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by [[Philip M. Mullins]]
 
by [[Philip M. Mullins]]
  
Phil[email protected]austin.utexas.edu
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Philip[email protected]sbcglobal.net
 
 
 
6312 Woodhue Drive, Texas, 78745-3734  
 
6312 Woodhue Drive, Texas, 78745-3734  
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Folks;
 
Folks;
  
This is the the history of the leather shop. Please take the time to read this and make corrections.  
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This is the the history of the Ragnarokr leather shop of Toronto. Please take the time to read this and suggest corrections.  
  
I also need to contact as many people mentioned in the story as possible. If you happen to know the current address of anyone mentioned in the story and that you think should be given the opportunity to comment about and correct this story, please send me their contact information.
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In an effort to contact as many of the people who are mentioned in the story as possible, I have placed this work-in-progress on the Internet. If you happen to know the current address of anyone mentioned in the story and whom you think should be given the opportunity to comment about and correct this story, please send me their contact information. If you want to make corrections to the text yourself, contact me for authorization to do so. You are also encouraged to send the corrections to me and I will edit the story for you.  
  
If you have photos that you want included please let me know.
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If you have photos that you want included, please let me know.
  
In order to edit this document please contact me at Phil[email protected]austin.utexas.edu for a password.  
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In order to edit this document, you will need to contact me at Philip[email protected]sbcglobal.net for a password.  
  
 
Thank you.
 
Thank you.

Revision as of 15:54, 20 March 2007

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The Ragnarokr Cordwainery

The History of an American exile community in Toronto, 1968-1996

by Philip M. Mullins

[email protected]

6312 Woodhue Drive, Texas, 78745-3734


Table of Contents


Folks;

This is the the history of the Ragnarokr leather shop of Toronto. Please take the time to read this and suggest corrections.

In an effort to contact as many of the people who are mentioned in the story as possible, I have placed this work-in-progress on the Internet. If you happen to know the current address of anyone mentioned in the story and whom you think should be given the opportunity to comment about and correct this story, please send me their contact information. If you want to make corrections to the text yourself, contact me for authorization to do so. You are also encouraged to send the corrections to me and I will edit the story for you.

If you have photos that you want included, please let me know.

In order to edit this document, you will need to contact me at [email protected] for a password.

Thank you.

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