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July 16. [[left margin]] 68-15 [[/left margin]] Spent entire day east of Adair at locality in NE 1/4 7- 22N-20E, 3 1/2 miles E and 2 1/4 miles south of Adair, Mayes County. Here a low hill has washes on the east side. Dark shale about 5' thick is followed by a foot or two of limestone Above the ls. is more shale, 5 or 6' followed by another limestone. The top limestone abounds in [[underline]] cluflatia [[/underline]] Collecting was just as good this day as when I was here with Bob Main in 1955. July 17 [[left margin]] 68-16 [[/left margin]] MacCurda locality- Some uncertainty exists as to the exact locality because the road and Salina Creek are in the wrong position The road is actually north of the Creek which Puts The locality in the SW 1/4 SE 1/4 11-21N-21E not in section 12 as MacCurda gives it. The best description of the location is on Salina-Kenwood Road, 2.3 miles west of Kenwood, Salina Twp., Mayes County, Oklahoma.
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