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Congress Calls for Comments on "Ideal Regulatory Model"
Anyone with an interest in traditional medicines
is now invited to review the first public draft of "A Proposed
Regulatory Model for Traditional Medicines: Guiding Assumptions
and Key Components," developed by the Traditional Medicines
Congress. This comprehensive document presents ideas for a new
model for the regulation of traditional medicines in the United
States, and will now be subject to an open review process by interested
individuals and organizations.
Michael Moore - Director, Donna Chesner -
P.O.Box 4565, Bisbee, Arizona 85603
Now in our 27th year, we offer a 19 week,
February-June residency program.
We have started the 2006 program, after
which we are retiring the full residency program.
By the fall of 2006 we will be offering
a digital distance learning program with residency segments,
focusing on clinical and constitutional herbalism. Also
planned is a separate digital distance learning program JUST
in Materia Medica...not enough herbalists really know
get more information here.
- If you go to http://www.ahpa.org/Default.aspx?tabid=130,
you will find a comprehensive regulatory model to establish an
FDA-mediated control system for allowing clear and, for some,
reasonable marketing of herbal remedies.
This document is posted online at http://www.ahpa.org/Portals/0/pdfs/05_1129_TMCongress_ProposedModel.pdf.
All herbalists should read this proposal carefully;
if approved, it will have far reaching effects on what we can
and cannot do. Make up your own mind and reply to TMCongressFeedback@pobox.com.
These are my personal objections.
is Anarcho-Herbalism - an essay by Laurel Luddite
Master Genus Index integrating
ALL plant photographs, illustrations, maps, abstracts, constituents,
monographs, major papers and folios by genus and species. (updated
as of 9/05) 220K
- Medicinal Plant Images
Plant Photographs by genus.
Over 2,500 JPEGS of medicinal plants, photographed variously
by friends too numerous to list...arranged alphabetically by
genus, with complete thumbnail index files.
clips of medicinal plants (2/06) - Short videos
(1/2 minute to 1 minute) of 252 plants in the field: Quicktime
(.mov) files, 240X180
Images (9/05) - 100 new photographs and videocaptures
by David Rodriquez, Greta Anderson and myself, all with linked
thumbnails (a very strange visual).
of 1200+ plant pictures by North American English and Spanish
Names (as of 7/26/97...MUST update)
165 classic engravings and illustrations of drug plants
Illustrations - 175 elegant lithographs of medicinal
plants from the first quarter of the 20th century by Mary Vaux
Illustrations from the National Geographic Society, 1915-1924...elegant
and articulate representations of 175 medicinal plants found
in North America.
and Ink Drawings of Western North American plants
by botanical artist Mimi Kamp, in both jpeg format (for monitor
viewing) and gif format (for computer printing)
- Medicinal Plant
excerpts - Britton & Brown Illustrated Flora - 2nd
Edition (1913) "An Illustrated Flora of the
Northern United States and Canada"
I - Ophioglossaceae to Polygonaceae - 149 individual
plant files, each with illustration, taxonomy, distribution and
current botanical name
II - Amaranthaceae to Loganaceae - 451 individual
plant files, each with illustration, taxonomy, distribution and
current botanical name
III - Gentianaceae to Compositae - 368 individual
plant files, each with illustration, taxonomy, distribution and
current botanical name
- Texts and Manuals
by Michael Moore
Manuals by Michael Moore, and and other teaching
material from SWSBM.
These are available in either ASCII (text) files, or Acrobat
PDF files. New: 2005-2006 Menstrual Calendar
Folios by Michael Moore
Acrobat PDF files of individual plants, with photos, drawings,
and a brief discussion of preparations, uses, specific indications
and any contraindications.
in Botanical Materia Medica - some mp3 excerpts from
the 4-CD-ROM set.
