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Re: tc-list Munster and others

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  • Klaus Wachtel
    ... The policy is not to copy microfilms for use outside of the institute. The reasons have all been mentioned before, above all restrictions by the owners
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 27, 1999
      "Maurice A. Robinson" wrote:

      > On Wed, 22 Sep 1999 14:55:08 PST "Vinton A. Dearing"
      > <dearing@...> writes:
      >
      > >The staff at Munster arranged for a local film shop to make copies of
      > >their films when they were not restricted by the holders of the
      > >original manuscripts.
      >
      > Does this policy still hold? It had not been mentioned to me while there,
      > but if so, this would go a long way to help scholars who might require
      > copies of MSS which are otherwise freely available (cost of duplication
      > and mailing would still be a factor, of course). My understanding was
      > that, as a general policy, no copies of any films were being made,
      > regardless of restriction, but what Dr Dearing mentions would seem a more
      > proper course, at least in regard to those films which have no
      > restrictions attached (I would assume that there would be some list which
      > clearly identifies files as being with or without restriction regarding
      > duplication).
      >
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      The 'policy' is not to copy microfilms for use outside of the institute. The
      reasons have all been mentioned before, above all restrictions by the owners
      of the originals.

      Klaus Wachtel
      Institut f. neutestamentliche Textforschung
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