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Gill’s Index of G&G Articles 1934-1980 by Locality

  • Spring 1973, Rhodochrosite of Argentina, p. 141. 3pp.
  • Summer 1977. Argentine Fluorite, p. 290, 5pp.
  • Fall 1977, Rhodochrosite of Argentina, by Sinkankas, p. 342, 1p.

Australia

  • Winter 1937, The Australian Black Opal, p. 137, 2pp.
  • Winter 1946, New Australian Opal Fields, p. 364, 3pp.
  • Fall 1950, Opal Industry of Australia-Past and Present, p. 334, 8pp.
  • Winter 1950, Australian Pearl Industry Active, p. 379, 1p.
  • Fall 1951, Australian Gems (Sapphire, Beryl, Topaz, Zircon, Tourmaline, Opal), p. 83, 6pp.
  • Winter 1951, Australian Sapphire Fields Not Fully Exploited, p. 125, 5pp.
  • Fall 1956, Gems of New South Wales (Diamond, Opal, Sapphire, Ruby, Spinel, Beryl), p. 343, 7pp.
  • Fall 1959, Opal of Australia, p. 323, 11pp.
  • Winter 1959, p. 362, 9pp.
  • Winter 1961, New Data on New Deposits of Emeralds in Australia, by Gübelin, p. 251, 1p.
  • Summer 1964, The Reported Excellent Chrysoprase in Australia is Found to be Dyed Chalcedony, p. 180, 1p.
  • Fall 1964, The Reported Excellent Chrysoprase in Australia is Found to be Dyed Chalcedony, p. 216, 1p.
  • Fall 1965, Marlborough Creek Chrysoprase, p. 323, 9pp.
  • Winter 1965, The Black Opals of Lightning Ridge, p. 355, 4pp.
  • Spring 1966, p. 14, 7pp.
  • Summer 1967, The Anakie Sapphire Fields, p. 173, 7pp.
  • Fall 1967, A New Australian Emerald Source, p. 220, 4pp.
  • Spring 1970, Sapphire Cause New Mining Boom in Australia, p. 166, 4pp.
  • Fall 1971, The Story of the White Cliffs Opal Field, p. 334, 10pp.
  • Fall 1979, COOBER PEDY – The Opal Town, by J. Stone, p. 213, 4pp.
  • Fall 1979, Australia Adds Rubies to Its Mineral Riches, by Rex Scarbary, p. 220, 3pp.
  • Summer 1980, Australia Likely to Be Major Supplier of Jade, by J. Stone, p. 331, 1p.

Austria

  • Summer 1956, Emerald from Habachthal, Austria, by Gübelin, p. 295, 15pp.

Botswana

  • Spring 1971, Diamond Mining in Botswana, p. 295, 4pp.
  • Winter 1972, The Orapa Diamond Mines Open, p. 109, 2pp.

Borneo (Indonesia)

  • Winter 1954, Is Borneo Becoming an Important Diamond Source?, p. 126, 1p.
  • Fall 1960, A 33-ct. Diamond Found in Borneo, p. 93, 1p.

Burma (Myanmar)

  • Spring 1936, The Ruby Mines of Burma, p.3, 4pp.
  • Summer 1936, p. 31, 4pp.
  • Fall 1956, The Ruby Mines of Mogok, Burma, p. 335, 8pp.
  • Spring 1957, Gem Mining in Burma, by Ehrmann, p. 3, 28pp.
  • Winter 1964, Maw-Sit-Sit, A New Decorative Gem from Burma, by Gübelin, p. 227, 13pp.
  • Spring 1967, World’s Largest Star Sapphire (63,000 cts  or 27.78 Ib) Found in Burma (pictured), p. 158, 1p.

