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Re: St Clairs of the Isles--Locations
Good work on putting this on the list!
Those books show up in the most amazing places.
A few months ago, I accompanied Malcolm Caithness to a meeting with Lister
Sinclair here in Toronto. Those who are not Canadian will not know that
Lister is a broadcaster and has been one in Canada since the late 1940's.
He has a couple of PhD.'s, is knowledgeable about practically anything and
is known by more Canadians than practically any other public personage. He
brought with him his copy of St. Clair of the Isles and to whom do you think
it originally belonged? Alexander MacLean Sinclair of Goshen Nova Scotia,
and author of the Sinclairs of Rosslyn, Caithness and Goshen (1901) as well
as the definitive work on the MacLeans. His signature was in the front
cover and now so is Malcolm's. Not a big story just a nice one.
From: Ian Sinclair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Monday, September 25, 2000 6:35 AM
Subject: Re: St Clairs of the Isles--Locations
>To all interested parties
>The book was published in ASuckland NZ in 1989 by R Brett
>Among the list of subscribers before print were:
>Library of Christiana University, Norway
>R Flaws & son, Manchester buildings, Melinda St. Toronto
>Ottawa Parliamentary Library, Ottawa, canada
>Toronto Public Library, Toronto
>Sydney Public Library, Sydney, New South Wales
>The Viking Club, 17 Westminster rd, London
>The Mitchell Library, 21 Miller St, Glasgow
>Douglas & Foulis, 9 castle St, Edinburgh
>This may a starting point for some good research / detective work
>From: CMelahn@aol.com <CMelahn@aol.com>
>To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Monday, 25 September 2000 4:51
>Subject: St Clairs of the Isles--Locations
>>Seeing the recent mention of the "The St. Clairs of the Isles" by Roland
>>St. Clair of New Zealand, I wonder if we have a listing of where copies
>>be available to researchers?
>>I visited Kansas City recently and was surprised to find a copy in the
>>Genealogical Collection of the main public library in downtown Kansas
>>Others know of locations where this book is publicly available? Add a
>>of these locations to our web pages?
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