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ted patlen
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looking for high quality photo of Preston innings

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Anyone know where ?

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AMFF likely has one or two. Getting them to help you out might be another thing, though.
Gary

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I completely understand what you're saying.

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Gary, can you explain a little more about the situation at AMFF? I've heard form several people the challenges they've had gaining access to the collection for research purposes--people with legitimate research interests--who have been rebuffed, or asked to pay fees to do research--soemthing I know no self-respecting museum would ask of researchers.

What happened?

You don't have to name names--but it would help to have an understanding of some fo the history involved here.

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bb

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bearbutt wrote:
Thu May 21, 2020 10:19 am
Gary, can you explain a little more about the situation at AMFF? I've heard form several people the challenges they've had gaining access to the collection for research purposes--people with legitimate research interests--who have been rebuffed, or asked to pay fees to do research--soemthing I know no self-respecting museum would ask of researchers.

What happened?

You don't have to name names--but it would help to have an understanding of some fo the history involved here.

Thanks,
bb
Oh, I would say it is all about their board of trustees and their attitudes, values and assumptions. And perhaps an over-worked staffer or two. I only know one thing for sure: it was not that way when I ran the place. LOL, there, I said it.
Gary

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