- Fenner's Complete Formulary
and Handbook (1888)
- Unlike such official pharmaceutical texts as the U.S.P, National
Formulary and the U.S.Dispensatory (see below), Fenner's was
meant to be a working sourcebook for the individual pharmacist
desiring to furnish product for a pharmacy. Every possible product
is dealt with, from tinctures to fluidextracts to dyes to wax
paper to imitation booze. Not worried about the "official"
status of a preparation, if there was a customer demand, Fenner
dealt with it.
I and PART II - Introductory material; Part 1, Drugs
and medicinal substances defined, Part II, methods of preparation
described - 53 pages, 7 illustrations, bookmarked Acrobat
(.pdf) file - 300K (1/05)
IIIA- WORKING FORMULA - Abstracts, alkaloids, waters,
balsams, waxes, cerates, papers, colors, confections, cordials,
decoctions, elixirs, plasters, emulsions, essences, extracts,
distilled extracts, and fluid extracts - over 1,000 formulae
in this first section alone. 242 pages, bookmarked Acrobat (.pdf)
file - 1M (7/05)
IIIB- WORKING FORMULA - Glycerites, infusions, linaments,
mucilages, oils (fixed, animal, vegetable, volatile, mixed),
oleoresins, pills, pitch, powders, resins, resinoids, sugars,
soaps, teas, spirits, juices, suppositories, syrups, tinctures,
homeopathic preparations, triturations, troches, ointments, wines
- over 1,500 formulae in this second section. 272 pages, bookmarked
Acrobat (.pdf) file - 1M (12/05)
IV. - THE STANDARD REMEDIES AND PROPRIETARY MEDICINES.
"The following formulas are designed for making a complete
line of Standard Proprietary Remedies, which may be prepared
and put up by druggists, or others, for local trade or for the
market." - 118 pages, 236 formulae and recipes, bookmarked
Acrobat (.pdf) file - 250K (1/05)
V. TOILET PREPARATIONS AND PERFUMES. Cosmetics, mouth
products, hair products, lip salves, perfumes, colognes, sachets,
etc. - 43 pages, 190 recipes, bookmarked Acrobat (.pdf) file
- 130K (1/05)
VI. MISCELLANEOUS FORMULA. Adhesives, baking powder,
inks, polishes, wines, real and artificial, varnishes, etc. -
45 pages, 180 recipes, bookmarked Acrobat (.pdf) file - 140K
- The Dispensatory of the
USA, 20th Edition (1918)
- The ultimate authority in pharmacy in it's era, the 20th
edition, edited by Remington and Wood, is 2000 large pages filled
with small type. Though the 19th edition was less judgemental
regarding unofficial medicinal plants, the 20th edition is firmer
in its science and botany. Although already showing signs of
belittling many plant medicines (Remington and Wood were the
ultimate mainstream pharmaceutical editors), pharmacists nonetheless
still had to prepare medicines for the thousands of Eclectic,
Homeopathic and "irregular" licensed M.D.s that practiced,
so all plants are dealt with in often painful detail. I am abridging
it to include only botanicals and their preparations.
US DISPENSATORY - 20th Ed. complete - 1576 pages, bookmarked
Acrobat (.pdf) file, 1311 monographs - 4.8MB
- British Herbal Manuals
- Prescriber and Clinical Repertory of Medicinal
Herbs by Lt. Col. F. Harper-Shove (1938)
- A minor masterpiece, long out of print, Harper-Shove assembled
the first British repertory for herbalists. It follows the same
model and organization as the classic homeopathic repertories.
I've had it around since the early 1970's, and have frequently
referred to it over the years. The complex layout and poorly
cleaned type necessitated (for my own sanity) scanning the main
text as bitmapped images...the rest is as true text. The layout
is 11 x 81/2, two pages across...appropriate for printing.
