On 29 May 2021, I posted a biography of Milton Thomas Culbert,
"one of the cleverest men that the Canadian mining industry has ever known." Click here if you missed it.
|Milton Thomas Culbert (1880-1911)|
Since then, I've been in touch with the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Katherine Dunnell, a Minerology & Geology Technician at the ROM, informs me that the Royal Ontario Museum has 49 mineral samples from the collection of Milton Thomas Culbert.
Two of those samples are on display at the Royal Ontario Museum.
You can see these two mineral samples for yourself at the Royal Ontario Museum in the Teck Suite of Galleries: Earth's Treasures in their Department of Natural History: Minerals & Gems on Level 2.
The ROM is temporarily closed because of the pandemic but when it is safe to do so, they will reopen.
Katherine Dunnell sent me the full list of mineral samples donated by Milton Thomas Culbert. Click on the lists to enlarge them...
If you go:
Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queen's Park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone: (416) 586-8000