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Finding a sourceEdit

Tips for finding a source yourself
  • Send a request to the author(s) of research papers for a copy of their paper by email
  • Check on Google Books, or your local library or national library may be able to obtain it through an interlibrary loan or subscription
  • Search Google Scholar for archived copies of journals in institutional repositories
  • Check whether your alma mater's library offers electronic document delivery services for alumni—many do, for a small fee

Note that sites like LibGen and Sci-Hub offer direct, free access to a very large range of publications, but there are legal questions around their use and neither the Wikimedia Foundation nor the Wikipedia community endorses them.

Making a request
  • A request may be an open question or you may ask for a specific journal, article or work
  • All kinds of sources are possible here: newspapers, magazine article, databases, encyclopedias, court decisions, laws, books, etc.
  • We cannot perform full book scans requests due to copyright
  • You may contact research helpers directly or make a request on this page
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  • Provide as much detail as possible: a full citation with author, title, publisher, and date or identifiers like DOI, ISBN ISSN, PMID, etc.
  • Once a request has been fulfilled add the {{Resolved}} template.
  • Filled requests are archived.
  • Requests unfilled after three months will be archived

Fulfilling a requestEdit

  • Anyone may offer advice and fulfill requests.
  • Indicate which part or parts of the request is being handled so others do not duplicate your work.
  • Notify (mention) the requester using {{ping|REQUESTER_USERNAME}}
  • You can point to a pre-existing electronic document by giving its URL ( http://... ). You can share scans of pages or documents using a file-sharing service, provided it is legal, or by emailing the content to the requester.
  • You can email a link or plain text to a requester using the Special:EmailUser feature but for attachments, you need to ask them to mail you first so you can reply.

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Reference resourcesEdit

Direct contact
Volunteers who will locate and send articles for you and are willing to be contacted to handle complex queries or answer questions
  • phoebe -- can access most research databases, verify citations, explain journal abbreviations, help with research techniques and interlibrary loan. I can also help you figure out where to get it if I can't get it myself. Please leave a message on my talk page or send wikipedia email.
  • German Wikipedians have access to loads of German, Austrian and Swiss libraries and are often willing to fulfill requests. --Flominator (talk) 13:03, 25 March 2008 (UTC)
  • Someguy1221 (talk) I have access to most english-language scientific journals, as well as JSTOR. Feel free to email me a specific request, and I'll email you back a PDF if I can find one. Someguy1221 (talk) 04:18, 24 April 2008 (UTC)
  • Doc Taxon, feel free to inquire on this talk page about Your requests. I have access to many databases, mostly free to German National Licenses. But I also consult books, magazines and newspapers for You, to help the Wikipedia growing on. Doc Taxon (talk) 15:39, 9 August 2010 (UTC)
  • Tom Morris (talk) has got JSTOR, plenty of other databases and access to libraries in London including the University of London library. –Tom Morris (talk) 23:09, 29 November 2010 (UTC)
  • Miyagawa I'm a reader at the British Library and am usually in their reading room at least once a month. I also have accept to the Times Archives and most recent British newspapers after the early 90s. Miyagawa (talk) 19:50, 3 October 2011 (UTC)
  • Johnbod I have most of the books listed on my user page (at S. 8 "refs"), mainly on art and art history, and can help with simple requests for information and references, but please be very specific in making requests. Johnbod (talk) 13:46, 20 March 2012 (UTC)
  • OhanaUnited - I have access to JSTOR, Elsevier, and lots of other journals through University of Toronto library. OhanaUnitedTalk page 23:56, 9 April 2012 (UTC)
  • Newyorkadam- I have access to ProQuest, JSTOR, ProQuest Historical Newspapers, Gale - Student Resources, eLibrary, CultureGrams, ABC-CLIO, Britannica Online, Questia, Brain Pop Español, World Book Online, Booklist Online, Brain Pop, PA & Access PA Digital Repository, Atomic Learning, and PA POWER Library! Phew... -Newyorkadam (talk) 00:26, 20 January 2014 (UTC)Newyorkadam
  • ZellFaze Have access to HighBeam and am willing to check resources my local library has access to (don't have list at the moment as they are only accessible in the library itself). And willing to do some deep Googling as well. Zell Faze (talk) 02:07, 25 June 2014 (UTC)
  • Berganus - Brazilian sources (books, magazines and newspapers). Please leave a message on my talk page in Portuguese Wikipedia. Berganus (talk) 23:55, 8 July 2014 (UTC)
  • Masssly - I have access to HighBeam, PastMasters, JStor and University of Ghana Archives. Just leave a list of what you want on my talk page or you can email me directly. I'm also good at finding references using Google, let me know your area of interest I could be of help.—Sadat (Masssly)TalkCEmail 22:15, 6 December 2014 (UTC)
  • Kingturtle - I have access to most U.S. peer-reviewed journals. Kingturtle = (talk) 14:07, 9 March 2015 (UTC)
  • CFCF 🍌 (email) I have access to a very large number of medical articles and e-books from all around the world and in many languages. I also have full access to a number of physical university libraries. If you need something scanned I will help out best I can but it might take a while. Feel free to mail me!
  • Kharkiv07 I have access to a large amount of academic resources, mostly American and legal and history based. That being said, I'm able to pull a large amount of other subjects. Feel free to leave a message on my talk page or e-mail me. Kharkiv07 (T) 18:12, 1 October 2015 (UTC)
  • MrLinkinPark333 - I have access to and from the Wikipedia Library. Outside of the TWL, I have access to EBSCO, JSTOR, Gale, and Proquest. --MrLinkinPark333 (talk) 20:33, 10 October 2015 (UTC) -
  • Alexmar983 - I have access to all main databases, a network of contact around the world in important research centres such as MIT, CNRS or ESA and I have a good archive of scanned pdfs of scientific books.--Alexmar983 (talk) 05:48, 11 April 2016 (UTC)
  • Rob (BU Rob13) - I have access through my university to most of the "typical" databases (JSTOR, ProQuest, Gale, etc) and access to most US peer-reviewed journals. My university has an extensive collection of rare books, so I may be able to help with more difficult requests. ~ RobTalk 06:13, 11 April 2016 (UTC)
  • FourViolas - Harvard's resources: world-class book collection, and pretty good online journal article access. Search here to see if I can help. Willing to scan short selections. Delay may be several days to weeks during busy times of the school year. FourViolas (talk) 13:40, 6 August 2016 (UTC)
  • AFBorchert — I have access to the archives of the New York Times, Irish Times, and The Times. --AFBorchert (talk) 14:53, 16 August 2016 (UTC)
  • Ahecht — I have access to the Miramar Ship Index. --Ahecht (TALK
    ) 14:15, 16 October 2017 (UTC)
  • Buffaboy — I have access to quite a few databases and can make trips to several local libraries if need be. Buffaboy talk 03:04, 23 December 2017 (UTC)
  • Gazal world — I have access to JSTOR, Oxford University Press, Edinburgh University Press, Project MUSE, EBSCO, De Gruyter, Questia, HeinOnline and Economic and Political Weekly. My university library has an extensive collection of India-related books, so I may be able to help with Indian topics related requests --Gazal world (talk) 03:23, 12 January 2018 (UTC)
  • Wugapodes — I have access to most databases and peer-reviewed journals in the United States as well as almost any book held by a university in the Borrow Direct ILL program. Wugapodes [thɑk] [ˈkan.ˌʧɹɪbz] 06:12, 12 December 2018 (UTC)
  • DannyS712 - I have access to a couple of sources, include the New York Times, Oxford University Press, HeinOnline, and JSTOR. --DannyS712 (talk) 11:00, 5 January 2019 (UTC)
  • Bruce1ee — I have Wikipedia Library access to Questia, JSTOR,,, Oxford University Press, Gale, Taylor & Francis, EBSCO and Project MUSE; I also have university library access to a number of databases, including ProQuest, Springer, Wiley, SAGE, ScienceDirect, etc. —Bruce1eetalk 11:35, 19 April 2019 (UTC)
  • StudiesWorld (talk) - I have access to a number of databases through various source. I also have physical access to a large collection of books and a broad collection of leftist zines. I'm also happy yo help directly with research. StudiesWorld (talk) 10:28, 18 May 2019 (UTC)

