington, Va.) 2.50 Went from Charlottesville to Abington, Va. October 25 Breakfast 0.60 Lunch 0.60 Supper 1.25 [strikethrough]] 0.35 [[/strikethrough]] Toll Bridge 0.35 Upper Lenoir at Knoxville may be Ottosee-like facies of Whitesburg. Just W of Strawberry Plains occur good sections of Holston, Sevier, etc. Left Abingdon about 8:00 AM and headed for Mosheim. Visited cut about 1 - 1 1/2 miles west of Mosheim on Southern RR. Here are about 60' of Mosheim resting directly on Knox dolomite. We saw no fossils or channels under the Mosheim. Cooper and Edmundson think this Mosheim has all the characters of the Virginia Mosheim. However we did not see any Tetradium in this formation. Machurites is fairly common in the Mosheim which may be
[[stamped]] 0627 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 6 [[/left margin]] A facies of the Machinites beds of the Lenoir. Above the Mosheim occur 45' of dark to light granular, shaly limestone suggesting Lenoir but we found no fossils that proved it. The granularity of the beds suggested Whitesburg to Cooper and Edmundson. I found what appeared to be a [[underlined]] Glaphurus [[/underlined]] Above the Lenoir or Whitesburg came graptolite shales with thin limestone lenses containing graptolites and also linguloids. Over the first low hill comes dolomite showing a fault to be present. We are not yet sure of the Lenoir age of the limestones above the Mosheim. Lenoir City. Here shaly limestones with cobbly small knots and sandy shale rest directly on dolomite. The lower dolomite of about 5' thick looks like Mosheim but is thinner bedded occurring in layers about 8 - 10" thick. We argued it was not Mosheim and that the Lenoir rests directly on dolomite. The basal Lenoir contains a small rhynchonellid in great abundance. Above this some 25' appeared Maclurites in abundance. The limestone contained many bryozoa and in some respects suggested the 45' at Mosheim but we saw no Maclurites above the Mosheim at that place. It is possible ever the lowest Lenoir = Valcour rather than Crown PT. Down the small stream Lenoir was seen showing several hundred feet of this formation to be present
[[stamped]] 0628 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 7 [[/left margin]] Oct. 26. Breakfast 0.50 Lunch 0.28 Supper 0.60 Visited sections on RR cut about 2 mi NE of Athens courthouse. Exposure not good and mostly of leached sandy shale of a bright yellow to yellow-brown color. Exposure at RR-highway crossing at 948 consisted of sandy - calcareous shale with calcareous nodules. [[underlined]] Lonchodomas [[/underlined]] is abundant. The nodes here suggested Whitesburg to me but the ls is not granular. Second section seen is 2 - 3 miles SE of Charleston Tenn in Henniger Bluff along Hiawasee River where river and highway come close together. Lenoir - exposed at west end of exposures and consists of nodular limestone with calcareous shaly to sandy partinge. We did not see the exact contact with the Knox and we saw no rhynchonellids at the base. The lower 30' - 40' of nodular limestone contained small Glyptorthis, Valcourea and Orthambonites together with numerous bryzoa. The uppermost 20' of Lenoir are quite different from the lower nodular beds in being irregularly bedded somewhat calcareous silty rock with many Chistiania. Athens - overlies Lenoir and consists in lower part calcareous shales weathering to ash gray and having a dark gray color. We saw [[underlined]] no [[/underlined]] black shale in the sequence. Lenticular layers and nodules occur but they are very poorly fossiliferous. They are
[[stamped] 0629 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 8 [[/left margin]] dark brown gray in color and with distinct grain. The very shaly part represents perhaps 1/3 of the total thickness below the Tellico. Above the thin-bedded shale the rock becomes sandier and heavy-bedded and near the top is a very fine-grained sandstone with fucoids. In about the middle of the upper 2/3 occurred nodules with Lonchodomas abundant and like the rock seen in the railroad cut. At the top of the Athens are nodular shaly and granular beds suggesting Ottosee. Tellico - Thick bed of calcarenytes and red as with much ferruginous material. Sevier - Thin-bedded sandstone and calcareous sands looking very much like Martinsburg. T - 8 - About 5 miles SE of Sweetwater on Tenn 68 and 1/2 mile SE of Gaines school is a glade slope in upper Athens. Lonchodomas is common but also a few brachiopods suggesting the upper Lenoir at Friendsville. Section one side SW of Gaines School on Sweetwater [[square symbol]] showes nodular ls beds interbedded with Yellow sandy shale that breaks into very small lumps. Here large Sowerbyites and Christiania are abundant. No Maclurites were seen in any of the Lenoir sequences seen on this day.
[[stamped]] 0630 [[/stamped]] 9 October 27 Breakfast 0.45 Lunch 0.40 Supper 1.15 Lodging (2 nights Athens) 5.00 Lodging (2 nights (Oct 27 - 28, Alhambra) 4.00 Spent entire day at Friendsville. Came in on NW side of village and worked near white ^[[Friends]] church just in front of cemetery on NW corner of town. On road opposite church and in woods just N of church Knox dolomite occurs. Above a short covered interval comes a bed of red and green mottled limestone which Cooper thinks belongs to the red beds at the base of the Blackford. This is followed by another short covered interval, then comes Mosheim. Traced NE these two beds appear in contact at the very NE corner of Friendsville where 4 houses occur in a row and just NW of a school. At this part of town Girvanella beds & Maclurites were seen not far above the Mosheim. Following the Mosheim SW from the church in NW corner of town that limestone occurs on a slope just south of the church and is overlain by crystalline limestone. A loose piece of red limestone (Blackford) occurred below the Mosheim. Below the Mosheim and occupying the slope from the S edge of the cemetery to the stream occur reef limestones with Stromatocerium - like structures, numerous massive bryozoa and lime sand. In spots this has broken down and fossils are abundant. Ptychopleurella, Dactylogonia were common. The whole layout suggests the Valeour reef at Cooperville NY. This material seems definitely to be below the Blackford
[[stamped]] 0631 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 10 [[/left margin]] and above Knox. It may be a swollen reef on the flanks of which Mosheim occurs. Along the creek from the mill upstream shaly limestone with Christiania occurs. The Christiania is abundant in the soil on both sides of the creek. The Lenoir becomes more cobbly upward to the top where it is very cobbly. In the top occur many fossils Plestorthis and Multicostella plena occur about 75' below top. Large Opikina occurs at the top. Above the Lenoir is Holston marble, shaly near top with Multicostella (Check with mine from 8 mi. WNW of London). Above Holston is Tellico and above Tellico is yellow sandy shale containing some marble beds and a specimen of Campylerthis. According to BNC this is upper OHossee. The Campylosthis was a biconvex type like some lower in the OHosee. Cooper (BN.) suggests that the cobbly upper Lenoir may be equal to Larber OHosee (possibly his Ward Cove, possibly the lowest Echinosphaerites beds. The top Lenoir suggests the high Athens seen on the road SE of Sweetwater on Oct. 26. It looks as though the Lenoir completely replaces the Athens and the part replaced would be about the middle,
[[stamped]] 0632 [[/stamped]] [[margin]] 11 [[/margin]] October 28 Breakfast 0.60 Lunch 0.60 Supper 1.40 Section 3/4 mile NE of Friendville along spurs into quarry and hill slopes to north Cobbly ls. to top of Lenoir Cobbly ls with Isophrognia, Plectorthis, Sowerbyella, Lonchodomes[[guess]], Encrinimus 25' Cobbly, more shaly, 1 Christiania, 2 Atelelasma, 3 Bimuria, 4 Paleostrophomena ([[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/striekthrough]] 4 at base, 1 all thru.) 80' [[strikethrough]] covered [[/strikethrough]] Athens like wobbly S with chert in [[strikethrough]] [[?]] Brown weathering wobbly [[/strikethrough]] Upper half Lonchodomas[50' Covered (probably shaley ls.) - - 50' Brown - weathering impure ls with corals 50' Granular ls with Valcourea, Mimella [[?]] 30' Coarse, crumbly clacarenyte, dark gray 8' Mosheim 30' Holston at quarry abounds in Multicostella. 1.1 miles west of Friendsville on north side road occurs exposure of the coral beds with Pliomerops and Valcourea. All beds below Christiania, I think, are definitely of Chazy age and like the Ptychoplenella - Dactylogonia horizon in Oklahoma. The Valcourea from the coral bed is undoubtedly the same as the free ones from 2 miles S of Philadelphia
3.2 intersection } log of 3.4 Top Mosheim } road 3/4 - 1 3.68 Christiania } mile NE 4.01 Top Lenoir } of Friendsville
[[stamped]] 0633 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 12 [[/left margin]] October 29 Breakfast 0.45 Lunch 0.35 Supper 1.20 Lodging (Knoxville) 2.00 Section N side US 11, 1 1/2 miles SW of Philadelphia Quarry beds of crumbly shaly ls with Machurites, Valcourea, Mimella Hesperorthis 30' - 40' Impure ls, thin granular partings with Rosticellula 5' - 10' Mosheim - like lighology of grading T25 - 26. down and/or laterally into ash weathering lumpy-platy calcareous mud-rock - the two types [[strikethrough]] lat [[/strikethrough]] forming facies. No typical Mosheim 10' +- T27 - On E side road, 1 mile SW of Philadelphia occur ca, 100' of compact dense gray limestone with Machurites and Opercula. This is followed by Holston-like marble and shale. I think all this Lenoir is below Christiania. The shale had a small Glyptorthis & a graptolite. Chert in upper beds. These beds all fit below Christiania and correlated with chert Maclurites beds in section 3/4 mi NE of Friendsville. T-28- Just off Tenn 72 on loop 1/4 mile S. of Marble Bluff. Chert of D. holdini zone. Murfreesboro of Butts. and Blocky chert zone of B. N. Coopers Blackford formation.
[[stamped]] 0634 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 13. [[/left margin]] Lower Lenoir at Lenoir City - Measured along road by houses 5. Crumbly shaly ls., gray fine grained Maclurites, Mimella 25 - 30' 4. Buff gray weathering silty dolomite Conchoidal fracture 30" 3. Mostly covered but up 2' thin crumbly dolomitic shale 5' 2 Earthy shaly ash gray ls. with Rostricellula 18" 1. Mosheim type, drab gray wavy bed, snails Dolomite 4' Section in old quarry near Creek Crumbly shaly ls. with Maclurites 25 - 30' Firm silty "dolomite" possibly silty 30" Shaly drab gray dolomite possibly silty 6' Rostricellula bed. (T-28) 2 - 4" Mosheim type 9' Total thickness of Lenoir as indicated along strike from Lenoir City to Concord is in the neighborhood of 150'. Cooper & Edmundson agree that Mosheim at Mosheims is not necessarily the same as the
[[stamped]] 0635 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 14 [[/left margin]] Mosheim - like beds at Philadelphia and Lenoir City. The beds at the two places do not look alike. At Philadelphia the Mosheim was not a continuous deposit but the Mosheim lithology was spotty appearing in earthy calcareous, shaly weathering beds. The presence of Maclurites links the type Mosheim to the lower Lenoir. Type Lenoir from what we have seen seems to consist of about 150' from top down as follows: Firm fine grained gray limestone with Maclurites and chert in the upper part. ------------ 75 - 100' Shaly limestone crumbling into small cobbles with Valcourea, Hesperorthis, Mimella, sponges and corals ------ 30' - 40' Dolomitic shaly weathering earthy rock with masses or layers of Mosheim - like rock and granular layers and masses with snails and Rostricellula --- 10' This is the type Lenoir and seems to be represented in Friendsville by "Mosheim", shaly beds with Valcourea and corals, firm, Athens like limestone becoming cherty at top. This entire sequence extends up to Christiania but does not include it. Check "Holston" from Jeff City are that Bridge collected at Mosheim level.
[[stamped]] 0636 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 15 [[/left margin]] October 30 Breakfast 0.60 Lunch 0.60 Supper 0.75 Flint Ridge on US 25W, 4.7 miles SSE of Clinton, Beckmantown with 2' chert zone overlain by granular, gray ls. with red chert, followed by ash gray shale. Above this is blocky chert zone with numerous Dinorthis holdeni, Lep[[?]]stia, Calliops. Followed by mealy red ss. The Dinorthis zone is also underlain by mealy red rock. Heiskel - NW of Heiskell the Knox is exposed about 1/2 mile along the road just S of the bend. Then follows blocky chert, red and yellow shale. Just before reaching the intersection dark gray limestones may be seen in the bed of a brook by the road. These are cherty and resemble the Strosburg of Va in lithology. They also contain numerous bryozoa. Above these and exposed along the main road at Heiskell are nodular shaly ls., yellow weathering that contain Strophomeria Tennesseensis. To the southeast a long section is visible. just under the school, cherty limestones appear. Between the school and the brook, platy limestones with some shaly limestones occur which contain snails, O'pekima and a few other fossils. Just about opposite the first house on the west side of the road and slight forward the school occur ledges with
[[stamped]] 0637 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 16 [[/left margin]] Cryptophragmus. Across the brook in the bluff occur thin-bedded limestones with shaly partings and abounding in Rosticellula and bryozoa. Opikifa[[guess]] is also present. Above the rhynchonellid beds occur Moccasin reds. Along next NW road to the NE the blocky chert, red, mealy rock, Lincolnshire-like limestone and OHosee lithology occur. Old Road extending NW for 1/2 mile and located 1/2 mile SW of the Fleanor Mill showed a wonderful section. The blocky chert occurs 245 paces NW of house and is overlain by red shaly rock. 132 paces SE from first stream & road crossing occur Oligorhynchia in a thin ls bed. Mimella is also present. This bed is located about 475 feet NW of the house. The Ologorhynchia bed in the red are layers of hard fine-grained sandstone, and calcareous shale, the latter with many Strophomena (suggesting measleri). In the sandstones occurred Dinorthis willardi and a possible Sowerbyites. Following these beds and on the south side of the small creek near the house occur the cherty, dark limestones with Bryoaoz. At the intersection of the old road and main NE - SW road and for 25 yards NW occur cobbly shale and limestone with Lower OHosee fossils. According to Cooper (B.N.) this is the real lower OHosee, the Sowerbyites beds are not OHosee at all
[[stamped]] 0638 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 17. [[/left margin]] and this is proved at the locality north of Fountain City. One mile SW of Mayes Chapel on the Fountain city street on the north side of the dirt road and on the slopes down to the creek occur dark limestone interbedded with occasional layers of yellow calcareous shale. Dinorthis Willardi is abundant and occurs with a layer Camarella. On the flat on the SE side of the road Calcareous shale abounds in fossils: Sowerbyites, Campylorthis, Mimella, Oligorhynchiaand Dinorthis willardi. These fossils are the same as those seen in Raccoon Valley Liberty Hill, and just SW of Thorn Hill. They had been called lower OHosee but Ulrich thought them to be Strasburg. They seem to be a shaly equivalent of the Strasburg. The latter formation traced SW to Eidson was followed with ease but we lost it between Eidson and Thorn Hill. The probable explanation is that it changed to shale and has a different fauna in it. Overlying these shaly beds in Beaver Valley occurs dark cherty limestone abounding in Nidulites, this is B. N. Cooper's Ward Cove formation and clinches the Strasburg = Lincolnshire position of the so-called lower 0Horse beds = Thorn Hill fm,
[[stamped]] 0639 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 18 [[/left margin]] October 31 Breakfast 0.45 Lodging (Kingmeyer Hotel, Morristown) 2.50 Lunch 0.20 Supper 1.50 Morning visited type section of Whitesburg 2 mi. SE of Whitesburg. Here are some rack at the base has somewhat the appearance of the Mosheim but the section is mostly crumbly modular ls with many Maclurites. Also present are large Rafinesquina, Valcourea, In the upper third the rock is somewhat brown weathering and has some sponges. The Whitesburg overlies the Lenoir and is a smooth dark gray or granular dark gray limestone abounding in trilobites. Ampyxina was seen at the base, also big Conotreta, Opikina, Near the top of the sequence the rock is very cobbly, breaking into small limps. In this condition it resembles the Chambersburg. Visited the RR cut at Otes but saw nothing new. Went on to Rogersville and from there to Thorn Hill. At base of section is a thick Mosheim which is overlain by Holston lithology. Where the bridge occurs at the bend, cobbly, shaly ls occurs with Cystids and Dinorthis willardi. We now believe this to belong to the Strasburg and that it is definitely not OHosee. Above this is a marble and then another shaly interval with receptasulites which Cooper believes is his lower OHosee. This is followed by a third marble and then corals of his Wardell formation appear.
[[stamped]] 0640 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 19. [[/left margin]] After seeing the Thorn Hill section we went down to Washburn and then over to Liberty Hills. At the bend of the road just before reaching the west end of the village occur Up. OHosee. Lower OHosee appears on the east side of the village along the highway about 3/4 mile. Here also occurred below the OHosee cherty ls. of the Lincolnshire. We returned to Thorn Hill and spent a short time at a cursory examination of the Evans Ferry section. At the base occurs a Mosheim lithology which is followed by red green mottled rock and this is succeeded by cherty limestone with Mimella and Dinorthis holdeni. This is followed by dark gray limestone with more scattered chert and big dinorthids. Above this just below the side road, occur cobbly shaly, yellow limestone with Strophomena mealeeri Dinorthis willardi and Multicostella (or Compulorthis). This horizon is not the OHosee but is the Strasburg as Ulrich contended. This is followed by a marble and then comes lower OHosee with Receptaculites. The Upper OHosee occurs by the large white house and consists of cobbly ls, and heavy beds of limestone with Camdaella, Hesper[[?]]this and Campulorthis. Around the bend to the south of the big white house is the so-called [[strikethrough]] att[[?]] [[/strikethrough]] Lowville as written of Cooper (B. N.)
[[stamped]] 0641 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 20 [[/left margin]] November 1. In Raymond & Willard's book OHosee at base of shale above lowest marble quarry N. of Luttrell = Strasburg shale Petrocrania cicatinula Rafinesquina duplicistriata Schizambon cuneatus Dinorthis atavoides must be reexamined. Willard's figured specimen looks most like the species I am calling D. willardi. Between 2nd & 3rd marbles near Chesney = Lower OHosee Hebertella melonica
[[stamped]] 0642 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 21 [[/left margin]] Ottosee - Liberty Hill, N of Luttrell Dalmanella rogata Plaesiomys elongata Ottosee at Fugates = Benbolt & Wardell Plaesiomys brevis Dinorthis quadriplicata D. transversa Pionodema globosa Strophomena tennesseensis S. inspeciosa Camalotoechia quadriplicata
[[stamped]] 0643 [[/stamped]] 22 See collection from Lowville of Slabtown, Russell Co, Va in Butts coll. Hagan section on Rose Hill Quad. Lenoir, Catawba Valley=Athens November 1 Breakfast 0.60 Lunch 0.50 Supper 1.45 Along [[^ US.]] 58 east of Cumberland Gap the Lowville we collected from is Witten. [[strikeout]] The Pholidops beds are Mosacsin [[/strikeout]] Vaughanite with thin red ls. Tetrodium cellulosum along [[strikethrough]] [[Y?]] [[/strikethrough]] E leg of Y =Perry - multicostella (Campylorthis) snails Murfreesboro Top at [[spring?]] of Y. on RR. Over Lodging (2 nights Cumberland Gap) 4.00 [[geological column drawn in left margin]] Curdsville | [[strikethrough]]Bentonite [[/strikethrough]] ____________| Eggleston | _________ | Bentonite | _________ | Witten-like | Tyrone | -T42 cherty | Zygospora | ____________| | Moccasin | __________ | [[Lowville written vertically from Pionodema to "Portion of Benbolt but Lowville Lithology]] Pionodema | Nealmont of K| Chert | -T41 Camaroclad | Cryptoplugous| Watten | Stivphomine | Hesperosthis| Stroneatocenium| Portion of | Benbolt but | Lowville Lithology| ____________| Cherty | Lovivir type| Nodulanchert| ____________| Real Moshein| type | ____________| Cherty | Lenein | type | Ropey-nocular| chert| ____________| Mosheim type| ____________| x-T-40 | Blackford | -T-40 ____________|
At upper end of section [[strikethrough]][[?]][[/strikethrough]] at water tower occurs Curdsville Under this is a 3 foot Bentonite, then calcareous mudstone (30 - 35') bounded below by another thick (2') bentonite. This interval is said to be Eggleston. Below this is thin platy fossiliferous ls. abounding in Pionodema and said to be Tyrone. The green shale is also placed in this interval. The Eggleston produced few fossils. Subulites, Strophomena. [[image in margin]] -------------| Curdsville | -------------| -| Bentonite | | -------------| | Platy ls. | |--- Eggleston -------------| | Bentonite | | -------------| -| Within like | Tyrone? T-42 Thin bedded | | Pionodema ls | | [[down arrow through green shale layer]] -------------| | Green Shale | | -------------| v Platy - | silty - | shaly | Moccasin ls. | |
[[stamped]] 0644 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 23 [[/left margin]] Yellow Branch section - lower position seems to be definitely related to the Blackford. The contact with the Knox is just N of the side road to the west that goes down to a house in the valley. The top of the Blackford is about at the 8' marble that yielded my fossils. The upper part of the sequence is in cherty granular ls. The 8' marble lies under Mosheim - like rock. No typical Mosheim here. Section at quarry about 1/4 mile [[underline]] S of Va 58 on Statons Creek, 2 miles Cut Stromat & send 1/2 to Corp [[/underline]] east of Cumberland Gap, west edge of Wheeler [[image - square symbol]], Va. Stromatocerium bed 80' stratig. above red bed at Qy to S. toward RR. Crumbly thin - bedded gray ls. shaly at base Hesperorthis and Opikina ---------------------------------------- 4' Dark gray ls, Stromatocerium ^[[Protorhyncha]] & Tetradium ------- 10' Dove gray vaughanite, Tetradium, Protorhyncha -------------------- 2 1/2' Taupe gray vaughanite, T. cellulosum ----------------------------- 6' Massive ls, shaly partings, amid cracks at base------------------- 9' The Opikina slabs suggested Ridley and the Protorhyncha clinch it. This is the upper Wardell of Cooper & the Hesperorthis zone at Rye Cove [[left margin vertical]] Important feature in this qy. is occurrence of Protorhyncha and Tetradium cellulosum. [[/left margin vertical]]
Section at Hagan up. Bentonite 3' Chiefly arg. gray ls. 36' Lower Bentonite 2' Dove ls. (Pronodemia) 38 Green Gray ls 61' Bentonite 1' -------------------------- [[^]]{Dove gray calcilutite 33' Green shale ------------- 12' Moccosin ------------- 345' yellow weathering sandy shale Chert zone ------------- 63' Prinoplema[[?]] at top. Canearocladia[[?]] ------ 127' Cryptophragnus Basal Wetten ------------ 35' Tetradium / Top of Wardell _______________________________________________________________ Impure dark ls 5' Stromatocerium Shaly zone [[^]] vaughanite 82 probably by horizon Tetradium Calcilutite ------------- 36' Red bed ---------------- 2' Vaughanite -------------- 11' First red bed ----------- 3' Slabby vaughanite 200' Tetradium cellulosum Covered ----------------- 60' Cherty Lenoir ls -------- 59' Murfresboro fossils Mosheim vaughanite 65' Granular cherty ls 93' = Butts Lenoir = Cooper Arg. calcilutite 35' Blackford 143' ls. & dolomite
[[stamped]] 0645 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 24 [[/left margin]] November 2. Breakfast 0.60 Lunch 0.50 Supper 0.75 Eagleston includes the green shales, thin-bedded ls and two bentonites plus about 5' above top Bentonite The Pholidops is in lower Curdsville Returned to Hogan section with Ralph Miller. Collected Foscifea and Protochyncha in and below Stromatocerium, also saw Hesperocthis above Stromatocerium. Collected in cuts along US 58 but collected few fossils.
[[stamped]] 0646 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 25 [[/left margin]] November 3 Visited Rye Cove, section going N from [[triangle symbol]] intersection near school shows a good Blackford sequence at the base in which B. N. Cooper collected Dinorthis holdeni. The Ward Cove is present with Nidulites and also an Oxoplesia like O. holdeni. Possibly same as at Fountain City. Above Ward Cove comes the Benbolt here a shaly ls. and the Lower OHosee of Butts. Unis contains the larger Rafinesqu[[?]] Stroplurmena and Plestocam[[?]]ia. It is the horizon at the Brick Church Collecting from all the OHosee beds was very poor. The Wardell or upper OHosee is not separable from the Benbolt but is present at Carters Barn. This is closely associated with Stomatocer[[?]] Above it were found large Opikina very much like O. inguassa. In afternoon visited section at Marnnville School on east side Clinchfort Quad. The section is in Wardell at the school.
[[circled in up left corner]] 20 circled in up left corner]] [[The rest of the page was written in landscape orientation.]] Alabama [[arrow pointing to center words]] [[left side stack]][[underlined]] Zennister[[underlined]] up. Lenoir [[underlined]] Isophagnusa + clintonium [[underlined]] Lower [[Underlined]] Lenoir [[underlined]] Knox [[center stack]] [[line under Alabama arrow]] [[underlined]] Little Oak [[underlined]] Athens Black shale [[line]] [[underlined]] Whitesburg [[underlined]] [[i?]] + [[c?]] Lenoir [[line]] [[underlined]] Knox [[underlined]] up Lenoir [[underlined]] christ.[[underlined]] [[underlined]] L. Lenoir [[underlined]] Knox [[lower right side of page]] [[line]] [[underlined]] [[c?burg]] [[underlined]] [[underlined]] Athens Whitesburg [[underlined]] Lenoir [[continuation of center line above the last word
[[stamped]] 0647 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 26 [[/left margin]] November 3 Breakfast 0.60 Lunch 0.35 Supper [[short solid line]] Lodging (Big Stone Gap). 2.00 The Porterfield Quarry reefs may = the Strasburg in a greatly changed facies. The Upper Lenoir at Knoxville may be the cobbly (Chambersburg) facies of the Nov. 4 Lunch 0.45 2 Keys 0.20 Send Coop Eaton's paper on By-passing. Nails & tags for keys 0.25 Went to Fugates hill section where a long sequence is exposed along the road to Mendata over Clinch Mtn. Collecting very poor in OHosee. Returned to Tumbey and here found Red beds of Blackford overlain by limestones with the Blocky chert. These contained also many Mimella. Above came ls. with Sowerbyites and then ls with Dinorthis atavoides. No typical Lenoir was seen but the upper part of the Blocky chert zone
Rye Cove
[stamped] 0648 [/stamped] [left margin] 27 [[/left margin]] is somewhat shaly and crumbly and suggests the Lenoir lithology. So far it seems as though the Lenoir is represented by the red beds of the Blackford. In afternoon collected near Hansonville but found the collecting very poor. At Green Valley Church crumbly ls for some 20' yields large Opikina. These beds suggest a transition to Ward Cove type of rock by Cooper insists these beds are Benbolt. In conversations in the evening Cooper held entire range of Oxoplecia to = Lower Echinosphaerites and to = Shippensburg OHosee Opikina, D. transverse, Oxoplecia} {Oxoplecia, Opikina, Leptellina } Lower Echino-sphanites Athens {Whitesburg } Nodular facies {Benbolt- D. transversa {Echinosphanites [[diagonal] oxoplecia [[/diagonal]] {Peery {Ward Cove
[[stamped]] 0649 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 28 [[/left margin]] November 5 Lodging (Lebanon 2 nights) 4.00 Supper (Oct. 3) [[checkmark]] 1.00 Breakfast (Oct. 4) [[checkmark]] .050 Supper (Oct 4) [[checkmark]] 1.00 Breakfast (Oct. 5) 0.60 Lunch " " [[dittos for: (Oct. 5)]] 0.15 Supper " " [[dittos for: (Oct. 5)]] 1.60 Spent morning at Porterfield quarry. Cooper claims the so-called Lenoir is actually Lincolnshire. The Holston is believed to be Ward Cove. On yellow Branch about 3 miles west of Meadow View and 500 feet downstream from the junction of Co. Hy. 745 and Va 80. The section is along Va. 80. Above the Beekmantown occurs coarse as followed by red sandy limestone. This limestone and the sandy limestone up to the road to the barn, perhaps 40' of limestone with Rostricellula Mimella. Above this are 8 - 10' of sandy dolomite then 20' of sheared ls. with many snails including Maclurites. On this is a band of dolomite after a covered interval. Then comes a vaughanite, sheared, but with many snails.
[[stamped]] 0650 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 29 [[/left margin]] The vanghanite is followed by dolomite and magnesian limestone. The upper part of the section is much sheared bright blue gray ls. This was called Lincolnshire by Cooper but he is not sure of it. The Mosheim may be 5 - Oaks. The lower beds from the Gastropod (Maclurites) zone down to the Beekmantown seems definitely to be Lenoir. The upper limestone contained no chert. Here the vanghanite seems to belong rather to the lower than to the 5 - Oaks beds & may be Lenoir. The Sowerbyella (small) seems to link the Lenoir at Porterfield to the Lincolnshire. It certainly would make it postchazy.
