The editor and trustees of Abbey Publications, Inc., want to express appreciation for support received from the people and organizations listed below. So far this year $3,291 has been received.
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The Abbey Newsletter is selectively indexed in Art & Archaeology Technical Abstracts and the Institute of Paper Science & Technology Abstract Bulletin. All issues but v.1 #2 are in print, and each volume has its own index. Interim indexes are available on request.
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Editor: Ellen McCrady
©1992 Abbey Publications, Inc.
Circulation Manager: Linda Agler
The article on dataloggers in the November issue did not give the fax numbers of the four suppliers listed, and one of the telephone numbers was wrong. Here are the correct telephone and fax numbers:
Herzog/Wheeler & Assoc., 612/870-4555; Fax 871-8189
Dickson Company (not Dickson Instrument Co.), 708/ 543-3747, Fax 543-0498
Langan Products, Inc., 415/567-8089 (both phone and fax)
Rustrack Instruments, 40V884-6800, Fax 884-4872
The Abbey pH Pen can be purchased in Canada through BIB, a division of University Products. Their telephone number is 416/858-7888.
Enclosed with this issue is the first part of an English translation of Per Laursen's historical and technical book on leafcasting, which I have been working on for the last eight years, and which will be published as Monograph Supplement No. 2. It is printed on lightweight paper to enable us to send it out with this issue without increasing postage costs. It is only a sample, of course. The page numbers in the table of contents are not all there because the rest of the volume had not been pasted up at the time. The book itself will be on heavier paper and in a soft cover. In order to cover costs, we are selling it for $30 a copy postpaid. We are taking orders now.