Ferrocement Flicka 20 - The Rudder Year 72+73 Volumes 88+89 articles needed, offlist

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  1. mustafaumu sarac
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    mustafaumu sarac Senior Member

    I need the Rudder 1972-1973 Volumes 88+89 articles on ferrocement design and construction articles of Bruce Bingham Flicka 20, 6 or so articles.

    I will pay you. Please pm.

    Thank you,

    Mustafa Umut Sarac
    Istanbul
     
  2. Angélique
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    Angélique aka Angel (only by name)

    You could ask the Naval Marine Archive, they're located in ‘‘The Victory’’ 205 Main Street, Picton, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. That's on the Canadian shores of Lake Ontario.

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    They have most of the issues of The Rudder Magazine in their collection, and they have doubles of some of them, which they probably are willing to trade, preferably for missing issues in their own collection, I'll guess.

    Naval Marine Archive ---> The Rudder Magazine ---> Rudder Collection List

    Jan: 1972 - 88 #1 = available
    Feb: 1972 - 88 #2 = available
    Mar: 1972 - 88 #3 = available
    Apr: 1972 - 88 #4 = available
    May: 1972 - 88 #5 = available
    Jun: 1972 - 88 #6 = available
    Jul: 1972 - 88 #7 = available
    Aug: 1972 - 88 #8 = available​
    Sep: 1972 - 88 #9 = MISSING - Anyone who could miss this one, please let them know, even copied, or just scans send by email would help here, I'll guess.
    Oct: 1972 - 88 #10 = available
    Nov: 1972 - 88 #11 = available
    Dec: 1972 - 88 #12 = available​

    Jan: 1973 - 89 #1 = available
    Feb: 1973 - 89 #2 = available
    Mar: 1973 - 89 #3 = available
    Apr: 1973 - 89 #4 = available
    May: 1973 - 89 #5 = available
    Jun: 1973 - 89 #6 = available
    Jul: 1973 - 89 #7 = available
    Aug: 1973 - 89 #8 = available
    Sep: 1973 - 89 #9 = available
    Oct: 1973 - 89 #10 = available
    Nov: 1973 - 89 #11 = available
    Dec: 1973 - 89 #12 = available​

    (the above ‘‘88’’ and ‘‘89’’ are the volume numbers)


    ‘‘ Most of our documents, books, magazines, charts, etc are available for consultation either immediately or at very short notice (some older documents are subject to handling restrictions) and limited copying services are available subject to certain copyright restrictions. ’’

    I'll guess they could look up for you which issues you exactly need for the Bruce Bingham Flicka 20 ferro-cement design and construction articles.

    And maybe you could find a friendly volunteer, a fellow forum member who lives in the vicinity perhaps, who is willing to take digital pictures of the articles with a phone, and send them to you, just for the archive admission price + a travel + coffee expense fee. Maybe even the good folks of the Naval Marine Archive are willing to do this for you, but if available then maybe you'll need to become a member of the institution to obtain this extraordinary service . . :)

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    Good Luck !

    P.S. - For general naval info in print, check also the about half a million items, including nearly 60,000 books, in their Online Public Access Catalogue OPAC.
     
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  3. mustafaumu sarac
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    mustafaumu sarac Senior Member

    Thank you very much Angelique. Same collection is available at University Of Michigan and Mystic Seaport.
    Now its christmas holiday than the new year holiday. I will wait two weeks and will contact with michigan to hire a student individual researcher.
    IR would do the job , I wrote to Mystic Seaport also. If any works , I will contact with Ontario.
     
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