jkirk at SPRO.NET
Sat Sep 30 17:05:58 UTC 2006
The Huntington Archive is invaluable as an online research collection, more
especially considering that thousands of us scholars do not have the funds
to travel to all the various museums and foundations that house these arts.
In addition, no publishing house would print books encompassing such a large
collection in color, and if they did, nobody could afford it. My work
benefits from using the archive on many an occasion.
Joanna Kirkpatrick, PhD
Bennington College, retd.
----- Original Message -----
From: "John C. Huntington" <huntington.2 at OSU.EDU>
To: <INDOLOGY at liverpool.ac.uk>
Sent: Saturday, September 30, 2006 9:45 AM
> My sincere apologies for cross listing!
> We have an unusual (large) funding opportunity for the Huntington Archive
> from a private Endowment. As part of our communication with the
> foundation a few appreciatory notes from senior members of the two lists
> about the value of the Archive would be very useful right now. Nothing
> elaborate, a couple of lines at the most. You might mention a feature of
> it that you like if you care to but it is not necessary.
> Thank you all
> John C. Huntington, Professor
> (Buddhist Art and Methodologies)
> Please also visit our research site
> Department of the History of Art
> The Ohio State University
> Columbus, OH, U.S.A.
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