The name Montville, New Jersey, is familiar to all mineralogists and collectors throughout the world as the locality for the beautiful translucent oil-green serpentine which is to be found in most collections of consequence. Published descriptions of the place from which these specimens have come are very few indeed, almost the only one being Dr. George P. Merrill's2 paper of many years ago. Although this paper gives an excellent description of the serpentine, its associations and probable origin, the article is now out of stock and not available to most persons who might be interested in visiting the locality.

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