[ANSTHRLD] Question from Laurel

Serpentine Pursuivant lochherald at gmail.com
Fri Sep 28 07:32:43 PDT 2007

 I just pulled this from the Cover Letter of the latest LOAR:

*From Laurel: Please Advise*

The heading of the Administrative Handbook's Appendix H, aka the No
Photocopy List, reads as follows: "This is a list of "standard

books" that do not require photocopies to be sent to Laurel. The Laurel
office and several kingdom heraldic offices have copies of all of

these books, and urges the Kingdom Colleges to acquire copies of any they do
not have. Note: The LoI must contain the header name

and page number and edition of the book in which the reference name is
found. In addition, all articles found on www.sca.org/heraldry

do not require photocopies."

It has been repeatedly suggested to and around me that the articles found at
the Medieval Names Archives be added to this list. Inquiry

has revealed that since we began using OSCAR, approximately 25% of all name
submissions have had St. Gabriel citations. Obviously

this is a readily available source.

Before I make this decision, I would ask the opinion of the College of Arms
- should the articles found at
http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/ be added to Appendix H? Please respond to
Laurel at herald at sca.org.

Sound familiar?

Serpentine Pursuivant

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