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MAG (inactive) BS: Mudcat librarians (46) RE: BS: Mudcat librarians 29 Sep 00

right, college of the Atlantic. Now I know I've become a Westerner.

Chocolate Pi, my auntie Francis Carptener-Carter lived in waterville. she's been gone for awhile. Quite an interesting person. If you know any Gilpatricks (or Carpenters, or Bubers, for that matter) they're probably kin.

I used to send my discards to the Children's Literature Archives at U. WA. Most states have some such facility, so that there will be a "last copy" somewhere. Unfortunately our courier went bust and I have no way to get the books there (short of U.S. mail, which isn't approved). A real shame, since older long unweeded libraries like mine have the stuff an archive really needs. I buy the gems I really can't bear to see go into the land fill, and, yes, my den is very -- denlike.

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