File:AMNH scow Mary Jane.jpg

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The AMNH scow Mary Jane in 1911. This is determined by the larger "flagpole" seen on the left. This was only present in 1911. Left to right: Henry Fairfield Osborn (AMNH); Fred Saunders (cook from Stettler, Alberta) and Barnum Brown (AMNH).

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