Back Issues — Vol.1, No.2   1970
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“These are rare, and in very good, but not pristine condition”
Vol.1, No.2
March - April 1970
$85
"These are rare, and in very good, but not pristine condition"
Title
Title Page number(s)
Preserving Mineral Localities
Joel E. Arem
39 67
The Moctezuma Tellurium Deposit [Mexico]
Richard V. Gaines
40 - 43
Specimen Cleaning Reagents
Kent C. Brannock
45
New Minerals From New England
Clifford Frondel
46 - 53
Building a One-Circle Optical Goniometer
William A. Henderson, Jr.
56 - 57
Mineral Occurrences in the Western Lake Baikal District, U.S.S.R.
D.D. Hogarth
58 - 64
Tilasite from Bisbee, Arizona
Sidney A. Williams
68 - 69
Bavenite from Connecticut
William A. Henderson, Jr.
70 - 71
Locality-- Minas Gerais, Brazil
John Sampson White
73
New Data for Plattnerite
John Sampson White
75 - 80
Friends of Mineralogy (Department)
Swarthmore-Leidy Collection
Arthur Montgomery
36 38, 44
Editorial Page
John Sampson White
37
To the Editor (Department)
38 72
Yedlin on Micromounting (Column)
Neal Yedlin
44 54,
Louis Shrum: Profile of a Collector
Kent C. Brannock
54 66, 70
The Museum Record (Column)
Paul E. Desautels
65 67
What's New in Minerals (Department)
John Sampson White
66 74
Meetings & Shows (Department)
72
Q/A Column
74
Mineral Notes (Department)
80
The Record Bookshelf (Department)
Minerals in Industry by W.R. Jones
Joel E. Arem
81
Crystals and Crystal Growing by Alan Holden and Phylis Singer
Joel E. Arem
81
An Introduction to Crystal Chemistry by R.C. Evans
Joel E. Arem
81 - 82
Mineral Tables: Hand Specimen Properties of 1500 Minerals by R.V. Dietrich
Joel E. Arem
82
The Story of Fluorescence by Raytech Equipment Co.
Joel E. Arem
82
Crystals and Light by Elizabeth Wood
Joel E. Arem
82