Persepolis and Ancient Iran was originally published as a text/microfiche publication by the University of Chicago Press in 1977. Now the whole collection can be browsed for free! I love the Web and how it can make content more available.
Here are a few images. These are copyrighted and my copy of just a few for non-profit purposes is allowed as fair use under American copyright law:
From the site:
The catalog is divided into four sections, summarizing the major areas of investigation: the architecture, reliefs, and finds of the Palaces at Persepolis; the prehistoric mound of Tall-i-Bakun; Istakhr, the Islamic city mound; and the aerial survey flights conducted between 1935 and 1937.
Each section describes the vast accumulation of artifacts uncovered and the buildings reconstructed out of the ruins of this ancient Persian capital. In addition, the expedition's aerial survey explorations are detailed, which constituted an important contribution to archaeological research techniques.