Brazil

  • Winter 1942, Notes on Some Brazilian Diamonds, p. 55, 3pp.
  • Summer 1947, Brazilian Gem Production (Sources, Heat Treatment, Rare Gems), p. 436, 4pp.
  • Winter 1947, Brazilianite of Brazil, by Swoboda, p. 494, 2pp.
  • Winter 1949, Diamond Mining in Brazil, by Draper, p. 231, 12pp.
  • Summer 1950, Origin and Sources of Diamonds in Brazil, by Draper, p. 298, 9pp.
  • Fall 1950, Brazilian Heated “Green” Quartz From Montezuma, p. 346, 1p.
  • Winter 1950, Gems of Brazil (Largest Diamonds Listed), by Draper, p. 369, 7pp.
  • Summer 1951, The Diamond Mines of Diamantina, Past and Present, by Draper, p. 49, 9pp.
  • Fall 1951, p. 89, 10pp.
  • Winter 1955, The Gems of Minas Gerais, Brazil, by Slawson, p. 227, 5pp.
  • Fall 1961, The Gems of Brazil, p. 195, 7pp.
  • Winter 1961, Brazilian Pegmatite Emerald, (Showing Absorption Spectrum), p. 244, 1p.
  • Spring 1963, Diamond Mining in Brazil, by Draper, p. 12, 6pp.
  • Summer 1963, p. 45, 5pp.
  • Winter 1963, A New Source of Emeralds in Brazil, by Draper, p. Ill, 5pp.
  • Winter 1964, Brazilian Gem Aquamarines, (A 15.4 lb. Aquamarine, and a 74.65 lb. Aquamarine Named Marta Rocha), p. 239, 3pp.
  • Winter 1964, Chromeless Emeralds From Brazil Called Emeralds by the GIA, p. 244, 1p.
  • Summer 1966, Two New Sources of Sphene Found in Brazil, p. 61, 2pp.
  • Winter 1967, Diamonds in Brazil, p. 226, 4pp.
  • Winter 1967, First Brazilian Diamond Dredge, p. 239, 3pp.
  • Spring 1973, Maxixe-Type Blue and Green Beryl, by Nassau, p. 130, 4pp.
  • Fall 1976, Inclusions in Brazilian Andalusite, p. 201, 2pp.
  • Fall 1977, Diamonds and Other Gems of Brazil, p. 338, 5pp.

Cambodia

  • Spring 1938, The Westward Course of Zircon, p. 147, 2pp.
  • Summer 1938, p. 173, 1p.

Canada

  • Winter 1948, Diamond Find in Canada Doubtful, p. 123, 1p.
  • Fall 1950, Diamond Find in Quebec?, p. 354, 1p.
  • Summer 1951, The Ungava Crater, Quebec (No Diamonds), p. 79, 1p.
  • Fall 1968, Catalog of Diamonds Found in Ontario, p. 333, 1p.

China

  • Fall 1948, Jade and Ornamental Stone Carving in China, p. 82, 5pp.
  • Spring 1976, Jade, China’s Contribution to Fine Art, by A. Alexander, p. 145, 8pp.

Colombia

  • Nov-Dec. 1934, Emerald Mining in Colombia, p. 149, 6pp.
  • Summer 1940, Difference Between Colombian & Russian Emeralds, by Gübelin, p. 89, 4pp.
  • Spring 1941, The Emerald Mines of Muzo, Colombia, p. 130, 5pp.
  • Spring 1948, Recent Emerald Production of Colombia, p. 25, 2pp.
  • Summer 1950, Emerald Mine Report from Colombia, p. 316, 1p.
  • Winter 1950, Report on Chivor Emerald Mines, p. 376, 3pp.
  • Fall 1955, The New Gachala Emerald Mine, p. 195, 2pp.
  • Summer 1957, Diamond Possibilities in Colombia, p. 63, 1p.
  • Spring 1961, A New Emerald Find Near Borur, Colombia, p. 142, 2pp.
  • Fall 1964, Trapiche Emeralds from Colombia, p. 210, 5pp.
  • Fall 1972, Muzo Emerald Mine, p. 77, 5pp.
  • Fall 1977, Colombian Emeralds, by Sinkankas, p. 334, 4pp.

