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2Abbassian, A. A.1979Beitrage zur Petrographie und Geochemie der Effusiva und der Barewiler Intrusion in der Nahe-Mulde (saar-Nahe-Becken, SW-Deutschland): Mitteilungen Pollichia, v. 67, p. 68-134.
3Abbott, W. J. L.1887The formation of agates: Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, v. 10, p. 80-93.
4Abul Huda, S.1998(translation with commentary) Arab roots of Gemology: Ahmad ibn Yusuf Al Tifaschi's Best Thoughts on the Best of Stones: Scarecrow Press, Lanham, MD, 271 p.
5Acord, J. P.1970Rockhounding fun on Fundy's Cove: Lapidary Journal, v. 24 no. 9, p. 1202-1208. New England, Nova Scotia.
6Addyman, M.1969Plesiosaurus under the bed: Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 4, p. 553-554. Opalized fossils.
7Addyman, M.1972More Plesiosaur: Lapidary Journal, v. 25, no. 10, p. 1368. Opalized fossil bone.
8Afonchenkov, S. A.1994Vostanakivayemyye rossypi agata Dal'Nego Vostoka [Rehabilitated Agate Placers of the Far East]: Razevdka i Okhrana Nedr, 1994, no. 4, p. 10-12.
9Agricola1546De Natura Fossilium (1546): English translation by J. A. and M. C. Bandy: Geological Society of America Special Paper 63, 240 p.
10Ahmad ibn Yusuf Al Tifaschi ca.1243 C. E.603 A. H., Best Thoughts on the Best of Stones: Translation by Huda, S. A., 1998, Scarecrow Press, Inc., Lanham, MD, 271 p.
11Ailes, S.1980Try an easy agate table top: Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 7, p. 1532-1533. Lapidary Project
12Aitken, I.1932Quartz Gem Stones: U. S. Bureau of Mines Information Circular 6561, p. 5.
13Akers, J. F.1937Blue agates - Southern California: The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 5, p. 16. Lead Pipe Springs, Randsburg Agate.
14Albee, C., and Grimwood, P.1995Field Trip; On the road with "desert gem trails": Rock and Gem, v. 25, no. 6, p. 62-65, 81, 96.
15Albertus Magnus1193?-1280De Mineralibus: See Wyckoff, D.
30Albinson, T.1994Dendritic silica and sulfide depostion related to throttling in the Veta Grande vein system, Zacatecas District, Mexico: [abstract] In Georgina, I. M., (Editor), 5th biennial Pan-American conference on research on fluid inclusions, Program and Abstracts, v. 5, p. 5-7.
31Alburger, J. R.1980Stabilizing gem materials: Gems and Minerals, no. 509, p. 41 - 47.
32Aldrich, R.1973Eden Valley Wood. Earth Science, v. 26, no. 1, p. 40-43.
33Alessi, A. J.1936Hunting Agates around Lake Superior: Rocks and Minerals v. 11, no. 9, p. 139-140.
34Alexander, B. B.1957The effect of particle size on the solubility of amorphous silica in water: Journal Physical Chemistry, v. 61, p.1563-1564.
35Alexander, G. B.1967Silica and me; the career of an industrial chemist: Doubleday, Garden City, New York, 111 p.
36Alexander, G. B. Heston, W. M. and Iler, R. K.1954The solubility of amorphous silica in water: Journal of Physical Chemistry, v. 58, p. 453-455.
37Alfonso El Sabio (Alfonso the Wise)1252-1284Lapidario and Libro de las formas & ymagenes: See Diman and Winget, 1980.
38Alford, E. C.1937The lava casts forest of Oregon: Rocks and Minerals, v. 12, no. 5, p. 146-147. Lava River Cave State Park, secs. 28, 29, T. 20 S, R. 12E, hr from Bend, N-S.
39Alger, F.1840Notice of Minerals from New Holland: American Journal of Science, v. xxxix, p. 157-164. Boston Journal of Natural History, iii, 1840-1841, p. 306 - 317. Australian Agates.
40Aliaskarov, S. A. Bespayev, Kh. A.2000Samotsvety Kazakhstan (Bespayev, Kh. A., editor) Vysshaya Attestatsionayya Komissiya Republiki Kazakhstoan. Redaktsionno-Izdatel'skiy Otdel, Almaty, Russian Federation, p. 107-120, 2000 meeting, Mezhdunarodnyy
41Allen, J.1980Idar-Oberstein, Europe's Jewel City: Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 4, p. 990-992..
42Allen, J. H.1846Some facts respecting the geology of Tampa Bay, Florida: American Journal of Science, 2nd Series v. 1, p. 38-42.
43Allen, R.1966Thundereggs of Talkeetna Mountains: Gems and Minerals, no. 350, p. 22-25. AK, FT
44Almquist, A.1976London's famous mineral gallery: Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 11, p. 2118-2121.
45Allred, C. W.1983A South African Springtime Klip Trip: Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 1, p. 56-72.
46Alp, D. E.1992Tiffany Reflections: Lapidary Journal, v. 46, no. 5, p. 32-34. Zimbabwe Agate Sources
47Alpajon, B., Reyna, I.1997Elaboracion de objetos ornaentales en el taller de piedras preciosas del ISMM [Production of ornamental stones in the ISMM precious stone laboratory] [abstract]: in Resumens GEOMIN '96 conferencia internacional de geologia y mineria: Mineria y Geologia, v. 14, no. 2, p. 50. Meeting, October, 1996, Moa, Cuba.
48Althaus, E.1979Achat, Aufbau und Entstehung: Lapis, v. 4, no. 12, p. 26-29.
49Altmann, J. D.1956Australia Calling: Lapidary Journal, v. 9, no. 6, p. 544-545. Opal, check sp of author's name.
50Altmann, J. D.1956The Big New Opal Strike: Lapidary Journal, v. 10, no. 5, p. 420, 422, 424.
51Altmann, J. D.1957Australia Calls: Lapidary Journal, v. 10, no. 6, p. 545, 546.
52Altmann, J. D.1959The truth about large Australian Opals: Lapidary Journal, v. 13, no. 2, p. 290, 292, 294, 296.
53Altmann, J. D.1960World-Wide Popularity for Australian Opal: Lapidary Journal, v. 14, no. 4, p. 338-341.
54Altmann, J. D.1961Today's Opal Market: Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 1, p. 524-529.
55Altmann, J. D.1975Australian Opal (Cover Story): Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 7, p. 1288-1291.
56Altmeyer, H.1977Es mussen nicht immer Berge sein Mineralien und Fossilien als Rheingerolle: Mineralien Magazin, v. 2, 1977, Marz/April, p. 54-59.
57Amos, W. S.1940Silicified bones from an Indian graveyard: Rocks and Minerals, v. 15, no. 10, p. 332. WVA, rates of silicification
58Anacker, H.1959aVorkommen und Entstehung der Achate im Oberen Nahagebiet: Part I. Zeitschrift d. Deutsches Gesselschaft f. Edelsteinkunde v. 27, p. 12-24.
59Anacker, H.1959bVorkommen und Entstehung der Achate im Oberen Nahagebiet: Part II. Zeitschrift d. Deutsches Gesselschaft f. Edelsteinkunde, v. 28, p. 19-24.
60Ancher, M.1974Multi-Agate Lapping: Rock & Gem, v. 4, no. 6, p. 7. Lapidary Techniques.
61Ancher, M.1975Polishing small nodules and slabs on a vibrating lap: Gems and Minerals, no. 449, p. 31, 32, 36.
62Anderson, A.1956A visit to Michiopicoten Island: Earth Science, v. 9, no. 1, p. 14-19. Ontario
63Anderson, B. W.1980Gem Testing: Butterworth's, Boston, London, 434 p.
64Anderson, D.1916Bibliography of Australian Mineralogy: New South Wales, Department of Mines, Geological Survey, Mineral Resources, No. 22, p. 164.
65Anderson, J.1901-1902Notice of cists discovered in a cairn at Cairnhill, Parish of Monaquhitter, Aberdeenshire and at Doune, Perthshire: Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, v. 36, p. 675-688. (not seen).
66Anderson, J. W.1947Agate and silver tableware: Lapidary Journal, v. 1, no. 3, p. 116-118. Craft, lapidary
67Anderson, J.1949Agate and Silver Tableware: Lapidary Journal, v. 3, no. 3, p. 164-166, 169, 170, 172.
68Anderson, J.1973Along the Yellowstone there's more than agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 27, no. 4, p. 616-618. MT
69Andreas, D.1988Diskussionbeitrag zu einer hydrothermal-postmagmatischen Genese der Vulkanitachate: Zeitschrifft angew.Geol., v. 34, no. 3, p. 65-71, Berlin.
70Andreas, D.1990Die vulkano-sedimentaren Folgen im Thuringer Wald - Abgrenzung, Verbreitung, Entwicklung: In Kurzeferate d. 37. Jahrestagung der GGW vom 20. - 24 August, 1990, in Jena, Berlin, 1990, 3.
71Andreas, D., Enderlein, F. Michael, J.1974Siles und Rotliegendes im Thuringer Wald und seinem sudlichen Vorland: In Hoppe, W., Seidel (Hg.): Geologie von Thuringen - Gotha/Leipzig: VEB Hermann Haack, p. 356 - 449.
72Andreas, D., Judersleben, H., Lutzner, J. Madler, J., Michael, J.1995In Vorbereitung: Siles und Rotliegendes im Thuringer Wald und seinem sudlichen Vorland: In Seidel, G (Hg.): Geologie von Thuringen. Stuttgart: Schweizer-bart=sche Verlagsbuchhandlung.
73Andreas, D., Voigt, H., and Madler, J.1990Das vulkanogen-sedimentare Rotliegende des Thru. Waldes - ein Gesamtprofil im Uberblick I (Exkursion 6) und II (Exkursion 15). - In: Exkursionsfuhrer 37, Hahrestag, GGW "Regionale und Angewandte Geologie Thuringens", 20-24.08.90 Jena, 20-29, Berlin.
74Andre, M., Ghiurca, V., and Marza, I.1989On the occurrences of igneous rocks and pebbles on the Mangalia and 2 Mus beaches (Black Sea, Romania); genetic and practical significance: Travaux du Museum d"Historie Naturelle "Grigore Antipa", v. 30, p. 347-349.
75Andree, G. and Andree, R.2000Schneekopfkugeln am Seebachfelsen bei Friedrichroda, Thuringen: Mineralin Welt, 1 (January?), 2000, p. 63-64.
76Andree, R. and Andree, G.1990Achat aus dem Hunsruck: Lapis, 2, 1990, p.
77Andrews, H. N.1946Preservation of plants as fossils: Earth Science Digest, v. 1, no. 5, p. 3-7. Silicification processes
78Anstey, R. L.1961Youngite, a new gem material from Wyoming: Rocks and Minerals, v. 36, no. 5,6, p. 242-243.
79Arndt, H., Reis, O. M., and Schwager, A.1918/1919Ubersicht der Mineralien und Gesteine der Rheinpfalz: Geogn. Jahrbuch, v. 31/32, p. 1190-1262.
80Arnold, C. A.1941The petrifaction of wood: The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 9, p. 323-324, 353-355.
81Arnold, C.1944Silicified plant remains from the Mesozoic and Tertiary of western North America: Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, Papers. v. 30, p. 3-4.
82Arnold, C.1949The fossil fern Osmundites oregonensis: The Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 5, p. 233-235.
83Arnorsson, S.1975Application of the silica geothermometer in low temperature hydrothermal areas in Iceland: American Journal of Science, no. 275, p. 763-784.
84Arnorsson, S., Gunnlaugsson, E., and Svavarsson, H.1983The chemistry of geothermal waters in Iceland. III. chemical geothermometry in geo-thermal investigations: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 47, p. 567-577.
85Arnoth, J.1985Achate, Eine kleine Ikonographie: Verof-fentlichungen aus dem Naturhistorisched Museum Basel, No. 16, 21 p.
86Arnoth, J.1987In: Achat-Sonderheft: Das farbige Geheimnis. Herausgegeben von den Mineralientagen, Munchen: Nicht nur Mandeln. S. 89-93. I
87Ash, R., and D. D. Day1969Petrified Forest, the story behind the scenery: Holbrook, Arizona: Petrified Forest Museum Association. 32 pp.
88Ashby, D.1961The Old and New Agate Beds round Prineville, Oregon: Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 1, p. 136-140.
89Ashby, D.1962More news of the Central Oregon area: Lapidary Journal, v. 16, no. 1, p. 148.
90Ashby, D.1963Planning a summer field trip to Oregon?: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 3, p. 392-393.
91Ashley, J.1967Nevada's Dolly Varden Diggings: Gems and Minerals, no. 358, p. 22. NV, FT
92Atkinson, Thomas Witlam1858"Oriental and western Siberia, 'a narrative of seven years' explorations and adventures in Siberia, Mongolia, Kirghiz Steppes, Chinese Tartary, and parts of central Asia.": Hurst and Blackett Publishers, London, 1858.
93Aubert, de la Rue, E.1939Contribution a l'Etude Mineralogique de la Cote Francaise des Somalis: Compte Rendu Academy Sciences of Paris, no. 208, p. 291-293.
94Augustithis, S. S.1982Atlas of Sphaeroidal Textures and Structures and their Genetic Significance: Theophrastus Publications, S. A. Athens, 1982. 329 pp.
95Austen, R. L.1940A garden in a gem: Gemologist, v. 10, p. 35.
96Austin, G. T., and Copeland, S., (compilers)1995Directory of principal U.S. gemstone producers in 1995: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, Mineral Industry Surveys, 52 p.