- Part 1 -
112 pages (two across) bookmarked .pdf file 2.3M
- Mind, Head, Eye, Ear, Nose, Face, Mouth, Throat, Stomach,
Abdomen, Liver, Spleen, Rectum, Urinary, Genitalia, Respiration
- Part 2 -
110 pages (two across) bookmarked .pdf file 1.6M
- Chest, Back, Extremities, Skin, Sleep, Fever, General,
Specific Remedies, Contraindications, Synonyms
Manual by Harold Ward (1936)115 page bookmarked .pdf
- A lovely pocket manual I've used for years. As with many
others from the era, the primary influence, besides English and
continental herb traditions, was the later Thomsonians. The manual
has a good Anglo-centric history of herb usage and 153 concise
- The Working Man's Model Family Botanic
Guide by William Fox, M.D. , 23rd edition (1924)
- This book may have been the most widely used herb book of
its era in Great Britain. A peculiar mixture of American Thomsonian
and physiomedicalist philosophy, "Muscular Christianity,"
and common sense, the Foxes (three generations were involved
in the various editions) took their effort seriously, similar
in intent to the American populist medical "everyman"
manuals of the second half of the 19th century. It is a refreshing
glimpse into late Victorian alternative, and by inference, Standard
1 - Materia Medica, Health - 91 page bookmarked .pdf
file, 1M, 70 illustrations
2 - Diseases - Their Cause and Cure, Formulas, etc.
- 148 page bookmarked .pdf file, 970K
Medicine, Materia Medica and Pharmacy - classic texts
- Why do I keep putting up these Eclectic works? In 1990 I
visited the Lloyd Library in Cincinnati, Ohio, where, in the
basement, I found the accumulated libraries of ALL the Eclectic
medical schools, shipped off to the Eclectic Medical College
(the "Mother School") as, one by one, they died. Finally,
even the E. M.C. died (1939) and there they all were, holding
on by the slimmest thread, the writings of a discipline of medicine
that survived for a century, was famous (or infamous) for its
vast plant materia medica, treated the patient and NOT the pathology,
a sophisticated model of vitalist healing every bit as usable
as Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic medicine...and
molding in front of my eyes. Homeopathy survives, and still reprints
its classic texts...it doesn't need help. The Eclectics do.
of the Vegetable Drugs of the U.S.P. (1911) 560K, 182
pages, bookmarked acrobat (.pdf) file
- Lloyd details the introduction, from tradition into Euro-American
medicine, of all the plant drugs in the 1900 United States Pharmacopoeia,
with a monster bibliography.
Eclectic Practice of Medicine by Rolla L. Thomas, M.D.
- Published by Scudder, this was the primary teaching manual
at the Eclectic Medical College. A big book, 1039 pages, it is
organized into 9 files.
- Eclectic Biographies by Harvey Wickes
- Dr. John
King - 118 Pages, bookmarked .pdf file, 8 illustrations
- 1.1 MB
- Dr. A. J.
Howe - 125 Pages, bookmarked .pdf file, 10 illustrations
- 465 K
- Dr. John
Milton Scudder - 124 Pages, bookmarked .pdf file,
8 illustrations - 368 K
Medical Institute - 24 pages, bookmarked .pdf
file, 15 illustrations - 208 K The alpha and omega of the Eclectic
Movement, lasting from 1845 to 1939, this is Felter's "biography"
of the Mother School, as of 1912, when it had already graduated
4,000 physicians and was one of the largest medical schools in
Prescriptions by Cloyce Wilson, M.D. A manual for the
use of Specific Medicines, published in 1935 by Lloyd Brothers
- 122 pages, bookmarked .pdf file, part text, part bitmap -
Brothers plant drug pamphlets (1897 to 1915). Pamphlets
and folios on Aloes, Belladonna, Fringetree, Turkey Corn, Wild
Yam, Gelsemium, Hydrastis, Alfalfa, Nux Vomica, Pomegranate Night-Blooming
Cereus, Damiana, Colocynth, Copaiba, Croton Oil, Calabar Bean,
Strophanthus, Coca, Hamamelis, Columbo, Ipecac, and some miscellaneous
Sayre's Manual of Organic Materia
Medica and Pharmacognosy
- A pharmacist's text from 1917 (4th edition) describing 621
plant and animal drugs, their sources, constituents, preparations
and physical nature, with over 300 illustrations. The book is
divided into 6 Acrobat files
Eclectic Materia Medica, Pharmacology and Therapeutics by
Harvey Wickes Felter, M.D.
