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Re: Geronimo's last Springfield

Posted by Lawrence F. Nirenberg on Tuesday, 17 September 2019, at 12:31 a.m., in response to Re: Geronimo's last Springfield, posted by Lawrence F. Nirenberg on Monday, 16 September 2019, at 3:18 p.m.

Dick;

According to Alex MacKenzie at the SAM the records that existed prior to the National Park Service taking over in December of 1978 ended up in PRIVATE HANDS, and are unavailable to the NPS. You wondered how I was told the date of manufacture by the Curator at the time I'd inquired. I acquired my T.D. several months prior to the end of 1978, and spoke to the Curator at some time before the records actually went into private hands. I don't know exactly when these records ceased to be available to the NPS, but I imagine it being some time within a year or so after the park service took over. A.M. said the records didn't belong to the N.P.S. He couldn't give me any additional information about the records that had existed.


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