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The Benitoite Issue
Title Page number(s)
The 100-year history of the Benitoite Gem mine, San Benito County, California 13-42
Wendell E. Wilson  
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) Julian C. Gray & Robert B. Cook 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
Iridescent and other fluorites from the Findlay Arch, Ohio John C. Medici & John Rakovan 52-53
The Benitoite Gem mine: past, present and future Richard Kennedy 52
The Elmwood zinc mine, Carthage, Tennessee Steve Neely 53-54
What is the "most important" mineral locality in the U.S.? Peter J. Modreski 53
Amethyst scepters from Ashaway Village, Hopkinton, Rhode Island John Rakovan & Sal Avella 54-55
The Mammoth-St. Anthony mine, Tiger, Arizona Les Presmyk 54
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
Internet Directory now on Internet! Wendell E. Wilson 2
Schuh's Biobibliography Wendell E. Wilson 2
Tucson Mineral Museum news Wendell E. Wilson 3
Vaux specimens 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
The Mineralogical Record Vol. 39 No. 1 - Benitoite, Benitoite Gem mine, San Benito County, California -- © 2008

Vol. 39, No. 1
January - February 2008
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