Back Issues — Vol.36, No.2   2005
March – April 2005
Vol.36, No.2
March - April 2005
March - April 2005
Title Page number(s)
Famous mineral localities: The Cripple Creek Mining District, Colorado
Carl R. Carnein, Paul J. Bartos
143- 185
A Lucky Man: Jack Halpern and his Colorful Collection
William F. Larson
189- 194
Criteria for Selecting Crystallized Mineral Specimens for a Display Collection
Jack Halpern
195- 198
Abstracts of the 20th Annual Tucson Mineralogical Symposium: China!
215- 217
Notes From the Editors
Our new website!
Wendell E. Wilson, Thomas P. Moore
138- 139
Died, Louis Perloff, 96
Quintin Wight
139- 140
Died, Julius Weber, 89
Anthony R. Kampf
Died, Willard L. Elsing, 93
Wendell E. Wilson
140- 141
Jean-Pierre Cand
Thomas P. Moore
Microminerals (Column)
Quintin Wight
201- 203
Abstracts of New Mineral Descriptions (Department)
Joseph A. Mandarino
219- 223
Book Reviews (Department)
Pakistan: Minerals, Mountains & Majesty, ExtraLapis English #6
Thomas P. Moore
225- 226
Minerals of Nevada by Stephen B. Castor and Gregory C. Ferdock
Wendell E. Wilson
Calcite: the Mineral with the Most Forms, ExtraLapis English #4
Thomas P. Moore
226- 228
Geology of Gems by Eugenii Ya. Kievlenko
Thomas P. Moore
228- 229
Gold: the Noble Mineral, ExtraLapis English #5
Thomas P. Moore
229- 230
Mine Hill in Franklin and Sterling Hill in Ogdensburg, Sussex County, New Jersey: Mining History, 1765-1900 by Pete J. Dunn
Thomas P. Moore
230- 231