Date   

Ellis Island Resources #general

Charles F. Printz <cfphrai@...>
 

As an immigration specialist, my firm receives notices regularly on a
range of immigration-related legal matters. In a current immigration law
bulletin, we have received the below cited information on forthcoming
public access to ship manifest regards for the periods 1892-1924
approximate thru the Ellis Island Foundation. I am passing the
essentials of this notice on to the Discussion Group membership owing to
genealogical importance.

As we all know, between 1892 and 1924, more than 18 million of our
immigrant relatives coming to America were processed at the Ellis Island
immigration entry center. Not surprisingly, Ellis Island, now the
nation's immigration museum, is one of the most popular attractions in
New York.

But while visitors to Ellis Island can learn a great deal about the
history of American immigration, they cannot learn much about their own
families' passage during their visit. That will change soon. Officials
at Ellis Island have announced that the American Family Immigration
History Center will open at the museum in 2000. It will have a
computerized database of arrival records >from the ships that transported
our relatives to America.

According to Lee Iacocca, Chairman Emeritus of The Statue of
Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, making the ship manifests available to
the public has been a goal since the foundation was created in 1982.
As many of you know, records have been available on microfilm at the
National Archives in Washington, D.C. Now members of the Mormon Church
are involved in this major volunteer project to enter all the records
into an Ellis Island located database.

It is planned that for a small fee, visitors will be able to access one
of thirty-five (35) computer stations and search records by name. The
database will also search for similar sounding and similarly-spelled
names. The American Family Immigration History Center's design is being
overseen by Edwin Schlossberg, wife of John F. Kennedy's daughter
Caroline.

I hope many of you will take note of this soon to come added
authoritative resource for genealogical research, perhaps even
monitoring its progress.

Best regards - Happy Holidays,

Charles F. Printz,
Elizabeth, NJ/USA
JGFF Researcher #7493


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Ellis Island Resources #general

Charles F. Printz <cfphrai@...>
 

As an immigration specialist, my firm receives notices regularly on a
range of immigration-related legal matters. In a current immigration law
bulletin, we have received the below cited information on forthcoming
public access to ship manifest regards for the periods 1892-1924
approximate thru the Ellis Island Foundation. I am passing the
essentials of this notice on to the Discussion Group membership owing to
genealogical importance.

As we all know, between 1892 and 1924, more than 18 million of our
immigrant relatives coming to America were processed at the Ellis Island
immigration entry center. Not surprisingly, Ellis Island, now the
nation's immigration museum, is one of the most popular attractions in
New York.

But while visitors to Ellis Island can learn a great deal about the
history of American immigration, they cannot learn much about their own
families' passage during their visit. That will change soon. Officials
at Ellis Island have announced that the American Family Immigration
History Center will open at the museum in 2000. It will have a
computerized database of arrival records >from the ships that transported
our relatives to America.

According to Lee Iacocca, Chairman Emeritus of The Statue of
Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, making the ship manifests available to
the public has been a goal since the foundation was created in 1982.
As many of you know, records have been available on microfilm at the
National Archives in Washington, D.C. Now members of the Mormon Church
are involved in this major volunteer project to enter all the records
into an Ellis Island located database.

It is planned that for a small fee, visitors will be able to access one
of thirty-five (35) computer stations and search records by name. The
database will also search for similar sounding and similarly-spelled
names. The American Family Immigration History Center's design is being
overseen by Edwin Schlossberg, wife of John F. Kennedy's daughter
Caroline.

I hope many of you will take note of this soon to come added
authoritative resource for genealogical research, perhaps even
monitoring its progress.

Best regards - Happy Holidays,

Charles F. Printz,
Elizabeth, NJ/USA
JGFF Researcher #7493


Jewish Communities of the CIS, Belarus #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

Please take a look at this site:

Federation of Jewish Communities of the CIS, BELARUS - Representing the
Jewish
Communities in Belarus, a directory and information on over 270 Jewish
Communities
in the former Soviet Union. <http://www.fjc.ru/belarusfr.htm>. The
website has the
the address (and a contact person) for the different Jewish Communities
in Belarus
as well as other countries in the FSU. If you click on the Rabinical
Alliance
button, you can get the names of the different rabbis and the where they
are
located. I found the name of the a Rabbi in St. Petersburg with one of
my less
common surnames: TZIVIN (TSIVIN). This name is found in both Minsk and
Mogilev.
There was an e-mail address for the Rabinical Alliance and I sent a
message to
them asking Rabbi TZIVIN to contact me. I'll let you know if this long
shot pans
out.



