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Post Posted: Tue Aug 23, 2005 11:56 am 
 

ExTSR wrote:Oh, btw, I also found Kuntz's original MFA notes in my archives. ;>




OK, that settles it:  once I'm back in the midwest we're going to have to go clean out and organize your Chicago archives after all, Frank :D


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Post Posted: Wed Aug 24, 2005 4:59 pm 
 

ExTSR wrote:Heya awl. Yah, ToEE copy for $900. Every little bit helps.



For those who were trying to get me during the con, I am truly and very sorry -- I missed about a dozen cell calls. ::sigh:: The stupid phone developed a habit of turning its ringer off. Argh etc.


Heya, Frank! Recovering, now; or still running on overtime adrenaline? :)



Yeah, no probs. Would really have liked to bid on one or two of those items, especially that which could not be repeated; but judging by that excellent summary realisation list you just posted, I think it's probably best that you saved my credit card from crashing and burning (any worse than it has already). :P



Although I must admit it was still very tempting to give you a call even though I knew you should've be in an auction...!



ExTSR wrote:One way it COULD expand is with a Legends of Gaming archive. The name I'm proposing (to the Board of Directors of LoG) is NAGA -- the North American Gaming Archive -- since the corp is broader in scope than just Hobby gaming. I personally own over 6,000 boardgame titles (many rares, some Sid Sacksons) that I'm ready to donate formally, as well as various original and/or early manuscripts -- like the ToEE original -- that I want to be preserved and not fought over. (Wills and Probate often end up in court; when you try to fight a museum covered by a 501, the state's on your side, and often the Feds too.)


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All sounds intriguing and very interesting.

  


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Post Posted: Wed Aug 24, 2005 5:07 pm 
 

Just thought I add here on behalf of everyone, welcome to this board Frank. Knowing that you post several other places, Its nice to have you post here too. :D



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All sounds intriguing and very interesting.




Yes, very interesting. :D


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Post Posted: Wed Aug 24, 2005 5:09 pm 
 

ExTSR wrote:As to making copies of archives, I'm sure that you (and everyone) will realize that many items are so special that even a copy could produce profiteering. Until the archived pieces are commonly known to be such, public ignorance could result in stupid people paying a lot for a publicly available copy. Thus, early on we'd probably have legal restrictions, a waiver/guarantee that must be signed, or even ::cringe:: limits on the amount copyable -- tho I abhor the latter as a restriction of freedoms.


Yep... *sighs*



Thanks for the response, Frank (and for asking that question, Allan).





No chance of relocating that to the UK, then? ...Not sure 'bout the deal on extra-territorial 501(c)s though! ;)



(You mentioned fully tax-deductible => 501(c)(3) => must serve public purposes, no? *interesting visualisations there*)

  

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Post Posted: Wed Aug 24, 2005 5:10 pm 
 

bclarkie wrote:Just thought I add here on behalf of everyone, welcome to this board Frank. Knowing that you post several other places, Its nice to have you post here too. :D




yes i agree. i feel quite humble actually :) well i did for at least 3 seconds anyway :D (j/k)



welcome frank!



*goes off to think of some real interesting questions to ask*



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Post Posted: Sun Sep 11, 2005 12:48 am 
 

Back on topic---anyone know who bought the T1-4 manuscript copy? :D


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Post Posted: Wed Oct 26, 2005 3:05 am 
 

Any leads on the buyer yet?


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Post Posted: Wed Oct 26, 2005 4:30 am 
 

Did it go to someone in the room, or to a bid already left on the books?


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Post Posted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 8:57 pm 
 

Any info on this?  Or on Harold's efforts to create the Legends of Gaming Museum?


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