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Professor H. T. U. (Harold Theodore Uhr) Smith, Head of the Department of Geology, holds a small map while examining a large aerial geographical map with two unidentified men, possibly colleagues. Professor Smith studied low altitude aerial photography and topographic maps, and authored several books, before passing away in 1973.
(University Photograph Collection)

1961 Nov. 13
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Professor H. T. U. (Harold Theodore Uhr) Smith, Head of the Department of Geology, studies a large geological specimen in his hands. An aerial photographic map of Cape Cod is pinned to the wall next to him. Professor Smith studied low altitude aerial photography and topographic maps, and authored several books, before passing away in 1973. "H.T.U. Smith" hand-printed on... more
(University Photograph Collection)

1966 Nov. 13
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Professor H. T. U. (Harold Theodore Uhr) Smith, Head of the Department of Geology, studies a mounted aerial photograph in his hands. An aerial photographic map of Cape Cod is pinned to the wall next to him. Professor Smith studied low altitude aerial photography and topographic maps, and authored several books, before passing away in 1973. "HTU Smith" handwritten on bac... more
(University Photograph Collection)

1966 Nov. 13
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Professor H. T. U. (Harold Theodore Uhr) Smith, Head of the Department of Geology, pauses while examining a large geological map of the United States with pen and magnifying glass. Professor Smith studied low altitude aerial photography and topographic maps, and authored several books, before passing away in 1973. "H.T.U. Smith" hand-printed on back.
(University Photograph Collection)

1966 Nov. 13
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Professor H. T. U. (Harold Theodore Uhr) Smith, Head of the Department of Geology, examines a large geological map of the United States with pen and magnifying glass. Professor Smith studied low altitude aerial photography and topographic maps, and authored several books, before passing away in 1973.
(University Photograph Collection)

1966 Nov. 13
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Professor H. T. U. (Harold Theodore Uhr) Smith, Head of the Department of Geology, studies a large geological specimen in his hands. An aerial photographic map of Cape Cod is pinned to the wall next to him. Professor Smith studied low altitude aerial photography and topographic maps, and authored several books, before passing away in 1973.
(University Photograph Collection)

1961 Nov. 13