[[stamped]] 0651 [[/stamped]] 30 November 6 The Christiania beds at Athens & Riceville must be at base of Upper Lenoir (Christiania Zone) of Friendsville. We agree that the Upper Lenoir at Friendsville equals all the Athens at Charleston and Athens. In other words the Christiana beds above the Lenoir at Charleston plus the shale and nodular beds equals the Christiania zone at Friendsville. These two sequences are equal to the Whitesburg. The Strasburg may be equivalent to the few cherty [[?]] beds at the top of the lower Lenoir. The coral beds thus would be the top of the Lenoir. Marion Qy --------| | 35 +- Yellow shaly, knotty ls. with Knoxville fossils } Whitesburg --------| |8' knotty solid ls. with maclurites --------| | Moshein 35' (ca) --------| | Knox
[[stamped]] 0652 [[stamped]] 31 5.90 2.78 ---- 3.12 miles on US 11 from courthouse in [[Marson?]] = T75 Athens shale ---------------| Knotty Shale ls| like up | 225' Lenoir in | quarry above | ---------------| | 75- Dense ls, gray with [[Machurite]] in lower 25' shown | in qy. ---------------| 3 | 25' Course granular Calcarenites some reddish, abundant | pebbles chert & granite- [[Rostricellula]] etc. ---------------| 2 | Calcarenites with [[strike through]]quartz pebble | [[strike-though]] in upper part, Light gray- pinkish, | occasional chert pebbles 12' ---------------| 1 | Partly covered to dolomite Course Calcarenites 25' |
3/4 mi N of [[Ares]] Ceres [[Left side of paper broken into boxes with words to the right]] [[First Box]] Martinsburg. [[2nd Box]] 25' Moreasin [[symbol in line with split of 2nd and 3rd box]] < Witten, Wardell out [[3rd box]] Bembolt 125' Opekina; Mirrella [[4th box contain words and arrow connecting to 5th box]] Word Cove [[right of box]] [[Lopleopina?]] (Perry) [[strike-through]] 300' [[strike-through]] Knotty [[chauchusburg?]] like rock Nedulites, Echinosphaerites, cup coral 300' Word Cove lithology, athens in [[portion?]] [[6th box]] Calcarenytes (McNutt) 35' [[7th box]] [[L?]] course granite Is intercolated with chert Is [[8th box]] [[Mosheir?]] 20' [[9th box]] Blackford 2-3' [[10th box]]Knotty Is = Lenoir 55? 15-20' [[final box]] Knox
[[stamped]] 0653 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 32 [[/left margin]] State Highway 42 from Eggleston to Newport - very scenic Junction of Va hy. 100 and 42 at Staffordsville Contact of Blacksford just S of Bridge over Walker Creek. Lowest beds a conglomerate followed by dolomitic rock with Camerella and bryozoa. Over this is ash gray shale and blocky chert, often interbedded. This is followed by about 175' of Lincolnshire with Dinorthis. Above this is Ward Cove with a Chambersburg lithology and containing Nidulites pyriformis. Upstream along N & W RR along New River 1/2 mile upstream from Berton Sta, on Beekmanta' are 90' calcarenytos overlain by 100' of Lincolnshire with Dinorthis & Sowerbyites Breakfast 0.60 Lunch 0.15 supper (Christiansburg) 1.50 Lodging (Marion, Va) 2.25
[[stamped]] 0654[[stamped]] 33 November 7 Breakfast .70 Lunch .45 Supper 1.60 Lodging (Natural Bridge) 2.50 1/2 mi S of Dunkard Church on a (east) branch of Purgatoise Creek | | Martinsburg -----------------| 75' | Martinsburg? zygoopina Doleroids -----------------| Cyclospira | Dinorthis | Athens Transversa | Echinosphaerites -----------------| 40 - 50' | Whitesburg Echinosphaerites -----------------| 200' +- | Strasburg Sowerbyite -----------------| | Moshein (thin) -----------------| | |
[[stamped]] 0655 [[stamped]] 34 3/4 mi NW of Rocky Point, VA for unusual Lincolnoid[[?]], Basal beds of New Market (Blackford) | Athens | Junction Co 675 and VA 257 at | crossing of Buffallo Creek -------------| Murat | 125 Course calcarenyte, light | gray, many bryzoa -------------| | Lincolnshire cherty dark gray | weathering dark ls. | Hesperorthis 120' -------------| | Mosheim 30' (some chert) -------------| | Knox -------------| | |
[[stamped]] 0656 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 35 [[/left margin]] November 8. Breakfast 0.60 Lunch 0.45 Supper 1.50 Lodging (Staunton) 3.00 Went east of Lexington to examine Chambersburg. Found no lithology referable to Chambersburg. It is all of Athens type. Discovered two infolded masses of Martinsburg that may be the reason for the great thickness of Athens at Lexington. Went to Whistle Creek, NW of Lexington. Lincolnshire cherty ls is overlain by Murat light gray calcarenyte with few brachiopods. Whitesburg brown-weathering, hard knotty ls. with dark sandy shale partings and some chert, overlies the Murat and is followed by Athens.
[[stamp]] 0657 [[/stamp]] [[left margin]] 36 [[/left margin]] November 9 Breakfast 0.60 Lunch 0.55 Supper 1.55 Lodging (2 nights Harrison) 3.00 My specimens of Conotreta [[insert]] (silcified) [[/insert]] from Lacey Spring are from Lower Athens. About 3/4 mi. NE of Melrose Cavern. It is about 1 1/2-2 mi. SW of Lacey Spr. on US 11. [[line across page]] [[strikethrough]] Junction Va 263 & Co 710 at Oranda base = 5.05 Base of up. granular 5.09 US 11 at Mt. Jackson 7.75 Cedar Grove Church 11.28 = 3.53 miles S of Center Mt. Jackson on Co. 616. [[line across page]] N79° W Co. Hy 616 & US 11 - 71.75 To the Lenoir 71.85 71.78 .22 72.20 72.10 [[/strikethrough]]
[[stamped]] 0658 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 37 [[/left margin]] Nov 10 Send BNC a copy of International rules of Nomenclature. Breakfast 0.60 Lunch 0.20 According to Cooper Kay's Tiger-stripe is Blackford. The overlying vaughanite is 5 - Oaks. Change 4 miles E of Harrisonburg on US 33 to Between Peales X - road & Penn Laird, N of Cub Run on US 33, 5 miles SE of Harrisonburg
41.27 42.10 1.95 _______ 85.32 120 85.32 ________ 34.68 30 ________ 34.38 [[Image: Vertical notes/layer diagram, faint pencil]] Shaley = Whitesburg ________________________shaly tuff [[?]] { Moc. 8-10' M Def { Lenoir{ ------- Neodr { Mos. ------ { ------- Be { 50 □ granular Marble _____________________________________ □ [[line connects two boxes]] [[/image]]
Va, Ga, Tenn, Ala. 1945 1947
[[stamped]] 0659 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 1 [[/encircled]] September 25 - Purchase $550 in travelers cheques 4.13 Car I7768 October 1. Mileage when car was taken 56904. Change oil, grease car SV1 2.75 Mileage 56998. 2 blocks of Cybeloides to etch from N of Edinburg. Lunch Woodstock, VA 1.15 SV2 Gas 9 gals Staunton (57074) 2.16 Supper 2.45 Drove from Washington to Strasburg Left Wash. at 7:45 arrived Strasburg 10:15. Had car greased and headed for Woodstock. Met Carl Dunbar on highway and Cooper at Woodstock. at 11:50. Took Wang to Hupp Hill where we saw Lambeophyllum and Platy cystites just below top of hill. Lunched at Woodstock and then went to Bownan Farm. From there went on to locality opposite dam on Shenandoah River. Here we saw "Mosheim" with dark granular fingers of "Lenoir". This is followed by Lenoir with Dinorthis atavoides and Sowerbyite
[[stamped]] 0660 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 2 [[/encircled]] in lower part of the middle. Above this in top of middle Lenoir occur Cybeloides in some abundance. We took two blocks for etching.. Lenoir is followed by a granular ls. said by Butts to be Whitesburg. The Chambersburg comes in with Resserlla and Corineorthis. This zone we traced clear up to Marion, Pa. where the Corineorthis lies over the Tetrodium cellulosum beds or Lowville of Stose. This puts the Cryptophragmus way above the Lowville. A Nidulites was found loose that must have come from Lenoir or basal Chambersburg, both unusual occurrences. Whistle Creek may interfinger with Mosheim type rock. [[left margin]] Oct. 2 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.25 [[/strikethrough]] Room & garage Nat. Bridge SV3 [[strikethrough]] 4.50 [[/strikethrough]] Mileage 57122 Lunch Blacksburg, Va [[strikethrough]] 0.95 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Pearisburg Va 11 gals [[strikethrough]] 2.43 [[/strikethrough]] 57245 SV 4 Supper Bluefield, W. Va 2.20 [[left margin]] 1.25 0.95 2.20 [[solid line]] 4.40 [[/left margin]] From Natural Bridge through the Narrows to Bluefield for the night. Section at Narrows showed
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[[stamped]] 0661 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 3 [[/left margin encircled]] Mosheim type limestone overlain by calcarenite sandwiched between the Licolnshire and blocky chert. [[left margin]] Oct. 3. [[/left margin]] Breakfast Bluefield - [[strikethrough]] 1.29 [[/strikethrough]] Hotel 1 night " [[ditto for: Bluefield]] - SV5 [[strikethrough]] 5.10 [[/strikethrough]] Car storage [[strikethrough]] 0.77 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Lebanon Va, 7 ga. [[encircled]] SV6 [[/encircled]] 1.53 Mileage 57351 Supper Big Stone Gap [[strikethrough]] 1.75 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.70 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 1.29 1.75 0.70 [[solid line]] 3.74 [[/left margin]] Left Bluefield for Tazewell, Va where we saw one locality in Witten, then went on to the Tumbez section. From Tumbez went to Hogan School section and made a short stop at beds just east of Cedar Point School. From there went on to Gate City and Big Stone Gap. [[left margin]] October 4. [[/left margin]] Hotel Big Stone Gap [[strikethrough]] 3.00 [[/strikethrough]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] SV7 [[/left margin]] Gas (Middlesboro, Ky. (57493) [[strikethrough]] 2.10 [[/strikethrough]] Lodging, Middlesboro Ky. SV8 4.00 Supper " " [[dittos for: Middlesboro Ky.]] [[strikethrough]] 3.10. [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 1.20 3.10 [[/left margin]] Visited Hogans section and quarry on Station Creek.
[[stamped]] 0662 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 4 [[/encircled]] October 5 Breakfast, Middlesboro, Ky [strikethrough] 1.20 [/strikethrough] Gas, Crossville (57640) [strikethrough] 2.44 [/strikethrough] Lunch [strikethrough] 1.10 [/strikethrough] Supper [strikethrough] 2.35 [/strikethrough] Arrived Murfreesboro at 5:30 PM [[left margin]] 1.20 1.10 2.35 ----- 4.65 [[/left margin]] Oct. 6 Walter Hill A - 4" dove ls. with byozoa B - 4 - 6" granular shell breccia C - 5' thin bedded ls. with numerous fossils Protozyga, Mimella a, Opiking, Strophomena [[vertical]] Protorhyacha (CoD) [[/vertical]] Glyptorthis Plates up to 4" thick Often granular coarse D- Thin bedded dove ls. weathering ashy gray. Fossils scarce [[image: left margin, geologic column]] Cover [[squiggly line under]] _____________| d _____________| c _____________| B _____________| A | Murf. | [[/image]]
[[stamped]] 0663 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 5 [[/left margin encircled]] The Ridley above the Pierce is very heavy bedded ls. about 35 - 40' thick Lower beds crowded with a small Opikina and also Camerella. Upper beds here with Gonioceras and Endoceras, also Maclurites The rock is brownish gray with Camerocladia-like or worm markings which weather yellowish. Ridley weathers ash-gray. Stromatocericun in small heads, often upside down. Cooper likens this Ridley section to Upper cherty Benbolt. Dystactospongia is fairly common. 1/2 mile East of Readyville on US 70 S. On road at bend granular, massive layer with Cryptophragmus. This bed occurs on hillside 150 yds south of highway. [[strikethrough]] Bed [[/strikethrough]] Cryptophragmus bed about 3' thick. Above Cryptophragmus occurs platy ls with abundant Sowerbyella. 20' above Cryptophragmus comes the Doleroides bed, the same as at Fairview Station at Rome. About 25' of play ls. with Cameroclodia occurs
[[stamped]] 0664 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 6 [[/left margin encircled]] below Cryptophragmus Oct. 6 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.10 [[/strikethrough]] Car repair 9.00 Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.40 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 1.20 1.10 2.30 [[solid line]] 4.70 [[/left margin]] Sowerbyella is very abundant just above Cryptophragmus 0.8 mo. East of Readyville at junction with dirt road saw a section of Carters showing about 65' of rock. Lower beds massive and with Tetradium cellulosum. A Bentonite comes 30 - 35' below top and under it we saw Strophomena, Streptelasma, Zygospira. Above the Bentonite the beds are more thin-bedded and varied with some coarse granular ls., dove ls., and some hard silty or dolomitic beds in appearance. The base of the Carters comes 25' +- above the Doleroides zone of the upper Lebanon.
[[stamped]] 0665 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 7 [[/left margin encircled]] left margin]] October 7 - [[/left margin]] Breakfast 1.10 Lunch 1.20 Supper 2.25 [[solid line]] Gas 4.55 2.08 Marshall Knob in morning. Columnaria at base of Ridley Afternoon collected Lebanon on US 41, Hermitage at Woodbury [[left margin]] October 8 - [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[/strikethrough]] Gas 6 gals 57899 1.51 Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.20 [[/strikethrough]] Saw section at Kittwell.. Low. Lebanon has Hesperosthis here. Went over Carter - Tyrone 0.8 mile east of Readyville. Tetradium very abundant in lower part of section. Saw a large Camerella suggestive of Plattrin, Beds just under Tentonite with many. Cameroclodia-like markings, also Doleroides, Strophomena , Opikina all suggestive of the Lebanon. Tyrone beds are thin bedded but formally like below
[[stamped]] 0666 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 8 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin]] Oct. 9 [[/left margin]] Breakfast 1.20 Lunch 1.25 Supper 1.40 Went to Nashville and collected on W side of city. Maysville about 3.6 miles E of Junction of US 70 N & 70 S Waldun at Prison Qy, 2 mi E of Pegram and opposite Hidden Lake. [[left margin vertical]] Write Easton about Mexico corals. [[/left margin vertical]] Afternoon collected Maysville & Richmond on US 70 S 1 1/2 & 3/4 mi. E. of Junction of U.S. 70 S & 70 N. Collected Aniheim on N side US 70S about 7 miles W of Nashville City limits. Returned to Murfreesboro for night. Hotel Murfreesboro 15.00 [[arrow from this amount to 3.50 amount below]] [[left margin]] Oct. 10 - 2.30 2.25 ---- 4.55 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.30 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Gas 58014 [[strikethrough]] 2.20 [[/strikethrough]] Service car [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Hotel Murfreesboro [[strikethrough]] 3.50 [[/strikethrough]] String 0.30 Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.25 [[/strikethrough]] Stopped at Rome to see Lebanon - Carters. Bentonite below Tyrone is mentioned by Fox 1944. Minella occurs in Tyrone part but a Corverella like
[[stamped]] 0667 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 9 [[/left margin encircled]] species described by Fenton from Platteville occurs in beds below the beautcorsite Cabin thru Oct. 13 13.00 Gas Knoxville 58210 2.92 October 11 Breakfast 1.20 Lunch 0.50 Supper 1.80 Went to Friendsville to see Lenoir section. Worked one mile east of Friendsville and made an effort to get a collection above the Maclurites bed. This rock is moderately cherty, the chert weathering out in small masses. Sandy chips also weather out. Fossils are very rare and show mostly in the form of tribolite fragments but recognizable specimens are very rare.. A few small brachiopods suggest the lower Athens which here has turned somewhat cherty & cobbly. In afternoon went into village & collected S of Friends Church and in the field SE of the church. Here Comerella longirostris is present above the Mosheim as well as below it.
[[stamped]] 0668 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 10 [[/left margin encircled]]. While collecting Christiania an old colored man recommended that we collect at the old colored cemetery. Here fresh graves showed an abundance of Christiania and beds some 50 yards SW of the cemetery yielded Bimuria, Paurorthis, Isophragma, Orthambonites, Paleostrophomena and Apatomorpha. This is an assemblage exactly like that at the locality, 2 1/2 miles SE of Riceville. October 12- Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.25 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.40 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.30 [[/strikethrough]] Kegs (5) [[strikethrough]] 0.50 [[/strikethrough]] Gas [[strikethrough]] 2.06 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 1.25 1.40 2.30 ---- 4.95 [[/left margin]] Went first to Miser Station to collect Sevier. Here shaly rock produced Paurorthis, Cyrtonotella, Oxoplecia (small), an assemblage like that occurring in the marbles. We think it is probably Tellico in age rather than Sevier, (Ottosee). Afternoon collected at Friendsville
[stamped]] 0669 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 11 [[/left margin encircled]] October 13 - Breakfast 1.20 Lunch 1.10 Supper 2.45 Keg Tacks 0.20 Visited Heiskell and measured section near Fleanor Mill. Collected shynchonellid beds in gap south of Heiskell. These beds are Moccassin or possibly the Eggleston equivalent but more probably the former. Afternoon scouted for other exposures and found a long section NE of Fleanor Mill about a mile. Here above the reds and thin cobbly beds of the Oligorhynchia horizon granular cherty limestone produced large Nidulites. Thus this horizon proves to be the Ward Cove. We also discovered Wardell fossils in the upper part of the Benbolt and in the limestone overlying it. The section here is thus. Benbolt Granular ls. Ward Cove New form. Elway Blacksford [[Line from Benbolt above to the following on the right side of page]] [[strikethrough] C [[/strikethrough]] [[wavy line]] Moccasin Witten Wardell
[[stamped]] 0670 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 12 [[/left margin encircled]] October 13 - Breakfast - [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch - [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Supper - [[strikethrough]] 2.50 [[/strikethrough]] Gas - [[strikethrough]] 1.30 [[/strikethrough]] Cabin for Oct. 14 - 15 6.50 In morning went up to Fountain City and there found marble overlying the Beekmantown and followed by Dinorthis - bearing limestone, blue gray granular. The Dinorthis looked like D. willardi. Overlying this comes cobbly ls. with Oligorhynchia and D. willardi & other fossils in abundance. On top of Oligorhynchia comes the Ward Cover. From Fountain City we went to Chesney and found some 50' of gray granular limestone overlying the Beekmantown and underlying Girvanella beds at the base of a thick marble which underlies the Oligorhynchia beds. From Luttrell we took Tenn. 61 to Tenn. 33 and looked at the Witten - Moccasin - Eggleston section about 5 mi. NE of Maynardville. Witten passes into Moccasin which is apparently the same as the Pionodema beds at Hagan.
[[stamped]] 0671 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 13 [[/left margin encircled]] These really should be called Moccasin. The Eggleston occurs above the thick bentonite and below the Curdsville. After lunch went to Evans Ferry section. Found Elway under Oligorhynchia beds. Could not confirm presence of D. atavoides between Elway and Ologorhynchia. [[left margin]] October [[/left margin]] 15 - Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.10 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] .83 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.35 [[/strikethrough]] Gas 2.60 Car Repair 6.20 In morning went to Maryville to ship kegs. 7 kegs sent off weight 505 pounds. Went southwest of Maryville on US. 411 to junction with US 129. On US. 129 saw Knox and Athens in contact. The basal Athens contained fossils of the lower Christiania zone including the tribobite [[underlined]] Arthrocachis. [[/underlined]] Went through the Athens and Tellico to see sandy Sevier and then the red Bays. The latter contained a large Lingula
[[stamped]] 0672 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 14 [[/circled]] and yellow sandy shale with Pionodema. The horizon must be Wardell-Witten. After lunch saw Athens 3/4 mile [[encircled]] NE [[/encircled]] [[line pointing to entry SE]] of Mint. Here just above Knox are 75' of sandy shale with Christiania and other "Lenoir" fossils. Above this is a long sequence of Athens with graptolites. The Athens consists of silts and fine grained sands in lenses. Some of the layers are distinctly flaggy and the graptolites extend through a long thickness. Saw Tellico 1 mile N of old Kagley Church where Cyrtonotella Aerolichas and Orthamborites were seen. Drove into Moccasin then went home
[[stamped]] 0673 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 15 [[/left margin encircled]] Bridge Toll 0.30 October 16 - Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.80 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.45 [[/strikethrough]] Cottage 2.50 First visited section about 2 miles SW of Philadelphia to see Lenoir. Went up hill on S side road to see upper Lenoir. Lenoir is probably 150' thick. Above it comes about 200' of pink marble which is probably true Holston and is in the position of the "Upper Lenoir". Shale succeeds the marble. After seeing Lenoir we went down to Sweetwater and took Madisonville road to SE. Saw Athens with trilobites about 4 1/2 miles SE, then thick Tellico above it. In Tellico saw and collected from a cobbly bed containing Dinorthis. This is the same bed as Butts collected at Miser. 1/4 mile N of Christiansburg saw some 25 - 30' of limestone underlying Athens shale. Limestone contained large Sowerbyites, bryozoa and Leptellina and probably belongs with the Athens. The Athens is the same as that NE of Christiansburg seen last year. Drove through section southeast of Christiansburg but added no new information. The big Sowerbyites should be checked as a possible Lenoir fossil. The specimen of Sowerbyites-like shell found by Wang in the Billings area zone should be examined in this connection.
[[stamped]] 0674 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 16 [[/left margin encircled]] Finished the day at Athens about 1 mile northeast of the courthouse. Here we saw Apatomorphia zone which occurs on top of hill east of new quarry. The chert fossils between this zone and the Knox must be derived from the Lenoir as Valcourea was taken. The Lenoir in any event would not be very thick. October 17 - Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.80 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.60 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 3.50 [[/strikethrough]] Gas. 58765 Oaltewah[[guess]] [[strikethrough]] 2.73 [[/strikethrough]] Cabin (Chattanooga) 3.00 In morning visited section on Hiwasee River. Above Lenoir and below Athens comes an unknown thickness of shale which is overlain by some 12' of oolitic ls with black oolites. This is overlain by a foot of cream-colored granular ls. Christiania occurs in a sandy shale band in lower part of oolite. In afternoon went to Riceville but this locality is now lost. Saw another locality of same beds only 150 paces from dolomitic a few miles SW of Riceville locality. Drove to Chattanooga for night
[[stamped]] 0675 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 17 [[/left margin encircled]] October 18 - Breakfast - [[strikethrough]] 1.30 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch - [[strikethrough]] 0.70 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.40 [[/strikethrough]] Gas [[strikethrough]] 1.97 [[/strikethrough]] Service car 58979 2.50 Room 2 nights Calera 5.00 Left Chattanooga early in morning and arrived at Birmingham about 10:50 AM. Went to Gate City to see Chicamauga ls. Here thick beds of fine-grained cherty ls. with Lopliospira occur at bottom. Middle beds thin-bedded, shaly with many fossils, Oxoplecia, Complyorthis, Glyptorthis, Hesperorthis, Strophomena, Opikina, Above this came about 15' massive ls. followed by 2" of bentonite. On this are a 50' of calcarenite with Dystactospongia, Columnaria, and Stomatocerium. In upper part of this 50' bed comes Cryptophragmus near top with Tetradium cellulosum. Just above the 50' bed are 2 - 3' crumbly ls with Pholidops. Then came granular ls & Platy ls. ca 10' which contain abundant Sowerbyella. This upper 10' may be Trenton. Cooper thinks 50' bed may be Carters.
[[stamped]] 0676 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 18 [[/left margin encircled]] October 19 - Breakfast 0.90 Lunch 0.50 Supper 1.50 Went to Pratts Ferry, collected from Whitesburg and up. Lenoir. In latter found large Sowerbyites. Spent most of day in a vain search for quarry in lower Lenoir. Late afternoon saw Athens on west side of Calera. October 20 - Breakfast 0.95 Gas (Alabaster) 2.60 Lunch 1.15 Supper 3.00 [[calculation]] 4.15 95 ---- 5.10 [[/calculation]] [[left margin]] 3.95 1.15 ----- 5.10 [[/left margin]] At Pratts Ferry 200' - 250' of limestone looking like Little Oak or Lenoir. It had Nidulites and Lophospira and must therefore be Ordovician. This rock was vertical. It may be the other limb of a tight syncline so little Athens exists here. Visited large quarry in Little Oak about 2 1/2 miles NE of Pelham. Here Bimurias were abundant near bottom. Little Oak rests on Lenoir here. Made fine collection at intersection 2 miles NE of Newhope Church. At this place the Little Oak fauna corresponds to the Lower Christiania fauna at Friendsville and the Christiania beds at Pratts Ferry. Drove to Rome, Georgia
[[stamped]] 0677 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 19 [[/left margin encircled]] October 21 - Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.90 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 3.20 [[/strikethrough]] Hotel at Rome, Georgia [[strikethrough]] 4.50 [[/strikethrough]] Gasoline 2.00 Tips (Hotel, Chattanooga) 0.50 [[arrow point to 0.90 above]] Left Rome and went north on US 27 to see localities visited in 1939. About 15' yellow sandy shale and thin ls. under the main locality. This contains abundant Fascifera. Above this comes some 20' of thin bedded ls with shale partings abounding in fossils. These undoubtedly underlie the Hesperorthis beds seen on the highway in 1939. [[image: in left margin drawing of geologic columns]] ______________ Tetradium | Moccasin ______________| | Covered ______________| Sowerbyella | Platy } ______________| Massive | } [[vertical]] Lebanon [[/vertical]] ______________| } Hesp | Ancist | } [[vertical]] Witten [[/vertical]] ______________| } Opilinia[[guess]]| on Hy 27 } ______________| } Fascifera | } ______________| } Ridley | ______________| Mos | ______________| Murph | | | [[/image]] Went to see the section along the highway south of Chicamauga Creek not far north of Catlett Gap. At the bridge over the Creek are thin-bedded ls., mud - cracked and with Ostrocods. On the highway are hard limestone weathering with a crust and suggesting the Peery. Above these the section is covered. Then comes a small thickness of Mosheim - like ls. that Butts called Mosheim. All below this lie placed in the Murfreesboro. Above the Mosheim are some 30' - 40' of cherty limestone called Ridley = Lenoir by Butts. Just at the road forks the rock gives way from massive limestone with chert to shale and platy ls. with abundant Fascifera and Rostricellula. This division is all of 20 - 25' thick
[[stamped]] 0678 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 20 [[/left margin encircled]] and is the same as the Foscifera beds on US 27. Above these beds come platy ls. with shale partings same as on US 27 but in addition some 15' of similar rock with Hesperorthis, Anerstrorhyncha[[guess]] and Eozyga. I think this is same as Hesperorthis[[guess]] horizon on US 27. The combined thickness must be about 35'. Above the Hesperosthis beds are massive Camerocladia bearing ls. about 30' in thickness. Above this for some distance on road could be found fossiliferous plates of ls. with Hesperiorthis[[guess]], Sowerbyella possible Doleroides or Pionodema. This is undoubtedly the Lebanon. Considerable covered distance follows last Lebanon seen but on a small stream about 2 1/2 miles south of Chicamauga Creek muddles of Moccasin type were seen. Some purea ls. in the mass contained abundant Fetradium. This is the Carters Moccasin. The Witten evidently includes Butt's Lenoir plus the Fossifena beds plus the fossiliferous layers through the Lower Hesperasthis horizon. The remaining fosiliferous beds are Lebanon I think the big cut on US 27 is upper OHosee of Rye Cove. Must examine other collections in USam. I think all the rock up to the Fascifera beds in the Murfreesboro. Fascifera is Pierce.
[[stamped]] 0679 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 21 [[/left margin encircled]] October 22 - Breakfast - [[strikethrough]] 0.85 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch - [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[/strikethrough]] Supper - [[strikethrough]] 1.90 [[/strikethrough]] Hotel Chattanooga - [[strikethrough]] 6.60 [[/strikethrough]] Toll [[strikethrough]] 0.35 [[/strikethrough]] TVA maps [[strikethrough]] 0.70 [[/strikethrough]] Car storage [[strikethrough]] 0.95 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Athens, Tenn 59420 2.57 Tips. 0.20 [[arrow pointing to Lunch 1.90 above]] Cabin 2 nights (Knoxville) 8.00 In 1939 notes I state that I saw Bimuria abundant 30' below top of Little Oak. On this trip we also saw Bimuria abundant 5 - 10' above floor of quarry. The upper Bimuria is large and should be compared with the smaller ones in the lower part that I am calling B. buttsi, Visited TVA for maps and saw map-making process. Drove to Knoxville in driving rain. Hard downpour in night. [[Left margin]] October [[/left margin]] 23 - Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.15 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.90 [[/strikethrough]] Gas [[strikethrough]] 1.68 [[/strikethrough]] Laundry (2) [[strikethrough]] 2.72 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.35 [[/strikethrough]] Went to Marysville and shipped 5 kegs. Worked on section along US 129
[[stamped]] 0680 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 22 [[/circled]] October 24- Write P. P. Fox for Ordovician fossils. Breakfast 1.10 Lunch 0.94 Supper 2.35 [[insert]] 4.39 [[=sum of cost of meals]] [[/insert]] Small Knife, tacks & nails (Oct. 23) 0.90 Room Knoxville (1 night) 4.00 Ran section down through settlement called Six Mile. Lowest Athens a sandy bed, fairly massive overlain by shale. Saw no fossils Lower Athens a black to dark gray sandy shale. Tellico begins with a sandy mudstone and terminates in a coarse calcareous ss. Sevier yellow slaty shale with thick ss in its midst. Moccasin reds occur near Six mile school contain a thick sequence of yellowish ss near top. A red Moccasin bed is overlain by Black Devonian shale & this by Mississippian ss with Spinifer and Toynifer[[sic Torynifer]]. Qy on Tenn 71, 3/4 mile NW of Lake Forest consists of coarse marble with Multicostella. Probably Vestal marble & is underlain by "Upper Lenoir". Drove over Upper Lenoir where seen in 1939 just north of Shooks Gap. Here considerable rock is shown over a large area. On north side of Shooks Gap quad. north of Tennessee River the Knox is overlain by 25' - 30' of Mosheim-type of vaughanite. Above this come
[[stamped]] 0681 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 23 [[/encircled]] some 50' - 60' of blue gray somewhat shaly, granular ls. containing some fossils: Opikina, Mimella nucleus, small Valcourea, sponge This rock weathers to ragged shaly stripes or plates and has a very irregular fracture. It is the Lower or true Lenoir. This is followed by 100' +- of cobbly limestone in massive beds that break into small cobbles when weathered. The tiny cobbles are fossiliferous and contain Christiania in abundance This "Upper Lenoir" is followed by marble and Tellico and the latter by cobbly, yellow "Ottosee". October 25 - Breakfast - 1.00 Lunch - 0.62 Supper - 3.05 4.67 [[1.00+0.62+3.05]] Cabin at Cumberland Gap - 4.00 Gasoline 59702 2.54 Hogskin Valley Powder Springs □, Tenn At Mount Eager Church the church rests on cobbly yellow beds called Benbolt by Cooper. Just above these beds comes a second layer of cobbly yellow shale with fascifera, Multicostella, Strophomena and small Sowerbyella. Cooper calls these Benbolt also because of chert and false - Camerocladia near their top Above this comes Wardell Evidently the fascifera beds of Liberty
[[stamped]] 0682 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 24 [[/encircled]] Hill and here are Top Benbolt or low Wardell. According to Cooper the Foscifera bed is up. Benbolt also because of small Dystactospengia. Benbolt is the lower & middle yellow cobbly band at the church. Section at Rose Hill, Tenn. Maynardville [[square symbol]]], Tenn. At base of section occurs a Mosheim like limestone thought by BNC to be in the blocky chert horizon. This is followed by red beds and yellow shale with beds of earthy limestone about 90 - 100' thick. This is succeeded by cherty heavy-bedded limestone assigned to the Ward Cove. In the lower part of the red bed succession occurs gray granular ls with thin shale partings containing Strophora[[?]] Oligorhynchids, Plectocamara was seen higher in the red-bed sequence. Above the Ward Cove occurs a thin layer of Vanghanite with T. cellulosum This is followed by a cherty band. After the chert comes thin-bedded limestone with cobbly shaly bands belonging to the Benbolt. Sowerbyella was abundant. Above the Benbolt are platy ls. abounding in T. cellulosum and also containing Ancistroshyncha and Hesperarthis at the road intersection at Rose Hill School. Above the road intersection opposite the lumber yard comes Cryptogragmus. Above this is Witten which is followed by Moccasin terminated by a 6' bentonite On the bentonite is mealy Eggleston (20') terminated by the Curdsville
[[stamped]] 0683 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 25 [[/encircled]] Oct. 26 - Groceries [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[/strikethrough]] Breakfast 5.21 [[strikethrough]] 1.10 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.66 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.25 [[/strikethrough]] Gasoline 59889 [[strikethrough]] 1.43 [[/strikethrough]] Cabin 2 nights 26 - 27 8.00 Section at Glasses Store Lower part of section consists of Blacksford with a red-bed in the lower part. This is succeeded by Elway with Calliops and Lepeditia. Then occurs a sequence of dark cherty limestone containing Oligorhynchia in the upper beds. This is the Ward Cove. On this bed is a thick Vanghanite which is the base of the OHosee of Huffman. This is followed by shaly beds with Dinorthis transverse Above the Benbolt come Wardell & Witten followed by Moccasin The lower part of the Ward Cove in this section contains Salterella, Helicotoma and two kinds of Tetradium. It is part of the true Murfreesboro. Oligorhynchia may thus be approximately Murfreesboro in age. Cryptophrogmus here ranged through about 200', the whole thickness of the Witten. Saw an almost identical sequence on E side Va 70 about 1.6 miles S of Jonesville. Cooper thinks no blocky chert, all belongs to a new division equal to the Oligorhynchia horizon.
