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[[University Seal]] Monash University CLAYTON VICTORIA AUSTRALIA 3168 TELEPHONE: 03 544 0811 TELEGRAMS: Monashuni Melbourne TELEX: MONLIB. 31729 DEPARTMENT OF MATERIALS ENGINEERING Chairman: Professor I. J. Polmear 21 September 1977 Dr. Roy S. Clarke Jr., Curator, Division of Meteorites, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, [[underline]]WASHINGTON[[underline]], D.C. 20560 United States of America. Dear Dr. Clarke, Thank you for your letter of September 9th, and comments on the USNM collection of IVB meteorites. I appreciate your point about the exhibit specimens of Ternera and Iquique, it would be a pity to take samples from such specimens. I agree with you that Weaver Mountains may only duplicate my results on Tawallah Valley, a better approach at this time would seem to be to examine specimens which are obviously different from those I have already investigated. It may be possible to borrow Weaver Mountains and Skookum Gulch later for a purely optical examination. With sincere thanks, Yours, [[signed]]RJago[[signed]] [[underline]]Richard A. Jago.[[underline]]
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