Germany

  • Summer 1949, Gemology in Idar-Oberstein, p. 191, 3pp.
  • Fall 1953, A Visit to Idar-Oberstein, by Foshag, p. 339, 4pp. (plus several old plates)
  • Spring 1959, Idar-Oberstein Today, p. 259, 5pp.
  • Spring 1970, A Diamond and Precious Stone Stock Exchange Planned in Idar-Oberstein, p. 166, 1p.
  • Winter 1978, Blue Gem Hauyne (From the Eifel Mountains in Germany), p. 123, 1p.

India

  • Mar-April 1935, Retailing Gems in India, p. 216, 2pp.
  • Spring 1938, The Bombay Pearl Market, p. 159, 2pp.
  • Winter 1937, Kashmir Sapphire Production, 1934-1935, p. 130, 1p.
  • Winter 1943, Notes on Diamond Mines of India, p. 115, 2pp.
  • Spring 1951, Data on Indian Emeralds, by Gübelin, p. 13, 10pp.
  • Summer 1950, Indian Diamond Pipe Described, p. 315, 1p.
  • Summer 1950, Emeralds Mined in India, p. 321, 1p.
  • Fall 1950, Indian Emeralds, by Webster, p. 344, 2pp.
  • Fall 1958, A Study of Style and Fashion in Indian jewelry, p. 204, 17pp.

Iran

  • Summer 1948, Pearl Fishing in the Persian Gulf, by Alexander p. 38, 4pp.
  • Spring 1966, The Ancient Turquoise Mines of Iran, by Gübelin, p. 3, 11pp.
  • Summer 1977, The Turquoise Mines of Iran, p. 315, 5pp., large bibliography

Kenya

  • Summer 1974, Green Grossularite Garnets (“Tsavorites”) of Kenya and Tanzania, p. 290, 6pp.
  • Summer 1974, Composition of Tsavorite Garnets From Kenya and Tanzania, p. 296, 2pp.
  • Fall 1974, A first Look at Rubies from Kenya, p. 334, 3pp.
  • Winter 1978, Transparent Bluish-Green Kornerupine from East Africa (Kenya and Tanzania), by Dr. Karl Schmetzer, etc., p. 118, 3pp.
  • Fall 1979, Unusual Gem Garnets from East Africa, p. 218, 2pp.

Madagascar

  • Winter 1950, Garnet Production of Madagascar, p. 378, 2pp.
  • Summer 1954, Inclusions Seen in a Madagascan Yellow Beryl, by Webster, p. 60, 3pp.
  • Fall 1976, Madagascar Hambergite, by Dunn, p. 199, 2pp.

Mexico

  • Summer 1943, The Pearls of Lower California, p. 93, 2pp.
  • Fall 1947, Mexican Black Opal, p. 475, 2pp.
  • Spring 1952, Jade in Mexico, p. 147, 5pp.
  • Fall 1952, 1,000-Year-Old Pearl Found in Yucatan Excavation, p. 227, 1p.
  • Spring 1953, Mexican Opal, by Foshag, p. 278, 5pp.
  • Summer 1953, Gems of Ancient Mexico, p. 291, 12pp.
  • Spring 1970, Stained Black Opal From Mexico, p. 249, 3pp.

Mozambique

  • Summer 1972, New Emerald Find from Marua District, p. 52, 2pp.

Nigeria

  • Summer 1956, Nigerian Topaz, by Webster, p. 291, 4pp.

Norway

  • Fall 1970, Alexandrite Garnet from Norway, p. 229, 1p.

Pakistan

  • Summer 1964, The Pink Pearls of Pakistan, p. 175, 6pp.
  • Spring 1972, Transparent Green Diopside From Pakistan, p. 20, 1p.