97Austin, R. D.1975Protection for your opal: Gems and Minerals, no. 456, p. 41, 51.
98Avery, O. P.1935Fluorescent moss agates of Wyoming: The Mineralogist, v. 3, no. 4, p. 40. Sweet Water Moss Agates, field trip.
99Avery, O. P.1937How a forest turned to agate: The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 4, p. 3-4. SW Wyo, Gn. R.
100Avnir, D. (editor)1989The Fractal Approach to Heterogenous Chemistry: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd., New York. 441 pp.
101Awald, C. J.1969Minerals of the Niagara Frontier Region: Rocks and Minerals, v. 44, no. 5, p. 323-331. NY
3903Anonymousnot dated?"A Rockhound's Guide to Alberta". nfi,. adv., Sheila's Rock Shop, # 105 Kunging Mall, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5G 3A6, Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 1, p. 255.
3904Anonymous1889Transactions, Wagner Free Institute of Science, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, v. 1, p. 10-11, 105-127. FL, Tampa Bay Coral.
3905Anonymous1899American opal mines. The Mineral Collector. v. 6, no. 7, p. 122-123.
3906Anonymous1901American opals. Mineral Collector. v. 8, no. 5, p. 76-77.
3907Anonymous1903The Salto Water-Stone or Enhydro. Chambers' Journal, 6th Series, v. VIII, no. 316, p. 44-45.
3908Anonymous1903Cuban moss opal. Mineral Collector. v. 10, no. 8, p. 118.
3909Anonymous1904The SaltoWater-Stone or Enhydro. Chambers' Journal. 6th Series, v. VIII, no. xx, p. 750-752.
3910Anonymous1905Texas Agate. The Mineral Collector. v. 12, no. 9, p. 133.
3911Anonymous1905Moss Agate, Wyoming. The Mineral Collector. v. 12, no. 10, p .149.
3912Anonymous1911Houduras outlook , opal, p. . Mining Journal. v. 93, p. 263.
3913Anonymous1913Rocas Mexicanas clasificadas al microscopio en el instituto geologico de Mexico. Instituto Geologico de Mexico, v. 5, no. 9, p. 355-426.
3914Anonymous1925Minerals of Arkansas. Arkansas Bureau of Mines, Manufacture, and Agriculture, p. 10.
3915Anonymous1934Huge opals found. Oregon Mineralogist, v. 2, no. 3, p. 10, 15. Opal Butte, Heppner, Oregon
3916Anonymous1934Large opalite deposit. Oregon Mineralogist, v. 2, no. 5, p. 2. Cinnabar coloring agent
3917Anonymous1934New localities reported. The Mineralogist. v. 2, no. 5, p. 5. Eugene, Goshen, Walker, OR, Wind River Canyon, WA
3918Anonymous1934Cloud agates found at Lincoln County, Oregon, beaches. Oregon Mineralogist, v. 2, no. 6, p. 4.
3919Anonymous1934Thousands of opal-filled nodules collected on Annual Caravan. Oregon Mineralogist, v. 2, no. 6, p. 22. Oregon, central
3920Anonymous1934Over 500 enhydros found at new locality. Oregon Mineralogist, v. 2, no.11, p. 25. Kalama, WA area.
3921Anonymous1935(R. E. Brown?) Mount Hood in Stone. Hobbies, v. 40, no. 4, p. 13. Picture rock.
3922Anonymous1935Glacial agates found. The Mineralogist, v. 3, no. 5, p. 20. Clarinda, Iowa, Bill Mack.
3923Anonymous1935Untitled note. The Mineralogist, v. 3, no. 4, p. 23. jasper, Franciscan Fm., Petaluma, CA
3924Anonymous1935400,000,000 years. The Mineralogist. v. 3, no. 8, p. 17. Petrified wood, Wieland, G. R.,
3925Anonymous1935Untitled note. The Mineralogist. v. 3, no. 8, p. 17. Carnelian, Lucas Creek, 2 mi. S. of Chehalis, WA
3926Anonymous1935Bumper crop predicted. The Mineralogist, v. 3, no. 8, p. 20. Montana agates, Yellowstone River.
3927Anonymous1935Many kinds of Petrified Wood. The Mineralogist, v. 3, no. 9, p. 17. Mineralogy
3928Anonymous1935Petrified Worm Holes. The Mineralogist, v. 3, no. 10, p. 14. South Dakota, Edgemont area.
3929Anonymous1935New Jasper Found. The Mineralogist, v. 3, no. 12, p. 6. Paradise Jasper, Morgan Hill, California, area, W.C. Eyles.
3930Anonymous1935Montana Moss Agate Pseudo After Wood. The Mineralogist, v. 3, no. 12, p. 16-17.
3931Anonymous1936J. Lewis Renton. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 1, p. 2.
3932Anonymous1936A neglected locality. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 1, p. 24, South Dakota, Cerro Cuadrado Petrified Forest
3933Anonymous1936A Petrified Teredo. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 1, p. 26.
3934Anonymous1936Notes on Australian opal. The Mineral-ogist, v. 4, no. 1, p. 28.
3935Anonymous1936Nevada Cherry Opal. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 2, p. 22.
3936Anonymous1936Fred S. Young?, p. , 1936. How to make opal doublets. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 2, p. 35-36.
3937Anonymous1936Archibald N. Goddard. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 3, p. 2.
3938Anonymous1936Found in Nebraska. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 3, p. 9. 2,000 lb. log. C. A. Sheffner
3939Anonymous1936Chemistry of silica gels. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 3, p. 18. F. T. Jones lecture.
3940Anonymous1936Large petrified tree. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 3, p. 26. Yakima, Washington area.
3941Anonymous1936Artificial Petrified Wood. The Mineral-ogist, v. 4, no. 3, p. 30. Synthesis, Wieland, G. R.
3942Anonymous1936Unusual Fossil Agate. The Mineralogist. v. 4, no. 3, p. 30. Atrypa regularis, Devonian Brach-iopod in Montana agate.
3943Anonymous1936Utah Petrified Forest. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 3, p. 32. Circle Cliffs area.
3944Anonymous1936Opalized wood. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 4, p. 28.
3945Anonymous1936Bloodstone locality. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 7, p. 18. Brownsboro, Jackson Co, Oregon.
3946Anonymous1936Chehalis Fossil Wood. The Mineral-ogist.v. 4, no. 7, p. 22. Chehalis Valley, Wash-ington, 15 varieties, Beck, G., H. Brown
3947Anonymous1936Refilling enhydros. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 7, p. 22. pressure cooker
3948Anonymous1936Orbicular Jasper. The Mineralogist. v. 4, no. 8, p. 20. lapidary properties
3949Anonymous1936Amethyst and agate Deposits of Uruguay, The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 9, p. 16.
3950Anonymous1936Untitled note. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 9, p. 26. Arthur Sandeford collection.
3951Anonymous1936Gingko Petrified Forest. The Mineral-ogist, v. 4, no. 9, p. 37.
3952Anonymous1936Black Hills Petrified Cycad Forest. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 11, p. 7, 8. G. R. Wieland, D. H. Scott.
3953Anonymous1936Untitled note. The Mineralogist, v, 4, no. 11, p. 8. Moss agate, iron, chlorite coloring agents.
3954Anonymous1936Wood Determination. The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 11, p. 16. Beck, George, wood identification.
3955Anonymous1936Recent finds of interest. Rocks and Minerals, v. 11, no. 3, p. 46. Orbicular jasper, Llagos Creek, near Gilroy, California.
3956Anonymous1936Fluorescent opal from Arizona. Rocks and Minerals, v. 11, no. 4, p. 62. Bagdad, Arizona.
3957Anonymous1936Prase opal in California. Rocks and Minerals, v. 11, no. 8, p. 117. Knoxville, Napa Co. California, with chromium mine.
3958Anonymous1936How agates were discovered in Uruguay. Rocks and Minerals, v. 11, no. 9, p. 181.
3959Anonymous1937Agatized cones from Argentina. Rocks and Minerals, v. 12, no. 9, p. 267.
3960Anonymous1937Fluorescent opal. The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 1, p. 25.
3961Anonymous1937Jasper locality. The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 1, p. 40. Lake Crescent - Lake Quiniault, WA, Olympic Peninsula, Flower Stones.
3962Anonymous1937Fluorescent Wood Casts. The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 2, p. 29. Wyoming.
3963Anonymous1937Oregon Gem Mineral Display Colorful. The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 3, p. 10.
3964Anonymous1937New Variety Opal. The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 3, p. 31. Virgin Valley, Nevada, fluor-escent moss not visible in white light.
3965Anonymous1937H. V. Schiefer, Collector of the Month, inside cover story. The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 5, p. 1.
3966Anonymous1937Jasper Locality. The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 5, p. 38. See Bloodstone Locality, The Mineral-ogist, July, 1936
3967Anonymous1937New Finds. The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 6, p. 18. Myrickite Locality, 9 miles northeast of Beatty, Nevada.
3968Anonymous1937Folklore of Agate. The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 8, p. 12.
3969Anonymous1937Large nodules found. The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 8, p. 18-19. Deschutes Canyon, Wasco Co., Oregon.
3970Anonymous1937Opal superstition. The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 8, p. 32.
3971Anonymous1937New find - agate filled nodules - Berkeley, Calif. The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 11, p. 12. Northbrae Rhyolite, 600 - 800 block, Spruce Street, also, a new find, p. 2
3972Anonymous1937Agate and quartz book soon ready. The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 11, p. 18. Dake, Fleener, Wilson Quartz Family Minerals volume.
3973Anonymous1938American Gem Cabochons. Cover story for Hobbies, v. 43, no. 10. Plates from Mckinley=s AAmerica=s Gem Cabochons.@
3974Anonymous1938Field trip spoiled. the Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 1, p. 16. Sweetwater Agates, 1876 trip by Germans
3975Anonymous1938New variety agate. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 2, p. 16. Friday Ranch Flower Agate, first published name = Priday Ranch Plume, Hydrated FeO
3976Anonymous1938H.C.D.?, p. , 1938. Opal superstition. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 3, p. 18, 19
3977Anonymous1938Visits Horse Heaven. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 4, p. 48.
3978Anonymous1938Vernonia Locality. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 4, p. 48. Carnelian, Vernonia, near Nehalen R.
3979Anonymous1938Opal treatment. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 4, p. 94
3980Anonymous1938The work of William Pitts. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 6, p. 14.
3981Anonymous1938Fossil corals found. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 6, p. 23. Road's End, Oregon
3982Anonymous1938Otto's Opal. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 7, p. 20, Australia
3983Anonymous1938Fossil cycad rare. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 7, p. 24. South Dakota
3984Anonymous1938H.C.D.?, p. , 1938. New agate rush. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 8, p. 16. Priday Ranch, Oregon.
3985Anonymous1938Perlite with nodules. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 9, p. 18, vitrophyre?
3986Anonymous1938A forest cast in lava. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 10, p. 14. Central Oregon, Bend lava cast forest.
3987Anonymous1938Untitled note. the Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 11, p. 10. Sweet Water Agate, from Oligocene Sediments nearby, WY
3988Anonymous1938New wood strikes in Horse Heaven Hills. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 11, p. 23. Washington.
3989Anonymous1938Wyoming locality. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 12, p. 26. Moss Agate, 10 mi NW Ft. Washakie
3990Anonymous1938New Fossil wood. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 12, p. 27. Nevada City, California.
3991Anonymous1939Sardonyx. Hobbies, v. 44, no. 2, p. 110. Historical.
3992Anonymous1939Wood Fluoresces. The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 12, p. 36, Coos Bay, Tillamook, Teredo
3993Anonymous1939Untitled note. The Mineralogist, v. 7, no. 1, p. 30. Antelope, Oregon geodes.
3994Anonymous1939Iowa agate nodules. the Mineralogist, v. 7, no. 1, p. 36. Wilbur Wintermile, Charles City, T Egg
3995Anonymous1939Oldest Thunder Egg. The Mineralogist, v. 7, no. 2, p. 72. From Heppner, Oregon, label in Spokane, WA, museum predates known localities by 30 years.
3996Anonymous1939New jasper found. The Mineralogist, v. 7, no. 7, p. 272. Roseburg, Oregon
3997Anonymous1939Thin sections - wood. The Mineralogist, v. 7, no. 7, p. 290.
3998Anonymous1939Jasper Locality. The Mineralogist, v. 7, no. 11, p. 418. US 101, Eel R., S. of Fortuna, CA
3999Anonymous1939A new mineral. The Mineralogist, v. 7, no. 12, p. 438. Ra inclusions in Sweet Water Agates.
4000Anonymous1939Utah Forest. The Mineralogist, v.7, no. 12, p. 460. Circle Hills area.
4001Anonymous1939The "tubes" in agate. The Mineralogist, v. 7, no. 12, p. 468. Home experiment with NaSiO3
4002Anonymous1939Chalcedony near Geronimo, Arizona. Rocks and Minerals, v. 14, no. 3, p. p. 79.
4003Anonymous1939A picture agate from Oregon. Rocks and Minerals, v. 14, no. 12, p. 391. Dog in Cage.
4004Anonymous1940Petrified and Agatized Woods in Wyoming. Hobbies, v. 45, no. 2, p. 110. Yellowstone area.
4005Anonymous1940Agates. Hobbies, v. 45, no. 4, p. 101-102. Bill Mack. Story may have earlier appeared in Clarinda, Iowa, newspaper.
4006Anonymous1940Father and son combine hobby. Hobbies, v. 45, no. 4, p. 100. Lapidary article.
