In 1933 the writer collected a suite of specimens from the Kisseyenew gneiss at the Sheritt-Gordon mine at Sherridon, Manitoba. Good specimens were available at this time as there had been recent extensive development both on the surface and underground, which produced fresh outcrops along roadways, and the mine dumps contained freshly broken material.

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