Letter from Oscar Monnig to Edward P. Henderson (September 22, 1961) and Attached News Paper ClippingShow full item record
|Letter from Oscar Monnig to Edward P. Henderson (September 22, 1961) and Attached News Paper Clipping
|Letter from Oscar Monnig to Dr. Edward P. Henderson (of the U.S. National Museum, Division of Mineralogy and Petrology) letting him know that the specimens he was asking about were in Bonham, Texas, though they might have been found at a nearby farm by the name of Brannun or Branham which might have caused name confusion. States that he has not yet looked at the specimens of Walter White but that given when he has heard about them he is not convinced that they are in fact meteoritic specimens at all. Finally, apologizes that he would prefer not to accept the help of the U.S. National Museum or Smithsonian Astrophysical. Also includes a newspaper clipping of an article about Monnig's search for the meteor crater.
Henderson, Edward P.
United States National Museum
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
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