Taber, I. (Isaiah) W. (West). Quarry of the Raymond Granite Company, Raymond, Fresno County, Calif. Photographed by I.W. Taber, ca. 1895. (Restricted Originals. Use Viewing Prints Only, Shelved as BANC PIC 19xx.051-.052--PIC: Use of originals only by permission of the Curator of Pictorial Collections, The Bancroft Library, University of California Berkeley.) (Information from California Digital Library, MELVYL Catalog.)
Taff, J. A., and A. H. Brooks. Buckhannon Folio, West Virginia. Description by J. A. Taff and A. H. Brooks, Geologic Atlas U. S., Folio 34, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1896.
Taff, Joseph A. “Geology of Mount Diablo and Vicinity,” Geol. Soc. America Bull., vol. 46, 1935. 1079-1100.
Tancin, Charlotte. Bibliography of Wyoming Geology, 1960-1969. Laramie: Wyoming Geological Survey of Wyoming, 1984. 240 pp.
Tarr, R. S. Economic Geology of the United States, with Briefer Mention of Foreign Mineral Products. 2d. ed., New York: 1895.
Tarr, W. A. Introduction to Economic Geology. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1930.
Tarr, W. A. A Study of the Effects of Heat on Missouri Granites. Missouri University Bulletin, vol. 15, No. 27, September, 1914.
Tashjian, Dickran, and Ann Tashjian. Memorials for Children of Change: The Art of Early New England Stone Carving. Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 1974.
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Taylor, H. A. Dimension Stone. 1988. U.S. Bureau of Mines, 10 pp., 1988.
Taylor, H. A. Dimension Stone. 1991. U.S. Bureau of Mines, 9 pp., 1989.
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Taylor, Sarah Stewart. Judgment of the Grave. (Fiction) St. Martin’s Minotaur, June 16, 2005, 336 pp., ISBN-10: 0312337396, ISBN-13: 978-0312337391. (“Amateur sleuth Sweeney St. George’s chance encounter with a young boy sparks her interest in the boy’s Revolutionary War-era ancestor, a stonecutter and gravestone maker. Coincidentally, Sweeney and the boy also stumble on the body of a murdered man in Revolutionary War clothing near the site of a recent historical reenactment. And, to make things more interesting, it turns out the dead man was writing a book on the boy’s stonecutter ancestor....”)
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Thomas, E. L. “Sullivan Drill Sharpener Increases Quarrying Efficiency,” Mine and Quarry, Vol. X, No. 1, Whole No. 32, March 1917, pp. 941-946. (Photo captions in article: pp. 942: “Sullivan rotators mounted on quarry bars at the Appalachian Marble Company’s Quarry, Knoxville, Tennessee. Down and side holes 14 feet deep are drilled with these tools to split the stone after channeling.” pp. 943: (top) “Five-piece channeler bit or gang for marble.” (bottom) “Sullivan sharpener being installed at Grey Eagle Marble Company’s quarry, Knoxville, Tennessee.” pp. 944: “Sullivan Improved Double Swivel Marble Channeler cutting 14 feet deep, Appalachian Marble Company, Knoxville, Tennessee.” pp. 945: “Sullivan rotators mounted on tripods at the Appalachian Marble Quarry, Knoxville, Tennessee. Horizontal and vertical holes 14 feet dep are drilled. Sullivan channeler in background.”)
Thomas, J. J. "Westmoreland Slates: Their Geology, Chemistry, and Architectural Value," Royal Inst. British Arch. Jour., 1896. 194-200.
Thompkins-Kiel Marble Company. Products of Tompkins-Kiel Marble Company Stone Catalog, Distributors of Marble – Stone, New York, circa 1890’s through 1915, 90 pp.
Thompson. (Areal report /reference on building stone in Indiana), Indiana Geological and Natural History Survey, Seventeenth Report, 1891. 19. (Citation from Economic Geology of the United States, by Heinrich Ries, 1907)
Thompson & West. Ranch of D. & T. Williams of Williams Bros., San Jose, Cal. Goodrich's Free Stone Quarry, on Almaden Road: 8 miles south of San Jose, Cal. (Other Titles: Goodrich's Free Stone Quarry on Almaden Road, publisher: 1876.
Thomson, George. “Scottish Discoid* Gravemarkers: The Origins and Classification of a Rare Type of Mortuary Artifact.” in Markers XXV: 25th Anniversary Edition, Association For Gravestone Studies, Richard E. Meyer and Gary L. Collison, eds., pp. 44-65. (* a “circular or oval-shaped sculptural artifact”)
Thompson, Miss M.E. An Artist in the Quarries: An Exhibition of Drawings by Miss M.E. Thompson. (Artist yn y chwareli : arddangosfa o ddarluniau gan, bywyd, gwaith a golygfeydd chwareli Gogledd Cymru), (The life, work and landscape of the North Wales quarries.) Cardiff: Welsh Arts Council, 1981. A Welsh Arts Council touring exhibition. ISBN:0905171861.
Thompson, Zadock. The Geography and Geology of Vermont. Burlinton, Vt.: published by the Author, Chauncey Goodrich, Printer 1848. 220 pgs.
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Tillman, David A. Building with Granite. Portland, Maine: Tower Pub. Co., 1972. 88 pp.
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Trains Magazine, July, 1947. (A couple of the articles are entitled: (1) Monon's Day Express Near Bloomington, and (2) Stone Train on the Monon. These photo captions relate to stone quarries: (1) "Train 75 drifts over one of the bends in Clear Creek just two miles from Harrodsburg. The only major line improvement on the system is this truck built a" the Indiana Stone Railroad in 1899. The Monon's president, W. H. McDoel, and a director, James Murdock, formed the ISRR. Monon leased the line and also bought the bonds issued to help build it. This 10-mile line passes a bad two-way grade with u water-Level route. Part of the old line is still used for local trains to reach quarries." (2) "Full Page Glossy Stone Train on the Monon Work extra 524 picks up some quarry-to-mill cars at a quarry near Bloomington. The huge limestone block are unloaded at mills at Bloomington and Bedford, where they are worked into building stone of various sizes and shapes and then reloaded into mainline freight cars for shipment to buildings sites all over the country. In their completed form the numbered chunks of stone are packed tightly into low side gondolas with generous veneers of excelsior and powdered limestone as a cushion."
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Turner, H. W. "Notes on Some Igneous Metamorphic and Sedimentary Rocks of the Coast Ranges of California," Jour. Geology, vol. 6, 1898. 483-499.
Turner, H. W. U. S. Geological Survey Atlas, Bidwell Bar Folio (No. 43). 1898. 8 pp.
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Turner, H. W. U. S. Geological Survey Atlas, Jackson Folio (No. 11). 1894. 8 pp.
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