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President George Starcher, left, and Wilson Laird right, stand with geology students near the head of a triceratops dinosaur. Charles Frye, a UND student, discovered the dinosaur while mapping the area around Marmarth. The site of the dinosaur was 15 miles north of Marmarth, ND or about 85 miles southwest of Dickinson. UND's Geology Department displays the triceratops head in Leonard Hall.
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University of North Dakota
Starcher, George William, 1906-; Laird, Wilson M. (Wilson Morrow), 1915-1997
Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections, Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota
Triceratops, President George Starcher, Wilson Laird, Marmarth, North Dakota, Geology Department, Dinosaur Excavation, Dinosaurs, College presidents, Fossils - Collection and preservation, Excavation, Paleontology, Triceratops, College students