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dc.date.issued1936-08-23
dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.tcu.edu/handle/116099117/61952
dc.descriptionArticle clipped from the August 23, 1936 issue of The Guthrie Daily Leader (of Guthrie, Oklahoma) reporting that Robert Brown (Original Member of the Texas Observers) has acquired his first specimen of the Crescent meteorite after encountering a young boy who had stumbled across it while out rabbit hunting. Expresses Brown's plans to continue seeking the main mass, as well as his assertion that meteorites have little monetary value outside of their scientific value.
dc.relationOscar Monnig Papers (MS 124)
dc.rightsPrior written permission from TCU Special Collections required to use any document or photograph.
dc.sourceSeries III, Box 05, Crescent, Okla., 1936-1972 folder
dc.subjectMeteorite
dc.subjectCrescent meteorite
dc.subjectLogan County (Okla.)
dc.subjectCM2 carbonaceous chondrite
dc.subjectBrown, Robert
dc.subjectJohnson, Ed
dc.subjectMrs. Johnson, Ed
dc.subjectJohnson, Eddie Gene
dc.subjectGuthrie Daily Leader
dc.subjectMathis, Bailey
dc.titleMeteor Fragment Found By Youth Near Crescent - Amateur Astronomer Announces Discovery-Scientific Value
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