Re: theos-talk Krotona Archives Website
Jul 07, 2011 02:03 PM
The author is Joseph Ross and not John Ross. Sorry for the typo.
On Thu, Jul 7, 2011 at 1:26 PM, MKR <mkr777@b8DRul5lAveC6pGsnPL29TDr4GKgBQH_wGMTRKu9X3Y8jUfSsbEYR_e780y2k9jCYGATISd2R_MiYVE.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> Krotona Archives Website
> John Ross should be congratulated for setting up the Krotonaarchives.com
> website and I expect it to be of great value to historians and theosophists
> interested in Krotona, theosophy and Krishnamurti.
> Since Ross has a lot of very valuable historical documents and possibly
> artifacts of interest, it would be of great interest and value to everyone
> interested in theosophy, Krishnamurti and Krotona if these material are
> scanned and provided on the website.
> Today, good fast scanners are not expensive and the process is not that
> difficult. There are members in the theosophical community who have the
> expertise in scanning and indexing and uploading material to website as
> demonstrated in the work they have done in the past. I am sure everyone of
> them would enthusiastically share their professional expertise to help the
> project, pro bono.
> Such scanning and uploading will provide long time preservation of the
> documents as well as access to theosophists world-wide who have an
> If one puts on the theosophical hat, my reasoning would be quite obvious.
> I hope Ross would see the long-term benefit of the above and take steps
> Let us keep tuned.
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