Back Issues — Vol.19, No.5   1988
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Vol.19, No.5
September - October 1988
$12
Title
Title Page number(s)
Protocols for Scientists on the Deposition of Investigated Mineral Specimens
Pete J. Dunn
291
Famous mineralogists: Jöns Jacob Berzelius (1779-1848)
Paul B. Moore
293 - 295
Famous Mineral Localities: The Almadén Mines, Ciudad Real, Spain
Jack W. Crawford
297 - 302
Agardite-(Y), Gysinite-(Nd) and Other Rare Minerals from Sardinia [Italy]
Cesare Sabelli, Giancarlo Brizzi, Filippo Olmi
305 - 310
Osarizawaite from the Silver Hill Mine, Arizona
Craig S. Stolburg
311 - 313
A Notable Probertite Find at Boron, California
James W. Minette
315 - 318
The Commission on New Minerals and Mineral Names of the International Mineralogical Association; its History, Purpose and General Practice
Pete J. Dunn, Joseph A. Mandarino
319 - 323
Notes From the Editor
Mineral art
Wendell E. Wilson
290 - 291
More mineral art
Wendell E. Wilson
290
Micromounters directory
Wendell E. Wilson
290
Mineral database
Wendell E. Wilson
291
Eastern volunteers
Wendell E. Wilson
291
Microminerals (Column)
William A. Henderson, Jr.
325 - 328
What's New in Minerals? (Department)
Fifteenth Annual Rochester Academy of Science Mineralogical Symposium
Vandall T. King, George W. Robinson
331 - 338
Book Reviews (Department)
Maine's Treasure Chest: Gems and Minerals of Oxford County by Jane C. Perham
Carl A. Francis
339
Minerals of Cornwall and Devon by P.G. Embrey and R.F. Symes
K.F.G. Hosking
339 - 340
Recent European Publications
Michael O'Donoghue
340
Letters (Department)
341 - 342