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The E-Sylum:  Volume 3, Number 30, July 23, 2000, Article 10

A NOTE FROM PETER GASPAR 

   Peter Gaspar of St. Louis, MO, writes:  "Today's E-Sylum was 
   one of your best, but they are all enjoyable.  I'm writing because 
   I'd like that Bank of England web-site from last week if it isn't too 
   much trouble.  I can't find last week's E-Sylum. 

   I'm looking forward to face-to-face meetings with Biblio-Maniacs 
   at Philadelphia in August.  Hope to see you then.  Keep up the 
   good work! 

   -Peter  (the first E-Sylum subscriber)" 

   On the morning of Friday, September 4, 1998, The E-Sylum 
   was born, although it didn't have a name yet.   The initial mailing 
   went to NBS officers and Board members, current and former 
   members, and other interested parties, for a total of 49 names. 
   Announcements were also sent to the COINS and 
   BIBLIONUMIS mailing lists, as well the the Early American 
   Coppers "Region 8" mailing list.   The first subscriber to 
   respond was Peter, who has been with us ever since. 

   Here's the address for the Bank of England site: 
   http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/museum/funny.htm 

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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