The classic text from 1922 in an abridged form (botanicals only),
by letter or as a single book...acrobat files only, as well as
all 24 black-and-white photographs from the original edition.
Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Pharmacognosy by Finley
- The classic Eclectic medical text from 1919, by chapter and
group or as an alphabetical botanical-only version.
Materia Medica by John William Fyfe, M.D. (Eclectic Manual
Besides the clarity of therapeutic uses, this manual is important
for the number of little-known but common American botanicals
that he treats...such "new" remedies as Ailanthus,
Ambrosia, Catalpa, Clematis, Kalmia, Oxydendron, Polemonium and
Materia Medica and Pharmacology
The classic 1927 pharmacist's textbook, listing all plant drugs
that were or had been official in the U.S.P. and N.F....acrobat
Medica and Clinical Therapeutics (1907) by Fred Petersen,
- A delightful and provocative physician's "how-to"
workbook that combines botanicals, homeopathics, electricity,
even light therapy, written by an insightful rural Californian
Therapeutic Guide to Alkaloidal Dosimetric Medication by
John M. Shaller M.D - 1907
- This was the best known of the "Dosimetric" medical
manuals in the U.S. A widespread rather holistic model of medicine
that was practiced in both Europe and the United States, it focused
on non-toxic administration of minute amount of refined drugs
("granules") to modify inflammation and fevers.
Eclectic Alkaloids by John Uri Lloyd
- Lloyds careful delineation of how explotation and bad manufacturing
almost killed the Medical Reform Movement of the 19th century
- a cautionary tale for herbalists. (1910)
And Flavoring Extracts: Their History, Formulae, & Methods
of Preparation, by John Uri Lloyd (1892)
- Eclectic and Pharmaceutical
Journals - classic texts
- American Journal
of Pharmacy (111 issues )
- Acrobat files of herb and plant monographs and citations
from one of the most influential pharmaceutical publications
of the 1880s and 1890s
Therapeutist Complete texts (21 issues)
Acrobat and text reprints of issues of ELLINGWOOD'S THERAPEUTIST,
from 1908 to 1915, edited by Finley Ellingwood, M.D.,
possibly the most charismatic and perceptive clinician of the
final and most productive decades of the American Eclectic Medical
Movement. The Therapeutist dealt only with clinical observations,
reports, editorial, and materia medica.
National Eclectic Medical Association Quarterly Select
papers (8 issues)
of the National Eclectic Medical Association
- Select papers on botanical medicine and sundry from the annual
convention reports, 1881-2, 1882-3, 1888-9, 1895-6 (vols. 9.10,
16 and 23)
- Herbology and Herb
Growing - classic texts
MEDICINAL LEAVES AND HERBS, Henkel, A., USDA Bulletin
#219, 1911, 1st ed.. Illustrated guide for wild crafters.
- A delightful USDA manual for the identification and processing
of 36 leafy and bundly herbs. 52 Pages, bookmarked .pdf file,
36 photographs - 5.4 MB
Pharmacology in the People's Republic of China
- "During the month of June 1974, twelve U.S. specialists
in chemistry, medicine, pharmacology, pharmacognosy, pharmacy,
and Chinese culture visited a series of major Chinese cities
for the purpose of assessing the current status of herbal pharmacology
(both basic and clinical) in the People's Republic of China."
