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Thanks to Rex Bradford of the Mary Ferrell Foundation, all the back issues of the Dealey Plaza Echo are now available online.

http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/...o?docSetId=1099

You can now read all the issues from July 1996 to March 2006.

Hard copies are only available to members of Dealey Plaza UK.

See www.dealeyplazauk.co.uk for membership details.

Contact info in the earlier additions may not be up to date. See DPUK website for further infomation.

Barry Keane

Secretary

Dealey Plaza UK

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Thanks to Rex Bradford of the Mary Ferrell Foundation, all the back issues of the Dealey Plaza Echo are now available online.

http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/...o?docSetId=1099

You can now read all the issues from July 1996 to March 2006.

Hard copies are only available to members of Dealey Plaza UK.

See www.dealeyplazauk.co.uk for membership details.

Contact info in the earlier additions may not be up to date. See DPUK website for further infomation.

Barry Keane

Secretary

Dealey Plaza UK

That's great news! Thanks for the link Barry.It will be great to read all the back issues of the journal I don't have from before I joined.

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Wait a minute Barry,

I thought Rex Bradford has his own web site : history_matters?

And Mary Ferrell's legacy is kept up by others?

Please correct me if I am wrong.

Bill Kelly

bkjfk3@yahoo.com

Bill, Rex Bradford is indeed primarily associated with historymatters.com, but, is also according to this page from maryferrell.org, senior analyst and archivist at maryferrell.org.

See: http://www.maryferrell.org/wiki/index.php/About_MFF

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Thanks Barry and Robert,

At least they have someone who knows what they're doing over there.

Since Mary Ferrell Inc. has never responded to my inquiries, I'll ask Rex what ever became of Mary's Chronology, which I believe was started by another person and taken over by Mary.

Besides her name and subject file, the Chronology was one of the most important research tools she made available.

BK

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