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Collection Number: 05312

Collection Title: Robert V. N. Brown Papers, 1958-1999

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Size 10.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 6,800 items)
Abstract Robert V. N. Brown (1933-2006) was born in Belle Harbor, N.Y., and grew up in the Bronx, N.Y. In 1958, Brown moved to Chapel Hill, N.C., to study southern history at the University of North Carolina. In 1961, Brown began publishing the literary magazine Reflections from Chapel Hill. In 1963-1964, at the height of the local civil rights movement, Brown published The Chapel Hill Conscience , a newsletter of the Committee for Open Business. His role in the Chapel Hill civil rights movement is chronicled in John Ehle's book The Free Men (1965). In 1966, Brown, along with writer Leon Rooke, began publishing the alternative newspaper The North Carolina Anvil, which ran until 1983, when Brown retired from publishing. Brown also operated a job printing studio called Buffalo Printing during the 1970s and 1980s to support his other activities. He died on 5 February 2006 in Hillsborough, N.C. The collection consists of subject files, letters to the editor, business and financial records, and other materials that document Robert V. N. Brown's work in newspaper publishing, especially as the publisher of the alternative weekly newspaper The North Carolina Anvil. Subject files include correspondence, notes, writings, clippings, and other materials primarily relating to the operations of The North Carolina Anvil as well as notes and correspondence relating to the literary magazine Reflections from Chapel Hill published by Brown, 1961-1964. Letters to the editor consist of correspondence created and received by co-editors of The North Carolina Anvil, Brown and Joel Bulkley, 1967-1982. Among the correspondents are politicians, social activists, university professors, writers, fellow publishers, and many others. Correspondents include Mary Barnett Gilson, Bill Hicks, Joe Hackney, Daniel Okun, and Kemp Nye. Business and financial records consist of materials relating to the business operations of The North Carolina Anvil and Brown's other publications and projects. Also included are personal planners, pamphlets and other printed materials, copies of the items published by Brown, printing plates, digital scans of photographs of Brown with his publishing staff and other photographs, and other materials.
Creator Brown, Robert V. N.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
Boxes 18-22 are closed to research.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Robert V. N. Brown Papers #5312, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Margaret Brown of Chapel Hill, N.C., in February 2007 (Acc. 100582).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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The following terms from Library of Congress Subject Headings suggest topics, persons, geography, etc. interspersed through the entire collection; the terms do not usually represent discrete and easily identifiable portions of the collection--such as folders or items.

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Robert Vincent Brown (1933-2006) was born in Belle Harbor, Long Island, N.Y., on 10 June 1933 to Alexander "Al" Brown and Katherine Heinz "Tottie" Brown and grew up in the Bronx, N.Y. Brown added the second middle name, Neruda, to honor one of his heroes, the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda.

In 1952, Brown joined the United States Air Force. He served in the Korean War as a gunner on more than 130 sorties and received several serious injuries when his plane was shot down. As a result, he was given several commendations for bravery in action. After serving in the Air Force, Brown studied history at Columbia University, then moved to Chapel Hill, N.C., in 1958 to pursue graduate studies in southern history at the University of North Carolina.

In 1961, Brown began publishing the literary magazine Reflections from Chapel Hill . In 1963-1964, at the height of the local civil rights movement, Brown published The Chapel Hill Conscience, a newsletter for the Committee for Open Business, an organization dedicated to desegregation of Chapel Hill businesses. His role in the Chapel Hill civil rights movement is chronicled in the book The Free Men by John Ehle (1965). In 1966, Brown, along with writer Leon Rooke, began publishing the alternative newspaper The North Carolina Anvil . The newspaper ran until 1983, when Brown retired from publishing. Brown also operated a job printing studio called Buffalo Printing during the 1970s and 1980s to support the printing of the Anvil.

In 1970, Brown married Margaret W. Brown (nee Mason), a political and environmental activist in Orange County, N.C., who served as an Orange County commissioner, 1996-2004. Robert V. N. Brown died on 5 February 2006 in Hillsborough, N.C.

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The Robert V. N. Brown collection consists of subject files, letters to the editor, business and financial records, and other materials that document Brown's work in newspaper publishing, especially as publisher of the alternative weekly newspaper The North Carolina Anvil.

Subject files appear in various formats including correspondence, notes, writings, clippings, and other materials. Most of the subject files relate to the operations of The North Carolina Anvil. Correspondence in this series chiefly relates to Brown's administrative tasks as editor and publisher. Subject files also contain notes and correspondence relating to the literary magazine Reflections from Chapel Hill that Brown published from 1961 to 1964.

Letters to the editor consist of correspondence created and received by co-editors of The North Carolina Anvil, Brown and Joel Bulkley, 1967-1982. Among the correspondents are politicians, social activists, university professors, writers, fellow publishers, and many others. Correspondents include Mary Barnett Gilson, Bill Hicks, Joe Hackney, Daniel Okun, and Kemp Nye.

