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[ARSCLIST] The Incompetence at ENHS


In the fall of 2001 I secured a grant at the request of Jerry Fabris, sound curator at the Edison National Historic Site in the amount of $30,000.00 from Michael Robertson, then CEO of MP3.com for the purchase of an Archeophone to record the cylinder collection at the site. When I got this grant for Mr. Fabris he said he would make me copies of all the digitized recordings he has made. I was doing the copying myself at the site, and when the site closed for renovation Mr. Fabris said he would make me copies of what he was recording. It is over two years since the site closed and I have not received one of the over 300 CDs that have been recorded since the site closed down.

It is sad that the government cannot keep their word after taking money they were asking for.

All I want are copies of the Archive CDs Mr. Fabris has made and that he promised me. I would appreciate the support of those who know my work in the past has yielded great material that has been made available to the world through my efforts.

Please write, phone or e-mail the ENHS and let them know the public wants this information.

Thank you,
Michael J. Loughlin

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