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Rod,

Glad to see they finally made it. I should demand a refund from the USPS for sitting on them for so long. I actually filed a lost mail claim at one point, because they sat in Hawaii customs for over 3 weeks.

I think you have electronic copies of the Birkens and C&Ws already from me sending them to you previously, but it never hurts to have the hard copies. I thought you'd enjoy the Anatolia. I was pleasantly surprised to find that one.

Sad to hear about Dr. Birken. He really was a gift to the field. I guess we'll see what becomes of the remaining unfinished volumes of his handbooks.
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