- So begins this late Nixon-era publication from the National
Academy of Sciences. The Red Guards were muttering off in the
provinces, China was now "in", acupuncture was being
"studied" in the US and many things Chinese were now
politically correct. This delegation was sent to the PRC to check
out the uses of herbs within Chinese medicine, struggling to
its feet after nearly a decade of intellectual and political
nihilism, and it offers insights into that time and into how
western pharmaceutical folks viewed Chinese herbs. It examined
in detail the verifiable effects of over 250 chinese herbs, while
missing totally the energetics of therapy. I ate the book up
when it first came out, and, with so many more "correct"
works since published, the TCM community seems to have forgotten
this arcane but sensible first peek into Chinese Herbal Medicine.
255 pages, bookmarked Acrobat (.pdf) file - 740K
- Illustrated Phytotherapy, Vols.
1 and 2 by Thomas Deschauer
- These are two delightful books written by a little-known
nature-curist and herbalist who practiced in Maywood, Illinois,
from the mid 1930s to the end of WWII. I know nothing more about
him, but I presume he was one of the German charismatic healers,
like Lust, Ehret and Mausert, that immigrated to the USA between
the wars. There are over 300 illustrations
Formulas (1932) by OTTO MAUSERT, ND
Wild Plants of the United States and Canada by Charles
and Other Medicinal Plants by A.R. Harding
- Written in 1909 and 1912, and taken from the final revision
of 1936, this was THE book on Ginseng and Golden Seal cultivation
for many decades.
Cascara Tree in British Columbia by John Davidson.
- A 1942 British Columbian Govt. publication discusses how
to and not to harvest Cascara Sagrada, how to coppice and cultivate
the native bush, and then offers an even-handed method for regulating
wildcrafting. A good model for dealing with current overpicking.
- Thomsonian Medicine
- classic texts
Life and Medical Discoveries of Samuel Thomson by John
Uri Lloyd - 1909
- This review includes Thomson's autobiography, the transcripts
of the trial of Dr. Frost, the Thomsonian Materia Medica, and
correspondence of involved parties...enough to give one a detailed
picture of the importance of the movement and the harshness of
its suppression, deriving out of Federalist, class and Anti-Masonic
A GUIDE TO HEALTH (1848) By Benjamin Colby. Perhaps
the best text by any Thomsonian practitioner.
- Ethnobotany and Traditional
- classic texts
- Uses of Plants by the Indians of the Missouri
River Region - M. R. Gilmore - The classic work from the
Bureau of American Ethnology, 1912, treating medicinal and edible
plants used by the Dakota, Omaha/Ponca, Winnebago and Pawnee
peoples. Gilmore treats 180 plants, and offers 16 pages of tables
of names in various languages. This is perhaps the best text
of its kind, and was compiled early enough that Gilmore was able
to interview and learn from many ageing traditionalists of the
of Plants by the Indians of the Missouri River Region - Text
- 115 pages, 16 pages of name tables, bookmarked Acrobat (.pdf)
file - 1M
of Plants by the Indians of the Missouri River Region - Plates
- 56 photographs - Acrobat (.pdf) file - 1.6M
EDIBLE PLANTS OF THE WORLD Edited by U. P. Hedrick with
updated botanical names by Michael Moore
- Edward Lewis Sturtevant (1842-1898), farmer, botanist, physician
and author, was one of the giants of his time in the science
of agriculture. His "Notes" were edited after his death
by Hedrick and published in 1919 by the New York Agricultural
Experiment Station in Geneva, N.Y. I have appended current botanical
names (A mixture of BONAPS and Willis, 8th Edition), deleted
the 3,000 footnotes but retained the 68 pages of bibliography.
- 775 pages, bookmarked Acrobat (.pdf) file - 1.6M
PLANTS AND PEOPLE by Sam Hicks
- (Acrobat File) 1.4 M, 105 Pages, 89 black and white photographs,
- Hicks was a Cavalryman, rancher and tracker, who worked in
the last decades of his life as the outfitter, ranch manager
and friend of Erle Stanley Gardner in that author's many excursions
into Baja California and Sonora. Hicks learned traditional curandismo
and country ways from Mexican and Mission Indians...traditions
already then fading. Published too soon (or too late), by a long
defunct regional publisher, written by a "layman",
it is a remarkable little book about plants and methods little
discussed, in a region often ignored. There is also a long excerpt
by a friend from Alpine, Texas, W. D. Smithers, discussing similar
experiences with healing herbs and the curandismo of the Big
Bend area. The book has puzzled many, as the plants are only
identified by photographs and obscure local names - I have added
the scientific names (no small task!)
