Clay Investigations in the Southern States, 1934-35

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SeriesU.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 901
ContributionsLang, W.B., King, P.B., Bramlette, M.N., Mcvay, T.N., Bay, H.X., Munyan, A.C.
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