[[stamped]] 0684 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 26 [[/encircled]] October 27 - Breakfast - 1.10 Supper - 2.25 Gasoline - 1.80 Went to Hagan to study cherty ls. at base of section. Here two cherty ls. occur. This is true also at Walnut School on Wheeler D. The lower cherty ls had big Leperditia and fasciculate Strophomena suggesting Elway. Then followed a thick calcarenite, possibly the Oligorhynchia zone. Then came the upper cherty zone but we found no fossils to prove it was Ward Cove. The upper chert at Hagan has many snails suggestive of Peery ls. Oct. 28- Breakfast - 1.10 Supper - 2.25 Left Cumberland Gap and went over to Lone Mtn. Here 1 1/2 miles NE of Lone Mtn. and on the Lone Mountain to Tagewell road is a long sequence. About 1/2 mile north of intersection are rocks Butts called Mosheim overlying cherty ls representing the Peery Ward Cove sequence. On the Mosheim is a layer of cherty ls overlain by shaly and thin bedded ls. containing Doleroides,
[[stamped]] 0685 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 27 [[/encircled]] large Mimella, Strophomena, Sowerbyella and Multicostella. These are followed by platy ls. with Dinorthis Transversa, Doleroides and Rostricellula. On top of these are platy ls. with Munina and Rostricellula. This is about the boundary of the Benbolt & Wardell. Up Wardell has a 40' calcarenite abounding in Stromatocerium. Above Stromatocerium just east of the road intersection come thin-bedded ls. with Hesperorthis. The shaly beds are Benbolt. The Rostricellula bed which produced Oligorhynchia is at about top Benbolt or basal Wardell. October 29 - Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[/strikethrough]] Antifreeze [[strikethrough]] 2.65 [[/strikethrough]] Lubrication, clean plugs [[strikethrough]] 1.15 [[/strikethrough]] gas 10 gal 60065 [[strikethrough]] 2.60 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.25 [[/strikethrough]] On Bulls Gap street 1/4 mile NE of St Clair, fine development of Chicamauga here consisting of a thin discontinuous layer of Mosheim lithology. This is followed by blue weathering limestone containing Maclurites. This is the Lenoir and it is about 100' thick. It and the contact with the Knox are well exposed in the field and along the old quarry road 1/4 mile NE of St. Clair.
[[stamped]] 0686 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 28 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin vertical]] Gray calcarenite occurs in the "Up Lenoir". The Effna rock is in the Athens interval just on top of the Bimuria beds. [[/left margin vertical]] On top of the Lenoir comes finely cobbled sandy limestone containing Christiania and Bimuria, the latter in abundance. About 400' of this rock are present. Bimuria ranges throughout. Above this interval comes a sequence of shale, often nearly black, and lenses or tongues of cobbly ls. of Up. Lenoir type and the top one containing Bimuria and Atelelosma. Below this upper zone and just on the NW side of Gulley cemetery occurs a bed of calcarenite with Holston type fossils. This is definitely in the upper Lenoir interval. Thus the Athens shale and "Lenoir" actually interfinger. Along the road leading south of Tenn 66A and just W of Mills Pond are Athens shales exposed for about 3/4 mile. At the road intersection just N of Robertson Creek cobbly ls in yellow shale contained Sowerbyella and a large rafinesquinoid. In afternoon we discovered "Whitesburg" trilobites in the field about 1/4 mile SSE of White Horn. In yellow Sevier type shale at the church in Guthrie Gap. platy ls. containing cystid stem frequently yielded Zygospira and Oligorhynchia. We believe these represent the Witten horizon. Above this horizon the yellow shales are overlain by quartzite and red - beds of the Bays formation
[[stamped]] 0687 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 29 [[/circled]] October 30 - Breakfast 1.00 Lunch 1.00 Supper 2.30 Groceries 0.23. Spent morning at Eidson where we established Oligorhynchia in the sequence. Above the top of the Elway below apple tree dark ls. contain Sowerbyites. These ls are followed by cobbly beds with D. atavoides and the large fauna collected in previous years. D. Atavoides is followed by dark ls. with D. willardi. These limestones are cherty. Above these come fine grained gray ls to gray calcarenites containing Oligorhynchia, Oxiplecia. The Oligorhynchia beds are succeeded by pink or cream coarse grained marble assigned to the Ward Cove. Above this marble comes the Benbolt, 100' or more of cobbly shaly beds. The Wardell succeeds the Benbolt. The Witten is blue gray platy ls abounding in zygospira. The Moccasin forms the top of the sequence. In afternoon went down to Lee Valley to see beds collected by Ulrich. These proved to be Benbolt - Wardell interval. From Ulrichs description of the locality at the forks of road the fossils may be Wardell. The Camerellas suggest this also. We collected Benbolt N of highway about 0.1 - 0.2 mile about one mile NE of Lee Valley and Wardell on the highway the same distance from the Valley. The Wardell contained Campylorthis inseqinstriata,
[[stamped]] 0688 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 30 [[/left margin encircled]] October 31 - Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Hotel (3 nights) Morristown 13.50 Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.25 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.10 [[/strikethrough]] Gas 60156 1.23 Mosheim type locality - 50' Mosheim overlain by 6' Lenoir rock, followed by 35' of brown weathering granular ls, shaly in places, black dark gray to light gray in color. This is Whitesburg overlying Lenoir and underlying platy Athens. Locality 1 mile SW of Albany. Section like that at Mosheim consists of about 35' of Mosheim resting on the Knox followed by about 30 - 35' of Lenoir shaly limestone and calcarenite. This is followed by 10 - 15' of brown-weathering dark limestone assigned to the Whitesburg. In the top beds in the road Whitesburg Trilobites are abundant. Bluff City - on road crossing Indian Creek at saw-mill are massive calcarenite on W side road at intersection. These contain rhynchonellids and are basal Lenoir. Above these are the characteristic cobbly Lenoir beds which are overlain by shales with Dicellagraptus. The Lenoir ranges from 40' - 100' thick.
July 10 - 18, 1944 Northern Virginia
[[stamped]] 0603 [[/stamped]] M. M. Bowman Jr. Co Hy 670 Appalachian Valley July 10, 1944 Left Washington July 9 at 1 P.M. and arrived Charlottsville 4:10 P.M. Stayed at B. N. Cooper's overnight. Section 4 miles SE of Harrisonburg on U.S. 33. Total of about 75 feet of "Mosheim" rock with intercolations of Lenoir type rock at base. Then 18' Lenoir lithology overlain 33' of vaughanite, then 15'+ of Lenoir type. Covered 210' Black ls. medium bedded 134' Then covered with scattered black sh + black ls. 163' Lumpy sh with thin ls 38' Black shale & thin limey beds 32' Sandstone ------- 4' Top of section 247' to bridge mostly graptolite sh. & some ls. Cryptolithus 150' above siltstone. Robergia 110' above siltstone.
[[stamped]] 0604 [[/stamped]] 2 miles S of Harrisonburg on both sides of U.S.11 Martinsburg ls.- shaly Limestone base with D. eda[[?]] [[left margin]] [[arrow pointing to bottom of page, under word under arrow]] down [[/left margin]] Nodular ls with Christiania 25' Nidulites bearing ls. with Nidulites 40' Black shaly limestone of Athens 1281' Coarse x ln ls. suggesting whitesburg 10' Lenoir 51' with many bryozoa Mosheim 161'
[[stamped]] 0605 [[/stamped]] Section showing open anticline 1/2 mile northwest of Linville Station. At top are sandy shaly beds with Cryptolithus and Calymene Below this are about 10' containing Reuschella and Eoplectodonta. This bed is somewhat massive dark sandy rock. Below this is a granular limestone for about 35' and below these black shaly limestone of Athens type. No typical Chambersburg here. Section on M. M. Bownan farm, on Co. hy 670. Take US 11 for 1/2 mile, turn east [[strikethrough]] of [[/strikethrough]] on Co. hy 670 for 1000' + - . Then go N about 500 down ravine between house & barn. Cryptophragmus about 60' below Greencastle bed with Christiania and Resserella. The Cryptophragmus is about 25' above the highest Nidulites. Many fusoid markings & snails.
[[stamped]] 0606 [[/stamped]] July 10 Lunch .40, Supper 1.20, Room July 11 Breakfast 0.55, Lunch 0.40, Supper 0.90 Room 2 nights 2.00. July 11 Lantz Mill Lowest Lenoir with small Sowerbyites suggesting negritus ornana. Cobbly material just above or on top of Lenoir abounds in Homotelus, in first ravine to N [[left margin]] Lantz Mill [[/left margin]] [[underlined]] Cryptophragmus [[/underlined]] in this section occurs with [[underlined]] Nidulites in cobbly [[/underlined]] Chambersburg type limestone. In the Lowville type of rock at top of sequence [[strikethrough]] occurs [[/strikethrough]] does [[double underlined]] not [[/double underlined]] contain [[underlined]] Cryptophragmus. [[/underlined]] Check horizon of my Lacey Springs Ampyxina. They must be lower Chambersburg.
[[stamped]] 0689 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 31 [[/circled]] Whitesburg type section - Some 20' of Mosheim followed by 30' of Lenoir with large Opikina and Maclurites. This is overlain by some 25' of yellow-weathering shaly ls. in which we found Christiania. Above this are Upper Lenoir-type of cobbly beds. Many of the cobbles are granular ls & have a shaly surface with some fossils. These are the Whiteburg fossils and there are some 10' of this material. It is overlain by platy Athens ls. of smooth dark gray texture and is like the Athens of Virginia November 1 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.10 [[/strikethrough]] Hotel (Abingdon, Va. 5.27 Supper 2.00 Gasoline 60317 Marion [[strikethrough]] 2.34 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch 0.90 Visited Lenoir beds at Marion and then went on to Meadow View to see beds at Geisler Mill. 2.1 miles NE of junction with VA 80 from Geisler Mill locality occurs a sequence of Mosheim followed by Maclurites, then [[strikethrough]] another layer [[/strikethrough]] a layer of dolomitized Maclurites beds. This is followed by more Mosheim-like rock and then comes nodular ls. with Dinorthis atavoides? This is followed by Athens
[[stamped]] 0690 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 32 [[/circled]] November 2 - Lunch added to Nov. 1 meal 0.25 Key objects to our correlation of Curdsville with M. Trenton. He says all call it the older Hull. He says sinuites zone is above [[strikethrough]] i [[/strikethrough]] the Curdsville in base of Hermitage or Logana mat in Curdsville. Now the Sinuites bed directly succeed Christiania bed and include everything from Christiania bed well up into Martinsburg. But Curdsville is basal Martinsburg probably. We have Curdsville on top of Collierstown If he correlates Christiania bed with Shosham, then Curdsville must underly the Oranda as it is Kirksfield (Hull). Visited crinoid locality south of Hansonville but the place is nearly cleaned out. Looked for other places but found only one where we collected Isophragmas. Afternoon went to Blackford for Benbolt but saw no collecting. Basal Benbolt is in all probability the very top of the Upper Lenoir. This permits us to block in the two zones of Isophragma, the Whitesburg one and the Benbolt one. Rain at night
[[stamped]] 0691 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 33 [[circled]] November 3- Gas 60470 2.59 Lunch [[strikethrough]]1.05[[/strikethrough]] Tip at Lebanon[[strikethrough]]0.75[[/strikethrough]][[arrow to lunch cost]] Room & board (Lebanon) 3 days 21.90 Butts on P. 40 Belleforte □ report correlates Rodman with lower Chambersburg Echinosphaerites zone. This is undoubtedly wrong as the Rodman contains Oranda fossils. Shipped 5 kegs from Tazewell. Visited Peery locality at Witteus Mills and then were rained out. November 4 - Breakfast 1.00 [[strikeout]] Lunch [[/strikeout]] Supper 2.85 Gasoline 60625 2.32 Went over to Porterfield Quarry for morning. Examined "Lenoir". On the Knox occurs a thin Mosheim followed by Calcarenite of Holston type and containing snails. Above this is blue-gray, cobbly limestone lithologically exactly like the upper Lenoir. At the bottom it contains valcourea and Paleostrophomena in great abundance. Then comes a small Sowerbyella in abundance. This is followed by similar rock but with less [[strikethrough]] fossils [[/strikethrough]] brachiopods but containing large cephalopods. Then comes the "Holston".
[[stamped]] 0692 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 34 [[/left margin encircled]] On way to Pulaski stopped at Sharon Sprs. locality to collect [[strikethrough]] ion [[/strikethrough]] silicified fossils. Overlying the Athens-like cobbly beds occur calcarenite and cobbly ls. with Dystactospongia, rare Stromatocerium which suggest Wardell. Cooper has already called them Belbolt. Above these occurs Moccasin. November 5 - Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.51 [[/strikethrough]] Hotel, Pulaski 3.50 Cabin at Christiansburg 3.50 At Quarryville we looked at the abandoned quarry near its east end. Here the ls. rock under the shale is coarse, thin to heavy-bedded calcarenite and undoubtedly is Holston. Beds of "Up. Lenoir" type were seen intercalated in the lower part of the sequence. Some of the quarry beds are a mass of small bryozoa. Evidently Butts identified Lenoir under the black shale at the west end of the quarry. The quarry rock at the end we investigated is most certainly Holston. Early morning went to Draper, Virginia where, on the Lecanospira zone of the Canadian occurs a chert conglomerate in the base of the middle Ordovician,[[guess]] This is followed by about 100' of
[[stamped]] 0693 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 35 [[/left margin encircled]] granular limestone containing abundant rhynchonellids throughout the entire thickness Also present in abundance is Mimella nucleus. Above the Calcarenite occurs a considerable thickness of cobbly limestone, the upper part of which is cherty. This upper part is strongly suggestive of the Lincolnshire but we were unable to find any fossils to prove the point. Cooper claims to have a thin representative of the Whitesburg, then comes the Athens. Next we visited a large quarry at the Claytor dam, 6 miles S of Radford. Here Mosheim overlies [[left margin]] Whistle Creek ? [[/left margin]] the Knox and is followed by some 200 feet of shaly, cobbly limestone in which Valcourea is common. These beds suggest the "Upper Lenoir" but we have no conclusive evidence Went to Ellett NE of Christiansburg and saw a sequence of ls. above Mosheim that has Whistle Creek fossils. Last year we thought this to be Lincolnshire but the fossils are more suggestive of Whistle Creek. Above these beds occur a few feet of granular limestone assigned to the Whitesburg. Spent two hours collecting in these beds and in the Athens between Ellett and Lustre's Gate.
[[stamped]] 0694 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 36 [[/left margin encircled]] Phone to R. S. Edmundson November 6- Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.25 [[/strikethrough]] Gasoline 60748 1.79 Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.12 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.90 [[/strikethrough]] Ask Kay for Vermont Christiania to illustrate in Ms. Look in Cady for Up. Chazyan mentioned in Kays Pennsylvania paper (p. 12) Write Twenbofel for Christianias from Newfoundland. Christiansburg to Salem, from Salem over to Catawba and collected most of morning at locality at junction of 114 and 311 about 1 mile W. of Catawba Sanatorium. This locality is quite definitely Whitesburg. Went east on 114 up Catawba Valley to Fincastle. Saw 3 localities one 3 miles East of intersection of 311 & 114 just at base of Mtn. Here much shaly ls of Up. Lenoir type occurs with many bryozoa overlying cherty ls suggesting Whistle Creek. Intercalated in this ls. are layers of Holston - like material. This intercalation is best shown on Catawba Creek 7 miles East of the intersection. Here a great mass of Holston exists with intercalations of dark shaly Whitesburg ls. abounding in Cystonatella. Eleven miles east of the intersection & 1/2 mile W of
[[stamped]] 0695 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 37 [[/encircled]] near Haymaker 500' of marble-like ls. overlies Lincolnshire and a considerable thickness of Mosheim. This marble contains fossils common at Porterfield quarry and is undoubtedly the Effna as claimed by BNC. November 7 - Breakfast 1.10 Lunch 0.30 Supper 2.00 Room (GAC at Clifton Forge, 1 night) 1.75 Rich Patch - Section 0.6 mile NW of junction 616 and 621 ^[[on Va 616]] on Va 616 showed a long section beginning with Whistle Creek at base, followed by Mosheim. Then comes a Lincolnshire interval in which we found Sowerbyites. This is followed by beds with Nidulites and then comes somewhat shaly ls. with Dinorthis transversa and Oxoplecia in abundance. This is followed by 180' of beds with abundant small Sowerbyella and, 90' above D. transversa, Cyclospira was found. Above the Sowerbyella beds come crystalline ls. with Oligorhynchia and Doleroides. Above the crystalline ls which is fairly thick comes fine shales. The same sequence appears on a property 0.6 mile SE of the junction of 616 and 621 on Va 621 ^[[on Va 621]]. Here the shaly beds above Oligorhynchia contain Tetradium in lower 25' and a zone of about 3' thickness about 85' above the base of the shale
[[stamped]] 0696 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 38 [[/encircled]] abounds in Doleroides. Above this bed the shale contains few limy lenses and is referred to the Martinsburg. About 1/2 mile SE on the same road where a large spring comes out of the hill occurs a longer sequence. Here Nidulites occurs in the upper beds at the angle of the fence west of the house. Cooper says upper Nidulites comes just under the Oligorhynchia bed. In section on Va 616 a Mosheim underlies the Whistle Creek beds. November 8 Breakfast 1.05 Lunch 1.50 Supper 1.90 Went over to Warm Springs Valley. First section about 1/2 mile SW f junction of US 220 with Va Co hy 606. Here a thick Mosheim is overlain by cherty beds which are followed by dark limestone with Nidulites. This is followed by a long sequence having Showerbyella and this by the Witten. Above the Witten comes shaly beds and thin limestone of the Moccasin (or Eggleston). The next section occurs 1/2 miles SW of Sinking Spring Church on US 220. Here an anticline occurs in the Mosheim. In the upper part of the Mosheim we found Tetradium cellulosan. Above the Mosheim are cherty beds of possible Lincolnshire age but we saw no fossils to prove it. Possibly the Mosheim here equals Lincolnshire. [[vertical note in left margin of last paragraph]] Vaughanite S of Sinking Spr. Ch = Lincolnshire [[/margin note]]
[[stamped]] 0697 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 39 [[/left margin encircled]] In the upper part of the cherty beds Nidulites is abundant. A considerable distance above Nidulites black ls. contained Dinorthis, sowerbyella and Mimella probably the Benbolt. The black ls extend for considerable distance and terminate with beds containing Lichenaria, T. fibratum, Strophomena and bryozoa. On top if this come characteristic platy Witten beds with Zygospira. 100' +- above the lower Witten comes red Moccasin for considerable distance Along the roadside about 1/2 - 3/4 mile SW of Sinking Spring Church the cherty beds are well exposed. About 40 - 50' occur below Nidulites and the cherty continues above the Nidulites beds. Possibly the Nidulites occur in the Lincolnshire. The cherty beds below Nidulites are probably Lincolnshire. In the first section seen SW of the junction of US 220, and 606 the basal beds above the Knox consist of alternating striped blue gray ls and dolomite beds 1 - 1 1/2' thick. This is the Blackford and may be the Tiger - striped beds of Kay according to BNC. This interval also contains chert conglomerate.
[[stamped]] 0698 [[/stamped]] [[margin encircled]] 40 [[/margin encircled]] [[margin vertical]] To reach Green Mount take road west from U.S. 11 numbered 721, follow 721 to Edom. In Linville take sharp turn west about 200 yds S. of store, at Edom turn left on Va 260 to 772. Turn West on 772 to 617. Church was at junction of 772 & 617. [[/margin vertical]] November 9 - Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.25 [[strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.90 [[strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 3.15 [[strikethrough]] Hotel (Clifton Forge 3 nights BNC & 2 nights Gal 12.50 Gasoline 60830. 1.28 Room Staunton, Va 3.50 Revisited Collierstown and went to locality 2 miles W of Brownsburg to see Whitesburg. November 10 Breakfast 1.00 Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.85 [[strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.75 [[strikethrough]] Car service & gasoline 60967 4.65 " [[ditto for: car]] storage 0.50 Rain all day. Called on B. H. Thompson near Singers Glen. November 11 - Breakfast 1.40 Lunch 1.20 Supper 3.30 Car storage 0.50 Room Harrisburg 2 nights 7.00 Morning went to Green Mount Church about 5 miles NW of Harrisburg. Take Va 260 on west side of Harrisburg by going W on U.S. 33 to Va 260. Green Mount church road is indicated by a sign. At Green Mount Church the road running west from the
[[stamped]] 0699 [[/stamped]] [[stamped]] 0762 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 41 [[/left margin]] Church shows Trenton opposite the Church, then Oranda in the field just before reaching the creek. Chambersburg, granular and dark occurs on the east side of the Creek. Then comes Athens type of rock west of the bridge. 0.1 - 0.2 mile north of the church on Virginia 617 occurs a splendid exposure of Trenton rocks which we identify as Salona on the grounds of finding Salonia. This section extends to the junction with Va. 777 at an old mill. The Salona contained many fossils that occur also in the Oranda [[strikethrough]] Salona [[/strikethrough]] such as Eoplectodonta Bilobia, Resserella, small Sowerbyellas. The Salona is quite definitely an extension of the Oranda fauna. About 100 yards west of the intersection of 617 and 777 occurs an sayserb[[guess] section of Oranda all of 30' thick. Here the Oranda is composed of alternating soft and hard layers. At the bottom occur small Reserella, Christiania, Hespecosthis and Bilobia, in the lower 5' Bilobia and small Resserella occur in countless numbers in this [[left margin vertical]] Look for Glassia in Colliers town collection. [[/left margin]] hard limy layers. In the upper 15' Glyptambonites, Renashella and Eoplestodonta are common. The very top bed contains Leptaena in great abundance. In the Salona Brongiartella occurs about in the middle of the exposed sequence at about the base by the hill. Pentorthis, Panastrophing, Eoplectodonta and the big rafinesquinoids occur above the Brongiartella. Cryptolithus was found throughout the Oranda and in throughout the Salona.
[[stamped]] 0700 [[/stamped]] [[stamped]] 0702 [[/stamped]] 42 November 12 - Phone to reserve room in Winchester 0.45 Breakfast - [[strikethrough]] 1.35 [[/strikethrough]]Lunch - [[strikethrough]] 0.85 [[/strikethrough]] Supper - [[strikethrough]] 2.55 [[/strikethrough]] Lodging Woodstock 3.00 Green Mount Church at junction 772 & 617 Cryptophragmus at Bownan Farm are in black somewhat shaly fracturing limestone somewhat of Athens type. Spent morning collecting at Green Mount Church. Fossils taken from Salona are from about 35' of beds. Went to Lacey Springs where we found Christiania with Robergia and Ampyxina through about 150 - 200' of rock hitherto called Athens November 13 - Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.90 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.05 [[/strikethrough]] Lodging Winchester 2 nights 6.00 Gasoline 61090 1.70 Morning visited locality along Swover Creek 0.6 mi. S of junction of 691 & 692, W of Lantz Mill. Ologorhynchia is very abundant in the lower part of the St. Luke formation. It occurs just over the fence which is approximately on the boundary between the St. Luke and underlying Edinburgh formation
[[stamped]] 0701 [[/stamped]] 43 Fossils are very scarce in the upper beds of the St. Luke. At this locality occurs an excellent section of Oranda and Martinsburg. Next went to Strasburg Junction to see section. The fossiliferous beds collected by Butts and the Cybelopsis bed are definitely under the granular beds we assign to the Whitesburg. The Cyrtonotella beds, we now believe belong to the Athens as revealed at Sharon Springs and the Porterfield Quarry This is the Athens that goes over into Ward Cove & Benbolt. Went to Hupp Hill to collect dirt and etching material. This is a superb section for Nidulites which occurs from the highway almost to the very top of the Chambersburg. Benbolt elements seen in the lower part of the Nidulites zone are Platycystites and Dinorthis Transversa. The latter occurs in the field where the innumerable etch pieces were collected. With it occurs Corineosthis and Christiania. Beds at the top of the Chambersburg section contain numerous Camerocladia.
[[stamped]] 0702 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 44 [[/left margin]] November 14 - Breakfast 1.20 Lunch 1.20 Supper 2.95 Rain all day but visited Rest where dark intercolations occur in the Mosheim. We found large ostropods and Strophonena in the dark granular rock. This suggests that "Lenoir" type rock interfingers with the Mosheim. We also saw several fossils suggestive of T. cellulosum but were unable to collect them because they were on large slabs. Went to locality 1.7 miles SW of Wadesville to locate Whitesburg said to be in that section. Between "Lenoir" and ^[[first]] Chambersburg type of rock occurs a considerable thickness of shaly and platy ls which include occasional thin granular plates or lenses. These granular masses contain fossils such as Corineorthis, Resserella, and Christiania. These indicate a relationship with post - Whitesburg Athens. No true Whitesburg was seen. At Strasburg Junction about 15' of granular and shaly limestone lie between the granular beds and the cherty Lincolnshires. These beds contain abundant Strophromena at base, trilobites and at top Whitesburg - type fossils appear. It all may be Whitesburg.
[[stamped]] 0703 [[/stamped]] [[margin]] 45. [[/margin]] November 15 - Breakfast 1.35 Lunch 1.85 Gasoline (61261) 2.22 Binneria at road crossing of US 50 over Opeqnon Creek, Echinosphaerites also Mileage on return to Porter St. 61336 to Capitol Garage 61342 On east side of Winchester saw black ls. beds in Mosheim all underlying beds with Oxoplecia.
