In the spring of 1925 while at Juneau, Alaska, the writer collected in the upper part of the Granite Creek basin, several miles west of the town, several crystals forming an incrustation on the rock surface. These crystals were later determined as stellerite, and as the literature on this mineral is rather meager the occurrence was considered worthy of description.

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