South Africa

  • Jan-Feb. 1935, Reminiscence of a South African Diamond Buyer in 1921, p. 184, 4pp.
  • March-April, 1935, p. 230, 2pp.
  • May-June 1935, p. 251, 3pp.
  • March-April, 1935, New Activity at the South African Diamond Mines, p. 217, 1p.
  • Spring 1938, South African Emeralds, p. 146, 1p.
  • Fall 1948, South Africa Issues a Birthstone List, p. 94, 1p.
  • Fall 1950, The Diamond Research Lab Established in South Africa, p. 327, 7pp.
  • Summer 1963, Massive Grossularite Garnet of South Africa, by Webster, p. 35, 4pp.
  • Winter 1963, The New Finsham Diamond Mine in South Africa (Its Discovery), p. 107, 5pp.
  • Summer 1966, Hydrogrossularite Garnet From the Transvaal, p.49, 9pp.
  • Fall 1966, p. 74, 4pp.
  • Winter 1970, The Koffyfontein Diamond Mine Reopens, p. 266, 2pp.

Sri Lanka

  • Winter 1939, Gemming in Ceylon, p. 51, 2pp.
  • Fall 1962, The Largest Sapphire Found in Ceylon (2 1klbs.), p. 351, 1p.

Tanzania

  • Summer 1951, Report on Diamond Mining in Tanganyika, p. 76, 1p.
  • Fall 1961, Corundum in Tanganyika, by Webster, p. 202, 4pp.
  • Fall 1962, Sapphire and Ruby from Tanganyika, p. 340, 1p.
  • Winter 1967, Chrome Tourmaline from Tanzania, p. 242, 3pp.
  • Spring 1969, Tanzanian Garnets (Also a Note on Tourmaline), p. 15, 2pp.
  • Spring 1970, Alexandrite-Like Garnet from Tanzania, p. 162, 1p.
  • Summer 1970, A Rare Alexandrite Garnet from Tanzania, p. 174, 4pp.
  • Fall 1970, New Transparent, Colorless Grossularite from Tanzania, p. 227, 3pp.
  • Winter 1972, Umba River Corundum (Ruby or Pink Sapphire? Padparadscha?), p. 104, 2pp.
  • Spring 1973, Umba River Corundum (Ruby or Pink Sapphire?), p. 149, 2pp.
  • Summer 1974, Green Grossularite Garnet “Tsavorites” from Tanzania and Kenya, p. 290, 6pp.
  • Summer 1974, Composition of Grossularite Garnet “Tsavorites” from Tanzania and Kenya, p. 296, 2pp.
  • Fall 1976, Alexandrite from Lake Manyara, by Gübelin, p. 203, l pp., with bibliography
  • Fall 1976, African Alexandrite?, p. 211, 3pp.
  • Winter 1978, Transparent Bluish-Green Kornerupine from East Africa (Kenya and Tanzania), by Dr. Karl Schmetzer, etc., p. 118, 3pp.
  • Winter 1978, Bluish-Green Zoisite from Merelani, Tanzania, by Dr. Karl Schmetzer and Prof. Dr. Hermann Bank, p. 121, 2pp.
  • Winter 1978, Blue to Red Colour Changing Garnet from East Africa, p. 122, 2pp.
  • Summer 1979, Colorless and Green Grossularite from Tanzania, by Pieter Muije, p. 163, 11pp.
  • Fall 1979, Unusual Gem Garnets from East Africa, p. 218, 2pp.
  • Winter 1979, Bluish-green Zoisite from Merelani, Tanzania, p. 121, 2pp.

Thailand

  • -Dec. 1935, Heat Treatment of Siamese Zircons, p. 341, 4pp.
  • Fall 1936, Spectrochemical Analysis of Siamese Zircons, p. 55, 3pp.

USA

  • Spring 1939, Gems of the South Atlantic States, p. 9, 2pp.
  • Summer 1939, p. 27, 2pp.
  • Winter 1941, The Mining of Gems by American Indians, by Ball, p. 178, 4pp.
  • Spring 1947, Gemology in North America, by Kraus, p. 383, 7pp.
  • Fall 1977, List of Official State Gems, p. 352, 1p.

