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Subject: Re: PSN: Attention seismic drum display users
From: John or Jan Lahr johnjan@........
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2003 21:21:47 -0600
One option would be to see if the IRIS group would like the drum
assembly to donate to a museum. Their goal is to add one museum
per year to those that have IRIS earthquake exhibits.
Some of the IRIS museums are described here:
For information on IRIS, see: http://www.iris.washington.edu/
At 10:42 AM 6/26/2003, you wrote:
>In short, I have a big old photographic 3 component drum assembly
>I would like to dispose of. The assembly rotates and translates
>in time OK. Its biggest potential is to add on the mechanical
>parts (pen-motor etc.) to use with either ink or thermal paper.
>The item is free of cost to a sincere individual who WILL use
>such (and not resale).
>I've a quanity of misc., paper and potential add-on accessory
>parts I can include with such. My interests chronically have
>been elsewhere, so, I need the room in the garage. These
>parts/pieces are also free.
>Due to the weight, size and quanity of material, I do require
>direct pickup in Denver, Colorado. Its a "bit much" to try
>to commercially ship.
>Write to me my email address above for further details. If
>their is no interest or award by July 15th; the item will no
>longer be available thereafter.
>Take care, Meredith Lamb
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