4007Anonymous1940Prospecting for gem stones. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 1, p. 1. Pony Butte, Jefferson Co., Oregon
4008Anonymous1940Gingko Petrified Forest. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 1, p. 14. WA
4009Anonymous1940Fluorescent opal. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 1, p. 40. NC, hyalite
4010Anonymous1940The moss of agate. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 2, p. 52.
4011Anonymous1940The beach gems of Santa Barbara. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 4, p. 140. CA
4012Anonymous1940Virgin Valley Opal. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 4, p. 176.
4013Anonymous1940Opal field news. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 4, p. 209. Virgin Valley, NV
4014Anonymous1940Sacred Cedar - Fossil The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 5, p. 234. Lebanon Cedar, OR
4015Anonymous1940Some fossil woods. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 6, p. 283. localities, Gingko, Buena, Rainbow Ridge, Badger Pocket, WA
4016Anonymous1940Alaskan Agates. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 6, p. 292. Admiralty Island, Gambierws Bay, Wilson Cove, SE AK
4017Anonymous1940Hard as flint. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 8, p. 348. Lecture to reform school for girls.
4018Anonymous1940Sweetwater Forest. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 9, p. 375. Idaho, Sycamore
4019Anonymous1940Fire opal prized. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 9, p. 388. Spokane Convention
4020Anonymous1940New species of fossil fern, Tempskya - Oregon. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 10, p. 391-392.
4021Anonymous1940Treasure hunting on Oregon Coast. The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 12, p. 488. Field trip.
4022Anonymous1940American Museum acquires fine opal. Rocks and Minerals, v. 15, no. 2, p. 60.
4023Anonymous1940Petrified wood near Rossville, New York. Rocks and Minerals, v. 15, no. 10, p. 350.
4024Anonymous1940Morse has successful field trip. Rocks and Minerals, v.15, no. 11, p. 371. Utah, Southwestern Emery County, San Rafael Swell, Temple Rock.
4025Anonymous1941Agate cameos. The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 1, p. 10. historical
4026Anonymous1941HCD, 1941. Genesis "Flower" agate. The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 1, p. 35-36. Lab exercise.
4027Anonymous1941Sweethome Forest. The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 1, p. 40. Hardwoods, Several Forests
4028Anonymous1941Nebraska Agate. The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 4, p. 152. fluorescent chalcedony
4029Anonymous1941Texas agate. The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 5, p. 178. plumes
4030Anonymous1941Marcasite in agate. The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 7, p. 278. Nelson, Oregon, Northwestern part
4031Anonymous1941Try opals. The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 8, p. 315. Lightning Ridge, Fluorescent
4032Anonymous1941Rio Grande gravels. The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 9, p. 334. Laredo, Texas area.
4033Anonymous1941A noted Utah locality. The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 10, p. 382. San Rafael Swell, jasper
4034Anonymous1941Agate Concretions. The Mineralogist, v. 9, no. 12, p. 470. South Dakota, Badlands, agate, calcite, loess nodules
4035Anonymous1941Fossil Gems. The Mineralogist, v. 10, no. 10, p. 326. Tampa Bay, Florida, coral
4036Anonymous1941"Picture Wood". The Mineralogist, v. 10, no. 10, p. 328. Photo
4037Anonymous1941A "bird" of a specimen. Rocks and Minerals, v. 16, no. 1, p. 18-19. Washington, picture rock.
4038Anonymous1941A gem cameo of the highest degree of artistry and skill. Rocks and Minerals, v. 16, no. 3, p. 78. Helen of Troy.
4039Anonymous1941A gem cameo of sardonyx. Rocks and Minerals, v. 16, no. 3, p. 82. Paris of the Iliad
4040Anonymous1941A gem cameo of onyx. Rocks and Minerals, v. 16, no. 3, p. 84. Pericles
4041Anonymous1941A gem inverse cameo. Rocks and Minerals, v. 16, no. 3, p. 84. General "Mad" Anthony Wayne.
4042Anonymous1941An agate "osprey" from Montana. Rocks and Minerals, v. 16, no. 4, p. 134.
4043Anonymous1941Mark M. Foster buys famous opal mine. Rocks and Minerals, v. 16, no. 4, p. 135. Nevada, Virgin Valley, Rainbow Ridge Mine.
4044Anonymous1941Agates found recently in Costa Rica. Rocks and Minerals, v. 16, no. 9, p. 325.
4045Anonymous1941Chalcedony at Madruga, Cuba. Rocks and Minerals, v. 16, no. 9, p. 326.
4046Anonymous1941"The gem minerals of Oregon." Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries. Bulletin 7. , check for author, p. .
4047Anonymous1942A report on the Roebling opal. Rocks and Minerals, v. 17, no. 2, p. 59. Nevada, Virgin Valley, fractures, stability
4048Anonymous1942The Schartmann Exhibition sale, Decem-ber 11-13, 1941. Rocks and Minerals, v. 17, no. 4, p. 123-135. Miscelaneous agate varieties.
4049Anonymous1942A moss agate from Montana. Rocks and Minerals, v. 17, no. 7, p. 238.
4050Anonymous1942Argos, Greece, noted for jasper. Rocks and Minerals, v. 17, no. 9, p. 315.
4051Anonymous1942V for victory agate. Rocks and Minerals, v. 17, no. 9, p. 323.
4052Anonymous1942Rose Agate. The Mineralogist, v. 10, no. 1, p. 38. broad bands resemble opened rose petals
4053Anonymous1942New Locality. The Mineralogist, v. 10, no. 3, p. 86. Red Jasper, 8 miles West and 1 mile South of Ludlow, California.
4054Anonymous1942Huge fossil tree. The Mineralogist, v. 10, no. 8, p. 246. Florissant, Colorado.
4055Anonymous1942Agate Ornaments. The Mineralogist, v. 10, no. 8, p. 262. lapidary techniques
4056Anonymous1942Eden Valley, Wyoming, Wood. The Mineralogist, v. 10, no. 9, p. 280.
4057Anonymous1942Tempskya find. The Mineralogist, v. 10, no. 9, p. 296. Greenhorn, Oregon.
4058Anonymous1942New Agate Strike. The Mineralogist, v. 10, no. 11, p. 359. Priday, Pony Butte, Oregon, South slope, first priday discovery, 1933.
4059Anonymous1943Gingko State Park Museum. The Mineralogist, v. 11, no. 2, p. 52. Washington.
4060Anonymous1943Arizona Localities. The Mineralogist, v. 11, no. 4, p. 122, Oatman, Kingman areas.
4061Anonymous1943New Oregon Locality. The Mineralogist, v. 11, no. 5, p. 152. Thunder eggs, 22 mi East of Burns, Oregon.
4062Anonymous1943Fossil Cones. The Mineralogist, v. 11, no. 5, p. 159. 55 mi Southwest of Bismarck, North Dakota, Hell Creek Formation, Upper Cretaceous.
4063Anonymous1943Noted fossil forest locality. The Miner-alogist, v. 11, no. 7, p. 201. Fourth of July Canyon, North of Weiser, Idaho.
4064Anonymous1943Fossil cones found. The Mineralogist, v. 11, no. 8, p. 252. Montana.
4065Anonymous1943Agate Beach. The Mineralogist, v. 11, no. 10, p. 309. Juan de Fuca Strait, East of Port Angeles, near Joyce, Washington, jasper, no agate
4066Anonymous1943H.C.D.?, p. , 1943. New localities - Wash-ington. The Mineralogist, v. 11, no. 10, p. 312. Yakima, Washington, Pasco, Washington, areas.
4067Anonymous1943Miniatures in agate. The Mineralogist, v. 11, no. 10, p. 314. Lapidary by Lee Unruh.
4068Anonymous1943New Localities - Sucker Creek. The Mineralogist, v. 11, no. 11, p. 339. Ontario, Idaho.
4069Anonymous1943Some minerals of Algeria. Rocks and Minerals, v. 18, no. 2, p. 42-45.
4070Anonymous1943Schortmann Exhibition sale. Rocks and Minerals, v. 18, no. 3, p. 70-77. Miscelaneous agate varieties.
4071Anonymous1943Fossil grapevine from Virgin Valley, Nevada. Rocks and Minerals, v. 18, no. 3, p. 79. Nevada.
4072Anonymous1943Precious opal discoveries in Oregon. Rocks and Minerals, v. 18, no. 7, p. 199. Letter from B. L. Handley.
4073Anonymous1943The Calvert Museum, a mineral survey with some notes upon its principal features. Rocks and Minerals, v. 18, no. 9, p. 254-263. See Pohl, J. C., Jr., 1943. Calvert, John, Lord.
4074Anonymous1944Iowa agates. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 2, p. 45. Lake Superior Agates.
4075Anonymous1944New Localities. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 2, p. 50. Nampa, Holmdell, Idaho, area; Poison Creek, Graveyard Point, Sucker Creek
4076Anonymous1944Montana Agate. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 2, p. 64.
4077Anonymous1944New localities - Lebanon, Oregon. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 3, p. 69, 84.
4078Anonymous1944Agate Discovery. The Mineralogist, 12, 3, p. 75. Wayne's Hole, Wyoming, Green Moss.
4079Anonymous1944Named by Indians - Thunder Eggs. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 3, p. 92. Historical.
4080Anonymous1944Australia's Opals. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 5, p. 162.
4081Anonymous1944Fossil nuts found. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 8, p. 238. Ellensburg, Washington, area.
4082Anonymous1944Coloring Agates. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 10, p. 329-330, aniline dyes, FeNO3, Sugar, H2SO4
4083Anonymous1944Fossil cones found. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 11, p. 345. Drumheller, Alberta., Canada.
4084Anonymous1944Untitled notes. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 11, p. 345. opal, chromite, potch/gem ratios
4085Anonymous1944The Cloverdale, Washington locality. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 11, p. 349.
4086Anonymous1944Cutting petrified wood ornbaments. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 11, p. 368-370.
4087Anonymous1944Untitled note. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 11, p. 394. Australia opal depth 20' - 70' range.
4088Anonymous1944Agate in plastic. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 12, p. 414. Lapidary technique.
4089Anonymous1944Chalcedony from Big Bend Park, Texas. Rocks and Minerals, v. 19, no. 5, p. 141. Sierra Oguja.
4090Anonymous1944Petrified wood from Martinique. Rocks and Minerals, v. 19, no. 6, p. 173.
4091Anonymous1944Chalcedony first found in Turkey. Rocks and Minerals, v. 19, no. 7, p. 207. Type locality, Kadikor=modern name of Chalcedon.
4092Anonymous1944Plasma first found in Turkey. Rocks and Minerals, v. 19, no. 7, p. 209. Type locality, Prusa,. 60 mi South of Constantinople, foot of Mount Olympus. Brusa, Keshish Dagh.
4093Anonymous1944Agates from Alpine, Texas. Rocks and Minerals, v. 19, no. 8, p. 246.
4094Anonymous1944Nice jasper pebbles found at Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Rocks and Minerals, v. 19, no. 12, p. 387.
4095Anonymous1944Fine jaspers from Esjo, Iceland. Rocks and Minerals, v. 19, no. 12, p. 389.
4096Anonymous1945Oregon localities. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 5, p. 168. Table Rock Mounyain, Butte Creek, Eagle Point, 12 miles North of Medford.
4097Anonymous1945Opal shortages. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 6, p. 199.
4098Anonymous1945The Viking Ship. The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 12, p. 416. Picture agate.
4099Anonymous1945A fossil egg. The Mineralogist, v. 13, no. 1, p. 37. Jasper, Egypt, Great Bitter Lake, Suez Canal.
4100Anonymous1945Opalized nuts found. The Mineralogist, v. 13, no. 5, p. 186.
4101Anonymous1945Folklore of agate. The Mineralogist, v.13, no. 9, p. 331.
4102Anonymous1945Succor Creek Locality. The Mineralogist, v. 13, no. 9, p. 366.
4103Anonymous1945An unusual pseudomorph. The Miner-alogist, v. 13, no. 9, p. 368.
4104Anonymous1945Priday Ranch sold. The Mineralogist, v. 13, no. 9, p. 368.
4105Anonymous1945Opal shortage. The Mineralogist, v. 13, no. 11, p. 456-458.
4106Anonymous1945Gem jasper found. The Mineralogist, v. 13, no. 11, p. 461. Indiana.
4107Anonymous1945Agates and jaspers in western Persia. Rocks and Minerals, v. 20, no. 4, p. 168. Khanakin, Iraq, Zohab, Iranian frontier.
4108Anonymous1945Jasper in South Africa. Rocks and Minerals, v. 20, no. 5, p. 218. Hay District, Griqualand, North Cape Province.
4109Anonymous1945Rare Egyptian pictorial jasper exhibit. Rocks and Minerals, v. 20, no. 6, p. 262-263. Dr. Claude Barlow Collection, Museum Display, 200 pieces, best of about 2 million.
4110Anonymous1945Finest bloodstone comes from India. Rocks and Minerals, v. 20, no. 6, p. 263. West India, Kathiawar Peninsula, Southeast of Cambay, Rampur, Ahmedbad, Hyderabad, Daccan Basalts.
4111Anonymous1945Denmark noted for flint pebbles. Rocks and Minerals, v. 20, no. 8, p. 367.
4112Anonymous1945Agate occurrence in Iowa. Rocks and Minerals, v. 20, no. 10, p. 480. Marshalltown area, on gravel bars in river.
4113Anonymous1945Agates at Denver, Missouri. Rocks and Minerals, v. 20, no. 10, p. 479. Worth County, Northwestern Missouri.
