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    Re: Off Topic but interesting to this group nevertheless...
    From: Dov Kruger
    Date: 2002 Jan 25, 10:18 AM

    Hi Dan,
    A friend signed on the Rose as 1st mate I believe, to take her over there, but 
    I never knew why she was going.  How cool.
    I just wanted to ask if you have a source that does have complete details on 
    lunars.  I just bought a 1916 Bowditch, which unfortunately does not have it. 
     In fact, I read that it did not on your list, but after I had already placed 
    the order.
    If you do have anything, it's presumably pretty old.  If it's not still 
    protected by copyright, and if you are willing, it would be great if you 
    could scan in a few pages....  I know I'm not the only one looking for books 
    of that nature.
    The original American Practical Navigator clearly had lunars, but copies are 
    upwards of $1000.  My father is at the New York Public Library, and if he can 
    get me a copy, I will scan in the relevant portions and put it up on my site.

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