Message from discussion What to do with your collections after you go to rock & roll heaven?
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Subject: Re: What to do with your collections after you go to rock & roll heaven?
From: Eric Ramon <ramon.e...@gmail.com>
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On Nov 10, 5:50=A0am, espon...@webtv.net (F R) wrote:
> I've been curious for several years now what guys like Bruce, Roger,
> Dean...even Mike *and others who don't post as often..
> Have you made any provisions as to where your decades of research and
> collecting recordings, books, sheet music, =A0charts, etc. will wind up?
> It would be a pity after all the countless hours spent getting correct
> release dates, record labels, chart positions and other data to lie
> dormant after you're gone.
> Has anyone made or thought about how to preserve this accumulation of
> massive tangible and intangible info for future generations?
I have a neighbor who's in his 80s, who has a very extensive
collection of records from the 1920s. He's giving them to the library,