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At 10:52 PM 03-09-2010 -0500, Steven C. Barr wrote:
>----- Original Message ----- From: "Doug Henkle" <[log in to unmask]>
>>     Sleeve: the heavy weight paper envelope sealed on three sides used 
>> to protect 78, LP and 45 recordings.
>Also called a "jacket" for LP's...!

Hi Steven,

      There I beg to differ.  Although they are both sealed on three sides, 
a "jacket" is made out of unbendable cardboard, and a "sleeve" is made out 
of easily bendable paper or plastic which fits into a jacket, or a jacket 
fits inside a 12-3/4" square poly sleeve. Bags Unlimited lists jackets and 
sleeves as different on their "Audio: 33-1/3 LP Record Supplies" page, and 
their 45 and 78 pages also.

      I would give you the exact Bags Unlimited URL, but I can't.  With 
Eudora up composing this message, clicking on the "Jackets" icon on their 
"33-1/3 LP Record Supples" page took my "Resource Meter: System resources" 
to "0% free", and hung Win98, three times in a row.  Click "Audio" on their 
home page.

http://www.bagsunlimited.com/
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