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The Woolery Mineral Collection

Author: 
F. R. Getsinger
Article Date: 
May 1965
Article Abstract: 
Purchased by the A. L. Flagg Foundation for the Advancement of Earth Sciences, the Woolery Collection has been officially named the "A. L. Flagg Memorial Mineral Collection," housed temporarily in the Minerals Bldg., Arizona State Fairgrounds. Many colored pictures
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English
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The rockhounds are reverent

Author: 
E. Sovola
Article Date: 
June 12, 1966
Language: 
English
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The 'big show' for gem lovers

Article Date: 
February 28, 1960
Language: 
English
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Tap 'er light

Author: 
E. Phillips
Article Date: 
June 1975
Language: 
English
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Rare ores form nucleus for modern museum in Phoenix

Author: 
I. B. Smith
Article Date: 
August 29, 1954
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English
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Photographing minerals in color

Author: 
F. R. Getsinger
Article Date: 
November 1956
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English
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Phoenix gem and mineral show

Article Date: 
February 26, 1961
Language: 
English
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Petite minerals

Author: 
A. L. Flagg
Article Date: 
November 1957
Article Abstract: 
Collecting and mounting of small mineral specimens; color photographs of minerals
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English
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Mohave, turquoise capitol of world

Author: 
J. Hudson
Article Date: 
August 3, 1972
Language: 
English
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Minerals of the southwest

Author: 
Robert W. Jones
Article Date: 
May 1972
Language: 
English
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