Business and financial records consist of materials relating to the business operations of The North Carolina Anvil and Brown's other publications and projects. Also included are records from Brown's other printing ventures Southern Associates Press and Buffalo Printing.

There is also a wide array of materials collected and created by Brown, including personal planners; pamphlets and other printed materials; copies Reflections from Chapel Hill , the literary journal published by Brown; multilith masking sheets; off-set printing plates; a t-shirt and matchbooks; digital scans of photographs of Brown with his publishing staff and other photographs; and other items.

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Contents list

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About 3,000 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical, then chronological.

Processing Note: Note that, in most cases, original file titles have been retained. Materials that arrived unfoldered have been gathered into two folders labeled "Various correspondence and other materials."

RESTRICTION: Boxes 18 and 19 are closed.

Materials that were organized by subject by Robert V. N. Brown. Items in this series appear in various formats including correspondence, notes, writings, clippings, and other materials. Most of the subject files relate to the operations of the newspaper The North Carolina Anvil , which Brown almost always refers to as The Anvil (or simply Anvil). Correspondence in this series chiefly relates to Brown's administrative tasks as editor and publisher of The Anvil such as negotiating with writers and soliciting advertisers. The series also contains notes and correspondence relating to the literary magazine Reflections from Chapel Hill that Brown published from 1961 to 1964. Throughout the series, Brown paid varying degrees of attention to dates. Some files are clearly marked with the year created, whereas in others (such as "To do files by month," the year of creation is unclear. Also note, materials within the "My Files" folders are believed to be some of the few items that survived a fire that burned down the Browns' Chapel Hill home in the early 1960s.

Box 1

Addresses: Candidates, Spring 1970 #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 1

Advertising, August 1977 #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 1

Ambrose, Robert #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 1

Anvil: Blurbs and promo ideas #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 1

Anvil: Calendar #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 1

Anvil: Clippings #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 1

Anvil: Correspondence, 1978-1983 #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 1

Anvil: Costs and projections #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 1

Anvil Investigative Fund: Notes and information (names, etc.) #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 1

Anvil: Last letter #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 1

Anvil: Legal advertisements information #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 1

Anvil: "Letter-to-Reader" #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 1

Anvil: Promotional drawings #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 1

Box 2

Anvil: Public relations materials #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 2

Anvil: Publicity letters #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 2

Anvil: Resume forms #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 2

Anvil: Subscription drive, 1976 #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 2

Anvil: Subscription drive, 1982 #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 2

Anvil and Buffalo Printing closing: Correspondence (two folders) #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 2

Anvil closing: Post office correspondence #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 2

Back material not used #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 2

Brown, General George S. #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 2

Bulletin board materials #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 2

Box 18

Anvil: Writers' resumes, 1968-1978 #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 18

CLOSED TO RESEARCH until 2048

Box 19

Anvil: Writers' resumes, 1978-1983 #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 19

CLOSED TO RESEARCH until 2053.

Anvil: Writers' resumes, "current" #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 19

Anvil: Writers' resumes, "previous" #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 19

Box 3

Carolina Symposium #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

Cindy job applications #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

Clippings of Reflections reviews #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

Contracts: Equipment data #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

Correspondence with writers and artists #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

Cotten, Elizabeth #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

Current writers #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

Drawings by Katherine Strong #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

Employment discrimination #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

Fitzpatrick, Phil #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

General information #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

"Historic"  Anvil: Odds and ends of data #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

Hobby, Wilbur #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

In progress #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

Independent #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 3

Box 4

Industrial bonds: State industry #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Judges comments #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Letters on homes: Business property #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Letters on people #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Letters to... #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Letters to writers, 1981-1983 #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Mail from campus representatives #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Margaret's newsletter #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Meetings agenda #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Miscellaneous in-coming mail #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Miscellaneous out-going mail #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

My Files: Correspondence on advertisement exchange #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

My Files: Correspondence with writers #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

My Files: Philosophy #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Newspaper contests #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Newspaper correspondence #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Newspaper ideas #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Notes/Criticism on Anvil and newsprint #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 4

Box 5

Notes on the last efforts of the paper #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Official letters on writers (correspondents) #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

"Poems: 1961-1963" manuscript by W. H. Durham #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Possible writers #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Powell, William S. #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Press and Anvil #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Press to Anivl: Bills, rates #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Press letterheads #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Press service and/or series correspondence #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Promotional flyers: Carrboro garden #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Public Service Gas Company #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Publishers' addresses #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Raleigh circulation #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Reflections: Copyright information #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Schism #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Southeastern Graphics (S.E.M. Corp.) #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Speeches, #6 #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 5

Box 6

Sporting Life News #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 6

Stock illustrations and advertisements #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 6

Subscription letters #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 6

Subscription letters and promotional blurbs #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 6

"To do" files by month #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 6

Various correspondence and other materials #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 6

Various promotional materials #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 6

Various writings and notes #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 6

Weekend jail #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 6

Writings by Newt Smith #05312, Series: "1. Subject Files, 1958-1990s" Box 6

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About 800 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence created and received by co-editors of The Anvil , Robert Brown and Joel Bulkley, 1967-1982. This span represents almost the entire run of the newspaper, which lasted from late 1966 to spring 1983. Letters are often addressed directly to writers and other staff and contain annotations made by Brown and Bulkley in preparing the letters for reproduction on the editorial page of the newspaper. Among the correspondents are politicians, social activists, university professors, writers, fellow publishers, and many others. Correspondents include Mary Barnett Gilson, Bill Hicks, Joe Hackney, Daniel Okun, and Kemp Nye.