Shared sources: Editors post sources they are willing to share access to at the shared resources page

New requestsEdit


April 2019Edit

Reviews of Ancient EveningsEdit

Hello, I am looking for the text of three discussions of Norman Mailer's Ancient Evenings, for use at the article Ancient Evenings. In each case EBSCO contains only a listing of the review, not its text.

The first is the review by Dennis Forbes. It was published in The Advocate, 7/21/83, Issue 372, p50. ISSN: 0001-8996.

The second is the review by Boyd McDonald. It was published in the New York Native, 9/12/83, Issue 72, p40. Title: "Ba, Ka and Ca-ca".

The third is the review by Philip Kuberski. It was published in ELH. Volume 56, Issue 1, pp. 229-254. ISSN: 00138304. DOI: 10.2307/2873130. Title: "The metaphysics of postmodern death: Mailer's Ancient evenings and Merrill's The changing light at Sandover". There is a link to an extract from the review here.

Thanks, FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 07:49, 29 April 2019 (UTC)

  Sent #3. --Gazal world (talk) 07:54, 29 April 2019 (UTC)
Thank you, Gazal world. Unfortunately something seems to have gone wrong, as I'm not seeing the email. Maybe try sending it again? FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 08:02, 29 April 2019 (UTC)
Now..? --Gazal world (talk) 10:00, 29 April 2019 (UTC)
I've got the email and its attachment now, thank you. FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 22:05, 29 April 2019 (UTC)
@FreeKnowledgeCreator: sent #1. --Worldbruce (talk) 04:32, 18 May 2019 (UTC)
Got it, thanks. Struck the fulfilled part of my request. FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 04:36, 18 May 2019 (UTC)
@FreeKnowledgeCreator: For #2, it would seem the publication's archive is available at the New York Public Library; however, it would seem it does not include the actual periodical, only correspondence to the editorial board and issue metadata. It looks like the publication was controversial for most of its lifespan for dogmatically publishing claims about AIDS which were plainly contrary to scientific evidence[1]; I wouldn't be surprised if none of the (I imagine quite scholarly) entities who did archives of periodicals at the time thought the actual issues were worth preserving. Compassionate727 (T·C) 13:40, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
Thank you for looking into this. I am aware of the history of the New York Native and its claims about AIDS, a subject with no relevance to my request. FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 21:44, 16 July 2019 (UTC)


  1. ^ Pogrebin, Robert (January 9, 1997). "Controversial Gay Magazine Shuts Down". The New York Times.

May 2019Edit

Hollywood Reporter page 1 Superman movie article from December 28, 1978Edit

question to user Sudiani

Hi, I am User:Starmarco2014 and you helped me to ask a question to user Sudiani about a Hollywood Reporter page 1 article from December 28, 1978. He answered this: "I don't have a copy of the article/edition. The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts have the daily editions of The Hollywood Reporter for that period which is where I saw the information. If you are just interested in the Jaws II record, possibly Variety reported similar information when Superman came out and their back issues are available online."

I would like to answer that and ask another question :

Thanks for your attention Sudiani. I actually want to know about Superman movie Christmas 1978 box office and Hollywood Reporter from December 27 and 28 ,1978 has such info ( I am a Variety subscriber and unfortunately it doesn't have this information from Hollywood Reporter that you saw.) As I live in Brazil, I would like a favor: one day,if you go again to The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts , can you please copy the text or photo the 'Superman' takes $3.2 mil one day December 28th 1978 article for me?? And see if the December 27 edition has more info? I would be so grateful... Regards. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Starmarco2014 (talkcontribs) 05:14, 12 May 2019 (UTC)

Starmarco2014, if I understand your request correctly, you are asking for an article entitled "Superman takes $3.2 mil one day" from a December 27–28 issue of The Hollywood Reporter. Is that correct? Thanks, --Usernameunique (talk) 05:04, 8 July 2019 (UTC)
Starmarco2014, posting your comment here so it gets more views:
Starmarco2014: "That's almost correct. I need the front page of Hollywood Reporter from December 28th, 1978. The article that says 'Superman' takes $3.2 mil one day."

CRSP seminarEdit

I need the article shown in this google snippet which I think is (based on corresponding page numbers),

  • Rosenberg, B., and V. Marathe. "Common factors in security returns: microeconomic determinants and macroeconomic correlations", Proceedings of the Seminar on the Analysis of Security Prices, (1975): pp. 61-115.

