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Re: [BKARTS] downloading classics



Mark,

There's also Project Gutenberg, which started in 1971. It's located at
http://www.gutenberg.org/.

(I've been using Project Gutenberg personally for a number of years to
find texts that are obscure or not readily available at a library. It's
a great source for printers in search of a text.)

The Open Content Alliance is being supported by a number of libraries,
universities, organizations, and businesses. It's a fascinating venture.
You can all about it at http://www.opencontentalliance.org/.

Asa

Asa Peavy, Program Manager
Marjorie G. & Carl W. Stern Book
Arts & Special Collections Center
San Francisco Public Library
100 Larkin St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
T: 415.557.4560
F: 415.437.4849
apeavy@xxxxxxxx
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