David M. Fox
mailto:fox@erols.com
Arnold, MD
Belarus SIG Co-Coordinator

JOIN THE BELARUS SIG
<http://www.jewishgen.org/Belarus/>

Researching: Minsk: TSIVIN (SIVIN), RABINOWITZ, HURWITZ, FEIN
Mogilev & NYC: SCHENDEROFF (OV), TSIVIN, SHER, FYTELSON
Rogachev(BYL) & NYC: FYTELSON (FEITELSON), TELSON, COHEN
Popielniki, Dzurow, Banila (UKR): FUCHS, HUDES, MECHLAWICZ,

TISCHLER, LOBEL, LABALVITCH


Belarus SIG #Belarus Jewish Communities of the CIS, Belarus #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

Please take a look at this site:

Federation of Jewish Communities of the CIS, BELARUS - Representing the
Jewish
Communities in Belarus, a directory and information on over 270 Jewish
Communities
in the former Soviet Union. <http://www.fjc.ru/belarusfr.htm>. The
website has the
the address (and a contact person) for the different Jewish Communities
in Belarus
as well as other countries in the FSU. If you click on the Rabinical
Alliance
button, you can get the names of the different rabbis and the where they
are
located. I found the name of the a Rabbi in St. Petersburg with one of
my less
common surnames: TZIVIN (TSIVIN). This name is found in both Minsk and
Mogilev.
There was an e-mail address for the Rabinical Alliance and I sent a
message to
them asking Rabbi TZIVIN to contact me. I'll let you know if this long
shot pans
out.



David M. Fox
mailto:fox@erols.com
Arnold, MD
Belarus SIG Co-Coordinator

JOIN THE BELARUS SIG
<http://www.jewishgen.org/Belarus/>

Researching: Minsk: TSIVIN (SIVIN), RABINOWITZ, HURWITZ, FEIN
Mogilev & NYC: SCHENDEROFF (OV), TSIVIN, SHER, FYTELSON
Rogachev(BYL) & NYC: FYTELSON (FEITELSON), TELSON, COHEN
Popielniki, Dzurow, Banila (UKR): FUCHS, HUDES, MECHLAWICZ,

TISCHLER, LOBEL, LABALVITCH


Belarus SIG Research Coordinator #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

Dear Members of the Belarus SIG,

I am very pleased to announce that Barbara Krasner-Khait
<bkhait@aol.com> has agreed to take on the challenging
postion of Belarus SIG Research Coordinator. In
this position she will be working with the various
research project leaders and translators, other
SIGs with overlapping geographic areas of interest,
and with the JewishGen database technical team.

I met Barbara for the first time at the Los Angeles
Seminar this past July. She is an experienced and
extremely knowlegable researcher who brings many
valuable skills to the SIG leadership team. Although
Barbara is actively involved in a number of other
genealogical efforts including preparations for the
upcoming Seminar in NY this August, she has graciously
taken on this very responsible and important possition.
I urge each and every member of the Belarus SIG to
support and help Barbara as we embark on establishing
the All Belarus Database.

Thank you Barbara!

David Fox
fox@erols.com
Belarus SIG Coordinator


Belarus SIG #Belarus Belarus SIG Research Coordinator #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

Dear Members of the Belarus SIG,

I am very pleased to announce that Barbara Krasner-Khait
<bkhait@aol.com> has agreed to take on the challenging
postion of Belarus SIG Research Coordinator. In
this position she will be working with the various
research project leaders and translators, other
SIGs with overlapping geographic areas of interest,
and with the JewishGen database technical team.

I met Barbara for the first time at the Los Angeles
Seminar this past July. She is an experienced and
extremely knowlegable researcher who brings many
valuable skills to the SIG leadership team. Although
Barbara is actively involved in a number of other
genealogical efforts including preparations for the
upcoming Seminar in NY this August, she has graciously
taken on this very responsible and important possition.
I urge each and every member of the Belarus SIG to
support and help Barbara as we embark on establishing
the All Belarus Database.

Thank you Barbara!

