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Title Kaolin and Halloysite Exhibit
Date September 19, 1955
Description An exhibit on Kaolin (a clay formed when feldspar decomposes) and Halloysite (a clay similar to Kaolin but different in both water content and crystalline structure) at the Museum of North Carolina Minerals at the Blue Ridge National Heritage Center. Taken by Leslie P. Arnberger on September 19, 1955.
Location Location Name: Museum of North Carolina Minerals
Parkway Milepost: 331.0
Latitude: 35.853343
Longitude: -82.051997
Creator Individual Leslie P. Arnberger
Tags Exhibitions
Geology
Gillespie Gap (N.C.)
Museum of North Carolina Minerals (N.C.)
Museums
Photographs
Credit Courtesy National Park Service, Blue Ridge Parkway