Thomas Nelson Dale (1845-1937) Papers, 1854-1933
CONTENTS LIST

II. Professsional Papers

  • Working with the U.S.G.S.
    Box 1
    Folder 5: Sketches of mountains, 1885-1920
    Folder 5: Photographs of Monument Mountain, 1889
    Folder 5: Plates from the 13th Annual Report of the U.S.G.S., 1891-1892
    Folder 6: 'Commercial marbles of western Vermont,' U.S.G.S. Bulletin 521, 1912
    Box 2
    Folder 1: 'Slate in the United States,' U.S.G.S Bulletin 586, 1914
    Folder 4: 'Geological history of Mt. Greylock,' 1906 (lecture given 1900)
  • Teaching
    Box 2
    Folder 2: Correspondence, 1877
  • Lecturing
    Box 2
    Folder 2: Notes and papers re: lectures to the Natural History Society, etc., 1887-1902
      Notes and papers re: lectures to the Okemo Literary Club, 1915-1916
    Folder 3: Notes and papers re: lectures to the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, etc., 1919-1922
      'Geological ramble in the Dutch border of Massachusetts,' 1929 (published 1902)
    Folder 4: 'Geological history of Mt. Greylock,' 1900 (published 1906)
      Mountain brooks and stagnant pools,' 1928
  • As an author
    Box 2
    Folder 3: 'Outskirts of physical science,' 1884
      'Geologic ramble in the Dutch border of Massachusetts,' 1902
    Folder 4: 'Geological history of Mt. Greylock,' 1906
      'Mountain brooks and stagnant pools,' 1928
      'Geological story of the western half of Berkshire County and an adjacent strip of Rensselaer County, NY,' 1933
    Folder 4a: 'The Outcomes of the Life of a Geologist: an autobiography', (ed. by Reinhard A. Wobus, 2005) [add, 11/2005]
  • Certificate
    Box 2
    Folder 4: Austrian Geologic Institute membership certificate, 1876
  • Current Williams College Seal