This Clovis point was originally part of the collection of George C. Roberts of Clovis, New Mexico. It was donated to the Denver Museum of Natural History in the 1940's. It's believed to have been found on the Blackwater Draw site. Roberts was collecting at the site during the early gravel mining operations. According to archaeologist George Agogino, Roberts collected at Clovis and nowhere else. Obsidian sourcing was done on the point in 1988 and was found to be from the Wild Horse Canyon Mineral area in southwestern Utah. The tip of the point seem to have been damaged from impact. The longest flute measures 2 inches (5.1 cm) long This point is made of Obsidian and it measures 4 inches (10.2 cm) long.