It's a seminar of the Center for Research in Security Prices. The article in Barron's referred to in the snippet would also be useful if it can be identified.

For Yhprum's law

Thanks, SpinningSpark 19:37, 13 May 2019 (UTC)

The snippet-preview exhibited by Google Books vary widely across regions; please enable other identification features for the second resource. WBGconverse 03:30, 30 May 2019 (UTC)
@Spinningspark: Can you elaborate on how you reached your conclusions regarding the bibliographic information? Those authors did not write a paper by that title on those pages of the 1975 proceedings. They did write a piece by that title that was published in 1976 as working paper 44 in the Research Program in Finance Working Papers series,[1] but it does not contain anything about Barrons, Murphy's law, or Yhprum's law. Did you ask Google Books for the author and title? --Worldbruce (talk) 23:27, 30 May 2019 (UTC)
@Worldbruce and Winged Blades of Godric: Sorry, I can't remember where I saw the citation that led me to that conclusion, but you appear to be right, the one I cited is 1976, not 1975. The page number in the snippet is p. 73 in vol. 20, 1975. I have no more information on the Barron's source unless there is a full citation in the seminar article. The snippet I can read says "Barron's recently suggested a converse of Murphy's law, which they labeled Yhprum's law." SpinningSpark 11:33, 31 May 2019 (UTC)
An even bigger mistake was not looking on the article talk page. Someone else found the same info in 2012 and gave better citations
* Alan Abelson, Barron's, 9 December 1974
* *Robert W. Murphy (May 1975). "New Fiduciary Responsibilities Under the Pension Reform Act of 1974". Proceedings of the Seminar on the Analysis of Security Prices 20 (1): 73-112.
Thanks for bearing with me. SpinningSpark 13:59, 31 May 2019 (UTC)
@Spinningspark: sent Barron's National Business and Financial Weekly. --Worldbruce (talk) 19:28, 31 May 2019 (UTC)

@Spinningspark: Is this resolved, or are you still looking for a copy of the Proceedings piece? Compassionate727 (T·C) 13:57, 16 July 2019 (UTC)

It would be nice to have it for verification purposes, but I don't know if there it has anything more to add to the article now. SpinningSpark 14:48, 16 July 2019 (UTC)

Arthur Cornwallis Madan (looking for obituary )Edit

For Arthur Cornwallis Madan

I try to write an article on the prolific British linguist (and missionary) Arthur Cornwallis Madan.

I hope for an obituary in the Oxford University calendar, 1917.

There could be an obituary at Visitation of England and Wales, vol 19, Joseph Jackson Howard, Frederick Arthur Crisp, Priv. printed, 1917 , possibly page 35

There is something on Madan at Walter Lock, Oxford Memories, Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1932 , pp 105 - 107

Thanks, Kipala (talk) 13:28, 19 May 2019 (UTC)

@Kipala: #2 is available at the Internet Archive here, page 52. —Bruce1eetalk 13:54, 19 May 2019 (UTC)
#3 is available at the HathiTrust here, page 105. —Bruce1eetalk 14:02, 19 May 2019 (UTC)
There is also mail me and I can send it.Shyamal (talk) 18:14, 19 May 2019 (UTC)
Sent. Alumni Oxoniensis might be useful too - see Shyamal (talk) 01:22, 20 May 2019 (UTC)
@Kipala: Please Wikimail me and I'll send #3 (the HathiTrust pages) to you. —Bruce1eetalk 21:32, 19 May 2019 (UTC)
@Kipala:   Sent #3. —Bruce1eetalk 17:28, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
Kipala, hm, doesn't the page you're linking to for #1 suggest that there's no such obituary? See also Google Books: [2] and [3] (two different scans of the 1917 volume) give only four pages containing "Arthur" and "Cornwallis", and if you look at the snippets (which I hope are also displayed at your end), the individual's only mention appears to be on page 428 as part of a list. Doesn't look to me like there is an obituary. — Pajz (talk) 04:10, 23 May 2019 (UTC)

A South African periodical articleEdit

  • Begg, K.S. (1995): The honey badgers of the Mana Pools National Park. Endangered Wildlife 20: 20-23 ISSN 1016-1902

For Honey badger

Thanks, Roger (Dodger67) (talk) 11:34, 27 May 2019 (UTC)

Journal of Indo-European StudiesEdit

For Klaus_Klostermaier. Thanks, WBGconverse 03:32, 30 May 2019 (UTC)

Winged Blades of Godric, sent. — Pajz (talk) 15:41, 1 July 2019 (UTC)
Winged Blades of Godric, just confirming that this can be marked as {{resolved}}. Thanks, --Usernameunique (talk) 03:32, 8 July 2019 (UTC)
Winged Blades of Godric, I'm sorry, could you please advise if you have received it? Thanks. — Pajz (talk) 20:56, 15 July 2019 (UTC)

June 2019Edit

Jadavpur Journal of Comparative LiteratureEdit

I need an article "19th Century Gujarati Literature: A Study of Its Contact with Western Literature' written by Sitanshu Yashaschandra. It was published in the 'Jadavpur Journal of Comparative Literature' ISSN 0970-0692. From this Google book snippet, it is obvious that the article was appeared between the four issues (volumes 24 to 29). I don't have further information.