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[[stamped]] 0704 [[/stamped]] 1945 August 30 All Whistle Creek specimens should be [[strikethrough]] relabelled [[/strikethrough]] relabelled to read 2 miles NW of Lexington. Saw a long section along collier creek on road beside Creek 12 mile NW of junction of 251 and ------ at pipe line crossing of road. Here we saw "Lenoir" with Whistle Creek fauna overlying the Mosheim. This is 167 feet thick and is followed by coarsely granular Murat about 5' feet thick then 40' dark bed st. 12 more ft. Murat. Above the Murat is "Lenoir" cottoning Sowerbyites. Dark granular limestone. 185' thick Coop got D. atavoides here also. Botetourt ls. not well developed or exposed but about 8' +/-. [[left margin]] 75 13 [[/left margin]] Metabentonite 50' above Botetourt This is followed by intercalations of slabby Athens ls and Cobbly Chambersburg the ls. 3 wobbly interrelations but only one good body of Athens type 400'. This unit abounds in
[[stamped]] 0705 [[/stamped]] Homotelus, Amyry x and other trilobites, mostly broken but with very little else. Then follows 15' of Athens lithology with Dinorthis transverse, and above this D. Transversa occurs through 60' of wobbly beds. These also contain ^[[Echinosphaerites]], Oxoplecia, Cluistiania. This I think is the brachiopod zone of the Strasburg section. Above this is cobbly limestone ca 200' thick. No Medilites [[?guess]] seen. Above this are 20' of dark granular ledge-making ls. Then 25' of striped "Athens" Above the Athens are 60' - 70' of gray argillaceous limestone with calcarenite lenses containing Rafinesquina, Lambephyllum. In afternoon visited Whistle Creek Area. About 1/2 mile down the creek and 70' below the Botetourt occurs D. Atavoides just over the Murat. Thus the Lincolnshire here is divided into two members by the Murat. The [[strikethrough]] Murat [[/strikethrough]] Whistle Creek below and D. Atavoides beds above. [[written vertically, left margin]] Write Larry Whitcomb for Salona material [[/left margin]]
[[stamped]] 0706 [[/stamped]] August 31 Section about 4 miles N of Rockbridge - Augusta line on Va 602 1 mile S of McKinley = RG 17 - on Walker Creek 2 collections [[image - drawing of geologic column]] _____________ 15' | Botetont ____________| 131' | Sowerbyites & } ____________| D. atavoides } cherty ls. Lncolnshire 5' | T. syringoporoides bearing vangharite 5 - 0 ales ____________| 229' | cherty ls. with big Lepeditia in lower | part, Multicostella, Strophomena & ____________| Dinorthis holderi. Blocky chert zone = Elway 15' | Impure calcilutyte } ____________| } Blackford 70' | Impure striped ls., gastropods } ____________| Knox | | ____________ | | [[/image]]
[[stamped]] 0707 [[/stamped]] 1/4 mi. E intersection 608 & 652, spring crosses road ca 6 mi SE of Stanton Va. Send Coop Warburg's paper
[[stamped]] 0708 [[stamped]] July 15 - Sept 8, 1946 July 5. Charge for $450 travellers checks [[strike-through]] 3.38 with P. E. Cloud July13[[check mark]] gals gasoline Washington [[strike-through] 1.60[[/strike-through] July 15 Started 7:10, Mileage 55697 Caster OK both wheels carbur 3/4 in left, 1 1/2[[degree symbol]] in right wheel should be 1/2[[degree symbol]] in both [[check mark]] Gas 10 gals Harrisonburg, Va (55832) [[strike-through] 2.40 [[strike-through] [[margin]] 0.55 0.75 ---- 1.30 [[/margin]] Lunch [[strike-through]]0.55[[/strike-through]] 9 gals, 3 qts Pulaski (No Receipt)[[strike-through]]2.33[[/strike-through]] Supper Pulaski [[strike-through]]0.75[[/strike-through]] Room Arbington [[strike-through]]2.50[[/strike-through]] July 16 Arbington 56086 Breakfast [[strike-through]]0.60[[/strike-through]] [[margin]] 0.60 0.50 0.80 ---- 1.90 [[/margin]] [[strike-through]] Lunch [[strike-through] Gas 11.3 gals Rutledge, Tenn (56193)[[strikethrough]]2.88[/[strikethrough]] Lunch [[strike-through]]0.50[[/strike-through]] July 17 {9.4 Mc Minneville [[strike-through]]2.35[[/strike-through]] {10.8 Linden, Tenn (56537) [[strike-through]]2.75[[/strike-through]] {toll over Pertyville bridge (56550.4 at End) [[strike-through]] 0.55 [[/strike-through]] supper [[strike-through]] 0.80 [[/strike-through]] Rosen Linden, Tenn [[strike-through]] 1.50 [[/strike-through]] July 17 [[margin]] 0.75 0.50 0.71 ---- 1.96 [[/margin]] Breakfast [[strike-through]]0.75[[/strike-through]] Lunch [[strike-through]]0.50[[/strike-through]] Gas & Oil Brownsville [[strike-through]]1.96[[/strike-through]] Supper, Wynna, Ark. [[strike-through]]0.71[[/strike-through]] Night lodging, Wynna, Ark [[strike-through]]1.50[[/strike-through]] Morning went down to Blue Mound Glade and collected until 10:30. Went through [[Merngaluis]] headed for Batesville but met construction and were forced to stay Wynna
[[stamped]] 0709 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 2 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin]] July 18 56 72 67 ___ 1.95 [[/left margin]] Breakfast & (56797) Wynne [[strikethrough]] 0.56 [[/strikethrough]] 10.8 gals gas 2.58 Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.72 [[/strikethrough]] Grease job, Batesville [[strikethrough]] 1.25 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 0.67 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] July 19 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.30 [[/strikethrough]] To go to Searcy Springs take Ark. 11 for 4.8 miles from intersection on NE edge of Batesville to Baptist Church then turn on side road. Supper [[strikethrough]] 0.72 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] July 20 0.67 .51 .82 ____ 2.00 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.67 [[/strikethrough]] Gas 7.1 gals. Batesville [[strikethrough]] 1.70 [[/strikethrough]] Good expanse of Ruddell on NW side intersection at ONeal about 12 miles W. of Batesville Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.51 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 0.82 [[/strikethrough]] Afternoon collected under trestle over Arkansas 106. Here along Ark 106 to east a nearly complete section of Moorefield is exposed. Shaly ls. overlies Boone but above this is fossiliferous Boone-like chert up to bend in road near top of hill. Just below top of hill Leiochynchus is abundant. Hill is held up by a thick sandy ls. with Lingula which is the very top of the Moorefield. The Ruddell lies on top of this bed
[[stamped]] 0710 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 3 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin]] July 21. 56 52 68 ____ 176 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.56 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.52 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Smithville, Ark. 9 gals. [[strikethrough]] 2.07 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 0.68 [[/strikethrough]] Mileage Batesville Sunday night 57130. Room Batesville 4 nights [[strikethrough]] 6.00 [[/strikethrough]] In morning went to Moorefield to see shale. Then went on to Black Rock, Imboden and Smithville to see Lower Orderrcian.[[guess]] [[left margin]] July 22 .61 .61 1.95 _____ 2.67 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.61 [[/strikethrough]] Gas, oil Conway, Ark 2.85 Lunch Clarksville, Ark [[strikethrough]] 0.61 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Webbers Falls, Okla [[strikethrough]] 2.20 [[/strikethrough]] Room 3 nights Muskogee [[strikethrough]] 6.00 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] $1.45 [[/strikethrough]] Left Batesville 6:30 AM. arrived Muskogee about 4:15 P.M. [[left margin]] July 23. [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.61 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.56 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.52 [[/strikethrough]] ______ 2.69 Collected Mayes east of Fort Gibson all day. [[left margin]] July 24 [[/left margin]] Breakfast 0.31 Supper 1.07 Collected south of Glendale school all day.
[[stamped]] 0711 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 4 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin]] July 25 41 70 1.07 ____ 2.18 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.41 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Muskogee [[strikethrough]] 2.08 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch, Prague, Okla [[strikethrough]] 0.70 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Norman, Okla [[strikethrough]] 2.22 [[/strikethrough]] Promised to send Decker exchange this fall. Supper Sulphur, Okla [[strikethrough]] 1.07 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] July 26 51 50 1.75 ____ 2.76 [[/left margin]] Room, Sulphur, Okla [[strikethrough]] 2.55 [[/strikethrough]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.51 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.50 [[/strikethrough]] Gas, Gainesville, Texas [[strikethrough]] 2.12 [[/strikethrough]] Supper, Fort Worth. [[strikethrough]] 1.75 [[/strikethrough]] Collected White Mound Rock Crossing. Called on Renfros in evening. [[left margin]] July 27 95 50 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.95 [[/strikethrough]] Room Fort Worth [[strikethrough]] 2.20 [[/strikethrough]] Car storage [[strikethrough]] 0.50 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Temple, Texas [[strikethrough]] 2.66 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.50 [[/strikethrough]] Grease, change oil, Austin 2.50 Supper at Barnes. [[left margin]] July 28 60 95 110 ___ 5.15 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.60 [[/strikethrough]] Room Austin [[strikethrough]] 2.10 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Fredericksburg [[strikethrough]] 2.12 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.95 [[/strikethrough]] Gas, Ozona [[strikethrough]] 2.25 [[/strikethrough]] Room, Fort Stockton [[strikethrough]] 3.00 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.10 [[/strikethrough]]
[[stamped]] 0712 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 5 [[/encircled]] July 29. Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.55 [[/strikethrough]] Hammer handle [[strikethrough]] 0.25 [[/strikethrough]] Water bag [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.69 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 0.70 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 55 69 70 --- 1.94 [[/left margin]] July 30 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.55 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.55 [[/strikethrough]] Gas [[strikethrough]] 2.64 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Collected all day at 706 & 706e Hammer handle, chisels [[strikethrough]] 2.45 [[/strikethrough]] July 31 Breakfast 0.45 Lunch 0.55 Supper 1.00 Collected all day at 702c. Aug. 1 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.60 [[/strikethrough]]Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.30 [[/strikethrough]] Sponge bed is 490 paces SW of bend at top of hill opposite storage reservoir on hill to S. From a point 490 paces SW it is 123 paces NW of road (at right angle to road. Supper [[strikethrough]] 0.95 [[/strikethrough]] Gas & oil [[strikethrough]] 2.30 [[/strikethrough]] 703d - In platy limestone some 15 - 20' above Aulosteges bed inside bend of road at head of canyon on way to Split Tank.
[[stamped]] 0713 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 6 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin]] Aug 2 80 80 100 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.80 [[/strikethrough]] Dolomite just above goniatite lens is 1/2 mile by road E of gate at large tank. Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.80 [[/strikethrough]] Repair tire [[strikethrough]] 0.75 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Alpine 8.7 gals [[strikethrough]] 2.15 [[/strikethrough]] Sacks for packing [[strikethrough]] 0.85 [[/strikethrough]] Lumber & hammer handles 4.29 Wedges for handles 0.10 Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] Aug 3. [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.70 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.46 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Laundry 1.00 [[left margin]] 326 [[/left margin]] Box 1. - 706e - 1; 703d - 1; 706 - 2; 703c - Z. [[left margin]] 387 [[/left margin]] Box 2 - 706e - 3; 702 - 1; 703c - Z. [[left margin]] Aug 4 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.45 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.85 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.35 [[/strikethrough]] ______ 2.65 [[left margin]] 303 - [[/left margin]] Box 3 - 706e - 2; 702 - 1; 703c - 1. [[left margin]] 280 - [[/left margin]] Box 4 - 706 - 3 [[left margin]] 365 - [[/left margin]] Box 5 - 702c - 1; 706e - 1; 707a - 1 [[left margin]] 315 - [[/left margin]] Box 6 - 702c - 3 [[left margin]] 319 - [[/left margin]] Box 7 - 706e - 1; 702c - 1; 703d - 1; 703e - 1; 702 - 1.
74 192 254 274 280 290 323 310 319 315 365 280 303 387 326 3798 ____ 4218 240 18 369 30 249 ____ 205 540 3 ____ 5281 5281 46 540 ____ ______ 5327 4741
[[stamped]] 0714 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 7 [[/left margin encircled]] 310 - Box 8 - 702c - 3; 703d - 1. 323 - Box 9 - 702c - 3; 703c - 1; 702 - 1. 290 - Box 10 - 703c - 3; 702 - 1. 280 - Box 11 - 702c - 2; 703c - 1; 702 - 1 274 - Box 12 - 702c - 1; 702 - 1; 703c - 1; 706 - 1. 254 - Box 13 - 702c - 2; 703d - 2. 192 - Box 14 - Miscellaneous & Decie Scacchinella bed. L. O. Kennedy - Marathon, Box 144 Send card of Museum. Score - 706e - 1, 3, 2, 1, 1, 8 703d - 1, 1, 1, 2. 5 706 - 2, 3, 1, 6 703c - 2, 2, 1, 1, 3, 1, 1, 11 702 - 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 7 702c - 1, 3, 1, 1, 3, 3, 2, 1, 2, 16 702e - several small blocks 3 706c - 2, 1, 3 706d - small 1 706b - 1 1 701d - 2, 2 4 701g - 1 1 701c - 1 1 707a - 1 1 707h - 1 1 ---- 69
[[stamped]] 0715 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 8 [[/encircled]] [[left margin]] Aug 5 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.45 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.65 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Cart boxes to station. Collected at elbow of Hess Canyon in afternoon [[left margin]] Aug. 6. [[/left margin]] Breakfast 0.45 Lunch 0.45 Supper 1.00 Gas 1.74 [[left margin]] 240 [[/left margin]] Box 15 - 706c - z; 706d several small 702e - Point of hill 1.1 miles S 21[[degree symbol]] E of divide on road to Old Word Ranch, point of hill and south of Mtn front for 1/4 miles Mostly beds with Rhipidomella Hess fossil bed of King. It is also 1.35 miles S 5[[degree symbol]] W of Leonard Knob 702c. Rain in morning. We packed and set up the remaining boxes. [[left margin]] Aug 7 [[/left margin]] Breakfast 0.45 Lunch 0.41 Supper 1.00 Collected on Wolfcamp Hills all day, mired on way in and out
[[stamped]] 0716 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 9. [[/left margin encircled]] 701g - Orthotichia bed at head of branch of canyon flowing north into main canyon. This material is considerably under the beds forming the dip slope of west side of this tributary canyon. [[left margin]] Aug 8 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.23 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.69 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] ------ 2.14 [[left margin]] 369 [[/left margin]] Box 16 - 706b - 1; 701d -2. [[erased]] 701a- [[/erased]]701g - 1; 702d many; 702e many [[left margin]] 249 [/left margin]] Box 17 - 706c - 1; 701g - 2; 701c - 1. Collected 702d & e in morning; packed two remaining boxes in afternoon. [[left margin]] Aug. 9. [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.45 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.50 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 0.85 [[/strikethrough]] Laundry No receipt 1.25 [[left margin]] 205 [[/left margin]] Box 18 - 707a - 1. 707h - 1; 707a - many small. [[left margin]] 46 [[/left margin]] Box 19 - tools Service car 3.45 Haul boxes to Station 1.28 11 nights Marathon 20.00
[[stamped]] 0717 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 10 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin]] Aug 10. [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.40 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.25 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 0.85 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Pecos [[strikethrough]] 2.50 [[/strikethrough]] Speedometer at Marathon 59072 Gas Artesia, N.Mex 1.92 Arrived Alamogordo,6 P.M. [[left margin]] 1.65 .85 ---- 2.50 [[/left margin]] [[left margin]] Aug. 11. [[/left margin]] Breakfast, Lunch 1.33 2 nights, Alamogordo 4.08 Went to canyon due east of N. Mex. school for blind, about 3 1/2 miles east of N. edge of city. Walked up canyon about 3 1/4 mile. Sly Gap exposed as yellow, silty ls breaking down into cobbles Dark silty shale beds present. Overlying Sly Gap comes Caballero for equivalent of The Chanteau.[[guess]] This is cobbly gray-blue grays. Containing fresh fossils [[left margin]] August 12. [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.51 [[/strikethrough]] Gas, oil [[strikethrough]] 2.69 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Denning [[strikethrough]] 1.72 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.95 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.17 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 1.45 1.17 ---- 2.62 [[/left margin]] Collected Percha at Georgetown N. Mex. all afternoon. To get to this place go to Santa Rita. Take left fork, going NE at east edge of Santa Rita for seven miles. Locality is just N of the hair pin loop at Georgetown in Silver City [[square symbol]].
[[stamped]] 0718 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 11 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin]]Aug.13 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]]0.95 [[/strikethrough]] Lodging Silver City [[strikethrough]]1.78 [[/strikethrough]] Gas, Oil, [[Bay?]] [[strikethrough]]2.50[[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]]0.56[[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]]1.00[[/strikethrough]] Lodging Springville [[strikethrough]]1.50[[/strikethrough]] Gas, lunch, N. Mex [[strikethrough]]3.00[[/strikethrough]] Collected in morning at a fine Perch a locality [[Pe?]]exactly 4 miles ENE of the east edge of Santa Rita, about center 20-175-11w at very edge of Silver City [[square symbol]].The locality is 1/8 - 1/4 mi north of the highway. [[left margin]]Aug.14[[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.56[[/strikethrough]] Gas [[strikethrough]] 2.70[[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.61[[/strikethrough]] Groceries [[strikethrough]] 1.00[[/strikethrough]] Lodging Grand Canyon [[strikethrough]] 1.40[[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.25[[/strikethrough]] [[margin]] 1.17 1 25 ---- 2 42 [[/margin]] [[left margin]]Aug.15[[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.71[[/strikethrough]] Gas, Grand Canyon [[strikethrough]] 3.30[[/strikethrough]] Lodging Jacob Lake [[strikethrough]] 2.78[[/strikethrough]] Supper Jacob Lake Ariz [[strikethrough]] 1.16[[/strikethrough]] Stranded Jacob Lake with a bad fuel pump. [[left margin]]Aug.16[[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.01[[/strikethrough]] Gas & oil 3.22 Supper, Cedar City, Utah [[strikethrough]] 0.90[[/strikethrough]] Service car change oil Cedar City [[strikethrough]] 5.49[[/strikethrough]] Lodging Cedar City [[strikethrough]] 2.00[[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]]Aug.17[[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.50[[/strikethrough]] Gas, Pioche, Nev. [[strikethrough]] 1.80[[/strikethrough]] [[strikethrough]]Gas, Ely Nev.[[/strikethrough]] Lunch, Ely Nev [[strikethrough]] 0.80[[/strikethrough]] [[strikethrough]] Supper [[/strikethrough]] Gas, Eureka, Nev. [[strikethrough]] 3.00[[/strikethrough]] Arrived Eureka 3 PM
[[stamped]] 0719 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 13 [[/left margin ecircled]] Look up collections of Little Oak and Odenville collected by Cloud and Bridges in 1943. [[left margin]] Aug 18 [[/left margin]] Devils Gate. barbecuing evening at Mitchel's at Ruby Hill. Breakfast 0.45 [[left margin]] Aug 19. [[/left margin]] Breakfast 0.55 Windfall Canyon [[image; drawing in left margin of geologic column as follows]] -------| 335' | Gray granular cherty ls. in beds up | to 1' separated by thinner ls. beds | fossil here -------| 226' | Mostly covered but evidently platy & | bedded ls up to 4", gray in color. | Looks [[symbol]] -------| 115' | Massive bedded light gray ls, hackly | fracture -------| Ca 500'| Yellow weathering, thin platy ls, | gray hackly in fresh fracture, often | light red on plates [[between vertical arrows pointing from top of 115' column to bottom Ca 500']] Zone 2 [[/between]] -------| 78' | 78' similar to below but more compact | and with 10'-12' massive layer at | base -------| 120' | Zone 1 - Dark blue platy ls. | weathering reddish, yellowish & brown | but with patches of blue [[between vertical line pointing from top of 78' column to bottom 120']] Zone 1 [[/between]] -------| | Dunderberg[[?]] -------| | Hamburg dol. -------| Nanorthis was seen on nose of hill over road about 50-100' above Elkania Thick bed.
^[[95]] [[stamped]] 0720 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 13 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin]] Aug 20 [[/left margin]] Up hill S 50[[degree symbol]] E from Car 3 - 195 Tinnie. This corner is in ravine N10[[degree symbol]] W from Water tower at Ruby hill and due south of peak at head of draw. Rock from pit at corner is ribbon banded, thin-bedded platy ls, dark gray when fresh but weathering yellow. At about 102' above pit comes ledge of dark gray thin-bedded cherty ls. welded into massive ledge. Hackly fracture 102' - 113' - same black chert 113' - 150' - covered 150' - 177' gray ls. weathering drab gray, thin-bedded with layers of [[left margin]] dark gray [[/left margin]] chert about 1 - 4" thick. Trilobite fragments on loose plates. N32 E 30[[degree symbol]] S. More massive at top and thicker bedded 177' - 195 - covered 195' - 206 - Ledge of light gray hackly fracturing ls, thick bedded, suggesting base of zone 3. 206' - 233' - top of hill in same ls. Long dip slope on SE side Prospect quartzite on hill opposite whole slope to east
[[stamped]] 0721 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 14 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin]] Aug. 21 [[/left margin]] 2nd block to N. Windfall (Ridge SE of Hamburg Mine) Zone 1. Weathered surfaces predominantly blue with pink & purple patelies Platy, conchoidally fracturing when plates are separated. Fresh fracture finely hackly, dark gray. Contains massive beds, being finely granular, almost smooth in fracture. contains some banded dark gray - black chert that weathers [[left margin]] dark or [[/left margin]] light yellow brown. Banded layers often welded into masses but fracture platy Layering into irregular & layers separated by irregular silicious layers. Zone 2 - Platy, predominantly yellow-weathering, light yellow to light gray in fracture, usually finely to moderately coarsely granular. Some plates fracture mouse gray, usually sparkling from calerite grains Zone 3 - 1 - 85' heavy-bedded ls., dark gray fine-grained hackly fractures. Layers from 1 - 3" up to 2 - 3'. Chert uncommon scattered and bedded. Sections of fossils numerous. Elkania in lower part Bedding wavy where seen on surface 2 - 30' - Thin,-bedded ls, yellowish surface, irregular bedding. Many trilobite fragments, Layers up to 4" 3 - 10' - Dark-weathering gray, heavy bedded ls. Mostly chert free where seen. 4 - 25' - Thin & thick bedded ls. with "oolites" at top. Section ends on long covered slope
[[stamped]] 0722 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 15 [[/left margin encircled]] On east slope of N end of ridge SE of Hamburg mine Narosthis, Leiostegium and associates occur 75' - 100' above the massive ledge at base of Zone 3. Schizambon occurs in platy ls about 15' above the Leiosteguym and is thus definitely Ord. Schizambon occurs in beds with Leiostegium. [[left margin underlined]] Aug 22 [[/left margin underlined]] Gas Eureka, Nev. 3.00 [[left margin]] Aug 24 [[/left margin]] Lodging 1 wk. 20.00 [[left margin]] Aug 29 [[/left margin]] Laundry 2.00 [[left margin]] Aug 31 [[/left margin]] Nails & glue 0.35 Newspaper for wrapping fossils 0.20 Rope 0.50 Wire 0.20 [[left margin]] Sept. 2 [[/left margin]] Collected up. Copenhagen on north slope of hill 8167 in Martins Ridge Lower beds in black shale containing Bimerina, Leptellina, Resserella. Higher beds contain unpure limestone with Simistes in lower part, followed by Oxoplecia, Bilobia. Above this beds are very unpure, mostly a ss., lumpy and like the Pranda. This contains Renschella, Sowerbyella and a few other brachs. Just above Renschella came [[underlined]] Cryptolithers [[/underlined]] [[left margin]] Sept. 3 [[/left margin]] Dinner 1.20
[[stamped]] 0723 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] Sept 5 [[/left margin]] 19 days board 33.25 [[left margin]] Sept. 6 [[/left margin]] Mileage on departure from Eureka 61629 Lunch 0.25 Mileage in Salt Lake City 61980 [[left margin]] Aug 7 [[/left margin]] Breakfast 0.90 Lunch 0.40 [[written through middle of two lines of preceding text]] [[?]]88 [[short line]] 6292 9 [[short line]] [[/written through middle of two lines of preceding text]] [[left margin]] Aug 8 [[/left margin]] Fare to airport 0.75 Porter Charge 0.50
[[stamped]] 0724 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 43 [[/left margin]] [[left margin encircled]] 1 [[/left margin encircled]] Trip to central Texas February 1946 [[left margin]] Feb 1. [[/left margin]] Purchase $140 in travelers cheques 1.05 [[left margin]] Feb. 7. [[/left margin]] Left Washington on National Limited at about 6:45. Taxi to station 0.30 [[left margin]] Feb. 8 [[/left margin]] Breakfast 1.15 Lunch 1.10 Supper 1.70 ---- 3.95 [[left margin]] Feb. 9. [[/left margin]] Below Palestine rain coming down in torrents. All this part of Texas a quagmire Breakfast 1.15 Lunch 1.40 Baggage 0.40 Arrived Austin on time 4:05 Met by Preston & Barnes. went to Bureau for two hours then to the Clouds for the night. [[undecipherable strikethrough]] [[left margin]] Feb. 10. 2 nights in Austin [[/left margin]] Spent day at Austin, morning at Bureau, afternoon in Memorial Museum. Evening had dinner with a large group from Texas U. Dinner 1.50 [[left margin]] Feb. 11 [[/left margin]] Left Austin about 8:30 AM. went to Honeycut bend on Pedernales R. [[strikethrough]] S [[/strikethrough]] E of Johnson City. Collected there in morning from lower heavy ledge of Pennsylvanian which rests on the Ivess and underlies the Marble Falls spiculite. Afternoon collected same horizon near Honeycut Spring. Here found large Spirifer, productids and Groceries ------ 1.70
Owe P.E.C. 1.75 Room in Llana 1.70 lunch materials PEC owes me 1.25 ----- $2.20
[[stamped]] 0725 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 2 [[/left margin encircled]] and Buxtonia, the latter suggesting the ones from the Barnett shale. Went to Marble Falls [[strikethrough]] fort [[/strikethrough]] and examined the sequence on the south side of the gorge of the Colorado R. Found few fossils. [[left margin]] Feb. 12 [[/left margin]] Lodging Feb. 11 - - 1.50 Supper Feb. 11 - 0.80 Breakfast Feb. 12. - 0.60 Supper Feb. 12 - 0.85 Collected Smithwick shale at Bend, then collected zones of Barnett shale 2 1/2 miles SSE of San Soba. Goniatites common in tiny[[guess]] beds throughout section Small Linoproductus & Leiorhynchus common in top 2'. [[left margin]] 298 150 --- 340 [[/left margin]] Lodging, Llano 1.75 [[left margin]] Feb. 13 [[/left margin]] Breakfast 0.75 Lunch San Saba 0.45 Supper 1.00 ---- 2.20 Bought 10 lbs. pecans 2.50 Left Llano for San Saba. Collected Barnett on road north of Llano. Collected Marble Falls on Texas 16 about 2 1/2 S of San Saba. A shale with Chonetes is underlain by a limestone containing Spirifer and Derbyia The two collections are to be kept separate. Lunched at San Saba. Went to Morrow collecting
[[stamped]] 0726 [[stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 3 [[/left margin encircled]] place on big Sloan Ranch and visited Knights "Goat tank" on same ranch NW of river crossing (Maxwells Crossing). First place the Morrow is bitumanious Ss. with many Marginifera. Night at Brady [[left margin]] Feb. 14 [[/left margin]] Breakfast 0.75 Lunch 0.60 Supper Brady 1.00 Lodging 2 nights (Brady) 4.00 Morning went north of Brady to collect Pennsylvanian fossils at Fife. Afternoon collected Chappel & Hamburg from sinks on San Soba River [[left margin]] Feb. 15 [[/left margin]] Breakfast 0.55 Lunch 0.65 Supper 1.00 Collected all day at T F 406 locality [[left margin]] Feb. 16 [[/left margin]] Breakfast 0.70 Kegs (16 ) 1.20 Supper 0.50 Collected all day on Barnett limestone on large area in Bear Spring area. T F 422 of Cloud.
[[stamped]] 0727 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 4 [[/left margin encircled]] Feb. 17 - Breakfast 0.35 [[left margin]] Feb. 17 [[/left margin]] Lunch 0.70 Supper 0.95 Collected at Whites Crossing 10 mi SW of Mason, Texas. [[left margin]] Feb. 18 [[/left margin]] Breakfast 0.75 Supper 0.55 Spent all day at Barton Ranch sec 1., [[strikethrough]] 12 [[/strikethrough]] 3200' S 14[[degree symbol]] W of Whites Crossing [[left margin]] Feb. 19. [[/left margin]] Breakfast 0.55 Supper 0.36 Supper Hotel (Mason 4 nights) 9.50 Barton Ranch sec. No, 2. in morning Here Leiorhynchus occurs low in the Burlington sequence. Afternoon went up Honey Creek about 1/2 mile above rock cabin to collect Chappel. Returned to Mason about 4:15. Left Austin about 4:50. [[left margin]] Feb. 20. [[/left margin]] Lunch 0.40 10 kegs [[encircled with arrow pointing to '0.75' entry]] 95 [[/encircled]] 0.75 Bags to head kegs 0.50 Spent most of day packing & shipping 16 kegs. [[left margin]] Feb. 21 [[/left margin]] Lunch 0.90 Supper 1.05 Fare to Washington 73.51 5 nights in Austin 10.00 Spent day about Austin in Cretaceon
[[stamped]] 0728 [[/stamped]] [[left margin]] 5 [[/left margin]] Kegs [[left margin]] No label [[/left margin]] [[strikethrough]] [[checkmark]] 1 [[/strikethrough]] TF 422 Barnett, E Side Bear Sp. an[[?]] [[strikethrough]] [[checkmark]] 2 [[/strikethrough]] " " " " " " " [[dittos for: TF 422 Barnett, E Side Bear Sp. an[[?]] ]] [[strikethrough]] [[checkmark]] 3 [[/strikethrough]] Whites Crossing [[strikethrough]] [[checkmark]] 4 [[/strikethrough]] - " " [[dittos for: Whites Crossing [[strikethrough]] [[checkmark]] 5 [[/strikethrough]] - 3200' S 14° W of Whites Crossing [[checkmark]] { [[strikethrough]] [[checkmark]] 6 [[/strikethrough]] - Pennsylvanian { [[strikethrough]] [[checkmark]] 7 [[/strikethrough]] - " [[ditto for: Pennsylvanian]] + [[checkmark]] 8 - [[checkmark]] 9 - [[checkmark]] 10 - [[checkmark]] 11 - [[strikethrough]] [[checkmark]] 12 [[/strikethrough]] - TF 406 [[strikethrough]] [[checkmark]] 13 [[/strikethrough]] TF 406 [[strikethrough]] 14 [[/strikethrough]] TF 406 [[strikethrough]] [[checkmark]] 15 [[/strikethrough]] TF 406, 417 [[strikethrough]] 16 [[/strikethrough]] Misc. Barton Ranch see Z [[left margin]] Feb. 22 - [[/left margin]] Keft Austin in on 10:10 train on Sunshine Special. Lunch 1.15 Supper 1.70 [[left margin]] Feb. 23 [[/left margin]] Breakfast 1.12 Lunch 1.60 Supper 1.75 ---- 4.47 [[left margin]] Feb. 24 Breakfast 1.00 Taxi to home 0.40
[[stamped]] 0729 [[/stamped]] 1947 October 26 - Left Washington 8:50 on Tennessean and arrived Knoxville at 9:45 Central Time. Met Al. Taxi 0.95 Lunch 1.80 Supper 2.00 Tip to porter 0.25 October 27 - Breakfast 0.46 Supper 1.12 Room 3 nights 10.50 Friendsville Oct. 28 - Breakfast 0.56 Lunch 1.05 Supper 1.63 Visited Friendsville with Phil King, J. Bridge, J. Dunlap. Granular beds behind Quaker Church are assigned to Mosheim by Dunlap. A swale in Knox is filled with bottom sweepings and overlain by Mosheim. Dunlap favored the idea that the calcasenites are really Mosheim. Dunlap took us to a place 1 1 2/ miles N of Friendsville on east edge of Concord sheet. Here Knox is overlain by Mosheim lithology and Lenoir lithology within short distances. In other words Lenoir and Mosheim occur together. The evidence is clear that Mosheim is Lenoir.
[[stamped]] 0730 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 2 [/encircled]] Oct. 29 - Breakfast 0.61 Supper 1.27 Spent day trying to locate faunas in Sevier in vicinity of Friendsville. Gooseneck fauna not same as Miser according to Al. A mile from Big Spring we collected brachiopods in high Sevier that suggested Benbolt. In afternoon scouted roads at Meadow, Rega and McMullens. Oct. 30 Breakfast 0.66 Lunch 0.78 Supper 1.48 ----- 282 Morning visited Lenoir at Lenoir City and Philadelphia and went on to Christiansburg. Afternoon Al and I ran roads south of Athens. Found a Sowerbyites zone in a sort of Biohermal mass about 1 1 2/ miles south-southeast of Athens. Irregularly bedded limestone, very impure in yellow-weathering shale contained Multicostella, Cyrtonotella, Dinorthis and Sowerbyites. The latter is small and very fine-lined. Nearly 3 miles south of Athens found nodules in yellow shale containing Dinorthis like willardi and Oligorhynchia. These two localities are extremely suggestive of Hogskin but some of the species and assemblage are not quite like the Hogskin
[[stamped]] 0731 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 3 [[/encircled]] Oct. 31 - Breakfast 0.77 Lunch 0.45 Supper 1.78 Lodging 3.50 Visited Heiskell and saw sections around Fleanor Mill. Nov 1. - Breakfast 0.82 Supper 1.60 Call Phil King twice 0.60 Visited Hogskin Valley and Evans Ferry. Moore's students found Oligorhynchia just under or over Sowerbyella bed opposite big white house in Evans Ferry section. I failed to find any but did see abundance of Plectocamara at the same horizon. This puts these two genera as high a Wardell. At Rose Hill Charley Wilson thought the beds between Curdsville and the thick Bentonite is upper "upper" Carters. The Witten and Mocassin are undoubtedly related to Lebanon and Carters. Mocassin may = Lebanon. We saw Nidulites in the Rose Hill section, Tenn. Bed on Tenn 33 about 1.7 miles NNE of Halls X roads are in the "Hogskin".
