Re: tc-list Munster and others
- "Maurice A. Robinson" wrote:
> On Wed, 22 Sep 1999 14:55:08 PST "Vinton A. Dearing"The 'policy' is not to copy microfilms for use outside of the institute. The
> <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
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reasons have all been mentioned before, above all restrictions by the owners
of the originals.
Institut f. neutestamentliche Textforschung