Re:W.Q.Judge's "unpublished" letters
Jan 16, 1998 04:42 PM
by Jerry Hejka-Ekins
I think this might be a good approach. In the past, few were aware of the
letters, and even fewer cared one way or the other. It appears that there is now
a growing awareness and concern that important historical material not be
kept from the members.
I think that Grace Knoche's efforts to get Adyar to release the Judge letters also
ought to be recognized. I also personally respect her reasoning that both sides
of the correspondence be made available at the same time. So it looks like the
ball is in Radha's court, and we need to find a way to get her to move.
> It might be useful for those of us who are concerned about the status of
> Judge's unpublished missives to start a "letter writing" campaign to John
> Algeo and/or Radha Burnier of the Adyar TS and to Grace Knoche of the Pasadena
> TS.. Perhaps if the powers-that-be received a sufficient number of letters and
> enquiries they might be motivated to respond. Letters would be better than e-
> mail because the latter can be too easily deleted with a flick of a button.
> This effort would cost nothing except the price of a postage stamp.
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