[[stamped]] 0732 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 4 [[/circled]] November 2 - Breakfast 1.00 Lunch 1.05 Supper 1.53 Visited Hogan section. Wilson thought upper Mocassin with fossils in Carters, and Eggleston between the Bentonites is upper Carters. Top of Eggleston is about 5' above top Benton. Most of our collections are from below lowest thick Bentonite. Call to Phil King 0.30 November 3 - Breakfast 0.77 Call Byron Cooper 0.55 Supper 1.73 Sent off boxes, went to Morristown and Bull Gap. Oligorhynchia beds in Guthie Gap occur on east side road as far south in gap as second house from church in gap. November 4 Breakfast 0.61 Call Byron Cooper 0.61 Supper 1.53 Visited Red Hill. Sowerbyites beds lowest part of Hogskin, followed by Dinorthis in abundance which extends to about middle of formation. Oligorhynchia in upper half. Afternoon went to Lee Valley
[[stamped]] 0733 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 5 [[/left margin encircled]] for OHosee. Lower Benbolt contains Paleostrophomena and bryozoa. Best locality about 1.4 miles NE of Lee Valley and 0.1-0.2 miles north of road. Nov. 5 Breakfast 0.72 Lunch 0.56 Supper 1.53 Tip 0.25 Room Morristown, 2 nights 4.50 Rye Cove and vicinity. Nov. 6. visited Hansonville and B N Cooper. Hotel Abingdon 2.50 Breakfast 1.15 Lunch 1.06 Tip 0.25 Nov. 7 Breakfast 0.85 Lunch 0.90 Supper 1.60 Hotel Blacksburg 2.50 Went from Blacksburg to Harrisonburg. Visited Dunkard Church & section SE of Harrisonburg.
[[stamped]] 0734 [[/stamped]] Nov. 8 Cabin Harrisonburg 2.00 Breakfast 0.85 Lunch 0.75 Supper 0.80 Sections from Harrisonburg to Strasburg. Arrived Washington 9:00 P.M.
[[stamped]] 0735 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 1 [[/circled]] October 1948 79423 Grease job 79612 Oct. 9 Left Washington 7:30 A.M. Mileage 79243 Lunch Lexington √0.65 Wrecking bar √0.65 Gas, oil, grease job, Lexington √6.99 Gas Wytheville, Va 2.10 Supper [[circled]] tip .25 [[/circled]] 1.65 Room, Abingdon, Va 3.00 Oct. 10 Breakfast √0.75 Intersection 3.55 - 2.65 = 0.9 mile to Sowerbyites bed south of Athens 93.55 Gasoline (Knoxville, Tenn.) √3.03 Lunch (Lenoir City) √0.68 Tip √0.20 Supper √1.68 Room, Athens, Tenn. √2.50 [[left margin]] 75 168 68 ---- 311 [[/left margin]] Oct. 11 Saw good Lenoir ss between Lenoir City & Philadelphia, on both sides of US 11 On Knox about 3/4 mi SE Britton Ch. Calhoun [[square symbol]] are some 5 - 10' of red & green shales, then about 250' covered on road to lower Athens shale with Riceville fossils Breakfast √0.75 Lunch √0.41 Supper √1.50 Alhambra Court 3 nights √6.75 Repair carburetor √2.45 Gas Sweetwater √2.15 [[left margin]] 1.16 1.50 ---- 2.66 [[/left margin]] Early in morning visited section on Hiwassee River SE of Charleston. Christiania beds culminating in peculiar oolites suggest assignment to the
[[stamped]] 0736 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 2 [[/circled]] Whitesburg. At locality about 5 miles NE of Charleston (3/4 miles SE of Britton Church The Knox is 300' east of road intersection. It is followed by 5' of variegated red & green sh (red at base, green at top. Then 250' are covered when the brown sandy shale of the Riceville beds appears. Above these are black platy limestone of the Athens. The sequence is thus very much like that at Charleston as regards the Christiania beds. It is interesting to note that Keith on the Louden Sheet pinches the Athens out between the south west edge of the map and Christiansburg. The passage to limestone is not complete here but does become complete at Friendsville. At the Britton Church place, as at Charleston, the Christiania beds could be set out as a member.
[[stamped]] 0737 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 3 [[/encircled]] Oct. 12 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.51 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.77 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.07 [[/strikethroigh]] 05 Morning collected at Negro Cemetery on east side of Friendsville. Went to Friends Church. Opposite church in ditch are red & green shaly rocks, similar to those seen SE of Britton Church locality. Possibly it is rotten dolomite, possibly Blacksford. It is not exposed behind the church. In the section 1 mile NE of Friendsville about 10' above the [[underlined]] Valcourea [[/underlined]] granular ls. occur large sowerbyites-like brachiopods suggesting the Plectamberutes amplus of Raymond seen abundantly at Christiansburg. No [[underlined]] Christiania [[/underlined]] occur with these and I assume them to be a different species: In the section on the south side of the road the Billings area beds are beautifully displayed. They appear just above the granular Valcourea beds at the edge of the woods on the beginning of the east slope of the first hill which is composed of the Mosheim. Billings area occurs commonly on east slope of second hill just west of stream & house. The west slope and top of the hill just east of the first house are composed of blue-gray shaly ls. On the east slope of this hill the Christiania come in by the thousand but no perceptible lithological change occurs
[[stamped]] 0738 [[/stamped]] Oct. 13 [[encircled]] 4 [[/encircled]] Breakfast 0.72 Lunch 0.26 Supper 321 2.03 Check Stroph. mesleri for a specimen from Hogskin from Fleenor Mill. This is not Hogskin but S. tennesseensis from road brought into field Repair rear tire [[strikethrough]] 2.75 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Knoxville [[strikethrough]] 2.32 [[/strikethrough]] Oct. 14 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.46 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.03 [[/strikethrough]] Room (one night) Knoxville [[strikethrough]] 2.25 [[/strikethrough]] Phone call to Blacksburg [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] No Hogskin east of Mt. Eager Church over to Liberty Hill. In Wardell 0.3 mile SW of Little Barren Church is a fine display of Stromatocerium just under Hesperorthis beds. A conspicuous band of red rocks occurs well under (100' or more) under the [[underlined]] Hesperorthis. [[/underlined]] The Benbolt of the Rose Hill Tenn. Belt is like that at Lone Mtn.
[[stamped]] 0739 [[/stamped]] Oct. 15 [[encircled]] 5 [[/encircled]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch (2 days) 18 + 69 0.87 Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.61 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Morristown [[strikethrough]] 2.36 [[/strikethrough]] Visited St. Clair, Otes & Whitesburg. Big sink between Qy and St. Clair shows fairly thick layer of calcarenite or Effna limestone. The calcarenite is overlain by shale. Several cobbly (3) ls. bands seem definitely to be sandwiched in the shale The Otes cut suggests Whitesburg rather than Athens. Found [[underlined]] Trinodus [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] Bronteopsis. [[/underlined]] Oct. 16 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.81 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch 0.00 Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.65 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Morristown, Tenn. 2.20 Went to Eidson. Lincolnshire shaley band with Dinorthis atavoides is very suggestive of Hogskin lithology. The rock also suggests cobbly Lenoir but is much yellower. Paleostrophomena is not at the base of the Benbolt but is near the base. The Wardell here is also quite suggestive of the Lone Mtn. Belt.
[[stamped]] 0740 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 6 [[/encircled]] Oct. 17 Tip at Middlesboro [[strikethrough]] 0.25 [[/strikethrough]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.00 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.65 [[/strikethrough]] Room Morristown 2 nights [[strikethrough]] 5.00 [[/strikethrough]] Visited Thorn Hill - Evans Ferry belts. At Evans Ferry the crinoids come from just above Sowerbyites Most of the Strophomena (large) are from above Hesperosthis. Oct. 18 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.75 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.44 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.70 [[/strikethrough]] Store car [[strikethrough]] 0.75 [[/strikethrough]] Grease car, gasoline [[strikethrough]] 3.46 [[/strikethrough]] Visited Hagan & Station Creek Qy. Oct. 19 Carter barn loc, is 0.55 mi NE of [[triangle symbol]] Rooms 2 nights, Middlesboro, phone [[strikethrough]] 6.44 [[/strikethrough]] Car repair [[strikethrough]] 0.50 [[/strikethrough]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.80 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.44 [[/strikethrough]] Tip [[strikethrough]] 0.30 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.65 [[/strikethrough]] Car storage [[strikethrough]] 0.75 [[/strikethrough]]
[[stamped]] 0741 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 7 [[/encircled]] Oct. 20 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.70 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.12 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.65 [[/strikethrough]] Gas and oil, Abingdon [[strikethrough]] 2.45 [[/strikethrough]] Car storage [[strikethrough]] 0.50 [[/strikethrough]] At Rye Cove, Carters barn locality, shaly rocks form a bluff just down hill from the fossil bed at the barn. In the lower part of this bluff Benbolt fossils appear. Furthermore Williams found Strophomens, like S. tennesseensis just down road from west angle of triangle opposite garage. Visited Tumbey and Hansonville localities Oct 21 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.70 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.38 [[/strikethrough]] Supper with B. N. Cooper Lodging 2 nights Abingdon. [[strikethrough]] 7.00 [[/strikethrough]] Telephone [[strikethrough]] 0.81 [[/strikethrough]] Car storage [[strikethrough]] 0.50 [[/strikethrough]] Gas (Wytheville) [[strikethrough]] 2.44 [[/strikethrough]]
[[stamped]] 0742 [[/stamped]] Oct. 22 Tip 0.20 Breakfast [[checkmark]] 0.75 Oct. 23 Car storage & antifreeze [[checkmark]] 2.00 Hotel 2 nights, Blacksburg [[checkmark]] 6.00 Breakfast 0.75 Lunch 0.75 Supper 1.65 Gas, Buckman Va [[checkmark]] 2.47 [[left margin]] [[vertical wavy line to end of entry]] [[/left margin]] Blacksburg to Harrisonburg with visits to Dunkard Church Green Mount Church Oct. 24. Breakfast 0.75 Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.95 [[/strikethrough]] Car storage, Harrisonburg, Va. [[strikethrough]] 0.75 [[/strikethrough]] Room, Harrisonburg, Va [[strikethrough]] 3.00 [[/strikethrough]] Tip [[strikethrough]] 0.20 [[/strikethrough]] Gas, Winchester [[strikethrough]] 2.63 [[/strikethrough]]
[[stamped]] 0743 [[/stamped]] 1948 July 9 [[left margin]] 5.00 room .85 breakfast 1.15 lunch 2.40 6 qts oil [[/left margin]] Collected Montoya on Scenic Drive and LK in morning. Collected [[underlined]] Haplostiche [[/underlined]] beds (Georgetown fm - Weno - PawPaw beds) on Christo Rey Mtn, on slope over and above RR Tunnel, about 1/2 mi E of Bowen, N.M. This is only local between El Paso & Frontera where [[underlined]] H. texana [[/underlined]] occurs. Probably Conrads Type local. N [[left margin]] .97 breakfast 3.22 gas 1.08 lunch 2.50 supper [[/left margin 10 July Breakfast 0.97 Gas Bayard, N. M. 3.22 Lunch 1.08 Supper 4.55 [[strikethrough]] 2.50 [[/strikethrough]] July 11 Breakfast 1.33 Lunch 0.25 Supper 1.73 On July 10 visited locality at Georgetown and collected there all day. July 11 went to locality 4 miles E of Santa Rita. Collected there about 3 hours. Collected on road 4 1/2 miles E of Santa Rita, then collected a wash on south side of road 5 miles east of Santa Rita. Collected at Bear Mtn. from 4 to 5:30 P.M. Take Bear Mtn lodge road N of Silver City, pass turn-off to Bear Mtn. Lodge and continue on main road to locality 6 1/2 miles from Silver City. Persha is in bluff on N side of road.
[[stamped]] 0744 [[/stamped]] July 12. Breakfast 1.33 Lunch 1.58 Supper 2.10 [[left margin]] 368 133 ---- 501 [[/left margin]] telegram to Marathon ARL .90 9.8 gas, car greased ARL 4.30 3 days room 13.77 ----- 23.98 Collected at Bear Mtn in morning. Drove to El Paso. July 13. Breakfast 1.20 Lunch ARL 1.70 Supper ARL 3.00 10.3 Gas El Paso 2.84 Gas, Marfa, Texas 3.77 hammer handle and wedges .35 July 14 Breakfast ARL 1.20 lunch ARL .74 Supper ARL 3.55 Collected Word at Sullivan's Peak and Hess also. July 15 breakfast ARL 1.40 lunch ARL 1.29 Supper ARL 1.70 friction tape .15
[[stamped]] 0745 [[/stamped]] July 15 - Split Tank - July 16. Breakfast ARL 1.25 lunch ARL .84 10 gal. gas 2.80 Supper 2.15 Collected on W side Split Tank and on N side road opposite Word Ranch July 17 Breakfast 1.30 lunch 1.11 Supper 1.90 Gas Marathon 2.92 Lumber et al. 36.41 gunny sacks 1.40 Groceries 1.65 Paint 0.15 [[written vertically between previous two columns]] Collected 706c. Went to Alpine packed boxes on return. [[/written vertically between previous two columns]] July 18 Breakfast ARL 1.45 Supper 2.85 Collected Word ls #7 in morning Worked on slope N of Hess Ranch in afternoon. Packed 5 boxes. Box labelled sponges is slope N of Hess Ranch. July 19 Breakfast 1.40 Supper 2.00 Lunch ARL .26 July 20 Breakfast 1.40 Lunch 0.76 Supper ARL 1.95
[[stamped]] 0748 [[/stamped]] July 21 Breakfast A.R.L. 1.40 Lunch 396 0.46 Supper 2.10 Gas 2.32 July 22 Breakfast 1.40 Lunch 1.70 Supper 1.85 Lumber for boxes 11.29 Hammer handle 0.89 Packed boxes all day - 25. [[[[left margin]] [[checkmark]] [[/left margin]] July 23 Breakfast 1.40 Lunch 1.75 Wire for tags 0.15 Supper 3.35 July 24 Breakfast 1.50 Lunch 1.25 Supper 2.25 Hauling boxes 4.00 Room 12 days 60.00 Laundry 6.65 Pencil leads 0.05 Mexican labor 0.50
[[stamped]] 0749 [[/stamped]] July 25 Breakfast 1.40 Lunch 2.15 Supper 1.50 Gas [[underlined]] McCarney [[/underlined]] 13 gals. 3.72 Miss Earlene Fallis Parkway Hotel [[underlined]] Marathon, [[/underlined]] Texas. Gas Coleman 3.40 Room, Cisco 5.00 July 26 Breakfast 1.20 grease job A407 1.25 Lunch 1.55 Supper 2.15 Room Breckinridge 5.00 July 27 Breakfast 1.65 Gas Breckinridge 3.56 Lunch 1.00 Supper 3.10 Room Fort Worth 6.00 July 28 Breakfast 1.25 Lunch 0.37 Gas & oil 3.91 Supper 2.00 Cabin Jacksboro 4.50
[[stamped]] 0750 [[/stamped]] July 29 Breakfast 0.95 Lunch 1.40 Supper 3.50 ----- 5.85 July 30 Breakfast 1.30 Supper 1.90 10 gal. gas ARL. 2.39 July 31 Breakfast 1.30 Lunch 1.40 Supper 5.50 Gas 2.77 2901 Bomar Ft. Worth 3, Texas Aug 1. Breakfast 1.30 Lunch 4.10 Candy 2.00 August 2 Breakfast 1.20 Lunch 2.05 Supper 2.64 Room & Laundry Ft. Worth, 4 nights 27.17 Gas, Ft. Worth 3.38
[[stamped]] 0751 [[/stamped]] August 3. In Spring Creek section platy limestone between Hesperosthis and bryzoan bed under massive limestone is packed with strophomena. This probably is about equivalent to the upper part of the section at Criner Hills (Rock Crossing). Breakfast 1.22 Tips ARL 0.40 Lunch 2.10 Supper 2.24 96 August 4 Arbuckle ls, 2 blocks collected, East side Okla 18, 3 miles S of Nebo Store, Carter Co., Okla. about center 2 - 3S - 3E. Oil Creek on Okla 18, 2 miles S Nebo store. Sulphur locality is 1.8mi. S of Sulphur. At Sulphur locality Sowerbyites is common on west side road at top of cut. Base of "reef" on west side road is very sandy. All beds on both sides of road belong to green shale interval of Bromide. On east side road not far over fence Hesperosthis occurs. Probably the Criner interval.
[[stamped]] 0752 [[/stamped]] August 4 Breakfast 1.21 Gas Sulphur 2.42 [[left margin]] 121 244 [[/left margin]] Room, Sulphur, 2 nights 11.22 Gas Muskogee, Grease job 4.43 Went one mile east from Ford. Room Muskogee 2 nights 8.00 Supper 2.44 August 5. Breakfast - 1.48 Lunch - 1.35 Supper - [[checkmark]] Sacks 0.98 Aug 6 [[written between meals and cost of meals]] 133 138 ---- 271 240 [[/written between meals and cost of meals]] Breakfast 1.33 Lunch 1.38 Nails 0.46 Supper 2.40 Room, Vinita, Okla. 6.00 August 7. Loeblich has $14.83 Breakfast 1.22 Gas Vinita 3.87 Lunch 0.50 Room (Bartlesville) 6.00 Aug. 8 Lunch 1.58 Gas (Independence) & oil 3.47 Leiorhynchus locality is 5 mi N of Copan to [[triangle symbol]] on US 75, 2 1/4 mi. E of US 75, NE 1/4 SW 1/4 23 - 29N - 13E, Washington Co map, Okla.
[[stamped]] 0753 [[/stamped]] August 9. Lunch 1.92 Gas Fairfas, Okla. 3.92 Supper, Vinita 1.83 Room Vinita 6.00 Aug 10 Breakfast 1.12 [[written between meals and cost of meals in this entry]] 112 97 306 ---- 05 [[/written between meals and cost of meals in this entry]] Lunch 0.97 Gas Nowata 3.42 Cabin 2 nights (Muskogee) 10.00 Supper 3.06 August 11. Breakfast 1.43 Lunch [[checkmark]] 91 0.93 Supper 2.55 Gas Tahlequah 3.42 Burlap sacks 0.70 Harrell L. Strimple 412 Wyandotte Bartlesville, Okla. August 12 Breakfast 1.33 Lunch 0.54 Supper 3.00 Room 2 nights 10.00 Tip (dinner) A.RL 0.25 Aug. 13 Breakfast 1.32 Grease job 1.00 Tacks, tags 0.35 Lunch 1.15 Supper 3.11
[[stamped]] 0754 [[/stamped]] Aug 13 cont'd Gas Muskogee 4.09 Aug 14 Breakfast 1.28 Lodging Muskogee 5.00 Lunch 1.74 Supper 3.56 658 On Aug. 14 Al had 14.58 I turned over 20.00 ------- Total to Al 34.58 Aug 15 Breakfast 1.12 Lunch 0.56 Gas, Tulsa Mileage 6990 3.89 Check bags 0.20 supper 0.97 168 97 --- 565 Aug 16 Breakfast 1.48 Porter tip 0.25 Lunch 1.53 Supper 2.45 ----- 5.71
[[stamped]] 0755 [[left margin encircled]] 1 [[/left margin encircled]] Trip to Minnesota and Mississippi Valley 1949 June 15 Convert $900 to travelers cheques [[strikethrough]] 6.75 [[/strikethrough]] Purchase liability insurance [[strikethrough]] 10.50 [[/strikethrough]] June 16 Sponge rubber for seat [[strikethrough]] 3.00 [[/strikethrough]] 2 Rucksacks [[strikethrough]] 7.09 [[/strikethrough]] Mileage at 20740 start June 20 Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.39 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 1.39 242 ---- 3.81 [[/left margin]] Gas Berryville, Va 15.1 [[strikethrough]] 4.47 [[/strikethrough]] " [[ditto for: Gas]] Clarksburg, W. Va 12.7 [[strikethrough]] 3.81 [[/strikethrough]] " [[ditto for: Gas]] Chillicothe, Ohio 12.7 [[strikethrough]] 3.57 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.42 [[/strikethrough]] Lodging, Hillsboro, Ohio [[strikethrough]] 5.00 [[/strikethrough]] [[strikethrough]] June 17 Breakfast Lunch [[/strikethrough]] June 21 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.07 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch. [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[/strikethrough]] June 22 Gas. Springfield, Ohio 12.7 [[strikethrough]] 3.10 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 1.03 242 ---- [[/left margin]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.03 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Dundee, Mich. 12.5 [[strikethrough]] 3.46 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.42 [[/strikethrough]] Lodging Dundee Mich [[strikethrough]] 4.00 [[/strikethrough]] Collected Silica shale for 3 hours.
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[[stamped]]0756[[/stamped]] [[circled]] 2 [[/circled] 288 96 --- 192 [circled]] 2 [[/circled]] June 23 [[left margin]] 1.13 1.45 3.34 ---- 5.92 [[=sum of meals cost June 23]][[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.13 [[/strikethrough]] Tire & [[strikethrough]] 4.80 [[/strikethrough]] gas. Bay City, Mich. 9.0 [[strikethrough]] 2.40 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.45 [[/strikethrough]] [[note in left margin]] see below [[line leading to "Lodging"]] [[/note in left margin]] Lodging Alpena (1 night) See Below 5.00 [[arrow pointing to last line of page - "5 nights"]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 3.34 [[/strikethrough]] Groceries[[Strikethrough]][[circled] 1.92 [[/circled]][[/strikethrough]] [[line leading from "1.92" to note in left margin]] 1.41 2.36 ---- 3.77 1.92 ---- 5.69 [[=sum of cost of food for June 24]] [[/note in left margin]] June 24 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.41 [[/strikethrough]] Canteen [[strikethrough]] 1.63 [[/strikethrough]] grease job [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] gas Alpena, Mich 11.1 [[strikethrough]] 3.12 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.36 [[/strikethrough]] Food -(for lunch) [[strikethrough]] [[circled]] .53 [[/circled]] [[strikethrough]] [[line leading from ".53" to note in left margin]] 1.13 3.00 .53 ---- 4.66 [[= sum cost of food June 25]] [[/note in left margin]] June 25 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.13 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 3.00 [[/strikethrough]] [[line across page]] June 26 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.35 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 3.80 [[/strikethrough]] [[note in left margin]] 1.13 1.55 1.90 ---- 4.58 [[= sum cost of meals June 27]] [[/note in left margin]] June 27 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.13 [[/strikethrough]] Dinner [[strikethrough]] 1.55 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.90 [[/strikethrough]] Gas 11.2 [[strikethrough]] 3.13 3.14 [[/strikethrough]] Lodging 5 nights Alpena 25.00
3.35 1.38 [[line]] 4.73
[[stamped]] 0757 [[/stamped]] [[Circle]] 3 [[/Circle]] June 28 [[Margin]] 1.13 1.44 2.58 ---- 5.15 [[=sum of meals cost June 28]] [[/Margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]]1.13 [[/strikethrough]] Ferry at Mackinaw City [[strikethrough]] 2.50 [[/strikethrough]] Gas, Manistique 13.4 gals. [[strikethrough]] 3.95 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.58 [[/strikethrough]] Cabin Escanaba [[strikethrough]] 4.50 [[/strikethrough]] ---- 16.10 [[Margin]] 0.93 1.40 2.25 ---- 4.58 [[=sum of meals cost June 29]] [[/Margin]] June 29 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.93 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Lasna [[?]] 12.5 [[strikethrough]] 3.73 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Ladysmith [[?]] Wise 10.2 [[strikethrough]] 3.01 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.40 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.25 [[/strikethrough]] Cabin [[strikethrough]] 4.00 [[/strikethrough]] [[Arrow from "4.00" to "July 1"]] June 30 Breakfast Lunch at Univ. of Minn. [[strikethrough]] 0.90 [[/strikethrough]] Cabin [[strikethrough]] 4.00 [[/strikethrough]] Gas 10 gal [[strikethrough]] 2.96 [[/strikethrough]] July 1 Breakfast 0.90 Lunch [[insert]] 3.80 [[=cost of meals July1]][[/insert]] 1.35 Supper 1.55 July 2 Breakfast 1.10 Lunch [[insert]]3.95[[= sum cost of meals July 2]] [[/insert]] 0.60 Supper 2.25
[[stamped]] 0758 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 4 [[/left margin encircled]] July 2 1/2 mile S and east on road just at south end of Cannon Falls. full section of Middle 0rd. St. Peter and Glenwood exposed just east of junction with U.S. Hy. 52. McGregor well exposed in small Qy. about 1/4 mile east of Junction Spechts Ferry on road-side just beyond (east) of McGregor exposures. One mile east of junction with US. 52 is an exposure abounding in cup corals, Phynelotreus Duiorthis pectinella,and small conical Prospera. This I believe to be Guttenberg. The same material occurs on the N side of the road about 0.1 mile east of Guttenberg. Here Pionoderma is fairly common with Resserella. On south side of road 1.1 mile from intersection is a bank with crumbly limestone which overlies the Guttenberg material This contains Clitambonites, Platystrophia, Rafinesquina. It is the Ion or Prosser.
[[stamped]] 0759 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 5 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin vertical]] Top of platy is Spechts Ferry, not Gregor as marked? [[/left margin vertical]] July 3- Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.35 [[/strikethrough]] Hill just east of Chatfield on Minnesota Hy 74. Top of platy ls contains Eozyga and Pionodema. In shale just above ls. comes abundance of Doleroides and Pionodema. The Doleroides are like The fine ones in the US NM coll. which are probably from this horizon. Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.60 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.50 [[/strikethrough]] Cabin 3 nights [[strikethrough]] 14.25 [[/strikethrough]] [[written between meals and costs of meals in preceding entry]] 1.35 1.60 2.50 --- 5.45 [[/written between meals and costs of meals in preceding entry]] Send list to Charley Bell of species on which I need locality data. July 4.- [[left margin]] 1.00 1.02 1.89 --- 3.91 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] gas gal 9.4 [[strikethrough]] 2.81 [[/strikethrough]] Lodging Charles City [[strikethrough]] 4.00 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.02 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.89 [/strikethrough]]] ___________________________________________________________________________ [[left margin]] 1.02 1.07 1.53 --- 3.62 [[left margin]] July 5 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.02 [[/strikethrough]] Grease } [[strikethrough]] 3.88 [[/strikethrough]] Gas 10 gal } Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.07 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.53 [[/strikethrough]] Cabin 2 nights Decorah [[strikethrough]] 10.00 [[/strikethrough]]
[[stamped]] 0760 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 6 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin]] 0.80 115 184 ____ 3.79 [[/left margin]] [[left margin vertical]] Grease job 23100 [[/left margin vertical]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.80 [[/strikethrough]] 3/4 mile NE of Ft. Atkinson on Iowa 24. good exposures of FT. A. cherty ls & dolomite overlying greenish shale of the Clermont member. Few fossils in either formation. Fayette Co map. [[strikethrough]] 0.15 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.15 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.84 [[/strikethrough]] Excellent locality for Clermont of Maquoketa just south of Turkey Creek opposite Eldorado, Fayette Co. Large [[underlined]] Austinella [[/underlined]] common. [[left margin]] 1.02 0.75 1.80 ____ 357 [[/left margin]] July 7. Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.02 [[strikethrough]] Bridge toll [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[strikethrough]] Gas 8 gal 1 qt. oil [[strikethrough]] 2.98 [[strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.75 [[strikethrough]] Cabin, Mineral Point, Wis. [[strikethrough]] 4.00 [[strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.80 [[strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 95 120 172 ---- 3.87 [[/left margin]] July 8 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] .95 [[strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[strikethrough]] Cabin Galena, Ill. [[strikethrough]] 4.00 [[strikethrough]] Gas, [[strikethrough]] 2.79 [[strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.72 [[strikethrough]]
[[stamped]] 0761 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 7 [[/left margin encircled]] Top of Platteville is marked by an 8" bed of blue clay. Under the clay occurs a zone of abundant Pinodema of large size together with a large Doleroides. Just above the shale occurs a flood of Rafinesquina alternata, large Sowerbyella and Resserella. This is mapped as base of Galena and is the Guttenberg of Kay. It also contains a large Strophomena called S. auburnensis. Glyptorthis is abundant about 5 - 10' above the blue clay. The large Sowerbyella and Rafinesquina suggest the shaly beds above the Plattin in Missouri July 9 [[left margin]] 1.04 1.22 1.92 ---- 4.18 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.04 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.22 [[/strikethrough]] Phone to Iowa City [[strikethrough]] 0.90 [[/strikethrough]] Telegram to Brandon [[strikethrough]] 0.55 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.92 [[/strikethrough]] Room, La Salle, Ill. [[strikethrough]] 4.00 [[/strikethrough]] 12 30 --- 360 July 10 [[left margin]] 0.87 122 --- 2.09 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.87 [[/strikethrough]] Bridge toll [[strikethrough]] 0.15 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.22 [[/strikethrough]] Gas 12 gals. West Liberty [[strikethrough]] 3.39 [[/strikethrough]] [[solid line across page]]
[[stamped]] 0762 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 8 [[/left margin encircled]] July 11 [[written between following two columns]] Lodging Iowa City on A.K.M. 4.04 [[/written between following two columns. Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.02 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.33 [[strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.69 [[strikethrough]] ------ Laundry [[strikethrough]] 7.73 [[strikethrough]] July 12 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.02 [[strikethrough]] Lunch [[insert]]4.46[[=sum of meals cost]][[/insert]] [[strikethrough]] 1.33 [[strikethrough]] Gas & oil 7.6 gals. [[strikethrough]] 2.31 [[strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.11 [[strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 1.02 1.84 ---- Lunch ? 1.33? ----- 4.19 [[=sum of meals cost July 13]] [[/left margin]] July 13 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.02 [[strikethrough]] Gas 12 gals. Vinton Iowa [[strikethrough]] 3.45 [[strikethrough]] Gas 8 gals. Keokuk Iowa [[strikethrough]] 2.24 [[strikethrough]] Hotel 2 nights, Vinton Ia [[strikethrough]] 5.50 [[strikethrough]] [[strikethrough]] Failed to take receipt [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.84 [[strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 0.97 1.40 2.33 ---- 4.70 [[=sum of cost of meals July 14]] [[/left margin]] July 14 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.97 [[strikethrough]] Room Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.40 [[strikethrough]] Gas. 11.7 [[strikethrough]] 3.00 [[strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.33 [[strikethrough]] Hotel Palmyra [[strikethrough]] 4.08 [[strikethrough]] Cabin Barnhart (Kohler City, Mo) [[strikethrough]] 3.08 [[strikethrough]]
[[stamped]] 0763 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 9 [[/left margin encircled]] Koch School [[image - drawing of geologic column]] _______ 3' + | Kimmswick _______| { 7' | Shaly ls., shale, yellow weathering with Zygspira, {______| Rafinesquina, Pionodema {1 1/2'| Heavy-bedded ls. packed with Pionodema {______| {4' | Platy ls. shale partings Zygospira Rafinesquina Zygospira, {______| Pionodema Sowerbyella {2' | Hard heavy-bedded ls. packed with Pionodema. {______| {5-6' | Green shale many bryozoa {[[wavy line]] [[left margin]] Slab taken - [[line pointing to column with 1 1/2']] [[written vertically]] Decoral [[/written vertically]] [[/left margin]] Abundance of Rafinesquina, Zygospira and Pionodema with large Sowerbyella date this as Guttenberg. It looks to me like the beds just overlying the Spechts Ferry in Wisconsin.
