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On 04/10/05, Tom Fine wrote:
> And this again falls into my belief that many copies in many places,
> readily available so more copies in more places may be created, is the
> best preservation strategy for the long haul. This theory is nothing
> new, it's the genesis of book publishing. For a tale of what happens
> to locked archives in hard-to-access places, see Alexandria.

I am reading the letters of Peter Paul Rubens. At least a third of them
exist only as copies.

Copy and spread is the answer. 

Regards
-- 
Don Cox
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