Back Issues — Vol.39, No.1   2008
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The Benitoite Issue
Vol.39, No.1
January - February 2008
$15
The Benitoite Issue
Title
Title Page number(s)
The 100-year history of the Benitoite Gem mine, San Benito County, California
Wendell E. Wilson
13 - 42
What's New in Minerals
Munich Show 2007
Thomas P. Moore
59 - 69
Abstracts of the 29th annual FM-MSA-TGMS Tucson Mineralogical Symposium
Introduction (by the Symposium Chairmen)
Robert B. Cook, Julian C. Gray
47
Minerals and history of the Red Cloud mine, Arizona
Garth Bricker
48
The gem and rare-element pegmatites of Southern California
Jesse Fisher
48 - 49
Arkansas quartz crystals -- the leitmotif of quartz morphology for collectors
Si Frazier
50
Bisbee, Arizona -- the "classic" American mineral locality
Richard W. Graeme
50 - 51
Crater of Diamonds State Park, Arkansas--an overlooked treasure
J. Michael Howard
51
The Mount Antero mineral locality, Chaffee County, Colorado: a collecting history
Mark I. Jacobson
51 - 52
The Benitoite Gem mine: past, present and future
Richard Kennedy
52
Iridescent and other fluorites from the Findlay Arch, Ohio
John C. Medici, John Rakovan
52 - 53
What is the "most important" mineral locality in the U.S.?
Peter J. Modreski
53
The Elmwood zinc mine, Carthage, Tennessee
Steve Neely
53 - 54
The Mammoth-St. Anthony mine, Tiger, Arizona
Les Presmyk
54
Amethyst scepters from Ashaway Village, Hopkinton, Rhode Island
John Rakovan, Sal Avella
54 - 55
Emerald crystal pockets of the Hiddenite District, Alexander County, North Carolina
Ed Speer
55
Mineralogy of the gem-bearing Alpine-type quartz veins from Hiddenite, North Carolina
Michael A. Wise
56
Notes from the Editors
American Mineral Treasures
Wendell E. Wilson
2
Benitoite Interviews
Wendell E. Wilson
2
Schuh's Biobibliography
Wendell E. Wilson
2
Internet Directory now on Internet!
Wendell E. Wilson
2
Vaux specimens
Wendell E. Wilson
3
Tucson Mineral Museum news
Wendell E. Wilson
3
William Niven's Bisbee cavern
William Niven
3 - 4
Advice from the past
Charles H. Pennypacker
4
Obituary: Joseph A. Mandarino
Jay Mandarino
4 - 5
Obituary: William P. Moller
Dona Leicht
5 - 6