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RE: AMNHY Publications Available
Odd. I had no problems getting Novitates from the 1920's, 1930's. I also got
one from 1998. Did I cheat?
On a different note, I am pleased to see that some are offering old material for
free. Even offering it for cheap would be a good bet. For the Bambiraptor
paper, the university wants $10.00. I know they throw in a brachiopod paper for
good measure, but still. All together there are still only 29 pages involved.
Basically for a 14 page paper, I have to put out $10.00. That's rather steep.
U of T has it, so I can photocopy it for $1.40. Buying Novitates is even
reasonable. I would really like to know why some organisations insist on
setting the prices so high (especially the online ones that want $30.00,
regardless of the size of paper). I'll stop whining now.
Darryl Jones <email@example.com>
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> > http://digitallibrary.amnh.org/dspace/
> _American Museum Novitates_ is complete back to 2004, and
> the _Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History_ back
> to 1881! _Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of
> Natural History_ back to 1907, and _Memoirs of the American
> Museum of Natural History_ back to 1893, so we just need to
> get the Novitates caught up! ;)
> Jaime A. Headden