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Dayle Watt (left) and J. D. Leith (right), assistants to Arthur Gray Leonard, work in the field. Watt stands next to a large wagon washing his hands while Leith poses next to a tent with an axe. Next to the wagon are two buckets and a washing board. The text on the back of the photograph reads: "Our Camp at Cussick's Spring." Arthur Gray Leonard became the State Geologist of North Dakota and Assistant Professor in the Fall of 1903. Leonard served UND for 30 years. (Information from University of Relations Department, "Factbook."
Universities & colleges -- North Dakota -- Grand Forks
North Dakota--Grand Forks; North Dakota
University of North Dakota
Watt, Dayle; Leith, J.D.
Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections, Chester Fritz Library, University of North Dakota
Tent, Wagon, Buckets, Axe, Dayle Watt, J.D. Leith, Geology Department, Field Work, Cussick's Spring, Tents, Wagons, Pails, Geology - Fieldwork, Axes, Men, Men