Joplin, Missouri, is so famous as a source of fine mineral specimens that practically all introduction may be dispensed with. This article will be devoted to telling something about the writers’ experiences during brief visits in 1917, for the benefit of other collectors who may be planning a trip to that district. It may be stated at the outset that unless at least two full days can be spent there the trip is likely to be a disappointment, and, indeed, a week would not be too much to allow if any extensive collecting is anticipated.

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