David Fox
fox@erols.com
Belarus SIG Coordinator


Sharing the load #latvia

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

I would like to comment on Prof. Hirschorn's comments as well. An awful lot
of people are very willing to let others do their work for them, without
making an effort to contribute themselves. It takes a lot of time and
effort to contribute worthwhile information to the SIG. Prof. Hirschorn,
you live here in Israel. I would love for you to help us collate and
catalogue the material available at the Latvian Archives in Shfaim. I do
not recall that you were a part of that effort, though many others were.

There are not different grades of membership, as you wrote. There are
simply those who know there are no free lunches and try to contribute to
the good of the group both financially and/or materially. Without
leadership, you don't have a SIG. It would be wonderful if more people
would involve themselves in the day to day activities of getting the group
up and running. We need to stop counting on other people and to get in
there and do it ourselves!

Martha


Latvia SIG #Latvia Sharing the load #latvia

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

I would like to comment on Prof. Hirschorn's comments as well. An awful lot
of people are very willing to let others do their work for them, without
making an effort to contribute themselves. It takes a lot of time and
effort to contribute worthwhile information to the SIG. Prof. Hirschorn,
you live here in Israel. I would love for you to help us collate and
catalogue the material available at the Latvian Archives in Shfaim. I do
not recall that you were a part of that effort, though many others were.

There are not different grades of membership, as you wrote. There are
simply those who know there are no free lunches and try to contribute to
the good of the group both financially and/or materially. Without
leadership, you don't have a SIG. It would be wonderful if more people
would involve themselves in the day to day activities of getting the group
up and running. We need to stop counting on other people and to get in
there and do it ourselves!

Martha


Re: Riga Archives documents for Courland for the 17th through- 19th centuries #latvia

Marion Werle <werle@...>
 

I have previewed some of these films (I ordered several for the summer
seminar, which didn't get there in time and have since been returned to
Salt Lake City, and two earlier this year, 1344279 and 1344282, which are
on permanent loan to the Family History Center in Los Angeles), and they
are a mess. They are not filmed in any logical order, and pages are split
among films, i.e, one side of a group of pages is on one film, and the
other side is on some other film. Kahlile Meher of the FHL in Salt Lake
City has gone through them and made an attempt to index them. His efforts
can be found in two issues of Avotaynu, both published this year, Spring
1998, beginning on page 25, and Summer 1998, page 24, and he also mentioned
them at the summer seminar. The quality of the films is very variable.
They are handwritten, with varying degrees of legibility. There are many
lists of names, with introductory text. The text was not easy to read, but
my German is not great, either (college was a long time ago!).

For those with an interest in Courland, and the specific towns enumerated
in the Avotaynu listings, any efforts to obtain and translate would be
appreciated by the SIG. My ancestors are >from the Latgale area of Latvia
(formerly part of Vitebsk gubernya), and this area is not included in the
LDS films.
Marion Werle
President, Latvia SIG

Visit the Latvia SIG web page: <http://www.jewishgen.org/latvia>


Latvia SIG #Latvia Re: Riga Archives documents for Courland for the 17th through- 19th centuries #latvia

Marion Werle <werle@...>
 

I have previewed some of these films (I ordered several for the summer
seminar, which didn't get there in time and have since been returned to
Salt Lake City, and two earlier this year, 1344279 and 1344282, which are
on permanent loan to the Family History Center in Los Angeles), and they
are a mess. They are not filmed in any logical order, and pages are split
among films, i.e, one side of a group of pages is on one film, and the
other side is on some other film. Kahlile Meher of the FHL in Salt Lake
City has gone through them and made an attempt to index them. His efforts
can be found in two issues of Avotaynu, both published this year, Spring
1998, beginning on page 25, and Summer 1998, page 24, and he also mentioned
them at the summer seminar. The quality of the films is very variable.
They are handwritten, with varying degrees of legibility. There are many
lists of names, with introductory text. The text was not easy to read, but
my German is not great, either (college was a long time ago!).

For those with an interest in Courland, and the specific towns enumerated
in the Avotaynu listings, any efforts to obtain and translate would be
appreciated by the SIG. My ancestors are >from the Latgale area of Latvia
(formerly part of Vitebsk gubernya), and this area is not included in the
LDS films.
Marion Werle
President, Latvia SIG

Visit the Latvia SIG web page: <http://www.jewishgen.org/latvia>


Re: Riga Archives documents for Courland for the 17th through 19th centuries #latvia

MWhippman@...
 

