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From: Joe Bosserman <>
Subject: Re: [BRE] Rev. WOLFF
Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2002 05:23:43


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>Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 15:24:32 -0700
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>Stanford University Green Library also has volumes 1 and 2. Its closer to
>San Bruno than Modesto. Non Stanford affiliates can use the library free
>for up to seven days a year by filling out a registration form. Check the
>online catalog to see if they are checked out or in the stacks.
>
>At 01:49 PM 3/11/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>>Hi Carl, I was raised in Modesto. My sister checked for me and the Modesto
>>Church of the Brethren has volumes I and II of the Brethren Encyclopedia.
>>It may be months before I get there, but I plan to check it out. I have
>>never seen the Encyclopedia, but I understand there are 3 volumes and a
>>fourth one due to be out soon. I live near the San Francisco airport - in
>>San Bruno - and it is almost easier to drive 100 miles to Modesto then it is
>>to go to Berekely and find parking. I'm 73 and only drive in the day time.
>>So if and when I get there, I am willing to make copies of the information
>>that you want. email me privately and tell me exactly what you are looking
>>for, please. The Brethren network website lists a "Prince of Peace" church
>>in Sacramento that is connected to the Church of the Brethren. They may
>>have a library. Many do. Let me know.
>>Maxine Driscoll
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: "Carl Phillips" <>
>>To: <>
>>Sent: Monday, March 11, 2002 1:27 PM
>>Subject: Re: [BRE] Rev. WOLFF
>>
>>


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