Back Issues — Vol.9, No.4   1978
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Vol.9, No.4
July - August 1978
$12
Title
Title Page number(s)
Famous Mineral Localities: The Elmwood and Gordonsville Zinc Mines near Carthage, Tennessee
Lance E. Kearns, F. Howard Campbell, III
213 - 218
The Crystals Forms of Pyrite
Robert I. Gait
219 - 229
The Chester Emery Mines [Massachusetts]
G. Fred Lincks
235 - 242
Cuprite Up Close
Pete J. Dunn
259
Notes From the Editor
The lone arranger
Wendell E. Wilson
210 - 211
A Record, by any other name, would...
Wendell E. Wilson
210
The decennial index
Wendell E. Wilson
210
A guaranteed trade-in value?
Wendell E. Wilson
210 - 211
Errata
Wendell E. Wilson
211
Notes For Collectors
Preserving Pyrite
Wendell E. Wilson
231 - 233
Microminerals (Column)
Violet Anderson
247 - 249
Mineralogical Notes (Department)
Texasite from Colorado
Wilson W. Crook, III
251 - 252
Chalcanthite from the Helvetia District, Arizona
George W. Robinson
252
Ilvaite-- a New Colorado Occurrence
Henry A. Truebe
252 - 253
Abstracts (Department)
253 - 254
Interesting Papers in Other Journals
254
News From the ROM [Royal Ontario Museum]
Robert I. Gait
255
The Record Bookshelf (Department)
Salzburg Mineralogical Handbook by Albert Strasser
Curt G. Segeler
256
Zauberwelt der Mineralien by Harry Wilk
Wendell E. Wilson
256
DIG IT! A Directory of Fee-Basis Rock Collecting Sites Open to Amateurs by Carol E. Kindler
Wendell E. Wilson
256
Atlas des Mineraux Metalliques by P. Picot and Z. Johan
Wendell E. Wilson
256
What's So Funny About Science? by Sidney Harris
Wendell E. Wilson
257
Personality Sketch: Paul Brian Moore
Vandall T. King, Robert Whitmore, Anthony R. Kampf
262 - 263
Friends of Mineralogy (Department)
Jack Murphy
267