Need this article for several Gujarati literature related articles. Thanks, Gazal world (talk) 08:44, 3 June 2019 (UTC)

If possible, please also provide me one more article "Emergence of Modernism in Gujarati Poetry and the Western Influence" from the same. --Gazal world (talk) 15:28, 3 June 2019 (UTC)
I will be going to JU, sometime around two months from now; that's a certain way out. I happen to know one of the current editors (presuming that the details over their website is correct), personally and will see, as to whether it can speed this up. WBGconverse 09:55, 7 June 2019 (UTC)
Winged Blades of Godric, in the alternative / if the attempt to speed it up should prove unfruitful, I could order the volume (25.1987 per from a partner library (may take a week or so). Just putting this here since two months is, of course, quite a bit of time. — Pajz (talk) 01:45, 8 June 2019 (UTC)
I am receiving this material the day after tomorrow. WBGconverse 11:03, 28 June 2019 (UTC)
@Winged Blades of Godric: Are you working on this request? --Gazal world (talk) 06:23, 3 July 2019 (UTC)
Winged Blades of Godric, hm, since Gazal world doesn't seem to have received it yet, is this still in the works and, if so, do you perhaps have an idea when you may be able to send it? Best, — Pajz (talk) 21:12, 15 July 2019 (UTC)

Perdicaris pt. 2Edit

  • Trenton (N.J.) Evening Times. August 26, 1925. Missing or empty |title= (help)

For Ion Perdicaris I am under the impression there is an obituary of Perdicaris in this issue... Thanks, Eddie891 Talk Work 15:41, 8 June 2019 (UTC)

@Eddie891: I found two returns for "Perdicaris" in the Trenton Evening Times on Ancestry, 84 on, and an indeterminate number (I can't see without activating a trial subscrption) from Genealogy Bank. Neither of the former two appear to contain an obituary, nor any returns after 1921. The reason may (or may not) be that 1925 works are not in the public domain (1924 and prior are). Compassionate727 (T·C) 14:27, 16 July 2019 (UTC)

Seismological Society of America AbstractsEdit

Greetings, has someone access to:

  1. "Donovan, R.N. (1985). The Meers Fault as a hinge to the Wichita Frontal Fault Zone, Seismol. Soc. Am. Abstr., 80th An"
  2. "Madole, R. F. and Meyer, R. , 1985, Holocene movement on the Meers Fault, Southwest Oklahoma"

For Meers Fault

Thanks, Jo-Jo Eumerus (talk, contributions) 15:21, 13 June 2019 (UTC)

IAEA RepositoryEdit

Greetings, has someone access to these publications/chapters? [4], [5], [6] For Meers Fault

Thanks, Jo-Jo Eumerus (talk, contributions) 15:21, 13 June 2019 (UTC)

#1 is available here on ResearchGate. --Gazal world (talk) 16:42, 13 June 2019 (UTC)

Books IndiaEdit

p. 29 (according to this Google books snippet. For Maranottar. Thanks, Gazal world (talk) 22:52, 13 June 2019 (UTC)

Note: Quite a few libraries have this catalogued as a book rather than a journal/serial. — Pajz (talk) 20:31, 14 June 2019 (UTC)

Weekly Television DigestEdit

Hi, I am looking for some old publications in Weekly Television Digest. I need them for an article about the Fairchild Channel F video game console in German Wikipedia ( . Unfortunately Google only shows some snippets :o( Here they are:

  1. (1976, Vol. 16, pt. 1, pages 96 and 151)
  2. (1976, Vol. 16, pt. 1, pages 9 and 71)
  3. (1977, Vol. 17, pt. 1, preview on top - nopage number available)
  4. (1978, Vol. 18, page 34)
  5. (1978, Vol. 18, page 39)
  6. (1978, Vol. 18, pt. 1, page 70 and 80)

Any help appreciated!

Thanks, Schnurrikowski (talk) 10:01, 15 June 2019 (UTC)

Noone? Schnurrikowski (talk) 16:14, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
I don't know. Does @Gazal world: have any tips on how to game Google's preview system to obtain full-page previews? Compassionate727 (T·C) 13:18, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
@Compassionate727: That trick work only for 'open' Google books. These all books are 'closed'. --Gazal world (talk) 13:38, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
I think I can guess what "closed" means in this case, but I'm not sure about "open". I'm aware, at this point, of four types of books on Google Books: those which lack any digital preview, those which provide small excerpts like this, those which provide full-page previews, and those where the entire book is freely accessible. Which of the latter two are "open" in the sense that you're using it? Compassionate727 (T·C) 13:49, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
Open, in my sense, are those books which 'provide full-page previews'. --Gazal world (talk) 16:07, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
I think there is no way to get a full view. The only way is to visit a library, I think :o( In Germany, where I live, there is no library carrying these particular volumes. Perhaps someone in US has access to libraries given by worldcat? Best regards, Schnurrikowski (talk) 06:29, 17 July 2019 (UTC)

Her Space, Her Story: Exploring the Stepwells of GujaratEdit

Page numbers are not visible in Google Books, But Chapter 7 is what I need. For Rani ki vav, the World Heritage Site

Thanks, Nizil (talk) 07:59, 20 June 2019 (UTC)

According to the list of volunteers given above, User:FourViolas may help with this, as the book is available in this library. --Gazal world (talk) 09:42, 4 July 2019 (UTC)
Maybe Wugapodes can help with this request? It is held by several Borrow Direct libraries (OCLC 898408173). Best, — Pajz (talk) 20:49, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
@Nizil Shah and Pajz: the ILL request has been placed. I'll let you know when I get it, ideally in a couple days but can be up to 14 days depending on the lending institution. Wug·a·po·des​ 22:54, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
Thank you all for help. Eagerly waiting. Regards,-Nizil (talk) 13:53, 17 July 2019 (UTC)

Article in Architectural DigestEdit

Hello. In order to create William Yeoward, could someone please send me a PDF or a copy and paste of:

Please ping me when you have it. Thank you.Zigzig20s (talk) 03:07, 24 June 2019 (UTC)

@Zigzig20s: Have you tried to create a free account? All they want is an email address and password, which will give you free access to four articles. —Bruce1eetalk 06:13, 24 June 2019 (UTC)
Yes, and it doesn't work.Zigzig20s (talk) 06:43, 24 June 2019 (UTC)
That's surprising. Anyway, the June 2019 issue of Architectural Digest doesn't appear to have this story. Perhaps it will appear in the July issue, which hasn't been published yet. —Bruce1eetalk 06:51, 24 June 2019 (UTC)
Zigzig20s, also not in the July/August issue. Maybe it's online-only content. If so, it seems rather unlikely that someone has institutional access to that. As others have said, according to their website, signing up should give you access to a few articles. If that doesn't work, as you say, I would drop them an email. They want to sell subscriptions, after all, so it should be in their interest that new user accounts work the way they are supposed to work. — Pajz (talk) 22:29, 8 July 2019 (UTC)

Communications Toolkit, 4th Edition (ISBN 9780170284158)Edit

I'm seeking a PDF of the fourth edition of the Communications Toolkit textbook by Grellier and Goerke, ebook ISBN 9780170284158. Thank you for any assistance! Vaticidalprophet (talk) 07:10, 26 June 2019 (UTC)