4114Anonymous1945Agates near Hebron, North Dakota. Rocks and Minerals, v. 20, no. 10, p. 533. North Knife River
4115Anonymous1946Amygdules. Earth Science Digest, v. 1, no. 6, p. 27. etymology
4116Anonymous1946Egyptian pictorial jasper. The Miner-alogist, v. 14, no. 2, p. 106. Egyptian Pebble = Egyptian jasper.
4117Anonymous1946E.E. Fairbanks, 1946. Unique Alabama petrified woods. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 3, p. 121.
4118Anonymous1946Agate fields visited. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 3, p. 134. Big Bend, Texas.
4119Anonymous1946The Gingko. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 3, p. 136.
4120Anonymous1946Hell's Canyon. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 3, p. 136.
4121Anonymous1946Silicified plant ramains, new fossil plants. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 4, p. 184. Review of paper, Silicified Plant Remains from the Mesozoic and Tertiary of Western North America, Part I
4122Anonymous1946Opal found at Specimen Mountain, Colorado. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 4, p. 192.
4123Anonymous1946Cloud agates found at Lincoln, County, Oregon, beaches. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 4, p. 194. Cloud agate.
4124Anonymous1946Worm-bored wood. The Mineralogist, v.14, no. 7, p. 370.
4125Anonymous1946Fine agate found. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 7, p. 380. Reprint of Renton's 1935 agate find.
4126Anonymous1946The Priday Locality. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 7, p. 384, 386. New owner's policy
4127Anonymous1946Many kinds of "petrified" wood. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 8, p. 414.
4128Anonymous1946How to make opal doublets. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 9, p. 492-494.
4129Anonymous1946Opal found in bamboo. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 9, p. 502.
4130Anonymous1946Oldest thunder eggs. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 9, p. 502-504. Spokane Museum collection.
4131Anonymous1946Fossil cones found. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 9, p. 504.
4132Anonymous1946Huge agates found. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 10, p. 513. Priday Ranch
4133Anonymous1946Tfhunder egg genesis. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 10, p. 528. Clay-like mineral = fibrous quartz in Burns, Oregon, thunder eggs; Dr. E.E. Fairbank.
4134Anonymous1946Agates in South Africa. Rocks and Minerals, v. 21, no. 1, p. 27.
4135Anonymous1946Chrysoprase first found in Germany. Rocks and Minerals, v. 21, no. 4, p. 213. Lower Silesia, Kosemutz, = type area.
4136Anonymous1946Agate in Queensland. Rocks and Minerals, v. 21, no. 6, p. 355.
4137Anonymous1946Jasper occurrences in Australia. Rocks and Minerals, v. 21, no. 7, p. 415. Gympie, ---Eel and Pie Creeks.
4138Anonymous1946Opals in Mexico discovered in 1935. Rocks and Minerals, v. 21, no. 7, p. 417. Queretaro, Ziniopan
4139Anonymous1946Trenton, New Jersey once noted for minerals. Rocks and Minerals v. 21, no. 8, p. 501.
4140Anonymous1946Beautiful agate discovered in Colorado. Rocks and Minerals, v. 21, no. 10, p. 669. Embargo Mining District, Wagon Wheel Gap
4141Anonymous1947Look for iris agate. The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 1, p. 48, 50.
4142Anonymous1947Sagenite agate. The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 1, p. 52, 54. Oregon beaches, Antelope, Oregon
4143Anonymous1947Petrified forest found. The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 2, p. 80, 81.
4144Anonymous1947Redondo Beach. The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 2, p. 82. California.
4145Anonymous1947Uranium agate. The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 3, p. 136. Nebraska, Dawes County, Fluorescent.
4146Anonymous1947H.C.D., 1947. Fairburn agate. The Miner-alogist, v. 15, no. 3, p. 144.
4147Anonymous1947H.C.D., 1947. Fairburn collection. The Miner-alogist, v. 15, no. 4, p. 198.
4148Anonymous1947Fossil cones found. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 5, p. 233.
4149Anonymous1946Chuckawalla locality. The Mineralogist, v. 14, no. 5, p. 296. California, field trip.
4150Anonymous1947Flower agate. The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 5, p. 238. Priday Agate.
4151Anonymous1947New agate found. The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 5, p. 247.
4152Anonymous1947H.C.D., 1947. The tubes in agate. The Miner-alogist, v. 15, no. 10, p. 546.
4153Anonymous1947Thunder Eggs Found. The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 10, p. 560. Lakeview, Oregon.
4154Anonymous1947A rare fossil cycad of Wyoming. The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 11, p. 568-569.
4155Anonymous1947H. C. D., 1947. Colorado plumes. The Miner-alogist, v. 15, no. 11, p. 586. Southern Colorado, no locality given.
4156Anonymous1947Notes on Australian opal. The Miner-alogist, v. 15, no. 11, p. 612-614.
4157Anonymous1947Agates with perlite. The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 12, p. 640. perlite matrix for eggs, some-times.
4158Anonymous1947Moss opal from Yuma County, Colorado. Rocks and Minerals, v. 22, no. 2, p. 102. 20 miles North of Burlington, Colorado.
4159Anonymous1947Banded jasper and hematite found near Stevens Point, Wisc. Rocks and Minerals, v. 22, no. 4, p. 339.
4160Anonymous1947An opal find in Tibet. Rocks and Minerals, v. 22, no. 7, p. 625.
4161Anonymous1948Desert Scene with Joshua Trees (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 2, no. 1, p. 3. Montana Agate
4162Anonymous1948Have you a "Dark Gentleman" in your petrified wood pile. Lapidary Journal, v. 2, no. 2, p. 86.
4163Anonymous1948Petrified forest discovered in Koko-veld. Rocks and Minerals, v. 23, no. 1, p. 18, 19, 37. South Africa. Orignially printed in Johan-nesburg Star, not dated.
4164Anonymous1948Exhibit of fine Australian opal. Rocks and Minerals, v. 23, no. 1, p. 11.
4165Anonymous1948Thunder egg paper. The Mineralogist, v. 16, no. 1, p. 2. Corrections of Bell, 1947, The Mineralogist, v. 15, no.11, p. 566.
4166Anonymous1948H.C.D., p. , 1948. The Hills of Escalante, Utah. The Mineralogist, v. 16, no. 6,7, p. 288.
4167Anonymous1948New Idaho forest. The Mineralogist, v. 16, no. 6,7, p. 288. or 268 check out, for above too
4168Anonymous1948Miniatures in agate. The Mineralogist, v. 16, no. 9, p. 444, 446.
4169Anonymous1948Jasper Locality. The Mineralogist, v. 16, no. 10, p. 457. Check out
4170Anonymous1948Silica gems exhibited at London Museum. Reprinted from the Gemmologist in The Miner-alogist, v. 16, no. 10, p. 489.
4171Anonymous1948Opals. The Mineralogist, v. 16, no. 11, p. 530.
4172Anonymous1948Unique agate found in St. Paul. The Mineralogist, v. 16, no. 11, p. 534. Picture agate.
4173Anonymous1949The Surf in a Texas Agate (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 3, no. 3, p. 206.
4174Anonymous1949Largest Petrified Tree Log Found. Lapidary Journal, v. 3, no. 3, p. 206.
4175Anonymous1949New Agate Beds Prove Popular. Lapidary Journal, v. 3, no. 3, p. 220-221. Carey Plume
4176Anonymous1949"Andy" Burgard Sweeps the Prize. Lapidary Journal, v. 3, no. 4, p. 300. Texas Bouquet Agate.
4177Anonymous1949Huge petrified tree found in South Dakota. University of South Dakota, Vermilion, South Dakota. May, 1949.
4178Anonymous1949ibid. Reprinted in Rocks and Minerals, v. 24, no. 9,10, p. 502-503.
4179Anonymous1949Iris agate found. The Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 1, p. 52, 54.
4180Anonymous1949H.C.D., 1949. Opal country dry. The ineralogist, 17, 1, p. 52.
4181Anonymous1949H.C.D, p. , 1949. Early opal mines. The Mineralogist, 17, 1, p. 54, 56.
4182Anonymous1949Silhouette agate. The Mineralogist, 17, 2, p. 63.
4183Anonymous1949The Nipomo Locality. The Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 2, p. 65.
4184Anonymous1949Sagenite Agate. The Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 2, p. 78, 80. Chas. McNeill Collection. M&M
4185Anonymous1949Berkeley Hills Thunder Eggs. The Miner-alogist, v. 17, no.3, p. 168. check pp.
4186Anonymous1949New type agate. The Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 3, p. 142. Colorado
4187Anonymous1949Boulder Opal. The Mineralogist, 17, 3, p. 148.
4188Anonymous1949H.C.D, 1949. Agate industry. The Miner-alogist, v. 17, no. 4, p. 179. Idar-Oberstein, Germany
4189Anonymous1949Eagle Point locality. The Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 4, p. 184. not to be confused with Eagle Rock.
4190Anonymous1949First use opal. The Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 5, p. 274, 276. Historical, prehistorical.
4191Anonymous1949Color in opal. Reprinted from Gem-mology, London, in The Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 5, p. 278, 280.
4192Anonymous1949G.C.R.?, 1949. Opal - color composite of all gems. The Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 7,8, p. 353, 354, 356, 358, 360.
4193Anonymous1949Some Thunder Eggs. The Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 11, p. 515.
4194Anonymous1949Pseudos in wood. the Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 11, p. 534, 536.
4195Anonymous1949Utah Locality. The Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 11, p. 536. Dining Bowl, Chinle Fm. Triassic, Utah. check sp.
4196Anonymous1949Opal lingo. The Mineralogist, v. 17, no. 12, p. 614, 616. terminology
4197Anonymous1950What is it? Lapidary Journal, v. 3, no. 6, p. 418. Mn coated with chalcedony, sagenite in the making.
4198Anonymous1950Book Ends in Brazilian Agate (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 3, no. 6, p. 442.
4199Anonymous1950Biggest Field Trip in History Planned. Lapidary Journal, v. 4, no. 4, p. 260-262.
4200Anonymous1950Opalized Mastodon Tusk Discovered in Kansas. Lapidary Journal, v. 4, no. 4, p. 262.
4201Anonymous1950Nativity Scene in Agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 4, no. 5, p. 358-359.
4202Anonymous1950Jasper Beach, Maine, Changes Hands. Rocks and Minerals, v. 25, no. 1,2, p. 49. Jasper Locality, closed to collecting.
4203Anonymous1950Huge fossil tree? The Mineralogist, v. 18, no. 1, p. 34.
4204Anonymous1950Heat treatment agate coloring. The Miner-alogist, v. 18, no. 2, p. 100, 102, 104.
4205Anonymous1950New Oregon locality. The Mineralogist, v. 18, no. 3, p. 123.
4206Anonymous1950California gem localities. The Miner-alogist, v. 18, no. 7,8, p. 379, 380.
4207Anonymous1950Early gem cutting. The Mineralogist, v. 18, no. 7,8, p. 380, 381.
4208Anonymous1950Lake Superior Agate. The Mineralogist, v. 18, no. 9, p. 442. Book review.
4209Anonymous1950Opal in bamboo. The Mineralogist, v. 18, no. 10, p. 496, 498.
4210Anonymous1950Agate picture - A, B, H initials. The Mineralogist, v. 18, no. 11, p. 509.
4211Anonymous1950Hogg Creek locality. The Mineralogist, v. 18, no. 12, p. 586. Oregon, Idaho, near Succor Creek.
4212Anonymous1951Mining continues at Hayrick Opal Mine. Lapidary Journal, v. 5, no. 4, p. 307.
4213Anonymous1950H.C.D., 1951. Oregon gem opal. The Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 2, p. 84, 86.
4214Anonymous1951Life at Lightning Ridge. Reprinted from The Gemmologist in The Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 5, p. 278, 280.
4215Anonymous1951Iowa Agates. The Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 10, p. 422.
4216Anonymous1951The "trees" in agates. The Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 10, p. 424.
4217Anonymous1951Untitled. Photograph of oak log in basalt. The Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 11, p. 486. Saturated with water when covered?
4218Anonymous1951Untitled. Photograph of Montana Scenic Agate. The Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 11, p. 510.
4219Anonymous1951Agate mines closed. The Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 12, p. 536. Arizona, mountain lions at fault.
4220Anonymous1951Some notes on Thunder Eggs. The Mineralogist v. 19, no. xx, p. 171-177.
4221Anonymous1951Navy closes noted California area. Rocks and Minerals, v. 26, no. 5,6, p. 247. Lead Pipe Springs, California.
4222Anonymous1951Petrified wood found in Massachusetts. Rocks and Minerals, v. 26, no. 7,8, p. 374.
4223Anonymous1952Pueblo Ruins of the Texas Panhandle. The Handbook of Texas, the Texas State Historical Society, p. -----. Reprinted in Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 10, p. 1124-1127.
4224Anonymous1951H.C.D., 1952. Idar cutting center. The Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 9, p. 326, 328.
4225Anonymous1951.D., 1952. Opal scarce. The Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 9, p. 334, 336.
4226Anonymous1952Agate mine reopens. The Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 10, p. 360, Cave Creek, Arizona, C.E. Hill, P.G. Voelker.
4227Anonymous1952New Agate Find. The Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 11, p. 422, 432. Northern Malheur County, Oregon, between Unity and Ironside.
4228Anonymous1952Some Nevada localities. The Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 10, p. 368, 369. Nye, Esmeralda County.
4229Anonymous1952Voelker buys half interest in agate Mine. Rocks and Minerals, v. 27, xx, p. xx-yy. Voelker, Paul G., Hill, C. E. , "Charlie", Arizona agate mines.
4230Anonymous1952Texas agate, The Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 1, p. 7. Historical.
4231Anonymous1952H.C.D. 1952. Mexican opal. The Miner-alogist, v. 20, no. 1, p. 32.
