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From: "Michele Lewis" <>
Subject: Re: [TGF] More on copyright
Date: Sun, 29 Apr 2012 19:55:57 -0400
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Yup, I clicked it wrong. I am happy to find all of these old issues
available. It is nice of Ancestry to do that. Now I have something to
read this week :) That article was very interesting. It definitely proved
your point! It makes you wonder how many other "unreadable" documents will
become readable with the technology out there now.


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Sent: Sunday, April 29, 2012 7:42 PM
Subject: Re: [TGF] More on copyright

Thanks, Michele, for telling us about its availability in Google Books. I
had not discovered that, either.

The past issues used to be conveniently available at Ancestry itself. Then
Ancestry moved them to Ancestry Library, with changed links. Today, the only
place I could find that particular article was at (That's the
link I gave you and it definitely worked. It's likely that the part of the
link that's on a separate line was left behind when you clicked on it.) For
certain, having these old issues at Google Books is the best option yet.
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