11.25 | 1000 | 9000 ( 88 ______ 1000
[[stamped]] 0764 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 10 [[/left margin encircled]] July 15 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Gas 8.1 [[strikethrough]] 2.10 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.89 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 3.31 [[/strikethrough]] Car service [[strikethrough]] 6.47 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 1.00 0.89 3.31. ---- 5.20 [[/left margin]] Boxes up to July 15 Alpena Michigan 3 540 pounds. Calmar, Iowa 2 314 Vinton, Iowa 3 560 pounds. Murfreesboro 2 400 pounds. ---- 1814 July 16 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.33 [[/strikethrough]] Rooms Cape Girardeau [[strikethrough]] 4.34 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[/strikethrough]] Bridge Cape Girardeau [[strikethrough]] 0.75 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Mayfield Ky 10 gals. [[strikethrough]] 3.10 [[/strikethrough]] Cabin 2 nights [[strikethrough]] 11.36 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Murfreesboro 12 gals. [[strikethrough]] 3.84 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 3.00 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 1.20 1.33 3.00 --- 5.53 [[/left margin]] In my collections of 1939 the beds with Sowerbyella, Zygospira large Hesperosthis are Decorah. The Campylorthis is Plattin. Test mileage run start 61.05 End 10 mile strip 72.30 Mileage 11.25 Factor for correction .88 [[solid line across page]]
1.1) 1.00 (909 99 ---- 10 15) 10 (66 5.66 90 11 --- .91 10 90 ---- [[vertical]] 24600 88 ----------- 196800 196800 21648.[[strikethrough]] 00 [[/strikethrough]] 24600 12 ---------- 49200 24600 ---------- 2952.00 [[/vertical]]
[[stamped]] 0765 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 11 [[/left margin encircled]] July 17 Breakfast 1.17 Lunch 1.33 Supper 3.00 Cabin 5.66 17.02 add 11.36 Large quarry in Ridley on S side US 70S about 2 1/2 miles east of Murfreesboro. About 20' of rock exposed. Probably lower Ridley. Abounds in Tetradium and Stromatocetium. The position of Readyville should be checked. The fossils we have come from just about 1/2 - 3/4 mile east of the county line (Rutherford-Canon). Readyville itself is given as east of the Canon County line. Try to get a tape sheet for the locality. At Readyville Sowerbyella is abundant just above the Cryptophragmus zone, not below it as previously supposed.
1136 566 ---- 1702
[[stamped]] 0766 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 12 [[/left margin encircled]] July 18 Breakfast 1.28 Lunch 1.30 Supper 2.04 [[written between above columns]] 4.62 [[/written between above columns]] Lebanon outcrop on US 41 is 9.6 miles SE of Murfreesboro. and 0.8 mile SE of Hurricane Creek = Knox Branch. The large quarry is 11.7 miles SE of Murfreesboro. The first locality is about 1 1/4 - 1 1/2 miles NW of Mt. Olivet The material from latter place should be relabelled. July 19. Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.97 [[/strikethrough]] Cabin 2 nights [[strikethrough]] 9.32 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.33 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Nashville, 10 gals [[strikethrough]] 3.10 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.50 [[/strikethrough]] [[written between above columns]] 0.97 1.33 25.0 ---- 4.80 [[/written between above columns]] July 20 Breakfast 1.11 Lunch 1.18 Supper 2.50 [[written between above columns]] 4.79 [[/written between above columns]] Exposures called Leipers on 70N near Charlotte road are actually Catheys. The labels must be changed.
[[stamped]] 0767 [[/stamped]] 1.20 80 --- 200 [[left margin encircled]] 13 [[/left margin encircled]] July 21 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.20 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.90 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.84 [[/strikethrough]] Gas, Linden Tenn [[strikethrough]] 3.15 [[/strikethrough]] [[written between above two columns]] 120 0.90 184 ---- 394 [[/written between above two columns]] July 22 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.92 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.31 [[/strikethrough]] [[written between above two columns]] 3.23 [[/written between above two columns]] July 23 [[left margin]] 0.87 122 097 ----- 3.06 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.87 [[/strikethrough]] Room 2 nights Linden [[strikethrough]] 10.00 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Parsons, Tenn 12 gals [[strikethrough]] 3.79 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Forest City, Ark 12 gals [[strikethrough]] 3.66 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.22 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 0.97 [[/strikethrough]] Gas & Oil, Arkadelphia 8 gals [[strikethrough]] 3.01 [[/strikethrough]] July 24 [[left margin]] 1.14 124 190 --- 4.28 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.14 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.24 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.90 [[/strikethrough]] Room Arkadelphia [[strikethrough]] 4.25 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Mt. Pleasant, Texas [[strikethrough]] 2.81 [[/strikethrough]] Car repair Arkadelphia [[strikethrough]] 4.50 [[/strikethrough]] [[solid line across page]]
[[stamped]] 0768 [[stamped]] [[circled in margin]] 14 [[circled in margin]] July 25 [[ All right hand numbers have a line through them]] Breakfast 1.05 Hotel Greenville, Texas 4.50 Lunch 1.40 Supper 2.05 Hardware & water bag 2.76 Gas & grease job, Cisco, Texas 3.92 Gas, Fort Worth, Texas 2.92 [[margin]] 105 140 205 --- 450 [[/margin]] July 26 Breakfast 1.05 Room Cisco, Texas 4.00 Lunch 1.15 Supper 2.45 1 or 2 boxes, sent from Cisco [[margin]] 105 115 245 --- 455 [[/margin]] July 27 Breakfast 1.20 Gas 2.80 Lunch 1.50 Room Sweetwater 4.00 Gas Hobbs, N. Mex. 3.05 Tire, wheel, fix car 46.45 Cabin, Whites City, N. Mex 5.44 Supper 3.00 [[margin]] 120 150 300 [[/margin]]
[[stamped]] 0769 [[/stamped]] [[circled in margin]] 15 [[/circle in margin]] [[All monetary numbers have a line through them]] July 28 Breakfast 1.53 Lunch 1.00 Gas (White City) 2.79 Cavern trip 3.00 July 30 Gas Pine Spring Camp, Texas 1.30 Telegram to Parkway Hotel 0.85 July 31 Lunch 1.94 Gas Van Horn, Texas 2.28 Supper 2.75 [[left margin]] 194 275 ____ 4.69 [[/left margin]] Squamulina blocks - mouth of McKittrick Canyon 1 1/2 mi ESE of Section 12 well, 3 3/4 miles ESE of Pratt Ledge, Middle La Marra ls [[strikethrough]] Guadalupe Peak [[drawing of a square]] Texas [[/strikethrough]] [[line across page]] Get away limestone, S side US 62-180 2 Miles south of Pine Spring Camp, Texas. At entrance to Guadalupe Pass Summit & radio Station [[/line across page]] August 1 M Breakfast 1.30 Lunch 0.97 Supper 1.90 Gas, Marathon, Texas 2.38 2 hammer handles 1.78 [[left margin]] 130 97 190 ____ 417 [[/left margin]]
[[stamped]] 0770 [[/stamped]] [[circled, left margin]] 16 [[/circled]] August 2 Tues [[All monetary numbers have a line through them]] Breakfast 1.45 Lunch 0.87 Supper 2.15 Paint & brush 0.85 20 bags for packing 1.00 [[left margin]] 1.45 87 2.15 ---- 4 47 [[/left margin]] August 3 Wed Breakfast 1.45 Lunch 1.04 Supper 2.20 Gas Marathon 2.80 9 burlap bags for packing .90 [[left margin]] 145 104 220 --- 469 [[/left margin]] August 4 Thurs Breakfast 1.40 Lunch 1.14 Supper 2.00 27 bags for packing 2.70 15 sacks ""[[dittos for: for packing]] 1.50 125 shipping tags .50 car service, gas, oil, tire 33.96 Blew out left rear tire [[left margin]] 140 114 200 --- 454 [[/left margin]] August 5 Fri Breakfast 1.35 Lunch 458 1.13 Supper 2.10 Belt lacing (1) 0.50 August 6 Sat Breakfast 1.35 Lunch 480 1.50 Supper 1.95 Wire for tags 0.20 Laundry 4.73
[[stamped]] 0772 [[/stamped]] 2.96 30 20 ---- [[left margin encircled]] 18 [[/left margin encircled]] August 7 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.50 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.50 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.00 [[/strikethrough]] August 8 [[left margin]] 160 105 210 ---- 475 [[/left margin]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.60 [[/strikethrough]] Lodging 8 nights Marathon [[strikethrough]] 42.00 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.05 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.10 [[/strikethrough]] Gas, Fort Stockton, Texas 12.2 [[strikethrough]] 3.37 [[/strikethrough]] " [[ditto for: Gas,]] San Angelo " [[ditto for: Texas]] 11.3 [[strikethrough]] 2.94 [[/strikethrough]] August 9 [[left margin]] 105 100 346 --- 551 [[/left margin]] Lodging Coleman, Tex. [[strikethrough]] 5.50 [[/strikethrough]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.05 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Gas, Stephenville 11. gals. [[strikethrough]] 2.75 [[/strikethrough]] " [[ditto for: Gas,]] Gainesville 10 gals [[strikethrough]] 2.70 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 3.46 [[/strikethrough]] August 10 [[written between following two columns]] 138 143 230 --- 511 [[/written between]] Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.38 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.43 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.30 [[/strikethrough]] Lodging Sulphur [[strikethrough]] 3.06 [[/strikethrough]]
[[stamped]] 0773 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 19 [[/left margin encircled]] Falls Creek - Baptist Camp [[image - drawing of geologic column]] ______ 140 | Lower part cobbly ls. with grayish shale, remainder greenish | shale with ls beds. Top 30' with Sowerbyella, I think this = | stop of green shale at Spring Creek ______| 3' | massive cobbly ls ______| 30' | green sh with small ls. cobbles bryozoa ^[[cystids]] abundant ______| [[underlined]] Mimella Zone [[/underlined]] | 3' | Massive cobbly ls. ______| 12' | cobbly ls & green shale Many bryozoa, small [[underlined]] ______| Valcourea Zone [[/underlined]] | 25' | Massive ss & cobbly ls ______| 20' | greenish shale with ______| Macrocoelia, Mimella, Opikina } suggests Sowerbyites zone | 75' | Thin bedded ss. & ls. with green shale | ______| 105' | green sh with thin ls & ss bands ______| 15' | Thin bedded ls & greenish Small Multicostella | ______| | Massive thick ss Bromite (base) ? |
On highway between Falls Creek and Hy 77 at hairpin loop Bromide well exposed. Base with small [[underlined]] Valcourea [[/underlined]] occurs above a thin sand in field at middle of hairpin bend just southeast of observation point. Followed by green shale and thin ls. Massive white ls beds occur at N end of hairpin bend about 0, mile below observation point. At base are [[underlined]] Murina [[/underlined]] (large), and large [[underlined]] Sowerbyites. [[/underlined]] Higher come shales with [[underlined]] Sowerbyella [[/underlined]] followed by more massive ls with [[underlined]] Camerella [[/underlined]] 50' below top Upper most beds contain [[underlined]] Ancistrorhyncha [[/underlined]] and are much like Calulutyte. The sequence is suggestive of Hy 99.
[[stamped]] 0774 [[/stamped]]1814 66 paces Whitish ls. 200 paces to Mimella in iron-stained beds. [[left margin encircled]]20[[/encircled]] August 11 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.00 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.06 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.70 [[/strikethrough]] Gas 12.8 gals, Sulphur, Okla. [[strikethrough]] 3.72 [[/strikethrough]] August 12 Breakfast 1.25 Lunch 1.22 Supper 3.60 ------ 6.07 August 13 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.25 [[/strikethrough]] Village of Berwyn, Okla. now called Gene Autry. Lunch [[strikethrough]] 2.00 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.20 [[/strikethrough]] August 14 Send Bill Horn a copy of the Cloud paper on Canadian brachiopods. 28194 mileage in Norman Meals [[strikethrough]] 3.75 [[/strikethrough]] Lodging Davis Okla [[strikethrough]] 12.00 [[/strikethrough]] Lodging Pauls Valley, Okla [[strikethrough]] 5.10 [[/strikethrough]]
87 77 --- 1.64 184 379 ---- 563
[[stamped]] 0775 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 21 [[/left margin encircled]] August 11 visited the Bromide type section just NW of Bromide. The section had no bottom but I found a block with Valcourea in the float which shows the small Valcourea zone to be present. Above a thin ss. comes shaly beds crowded with cystids and Mimella. ARL Jr. thinks this is the same bed as the thick mass of bryozoa on Hy 99. Above this came limestones generally moderately bedded and iron stained. The upper Bromide consists of some 60 - 80' (?) of light gray moderately bedded limestone containing Ancistrorhyncha at the top. The sequence is thus like that at Falls Creek & Hy 99. The Viola overlying the Bromide is granular, yellow gray ls. abounding in Isotelus.
[[stamped]] 0776 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 22 [[/left margin encircled]] 1949 notes. 1 NE 1/4, NE 1/4, Sec 9, T2S, RIE, Murray Co., Okla. [[underlined]] Middle Kindblade [[/underlined]] 2. Center Sec 5, T2S RIE, Murray Co., Okla. (1 mi SE of Windmill) [[underlined]] Upper Cool Creek [[/underlined]] 3. Center NE 1/4, Sec. 6, T2S RIE, Murray Co., Okla. (approx 300' below top) [[underlined]] Upper Cool Creek [[/underlined]] 4. SE 1/4, SW 1/4, NE 1/4, Sec 16, T1S, R1W Murray Co, Okla. (90' above base) [[underlined]] Lower Signal Mtn. [[/underlined]] 5. Cen. S 1/2, Sec 29, T1S, RIE, Murray Co., Okla. [[underlined]] Upper Signal Mtn. [[/underlined]] 11.25) 10 (8 28194 20740 ----- 7454 .8 ----- 5963.2
[[stamped]] 0777 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 23 [[/left margin encircled]] Aug 15 Breakfast 1.64 Supper 2.80 Shipped from Norman 563 lbs [[strikethrough]] Tire [[/strikethrough]] tape (function) 0.10 To Al Loeblich 40.00 Purchase of liability Insurance for Bill Allen 16.85 c/o Dr. Frank Tappan 452 College St., Norman, Okla. Windshield wipe 0.25 [[arrow from previous pointing up to 1.64 in previous entry]] Aug 16 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 1.10 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 1.58 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.85 [[/strikethrough]] 4.53 In section NW of Bromide there is no bottom but small Valcourea was seen. Top has Ancistrorhyncha The section is like Hy 99. Aug 17 Breakfast 1.25 Taxi to home 0.40 Porter tip 0.25
Trip to Pennsylvania and New York Oct. 1, 1949-Oct. 15,1949
Naginery Walmont 135 Stover - 37 Snyder - 66 [[pencil drawing resembling upside down bell shape, uncaptioned]]
[[stamped]] 0078 [[stamped]] [[circled left margin]] 1 [[circled left margin]] Trip to Pennsylvania Oct. 1-15, 1949 Section in "Stone River" ls. on NE side of Middle Spring Creek, Middle Spring, Pa [[Left margin broken into boxes containing heights in a section view of the rocks. To the right of boxes are descriptions for each box.]] [[Box 1]] 292' horizon [[to r of Box 1]] Dark finely granular Is. cherty near base, lithologically suggestive of [[Chozy?]] of Mission section. Top of this interval is at sharp bend of stream at Middle Spring [[Box 2]] 220' horizon [[r of Box 2]] N43[[degree symbol]] E 54[[degree symbol]] S Massive backly fracturing light gray ls. weathering ash white. Suggest Mosherine type [[Box 3]] 230' horiz [[r of box 3]] Dark finely grained to finely granular ls. [[Box 4]] 8' horiz [[r of Box 4]] cherty dolomite, dark gray ls N35[[degree symbol]] E 66[[degree symbol]] S [[Box 5]] 83' horizontal [[R of box 5]] Dark gray to mealy black brittle, irregular fracturing ls. [[Box 6]] 200' horizent [[R of Box 6]] Massive ls. forming small shallow quarry 50' of massive beds full of fossils. [[insert]] very fine grained- Mosheina - like [[/insert]] All rock mealy dark gray but much lighter than below [[Box 7]] 120' horiz [[R of box 7]] Dark gray to black mealy fracturing and thin-bedded ls. weathering ash gray. Mostly somewhat platy [[Box 8 empty]] [[right of Box 8]] dol
[[stamped]] 0779 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 2 [[/left margin encircled]] Gas, Washington DC. 12 gal. 3.30 Lunch 1.00 Gas, Everett Pa, 10 gals 2.85 Supper 1.25 Oct. 1. Left Washington 7:15 A.M. and went directly to Shippensburg to visit section at Middle Spring. Good section of "Stones River" on Middle Creek but failed to find and exposures continuous enough to build a section either on Pa Hy 696 or in the fields to the south. Sporadic exposures occur along a dirt road due south of Middle Spring. Oranda appears by the roadside (Hy. 696) at the north end of Middle Spring. We also visited Kays locality of Hostler opposite the Mill at Waterside. Here dark massive bluish limestone with interrupted partings often deeply pitted. This is overlain by sparsely fossiliferous shaly ls. said to contain [[underlined]] Ancistrorhyncha [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] Campylorthis. [[/underlined]] The combinations sounds more like Wardell to me than like Benbolt where Kay places it. October 2 Breakfast 0.60 Supper 1.65 Groceries ? 0.68 ---- 2.93
[[stamped]] 0780 [[stamped]] [[circled in margin]] 3 [[circled in margin]] Quarry of New Enterprise Stone and Lime Co. NW end. | | Trentor black, blocky limestone --------| 50' +- | Rodman rough weathering ls. ash gray on surface, dark gray inside | granular bed 10 - 15' thick near base --------| 135' | "Lowville" - various types of dark, light gray-weathering ls. --------| 35' | Lemont = Hostler - silicious ls. with large Campylorthis --------| 60' + | Grazier - base not determined massive, mottled ls. | Collected Rodman on Penn. R R 1/2 mile north of the station. Rodman 65 - 70' thick with massive calcarenite at base. Peculiar Leptaenoid occurs at base. Camarocladia marking abundant at base of section
[[stamped]] 0781 [[stamped]] [[circled in margin]] 4 [[circled in margin]] Rodman ls on Pa Hy 164 at east end of East Sharpsburg. | Covered | ---------| 5' | Black cobbly weathering Trenton like ls. ---------| 8" | dark gray mealy mottled weathering ls. ---------| 10' | Dark gray platy granular Is, with up 4' weathering cobby. Has | peculiar frilled [[underlined]] Leptasua [[ underlined]] ---------| 3' | Dark gray cobby or platy ls. with many bryzoa, Zygospira. Has | interbedded black cobby ls. ---------| 6' | massive dark smooth to granular ls. ---------| 23' | Coarse granular ls. a lime sand bank. 10' above base occurs a | 2' band of black ls. On top of the black ls in the coarse | limesand occurs the frilled Leptaena ---------| | covered |
[[stamped]] 0782 [[stamped]] [[circled in margin]] 5 [[circled in margin]] Oct.3 Ganister - Qy on N side R. east side of Ganister N 50[[degree symbol]]E 47[[degree symbol]]N | Tunston more shaly & silty than in belts at Roaring Spring and | Martinsburg -----------| 30-40' | Black shaly - weathering limestone grading upward into silty | calcarous shale rock -----------| 255' | horizont | Lowville Massive weathers with skin mealy fractures. 200'+- | -----------| ? 70+- | Alternating limy siltstone and Hostler limestone. Siltstone | much mud-cracked -----------| 45' | Massive gray ribbon-banded Grazier breaking dense, finegrained | Fossils abundant but poorly preserved. Large Opibina | Campylorthis. [[A?]] "Crassa" loose. -----------| 30' | Light whitish gray, Letradium-bearing clover ls. -----------| | Laysburg- Banded, massive, earthy gray ls. |
[[stamped]] 0783 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 6 [[/left margin encircled]] Oct 3 Union Furnace West end of Quarry on west side anticline. At west end quarry Laysburg base not found but rock answering to Clover appears near base and for 30 - 40'. Grazier is present in massive blocks separated by shale partings and abounding in massive Tetradium, large Opikina, Strophomena, Mimella and Glyptorthis. No Hostler seen at west end. Grazier often coarsely granular. Tetrasium often makes [[?]] in shaly partings. The Tetradium beds are the Eyer fm. of Kay. Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.60 [[/strikethrough]] Room 2 nights Hollidaysburg [[strikethrough]] 4.00 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.50 [[/strikethrough]] groceries [[strikethrough]] 0.59 [[/strikethrough]] Car storage, Tyrone [[strikethrough]] 0.75 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 1.10 [[/strikethrough]] On the east limb of the synchine the Hostler abounds in fossils. "Opikina and true Strophomena are common. It strongly suggest the Ridley to me. 60 50 110 59 --- 2.79
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[[stamped]] 0784 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 7 [[/left margin encircled]] Warner Co. Crushed Stone [[strikethrough]] & [[/strikethrough]] Ballast Union Furnace Plant. Union Furnace According to Kay In RR cut N 20° E 55° W [[image - left margin geologic column]] _________ 23' | Rodman ________| 138' | Nealmont | Base with Columnaria, heavy-ledged, mottled. | Lambeophyllym | Brown partings, not as close | together as Stover. Not pitted like Stover ________| 91' | Stover | Heavy-ledged, dark , medium-fine | texture, with undulating silty partings | Speckled ls. riddled with holes | Stromatocerium & Dystactospongia (seen at ________| top) Canearocladia[[?]], Cryptophragines[[?]] | 98' | Snyder Many Ostracod | Light colored detrital ls. with ls. pebble congl., white-weathering dense with Tetradium, Cryptophragines[[?]] rare Coral-like Tetradium but without septa ________| | Hostler 62' | Tan weathering silicious ls, many fossils. Strophomena. Surfaces often ripple-marked ________| 33' | Grazier | Dense, heavy-ledger, with wavy partings. Full of fossils - Glyptorthis, big Opikina, Strophomena, Mimella ________| 6' | Eyer ls. Colcarieite[[?]] with massive Tetradium ________| [[Vertical, Arrow from top 'Stover' layer to bottom 'Eyer']] Hatter Benner [[/vertical]] 68' | Clover 40-80' | ________| | Toysburg Alternating ls & dolomite with thin layers of ostracods.
[[stamped]] 0785 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 8 [[/left margin encircled]] Oct. 4 The beds above the Nidulites zone in the Strasburg region are lithologically suggestive of the Nealmont =Greencastle redefined. At west end of Pa RR cut on N side of tracks Stover surfaces show small 'o'pikina, Ceramurus, Hesperorthis, Cliocreners[[?]], Rostricellula, Camaroclaclia[[?]] a Leptoenoid. On the north side of the RR cut continuous exposures of Clover - Stover are present. The Snyder brings in a white weathering interval with ls congl. in the upper 3/4. The Stover is suggestive of Grazier lithology but on a smaller scale. The rock is definitely pitted by irregular pits which may be weathered - out Camarocladia or worm borings. Breakfast 0.60 Car storage [[strikethrough]] 0.75 [[/strikethrough]] Gas, 10 gals. Tyrone [[strikethrough]] 3.00 [[/strikethrough]] Supper 1.27
[[stamped]] 0786 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 9 [[/left margin encircled]] October 5. Section 1 mile west of Tusseyville on U.S. 322. Measurements from Kay. [[image - in left margin drawing of geologic column as follows]] | I would put the basal 8' of Rodman with the lower | beds on lithology. _________| | Rodman - Basal 8' with thin black chert and light-gray- | weathering thin layers. Upper 18' dark gray, drab, not bluish, 26' | brackley very dark gray ls. Surfaces peppered with animal | debris A bentonite 10' below top not in Kay's section Bilobia, | Oxoplecia, _________| 44' | Centre Hall - Shaly weathering, blue-weathering dark gray | limestone | Doleroides, Ancistrorhyncha, Strophomena, Maclurites C, | Hesperorthis, Some mottled worn tube layers. _________| 8' | Bentonite _________| 18' | Oak Hall - Dark gray, hackly fracturing limestone with heavy, | angular ledged blue gray weathered surface. Surfaces _________| 6" | Benton rough. Carnarocladia or worm-borings not frequent. _________| ^[[but present]] Hesperorthis. Snails common Sowerbyella, 39' | Nidilites (like in Lebanon). Maclurites. _________| 26' | Stover - Blue gray weathering, very dark gray limestone | moderately heavy-ledged with some worm-bored layers like the | main mass in the RR cut at Pemberton. Thin layers of | calcarenite at top. Cryptophragamus in lower part, large | Zygospira and Rostricellula at top. Strophonema [[/image]]
[[stamped]] 0787 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 10 [[/left margin encircled]] Quarry at Center Hall just NE of RR Sta. N side quarry in Oak Hall ls. here angular blocks with yellow camarocladia surfaces containing small Pionodema, Daleroides, Opikina, Strophamena a, and Hesperosthis Maclurites On S side quarry Center Hall makes up most of wall, thin bedded, but often heavy - ledged shaly weathering limestone with yellow surfaces Breakfast 0.60 Lunch 0.32 Lodging 2 nights, Tyrone [[strikethrough]] 5.00 [[/strikethrough]] Supper 1.75 209 Visited type Lemont of Butts along the RR south of Lemont from Milepost 58 to road crossing. The section is Trenton - Rodman at the road - RR crossing and then Center - Hall (Nealmont), possibly some Oak ^[[Hall]] but I am not sure.
[[stamped]] 0788 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 11 [[/left margin encircled]] October 6 160 175 --- 335 Breakfast 0.80 Lunch 0.80 Supper 1.75 Preston 1 gal [[strikethrough]] 3.50 [[/strikethrough]] Quarry ca 1/2 mile N of Bellefonte in gap and along Pa Hy 53. N50[[degree symbol]] E60[[degree symbol]] W Nealmont true must be rather thin, unless the 15' massive beds are Oak Hall and the remainder Centre Hall-Rodman we were unable to make any divisions [[image - drawing of geologic column in left margin, written vertically to left of column Nealmont, Valley View]] Roadside _________ | 20 - 30' +- Nealmont, lithology not like Rodman or Centre Hall _________| Top of quarry _________ 20' + - | Dark gray rough-weathering limestone breaking into layers | 2 - 3" thick _________| 15' | Massive ledges, very dark gray ls., hackly in fracture _________| 40' + - | Hard impure massive ls. some chert, brown weathering skin. _________| | 8" metabentonite _________| 10' | cherty heavy ledged, dark gray (brownish) metabentonite E | 3 - 4" bentonite but 1 1/2' zone of shaly ls. _________| 60' | Stover - Heavy-ledged ls, dark gray fracture |
[[stamped]] 0789 [[stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 12 [[/left margin encircled]] Starting from last short street in Bellefonte 78 paces N on 53 and dark somewhat platy ls. trending N60[[degree symbol]] E 57[[degree symbol]] NW They fracture black 33 paces farther north come black fracturing hackly fracture ls to the lowest Bentonite. The weathered surfaces of thin rock have the peculiar irregular pits suggestive of the Stover. Both divisions of rock here are much blacker than either Snyder or Stover at Pemberton. Are we dealing with facies of Hatter with the Valley View - Valentine being equal to Snyder & Stover? NE 60 E 48[[degree symbol]] NW - Small Qy & road section [[image - left margin geologic column]] Trenton | ___________| +-50' | Nealmont Black ls of basal shale shaly bed 6' a massive bed | 20', shaly beds 25' - 30' ___________| 95' horiz | Bentonite A } Valentine total thickness about 95' - 100' to bentonite| ___________| ___________| 16' vert | } ___________| ___________| Bentonite 1 1/2 B } 25' | } Valley View ___________| } ___________| Bentonite D } 9' | Bentonite E } ___________| ___________| [[vertical]]| 87 paces down dip of unmottled somewhat platy blackish derise mottled beds| ls. 31 paces in mottled Stover some 75-100'| below smooth| Stover bentonite F fracturing | black ls | [[/vertical]] [[box4]] 16' [[small gap]] Bentonite 1/2' B [[box5]] 25' [[small gap]] Benotonite D [[box6]] 9' [[small gap]] Bentonite E [[Box 7 written sideways]] Mottled beds sone 75-100' below smooth fracturing block Is [[r of box7]] 87 paces down dip of unmottled somewhat platy blackish dense Is. 31 paces in mottled stone [[box 4]] 16'
[[stamped]] 0790 [[stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 13 [[/left margin encircled]] [[written vertically]] 95' \____________| / | Bentonite A Top of Valentine Bentonite A - B = 16' 10" " [[ditto for: Bentonite]] B - C = 25' Contains Rostricelle " [[ditto for: Bentonite]] C - D = 9' Contains Rostricellula Visited Quarry on NE side of Bellefonte. Here occurs a much thicker Nealmont which seems to lie inconformably on Valentine. The westernmost end of the quarry had a considerable thickness of mottled rock suggestive of Stover but much darker in color when fractured. In all of the quarries seen around Belefonte I was unable to detect any Snyder evidently Stover rests on the dolomite. We saw no Clover at Bellefonte at all. [[/written vertically]]
[[stamped]] 0791 [[stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 14 [[/left margin encircled]] Oct. 7 - Antes Gap. Locality on road about 1/4 mi E of Junction of Pa 44 and road to Oriole. On N side of road about 15' of coarse calcarenite breaking platy is assigned to Rodman. Shalier material above is placed in Salona. Kay took Porambonites here. We also took one in quarry at road junction from thin bed Kay himself calls Salona. On S side of cut is a steep bluff having calcarenite. 15' below edge of bluff where rock is cut away to form a drainage ditch for the road, we took the frilled Leptaena. [[image - left margin geologic column]] | Salona | ________| 20' | }8 1/2' to road Calcarenite ________| 16 1/2 | Frilled Leptaena Calcarenite ________| 3' | mealy zone Frilled Lataena ________| 88' | Hackly fracturing dark, blue black ls | [[wavy line]] Stream at base of bluff
[[stamped]] 0792 [[stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 15 [[/left margin encircled]] About 50 yards downhill toward Oriole intersection Salona with one (or 2) bentonites is exposed and just on the nose of the hill is a small quarry showing Salona over massive Rodman. The latter here is a mass of detrital material with many bryozoa. Same 30' below Salona in calcarentite occurs frilled Leptaena. We think the Rodman Salona contact is probably only about 5' above base of Quarry in which case the Parambonites is from The Salona. Actually the shaly weathering rock on West side passes into the smoothly jointed Rodman hump. The Salona - Rodman contact I would say is about 5' above floor. Breakfast 0.85 Lunch 0.69 Supper 1.70 ----- Hotel Bellefonte 2 night 6.00 Gas Jersey Shore 10 gals. 2.90 85 69 130 ----- 324
[[stamped]] 0793 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 16 [[/left margin encircled]] October 8 Section at Salona according to Kay Nealmont 90' Valentine 10' Valley View 65' Stover 90 Snyder 70' Salona Qy. - Southwest side of quarry evidently in Snyder but the rock is lightly silicious tan weathering and with a rough gritty surface. It has none of the lithology of the Snyder. It also fractures very dark. It suggests Hostler lithology. Those are overlain by dark massive rocks presumably Stover of Kay. On west side of Quarry are light gray weathering bedded ls with wavy bedding and some shaly partings This would be in position of Valley View. In the extreme west end of the Quarry is a calcilutite [[sic Calculite]] (Mosheim-like) band, probably the Valentine. Above this is the Nealmont forming most of the NW wall. The mottled and banded Nealmont occurs in the lower part but the upper 30' are a coarse calcarenite in thick beds except for some shaly layers. At the west end of the quarry by the RR tracks the calcarenite or Rodman is contact with the Salona at about the edge of the wall. 15' below the Salona in a shaly bed occurs the frilled Leptaena.
