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Thanks, Bob. I will apply what little mathematical skill I have to
converting this to how many feet an anticipated influx of 300 discs
produced between more or less the beginning and end of the LP era will
occupy.

Also, thanks to you, I now have a head start if I ever get into the pyramid
construction game.

Peter

On Sat, Nov 8, 2014 at 12:59 PM, B George <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi Peter - We use a cubit, which is roughly 17-1/2”, which is the distance
> from the tip of your finger to your elbow, which is the length of a
> standard book box, which is approx 120 LPs, depending on older (thicker),
> 1970s (usually gatefold sleeves), newer (thinner) and if there are dance
> singles mixed in.
> b. ARChive of Contemporary Music