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re: to exist or not to exist

Mar 03, 1997 12:24 PM
by M K Ramadoss

At 02:10 PM 3/3/97 -0500, you wrote:
> (liesel f. deutsch) wrote:
>>> Are the letters or photographs of them preserved somewhere? Well now you've
>>> got me interested in looking.
>> Titus, in case no one answered your query, the original Mahatma letters are
>> stored in the British Museum, in a special vault (air conditioned I think)
>> to preserve them.
>Thanks. Yes I did hear that from JHE, who has photographs of them. When my
>current bandwidth permits, I'll take another look at Mahatma letters ... If
>I ever finish my dissertation on dreams. Sigh.
>It's interesting that they would show the Mahatma letters. I hear the British
>Museum is absolutely fascinating. A friend was there and said his glance
>happened to fall on a little rock in a corner exhibit with a little card next
>to it. Walking up for closer examination, he found the card said, "Rosetta
>stone". Typical British understatement!  In America it would be sponsored by
>Coca-Cola in neon signs with Rosetta stone t-shirts for sale next to it.

I believe for anyone to see the ML, if you contact TS HQ in London, they
give you a card which makes it easy for the British Museum to let you go and
look at them.


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