This is clearly a useful and substantial source of material for an important
area. It appears that a good deal of it will be of general interest as
opposed to specialist Jewish interest but access to this will be important.

My German is limited and my Russian non existent but I would like to help in
some way. I work full time but will do what I can. Thank you so much for
taking the time to put this on the net.

Very best regards, Constance Whippman (London) e-mail MWhippman@aol.com


Latvia SIG #Latvia Re: Riga Archives documents for Courland for the 17th through 19th centuries #latvia

MWhippman@...
 

This is clearly a useful and substantial source of material for an important
area. It appears that a good deal of it will be of general interest as
opposed to specialist Jewish interest but access to this will be important.

My German is limited and my Russian non existent but I would like to help in
some way. I work full time but will do what I can. Thank you so much for
taking the time to put this on the net.

Very best regards, Constance Whippman (London) e-mail MWhippman@aol.com


1938 Liepaja/Libau property owners' List - A searchable version for Excel 97 #latvia

PaulJamesB@...
 

If you wish to view the 5000 plus records in my 1938 Old Libau Property
Owners' database, I have imported it to an Excel 97 spreadsheet and put it in
my ftp directory.

To get the file click on the following link:

<A HREF="ftp://members.aol.com/pberkay/">Click here: FTP directory /pberkay/
at members.aol.com</A>

When my Directory appears, download the file and save it on your hard drive.
(In AOL, you right click on the file oldlib39.xls and select "Save Target As"
from the popup menu.)
You can pull the saved file up in Excel 97. Then select the
Filter||Autofilter command >from the Data menu. You will then be able to
search for records by Name, Street, Property Number, etc.

Please email me if you have any problems. I would also like to hear from
those who have been able to download and view the spreadsheet.

Please email me at :
pberkay@aol.com

Thanks,


Paul Berkay


Latvia SIG #Latvia 1938 Liepaja/Libau property owners' List - A searchable version for Excel 97 #latvia

PaulJamesB@...
 

If you wish to view the 5000 plus records in my 1938 Old Libau Property
Owners' database, I have imported it to an Excel 97 spreadsheet and put it in
my ftp directory.

To get the file click on the following link:

<A HREF="ftp://members.aol.com/pberkay/">Click here: FTP directory /pberkay/
at members.aol.com</A>

When my Directory appears, download the file and save it on your hard drive.
(In AOL, you right click on the file oldlib39.xls and select "Save Target As"
from the popup menu.)
You can pull the saved file up in Excel 97. Then select the
Filter||Autofilter command >from the Data menu. You will then be able to
search for records by Name, Street, Property Number, etc.

Please email me if you have any problems. I would also like to hear from
those who have been able to download and view the spreadsheet.

Please email me at :
pberkay@aol.com

Thanks,


Paul Berkay


Riga Archives documents for Courland for the 17th through 19th centuries #latvia

PaulJamesB@...
 

It has come to my attention that the Morman church has 134 rolls of microf=
ilm
from the Riga State Archives. The film is of Courland property lists, tax
lists, house lists, name lists, etc., for the 1600's through the late 1800=
's.
(Following the body of this email is a description of the film.)

The Morman catalog states that the microfilm is indexed and is in no
particular order. The minimal indexing available is in German. Most roll=
s on
the index do not have descriptions of cities, years, or content, although =
some
do.

I would like to know if anyone in the Latvian SIG has gone through and ind=
exed
or examined these microfilms. If that has already been done, I don't want=
to
duplicate the effort.

I know that at my local Morman family research center, I am are able to or=
der
a roll of microfilm for about $3.50. I wait one week, and the film arrive=
s.
I can then view and copy it on the family center's premises. I'm not sure=
if
the Morman institutes exist outside of the United States. (Could someone
enlighten me?)

At any rate, if the group has not indexed this film series, I plan to do t=
he
following:

1. Check with my contact at the microfilm publishers to see if there is a
finding tool or index for these records.

2. Contact the author of a book on Latvian research if she has come out w=
ith
a finding aid for this microfilm set. The book is called "Archives and
Manuscript Repositories in the USSR: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and
Belorussia" by Patricia Grimsted, published in 1981. The book lists findi=
ng
aids available on microfiche for many Latvian documents archived throughou=
t
the world. The fiche can be bought >from a company in Switzerland connecte=
d to
the book. The book was published in 1981 and does not list the Courland
microfilm set, which was published in 1987. But the author may have come =
out
with something since the book's publication.

