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June 2001, Week 2


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William Lafferty <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 12 Jun 2001 22:36:28 -0400
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On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Sandy Camargo wrote:

> The printed version of the directory would be useful, but my library does
> not seem to own one. The director whom I would like to contact is John
> Badham; an agency contact address would certainly be a useful place to
> start. So, if Professor Lafferty or anyone else has access to the printed
> DGA directory and would be willing to look up John Badham's address for me,
> I'd be grateful.

        My latest copy (which ain't all that late) is at my office, and,
being on a 9-month contract, I have little desire to disturb that
chamber's solitude.  However, Badham is a member of the DGA Board of
Directors, so he may be able to be contacted directly through the DGA.
Also, Dottie Love at the DGA ([log in to unmask]) will field requests for
agency info of members.  A 'phone call to the Chicago branch (or St.
Louis, if there be one) of the DGA would probably yield the same results;
just ask them to consult the directory, which is available from the DGA
for $25.00 (rather steep, methinks).

                         William Lafferty, PhD
                          Associate Professor

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