Juan H. Wright, Analytical Chemist

Notes, Primary Sources, Thesis Research

E. H. S. Bailey, “Vol VII. Special Report on Mineral Waters,” in The University Geological Survey of Kansas (Topeka: W. Y. Morgan, 1902).

Analysis of Arlington Springs, KS, no. 1-3, divided into ions and hypothetically combined (277-279)

Analysis of Wetmore mineral springs, KS, divided into ions and hypothetically combined (300)

Chapter VI: Methods of Analysis, of Calculation, and of Stating Results – discusses how tests should be run, but it appears that some analyses “are by other chemists than those of the survey.” So we don’t get a sense of how Wright may have conducted his, although it points to his being pretty progressive by breaking it down between ions and hypothetical combinations.

Mineral springs survey texts, USGS

Notes, Thesis Research

Albert C. Peale, “Mineral Waters,” in Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States Calendar Year 1885 (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1886).

Mentions ES in AR section

Albert C. Peale, List and Analyses of the Mineral Springs of the United States,” in Department of the Interior, Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey no. 32 (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1886).

Arkansas’ Entry (1, 2)

Basin Spring Analysis

Albert C. Peale, “Natural Mineral Waters of the United States in Part II. Accompanying Papers, of The Fourteenth Annual Report of the Director of the United States Geological Survey in J. W. Powell, dir., The Fourtheenth Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, 1892-’93 (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1894).

List of American Mineral Spring Resorts, under Arkansas

David T. Day, “Part IV. Mineral Resources of the United States, 1894, Non-Metallic Products,” Sixteenth Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, 1894-95 (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1895).

Mineral waters, List of Commercial Springs, under Arkansas

James K. Crook, The Mineral Waters of the United States and their Therapeutic Uses with an Account of the Various Mineral Spring Localities, their Advantages as Health Resorts, Means of Access, Etc. (New York & Philadelphia: Lea & Brothers Co., 1899).

Eureka Springs’s Entry (1, 2)

Analysis of Crescent, Dairy, Basin, Magnetic Springs & climactic chart by Dr. John D. Jordan