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Geology

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

James E. Talmage collection of pamphlets and newspaper articles, 1883-1910

 Series
Identifier: MSS 229 Series 11
Scope and Contents Contains pamphlets, magazine and newspaper articles, and printed advertisements collected by James E. Talmage. Most of these publications deal with geology and volcanology. Some are authored or partially authored by Talmage. Materials date from 1883 to 1910.
Dates: 1883-1910

James E. Talmage collection on professional societies, 1882-1926

 Series
Identifier: MSS 229 Series 8
Scope and Contents Contains materials relating to scientific and professional societies and Talmage's career as consulting geologist and mining engineer, dated 1882 to 1926. Includes material from the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Salt Lake Literary and Scientific Association, Royal Microscopical Society, Utah Microscopical Society, Geological Society of London, and Geological Society of America.
Dates: 1882-1926

James E. Talmage professional papers on geology and mining, 1879-1911

 Series — Oversize-folder 34: Series 9 [Barcode: 31197225551867]
Identifier: MSS 229 Series 9
Scope and Contents Contains James E. Talmage's papers relating to his carrier as a consulting geologist and mining engineer including mining articles, forms and tables, maps, and manuscripts, as well as legal material relating to the Rio Grande Western Railway, Silver King consolidated Mining Company of Utah, and other mining operations. Materials date from 1879 to 1911.
Dates: 1879-1911

James E. Talmage research notes, approximately 1872-1906

 Series — Box 18: Series 7 [Barcode: 31197227605620]
Identifier: MSS 229 Series 7
Scope and Contents note Includes notes on astronomy, chemistry and metallurgy, crystallography, economics, nutrition, education, world geography and statistics, geology, meteorology, microbiology and epidemiology, zoology, botany, physics, anatomy and phsyiology, and other subjects. Items included in this section were probably created during the years in which Talmage was associated with schools as either a student or a teacher and are not specifically related to any other career category. Other research notes were...
Dates: approximately 1872-1906