3 posts total
Member # 88
From: Oklahoma City, OK
|posted 1/5/2009 10:56:49 AM
If it hasn't already been done, the entire archive of the Hellcat News should be digitized in one form or another and made available on the web site. This is not just a newsletter any more, it's a valuable reference that should be available for serious historical research.
|Ken K Legacy Member
Member # 214
|posted 1/7/2009 9:39:56 AM
Good to hear from you. Is your son still attending ACU?
Your topic was discussed on [at] conference call meeting the Museum Board had this past Sunday. The conclusion was how can it be done, and at what cost? Any direction to companies you know of who offer this service would be appreciated, it cuts down my Google time.
Member # 16
From: University at Buffalo (NY)
|posted 1/8/2009 7:41:59 AM
Bert and Ken: Does the Museum have all the back
issues of the Hellcat News? I recall an announcement in
the Hellcat News that someone had given a complete
collection to a member of the Association. This was
during the editorship of Frank Barndollar.