[[stamped]] 0794 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 17 [[/left margin encircled]] October 8 Breakfast 0.85 Supper 1.10 Lunch 0.10 October 9 Breakfast [[strikethrough]] 0.55 [[/strikethrough]] Lunch [[strikethrough]] 0.50 [[/strikethrough]] Supper [[strikethrough]] 2.00 [[/strikethrough]] Gas Endicott [[strikethrough]] 3.47 [[/strikethrough]] Hotel, Lock Haven, 2 nights [[strikethrough]] 7.00 [[/strikethrough]] Oct. 10 Breakfast 0.65 Lunch 0.58 Hotel, Hamilton, N.Y. [[strikethrough]] 3.25 [[/strikethrough]] Gas, 10 gals Lowville [[strikethrough]] 2.94 [[/strikethrough]] Supper 1.35 1.43 135 123 135 ----
[[stamped]] 0795 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 18 [[/circled]] October 10 Roaring Brook Young sec 44 Pamelia - Pre -E contact just on upstream side of RR at Roaring Brook. Pamelia - Lowville Contact at base of 2nd falls. Top of Lowville just below top of 2nd falls. Top Chaumont at top of 3rd low falls Chaumont blackish, cobbly weathering ls. suggestive of Grazier. Fucoidal marking of lower bed suggest Grazier Top Chaumont also cherty and with Stromatocerium, Lambeophyllum and Colummnaria, Chaumont fracture shows almost black rock. For Black River detailed section see Young Sec. 44.
[[stamped]] 0796 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 19 [[/left margin encircled]] October 11 - Breakfast 0.70 Car service 1.45 Supper 1.60 Visited House Creek to collect Rockland. Saw Rockland Hull and Sherman Fall. Then went to Roaring brook to see Sherman Fall. The Cryptolithus bed is at the brink of the second falls in the Park. Went to see Cobourg in the village of Martinsburg. In Lowville where Hy 12 & 12D cross Mill Creek, just under bridge on downstream side is contact of 13+' of Chaumont with 13' [[?]] of Selby. This is a hard platy limestone in layers about 8" thick. This distinguishes the member from the massive Chaumont. The Selfy is cherty but not so much so as the Chaumont. The Nappanes is thin-bedded and shaly limestone abounding in Dalmanella, massive bryozoan and Eozyga with occasional Triplesia extans and Sowerbyella. The beds are exposed between the two bridges behind the houses.
[[stamped]] 0797 [[/stamped]] N. State + [[underlined]] River. [[/underlined]] St. [[left margin encircled]] 20 [[/left margin encircled]] October 12 - Breakfast 0.40 Lunch 0.60 Supper 1.40 Gas, 11.9 gals, Binghamton, N.Y. [[strikethrough]] 3.39 [[/strikethrough]] Hotel, Lowville 2 nights [[strikethrough]] 4.00 [[/strikethrough]] [[left margin vertical]] Napanee just west of bridge at junction of North State and River Streets. [[/left margin vertical]] Collected at gorge of Sugar River where it flows under N.Y. Hy. 12. Lower part of gorge in Napanee member of the Rockland. Higher Napanee and Hull appear in a road cut just south of the river. Made Sunbury at 5:20 P.M. October 13. Breakfast 0.75 Room Sunbury [[strikethrough]] 3.00 [[/strikethrough]] [[written between these columns]] 121 190 [[/written between these columns]] Lunch 0.46 Supper 1.90 Gas Lewistown [[strikethrough]] 3.50 [[/strikethrough]] Bethlehem Steel Co. Qy. - Naginey No 1. Quarry at Naginey trending N-S. [[left margin vertical]] [[Hiamnobeatrircea?]] in block of Snyder like rock. Lowest beds very white weathering [[/left margin vertical]] On west side of quarry is a rim formed mostly of dark gray ls. weathering ash gray to white with ls breccia common. Toward N end Stover lithology appears followed by beds of light gray fracturing limestone filled with ls breccia. On the north rim on the west side Stover pitted lithology appears and the rock fractures fine granular and lighter in color than the lower Snyder-like beds. The Stover lithology is followed by
[[stamped]] 0798 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 21 [[/circled]] five granular limestone with prominent Stromatocerium. On this appears a 5' band of mealy weathering shaly ls. containing Zygospira a Pionodema c, Strophomena The 3-5' above the mealy band has Lambeophyllum c. The rocks from the mealy band up are darker in fracture & are mottled and often irregularly pitted thus suggesting Nealmont. The Nealmont is very massive grayish black limestone with some crinoidal debris. About 5-10' of Salonia overlies the Nealmont. It is cobbly, black ls weathering yellowish gray. It strongly suggests Edinburg (Hupp Hill) lithology. Qy 1/4 mi. SE of Naginey No. 1. [[circled]] 2 [[/circled]] South face shows 15' of massive conchoidally fracturing silicious ls that reminds me of Hatter. This is followed by 15' of white weathering pure ls. containing ls. beccia. To the east along the quarry face the beds steepen to the east wall where they are very steep. The east wall is composed of steeply dipping massive ls with worms-eaten surface like Stover. We estimate about 35'. The NE face of the quarry butts the east face in a fault. The NE face is mottled Nealmont. with Doleroides in a shaly zone.
[[stamped]] 0799 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 22 [[/left margin encircled]] [[encircled]] 4 [[/encircled]] Quarry 4 just SE of Honey Creek on NW wall has dark gray ash-weathering limestone in heavy ledges and separated by beds of thin platy limey shale about 3 or 4 shale beds in all. This limestone & shale occupies about the lowest 50' of the quarry are in these beds. The next 65' of rock are difficult of definition but in it are black fracturing light gray weathering with wavy streaks. The lithology is very suggestive of Nealmont. The ledges are quite thick when fresh. I see nothing absolutely typical of Nealmont. The upper bed ^[[of the 65']] is a 3 - 4' band of conchoidally fracturing silicious ls. reminiscent of Hostler Above the 65' comes about 20' with Stover-like lithology, irregular short horizontal pits. I cannot be sure if this is Stover or Nealmont because the look similar. On this Stover-like material comes 2-3' of mealy ls with Glyptorthis and Pionodema, the same as the mealy band in Naginey No. 1. Above the mealy bed are 25' of Nealmont-like rock Fine-ribbed Ancistrorhyncha was seen in the rock of one 65' interval The shaly beds are interbedded with dense ribbon banded limestone weathering brownish gray and leaving a conchoidal fracture. Near the entrance to the quarry where the section begins the rock seems dolimitic. This division suggests the Loysburg but it may as well be Canadian.
[[stamped]] 0800 [[/stamped]] [[circled]] 23 [[/circled]] October 14 Breakfast 0.60 Hotel. Lewistown & garage 3.75 Lunch 0.50 Supper 1.70 Quarry 1.8 min S 54[[degree symbol]] E of Orbisonia Craig section 2. MB = metabentonite[[?]] 11' | Salona -------| 8" | MB -------| 1 1/2'| -------| | 48' | A - Very dark Trenton - like fracturing ls. crinkly - bedded | weathering blue gray. The 1 1/2' below the bentonite has the same | blue gray weathering. The top 30' contain Opilima, Doleoides, | Hesperorthis, Strophomena. -------| 10' | B - ca 10' heavy - ledged dull gray weathering crinkly mottled ls | like characteristic Nealmont. A & B = Rodman - centre Hall. -------| | MB -------| 15' | C = same as B -------| 11'-15'| D. shaly - weathering with two mealy bands. Seems more shaly than | A B which is unlike Oak Hall at type section. Fossils abundant | but poor. Small Sowerbyella c, Hesperorthis c, opikmia, Nidulites | - like fossil. -------| 10' | E + F = Snyder | E about 10' of mottled crinkly bedded ls blue gray weathering | which I would call Nealmont -------| 40' | F -------| 33' | G - Hostler- Mostly black fracturing ls, very fine grained, | heavy - ledged with uneven surface between bands. Upper 6' - 7' | drab - brownish gray weathering. Cross - section suggesting | Ancistosky [[?]] ucha [[?]] Girvanella, Strorcatocerimen [[?]]. | Girvanella bed separated by thin shale with Compylorthis [[?]] ? -------| 14' | H -------| 14' | I -------| 40+ | J |
[[stamped]] 0801 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 24 [[/left margin encircled]] H - 14' of Grazier, heavy-ledged streaky - mottled surface weathering into rough yellow & blue gray plates. I - Clover mottle & worm-bored, nearly black fracturing limestone, many sections of snails. J. 40' & heavy - ledged, yellow gray weathering; finely banded limestone with conchoidal fracture. Contains a thick 1' bed of shale and a dove (calcilutyte band) This division is like that at base of Qy 4 at Naginey. It is quite definitely the Logsburg. Quarry 0.8 mi S 5° E of Spring Run. [[faded writing]] ragged [[/faded writing]] [[image - drawing of geologic column]] | ls ________| | Oranda {like the Mercersburg in lithology ________| | Mercersburg {Wavy bedded blackish ls breaking into ragged lumps, | The shaly surfaces weathering yellow. Opikina, Hesperorthis ________| 20' | Doylestring - Calcilutyte ________| 28' | Fairettsburg {Black, mottled, weathering dull dark gray with | {yellow surfaces. Solenopera and Stromatocerium ________| 20' | Pinesburg {Black hard massive, wavy mottled Grazier lithology ________| | Any of the beds described could produce Edinburg-Chambersburg lithology. [[/image]]
[[stamped]] 0802 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 25 [[/left margin encircled]] October 15 - Visited section 2 1/2 miles SW of Marion. I was impressed by the Nealmontish character of all the beds above the cobbly layers. In the section at Wilson, Md. the Stover-like lithology of the top 50' of the Pinesburg is very striking. Breakfast 0.80 Lunch 0.50 Gas, Hagerstown, 10 gals 2.86 Hotel, Chambersburg, Pa 2.00
[[stamped]] 0803 [[stamped]] 1951 April 19, 1951 [[left margin vertical]] Send Bob [[tripled underlined]] Raymond + Willard [[/tripled underlined]] Cambrian papers for Bob + Phil [[/left margin vertical]] Ap 19 [[superscript]] 1 [[/superscript]] 5.1 mi southwest Kinzel Sprs. in hard limey ss. Dinorthis like D. transversa of B Willard Ap 19 [[superscript]] 2 [[/superscript]] - Bosses of cobble ls. having Up. Lenoir lithology. Contains sponges suggesting Lenoir or Benbolt. Ss #4 near base on road 0.75 miles SW of Low Chapel, Blockhouse [], Tenn. Ap 19 [[superscript]] 3 [[/superscript]] BMLHT 1366' Intersection at BM 1366-4th Sevier shale. Rd intersection Blockhouse [], Tenn. Soft punky shale with Cyrtonotella, Paurorthis, lichads, Suggests Miser or possible lower. [[Cama?]] at Chilhowee View school turned SW to pass Mosheim & Lenoir on south side road. Knox on N side for about 1/2 mile SW of shale. Ap 19 [[superscript]] 4 [[/superscript]] Blockhouse - 20' of cobbly & shaly ls. about 200 yards long parallel to road. Overlain by black shale. Contains Leptellina & n. gen. like Sowerbyites. Newman's ss #4 in Keith's ss lentil in Sevier Ap 19 [[superscript]] 5 [[/superscript]] Shale #6 Bend of road 0.55 about 1/2 mile WNW of Butterfly Gap, on Mook Creek. Blockhouse [] with abundant Sowerbyella
[[stamped]] 0804 [[/stamped]] Apr. 19[[superscript]] 6 [[/superscript]] Mook Creek, lower Bays with coarse ss and about 2 mi west of house just NW of C in Mook Crk Apr. 19[[superscript]] 7 [[/superscript]] - 150' under Bays 1.1 mi SW of Law Chapel. Ss with Doleroides. April, 19[[superscript]] 8 [[/superscript]] - SS #4 with cobbly ls. & marble like Apr. 19[[superscript]] 2 [[/superscript]]. April.19[[superscript]] 9 [[/superscript]] Spicewood Branch SS #3 1.45 miles WSW of Rocky Branch. Punky ss. with Strophomenid of Tennessensis type.
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[[stamped]] 0805 [[/stamped]] April 20 - 21 Halls X - roads - turn right at light on Tenn 131, Turn right on Browns Gap road. Bowen at junction with Browns Gap road & main road. Witten in field on south side of road. On Bell road Bentonite near top of Moccasin Resserella about 50 - 100' above the Bentonite. Lowest of 3 big bentonites Bob reports Sowerbyites at S curve just past Ulays Chapel. On end of S side of S. Benbolt fossils with abundant Fascifera 200' S of Racoon Valley road on US 25 W Just below beds with Tetradium on North crest of hill just N of Elsa Gate of Oak Ridge project Clinton [[square symbol]]. Probably Peery The Tetradium beds are the Benbolt Wardell Protorhynch NE of gate just above Glyptorthis, Hesperosthis 1/4 in NE of gate. The Rye Cove Wardell with Glyptorthis. [[strikethrough]] Tenn N [[/strikethrough]] Raccoon Valley rd. at a road junction just over Clinch R and L&N railroad about 1/8 mile. Clinton [[square symbol]] about, 3.1 miles west of 25 W
[[stamped]] 0806 [[/stamped]] April 22 Neuman 43A Apr. 22 Kinzel Spr. [[square symbol]], old Tenn 73, NW side Little River, 0.3 mile ESE of Walker Chapel, in ravine about 100 yds S of road. Sowerbyites in ss (either #5 or preferably unidentified horizon SE of Guess Creek. On road about 50 yds east of creek in shaly rock are large Dinorthis. Apr. 22[[superscript]] 1 [[/superscript]]. - Road cut with punky ss. leaving large coarse ribbed Dinorthis, Rhipidomena and Mimella. This is ss #3 or shale #4. Type Tellico = ss 1 through ss 3. Bimuria locality had also [[underlined]] Cystonstella [[/underlined]] 1.3 miles ENE of Kusick. Bimuria are in shale #4. Sowerbyites beds on Chapman highway are also shale #4.
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[[stamped]] 0807 [[/stamped]] Apr. 23 [[left margin]] Lenoir [[/left margin]] Small qy. on ridge road 1.3 miles S [[strikethrough]] miles [[/strikethrough]] of junction of US 411 & Tenn 71. Ridge road goes S from junction. cl in Sevierville Loc 1.58 miles ENE of Kusick Heavy-bedded cleaved ss with Soerbyites, Dinorthis or large orthid, Leptellina, Oxoplesia, Multicostella, Lungula, Eclinosphaerites, Rhipidomena Boyds Creek School - A layer of shaly ls. between Lenoir with Valcourea & M. Nucula and the Eff[[?]]na beds with [[underlined]] Arthrorachis. [[/underlined]] This could be the Lincolnshire horizon.
Tennessee - Alabama October 14 - 26. 1951
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[[stamped]] 0808 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 1 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin]] Oct. 15 [[/left margin]] Bethel Valley Sheet. Section at BM 1572 Yellow cherts with pionodemoids on NE side of section. Contains interbedded green shale, thin chert ca. 200' thick. It suggests Word Cove because of Fascifera. Under the W.C. chert occur 125' gray or greenish shale, very thin-bedded. Toward the bottom the shales are bluish. Under these shales are red-beds of Hogskin Red beds = 125' Under the reds are 75' of Elway Chert. Under the Elway are 0 - 50' of yellow shale & red beds. Knox contact comes just south of sharp bend of road about 1/4 mile N of intersection. On south side road about 25' nodular non-fossiliferous ls. Then comes cobbly ls with large Mimella, Opikina. Moccasin at top of section about 0.25 mile south of intersection at end of hairpin. About 0.1 mile to base of Moccasin from intersection. The Dinorthis transversa bed is under the road. - Little or no Wardell, probably replaced by Moccasin.
[[stamped]] 0809 [[/stamped]] [left margin encircled]] 2 [[/left margin encircled]] [[left margin] Oct.15 [[superscript]] 2 [[/superscript]] [/left margin]] 1/4 mi N of Elsa church - about 125' of whitish ls & dolomite below Elway.15' of red beds at base of whitish beds. Bethel Valley [] about 1 1/2 mi E of East Fork Valley, road just NE Ethel of XL Springs.. Road through Gum Hollow Branch. Xl Spring comes out of the Knox. On NW side of Turnpike Knox chert on top hill, Blackford shs. & chert on slope. Contact about 100 yds N of road. Ridge on South side road is Elway. Blackford mostly dark gray clay. Bower about 0.2 mile S of intersection. Cryptophragmus about 1/4 mi S of intersection. Another Cryptophragmus seen about 0.3 mi S of intersection First reds about 0.45 mi S of intersection. These are Miller's Ben Hur according to BNC. About 0.5 mi. S of the intersection comes residual soil with large Zygospira showing we are well up in Trenton. This is at turnoff to country Club (Oak Ridge) Dip 30[[degree symbol]] Strike ca N 50 E Wardell-Benbolt seems to be faulted out of this section.
[[stamped]] 0810 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 3 [[/left margin encircled]] 0.4 mile S of intersection just W. of Elsa Corp. thinks is Hardy Creek of Miller which is the fossil bed at to in Hagan. Here we saw Ancistrosyncha, The Rhynchotrema here suggests Hermitage or higher The Hardy Creek locality is apposite side road from the west. Ben Hur mud rock is opposite side road. This contains large coarse-ribbed Zygospina.
[[stamped]] 0811 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 4 [[/left margin encircled]] October 16 - Big Ridge Park [[square symbol]] Section starts on N side of inlet about 1 1/2" south of NW corner of [[square symbol]]. On north side inlet excellent exposures of Knox this is overlain by red beds & dolomite of Blackford faces at waters edge on N side of inlet. N28[[degree symbol]] E 15[[degree symbol]] SE [[left margin encircled]] 1 [[/left margin encircled]] Blackford, red beds, dolomite massive, cgl. with red chert and ragged blocks at base. [[left margin encircled]] 2 [[/left margin encircled]] Lowville-type rock in beds up to 15" thick. Tetradium syringoporoide. abundant; Girvanella, some silty yellow layers; red mottled layer below middle; smooth ostracods a This interval culminates in a red-bed [[left margin encircled]] 3 [[/let margin encircled]] Massive ls full of Tetradium and Ancistrorhyncha [[left margin encircled]] 4 [[/left margin encircled]] Covered [[left margin encircled]] 5 [[/left margin encircled]] Massive mealy fracturing ls. making a ledge 20' thick [[left margin encircled]] 6 [[/left margin encircled]] Ls with black chert, thinner bedded than below black in fracture. Some silicified snails Helicotoma X-section
812 [[left margin encircled]] 5 [[/left margin encircled]] [[encircled]] 7 [[/encircled]] Massive, dove bed about 15' thick [[encircled]] 8 [[/encircled]] Cherty (black, blocky chert) but limestone rather light gray. Thin bedded; Tetradium abundant Brownish gray color. This is Miller's Poteet ls. No chert except at bottom. Top of interval has another Ancistrorhyncha Tetradium abundant in thin mealy beds, suggests Hogan cut. [[encircled]] 9 [[/encircled]] Tetradium beds probably T. cellulosum. [[encircled]] 10. [[/encircled]] Cherty gray ls. A few feet only Big Leperditia, Ancistrorhyncha [[encircled]] 11. [[/encircled]] Thick dove bed. [[encircled]] 12 [[/encircled]] Dove & mealy Tetradium ls [[encircled]] 13 [[/encircled]] Reddish silty bed a few feet thick. [[encircled]] 14 [[/encircled]] Thin-bedded ls to Hesperothis Stromatocerium. Cryptophragmus - east side of Jacksboro N of US. 25W. 1 1/4 mi NE of Jacksboro
[[stamped]] 0813 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 6 [[/left margin encircled]] Loose below Stromatocerium we found a loose piece with Cryptophragmus. This was in a position I feel confident was not far from in place. In the Witten the Cryptophragmus spanned fully 200 feet of rock The full thickness of the Witten is some over 200' and the Cryptophragamus occupies nearly the full thickness. NE of Jacksboro the dip was about vertical. Started in cherty Peery and went through same sequence as we saw at Andersonville The Tetradium beds between the red beds are most like New Market and are probably the equivalent of the Elway and Lincolnshire (Hogskin)
[[stamped]] 0814 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 7 [[/left margin encircled]] October 17 - Left Knoxville and went over to Rockwood. Took US 27 down valley searching for a limestone belt. Went to about 5 miles SW of Dayton but saw no good exposures. Went over to Sequatchie Valley and worked from Cold Spring south to SW edge of Pikeville Quad. No long sections seen anywhere in Valley. Saw two short sections of Witten with [[underlined]] Cryptopluagmus [[/underlined]] common, one on W side Valley 2 1/2 miles SW of Pikebill and the other on the east side 2 3/4 miles almost due south of Pikeville.
[[stamped]] 0815 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 8 [[/encircled]] Oct. 18 Base of Cedar Ridge, SE of Litton Sequatchie Valley. A- ca 8' white crusted dove ls with streak of Tetradium, Bathyurus, and coarse-ribbed Ancistrorhyncha. Looks identical to Peery just above red-bed in Andersonville section. Thick black chert. Exposed on both sides intersection. B. massive somewhat impure ls vey dark gray with big Lepeditia C. shaly ls 2' D dark gray earthy weathering massive 2' - 3' in 2 layers. E 5 - 6' shaly mud-cracked ls. F 3' hard, dark brown-gray ls with Dystactospongia, T. syringoporoides & Ancistrorhyncha. G. Thin-bedded, dark grown gray ls. smooth fracture. Small coarse ribbed strophomenoids. Some partings show camaroclodia yellow markings. Glyptorthis suggesting G. asimilis [[diagram, geologic column]] ------| |P ------| |O Bentonite ------| |N ------| 16' |M ------| |L ------| 85' |K ------| 50' |J ------| 4' |I ------| 4' |H ------| 12' |G ------| 3' |F ------| 5-6' |E ------| 2-3' |D ------| 2' |C ------| 6' |B ------| 8' |A Covered
[[stamped]] 0 [[/stamped]] 816 [[left margin encircled]] 9 [[left margin encircled]] H - Same as below but with Hesperorthis, Opikina, Ancistrorhyncha opposite house I. Camarocladia beds 4' J. 2 - 3' heavy ledge with Opikina 6', Ancistrorhyncha Camerella. Small amount of chert K - about 60' of thin bedded Camarocladia parting ls. with. [[left margin]] Lebanon Carters [[/left margin]] L - { 35' mudstone lining interbeds { 5 massive ls. with Tetradium { 15 dove gray slabby calcilutyte M - Calcarenite 16' N - Cherty ls. with many fossils mostly covered T. cellulosum near top = Carters? O. Bentonite P Slabby mud-cracked bluish earthy ls.
[[stamped]] 0817 [[stamped]] [[circled in margin]] 10 [[circled in margin]] October 18. Section on base of Cedar Ridge Pikeville [[drawing of a square]], Section started at road intersection and headed toward Low Gap. The lowest rock is like that of low Peery just above red beds in Andersonville section. Ancistrorhyncha present in all lower rocks but hard to get. Fossils occured again near top of massive ls. Here also Glyptorthis like G. asimilis. Then a little higher came Hesperorthis & Opikina like the high Wardell. This is also like high Ridley. Above the Wardell-Ridley came Camarocladia beds and about 60' above base Pionodema and other occurs some distance above Lebanon fossils. A calcarenite occurs some distance above the Camarocladia beds & has Sowerbyella, Doleroids & Campylorthis. I think this is all high Lebanon. Above the granular bed the section is mostly covered but bluish ls contain T. cellulosum and Lichenaria. This is undoubtedly the Carters. Then comes a Bentonite followed by earthy limey layers.
At junction Tennessee 8 & 28 just SE of Dunlap are high beds of our section with Bentonites. Between bentonites are chalky-weathering limestones with fairly large cup corals. This reminds me of the large quarry in Chattanooga.
[[stamped]] 0818 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 11 [[/encircled]] October 19 - Saw section on West Chickamauga Creek. As nearly as we could determine the base of the beds on the creek are just about the base of the Murfreesboro. I think that the creek may have cut down on the contact. Taking the right fork of the road there is an exposure of Benbolt-like rock at the top of a low hill. This overlies a thick yellow shale and it underlies Hesperornis beds we think are Wardell. The quarry 1 1/2 S of Cove Church seems to be in Wardell and lower Lebanon. The combination of species suggest Wardell rather than high Lebanon. The Hesperornis beds north of Rock Spring must be in the Wardell also. The Ridley then would include most of the shaly beds above the Maclurites ls. The big cut on the north bank of Chicamauga Creek on US 27 is same Benbolt-like bed as that seen this morning.
[[stamp]] 0819 [[/stamp]] [[circled]] 12 [[/circled]] October 20 Left [[Trussville?]] for Attalla. Low section just SE about 200 yards from Big Wills Creek on US 241. Lower beds are cherty with rounded small masses of chert. According to B.N.C. this is like the Hardy Creek of Miller. These are A in the section. The ls. is dove, brownish gray. B- 29' to Calcarenite with Rostisellula. C- Upper 6' shaly ls. with Sowerbyella and Opilarina. D- Drab shale with ls. cobbles E- 2nd Sowerbyella zone. Shaley ls. F. Calcarcenite with Stromatacerium G. 2' with Camaroclodia H. Brachiopod brescia I. Crumbly ls. with Campylorthis J. Earthy clastics with Dystoctosphengia K. Calcarenite with Gervanella [[left margin sketch of a cross section of the geologic layers]] Trenton | | | | ---------| 3' | K ---------- 3 1/2 | | J -----------| 2 ' [[Campyborthen?]] I -----------| | 5 | H -----------| 2' | G -----------| | F 5 1/2 | --------------| 3' | E Sowerbyella | --------------| | 12' | Drab yellow | D shale. | --------------| 10' | Sowerbyella | C --------------| Restsicellulm | --------------| | | 29' | B. | | --------------| | 33' | Cherty | A Hardy Creek | |
[[stamped]] 0820 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 13 [[/encircled]] October 21. Left Dalton about 8:30 AM and went through gap just NE of city. Here saw redbeds said to be Moccasin - Lowville. The beds however are very coarse and sandy and are rather massive. They were suggestive of Sequatchie rather than Moccasin. Followed Georgia 201 over to Villanow. East of Villanow about 2 miles saw some red beds but no good section. Went west of Villanow on Georgia 143 marked [[encircled]] 2 [[/encircled]] on Catlett sheet. About 2 miles W of Villanow saw long section in Siturian capped by Chattanooga shale. Still farther west through Maddox Gap is another long section extending down to the junction of Ga [[encircled]] 2 [[/encircled]] (143) and Georgia by. 95. At the junction occur red and yellowish mudrock, thought by BNC to be Blackford. For about 0.4 mile east in the field are in succession dove ls. followed by yellow shales with thin lining bands with Sowerbyella and Piondoma. Above these are yellowish Moccasin mudrocks, possibly 275' in all. Up the hill are Sequatchie red beds.
[[left margin]] Specimens in [[underlined]] Ottawa Canada [[/underlined]] [[/left margin]] September 22. Spent entire day at Crown Point On west shore Bulwagga Bay section is exposed at south end of the Bay. Lowest rock exposed is the upper part of the Fort Cassin limestone, A [[superscript]] 1 [[/superscript]] of Raymond's section A. This is overlain by 12' of shale dark gray in color, and containing beds of hard limestone up to 6" in thickness. One of these 6' from the base contains [[underlined]] Lingula brainerdi [[/underlined]] in abundance. A [[superscript]] 2 [[/superscript]] of Raymond These shales are followed by about 40 feet of dark gray limestone Fossils are common above the lower 5'. Raymonds section B. is mostly from the new bridge west along the shore to a point just beyond the old French Fort. Here was taken [[underlined]] Triplesia gracilis [[/underlined]] The upper beds of the Chazy are in the fort grounds, a heavy 2' bed of coarse ss.
