Re: Sound Recording

Rhonda Rosen (rrosen@popmail.lmu.edu)
Fri, 02 Oct 1998 12:01:45 -0700

Jim -
it's nice to see that others too have to go to such tangled lengths to
retrieve
media items!!!

rhonda

At 11:51 AM 10/2/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Kris,
>
>I'm still trying to get Cumberland Gap back for you. The professor who has
>it is retired and no longer on campus and hard to get a hold of. His
>daughter is a friend of mine and I've been trying to contact her to see if
>she can help me get it back, but so far I can't get in touch with her
>either. But I'm trying, so don't give up hope yet!
>
>Jim Glenn
>Manager, Media Library
>University of California, Riverside
>JGlenn@pop.ucr.edu
>
>At 07:39 AM 10/2/98 -0700, you wrote:
>>Since there's no audiolib, as far as I know, I hope you will forgive an
>>audio request. I'm trying to find a copy -- to buy or to borrow -- of a
>>sound recording. The title is _Cumberland Gap: English folsongs from the
>>Southern Appalachians_ (1980). The only two copies in OCLC are at LC and
>>UC Riverside. Jim Glenn agreed to lend the tape (thanks, Jim), but when
>>the instructor submitted the request it was discovered that the tape is
>>out and long overdue, unlikely to ever return. I've checked _Words on
>>Cassette_ and it's not listed. I'm hoping one of you has it in your
>>collection uncataloged in OCLC. If you could lend it or give me purchase
>>information, I would be eternally grateful. Thanks...
>>
>>Kristine Brancolini
>>Indiana University Libraries
>>brancoli@indiana.edu
>>
>>
>>
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