Herbertia issues

Cynthia Mueller c-mueller@tamu.edu
Mon, 07 Apr 2008 18:31:11 PDT
Dear All,
This sounds like a good way to get past Herbertia articles, but I do know - from viewing the stacks - at Texas A&M that the issues are all from the past - not from the present.  Don't recollect when the issues stopped here.  
The UT Department of Botany was sucked up into the Biology Department a few years ago.  At one time they had their own library, and librarian.  I remember browsing in the stacks near the librarian's counter once years ago when a graduate student asked about the availability of a certain book.  The Librarian said it could no longer be found, and he reluctantly went away.  Then she turned to the Assistant Librarian and said, "Heh! heh! I've got it right here...but I certainly wouldn't loan it to him....!   So now that librarians send pdf's or somesuch the chances of getting material should be greater than ever.  -Cynthia Mueller 

>>> "Deborah Jordan" <djordan68@comcast.net> 4/7/2008 6:50 PM >>>
Hi all--

I've had no problems getting what I need from past Herbertia's from two of the major universities in Texas. Just email the librarian and they will pdf you what you request. They usually reply quickly to your request email, but then it might take them a couple of weeks to send you the pdf articles requested--I'm sure its because they are very busy. Once they know you it gets faster.

Those universities would be Texas A&M College Station and UT Texas in Austin--both have wonderful and helpful librarians.
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