Fwd: Early American Newspapers, Series II and III

Jesse Sheidlower jester at PANIX.COM
Tue Feb 21 20:48:04 UTC 2006

Forwarded from Barry:

From: "Walsh, Jim" <jwalsh at newsbank.com>
To: Bapopik at aol.com

Dear Barry:

Good afternoon.  Thank you for your email inquiry, which was forwarded
to me.  I am the Readex Account Executive for New England and New York.

EAN II & III  will have their first releases later this spring.  EAN II
is scheduled to be released in April.  More information on all three EAN
digital collections can be found at:


As of this email no NYC library/academic institution has pre-purchased
EAN II and/or III. I will talking with the appropriate people at NYU,
NYPL and other NYC institutions.

Thank you once again for your inquiry.



Jim Walsh
Account Executive - New England & Eastern New York/Long Island
Readex, a division of NewsBank, Inc
4501 Tamiami Trail North, Suite 316
Naples, FL  34103

978-343-0932 (voice - office); 978-343-2590 (fax - office)
800-762-8182 (Naples - toll free);  800-203-9203, ext. 326 (voice mail)
jwalsh at newsbank.com (email);  http://www.readex.com (web site)


-----Original Message-----

Name ___________________________ Barry Popik

Title __________________________

Institution ____________________ NYU, NY Public Library

Email __________________________ Bapopik at aol.com

Market _________________________  ,College/University

225 East 57th Street, APt. 7P New York , New York 10022, USA

Phone : 212-308-2635
Fax :

When did "Early American Newspapers, Series II and III" become
available? Do NYC institutions have it? (NYU, NY Public Library,
Columbia) I've seen Series I but not the other two.

If you have any questions regarding this form please contact Matthew
Kerper in the NewsBank Creative Services Dept.
mkerper at newsbank.com


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