@Vaticidalprophet: This Google Book preview may help you. —Bruce1eetalk 07:24, 26 June 2019 (UTC)
Vaticidalprophet, it seems unlikely that anyone here will be able to fulfill this request. There are maybe two Worldcat holdings for the electronic version versus ~50 for the print edition. If you are interested in a particular chapter, it might make sense to add that information to the request. — Pajz (talk) 23:05, 28 June 2019 (UTC)

Pages from Uncommon Heroes: A Celebration of Heroes and Role Models for Gay and Lesbian AmericansEdit

Hello. In order to expand A Special Agent: Gay and Inside the FBI, Could someone please send me page(s) 76 and possibly beyond about Buttino in:

Please ping me when you have them. Thank you.Zigzig20s (talk) 13:10, 27 June 2019 (UTC)

Paleontological articlesEdit

Hi, I need some articles about paleontology to work on certain taxa. I apologize if there is missing information, I can't find some things.

  1. Størmer, Leif (1974). "Arthropods from the Lower Devonian (Lower Emsian) of Alken an der Mosel, Germany. Part 4: Eurypterida, Drepanopteridae, and other groups". Senckenbergiana lethaea. 54: 359–451. ASIN B004HQL4BW.
  2. Størmer, Leif (1973). "Arthropods from the Lower Devonian (Lower Emsian) of Alken an der Mosel, Germany. Part 3: Eurypterida, Hughmilleridae". Senckenbergiana lethaea. 54: 119–205. ASIN B002KECODU. OCLC 993630406.
  3. Størmer, Leif (1972). "Arthropods from the Lower Devonian (Lower Emsian) of Alken an der Mosel, Germany. Part 2: Xiphosura". Senckenbergiana lethaea. 53: 1–29. ASIN B004DKA48G.
  4. Størmer, Leif (1936). Eurypteriden aus dem Rheinischen Unterdevon (in German). 175. Abhandlungen der Preussischen Geologischen Landesanstalt, Neue Folge. pp. 1–74. ISBN 9783510966387. OCLC 17788736.
  5. Størmer, Leif (1936). "Mixopterus dolichoshelus (Laurie MS), a Downtonian eurypterid from Scotland". Summary of Progress of the Geological Survey: 41–46. OCLC 2251658.
  6. Størmer, Leif (1934). "Merostomata from the Downtonian Sandstone of Ringerike, Norway". Skrifter utgitt av det Norske videnskaps-akademi i Oslo. I, Matem.-naturvid. klasse. 10: 1–125. OCLC 145168894.
  7. Størmer, Leif (1934). "Downtontian Merostomata from Spitsbergen with remarks on the suborder Synziphosura". Skrifter utgitt av det Norske videnskaps-akademi i Oslo. I, Matem.-naturvid. klasse. 3: 1–26. OCLC 7922001.
  8. Pfeiffer, H. (1968). "Die Spurenfossilien des Kulms (Dinants) und Devons der Frankenwälder Querzone (Thüringen)". Jahrbuch der Geologie (in German). 2: 651–717.

Thanks. Super Ψ Dro 08:42, 28 June 2019 (UTC)

Super Dromaeosaurus, well, not to discourage anyone here, but that's about 350 pages plus two additional articles with an unknown page range (if I'm understanding you correctly), none of which seems to exist in digital form. I mean, always happy to help out here, but quite frankly that would be a lot even if all the regular users on this page collaborated on filling the request ... In light of this, if any of your requested articles are of higher priority than others, it might be worthwhile to add that information to the request. — Pajz (talk) 22:54, 28 June 2019 (UTC)
To be honest, I did not have high hopes with that set of documents either, but I preferred to reduce the number of requests. Now I have added them separately but not all have complete information. My priorities are the first three documents and the fifth. I doubt that I will edit the articles for which I need the rest until at least a month, so I could delete them and request them later? And a note: the second one is definitely from 1973 but the link says it's from 1971, I don't know why. Super Ψ Dro 07:44, 29 June 2019 (UTC)
Well, so how about this:   Doing... #2, #3, #5 (next week), feel free to ping me regarding #1 in August if you haven't received it by then. — Pajz (talk) 08:19, 29 June 2019 (UTC)
Okay then, I will. Super Ψ Dro 10:13, 29 June 2019 (UTC)
Super Dromaeosaurus, sent #5. — Pajz (talk) 15:39, 1 July 2019 (UTC)
Received. Thank you! Super Ψ Dro 16:49, 1 July 2019 (UTC)
Super Dromaeosaurus, sent #2, #3. — Pajz (talk) 18:38, 2 July 2019 (UTC)
Recevied as well, thanks again! Super Ψ Dro 19:30, 2 July 2019 (UTC)

A pamphlet by TrotskyEdit

"The Role and Tasks of the Trade Unions", with a preface dated December 25, 1920. Authored by Leon Trotsky on behalf of “a number of responsible workers”.

Primary source but still needed for Trade unions in the Soviet Union. Mentioned over multiple places like here, here and here.

Also, the pamphlet was a slightly edited version of a 'preliminary draft of theses' entitled The trade unions and their future role per this. The latter (written in Russian) will suffice for me and may be located at Tenth Party Congress, app.10, p.786 per this.

