C. W. Tomlinson has courteously forwarded to me a 57-page manuscript composed of his notes and discussions resulting from last summer’s structural field conference in the Yellowstone-Bighorn region, and he also writes me that he has used this manuscript material as the basis for lectures before several of the Mid-Continent geological societies. Many others have therefore heard his ideas and interpretations—which I find particularly interesting, not only because of the questions he has raised and the suggestions he has offered, but also because of the direct indications his paper gives as to the uses and limitations of the field conference...

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