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Waterside view of the Amistad National Recreation Area, at the confluence of the Rio Grande, Devils, and Pecos rivers near Del Rio, Texas. The reservoir created there by the Amistad dam is famous for its deep and dangerous underwater caves, popular with elite scuba divers

Waterside view of the Amistad National Recreation Area, at the conflue...

Title, date, and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: The Lyda Hill Texas Collection of Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith's America Project, Library of Congress, Prints and P... more

Marine Biological Laboratory, Shipping & Scuba Building, 101 Water Street, Falmouth, Barnstable County, MA

Marine Biological Laboratory, Shipping & Scuba Building, 101 Water Str...

Significance: Founded in 1888, MBL is the nation's first and most enduring permanent marine biological research and educational institution. This building is a relatively late example of the vernacular wood-fr... more

Marine Biological Laboratory, Shipping & Scuba Building, 101 Water Street, Falmouth, Barnstable County, MA

Marine Biological Laboratory, Shipping & Scuba Building, 101 Water Str...

Significance: Founded in 1888, MBL is the nation's first and most enduring permanent marine biological research and educational institution. This building is a relatively late example of the vernacular wood-fr... more

Marine Biological Laboratory, Shipping & Scuba Building, 101 Water Street, Falmouth, Barnstable County, MA

Marine Biological Laboratory, Shipping & Scuba Building, 101 Water Str...

Significance: Founded in 1888, MBL is the nation's first and most enduring permanent marine biological research and educational institution. This building is a relatively late example of the vernacular wood-fr... more

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