Thanks, WBGconverse 11:05, 28 June 2019 (UTC)

@Winged Blades of Godric: You mean, the piece that left V. I. Lenin "amazed at the number of theoretical mistakes and glaring blunders it contains", and led him to question "how could anyone starting a big Party discussion on this question produce such a sorry excuse for a carefully thought out statement?" ;) ——SerialNumber54129 11:12, 28 June 2019 (UTC)
Yep:-( Was writing a draft of 2 articles around this aspect (off-wiki) and need to read the exact stuff, that Trostsky wrote, to clear my own understanding. WBGconverse 11:19, 28 June 2019 (UTC)
  • Pinging Tovarishch Timbo, who, if he can't source it for you, may know why it's not at; he may also be able to clarify whether it's contained within Trotsky's Selected Writings or those Chinese pamphlets which republished Lenin (although not sure they did Trotsky too?). But if it's in either of those I should be able to scan for you (depending on how long it takes to dig the bloody things out). In the meantime, Blades, I've sent you something you linked too. Remember to check boîte de spam. ——SerialNumber54129 11:57, 28 June 2019 (UTC)
  • Ooo, a Trotsky bibliography question: nice! I take it from this page that you are trying to locate a copy of this pamphlet, yes? Opening statement: for all the Trotsky works published, shelves of them, not all the early stuff is accessible and certainly not all of it is translated. After 1929 the situation is much better. But you know that. Okay, first I'll dig out Sinclair... Thank you for that date of the intro, that makes the process easy... Sinclair has it listed as 210000(13) Rol' i zadachi professionalnykh soiuzov with seven reprints up to 1922, all Russian pamphlet editions it would seem. German translations to something listed as RussKor (1921) and RussRund (1922). I'm seeing no evidence that it has ever been reprinted after 1922, nor any translation into English via Inprecorr, which sucks. That bibliography was published in 1989, so there is a chance of a post-Soviet period reissue, but I would not bank on it. Carr could be counted on for at least a summary if it was after 1923, when his detail started to get finer. Sorenson Life and Death of Soviet Trade Unionism only lists English titles by Trotsky in the bibliography, plus the (incomplete) Russian Sochineniia, which probably does not include it or it would have showed up there in Sinclair. Nor did it run in serial in Pravda, seemingly, which would be another way to get there through microfilm. Awww, hell, lemme check Carr just to be sure... There's a ton of coverage of soviet unions (The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923: Volume 2 is where to look, but the index for that is at the end of vol. 3) but nothing obviously relating to the pamphlet you seek. I struck out running the title at MIA as well, but didn't really expect to find it there given the rarity of the item and lack of post-1922 reprints. Last hope is a Russian search... Hmmm, that's not a zero at least. WorldCat shows four holdings of the 1920 edition ( with Stanford having actually committed the 32-page pamphlet to microfilm ( -- this film also being held by Oxford University, it would seem. That's about $100 to obtain through their microforms department, as far as I know they are still selling film but many institutions have now stopped. Also one copy of the 1921 edition in existence at Cambridge. Some remote chance you could get it cheaper than that from Stanford as a pdf dub of film. Some even more remote chance I will make it to Stanford this summer to play and could scan it up if I do, as long as you remind me.
TLDR Summary: You're screwed, sorry. best, --tim //// Carrite (talk) 15:48, 28 June 2019 (UTC) Ping: Winged Blades of Godric, Serial Number 54129
P.S. This appears to have been a pamphlet written FOR the 10th Party Congress. Full title: Rolʹ i zadachi professionalʹnykh soi︠u︡zov. - K 10-mu sʹezdy partii. Carrite (talk) 15:50, 28 June 2019 (UTC)
Thanks Carrite, much appreciate the thorough probing. Is the post-1929 stuff more easily available because it was out of Stalin's reach then? @Winged Blades of Godric:, emailed you again. ——SerialNumber54129 16:10, 28 June 2019 (UTC)
Serial Number 54129, I wouldn't phrase it exactly like that, but that's the idea. He was in exile, everything he wrote was carefully preserved and generally published by his followers, and there was no worry about censorship vanishing material. This is why Pathfinder's Writings of Leon Trotsky starts with 1929 and runs through his murder in 1940, while the earlier material is very thin in depth of coverage and is generally limited to published books, rather than speeches and pamphlets. Even the two volumes of his (partial, not completed) Sochineniia [Collected Works] for 1917 haven't been translated or republished even today -- except for the very famous long intro, Lessons of October. It's a weird situation, in which the later material is more or less totally available while some of the earlier stuff is STILL virtually "lost." Carrite (talk) 16:18, 28 June 2019 (UTC)
BTW, if you know Russian well and have an interest in doing Trotsky translations for publication, it is a 100% iron-clad lock that Haymarket Books would publish such a thing. Carrite (talk) 16:22, 28 June 2019 (UTC)
Cheers Carrite: I'm afraid I don't speak a word :) Latin is bad enough, and at least that's in the same script :) on a lighter note (*trivia alert*) I won the complete set of the Pathfinder Writings in a raffle at their bookshop in The Cut over 20 years ago. Now I feel old. ——SerialNumber54129 16:34, 28 June 2019 (UTC)
Carrite, hm, is that and/or (via Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library)? If I understand this correctly, these works are digitised and accessible from the reading room of the Presidential Library as well as from one of the "Remote access centers" (as listed on the map at the bottom; most are in Russia, but some are located in other parts of the world). (Apparently there's also a terminal in my library that provides access to their electronic collection, though I don't think I can help here since I speak no Russian whatsoever and therefore don't think I would be able to use it.) — Pajz (talk) 16:58, 28 June 2019 (UTC)
Wow, great find, Pajz, that's the item! The one American location is something called the "Russian Cultural Center' in Washington, DC. Now, is that actually digitized and downloadable? Don't know. But if you can score a pdf, that would get us there... Роль и задачи профессиональных союзов is the title in Cyrillic... Carrite (talk) 17:50, 28 June 2019 (UTC) (The first link is the correct item, the second is to a joint reprint with Lenin which may or may not be complete.)
Carrite (Winged Blades of Godric), ok, so I didn't have much time but I did check and as far as I could see, there is a digital version available (again, I don't speak Russian, but the title on the front cover matches the one you mentioned, so I suppose I was looking at the right thing). I browsed through it using some sort of custom viewer, however, I saw no way to initiate a download and/or print it out. I thought perhaps it's possible to take a screenshot using Windows' Snipping Tool, but the feature is inaccessible on the machine and, aside from that, I don't know how I would proceed from there anyway as I'm apparently not allowed to use a USB flash drive and the rest of the internet is inaccessible from the computer. I'm going to email the library's Eastern Europe department and ask if they know of a way to create a copy, but I'm not very hopeful. — Pajz (talk) 15:55, 1 July 2019 (UTC)
Very cool, Pajz. A set of 32 screen captures might work. Librarians make idiotic rules, scholars figure out how to work around them — USB stealth probably the play. Carrite (talk) 16:30, 1 July 2019 (UTC)
Yeah, I'd be able to turn them into a pdf if wanted. ——SerialNumber54129 16:33, 1 July 2019 (UTC)
I'd be very happy to digitally edit, convert to pdf, and put it up on the internets. Also suggest a set of digital photos, which would work fine and may well be okay by library rules... Carrite (talk) 16:35, 1 July 2019 (UTC)

July 2019Edit

SERNAGEOMIN/Instituto de Investigaciones GeológicasEdit

Greetings, has someone access to this article? "Ramírez and Huete, 1981

   C. Ramírez, C. Huete
   Geología de la Hoja Ollagüe. Escala 1:250.000. Carta Geológica de Chile 40
   Instituto de Investigaciones Geológicas, Santiago, Chile (1981)"

For Ollagüe. WorldCat item; article link (?)