Borrow Obolus affinis from Redpath Orthis band 3 Camarotoechia plena from Montreal. Pionodenia subaequata Montreal Carn. various Montreal Dinosthis platys Montreal Albany R. Dev.
Types from Conghnawaga, La Prairie Co., Que. 2 views t. vulgaris Raymond [[strikethrough]] 2 [[/strikethrough]] Camarella longirostys 1039 Has dental plates & suggests small Triplecia. Beak of central valve of type is broken. Strong dorsal fold at very front of valve Mingan Ids. Camerella various Type lot of 2 specimens, 1038 is a wide one, 1038a is a narrow one. Wide one has flaring flanks & 3 ribsin sulcus, 4 on fold. Sinus originates at middle of valve Narrow one has 2 ribs in sinus with barrow folds bounding sinus Mingan Ids. Stroph. imbecilis Good ventral 559g " [[ditto for: Good]] dorsal 559 881 Remopleurides affinis Bill. with [[underlined]] Leptella. [[/underlined]] H. intermedia for Dr. Kindle
Obolus belli Bill. Island of Montreal, Que. 1026b is ventral; 1026c is dorsal. Large Glossinoid in shape, beak near a [[right angle shape]] 2 views Lingula lyelli 1027c Allumette Id. Pontiac Co., Ohawa R. Very elongate distorted & wrinkled L.55, N27; 1027 = L37, W. 23 2 views Dinosthis platys Bill. Id. of Montreal, Que. 1034a = 44W, 35 long Simade in front 1/3 of ventral valve; subcarinate umbo.; dorsal sinus [[strikethrough]] to ante [[/strikethrough]] in posterior 2/3 5 ribs at front in 5 red lines 3 views Hebertella imperator 2 views 1036 - Ventral interior 1036a - Dorsal " [[ditto for: interior]] & side view Hawkesbury; Ont. C. plena Bill Montreal, Que 1040 L. 37, W. 32 6 ribs in sinus, one on each slope of sinus; 5 on flanks, W. of sinus 26 Dorsal, 4 on flanks 6 on fold; a subdued rib on slopes from fold. Ribs all strongly angular 4 views
Camarotoechia On[[?]]talis Mingan Islands Small, 3 ribs in deep sinus, strong L ribs, 4 ribs on flanks. L. 16, @ 16 figure 1041 F. 3 views Several specimens with 4 ribs in salens, & 5 on flanks. May be another species 1041a, b, d, R, 1041 Specimens with 4 ribs are wider than those with 3 & have a more convex dorsal valve. Select 1041b for type L 16, W 19 Flanks of 4 ribs sinus very flaring [[strikethrough]] slides [[/strikethrough]] spiral L obtuse, one with 3 ribs is acute. Beak of 3 ribs more acute. 4 views each, Hebertella borealis 1035c Type specimen, broken, dorsal side strongly convex, sinnate to margin, strong ribbed. 5 in 10 at front. Apsacline, narrow delthynium Cardinal extremities deflected strongly dorsally. Doyals lateral slopes very steep towards the cardinal extremities. Ventral valve flattened with very gentle lateral slopes. Type L 35, W 42. Ribs become very fine on flanks 28 ribs on ventral side of type A large specimen 1035a suggests H. imperator. It is L. 44, W 50
Clitambonites porcia 1044 [[margin]]Redscale[[/margin]] W. 18, L.11 Small, multicostellate,finely intricate lateral margins gently rounded card. Ls obtuse. Interarea orthocline, dethyrium very narrow. This is almost certainly a small Glyptorthus. I is associated on same slab with small Fionodema- like brach & a big Cystid. [[strikethrough]] 10 [[/strikethrough]] chazy, Island of Montreal. 2 pictures Strophemena caradenius Wilson W34, L.27 Swollen in middle, 6220 rounded cardinal extremities, rounded anterior and lateral margins. [[Sinuale]] [[umbo?]] and to middle of shell. 1st terace above house on rd. 2 pict. MacLearn Landing, 30 mi above Ottawa. Orthis acuminata. Bill 1045 Fragment of dorsal exterior with low cardinal process La Prairie, Que. 1 picture Luigula lunmoneusis Bill. 1028 near L Origional Clarence tp. lot 16, or 10 Con. 1? Russel Co., Ont. Swollen in middle & with low elevation in middle. Ventral valve 1 picture
Pictures taken Eicluvaldia subtugonalis interior 1145d; type 1145a (small whole) Dinobolus magnificus interior 1161G [[underlined]] D. canadensis type 1150. [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] McLearn Exchange [[/underlined]] Cameralla parva Bill suggests [[underlined]] Cyclospira [[/underlined]] or [[underlined]] Triplecia. [[/underlined]] It is not a [[underlined]] Camerella [[/underlined
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Types in M.CZ Palaeoglossa belli - MCZ 8722 - consists of 3 specimens, 1 ventral, 2 dorsals, one of which is not recognizable. Ventral valve lacks apex of beak Length 20.8 mm; width at widest part about in middle is 16 mm. Surface with concentric, [[strikethrough]] Is [[/strikethrough]] rounded lines separated by finer wavy lines. Dorsal valve incomplete at beak, and shows scarcely any ornament. Casts taken. Ross Republic qy. 3 mi. SE of Knoxville, Tenn. Holston, hard sparsely granular light gray marble. This is probably a new species. Palauoglossa gibbosa- 8587, Murat, Lexington, Va. Hard light gray semicrystalline to crystalline Is. Length 26.5 mm, width about 2/3 from break 22mm. Seems to be a dorsal valve. It has a median septum, consequently the species is probably an Eichivaldia as I thought. Schizambon euneatus - 8588 Length 15 mm., Width slightly anterior to middle 13mm. Holston, [[strikethrough]] dark [[/strikethrough]] light gray semigranular Is. Concentric lamella with double line on edge. Spines very fine about 2.5 mm. long
McNutt Qy, Sharon springs. Conotreta dechives - M. C Z. 8593In mottled pinkish granular marble containing Ptydroglyptus, Cyrtonotella [[strikethrough]] (a [[/strikethrough]] called Holston, McNutt Quarry, Sharon Spr. Height of cone 2.5 mm, width at base 3mm Ornament only slightly preserved consists of fine, even concentric lines. Acrossaccus shuleri - 8591 McNutt Qy. 2 specimens, 1 ventral, 1 dorsal in gray & pink granular marble called Holston. Dorsal valve small with submarginal but fairly strongly elevated apex. Ventral valve conical with apex partially broken away showing a tiny hole for the pedicle which must have emerged at or slightly posterior to the apex.
Acrosascus[[guess]] pannens. - 8592 Granular to semi-granular pink and gray ls. Shell is large exfoliated from the inside Petrocramia prona - 8589 = n. sp. Base of OHosee, Qy N of Luttrell, Tenn Length 15.5 mm; width at middle 14.5 Thick shelled, stout forming a very low cone about 4 mm high. Apex not preserved apparently located about 2/5 the length from the posterior margin. posterior ^[[or shorter]] slope gently convex with moderate slope. Anterior slope gentle and very gently convex. Posterior scars very large, close together. Behind them two oblique ridges extend towards each other but do not unite Anterior scars smaller, not well defined, indistinct. Surface marked by horizontal growth lines only.
Petrocrania cicatricula - 8590 OHosee (base) Qys. N. of Luttrell, Tenn. Very convex, sulcate anteriorly. Median muscles (Posterior?) large. No muscles seen at anterior margin on opposite sides of ridge produced by the sulens. [[left margin vertical]] Aparatype [[/left margin vertical]] Orthis disparilis - 8594, OHosee, Liberty Hill, Tenn. Same as my H. anstralis. Plectorthis holden - 8595 - a flat plate of dark gray chert weathered brownish on upper surface showing a number of small dinorthids Called Holston at Speers Ferry but seems probably more likely to be Lenoir as it is chert. Specimen a small ventral valve with 27 costae Swollen umbonal region. Suggests the small Sinking Creek Specimens or some of the small silicified Dinorthids from the OHosee.
Hebertella melonica 8596 OHosee (Lower 30'), Fugates Hill Large, subquadrate, Length 25.3 mm; width 30mm. 9 ribs in 5mm at very front. Ventral beak protrudes beyond dorsal. Ant. Commissure faintly & broadly implicate. No dorsal sulens Ventral sulens shallow. This is of large size. Glyptorthis - my virginica but small OHosee at Liberty Hill. Best specimen 8.3 long, 10.5 wide, 5mm. thick. Strongly apoachine initerarea, and very convex ventral valve. Dorsal valve only moderately convex. Dalmanella rogata - OHosee at Liberty Hill These are the Pionodema with dalmonelloid appearance L - 12mm, width 12.5m thickness 4.5mm. Ventral beak extends above dorsal, beak very prominent. Dorsal valve only slightly convex. I have same from high drazy. They look like a robust D. rogata
Plaesiomys platys - 8598 - OHosee Speer's Ferry. Very large ventral length 26mm., Width 33mm. Thickness 7mm. Sides subparallel front broadly rounded. Cardinal extremites a right [[angle symbol]] but deflected dorsally with deep grooves. Beak prominent. Dorsal beak extending slightly posterior to ventral. Ventral valve very slightly concave at front half. Ribs varying from 9 - 12 in 5mm. at front on same specimens In 5mm at 18mm anterior to beak are 12 costellae. This specimen is a large specimen of P. brevis. Same is probably true of the interior These may differ from the large coarse-ribbed ones from Rye Cove, I described. Plaesiomys brevis - 2 specimens Cotypes 8600 - Larger 17.5 long, 24 wide Cardinal extremities deflected. Ventral valve slightly concave in front Sulens shallow extending from beak to front margin. 13 costellae in 5mm at antero-lateral margin of dorsal valve. Swollen ribs not numerous. OHosee Fugates Hill.
Plaesiomys elongata - length 20mm. Width 22.5, thickness 11mm. Hinge 20.5mm. 11 - 13 costellae in 5mm. at front. Squarish, very thick, ventral sinuate, flatly convex on flanks. Dorsal rather strongly convex. cluterarea long apsachine (strongly) Dorsal intera[[?]] curved apsadine. Dinorthis atavoides 8605 - Holston N of Copper Creek on RR between Speers, Ferry & Clinchport. The specimen is large with no intercalated or bifurcated costae The Median portion of the ventral valve is swollen, the front depressed. The postero-lateral regions are depressed. The specimen looks like the large Dinorthids called Lenoir by Butts. Ventral muscles large. Matrix of interior is dark gray nodule evidently from shale.
Dinorthis quadriplicata 8602 OHosee, Fugates Hill Length 19mm; width 24.2, hinge 17mm Subquadrate, rounded extremities 4 or more stronger divided or undivided ribs in central part I have many of these. On the holotype there is practically no sinus on the dorsal valve. D. transversa - Holotype 8603 - Very wide, completely unlike D. quadriplicata and a good species Length 19.5, width 29.5, Hinge 21.5 Besides its width this species differs from D. quadriplicata by its deep dorsal sulens. 2 paratypes
Pionodema globosa is truly Mimella. Holotype 8609 Length 19mm., Width 21.5mm., Hinge 13mm, Thickness 10mm. May be young of [[underlined]] Melonica. [[/underlined]] V.-Convex in posterior half, flattened anterior half, Cardinal extremities deflected dorsally. 12 costellae in 5 mm at front of middle of ventral valve. Paratype - definitely ventral valve of Mimella. 12 costella in 5mm. Although P. globosa suggests M. melonica the ribbing is somewhat finer. Pionodema miniscula - 8610 - Lebanon, Lebanon, Tenn. Small Length 12.5mm, width 13.5, thickness 6.5mm. Hinge 9mm. specimen looks like minature P. subaequata. V.-moderately convex in profile, sulcate in anterior 1/4. Sulcus narrow shallow. Ant. commesure[[guess]] faintly implicate.[[guess]] Dorsal about as convex as the ventral 20 in 5 mm. at front. Greatest width at middle.
[[image - appears to be drawing of specimen(s) described below]] Plectambonites aequistuatus - 8611 OHosee, Liberty Hill Tennessee [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[strikethrough]] cotypes 10mm. in length, 13.5 wide Hinge 13 + Dorsal valve gently concave, sulcate medially, very finely ribed. Taint radial undulations. Plert. delicatulas = Leptellina (not Tennesseesis but related form in Lenoir. P. tuseptatus - large occurs in chert with Dinorthis and large Rafinesquina. Large specimens from Holton N of Copper Creek placed here. P. crassus 8616 Holston, McNutt Qy. This is probably Leptaena. Leptaena prona 8620 badly silicified from Dinorthis zone Near Goodwins Ferry. In chert L. palustris Holston, Concord Tenn.
Rafinesquina duplistriata - From chert with Plect. triseptatus at Goodwin's Landing R. grandistriata 8623 Holston at McNutt Qy. This is [[underlined]] Cyrtonotella [[/underlined]] Paratype of Nicolella agilara is a dorsal valve of this species Raymond dups. Protorbyncha - Ridley Cumberland City, Tenn 3 - 15; with Hesperorthis east of Hanogate Tenn. 3 - 12; Oxoplecia - Fugate Hill - 2 - 15. Pictures of echinoids to R. T. Jackson Cooper took from Harvard Carb & Dev -------- 118 Jurassic ---------- 75 Cretaceous -------- 183 --- 376
[[stamped]] 0821 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 14 [[/left margin encircled]] Oct. 23 - Section on US 64 just east of Ocoee. Axis of syncline through old house at top of hill. Three units seen Section starts 1.6 miles east of intersection. of US 64 & 411. [[image - left margin drawing of geologic column with four layers described below]] | | Blue sandy shale weathering yellow brown - Sevier type -------| | Coarse friable ss. -------| | Athens type shale, weathered yellow, softer than upper shale -------| | Massive red & mottled earth probably Newala |
822 [[left margin encircled]] 15 [[/left margin encircled]] Vestal marble is same one that goes through Friendsville. Holston is in a bed to the north. Farrogut appears to be synonymous with Holston as it is on the Lenoir City belt. Section of Cisco, Georgia Section goes east and west of Cisco P.O. just on W side RR tracks. Section goes 0.8 mile west of US 411 and about one mile west of US 411. Strike is N 5[[degree symbol]] E and dip on the west side US 411 is 38[[degree symbol]] to the east. Dip on east side ranged from 35[[degree symbol]] - 40[[degree symbol]] Newala exposed on top of hill 0.8 mile W of US 411. On top of Newala is a [[left margin]] thin Mosheim and 10'[[/left margin]] of cobbly ls. containing Bimuria Then follows dark gray, white-streaking shale with a few graptolites. Then follows an enormous sequence of yellowish or yellow brown-weathering light blue arenaceous shale like the Sevier. This contains at least two thick beds of massive coarse-grained brown ss. This Sevier type of rock runs to about 0.1 - 0.15 mile east of US. 411. Then comes yellow shale and reddish ss all deeply weathered, culminating in a hard ledge of red brown
[[stamped]] 0823 [[/stamped]] [[encircled]] 16 [[/encircled]] sandstone terminating in a coarse conglomerate. Above the cgl. is red, thinly cleaved shale like moccasin. This is followed by yellow, thin bed shale. Then comes more red ss up to the fault against the schist. (Pigeon) From about 0.1 - 0.15 miles E of US 411 to fault is mapped as Tellies but it seems to have the character of the Bays. East of Benton just before entering gap in Sand Hills is Newala overlain by Lenoir with large Maclurites. This is overlain by 10 or 15' of cobbly ls with Bimmia [[left margin]] [[5 pointed star]] [[/left margin]] Then comes shale. The shale east of Benton was determined by Ulrich as Athens. In the Arline tongue we saw Cystonotella, Leptellina and Orthomborides besides the Bimmia. The Lenoir was not seen west of Cisco except for Mosheim. At Benton the Newala was followed by cgl. mudstone, yellowish in color Then came the Lenoir which seemed to be in a swale in the Newala. About 2 mi NE on this ridge at a road intersection a greater thickness of Arline appeared.
[[stamped]] 0824 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 17 [[/left margin encircled]] Oct. 23 Just over bridge E of Snow Hill School, yellowish mud-cracked mud-stone & some dove ls. Farther along the road beside the Word Mahan just east of Snow Hill come dove ls. with Strophomena like the Wardell one.. Then more yellow mud-cracked rock. At second house (one near road) is a red bed. South side road. Opposite first house ^[[(about 1/2 mile E)]] on N side road east of Tenn 6 occurs top of section in silty yellow beds, with one red bed. This is Cane Creek according to Cooper. A chert ends section. Between 0.2 & 0.3 mile E of Tenn 60 are earthy shaly beds yellow with shell beds full of Doleroides. At entrance to Gap occur beds with Hebertella frankforteusis On SE of intersection Mahan Gap road & Tenn 60. Thin bedded ls abounding in Zygospira. At house about 1/2 mile est of Tenn 60 a thicker chert occurs below the lower one. This sets off the Cane Creek fm. between cherts
[[stamped]] 0825 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 18 [[/left margin encircled]] Went on northeast to Texas. Knobs and saw same section as east of Snow-Hill. along Tenn 58 we saw the lower chert zone at the top with Hardy Creek ls under it. This limestone is [[left margin]] light [[/left margin]] blue gray when weathered and is filled with large Zygospria. Saw Moccasin-Witten type limestone all along Tenn 58 on Birchwood [[square symbol]] from Clint Hill Church SW to about 1 1/2 from the Southwest corner of the [[square symbol]]. Went back to Snow Hill and measured section. A lower red bed occurs about 40' above the base and is sandwiched between yellowish earthy beds. A second red-bed of redder mealy rock occurs higher in the section and is exposed at first house west of Tenn 60 on Mahan Gap road Another excellent section appears on Providence road just west of Tenn 60. The lower red occurs about 1/2 mi SE of junction of Roy Lane & Providence road. The upper red is well exposed just east of Providence Church. Here Tetradium ^[[and Pionodena]] was found just under it. About 0.1 mile east of the Providence church
826 [left margin encircled]] 19 [[/left margin encircled]] in the woods not far north of the road is an excellent section of the beds above the lower reds and yellows. These rocks are dove Lowville type with rounded blobs of chert. On top of the cherty beds occur Mosheim type limestones. In this belt above the cherty beds occur [[strikethrough]] Pionodema [[/strikethrough]] and zygospira. Higher and below the cherts a few calcarenites produced abundant Doleroides. All this suggests Lebanon - Witten.
[[vertical]] East of Snow Hill [[/vertical]] [[image - drawings as follows. To right appears to be grid with '1' at top and '2' inverted at bottom, arrow pointing upwards. ________________ 1" ________________ Yellow & reddish mud rock. Cane Creek ________________ __________ 4" ---- | | | | _________________ __________ ____________ Blue Light blue gray ls. Hardy Creek Hardy Creek [[arrow up and down]] Zygospira _____________ [[inverted]] Curdsvill [[/inverted]] [[/image]] [[vertical]] Tenn [[encircled]] 58 [[/encircled]] [[/vertical]]
[[left margin encircled]] 20 [[/left margin encircled]] 827 October 25 Went to St. Clair. Ampyx americarius just on top of Arline beds suggest same relationship as at Catawba. At bridge over Robertson Creek occur cobbly beds which suggest middle Athens. The slabby and limy beds, in the cuts on the Hiwasse River. It suggests that the Arline, the Graptolite shales and the cobbly slabby ls all are equal to type Athens at least as displayed at Charleston. Ls ends about opposite 2nd house S of bridge. On the curve just south of the house is hackly clearing yellow shale. On S side next S bend comes Sevier, massive blue weathering yellow, nearly vertical Near Mooney Cemetery same blue-gray yellow-weathering rock. Contains a few fossils Thick bedded Sevier with D. Transversa just north of road east, S of Mooney Cem. Just S of road east come limestone with Cystid plates and Oligorhynchia. This is
[[stamped]] 0828 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 21 [[/left margin encircled]] covered by thin-bedded ls and some yellow shale. The limestone dark gray to black, fine-grained, mud rock lithology well-mud-cracked-axis of syncline just south of first house S of road east 0.7 mi N of Oates Cobbles just S of Whitehorn occur at base of cobbly beds above the shale. The Otes Lingulas must occur near the top of the cobbly beds. Returned to section north of Otes to see mud-cracked beds. Coop (B. N.) identified the mud-cracked beds as his Bowen formation. Above the yellow gray mud cracked beds come red-beds near the middle of the hill. Above that we did not go. The Bowen was thought by BNC to be 60 feet thick. There would be little Witten there. The section from St. Clair south is thus: [[left margin]] ___________ | [[/left margin]]
[[stamped]] 0829 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 22 [[/left margin encircled]] thin skin of Witten on hilltop Bowen mud-cracked beds. Cystid & bryozoan beds with Oligorhy. Sevier type shale Hard sandy band with Dinorthis Sevier sandy shale. Cobbly ls. and shale Dark shale with Graptolites Arline Mosheim [[solid line across page]] Returned to Guthrie Gap. Found Dinorthis transversa about 0.4 miles N of the church. The cystid beds appear 0.3 mile south of the church behind a house on east side road. Above these is a hard sandstone band suggesting the Tellico ss. On the hill just SE of the church are beds stuffed with bryozoans and cystid plates suggesting the cystid bed above Dinorthis. Where exposed SE of the church it reverses dip. The beds above dip north and those on the other side
[[stamped]] 0830 [[/stamped]] [[left margin encircled]] 23 [[/left margin encircled]] of the turn dip south. This puts the Zygospira - Oligorhynchia beds above the Cystid bed in the hill beside the church and also on the hill southeast of the church where they dip south We saw no Bowen in this section.
1950 [[stamped]] 0831 [[stamped]] Virginia Sept 19 - 23. September 19 - Visited locality @ 6.5 miles NE of Lustres Gate. Large channel in Knox filled with thick succession of limestone. Near base Rostricellula abundant. Slightly higher Dactylogonia abundant. Maclurites beds overlie the brachiopod beds and all covered by rock suggesting Lincolnshire but without any diagnostic fossils being seen. Batetourt overlies the whole. About a mile or two SW at locality visited last year Batetourt lithology with fossils occurs in coarse calcarenites forming a great reefy mass. The calcarenites at the base of the channel in the Knox are suggestive of the Lenoir beds about 3 miles SW of Marrion, Va. [[left margin vertical]] Lunch 70¢ Sept 20 " [[Ditto for: Lunch]] 70¢ " [[Ditto for: Sept]] 21 " [[Ditto for: Lunch]] 20¢ " [[Ditto for: Sept]] 22 " [[Ditto for: Lunch]] 60 " [[Ditto for: Sept]] 23 [[/left margin vertical]] September 20- About 1.5 miles south of Lusters Gate on road to Ellett. West of road long section has Blackford like beds at base followed by Maclurite-bearing limestone with 2 bands of Mosheim lithology. This is followed by a thick section of shaly ls containing abundant Hesperorthis & Multicostella. Opikina is also present but rare, Black chert also present. This part is identified with Whistle Creek. Above WC occurs black granular ls with
[[stamped]] 0832 [[stamped]] some chert. The lithology is like Lincolnshire. Sept. 20[[superscript]] 1 [[/superscript]] 0.6 mile farther south and on W side road red sandy shales occur in contact with Knox. Overlying this are blackford-like dolomites followed by real-chazy thin bedded ls. containing Mimella. Above this is the Whistle Creek followed by Lincolnshire lithology. This is overlain by nodular ls. looking like upper (Christiana) Lenoir Botetourt follows the nodular beds. Then comes a thin calcarenite and the Athens. Whistle Creek here abounds in a species of Nidulites Sept 20[[superscript]] 2 [[/superscript] - About one mile south of Ellett on west side of road about 100 yards west of the Hy. About 10' above the Knox rock is crowded with [[underlined]] Rostricellula. [[/underlined]] The rock also contains ragged fragments of chert. Rock above Rostricellula beds reminds strongly of lower Lenoir, shaly rock with blue patches. The rock has blue patches in a shaly matrix. Considerable dolomite occurring in the lower part of the section.
[[image]] - hand drawn map showing Ford, direction to Hansonville, direction to Hansonville loc. W and N compass. [[/image]]
[[stamped]] 0833 [[/stamped]] Sept. 21. - Visited Chatham Hill locality. Small parallel - sided Sowerbyella occurs about 50 or 60' below the Oxoplecia beds. The beds here are mapped as Athens and are on the strike with the Athens at Saltville. In afternoon visited Benbolt south of Hansonville and a locality Sept. 22 - Visited Hagan school and new exposures at Cedar Point School. Paleostrophomena occurs in tongues of shaly - fracturing limestone suggesting upper Lenoir beds. Get Newman send thesis
May 16 - 19, 1952 [[stamped]] 0834 [[/stamped]] [[red ink]] Mileage at start 1013 [[/red ink]] May 16. Left Washington 9:30. Arrived Harrisonburg 12:30 EST Went to Green Mount Church and spent most of day in its vicinity Va. Co hy 617 has been changed to Va Co. hy [[underlined in green]] 910. [[/underlined in green]] At junction of 777 and [[underlined in green]] 761 [[/underlined in green]] on east side of 761 occurs an excellent exposure of New Market - Whistle Creek with Lincolnshire at top of ridge This can be followed as a ridge nearly parallel to the road to Co by 721. At Junction 721 and 910 (617) occurs Martinsburg with Cryptolithis. On 910, west side about
[[stamped]] 0835 [[/stamped]] 1/4 mile N of intersection of [[insert, circled]] 617 [[/insert, circled]] 910 & 777 occurs exposure of Martinsburg with Parastrophus and abundant silicified Cryptolithus. South of Greenmont church 1/4 - 1/2 mile at junction of Va 910 and 768 is Martinsburg with Salona forms. Here I found a large Reuschella. Some good brachiopods were taken from a lane just S of church and about 150 yards from church. May 17. Side road 736 about 150 yds. NE of U.S. 250 at Jennings Gap, Overturned Martinsburg. Athens
[[stamped]] 0836 [[/stamped]] in lower part of section followed by Nidulites beds which are lowest part of section in the road cut. This is followed by Granular ls. (St. Luke?) or Collierstown. No Oranda was seen. Limy Martinsburg overlies the granular beds. This has big Sowerbyella and large dalmanellids suggestive of Curdsville. Cryptolithus also present. It looks transitional between Curdsville and Martinsburg of eastern belts. May 17. Long and thick sequence of Oranda just east of
[[stamped]] 0837 [[/stamped]] Junction of Va 616 and Va. 699. The Oranda must be 100' thick. Cryptolithus abundant a long distance above the Oranda. This is locality of silicified Cryptolithus. 2.4 miles N 23° E of Spring Hill, Va. May 18 0.1 mile NNE of Va. 617 and 753 on 617 is excellent section of low Edinburg. Contact of Botetourt with Lincolnshire about 450 feet west of Va 617. Base of Botetourt conglomerates with ls. pebbles up to 4" in diameter. Botetourt about 20 - 25' thick. Beds above B. are thin-bedded, often platy with Tretaspis and Ampyxina.
[[stamped]] 0838 [[/stamped]] These are like Lacey Spring beds. On east side of road in lower Edinburg occurred a lens of Christiania in black heavy slabby ls. Oranda 1/4 mile east on 782 of junction with 617 is excellent exposure of Oranda with an excellently rotted bed. Just east of Broadway road 259 makes a U-loop. Inside loop are excavations for a new road. Here lower Athens with Robergia and Tretaspis. Also Elliptoglossa. Locality is 0.2 mile W. of Va 42 intersection with Va 259.
[[stamped]] 0839 [[/stamped]] M1752 Lincolnshire on Va. hy. 613 at east end of hill 1/4 mile west of sharp bend on west side Long Glade about 2.7 miles N 8° E of Spring Hill, Parnassus [[square symbol]], Va. good exposures of Botetourt - Effna and Lincolnshire
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[[stamped]] 0840 [[/stamped]] [[image - drawing of geologic column]] [[vertical]] Cobbly | Edinburg | [[/vertical]] | _______________| coarsely | granular | 30' [[?]] with | fossils | _______________| Siltstone | 2 - 3' _______________| Bimuria | Cobbly | 35' + - ls. | Corineorthis | _______________| New | Market | | [[/image]] [[right vertical]] Milburn Cemetery about 1 mi. E of US 11 3 mi. N of Winchester [[/right vertical]]
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[[stamped]] 0841 [[/stamped]] July 9, 1955 [[image - wavy line blue ink]] [[encircled]] 1 [[/encircled]] Consists of two parts. A. Along Conondoguinet Creek 1/4 mile NW of bridge on west edge of Carlisle □ granular limestone in upper part St. Paul group had tribolites and Oligorhynchia. B. Upper Chambersburg (Oranda) in swale on east side of dirt road going NE about 0.6 mile NW of bridge over Conodoguinet Creek on W edge Carlisle □. Several pieces for etching. [[encircled]] 2 [[/encircled]] Dark St Paul or Lincolnshire ls with algaes. First right (about 1/4 mi. east of Paved road) east of paved road on Newville sheet. between turnpike & river. [[encircled]] 3 [[/encircled]] On New Bloomfield [[square symbol]], 3/4 mile east of Hogestown on US 11 and 1/2 - 3/4 mile N of U S 11. Chambersburg on both sides Conodoguinet Creek. at bridge Lunch, .60; supper 1.50; room 3.50 Breakfast .75, lunch .60 Supper 1.00
0858 Check up on posterior June 17 Left Ann Arbor about 8:30 A M, reached Ingersoll about 3:30 P.M. First quarry just NW of Ontario Hy 2 about 2 miles NE of Ingersoll, Quarry of Chemical Lime Co. Here are about 50 - 90 feet of Detroit River (probably Lucas & possibly some Amherstburg In wells under the Lucas comes cherty beds of Amphigenia zone of Lower Onondaga. The cherty zone under the Lucas is probably thicker than where it outcrops. The Lucas is overlain by Columbus with Paraspirifer, very wide-lineged Spinifers (macrus?) many Conocardium, good typical Colombus limestone. About 15' of Columbus occurs at this quarry. Almost in the city of Ingersoll a well shows 45' of the cap rock (Columbus) This could be partly Dundee or Delaware. In a quarry just SW of RR station at Innerkip is a defunct quarry with Silurian in lower part and with cherty Onondaga about 10' on top. Here are many corals and a few brachiopods including Amphigenia. This is lowest Onondaga according to Dr. Ehlers and belongs under the Detroit River of the Ingersoll Quarry.
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