Arizona

  • Fall 1972, Opal With Play-of-Colors Found in Arizona, p. 91, 1p.
  • Spring 1979, Fire Agates of Deer Creek, Arizona, by James L. Sweaney, p. 130, 13pp.

Arkansas

  • Fall 1940, Arkansas Diamond Field, p. 109, 4pp.
  • Fall 1941, Arkansas Diamond Mine Changes Hands, p. 168, 1p.
  • Spring 1943, Arkansas Diamond Mine, p. 72, 1p.
  • Winter 1949, Arkansas Diamond Field, p. 257, 1p.
  • Winter 1957, Diamond Mining in Arkansas, (Historical and Recent). p. 355, 8pp.
  • Summer 1959, Diamond Digging in Arkansas, p. 318, 1p.
  • Fall 1959, A 3.65 ct. Diamond from Arkansas, p. 343, 1p.
  • Spring 1960, A 6.45 ct. Diamond from Arkansas, by Harold Branch, p. 7, 3pp.
  • Winter 1961, A .83 ct. Diamond from Arkansas, p. 245, 2pp.
  • Fall 1977, Diamond, 4.23 cts. Found, p. 349, 1p.

California

  • Mar-Apr. 1935, Gem Mining in San Diego County, p. 218, 2pp.
  • Summer 1946, Gems in San Diego County, p. 331, 1p.
  • Summer 1947, Survey of Southern California Gems, p. 427, 1p.
  • Winter 1947, Gem Mines Reopened Near San Diego, p. 495, 1p.
  • Summer 1948, Gem Deposits of Southern California, p. 6, 6pp.
  • Spring 1950, Jadeite and Nephrite Found in California, p. 289, 1p.
  • Fall 1956, Jadeite From San Benito County, CA, p. 331, 4pp.
  • Winter 1957, Recent Gem Mining at Ramona, San Diego County, CA, by Sinkankas, p. 367, 7pp.
  • Fall 1957, Recent Gem Mining at Pala, San Diego County, CA, by Sinkankas, p. 80, 9pp.
  • Summer 1958, Historic Himalaya Tourmaline Mine Reopened, p. 163, l1pp.
  • Winter 1968, Common Gems of San Diego County, CA. , p. 358, 14pp. (See also Spring 1969, p. 40, 1p.)

Colorado

  • Fall 1939, Gems of Colorado, by Pearl, p. 39, 2pp.
  • Winter 1939, p. 59, 2pp.
  • Summer 1941, Colorado Lapis Lazuli, p. 154, 3pp.
  • Summer 1973, Gem Barite from Colorado, p. 183, 2pp.
  • Fall 1974, Inclusions of Albite and Phenakite in Gem Topaz From the Tarryall Mts., Colorado, p. 337, 3pp.

Hawaii

  • Summer 1938, Hawaiian Peridot, p. 162, 1p.
  • Fall 1959, Black Coral of Hawaii, p. 337, 1p.
  • Fall 1960, Black Coral of Hawaii, p. 72, 3pp

Illinois

  • Fall 1960, A 48.12 Grain Pearl Found in Illinois in 1960, p. 67, 2pp.
  • Summer 1968, Catalog of Diamonds Found in Indiana, p. 302, 1p.

Indiana

  • Winter 1949, Another Rough Diamond Found in Indiana, p. 249, 2pp.
  • Summer 1968, Catalog of Diamonds Found in Indiana, p. 298, 3pp.

Louisiana

  • Winter 1969, An 18.20 ct. Diamond Found in Louisiana, the Mounce Diamond, p. 134, 1p.
  • Fall 1976, Opalescent Sandstone from Louisiana, p. 201, 1p.

Maine

  • Spring 1955, Recent Discovery of Fine Gem Tourmaline in Maine, p. 131, 6pp.
  • Summer 1966, A Fine Blue-Green Tourmaline from Mt. Mica, Me., p. 43, 2pp. (See also Fall 1966, p. 70, 2pp.)
  • Spring 1975, New Find of Gem Tourmaline from Newry Mt., Maine, p. 19, 6pp.

