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Re: Digitized Theosophical Quarterly Volumes XI-XIX

Jun 13, 2008 12:37 PM
by Jake Benson

You are all very welcome,

I am happy that at least some of this series, which I believe is the
last major historical periodical that is not available on many web
sites, is now available.  It is roughly 1/4 of the full run.  I'm not
certain if Houdini had all the issues or not, but as I live in DC, I
will try and check- unless the collection is at NYPL, in which case
someone else will have to do that.  I remain hopeful that it will all
be digitized, and that we will no longer have to rely on Kessinger
Publishing's limited preview version on Google.

Also, I have personally taken the time to digitize the Cumulative
Index for the TQ that was anonymously published in the late 60's by
Joseph Politella, who at the time was on the faculty of the Dept. of
Religion at Kent State.  The file is a VERY large PDF, which due to
the size, I had mounted onto Rapidshare, but there now seems to be
some kind of computer glitch interfering with accessing it.  I will
try and find another way to share this file with anyone interested. 
I'm not sure if I can compress it down to post to the files section or
not, or if I should just find another filesharing site to post it on.  



--- In, Augoeides-222@... wrote:
> Jake,
>    Thank you for giving this to us all. Interesting contents seen in
a breif scan.
> Regards,
> John
> -------------- Original message -------------- 
> From: "Jake Benson" <jemiljan@...> 
> Googlebooks has recently digitized a few issues of the TQ (Vols XI-
> XIX) in full, which can be downloaded. They are taken from the Harry
> Houdini collection at the Library of Congress or New York Public
> Library- I'm unclear as to which. 
> They are listed in a bit of a jumble. You will see that they all have
> the same citation, but if you look closely, you can see that each has
> a different date. 
> Jake Benson
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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