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Jeff, In one of Scott's discussions on old indexes, you mentioned to Mel that you have a revised copy of Nathan's guide (2000) that Roger gave you before his passing. If you have access to it, I was wondering if if you could see if the January 1983 maps of DC are referenced in his map supplement section.
The obituary in file does not give exact dates for his title, but merely states that he retired in 1996 after 30 years at NGS and that his work focused on administrative and financial matters such as postal rates.
As for your other question about a television show for children, one of the librarians is looking into that.
The Chautauquan issue is from March 1904. It is Volume 39, Number 1. The article is the seventh in a series: "Reading Journey in the Borderlands of the United States". It starts on page 23 and is 18 pages in length.
The first two look good for my "Cover Variations" discussion, while the second two look more like supplements. I don't have a Supplement discussion per se, maybe show them to Phil Riviere. He's posted images of maps and supplements.
On further review, it is NOT a parody cover. All "Wheels of Time" magazines have a yellow border. It is not an homage to the Nat Geo. The image (February 1974 issue) within would still be a "HOSU" entry though. It does have the article "Trucks Race the Clock from Coast to Coast". It is a reprint, but by a third party.
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