Michigan

  • Summer 1968, Catalog of Diamonds Found in Michigan, p. 302, 1p.

Montana

  • Fall 1956, The Yogo Sapphire Mine, Montana, p. 323, 8pp.
  • Fall 1965, A 10 ct. Montana Sapphire, p. 331, 2pp.
  • Spring 1975, A 12.54 ct. Montana Sapphire, Largest Reported, p. 27, 1p.
  • Fall 1976, Inclusions in Sapphires from Yogo Gulch, p. 200, 1p.

New Hampshire

  • Fall 1976, Green Fluorite from New Hampshire, p. 200, 2pp.

New York

  • Fall 1968, A Listing of Diamonds Found in New York, p. 333, 1p.

North Carolina

  • Summer 1968, Peridot Found in North Carolina, p. 311, 2pp.
  • Winter 1970, North Carolina Emerald, p. 251, 3pp.
  • Summer 1972, Unusual quartz Inclusions in Emeralds from North Carolina, p. 34, 4pp

Ohio

  • Summer 1968, List of Diamonds Found in Ohio, p. 302, 1p.
  • Fall 1968, p. 333, 1p.

Oregon

  • Summer 1976, A Pleochroic Gem Labradorite from Lake County, Oregon, p. 163, 6pp.

Wisconsin

  • Spring 1953, History of Diamonds in Wisconsin, p. 284, 2pp.
  • Fall 1961, Wisconsin Diamonds (15.37 ct. Eagle Diamond; 6.57 ct. Saukville Diamond; 3.87 ct. Oregon Diamond; 2.11 ct. Burlington Diamond), p. 210, 6pp.
  • Summer 1968, Catalog of Diamonds Found in Wisconsin, p. 300, 3pp.

Wyoming

  • Fall 1944, Nephrite fFund in Lander, Wyoming, in 1936, p. 170, 1p. (See also Fall 1946, p. 348, 1p.)

USSR – former

  • Summer 1940, Differences between Colombian and Russian Emerald Inclusions, Gübelin, p. 89, 4pp.
  • Winter 1944, Russian Diamond Production, p. 184, 1p.
  • Summer 1945, Nineteen New Diamond Deposits Found in the Urals, p. 233, 1p.
  • Winter 1946, Jewels of the Russian Diamond Fund, by A. Fersman, p. 363, 6pp.
  • Spring 1947, p.403, 3pp.
  • Summer 1947, p. 332, 3pp.
  • Fall 1947, p. 367, 4pp.
  • Winter 1959, De Beers, Exclusive Agent for Russian Diamonds, p. 373, 1p.
  • Fall 1965, The Siberian Diamond Deposits, p. 342, 9pp.
  • Winter 1965, p. 377, 3pp.
  • Spring 1968, Jewels of the Russian Diamond Fund, p. 272, 5pp.
  • Summer 1969, Russian Emeralds – Inclusions, p. 63, 2pp.
  • Winter 1970, The Russian Diamond Industry, by Liddicoat, p.259, 7pp.
  • Spring 1971, Russian Diamonds, p. 285, 2pp.
  • Fall 1973, A 232 cts. Diamond, Largest from Russia, p. 221, 1p.

Venezuela

  • Winter 1967, Diamond in Venezuela, p. 226, l1pp.
  • Fall 1977, Diamond in Venezuela, p. 337, 2pp.

Zimbabwe

  • Fall 1958, The New Emeralds from Sandawana, by Gübelin, p. 195, 9pp.
  • Fall 1958, Sandawana Emeralds, Some Commercial Aspects, p. 221, 3pp.
  • Winter 1978, Sapphire-Blue Euclase, A New Collector’s Gem (from Miami in Rhodesia), by E. J. Gübelin, p. 104, 6 pp.