4232Anonymous1952Value of agate. the Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 1, p. 44, 46.
4233Anonymous1952Agates become scarce. The Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 2, p. 57
4234Anonymous1952A record Fairburn Agate. The Miner-alogist, v. 20, no. 3, p. 133, 134. South Dakota.
4235Anonymous1952Jasper locality. The Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 3, p. 142. Eureka, California, area, river gravels
4236Anonymous1952Carnelian cameos. The Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 4, p. 192.
4237Anonymous1952Tabasheer opal. The Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 6,7,8, p. 249.
4238Anonymous1952H.C.D., 1952. Oregon Osmundites. The Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 6,7,8, p. 254, 256. Review of Book by C.A. Arnold.
4239Anonymous1952H.C.D., 1952. French opal. The Miner-alogist, v. 20, no. 6,7,8, p. 288. Foil backs, assem-bled stones.
4240Anonymous1953Large Opal Stolen. Lapidary Journal, v. 7, no. 1, p. 78.
4241Anonymous1953The Persian Cat. Lapidary Journal, v. 7, no. 2, p. 166. Picture rock
4242Anonymous1953Huge Nevada fire opal is world's largest. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 1, p. 46, 48. Roebling opal, Virgin Valley.
4243Anonymous1953The Berkeley Nodules. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 2, p. 76. Club Field Trip to locality.
4244Anonymous1953Cutting Texas plume. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 2, p. 90.
4245Anonymous1953H.C.D., 1953. Carnelian thunder eggs. The Mineralogist, v.21, no. 2, p. 96. Ochoco eggs, carnelian, Oregon.
4246Anonymous1953H.C.D. 1953., Agate inclusions. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 3, p. 124, 126. Plumes, air tubes, organics?, FeO's,s SiO's MnO2. "Plume" first applied in 1936 to Priday Ranch agates?
4247Anonymous1953Untitled. Photograph of picture agtate, bear. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 4, p. 182. Oregon thunder egg.
4248Anonymous1953Bleaching wood. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 5, p. 222.
4249Anonymous1953Notes on opal. Reprinted from The Gemmologist, London, in The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 5, p. 234, 236, 238.
4250Anonymous1953H.C.D., 1953. They struck opal. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 5, p. 238. Notice that book is out of print.
4251Anonymous1953H.C.D., 1953. Texas Agate Mecca. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 6,7,8, p. 254, 256.
4252Anonymous1953H.C.D., 1953. Ice agate variety. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 9, p. 297. From G.J. Bittell, Germany.
4253Anonymous1953Untitled. Photograph of Lake Superior picture agate, Iowa . The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 10, p. 343.
4254Anonymous1953Moonstone agate. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 10, p. 360. moonstone variety, misnomer
4255Anonymous1953Untitled. Photograph of picture wood. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 10, p. 374.
4256Anonymous1953Color Oregon agates. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 10, p. 380-382.
4257Anonymous1953Clarno nuts wanted. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 11, p. 406. Request for specimens.
4258Anonymous1953H.C.D., 1953. Famous Oregon locality. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 12, p. 444. Clarno, Oregon, wood, nuts, etc.
4259Anonymous1953Succor Creek locality. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 12, p. 450. 35 miles South of Nyssa, Oregon.
4260Anonymous1953Oregon localities. The Mineralogist, v. 21, no, 12, p. 462. Table Rock Mountain, Butte Creek, Antelope Creek, Eagle Point, Southwestern Oregon
4261Anonymous1953Chicago Lapidary Club's gem and jewelry show. Earth Science Digest, v. 7, no. 1, p. 29, 30. plate of agates.
4262Anonymous1953H. P. Zuidema?, 1953. Cover Photo. Earth Science Digest, v. 7, no. 2, p. 18. Petrified Forest, Arizona.
4263Anonymous1953Montana, in world news on mineral occurrences. Rocks and Minerals, v. 28, no. 7,8, p. 367. Thrower, Al, collection.
4264Anonymous1954Pennsylvania Petrified Wood. Lapidary Journal, v. 8, no. 3, p. 262.
4265Anonymous1954Where Does it Come From? Lapidary Journal, 1954 Buyer's Guide, p. 135-136. Fairburn, Fire, Nipomo, Rose, Iris, Myrickite, Ochoco, Escadillo, Thunder Eggs, Polka Dot, Bouquet, Lavic, Keweenaw, Plume, Morrisonite, Poppy Jasper, Stone Canyon, Virgin Valley, Jas-Pyr.
4266Anonymous1954H.C.D., 1954. Oregon Locality. The Mineralogist, v. 22, no. 2, p. 56. 7 miles West of Lagrande, Eastern Oregon.
4267Anonymous1954H.C.D., 1954. Agates claims staked. The Mineralogist, v. 22, no. 3, p. 110, 112. Red Top Mountain, Washington.
4268Anonymous1954Montana Agate Fields. The Mineralogist, v. 22, no. 5, p. 197.
4269Anonymous1954Gingko petrified forest. The Mineralogist, v. 22, no. 6,7,8, p. 246.
4270Anonymous1954Untitled, photograph of Montana Scenic agates. The Mineralogist, v. 22, no. 11, p. 390.
4271Anonymous1954Untitled, photograph Priday/Fulton agate beds. The Mineralogist, v. 22, no. 11, p. 393.
4272Anonymous1954Oregon locality. The Mineralogist, v. 22, no. 11, p. 414. Ochoco Lake, jasper.
4273Anonymous1954Untitled, photograph Priday/Fulton agate beds. The Minerlogist, v. 22, no. 12, p. 439.
4274Anonymous1955Huge agate found. Earth Science, v. 8, no. 6, p. 24. Wisconsin, High Rock Bay.
4275Anonymous1955Sphere of Petrified Wood Mounted on Alabaster Base. (Cover Story) Lapidary Journal, v. 8, no. 6, p. 570.
4276Anonymous1955Glendale Gem Festival in May. Lapidary Journal, v. 9, no. 1, p. 74, 75. Picture Rock, BZ, withbird.
4277Anonymous1955Untitled (Bird in Agate). Lapidary Journal, v. 9, no. 3, p. 269. Picture Rock.
4278Anonymous1955Madonna in Agate. Lapidary Journal. v. 9, no. 5, p. 418.
4279Anonymous1955Horse Canyon Agate Area Now Open. Lapidary Journal, v. 9, no. 5, p. 436.
4280Anonymous1955The Tsusaki Miniatures. Lapidary Journal, v. 9, no. 5, p. 447. Snuff Bottles, Carvings
4281Anonymous1955Ten years ago - Texas Agate. The Miner-alogist, v. 23, no. 1, p. 10.
4282Anonymous1955Opal found in Colorado. The Mineralogist, v. 23, no. 1, p. 10. Specimen Mountain, North-western Colorado.
4283Anonymous1955Untitled, photograph of Montana Agate, The Mineralogist, v. 23, no. 2, p. 56.
4284Anonymous1955Untitled, photograph of agate dispaly. The Mineralogist, v. 23, no. 2, p. 57.
4285Anonymous1955Many kinds "petrified" wood. The Miner-alogist, v. 23, no. 2, p. 74, 76.
4286Anonymous1955Untitled, photograph of Road's End, Oregon locality. The Mineralogist, v. 23, no. 2, p. 88.
4287Anonymous1955H.C.D., 1955. Uranium opal. The Miner-alogist, v. 23, no. 3, p. 122.
4288Anonymous1955H.C.D., 1955. How to make opal doub-lets. The Mineralogist, v. 23, no. 3, p. 140, 142.
4289Anonymous1955Noted Oregon locality. The Mineralogist, v. 23, no. 5, p. 199. Yachats Beach.
4290Anonymous1955Opal found in bamboo. The Mineralogist, v. 23, no. 5, p. 232.
4291Anonymous1955H.C.D., 1955. Teredo wood found. The Mineralogist, v. 23, no. 9, p. 330, 332.
4292Anonymous1955H.C.D., 1955. Opal mine sold. The Miner-alogist, v. 23, no. 9, p. 332, 334. Virgin Valley, Nevada.
4293Anonymous1955Look for iris agate. The Mineralogist, v. 23, no. 10, p. 376. Shop help, tips.
4294Anonymous1955Fairburn agates. The Mineralogist, v. 23, no. 1, p. 430.
4295Anonymous1956News on collecting areas in California. Lapidary Journal, v. 9, no. 6, p. 555. Nipomo, Morgan Hill.
4296Anonymous1956Celebrated agate changes hands. The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 2, p. 50. 166 pound plume
4297Anonymous1956Unusual types of Australian opal. The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 2, p. 74.
4298Anonymous1956Large petrified trees. The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 2, p. 78.
4299Anonymous1956Fairburn collection. The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 2, p. 96.
4300Anonymous1956Texas iris agate. The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 3, p. 126.
4301Anonymous1956Untitled, photograph, Tampa Bay Coral. The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 3, p. 136.
4302Anonymous1956Opal sold out. The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 4, p. 146. Australia
4303Anonymous1956Oregon and Washington localities. The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 6,7,8, p. 260, 262, 264.
4304Anonymous1956More Missouri agate. The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 6,7,8, p. 308.
4305Anonymous1956French opal. The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 10, p. 366. assembled stone, clear glass with mother of pearl cemented between them.
4306Anonymous1956Rose agate. The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 10, p. 378. Photograph, reprinted from v. 10, no. 1, p. 38
4307Anonymous1956The tubes in agate. The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 10, p. 384.
4308Anonymous1956Special opal issue. The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 12, p. 462. Reprinted from Cranbrook Institute, Greenfield Hills, Michigan, newsletter.
4309Anonymous1956?Two for the Money. Gems and Minerals, November, no. 230, p. 24.
4310Anonymous1957Oklahoma tornado in Montana Agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 11, no. 3, p. 386. Picture rock.
4311Anonymous1957Plume Agate (Cover Picture). Lapidary Journal, v. 11, no. 4, p. 399.
4312Anonymous1957Washington Locality. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 1, p. 11. Lyle, Washington.
4313Anonymous1957"Petrified" wood. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 2, p. 70. Mineralization list.
4314Anonymous1957Golden Gate Jasper. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 2, p. 74. Kinradite?, California.
4315Anonymous1957Montana Agate. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 3, p. 104.
4316Anonymous1957Iowa Gravel Pits. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 3, p. 140. Muscatine area.
4317Anonymous1957The thunder egg. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 5, p. 210.
4318Anonymous1957Antiquity of opal. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 5, p. 237. L.B. Leakey, opal used by 4,000 BCE.
4319Anonymous1957Fossil fruit found. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no,. 6,7,8, p. 247.
4320Anonymous1957Montana localities. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 6,7,8, p. 250. Cycads.
4321Anonymous1957Agate in Portland. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 6,7,8, p. 268. Council Crest area, Portland, Oregon.
4322Anonymous1957Opal booklet. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 9, p. 290. Cranbrook Institute Publication, 40 cts.
4323Anonymous1957Agate cameos. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 9, p. 310.
4324Anonymous1957Mountain of jasper. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 9, p. 316. Ahtanum Ridge, Yakima, Washington.
4325Anonymous1957Fossil wood found. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 9, p. 320. Roosevelt, Washington, area.
4326Anonymous1957New Mexico localities. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 10, p. 366. Jornada Valley agate, Cristobal Mountainss., in Jornada Valley.
4327Anonymous1957H.C.D., 1957. A simple agate test. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 10, p. 375-376. Polariscope.
4328Anonymous1957The agate book , price increase, The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 10, p. 380, 381.
4329Anonymous1957The word agate. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 11, p. 400. Etymology.
4330Anonymous1957H.C.D., 1957. Nevada agate. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 11, p. 416. Denio, Nevada.
4331Anonymous1957Untitled, Montana Agate photograph. The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 9, p. 300.
4332Anonymous1957Agate from Scurdie Ness, Angus, Scotland. Rocks and Minerals v. 32, no. 1,2, p. 2. Cover story.
4333Anonymous1957Maxwell Sommerville engraved gems on display. Rocks and Minerals, v. 32, no. 1,2, p. 28-29.
4334Anonymous1958Moss Agate at Sheep Springs. Gems and Minerals. March, no. 246, p. 38.
4335Anonymous1958Uranium agate. The Mineralogist, v. 26, no. 1, p. 4. Sweetwater agate, fluorescence.
4336Anonymous1958Huge agate found. the Mineralogist, v. 26, no. 1, p. 11. Woodward Ranch, Texas, 90 lb plume.
4337Anonymous1958Early opal mines. The Mineralogist, v. 26, no. 1, p. 13. India, historical.
4338Anonymous1958Flower agate. The Mineralogist, v. 26, no. 2,3, p. 70. Oregon.
4339Anonymous1958Washington locality. The Mineralogist, v. 26, no. 4,5, p. 120, 122. Cloverdale area.
4340Anonymous1958H.C.D., 1958. Some notes on agate. The Mineralogist, v. 26, no. 4,5, p. 140-142.
4341Anonymous1958Agate formation. The Mineralogist, v. 26, no. 6,7,8, p. 188, 190, 192.
4342Anonymous1958Sagenite agate. The Mineralogist, v. 26, no. 9, p. 240.
4343Anonymous1958H.C.D., 1958. Agate imitations. The Mineralogist, v. 26, no. 10,11, p. 284, 286, 288.
4344Anonymous1958Washington, in World News on Mineral Occurrences. Rocks and Minerals, v. 33, no. 1,2, p. 206. Saddle Mountain Wood.
4345Anonymous1958New opal find in Australia. Rocks and Minerals, v. 33, no. 9,10, p. 405.
