During the summer of 1934, in the course of field studies conducted in South Park, Colorado, by Northwestern University, an interesting deposit of barite was examined. A claim had been staked in 1932 and some 15 pits of various sizes, the deepest about 10 feet, had been dug and a quantity of barite taken out. Further development work was done in the winter of 1934–1935 and a revisit to the locality the following summer permitted a fuller examination of the occurrence.

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