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Richard C. Bostwick
(1943-    )

Richard C. Bostwick of New York City is a curator and exhibits designer at the Thomas S. Warren Museum of Fluorescence on Ogdensburg, New Jersey. He is a specialist in the minerals of Franklin and Sterling Hill, New Jersey, is a past President of the Franklin-Ogdensburg Mineralogical Society and currently serves on their Board of Trustees, as well as on the Board of the Franklin Mineral Museum. He is also the Northeast Regional Vice President of the international Fluorescent Mineral Society. The mineral bostwickite was named in his honor in 1984. His publications include Ultraviolet Light and Fluorescent Minerals (1995) (with Thomas S. Warren, Sterling Gleason and Earl R. Verbeek), Fluorescent Minerals from Franklin and Sterling Hill, NJ (1998), Ultraviolet Light and Fluorescent Minerals: Understanding, Collecting and Displaying Fluorescent Minerals (1999)(with Thomas S. Warren, Sterling Gleason and Earl R. Verbeek), and numerous articles in mineralogical journals.
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