4346Anonymous1959Stones mentioned in the Bible. Earth Science, v. 12, no. 2, p. 59.
4347Anonymous1959(Montana Picture Agate) from collectyion of Joseph Just. Lapidary Journal, v. 13, no. 1, p. 86.
4348Anonymous1959(Montana Agate Picture Rock) from E. T. Hughes collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 13, no. 1, p. 86.
4349Anonymous1959The State of Oregon. (Picture Agate Thunder Egg). Lapidary Journal, v. 13, no. 3, p. 398.
4350Anonymous1959Nevada---The Rockhound Frontier. Lapidary Journal, v. 13, no. 1, p. 100, 102, 104.
4351Anonymous1959A British Columbia Field Trip. Lapidary Journal, v. 13, no. 3, p. 412, 414. Vermillion Bluffs, Agate Bluffs
4352Anonymous1959(Bola Ties) Picture of bolas by A. Houlihan. Lapidary Journal, v. 13, no. 3, p. 416. New Mexico Plume, Baker Ranch, Laguna, Texas material, crazy lace.
4353Anonymous1959H.C.D., 1959. Agate discovery. The Mineralogist, v. 27, no. 6,7,8, p. 126, 128. Antelope, Oregon..
4354Anonymous1959Untitled, photograph of Osmundites. The Mineralogist, v. 27, no. 9, p. 160.
4355Anonymous1959Lightning Ridge opal. Reprinted from The Gemmologist in The Mineralogist, v. 27, no. 9, p. 176.
4356Anonymous1959Pitts retires. The Mineralogist, v. 27, no. 9, p. 182. Wm. Pitts.
4357Anonymous1959First thunder eggs. The Mineralogist, v. 27, no. 9, p. 182.
4358Anonymous1959Many kinds of petrified wood. The Miner-alogist, v. 27, no. 10,11, p. 204, 205.
4359Anonymous1959H.C.D., 1959. Opal mining. The Miner-alogist, v. 29, no. 10,11, p. 230.
4360Anonymous1959Untitled, photograph of Pony Butte, Oregon, Thunder Egg Locality. The Mineralogist, v. 29, no. 10,11, p. 252.
4361Anonymous1959Nevada---the rockhound frontier. Lapidary Journal, v. 13, no. 1, p. 100, 102, 104, 106-107.
4362Anonymous1959[Oregon gem locations map and index]. Lapidary Journal, v. 13, no. xx, p. 406-407.
4363Anonymous1959Photographs of opal-lined swimming pool near Queretaro, Mexico. Rocks and Minerals, v. 34, no. 2,3, p. 120.
4364Anonymous1959Gray coral geode. Rocks and Minerals, v. 34, no. 11,12, p. 482. Cover story.
4365Anonymous1960Petrified Forest National Monument. Earth Science, v. 13, no. 3, p. 108-109. Arizona.
4366Anonymous1960Santa Monica Gemological Society Fifth Annual Show---April, 1960. Lapidary Journal, v. 13, no. 6, p. 756. Faberge agate cat carving
4367Anonymous1960The Gemstone Treasure House of North Carolina. Lapidary Journal, v. 14, no. 1, p. 78, 80-95. collecting localities
4368Anonymous1960Complete Index of the First 13 Years of the Lapidary Journal. Lapidary Journal, v. 14, no. 1, p. 118, 120-127.
4369Anonymous1960A new Hubbard Creation. Lapidary Journal, v. 14, no. 2, p. 201. lab grown plumes
4370Anonymous1960Montana Dendritic Agate is Beautiful. Lapidary Journal, v. 14, no. 3, p. 257.
4371Anonymous1960Did you ever see an elephant with feathers? Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 5, p. 433. pix rx
4372Anonymous1960Abominable snowman in moss agate from India. Rocks and Minerals, v. 34, no. 7,8, p. 322. Cover story.
4373Anonymous1960U. S. Army offers travel, adventure, and mineral collecting. CDEC release, Hunter Liggett Military Reservation, California. Reprinted in Rocks and Minerals, v. 34, no. 9,10, p. 450-451.
4374Anonymous1960Amethyst Agate in Uruguay. Gems and Minerals. December, no. 279, p. 6.
4375Anonymous1960Opal scarce. The Mineralogist, v. 28, no. 4,5, p. 50.
4376Anonymous1960An opal triplet. The Mineralogist, v. 28, no. 4,5, p. 92.
4377Anonymous1960Sagenite collection. the Mineralogist, v. 28, no. 6,7,8, p. 140, 141. McNeill Collection.
4378Anonymous1960Opalized wood in live trees. The Mineralogist, v. 28, no. 11,12, p. 237.
4379Anonymous1961Is this Michangelo's "Creator" or John L.? Lapidary Journal, v. 14, no. 6, p. 481. pix rx
4380Anonymous1961"Texas Twister" in dendritic opal. Lapidary Journal, v. 14, no. 6, p. 485. Picture stone.
4381Anonymous1961Brazil now produces world's chrysoprase. Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 1, p. 91.
4382Anonymous1961New find of Thunder Eggs made in British Columbia. Lapidary Journal v. 15, no. 1, p. 133.
4383Anonymous1961List of Gemstone Locations in the United States. Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no.1, p. 165-170.
4384Anonymous1961The Creation. Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 2, p. 265. Picture rock, reprinted in Agates of North America, 19xx, p. yy.
4385Anonymous1961Pictures in stone. Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 3, p. 371. Montana Agate, picture stones.
4386Anonymous1961"American Eagle" Agate makes ring. Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 3, p. 381. Montana agate, picture stone.
4387Anonymous1961Always something new. Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 4, p. 486. Picture agate.
4388Anonymous1961Glossary of opal terms. Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 5, p. 558-561.
4389Anonymous1961Oculus Mundi, "Eye of the World". Lapi-dary Journal, v. 15, no. 5, p. 563.
4390Anonymous1961Big Palm Stump in Texas. Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 5, p. 571.
4391Anonymous1961Record Tampa Bay Coral Pseudomorph. Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 5, p. 573.
4392Anonymous1961Agates with perlite. The Mineralogist, v. 29, no. 1,2, p. 39.
4393Anonymous1961"Our doggie"---a beautiful red agate with white center from near Zapata, Texas. Rocks and Minerals, v. 36, no. 1,2, p. 2. Picture agate.
4394Anonymous1961Nevada, in World News on Mineral Occurrences. Rocks and Minerals, v. 36, no. 1,2, p. 35. Banded agates near Goldfield, Esmeralda County.
4395Anonymous1961Easter Bunny agate from Montana. Rocks and Minerals, v. 36, no. 3,4, p. 2. Picture agate.
4396Anonymous1962Official Program, The National Gem and Mineral Exposition, Veteran's Auditorium, Des Moines, Iowa. July 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 1962. Mack, Bill; O'Neal, Tom; Priest, Amel; Similion, H.; Frankel, Burnell; Rowley, James; Bass, Charles; Bass, Mabel; Patt, William; Lee opals.
4397Anonymous1962Palm Wood - Texas Size. Earth Science, v. 15, no. 1, p. 16.
4398Anonymous1962Lizzadro Museum fulfills high expec-tations. Earth Science, v. 15, no. 6, p. 251-255.
4399Anonymous1962Ben Hur Wilson?, 1963. The Lore of Oregon Thunder Eggs. Earth Science, v. 16, no. 3, p. 103. Oregon, historical, Sam Glasgow.
4400Anonymous1962Lone Tree Island. Lapidary Journal, v. 16, no. 2, p. 247. Picture agate.
4401Anonymous1962Mr. Bones. Lapidary Journal, v. 16, no. 2, p. 289. Picture Rock. Very Tacky, racist.
4402Anonymous1962Massive Opalized Log from Nevada. Lapidary Journal, v. 16, no. 3, p. 325.
4403Anonymous1962New Rock Club in Wisconsin. Lapidary Journal, v. 16, no. 3, p. 325. Picture agate.
4404Anonymous1962Beauty and Color in Cabochons. Lapidary Journal, v. 16, no. 4, p. 402-403. Color Photograph Spread.
4405Anonymous1962Idar-Oberstein. Lapidary Journal. v. 16, no. 5, p. 495.
4406Anonymous1962A fantastic plume agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 16, no. 5, p. 545. Oregon, Angel Wing agate.
4407Anonymous1962They beat a path to the door of Linton E. Cosby. Lapidary Journal, v. 16, no. 7, p. 684-685. Dendritic agates.
4408Anonymous1962Acres of opals in the Polar Caves, America's greatest boulder cavern. Rocks and Minerals, v. 37, no. 3,4, p. 255.
4409Anonymous1963A remarkable fossil find. Earth Sci-ence, v. 16, no. 5, p. 233. Devonian Brachiopod agatized.
4410Anonymous1963Unusual "Bird Agate" Found, Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 2, p. 327. Picture agate.
4411Anonymous1963An Usunual Lake Superior Iris Agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 2, p. 329. Reflective iris agate.
4412Anonymous1963Fine Montana Dendritic Agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 2, p. 329.
4413Anonymous1963Minnesota Map in Oregon Agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 2, p. 329.
4414Anonymous1963Restriction placed on Anderson Dam Agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 5, p. 563.
4415Anonymous1963Northwestern Federation seeks clari-fication on petrified wood law. Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 5, p. 568-569.
4416Anonymous1963Correction, New Mexico Agate Claims. Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 5, p. 563.
4417Anonymous1963Who said modern? Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 6, p. 632. Picture Rock
4418Anonymous1963Looks Fishy to Us! Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 6, p. 649.
4419Anonymous1963Huge India moss agate to Lizzadro Museum. Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 6, p. 659
4420Anonymous1963D. Wallace, 1963. Dehydration of opal. The Mineralogist, v. 31, no. 2, p. 35, 36.
4421Anonymous1963Hydrophane occurrence in Hondura. Rocks and Minerals, v. 38, no. 1,2, p. 23, 24, 71.
4422Anonymous1963Oregon, in World News on Mineral Occurrences. Rocks and Minerals, v. 38, no. 1,2, p. 33. Opal Butte, Morrow County.
4423Anonymous1963Valuable opals recovered. Rocks and Minerals, v. 38, no. 5,6, p. 309. Theft Recovery, reprinted from Sydney, NSW, Sun, March 18, 1963.
4424Anonymous1964Official Program, 24th Annual Con-vention, Midwest Federation of Mineralogical and Geological Societies, Muskegon, Michigan, July 23, 24, 25, 26, 1964. Opal, Tampa Bay Coral, Arizona wood .
4425Anonymous1964From Ranching to Gem Cutting and Jewelry Making. Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 12, p. 1220-1223. Montana Agate.
4426Anonymous1964Portrait of General Lafayette in Agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 1, p. 178. Picture agate.
4427Anonymous1964A petrified cocoanut. Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 3, p. 425. Picture rock.
4428Anonymous1964Mary had two little lambs. Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 3, p. 427. Picture rock.
4429Anonymous1964The Glory of Colorful Mexican Agates. Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 4, p. 472-473. Erle Collins Collection, photo essay.
4430Anonymous1964Woodward Ranch Rockhound Roundup May 30th attended by large crowd. Lapidary Journal, v.18, no. 5, p. 615.
4431Anonymous1964Unique agates found by E. N. Smith. Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 7, p. 753.
4432Anonymous1964Entry canal in the formation of agate clearly shown. Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 7, p. 813
4433Anonymous1964Bureau of Land Management, 1964. New proposed petrified wood rules. The Mineralogist, v. 32, no. 3, p. 30-32.
4434Anonymous1964Petrified wood regulations now official. Gems and Minerals, no. 325, p. 56-57.
4435Anonymous1964?Our Cover. Thundereggs. Gems and Minerals, no. 332, p. 34.
4436Anonymous1964A "gem" of a lure. Rocks and Minerals, v. 39, no. 1,2, p. 58-59. Shyster spinning lure with carnelian, sardonyx.
4437Anonymous1964Wilkins Museum - famous for its agates. Rocks and Minerals, v. 39, no. 7,8, p. 360-361. Deming, New Mexico.
4438Anonymous1965Australian Opal Field Re-Opened. Earth Science, v. 18, no. 1, p. 7
4439Anonymous1965A Giant Lake Superior Agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 10, p. 1090. Cover story.
4440Anonymous1965A picture in orbicular jasper. Photo by W. J. Aulebrook? (check sp.). Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 1, p. 147.
4441Anonymous1965Correction - Re: Spherulitic Opal Article in June Lapidary Journal. Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 4, p. 520.
4442Anonymous1965(Cle Elum [Washington] Chamber of Com-merce), 1965. Washington Field Trips near Cle Elum. Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 5, p. 608-609. Red Top Blue Agate (=Ellensburg Blue Agate?), ellow Hill Agate, Crystal Mountain Agate.
4443Anonymous1965(The Opal) 1965. Polishing Lake Superior Agate --- Caution. Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 7, p. 845.
4444Anonymous1965(Michigan Lapidary Society), 1965. Coloring Agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 7, p. 844.
4445Anonymous1965Australian Scientists Think Synthesis of Opal a Long Way Off. Reprinted from Melbourne, Australia "The Sun Herald" in Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 9, p. 1052.
4446Anonymous1965Ever hear of "growing" dendritic formation in silica gel? Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 9, p. 1058.
4447Anonymous1965Untitled. Map and photograph of Ballast Point, Hillsborough Bay, Florida. Rocks and Minerals, v. 40, no. 2, p. 114, 154. Tampa Bay, Florida.
4448Anonymous1965Famous opal sold. Rocks and Minerals, v. 40, no. 5, p. 324. Pandora Black Opal.
