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Re: Lou Kruh, was Re: VMs: Interesting site
Could Mr. Kruh be persuaded to approach Yale as a recipient
of the collection? If successful, in the long run that
could benefit our efforts to understand the Voynich
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Gillogly" <jim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, January 25, 2004 11:18 AM
Subject: Re: Lou Kruh, was Re: VMs: Interesting site
Rene Zandbergen wrote:
> --- Nick Pelling <incoming@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>BTW, VMs-related items in Lou Kruh's collection:
> All to the best of my knowledge:
> Lou Kruh was a friend of Jim Reeds, who died
> quite a number of years ago. Is this an old page?
> Is this not the same person, but perhaps Lou
> Kruh Jr?
> He was quite interested in the VMs.
Lou Kruh is a friend of mine, also, and he is still active
American Cryptogram Association, writing a book review
each issue of The Cryptogram, and he is one of the founding
of Cryptologia. He is trying to find a good home for the
collection, which he put up for sale relatively recently -
the last year, I think. He wants it all to go to a single
e.g. a university, a museum, or some other place where it
I don't know of a more extensive collection anywhere, either
private or public hands -- he's really been thorough!
Reports of his death are greatly exaggerated.
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