Thanks, Jo-Jo Eumerus (talk, contributions) 15:57, 1 July 2019 (UTC)

Yayati (novel)Edit

1. "Google book snippet". Lokrajya. Bombay: Directorate-General of Information and Public Relations. Vol. 32. 1976. ISSN 0024-5917. OCLC 139087112.

Need an article/articles which passes through pp. 15, 20 and 25. I couldn't find any other details from the Google book snippet.

2. Hātakaṇaṅgalekara, Ma. Da (1986). V.S. Khandekar. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi. OCLC 17108305.

Need page no. 24, 25, 26 and the bibliography given at the end of the book.

3. Vishṇu Sakhārāma Khāṇḍekara (1977). Maharashtra, a profile: Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar felicitation volume. V. S. Khandekar Amrit Mahotsava Satkar Samiti. OCLC 4858191.

There is an article "Yayati and Modern Man" which passes through pp. 583 to 589. (And 'Table of Contents' if possible)

For Yayati (novel). Thanks, Gazal world (talk) 13:22, 3 July 2019 (UTC)

  Doing... #2 (next week), also attempting #3 (from another library in the network, so may take a week), — Pajz (talk) 18:43, 5 July 2019 (UTC)
Gazal world, sent #2. — Pajz (talk) 17:57, 10 July 2019 (UTC)
Received. Thank you very much, Pajz. --Gazal world (talk) 18:12, 10 July 2019 (UTC)
Gazal world, sent #3 (they sent me a copy, but not of the table of contents). — Pajz (talk) 18:43, 12 July 2019 (UTC)
Doesn't matter, Pajz. Received. Thank you very much. --Gazal world (talk) 19:00, 12 July 2019 (UTC)

Reviews of A History of the MindEdit

Hello, I am looking for the text of M. Kohn's review of Nicholas Humphrey's A History of the Mind, for use at the article A History of the Mind. Title: "All there is?" Publication details: "New Statesman & Society. 5/15/92, Vol. 5 Issue 202, p39. 1/2p.". ISSN 0954-2361.

I am also looking for the text of Lewis Wolpert's review of A History of the Mind that appeared in NewScientist. Unfortunately I do not have the author's name. Title: "A consciousness of ourselves." Publication details: "New Scientist. 9/26/92, Vol. 135 Issue 1840, p45. 3/4p. 1 Illustration." ISSN 0262-4079.

The third review I am looking for by George A. Miller appeared in New York Times Book Review. Again I do not have the author's name. Title: "Sneaking Up on Consciousness". Publication details: "New York Times Book Review. 10/4/92, p33. 1p. 1 Black and White Photograph." ISSN 0028-7806.

The fourth review is by either or both of Genevieve Stuttaford and Sybil Steinberg. Publication details: "Publishers Weekly. 8/31/1992, Vol. 239 Issue 39, p56. 1/4p." ISSN 0000-0019.

Note that in each of these cases, EBSCO has only a listing of the review, not its text. Thanks, FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 09:41, 7 July 2019 (UTC)

@FreeKnowledgeCreator:   Sent #4. —Bruce1eetalk 10:11, 7 July 2019 (UTC)
Got it, thanks. FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 10:15, 7 July 2019 (UTC)
Sent #3 (two documents: top and bottom half), — Pajz (talk) 11:46, 7 July 2019 (UTC)
I do not understand, by the way, why you add "via EBSCO's Academic Search Complete" to the citations in the article if EBSCO doesn't have the text. — Pajz (talk) 11:51, 7 July 2019 (UTC)
and also, when you use JSTOR article, mention it in citation (|via=JSTOR) with url or atleast mention '|jstor=stable number'. Same for other paywall databases. I noticed that you only mention 'via EBSCO's Academic Serach Complete', even though the article is obtained from another paywall database. --Gazal world (talk) 14:42, 7 July 2019 (UTC)
Pajz, if you have any questions about the way I edit articles, please discuss that on my talk page. This is not an appropriate place to have such a discussion. FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 21:46, 7 July 2019 (UTC)
Yeah, looks like this is the place where I send you articles all the time, but as soon as I make a single comment on the way you cite the very article that I've just sent you, you choose to admonish me for my supposedly inappropriate use of this page. — Pajz (talk) 06:59, 8 July 2019 (UTC)

───────────────────────── I have an additional request. This is for the text of the review by Colin McGinn in the London Review of Books. Publication details: "Vol. 14 No. 17 · 10 September 1992 pages 18-19". There is an extract from the review here. FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 03:22, 8 July 2019 (UTC)

@FreeKnowledgeCreator:   Sent Colin McGinn review. —Bruce1eetalk 05:48, 8 July 2019 (UTC)
Got it, thanks. FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 05:54, 8 July 2019 (UTC)
@FreeKnowledgeCreator: sent #2. --Worldbruce (talk) 23:03, 9 July 2019 (UTC)
Got it, thanks. FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 23:27, 9 July 2019 (UTC)

9th (Highland) Infantry DivisionEdit

  • Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders (1952). "Historical Records of the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders". Vol. 6. Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons: pp. 39-44. OCLC 222265108.CS1 maint: Extra text (link)

I am currently working to update the article on the 9th (Highland) Infantry Division. The above source and pages contain information on the 5th Battalion during its time with the division. From what I can see on snippet view, it would seem to be quite beneficial and help flesh out some detail about the division during its brief existence. If anyone is able to access the pages, it would be greatly appreciated. In addition, does the source mention a specific author?