3. If a finding aid or index is not available for this microfilm, I would
like to coordinate an effort with other Latvian SIG members who have acces=
s to
the Morman Institutes. If we could break up the list of 134 rolls, member=
s
could examine different rolls on a superficial level at first to see what'=
s on
them. I think it would be good to make this a coordinated effort, so that=
we
would not all look at the same rolls. I know that it would probably take =
me
several months to go through all the rolls myself. The documents are in
German and Russian. It might be difficult to identify what is on Russian
list, but I am able to look at German documents and figure out what they a=
re
based on names and other information.


If these films prove valuable, we might be able to purchase the series for=
the
group.

I have made an html page of the film list >from the Morman church catalog. =
You
can get it through the following link:

<A HREF=3D"http://members.aol.com/pberkay/ldsdocs.htm">Click here: AUTHOR=
</A>
http://members.aol.com/pberkay/ldsdocs.htm

I don't really know German, but I used a dictionary and the AltaVista Inte=
rnet
Translation tool to make a feeble attempt to translate the descriptions of=
the
134 microfilm rolls in the Morman catalog. I would very much appreciate
someone familiar with German going over my translations (all in parenthese=
s
following the German descriptions). Please email me with any corrections=
at:

pberkay@aol.com

I have also numbered the items for easier reference.

I would like to hear >from anyone who is interested and able to review a fe=
w
rolls. I can keep a list the rolls each person is reviewing and can maint=
ain
the findings or descriptions on one master list. If you are interested in
looking at a few rolls, please tell me the numbers >from my html list so I =
can
keep track. If you know German or Russian, that is a plus, but I think mo=
st
people can glance at a roll and get an idea of what is on there.

We may not want to make a major effort until I rule out the existence of a
good index or finding aid for this film series. I will contact the publis=
her
this week.

Please give me your opinions and feedback about this project.

Paul Berkay
Long Beach, CA, USA





#################

TITLE
Zivilurkunden, 17. Jahrh.-19. Jahrh..
(Civil documents, 17th through 19th centuries

FORMAT
133 Mikrofilmrollen ; 35 mm.
(133 rolls of 35 mm microfilm) - [NOTE: There seems to be 134 rolls]

Public records >from the state archives of Riga, Latvia. Records include
tax lists, property lists, population lists, etc. Text in German
and Russian. The records include information on most of the
cities in Courland including: Mitau, Hasenboth, Durben, Allschwangen,
Gremsten, Frauenburg, Gramaschen, Windau, Grabin, Jacobstadt, Libau,
Sellberg, Ascherad, D=FCnaburg, Tuckum, Bauske, etc. These records
are in no particular order and are not indexed.


Latvia SIG #Latvia Riga Archives documents for Courland for the 17th through 19th centuries #latvia

PaulJamesB@...
 

It has come to my attention that the Morman church has 134 rolls of microf=
ilm
from the Riga State Archives. The film is of Courland property lists, tax
lists, house lists, name lists, etc., for the 1600's through the late 1800=
's.
(Following the body of this email is a description of the film.)

The Morman catalog states that the microfilm is indexed and is in no
particular order. The minimal indexing available is in German. Most roll=
s on
the index do not have descriptions of cities, years, or content, although =
some
do.

I would like to know if anyone in the Latvian SIG has gone through and ind=
exed
or examined these microfilms. If that has already been done, I don't want=
to
duplicate the effort.

I know that at my local Morman family research center, I am are able to or=
der
a roll of microfilm for about $3.50. I wait one week, and the film arrive=
s.
I can then view and copy it on the family center's premises. I'm not sure=
if
the Morman institutes exist outside of the United States. (Could someone
enlighten me?)

At any rate, if the group has not indexed this film series, I plan to do t=
he
following:

1. Check with my contact at the microfilm publishers to see if there is a
finding tool or index for these records.

2. Contact the author of a book on Latvian research if she has come out w=
ith
a finding aid for this microfilm set. The book is called "Archives and
Manuscript Repositories in the USSR: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and
Belorussia" by Patricia Grimsted, published in 1981. The book lists findi=
ng
aids available on microfiche for many Latvian documents archived throughou=
t
the world. The fiche can be bought >from a company in Switzerland connecte=
d to
the book. The book was published in 1981 and does not list the Courland
microfilm set, which was published in 1987. But the author may have come =
out
with something since the book's publication.

