You may have intended this to go only to Gail, and not to the videolib
list, but since you've raised the issue.... are you aware of
H-Appalachian, the H-Net listserv for Appalachian history? You might get
some takers there. I subscribe to that list, and I would be willing to
post your message for you there, if you think that would be appropriate.
On Fri, 16 Mar 2001, Pat Palmieri wrote:
> This may be a fortunate coincidence...if I could ask a favor. I have an
> elderly neighbor who asked me about selling a poll tax certificate from
> Middlebury Precinct, Hardeman County, Tennessee from 1917. Would you be
> able to point me in the direction of someone who would be interested in
> acquiring it? You don't need to go to any trouble, just point me in a good
> direction. I don't know if it has any historical value to anyone or not.
> At 10:56 AM 3/15/01 -0800, you wrote:
> > As I said in the previous, and incomplete, post, I was raised on print!
> >Gail B. Fedak
> >Coordinator, Instructional Media Resources
> >Middle Tennessee State University