[Bell Historians] Re: Learned journal
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Sat May 28 12:40:44 BST 2005
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Sent: 28 May 2005 11:57
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Subject: [Bell Historians] Re: Learned journal
Perhaps being more flexible in the frequency of issues might be an
answer as Leigh has suggested. One of our local village societies has
been producing a Villiage History journal successfully for about 15
years, by publishing volumes as sufficient material emerges, rather
than being date driven. Let's face it, bell history doesn't normally
call for topicality.
P.S.Before Anne Willis asks, it's The Book of Keevil (volumes 1-5).
Thank you Phil!
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