4449Anonymous1965Suwannee River Agatized Coral. Rocks and Minerals, v. 40, no. 6, p. 2. Hamilton County, Florida, cover story.
4450Anonymous1965USA map in Oregon thunder egg. Rocks and Minerals, v. 40, no. 11, p. 2.
4451Anonymous1965Unusual petrified log. Gems and Minerals, no. 335, p. 41.
4452Anonymous1966Lake Superior Agate. Earth Science, v. 19, no. 2, p. 98. Michigan, Keweenaw Co.
4453Anonymous1966Blue Agate from Red Top. Earth Science, v, 19, no. 4, p. 168. Washington.
4454Anonymous1966First Siouxland Show. Earth Science, v. 19, no. 5, p. 226. Ralph Bass.
4455Anonymous1966Unusual etching on tumbled agate. Gems and Minerals, no. 341, p. 22-23.
4456Anonymous1966Butterfly wings in Boron Petrified Wood. Gems and Minerals, no. 343, p. 26. California.
4457Anonymous1966Con Valley Petrified Wood. Gems and Minerals, no. 347, p. 36.
4458Anonymous1966Rock Springs, Wyoming, collecting areas. Gems and Minerals, no. 347, p. 38. Wyoming, field trip, Blue Forest, Turitella Agate.
4459Anonymous1966An Australian visits Lightning Ridge. Gems and Minerals, no. 348, p. 12-14.
4460Anonymous1966Graveyard Point. Gems and Minerals, no. 348, p. 38. Tock, F. L., Oregon, Idaho, field trip.
4461Anonymous1966Australia's mountain of jasper. Gems and Minerals, no. 349, p. 34. Australia, field trip, Jasper Mountain.
4462Anonymous1966Texas' Alibates Flint Quarries Decalred a National Monument. Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 10, 1114-1123.
4463Anonymous1966Corrections to Bola Story from January Issue. Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 11, p. 1263. Correction to article published in Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 10, p. 1108.
4464Anonymous1966The Mineral collection of the Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado. Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 1, p. 204-208.
4465Anonymous1966Nyssa, Oregon, has first annual "Thunderegg Days"Event,Aug. 3-6. Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 2, p. 379.
4466Anonymous1966Oregon Legislature picks "Thunderegg" a State Rock. Reprinted from The Ore Bin, v. 27, no. 10, in Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 5, p. 638-639.
4467Anonymous1966A fantastic dendritic agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 6, p. 790.
4468Anonymous1966Large section of petrified tree found near Eastend, Saskatchewan, Canada. Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 7, p. 907.
4469Anonymous1966"Don the Heathcomber" makes out with Coober Pedy Opal. Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 8, p. 948-949.
4470Anonymous1967Crystal-Lined Geodes. Earth Science, v. 20, no. 4, p. 149.
4471Anonymous1967Nebraska adopts official gemstone in it's Centennial Year. Earth Science, v. 20, no. 4, p. 186.
4472Anonymous1967Mozarkite and galena, Missouri's newly designated State Rock and State Mineral. Earth Sci-ence, v. 20, no. 5, p. 197.
4473Anonymous1967September - October Birthgems. Earth Science, v. 20, no. 5, p. 208. Opal.
4474Anonymous1967Field trip vignette. Gems and Minerals, . no. yy, p. zz. Oregon, Petrified Wood, Crabtree area.
4475Anonymous1967Oregon's dendritic limb casts. Gems and Minerals, no. 359, p. 13. Oregon, field trip, Crooked River area.
4476Anonymous19671867-1967, Nebraska's Centennial State Rock Show. Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 1, p. 225. Photos of Blue Agate, Prairie Agate.
4477Anonymous1967Cover Story. Giant Priday Plume Agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 21, no. 7, p. 834.
4478Anonymous1967Opal from the Strangest Places. Reprinted from "The Phesphite" Bulletin of the L.E.R.C. Rockcrafters Club, Lapidary Journal, v. 21, no. 9, p. 1198. Organically concentrated opal in bamboo.
4479Anonymous1967Opal, Honduras, Central America. Rocks and Minerals, v. 42, no. 4, p. zz.
4480Anonymous1968Agatized coral collecting attraction of eastern show. Gems and Minerals, no. 368, p. 36, 37.
4481Anonymous1968T. B. Williams. Lapidary Journal, v. 21, no. 11, p. 1399. Obituary.
4482Anonymous1968Eastern Federation Tampa Show, June 27-28-29, offers varied programs. Lapidary Journal, v. 22, no. 2, p. 382-383. Tampa Bay Coral.
4483Anonymous1968(Hartmann, Karl?). Cover Photo Story, Iris Agate, Uruguay. Lapidary Journal, v. 22, no. 6, p. 734.
4484Anonymous1968Natural pictures in agate from W. C. Antoine's Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 22, no. 8, p. 1110, 1111.
4485Anonymous1968Heat Treating Brazilian Agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 22, no. 8, p. 1111.
4486Anonymous1968Il museo degli Argenti a Firenze. Milan, 1968.
4487Anonymous1968Opera in mosaico intarsi e Pietre paesina. 53 p.
4488Anonymous1968White grained quartz "bunny" on chert. Rocks and Minerals, v. 43, no. 4, p. xxx
4489Anonymous1968"Flint" - Ohio's official gemstone, State of Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, Educational Leaflet 6. Reprinted in Rocks and Minerals, v. 43, no. 4, p. 274.
4490Anonymous1968Untitled item dealing with Tampa Bay Coral. Rocks and Minerals, v. 43, no. 5, p. 342-343.
4491Anonymous1968A teenage "rodkhound" shows colorful slices of agate from a "thunderegg" found near Prineville, Oregon. Rocks and Minerals, v. 43, no. 7, p. zz. Cover story
4492Anonymous1968A once in a lifetime - Montana Agate. Rocks and Minerals, v. 43, no. 8, p. 598.
4493Anonymous1968Gem Stones of Western Australia. Rocks and Minerals, v. 43, no. 8, p. 651-653. Opal, Cool-garde.
4494Anonymous1968Fire Agate. Rocks and Minerals, v. 43, no. 9, p. 711. Castle Dome Field, Yuma County, Arizona, Coon Hollow Field.
4495Anonymous1968Mexico - a wonderful place for the rockhound. Rocks and Minerals, v. 43, no. 10, p. 790-792.
4496Anonymous1969The official signing. Earth Science, v. 22, no. 5, p. 228. Governor Harold LeVander signs bill naming Lake Superion Agate Minnesota State Rock.
4497Anonymous1969Home study course on opal. Gems and Minerals, no. 385, p. 20.
4498Anonymous1969Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 1, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 16 and p. 17.
4499Anonymous1969The entire family can enjoy. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 1, p. 60. Ohio petrified wood, photo essay.
4500Anonymous1969Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 2, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 312 and p. 313.
4501Anonymous1969Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 3, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 432 and p. 433.
4502Anonymous1969The rock rush is on. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 3, p. 489-496. Utah, General.
4503Anonymous1969Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 4, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 552 and p. 553.
4504Anonymous1969Flint, Ohio's Official Gemstone. Ohio State Department of Natural Resources Brochure, Ohio State Historical Society and Ohio Geological Survey. Reprinted in Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 4, p. 556-560
4505Anonymous1969Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 5, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 680 and p. 681.
4506Anonymous1969Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 6, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 800 and p. 801.
4507Anonymous1969About our cover. (Spencer, Idaho Opal), Cover Story, Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 7, p. 906.
4508Anonymous1969Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 7, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 920 and p. 921.
4509Anonymous1969Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 8, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 1064 and p. 1065.
4510Anonymous1969BLM presents petrified log to Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 8, p. 1175.
4511Anonymous1969Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 9, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 1208 and p. 1209.
4512Anonymous1969Baked Brazilian Agate. Reprinted from "Osage Hills Gems" in Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 9, p. 1258.
4513Anonymous1969Some common superstitions concerning gems. Rocks and Minerals, v. 44, no. 3, p. 190-191.
4514Anonymous1969"Sawed halves of an agatized coral geode...". Rocks and Minerals, v. 44, no. 12, p. 827. Florida.
4515Anonymous1969Rockhounding in Oregon, - reprinted from Salem Oregon Newspaper. Rocks and Minerals, v. 44, no. 12, p. 831.
4516Anonymous1969Opal mining means boom to little town.Chicago Tribune, Dec. 20, 1969. Reprinted in Rocks and Minerals, v. 45, no. 2, p. 148. Magdalena, Mexico.
4517Anonymous1970Mary Cornwell?, 1970. Tube agate, a rare find in Minnesota. Earth Science, v. 23, no. 4, p.174-177.
4518Anonymous1970Pop art in Biggs Canyon Jasper. Earth Science, v. 23, no. 5, p. 253. Photo.
4519Anonymous1970Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 10, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 1352 and p. 1353.
4520Anonymous1970Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 11, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 1472 and p. 1473.
4521Anonymous1970Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 12, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 1592 and p. 1593.
4522Anonymous1970Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 1, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 80 and p. 81.
4523Anonymous1970Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 2, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 312 and p. 313.
4524Anonymous1970Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 3, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 432 and p. 433.
4525Anonymous1970Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 4, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 552 and p. 553.
4526Anonymous1970Tennessee adopts agate as State Stone. Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 4, p. 574.
4527Anonymous1970Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 5, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 672 and p. 673.
4528Anonymous1970Plume agate mine changes hands. Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 5, p. 722. Del Norte, Colorado.
4529Anonymous1970Montana Dendritic Agates, Bert C. and C. M. Pederson Collection. Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 6, unnumbered, colored plate between p. 792 and p. 793.
4530Anonymous1970Opals. Rocks and Minerals, v. 45, no. 1, p. 65. Preservation.
4531Anonymous1970Field tripping in Illowa Territory. Illowa Gem and Mineral Society, Davenport, Iowa 52806. Guidebook published for general public.
4532Anonymous1970Minerals and crystalsls, cleaning and preserving. Rocks and Minerals, v. 45, no. 4, p. 293.
4533Anonymous1970How are agates formed? Los Angeles Times Syndicate. Reprinted in Rocks and Minerals, v. 45, no. 5, p. 307.
4534Anonymous1970Tips on sawing geodes - or agate filled nodules. Rocks and Minerals, v. 45, no. 5, p. 354.
4535Anonymous1971Lincoln Gem & Mineral Club report Miss Nebraska Crown. Earth Science, v. 24, no. 5, p. 272. Blue chalcedony, Nebraska, cut by author.
4536Anonymous1971Black opal in sandstone matrix. Reprinted from "Chips and Tips"in Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 10, p. 1307.
4537Anonymous1971Midwest Convention and Show. Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 12, p. 1586. Ohio Gem Flint.
4538Anonymous1971Drummond's Agate Beds Opened Mar. 6. Lapidary Journal, v. 25, no. 2, p. 401. Oregon
4539Anonymous1971Saddle Mountain Wood (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 25, no. 3, p. 418. Washington.
4540Anonymous1971Field Trip to Saddle Mountain Scheduled by AFMS Committee. Lapidary Journal, v. 25, no. 3, p. 487-488.
4541Anonymous1971Montana State Gem and Mineral Show. Lapidary Journal, v. 25, no. 3, p. 491. Montana Agate illus.
4542Anonymous1971A bibelot commemorating the Apollo XI Moon Landing (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 25, no. 4, p. 538.
4543Anonymous1971A new and permanent crown for Miss Nebraska. Lapidary Journal, v. 25, no. 6, p. 868.
4544Anonymous1971Mineral Beauties. Rock & Gem, v. 1, no. 3, p. 76-77. Color photograph spread.
4545Anonymous1971Polishing opals without machinery? Rocks and Minerals, v. 46, no. 3, p. 173. Originally published in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tribune, October 20, 1970, in article by Marian West.
4546Anonymous1971Gem found in street in Jamaica. Rocks and Minerals, v. 46, no. 3, p. 200. Originally published in Baltimore, Maryland Sun, January, 1971.
4547Anonymous1972Picture Rock Found in Africa. Lapidary Journal, v. 26, no. 3, p. 549. Namib Picture Stone, Namib Desert.
4548Anonymous1972Matrix opal treatment. Rocks and Minerals, v. 47, no. 1, p. 12. Contributed by Burt Prince from Chips & Facets, a club bulletin. Actual authorship not determined.
4549Anonymous1972Stone forest tucked away in Flora, Mississippi. Rocks and Minerals, v. 47, no. 1, p. 54. Originally printed in Toledo, Ohio, Blade, Nov. 10, 1971
4550Anonymous1972Fire Agate Madonna, Rock & Gem, v. 2, no. 12, p. 76, 77.
4551Anonymous1972Fire Agate. Rocks and Minerals, v. 47, no. 1, p. 55. Lapidary treatment.
4552Anonymous1972Recipe for petrified wood. Rocks and Minerals, v. 47, no. 5, p. 346.
4553Anonymous1972Making an opal doublet. Rocks and Minerals, v. 47, no. 6, p. 422.
4554Anonymous1972Rockhound's dream. Madras fair dsiplays 'champ' petrified log. Rocks and Minerals, v. 47, no. 7,8, p. 470. Originally printed in the Oregonian, date not given, in article by Margaret Dement.
4555Anonymous1972The Attraction of Agate Creek. Rocks and Minerals, v. 47, no. 10, p. 600.
4556Anonymous1972(Richard M. Pearl), 1973. Flint vs. Chert, in Venus. Earth Science, v. 26, no. 3, p. 157.
4557Anonymous1973Arizona, in Half a Hundred Stars; geology of thge fifty states. Earth Science, v. 26, no. 5, p. 242, 243. Petrified forest.
4558Anonymous1973Agates of Fife and Beyond. Gems, Jan-uary. v. 5, no. 1, p. 8.