3. If a finding aid or index is not available for this microfilm, I would
like to coordinate an effort with other Latvian SIG members who have acces=
s to
the Morman Institutes. If we could break up the list of 134 rolls, member=
s
could examine different rolls on a superficial level at first to see what'=
s on
them. I think it would be good to make this a coordinated effort, so that=
we
would not all look at the same rolls. I know that it would probably take =
me
several months to go through all the rolls myself. The documents are in
German and Russian. It might be difficult to identify what is on Russian
list, but I am able to look at German documents and figure out what they a=
re
based on names and other information.


If these films prove valuable, we might be able to purchase the series for=
the
group.

I have made an html page of the film list >from the Morman church catalog. =
You
can get it through the following link:

<A HREF=3D"http://members.aol.com/pberkay/ldsdocs.htm">Click here: AUTHOR=
</A>
http://members.aol.com/pberkay/ldsdocs.htm

I don't really know German, but I used a dictionary and the AltaVista Inte=
rnet
Translation tool to make a feeble attempt to translate the descriptions of=
the
134 microfilm rolls in the Morman catalog. I would very much appreciate
someone familiar with German going over my translations (all in parenthese=
s
following the German descriptions). Please email me with any corrections=
at:

pberkay@aol.com

I have also numbered the items for easier reference.

I would like to hear >from anyone who is interested and able to review a fe=
w
rolls. I can keep a list the rolls each person is reviewing and can maint=
ain
the findings or descriptions on one master list. If you are interested in
looking at a few rolls, please tell me the numbers >from my html list so I =
can
keep track. If you know German or Russian, that is a plus, but I think mo=
st
people can glance at a roll and get an idea of what is on there.

We may not want to make a major effort until I rule out the existence of a
good index or finding aid for this film series. I will contact the publis=
her
this week.

Please give me your opinions and feedback about this project.

Paul Berkay
Long Beach, CA, USA





#################

TITLE
Zivilurkunden, 17. Jahrh.-19. Jahrh..
(Civil documents, 17th through 19th centuries

FORMAT
133 Mikrofilmrollen ; 35 mm.
(133 rolls of 35 mm microfilm) - [NOTE: There seems to be 134 rolls]

Public records >from the state archives of Riga, Latvia. Records include
tax lists, property lists, population lists, etc. Text in German
and Russian. The records include information on most of the
cities in Courland including: Mitau, Hasenboth, Durben, Allschwangen,
Gremsten, Frauenburg, Gramaschen, Windau, Grabin, Jacobstadt, Libau,
Sellberg, Ascherad, D=FCnaburg, Tuckum, Bauske, etc. These records
are in no particular order and are not indexed.


Re: Kelme directory #lithuania

ROBERT WEISS
 

In a message dated 11/28/98 4:25:47 AM, Phyllis Auspitz Cohen
<parc313@aol.com> wrote:

I would be very interested in the Kelme directory. You said it can be found
on
the web, but you did not give a web address. Can you please let me know what
the
address is? TIA
Go to http://www1.jewishgen.org/databases/kelme.htm

Robert Weiss


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: Kelme directory #lithuania

ROBERT WEISS
 

In a message dated 11/28/98 4:25:47 AM, Phyllis Auspitz Cohen
<parc313@aol.com> wrote:

I would be very interested in the Kelme directory. You said it can be found
on
the web, but you did not give a web address. Can you please let me know what
the
address is? TIA
Go to http://www1.jewishgen.org/databases/kelme.htm

Robert Weiss


please help #lithuania

Anita Berk <anitab2@...>
 

Hello everyone:

My mail server has been down for several days, and based on some of the
discussions on this newsgroup, I have missed several messages.

Could someone please send me any postings and/or digests >from
Wednesday-Saturday 11/25-11/28.

Thanks.

Send to anitab2@mindspring.com

Anita Berk
anitab2@mindspring.com


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania please help #lithuania

Anita Berk <anitab2@...>
 

Hello everyone:

My mail server has been down for several days, and based on some of the
discussions on this newsgroup, I have missed several messages.

Could someone please send me any postings and/or digests >from
Wednesday-Saturday 11/25-11/28.

Thanks.

Send to anitab2@mindspring.com

Anita Berk
anitab2@mindspring.com