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Old 12-24-2015, 04:03 PM
 
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Default Alan Bates' article "The California Cut-off from Aa to Zz"

Dear friends,

First of all, merry Christmas to all of you. Here in Holland the temperature is an unusual 52 degrees, so now snow here.

Al long, long time ago, someone told of an article that Alan Bates wrote called “"The California Cut-off from Aa to Zz". It was published in a magazine called “Ships and the sea” in the 1950’s.
I inquired with the publisher (Kalmbach) and I got this answer:

“Thank you for your order for the photocopy of the article The California Cut-Off from Aa to Zz by Alan Bates in Ships to the Sea in the 1950’s.
Unfortunately, many of these issues are not indexed. Our librarian has looked through everything and was unable to locate this article for you. Can you provide any more specifics on the year the article was published to help us narrow this down further and locate it?”

Is anyone familiar with this article and can help me narrow down the publishing date?
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