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TitleFlowstone formation resembling frozen cascada in Mites Cave, Kentucky, 1892
CollectionsGlass Plate Negatives
Descriptive InformationPhotograph - Frozen Cascada (glass negative) glass negative: mites cave - the Frozen Cascada-- photo was taken by Ben Hains; photo developed at New Albany, Indiana; 1892; this photograph was taken in mites cave. This glass negative show an close of a flowstone formation that looks like a frozen cascada- this formation is solid rock. Across the bottom of the photo is a printed inscription "0102, mites cave- the frozen cascada" and also "copyrighted 1892 by H. C. Ganter.. Ben Hains, cave photographer.. New Albany, Ind, U.S.A.". This is a negative for a black and white photo.measurements: height 252 mm, width: 202 mm. thickness: 2 mmcondition: goodthe original blue 10-254 lists this as a gift from Ellis Jones on 14 Dec, 1981. Originally housed gsu c, sh 4 with maca 3608-3645, 3724-3743, 3746-3749, 3872-3888, 3903. Caves, geology.
LocationsMammoth Cave National Park, Edmonson County, Kentucky, United States(37.19758,-86.13089)
Mediumglass plate negatives
Box Accession Ellis Jones Collection Glass Plate Negatives Box 1 MACA 3724-MACA 3743 Rehoused June 1999 !!FRAGILE!!
Held By Mammoth Cave National Park