Re: proposal for subjects in subject tree Tue, 01 December 1992 10:34 UTC

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Subject: Re: proposal for subjects in subject tree
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> Ton,
> I am including the proposed subject tree as I send this letter as a copy
> to a couple of people and lists. 

Anders and Ton: I'd be grateful if you could send a brief update on this tothe 
nir list.

People here in Australia are interested in working in this area too.

There are lots of librarians wh would lve to get into the discussion.
(Or I'd love them to!!s

I've been pointing them to the nir list (as being the list to keep informed of
new initiatives. )

discussion. (At least I'd love them to!)

Excuse typos.

Keep up the good work. 

-- Jill