[Videolib] John Barton Shakespeare series

Valerie Gangwer (vgangwer@mbc.edu)
Mon, 7 May 2007 16:00:09 -0400

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Hello,
I have a faculty member asking whether the John Barton series 'Playing
Shakespeare' is still available? If not, is it one of those items not
available in any format which would be fair game to make a copy of?
I would like to find a legit copy, if possible. It Seems Films for the
Humanities had it at one point, but that trail is now cold.
Thanks,
Val
Valerie Gangwer
Director of Media Services
Mary Baldwin College
540-887-7267
Access. Service. Knowledge.
ASK@Grafton library

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I = would like to find=20 a legit copy, if possible. It Seems Films for the Humanities had it at = one=20 point, but that trail is now cold.
Thanks,
Val
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Director of = Media=20 Services
Mary Baldwin=20 College
540-887-7267
Access. = Service. Knowledge.=20
ASK@Grafton=20 library
 
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