Hey, this guy might post them online, which would be the greatest public reach they'd have:
So try and scan them before you donate them. I could see them going into some museum or library and
never seeing the light of day again until they get pitched into a dumpster. I'd be happy to scan
-- Tom Fine
----- Original Message -----
From: "Roger and Allison Kulp" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Saturday, February 17, 2007 5:56 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Fwd: [ARSCLIST] Unique piece of phonographic/TV history.
> This might be the first place I try.
> Tim Stoffel <[log in to unmask]> wrote: On Sat, 2007-02-17 at 09:48 -0500, Richard L. Hess wrote:
>> Roger, I am forwarding this to Tim Stoffel as he collects old VTRs
>> and other things. He is constantly spending more than he makes on his
>> collection, so it would be great if you could give them to him if he
>> wants them. He's in Reno, NV.
>> >There is a guy who comes to sell at the flea market I frequent.He
>> >travels all over a four state area,buying stuff from storage
>> >vaults,and estate leftovers.I only got records from him once,and
>> >then some choice Calypso,and early 60s R&B Lps,but I usually get
>> >nice antiques cheaply,that I make decent money on eBay with.One day
>> >last summer,he had a pile of old photos.
> These photos more properly belong in a manistrream electronic
> communication museum. Examples would be the Antique Wireless Association
> in West Bloomfield, NY, the Pavek museum, etc. There is a small museum
> of phonographs in close to me in Virginia City, NV, as well as a small
> electronic communication museum.
> My collection is more equipment you would find in a broadcast station
> setting. Although I do have a few consumer pieces in my collection, it
> is mostly examples of significant new technology, such as early VCR's,
> Tim Stoffel
> "If you're not on somebody's watchlist,you're not doing your job"
> Dave Von Kleist
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