[78-L] Record Research Bulletins and Supplements

Michael Biel mbiel at mbiel.com.invalid
Sun Jan 18 07:20:45 PST 2015

Ray Wile might be the ideal source for the Bulletins.  He has told me
that he should have everything.  He was part of the group from the
start.  You would need to go or send someone to Queens help him locate
them since it is difficult for him to get around, but I think he would
appreciate the effort to preserve the materials.  He is listed in ARSC
membership directory.

Mike Biel  mbiel at mbiel.com

-------- Original Message --------
From: "zimrec at juno.com" <zimrec at juno.com.invalid>
Date: Sat, January 17, 2015 6:16 pm

Within the last two months, I received a call from the son of a friend
of mine, Dave "Red" Mdetzger, who passed away a couple years ago.
The remnants of his record & CD collection were carted off a few months
back, but there were books and magazines that 
the son wanted removed from the house so he could put it on the market.
I took several wine cartons full including some very good
books like Hendersonia, Paramount, Victor Master vol. 2, Fabulous Fives,
etc. After sorting the magazines, I measured the stack
of Record Research issues which came to about 8.5 inches - about 20 cm.
The problem is that of all the magazines, the stack of
Record Research is the only one that I've not sorted chronologically, so
it will take a while for me to let you know if I can help you.


>Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2015 23:34:24 +0100>
From: Ate van Delden <ate.vandelden at worldonline.nl.invalid>>v

During the Fifties and Sixties Record Research sometimes issued
bulletins (RRB) between >its regular issues. They contain major
discographical data and therefore I would like to >complete my set. I
have issues 3 through 12.>I can help others with completing theirs.>Then
Record Research also issued Supplements (RRS). I have issues 20 through
24 of these. >I belive that RRS 42 was issued as late as 1992.>RRB and
RRS may have overlapped.>Can anyone help?

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