Colin Osborne Hutton died on December 13, 1971, at Stanford University Hospital following a short illness. With his untimely passing the Department of Geology at Stanford University, and the Mineralogical profession, lost a valued and respected scholar and colleague. His love and knowledge of the mineral kingdom had been communicated to a large number of students and colleagues both at Stanford and in New Zealand. His interest in, and knowledge of, minerals was not limited to minerals as isolated entities, but was focused on the use of detailed mineralogical information in the resolution of broader geologic and petrologic problems.

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