In an article in the November 1935 issue of this Journal the writer reported that he had found only one other analysis of thulite (from Norway).1 He has recently discovered an analysis, made by L. G. Eakins,2 of material recorded not as thulite but as “rose-red zoisite,” from James’s mica mine, Yancey County, North Carolina. The specific gravity of the North Carolina material is much higher than the average (North Carolina 3.352; Connecticut 3.19; New Mexico 3.15; Norway 3.124).

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