4559Anonymous1973"The Salamander Group" (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 26, no. 10, p. 1402. Idar-Oberstein.
4560Anonymous1973The original Owyhee Picture Jasper. Lapidary Journal, v. 26, no. 12, p. 1746. Claim to be sole distributors of Owhyee Picture Jasper; material on adjacent claims not the same as the original.
4561Anonymous1973A new home for "The Apache Hooded Owl." Lapidary Journal, v. 26, no. 12, p. 1756. Specimen sold to Irwin Gorin.
4562Anonymous1973Plume agate beds now closed. Lapidary Journal, v. 27, no. 1, p. 168. Del Norte, CO.
4563Anonymous1973Ashwood, Oregon, agate country. Lapidary Journal, v. 27, no. 3, p. 540.
4564Anonymous1973"American Eagle" (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 27, no. 4, p. 594.
4565Anonymous1973Braggin' Rocks. Lapidary Journal, v. 27, no. 4, p. 621. Color illus: BZ, Uruguay, Mex. lace.
4566Anonymous1973"Fairy Wrens" of Australia (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 27, no. 5, p. 730. Color pix, yellow jasper.
4567Anonymous1977Fire agate (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no.5, p. 1074. Color photos.
4568Anonymous1973Unpredicatable opal. Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 2, p. 80. Excerpt from Mineral Kingdom by Paus Desautels.
4569Anonymous1973"What causes thunder-eggs?" Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 2, p. 103. Reprinted from "Ask Andy" column, Tulsa Daily World, Tulsa, Oklahoma, date not given.
4570Anonymous1973New worlds in geodes. Rock and Gem, v. 3, no. 1, p. 77, 78. Microcrystal inclusions.
4571Anonymous1973Rock & Gem Buyers Guide to Opal Polishing Units. Rock and Gem, v. 3, no. 2, p. 38-40.
4572Anonymous1973(Loreen N. Haas) Opal Talk. Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 2, p. 41.
4573Anonymous1973One man's opal. Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 2, p. 48.
4574Anonymous1973Conk Opal. Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 10, p. 76-77.
4575Anonymous1973Heat treating Brazilian agate. Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 3, p. 207.
4576Anonymous1973Handy hints. Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 3, p. 208. Petrified wood, lapidary treatment.
4577Anonymous1973Opals. Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 3, p. 208. Paraffin treatment.
4578Anonymous1973Minnesota Gemstones. Rocks and Min-erals, v. 48, no. 6, p. 419-421.
4579Anonymous1973State stones - Minnesota. Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 8, p. 447. Lake Superior agates. George Kosel (News Letter).
4580Anonymous1973Petrified Forest being slowly hauled away. Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 9, p. 535. Arizona.
4581Anonymous1973Thunder eggs. Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 9, p. 559. Legend = dinosaur eggs? never heard this one before Sept 27, 1992.
4582Anonymous1973Did you know??? Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 11, p. 658. Biblical references.
4583Anonymous1973Cutting petrified wood. Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 11, p. 682. Lapidary tip.
4584Anonymous1973Birthstone for October is Opal, With The Alternate Tourmaline. Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 12, p. 778-779.
4585Anonymous1973Fire agate. Rocks and Minerals, v. 48, no. 12, p. 784. Lapidary treatment.
4586Anonymous1974Field Tripping in Illowa Tertitory - Part II. Illinois Gem and Mineral Society, 1508 West 38th St., Davenport, Iowa 52806. Published as guidebook for general circulation.
4587Anonymous1974California Federation of Mineralogical Societies presents 35th Annual Show. Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 2, p. 380. B.C. Canada wood, illust.
4588Anonymous1974Petrified wood area closed in Arizona. Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 3, p. 515. Dobell Ranch.
4589Anonymous1974The Duffield Opal, (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 7, p. 1046. Color pic.
4590Anonymous1974There's opal in them there hills. Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 7, p. 1062.
4591Anonymous1974Son discovers sailboat in agate. Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 7, p. 1093. Picture rock.
4592Anonymous1974Opal show in new location. Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 7, p. 1116.
4593Anonymous1974Opal society to issue bibliography. Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 7, p. 1116.
4594Anonymous1974Namib Picture Rock, Namibia, Africa, Rock & Gem, v. 4, no. 2, p. 68-69.
4595Anonymous1974Older than the West. Rock & Gem, v. 4, no. 11, p. 8-12. Howard & Harvey Kenfield, Nebraska petrified wood.
4596Anonymous1974What is an agate? Rocks and Minerals, v. 49, no. 1, p. 31. General article, type descriptions.
4597Anonymous1974State stones, Ohio. Rocks and Minerals, v. 49, no. 9, p. 571. Flint.
4598Anonymous1974Varieties of quartz. Rocks and Minerals, v. 49, no. 11, p. 662-663. By Virginia Burns, Alaskan Pebble Patter?
4599Anonymous1974Rare stones in Missouri Crater. Rocks and Minerals, v. 49, no. 11, p. 710. Opal, tridymite, cristobalite.
4600Anonymous1974Precious stones as taken from the Bible. Rocks and Minerals, v. 49, no. 12, p. 714. Biblical references.
4601Anonymous1974There's opal in them there hills. Rocks and Minerals, v. 49, no. 12, p. 739-740. Originally published by Australian Tourist Commission, New York.
4602Anonymous1974Tube agate - a rare find in Minnesota. Earth Science, v. 23, no. 4, p. 174-178.
4603Anonymous1975Opal Fires. Rocks and Minerals, v. 50, no. 1, p. 62. Opal structure.
4604Anonymous1975Rock Hunting in Louisiana. Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 3, p. 642.
4605Anonymous1975Montana treasure chest. Aug. 30 - Sept. 1. Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 5, p. 960. Photo, MT agate.
4606Anonymous1975Agate "Tiffany" style lamp, (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 6, p. 1058.
4607Anonymous1975The Mozarkite Story, official State Gemstone of Missouri. Rocks and Minerals, v. 50, no. 3, p. 151
4608Anonymous1975A "Rockhound" bolo tie...(cover story). Rocks and Minerals, v. 59, no. 3, p. 157
4609Anonymous1976Agate - a Gem for Everyone. Gems and Minerals. October, no. 468, p. 60-63.
4610Anonymous1976(Richard M. Pearl), 1977. Eden Valley, Wyoming. Earth Science, v. 30, no. 3,4, p. 135.
4611Anonymous1976Priday Agate beds sold to Richardson. Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 3, p. 794.
4612Anonymous1976Famous agate bedsprepared for summer. Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 4, p. 1019. Swanson Agate and Egg Beds.
4613Anonymous1976Lake Superior Agates, the rainbow in rocks. Reprinted in Lapidary Journal from "Earth Science News Bulletin of the Earth Science Club of Northern Illinois", Downers, Grove, Illinois, in Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 9, p. 2164-2166.
4614Anonymous1976Louisiana has state stone. Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 9, p. 2207. Pet. Palm wood
4615Anonymous1977(Kingsley Divisioin, United Abrasives)
4616Anonymous1977Tips on buying and cutting opal. Gems and Minerals, no. 459, p. 32, 33.
4617Anonymous1977Our Cover. The opals of Coober Pedy. Gems and Minerals, no. 459, p. 45.
4618Anonymous1977Crafting with agate nodule slices. Gems and Minerals, no. 477, p. 16-18, 20-22.
4619Anonymous1977New form of opal from Brazil. Gems and Minerals, no. 477, p. 55.
4620Anonymous1977World's largest opal. Gems and Minerals, no. 480, p. 9.
4621Anonymous1977Fire agate (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no.5, p. 1074. Color photos.
4622Anonymous1977Dulcote Geode (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 6, p. 1274.
4623Anonymous1977Purple jasper offered to trade. Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 8, p. 1857. CA
4624Anonymous1977Little Jo opal mine to be reopened. Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 9, p. 2033.
4625Anonymous1978The stern opal. Gems and Minerals, no. 492, p. 10.
4626Anonymous1978Tempskya fern, Marnett County, North Carolina (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 10, p. 2082.
4627Anonymous1978Oregon agate beds open 1978 season. Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 11, p. 2436. Drummond's Carnelian Mine, Or
4628Anonymous1978"Lorelei"(Cover Story) Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 2, p. 466. BZ opal carving.
4629Anonymous1978Carnelian flowers (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no.3, p. 666.
4630Anonymous1978Look what you can find in California. Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 3, p. 772-773.
4631Anonymous1978New variety of opal found near Sonoma, California. Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 3, p. 837-838. Sonoma Beach Opal, original description
4632Anonymous1978Tucker Minerals acquires rare old stock. Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 5, p. 1139. Fire Palm Root, Napomo (=Nimpom), Acton, Willey Wells, New Berry, Lost Chance Canyon, Sheep Springs, Rainbow Ridge, Death Valley Plume, Wingate Pass Agates.
4633Anonymous1978Lucas Creek area closed. Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 7, p. 1510. Adna, WA, carnelian agate.
4634Anonymous1979The German method of coloring agates. Gems and Minerals, no. 504, p. 18-21.
4635Anonymous1979"The Leopard" (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 11, p. 2330. Agate carving.
4636Anonymous1979"Red Agatized Coral," Tampa, Florida. Lapidary Journal, v. 33, no.2, p. 466.
4637Anonymous1979Agatized coral geode, Florida, (cover story). Rocks and Minerals, v. 54, no. 4, p. 135.
4638Anonymous1980Blue Agate, Nebraska. (Cover Story) Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 2, p. 434.
4639Anonymous1980Dryhead agate mine under new management. Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 5, p. 1125. Santiam Lapidary.
4640Anonymous1980Brazilian Agate (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 8, p. 1666. Picture agate, clown face.
4641Anonymous1980Lake Superior Agate, Otoe County, Nebraska, Rocks and Minerals, v. 55, no. 3, p. 91. RKP, reversed image.
4642Anonymous1981Dryhead Agate mine update. Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 10, p. 2247-2248.
4643Anonymous1981Butterfly in stone (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 11, p. 2306. Chrysocolla.
4644Anonymous1981Beaker with agate cameos (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 3, p. 618.
4645Anonymous1982"Flood of Fire" from Australia. Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 11, p. 2278-2279. opal
4646Anonymous1982Gemfari tour of Queensland gem fields. Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 12, p. 2396-2397. Winders Agate fields.
4647Anonymous1982Scottish club holds agate symposium. Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 12, p. 2409. Edinburgh Symposium.
4648Anonymous1982Dryhead Agate mine makes changes. Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 1, p. 313.
4649Anonymous1982Rapid City's gem and mineral show. Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 3, p. 608-610.
4650Anonymous1982Dryhead fee area closes in 1982. Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 3, p. 591.
4651Anonymous1982Arizona blue fire opal rests at Annapolis. Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 6, p. 994-998.
4652Anonymous1982Nahleen, Brazilian Opal (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 7, p. 1146.
4653Anonymous1983Santiam introduces Dryhead Agate beads. Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 10, p. 1716-1717. These are called Paragon Beads.
4654Anonymous1983New Zealand Marine Opal. Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 1, p. 73.
4655Anonymous1983Chinese snuff bottles to be shown at Golden Gateway to Gems. Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 4, p. 644.
4656Anonymous1983Santiam expands unusual bead line. Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 9, p. 1264.
4657Anonymous1983(M. Plamann?) 1983?. Not dated. The Bartels Museum, on the Lower Level of Link Library at Concordia College, Seward, Nebraska. Concordia College, Seward, Nebraska.
4658Anonymous1984Dryhead Agate (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 38, no. 5, p. 642. color pix
4659Anonymous1984Chrysoprase fish (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 38, no. 7, p. 906. carving
4660Anonymous1985Lapis lazuli and opal eagle (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 38, no. 11, p. 1390.
4661Anonymous1985Fairburn Agates, South Dakota, (Cover Story). Lapidary Journal, v. 39, no. 2, p. 226.
4662Anonymous1985AThe Hare.@ Cover Story, Lapidary Journal, v. 39, no. 3, p. 4. Brazil Agate Carving.
4663Anonymous1988Natural Beauty (Picture Agate). Lapidary Journal, v. 42, no. 1, p. 10.
4664Anonymous1988Moctezuma (Agate) Poster. Adv. Prairie River Press, Lapidary Journal, v. 42, no. 7, p. 106.
4665Anonymous1991A feasibility study promoting agate collecting in the State of Minnesota. Office of Planning, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Final Report, June, 1991, 34 p.
4666Anonymous1991Kaphan's Striking Agates. [in Facets] Lapidary Journal, v. 45, no. 4, p. 7. Montana Agate jewelry.
4667Anonymous1991Perfect Heart. [in Facets] Lapidary Journal, v. 45, no. 4, p. 9. Bruneau Jasper picture stone.
4668Anonymous1991Sassanian Seals. [in Facets] Lapidary Journal, v 45, no. 5, p. 10. Museum exhibit of agate seals.
4669Anonymous1991Color with Contour. [cover story] Lapidary Journal, v. 45, no. 6, p. 3. Tampa Bay Coral.
4670Anonymous1992aLouisiana Opal [in Facet s] Lapidary Journal, v. 46, no. 3, p. 10. Colored illustration.
4671Anonymous1992bMore than a cameo appearance. Ute Bernhardt at the Lizzadro. [in Facets] Lapidary Journal, v. 46, no. 2, p. 14. Lizzadro Museum exhibit.
4672Anonymous1992cIntergem Surprises. Lapidary Journal, v. 46, no. 5, p. 8. Agate carvings.
4673Anonymous1993Quartz and Silica Sand. Indian Bureau of Mines, Report No. 25, 89 p.
4674Anonymous1997?Moose Lake State Park, proposed Geology Interpretive Center. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources?, 4 p.