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From John:

Jack,

Please advise interested parties that the first 6 of my volumes are now on line and 3 more volumes will be available within the next few days:

http://www.baylor.edu/lib/poage/jfk/index.php?id=73168

John

PS...Sorry, this is only a listing of the documents available. The online access is not yet operational.

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From John:

Jack,

Please advise interested parties that the first 6 of my volumes are now on line and 3 more volumes will be available within the next few days:

http://www.baylor.edu/lib/poage/jfk/index.php?id=73168

John

PS...Sorry, this is only a listing of the documents available. The online access is not yet operational.

do you know if the written material he removed from his book manuscirpt will be made available as well?

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From John:

Jack,

Please advise interested parties that the first 6 of my volumes are now on line and 3 more volumes will be available within the next few days:

http://www.baylor.edu/lib/poage/jfk/index.php?id=73168

John

PS...Sorry, this is only a listing of the documents available. The online access is not yet operational.

do you know if the written material he removed from his book manuscirpt will be made available as well?

I suppose you mean the original H&L draft, which ran twice as long, and underwent many editings to get it

down to a thousand pages? I doubt it. What is being scanned by Baylor is all of John's original documents.

However, those documents will include MUCH research not in the final manuscript, such as the Ziger

sisters and Donald O. Norton. But I doubt that John's writings about those documents will be included.

Jack

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From John:

Jack,

Please advise interested parties that the first 6 of my volumes are now on line and 3 more volumes will be available within the next few days:

http://www.baylor.edu/lib/poage/jfk/index.php?id=73168

John

PS...Sorry, this is only a listing of the documents available. The online access is not yet operational.

do you know if the written material he removed from his book manuscirpt will be made available as well?

I suppose you mean the original H&L draft, which ran twice as long, and underwent many editings to get it

down to a thousand pages? I doubt it. What is being scanned by Baylor is all of John's original documents.

However, those documents will include MUCH research not in the final manuscript, such as the Ziger

sisters and Donald O. Norton. But I doubt that John's writings about those documents will be included.

Jack

that's too bad would love to read it all.

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From John:

Jack,

Please advise interested parties that the first 6 of my volumes are now on line and 3 more volumes will be available within the next few days:

http://www.baylor.ed...ex.php?id=73168

John

PS...Sorry, this is only a listing of the documents available. The online access is not yet operational.

do you know if the written material he removed from his book manuscirpt will be made available as well?

I suppose you mean the original H&L draft, which ran twice as long, and underwent many editings to get it

down to a thousand pages? I doubt it. What is being scanned by Baylor is all of John's original documents.

However, those documents will include MUCH research not in the final manuscript, such as the Ziger

sisters and Donald O. Norton. But I doubt that John's writings about those documents will be included.

Jack

that's too bad would love to read it all.

I'm dying to read documents pertaining to Donald O. Norton.

Kathy C

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