Box 7

Anvil: Letters to the Editor, 1967-1972 #05312, Series: "2. Letters to the Editor, 1967-1982" Box 7

Box 8

Anvil: Letters to the Editor, 1973-1982 #05312, Series: "2. Letters to the Editor, 1967-1982" Box 8

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About 2800 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical, then chronological.

RESTRICTION: Boxes 20, 21, and 22 are closed.

Materials relating to the business operations of The Anvil and other publications and projects. Also included here are records from Brown's other printing ventures, Southern Associates Press and Buffalo Printing. There are income and expense statements, paid bills and receipts, and other business and financial records. Tax records in boxes 20-22 are closed to research.

Box 9

Anvil accounts paid with Buffalo cheques #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Anvil: Assets #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Anvil: Budget charts #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Anvil: Buffalo business #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Anvil: Buffalo overhead #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Anvil: Income/Expenses #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Anvil: Paid bills, June #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Assets statement #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Bank: NCNB #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Bank stuff and lease #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Buffalo Printing: Durham property tax #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Buffalo Printing: Sales tax #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Buffalo Printing: Young Phillips Sales Company #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Dillard Paper Company #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Labor costs notebook, 1965-1966 #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Letters on sales tax #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 9

Box 20

Anvil: People, 1969-1979 #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 20

CLOSED TO RESEARCH until 2049.

Anvil: Taxes, 1967-1972 #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 20

Box 10

Loans: Racks #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 10

Out-of-state subscriptions and sales tax #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 10

Paid bills, 1967-1970 #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 10

Box 11

Reflections: Bank records #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 11

Reflections: Printing records #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 11

Sales tax breakdown: Chapel Hill, CCNC, and Junior League #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 11

Sales tax correspondence #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 11

Sales tax law #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 11

Southern Associates Press: Receipts, 1965-1970 #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 11

Box 21

Southern Associates Press: Taxes, 1965-1973 #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 21

CLOSED TO RESEARCH until 2043.

Box 22

Tax audit #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 22

CLOSED TO RESEARCH until 2043.

Box 12

Southern Associates Press: Sales tax, 1972-1978 #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 12

Southern Associates Press: Time book, 1968-1969 #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 12

State tax: Copies of people, 1975-1977 #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 12

State tax audit, 1978-1982 #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 12

Tax hassle #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 12

Various business and financial records #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 12

Young Phillips #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 12

Young Phillips statements and correspondence #05312, Series: "3. Business and Financial Records, 1965-1999 and undated" Box 12

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About 200 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical, then chronological.

Wide array of materials collected and created by Brown, including personal planners; pamphlets and other printed materials; copies of Reflections from Chapel Hill , the literary journal published by Brown; multilith masking sheets; off-set printing plates; a t-shirt and matchbooks; digital scans of photographs of Brown with his publishing staff and other photographs; and other items.

Box 13-16

Box 13

Box 14

Box 15

Box 16

Planners, 1975-1999 #05312, Series: "4. Other Materials, 1962-1999 and undated" Box 13-16

Box 17

Museum items #05312, Series: "4. Other Materials, 1962-1999 and undated" Box 17

Museum items include a t-shirt that reads "Defend Labor (AFL-CIO) Solidarity, Defend Wilbur Hobby", a business ledger from Spring 1961 for Reflections from Chapel Hill, a pin cushion with an array of United Farm Workers pins, a set of matchbooks that advertise The North Carolina Anvil , and an address stamp for The Anvil .

Oversize Paper Folder OP-5312/1

Negatives of drawings by Pete Woods #05312, Series: "4. Other Materials, 1962-1999 and undated" OP-5312/1

Anvil: Offset-press photo plates #05312, Series: "4. Other Materials, 1962-1999 and undated" OP-5312/1

Reflections covers #05312, Series: "4. Other Materials, 1962-1999 and undated" OP-5312/1

Anvil poster #05312, Series: "4. Other Materials, 1962-1999 and undated" OP-5312/1

The Sporting Life News #05312, Series: "4. Other Materials, 1962-1999 and undated" OP-5312/1

Multilith masking sheets #05312, Series: "4. Other Materials, 1962-1999 and undated" OP-5312/1

Data Compact Disc DCD-5312/1-2

DCD-5312/1

DCD-5312/2

Digital scans of photographs #05312, Series: "4. Other Materials, 1962-1999 and undated" DCD-5312/1-2

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Processing Information

Processed by: Biff Hollingsworth, August 2007

Encoded by: Biff Hollingsworth, August 2007

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