Glen Evans:
The Compleat Naturalist
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TOOLS of the TRADE

Glen Evans at work in a crystal lined cave, photo by Grayson Meade

Below you will see just a few of the tools that Glen used in his fieldwork. The hat is critical to any Texan, and the coffee pot integral to all camps. The bean pot is critical to camp survival and the lantern is essential for investigating mines and caves (as Glen was preparing to do when this photo was taken).  

This tunnel is 140 feet below the surface near Terlingua,

Glen used his camera and his impeccable eye to capture many of the images shown in this exhibit. 

Excavating at Plainview

Field work in Texas

Bedroll. coffee pot, bean pan, cup, lantern
Glen Evans in the field in Canada, photo by Grayson Meade

Field work in Colorado
 

Boots, hat, gloves, water bottle

Field notes

Field notes
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tape, brush, trowel, axe, pick, hammer, and awl