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BULLETIN 6 VOLUME 1 JUNE, 1925
Some six or eight years ago the writer contemplated a study of Nebraska fulgurites, both in the field and in the laboratory. In the meantime however, it proves to be superfluous for, after supplying Mr. A. E. Anderson, of the American Museum of Natural History, with certain material and data he proceeded in a masterful way on a technical inquiry, and it is with pleasure that, although delayed in publication, his findings follow in Bulletin 7 of the Nebraska State Museum. The present paper will deal as briefly as possible with the mode of occurrence and gross structure.