Re: Sound Recording

Jim Glenn (
Fri, 02 Oct 1998 13:11:33 -0700


Yes, I'm sure there are many people on this list who can share horror
stories about faculty who think they own something once they have checked
it out. In this case, the professor is just up in years, not in good
health, and very forgetful, but a very nice man who was a great help to me
when I took this job 14 years ago.


At 12:04 PM 10/2/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Jim -
>it's nice to see that others too have to go to such tangled lengths to
>media items!!!
>At 11:51 AM 10/2/98 -0700, you wrote:
>>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
>>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