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1. Alluvial fan Alluvial fan Alluvial fans; Rivers -- Idaho; Streams Alluvial fan is formed by washout in Thirty-two Creek.
River spreads out in many small channels over the surface.
Stream is inaccessible to salmon.

2. Arid land in lower Loon Creek valley Arid land in lower Loon Creek valley Valleys Semi-arid section in lower Loon Creek valley near the mouth of the creek

3. At the Confluence of Middle Fork and Main Salmon Rivers At the Confluence of Middle Fork and Main Salmon Rivers Rivers -- Idaho

4. Beaver dam and house Beaver dam and house Beaver dams; Streams; Rivers -- Idaho Large beaver dam and house about 1 1/2 miles above the Loon Creek Ranger Station

5. Cascade falls above Sulphur Creek Cascade falls above Sulphur Creek Rivers -- Idaho; Waterfalls Series of cascade-falls in Middle Fork Salmon River above Sulfur [Sulphur] Creek
Passable for fish at low water and passable with difficulty at high water according to the natives

6. Deer Horn Creek area Deer Horn Creek area Rivers -- Idaho; Streams Looking downstream in Middle Fork Salmon River Valley below Deer Horn Creek
Greyhound Creek enters in background on right

7. East Fork Mayfield Creek valley looking upstream East Fork Mayfield Creek valley looking upstream Valleys

8. Floyd G Bryant with fish Floyd G Bryant with fish Trout Nine rainbow trout and one dolly caught by Bryant near mouth of Mahoney Creek
The fish were caught between 4-5 pm with a fly hook.

9. Frey on section of trail hollowed out of cliff Frey on section of trail hollowed out of cliff Rivers -- Idaho; Streams

10. Hot springs Hot springs Springs; Streams Series of hot springs just above box canyon on Warm Springs Creek which is a tributary to Loon Creek, Idaho

11. Hot springs above Mahoney Creek Hot springs above Mahoney Creek Springs Series of hot springs above Mahoney Creek confluence

12. Looking downstream on east fork of Mayfield Creek Looking downstream on east fork of Mayfield Creek Waterfalls; Rivers -- Idaho; Streams East Fork of Mayfield Creek tributary to Loon Creek which is a tributary to the Middle Fork of the Salmon River
Photo is looking downstream over a cascade section in the stream

13. Marble Creek Marble Creek Rivers -- Idaho; Streams Looking upstream into the Marble Creek box canyon about 5 miles above the mouth

14. Marble Creek box canyon Marble Creek box canyon Canyons; Rivers -- Idaho; Streams Typical watershed topography below the box canyon near Marble Creek, Idaho

15. Middle Fork and Main Salmon River confluence Middle Fork and Main Salmon River confluence Rivers -- Idaho Confluence of Middle Fork and Main Salmon River
Turbidity of main stream is shown

16. Mistletoe injury on Douglas fir Mistletoe injury on Douglas fir Mistletoe; Douglas fir Mistletoe injury is very common in this country close to Marble Creek

17. Pack string going down canyon Pack string going down canyon Packtrains; Canyons Pack string going down canyon near lower end of Loon Creek, Idaho

18. Pack string on the trail Pack string on the trail Packtrains; Rivers -- Idaho; Streams Hendrick is the packer in the photo

19. Pack train crossing bridge Pack train crossing bridge Bridges; Packtrains; Pack animals Pack train crossing suspension bridge just above the Pistol Creek confluence

20. Pacl string going down canyon Pacl string going down canyon Packtrains; Canyons Pack string going down canyon near lower end of Loon Creek, Idaho
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