that sounds fine.

Address  is:

Book Hunter Press
PO Box 193
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

Make sure I have the appropriate contact information for the institution
address, phone, name of contact person, and if appropriate, fax, email and 
web site

Also; if it's not in the article, what is the "official" name of the 

If I have any questions, I'll get back to you after the article arrives.


At 09:36 AM 9/7/2005, you wrote:
>You may remember me from yesterday regarding our discussion about
>the Wheeling Steel radio program, ca. 1930s-40s.  Could we just mail a
>newsletter article to you that describes the collection, from which you
>create your guide description?  If so, please send your address.
> >>> [log in to unmask] 9/6/2005 3:52:47 PM >>>
>This is a Last Call for submitting Collections with material relating
>the Golden Age of Radio (1920s-early 1960s) for a forthcoming book, "A
>Resource Guide to the Golden Age of Radio," scheduled for publication
>late fall.
>The book, designed primarily for researchers, will be the first-ever
>compilation of Special Collections with radio material and will also
>include a select bibliography and a section on Internet resources of
>interest to researchers. The index will combine the listings in all
>The book, which will  focus on the people and programing side of
>radio,  will  include both print and audio collections.
>For your convenience, there's a brief Collection Submission Form on our
>Or, you can email the information to [log in to unmask],
>call us
>at 914-245-6608.
>The deadline for receiving new listings is September 16th.
>My apologies if you see this posting on other listservs. Because radio
>encompasses many disciplines and archival material can be located in
>different types of institutions, we are reaching out as broadly as
>Thank you.
>Susan Siegel
>Book Hunter Press
>PO Box 193
>Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
>(914) 245-6608  Fax: (914) 245-2630
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