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February 2008 Rock and Gem magazine article

Posted by Jason Box  
Jason Box December 07, 2017 04:07PM
I am searching for an article by Steven Voynick on the Lost Trail fluorite mine/deposit. The location is in the Crestone district, Saguache county Colorado. Mindat does not have this specific local listed in this district.
W Laird Fowler December 07, 2017 05:35PM
I am one of the librarians for the Austin Gem & Mineral Society. AGMS has an extensive library which includes magazines. Rock & Gem is a magazine which AGMS has numerous/continuous volumes. I can access the library this Saturday (10th). I'll let you know if the specific month is on file.
Paul Brandes December 07, 2017 08:56PM
The issue you seek is:

Rock & Gem, Vol. 38, No. 2 (February, 2008), p. 34.
Lost Trail Fluorite: Colorado hunters bag a gem deposit
by Steve Voynick

Hopefully this helps.....
Jason Box December 08, 2017 05:53AM
Yes sir, that is the one I am looking for.
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