In 1894, Mr. F. T. Millis of Lehi, Utah, sent to the United States National Museum a nodule about seven inches across that was made up mostly of a yellow material in which are embedded several small nodules of green variscite. The green variscite and yellow mineral are separated by a narrow layer of a white powdery material. R. I. Packard2 made partial analysis of all three of the materials.

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