|Date in 1951
||Activities of George Langford, Sr. [in the handwriting of George Langford, Jr. transcribed from GL, Sr.'s notes].|
to the strip mines with [Dr. Robert H.] Whitfield and his son
Jon. But the heaps were so muddy, and the air so cold, we did not
do well or get much.
the strip mines with S.H.L. [Sydne Holmes Langford]. We found
the [John] McClucki's and stopped at their house. They loaned me
some [new] fossils to write up. Weather perfect. I spent
about one-and-one-half hours on the southeast side of Pig Pen [Locality
3] but got nothing of consequence.
with the [Dr. & Mrs. Robert H.] Whitfields. Worked a
little on the 26th, but the intermittent showers drove us out [of Locality
3]. We called on Peter Enrietta and John McClucki in Coal
City. It rained all night and continued in the morning of the
27th, so we left for home about 10:00AM.
Langford] and I drove down to the Pig Pen, southeast side [Locality
3] where I worked for four hours. Weather clear but hot
in the gullies. We called on the George Langford, Jr.'s on the
Langford] and I drove to Pig Pen, southeast side [Locality
3] and I got one pail full. Weather fine, but I got
pretty hot in the gullies. She [S.H.L.] made two good pastels.
the mines with [Dr. and Mrs. Robert H.] Whitfield and collected on
the northwest [Locality
4] and southeast [Locality
3] parts of "Goldblatt's" [name of the farmer at the Pig Pen
sites]. Weather fine. Stayed at the Manor Hotel.
to the strip mines with Sydne [Holmes Langford]. While she
fixed up our car, I went on northeast side of Goldblatt's [Locality
4] and got one-and-one-half pails full of fossils.
[unsigned, but in the handwriting of] George Langford, Jr.