Thanks, EnigmaMcmxc (talk) 19:04, 7 July 2019 (UTC)

Felix Tijerina and an Expanding Civic EliteEdit

For Felix Tijerina

Thanks, WhisperToMe (talk) 21:58, 9 July 2019 (UTC)

Alaska English dialect sourcesEdit

  • Bowie, David (2012). "A very northern California shift? The vowel system of southcentral Alaska". NWAV 41.

...and any other article on Alaska English. For Western American English

Thanks, Wolfdog (talk) 00:02, 10 July 2019 (UTC)

Wolfdog, doesn't look like it's been published. "Selected papers" from the conference are regularly published in University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics (open access), but the relevant volume - - doesn't contain the requested contribution. In a recent paper, Professor Bowie himself refers to it as a "Poster presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation 41 (NWAV 41), Bloomington, Ind., Oct. 25–28" (doi:10.1215/00031283-4295211); other citations of the work similarly don't cite it as a published source: "Paper presented at NWAV 41", "Poster present at NWAV 41". An abstract introducing the poster can be found on the conference website (via I suggest you email one of the authors if you're interested in a copy. — Pajz (talk) 05:07, 10 July 2019 (UTC)
@Pajz: Thanks so much! Really appreciate the digging around! Wolfdog (talk) 13:41, 10 July 2019 (UTC)

Review of The Plumed SerpentEdit

Hello, I am looking for the text of P. Kaganoff's review of The Plumed Serpent in Publishers Weekly, for use at the article The Plumed Serpent. Publication details: 4/13/1992, Vol. 239 Issue 18, p56. ISSN 0000-0019. Note that EBSCO has only a listing of the review, not its text.

Thanks, FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 09:48, 12 July 2019 (UTC)

@FreeKnowledgeCreator: I presume you've seen the online version? Also: Gale has full text coverage from January 5, 1990 - Current. However, I checked Gale and there's only the citation for some reason. MrLinkinPark333 (talk) 17:52, 12 July 2019 (UTC)
The review you linked to above is dated "Reviewed on: 06/01/1992". The review I requested is dated "4/13/1992". They could be the same review, posted on different dates, in which case Kaganoff's review is not helpful. However, if they are different reviews, I'd still like to see Kaganoff's. FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 00:41, 13 July 2019 (UTC)
Gale doesn't have it on June 1st 1992. I suspect that date is incorrect or the online date of publication. Again, Gale doesn't have a fulltext of April 13th (though it should), so someone else would need to confirm whether the online version matches the print version. --MrLinkinPark333 (talk) 00:59, 13 July 2019 (UTC)
@MrLinkinPark333 and FreeKnowledgeCreator: When I looked into this on Friday, I found a number of book reviews by Kaganoff in the April 13, 1992 issue and other issues of Publishers' Weekly on Gale, but none of the entries were reviews of The Plumed Serpent. Did you find something my previous search missed? Compassionate727 (T·C) 13:09, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
@Compassionate727: It's still there on Gale. The Plumed Serpent Publishers Weekly. 239.18 (Apr. 13, 1992): p56. Problem is it's blank when it should be full-text. --MrLinkinPark333 (talk) 17:49, 16 July 2019 (UTC)

Tree swallow – Birds of North AmericaEdit

  • Winkler, D. W.; Hallinger, K. K.; Ardia, D. R.; Robertson, R. J.; Stutchbury, B. J.; Cohen, R. R. (2011). Poole, A. F. (ed.). "Tree Swallow (Tachycineta bicolor)". The Birds of North America. 2.0. Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

I would just like all of the sections about predators in this article. It is for cleaning up (and hopefully expanding) the predation section of the tree swallow article. Thank you very much! RileyBugz私に叫ぼう私の編集 01:06, 15 July 2019 (UTC)

I'd also be fine with the original print version of this article, by the way. RileyBugz私に叫ぼう私の編集 19:28, 15 July 2019 (UTC)

Lucio Angelo Privitello articleEdit

Hello, I am looking for the text of Lucio Angelo Privitello's article "Teaching Marcuse", for use at the article Eros and Civilization. Publication details: Radical Philosophy Review, Volume 16, Issue 1, 2013, Pages 109-122. DOI: 10.5840/radphilrev201316113. ISSN 1569-1659, 1388-4441 There is a link to an excerpt from the article here. Note that EBSCO has only a brief abstract of the article, not its full text.

Thanks, FreeKnowledgeCreator (talk) 06:50, 16 July 2019 (UTC)

Opinion piece? By Harry Hay In ‘94 Gay Community NewsEdit

  • Hay, Harry, "Focusing on NAMBLA Obscures the Issues", Gay Community News, Fall 1994, pp. 16, 18.

For Harry Hay

I looked but came up dry. Any help appreciated!

Thanks, Gleeanon409 (talk) 14:36, 16 July 2019 (UTC)

American Meteorological JournalEdit

Greetings, has someone access to these publications? [7], [8] and [9] For Cyclonic Niño

Thanks, Jo-Jo Eumerus (talk, contributions) 13:16, 17 July 2019 (UTC)

@Jo-Jo Eumerus: The full text of #1 and #2 is available at the links you provided. —Bruce1eetalk 13:27, 17 July 2019 (UTC)
  Sent #3 —Bruce1eetalk 13:30, 17 July 2019 (UTC)
Thanks, received. Jo-Jo Eumerus (talk, contributions) 12:43, 18 July 2019 (UTC)

Las sultanas de La AlhambraEdit

For Fatima bint al-Ahmar

Thanks, HaEr48 (talk) 15:15, 17 July 2019 (UTC)

Steampunk: Gender, Subculture and the Neo-VictorianEdit

  • Nally, Claire (2019). "Steampunk: Gender, Subculture and the Neo-Victorian". Bloomsbury.

For Neo-Victorianism

I am looking for the Chapter called "Freak Show Femininities: Emilie Autumn" from Steampunk: Gender, Subculture and the Neo-Victorian by Claire Nally (publication date is 2019 publisher is Bloomsbury). I am not sure what the page numbers are.

Thanks, Dartslilly (talk) 04:08, 18 July 2019 (UTC)

Dartslilly, per this table of contents from Google Books, it's pp. 141-172. BlackcurrantTea (talk) 04:38, 18 July 2019 (UTC)
Let me know if it is too many pages, the pages I needed were not accessible in the preview Dartslilly (talk) 04:43, 18 July 2019 (UTC)