- Materia Medica of the Bella Coola and Neighboring Tribes
of British Columbia By Harlan I. Smith
- Ethnobotany of the Forest Potawatomi by Huron H. Smith
- Ethnobotany of the Zuñi Indians By Matilda
- Ethnobotany of the Gosiute Indians of Utah by Ralph
- Ethnobotany of the Menomini Indians by Huron H. Smith
- Ethnobotany of the Tewa Indians by Robbins, Harrington
Wild Plants of the United States and Canada by Charles
- Medicinal Plants: Research,
Resources, FAQs, Regional plant checklists
Constituents Taken from a variety of sources, these are
the known constituents for over 250 plant medicines
Abstracts Abstracts from the last 10 years on 148 different
genus of medicinal plants, and links to further information
Maps 294 distribution maps of medicinal plants found
in the western United States.
State Flora Checklists. These are Acrobat and text files
of checklists of some of the western states, with special emphasis
on changes in taxonomic nomenclature important to field herbalists.
Finished states are Arizona, California, Colorado,
Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington
Herb Resources: former students and friends that
sell ethically wildcrafted or organically grown bulk herbs and
tinctures, that are in practice, or that, in turn, have their
OWN schools. We MUST avoid centralization of the herb industry...these
are herbalists and sources of materials of use for the hundreds
of regional herbalists and small manufacturers of botanical products
around the United States...as well those that prefer LOCAL herbs.
The remarkably useful Medicinal
Herb FAQ and Culinary
Herb FAQ, maintained by Henriette Kress for the newsgroup
Link for information and freeware
readers for Adobe
publications by Michael Moore: Information and sources
- a 4 CD-ROM set of 150 hours of class and field lectures in
mp3 format recorded during the 2002 program .
Medicinal Plants of the Mountain West (2nd Edition)
Medicinal Plants of the Desert and Canyon West
Medicinal Plants of the Pacific West
Healing Herbs of the Upper Rio Grande (Edited and Revised)
Herbs for the Urinary Tract
...and our Clinical Manuals in hard copy
MEDICINAL PLANTS: in the field with MICHAEL MOORE
Volume 1. RIO GRANDE GORGE
Volume 2. THE SOUTHERN ROCKIES
Herbal Resource Guide
- for Windows or Mac
Before I was an herbalist,
I was a musician and composer. Just to learn how, I have been
transferring some of my symphonic music from flaking tape to
digital files. You can download some mp3
files here. Now including my Symphony #2 - The Anasazi
Thanks to Henriette
Kress, these materials are available from her mirror
the ftpmirror, http://www.ibiblio.org/SWSBM/
and from the Japanese mirror, ftp://sunsite.sut.ac.jp/pub/academic/medicine/alternative-healthcare/herbal-medicine/SWSBM/
If you want to check out southeastern Arizona
and Bisbee, try here
- Peritoneal Dialysis Goodies: Patient's Pride makes, in my opinion, the best belly bands.
& Bird make an excellent AC/DC
single bag warmer, and Stickman makes several sizes of bag warmers, smaller
bands (for less ample PD folks than myself) and a portable stand
to die for.
- Wild Ride Beef
Jerky and beef sticks
- Ran across this product whilst zipping
through the food coop in Silver City, NM...we crashed through
4 ounces of the teriyaki jerky before we hit Colorado. No nitrates,
none of those neuroexcitants like MSG, just papain-softened normally
flavored beef...and the teriyaki and barbecue flavours are low
- Herbal Vade Mecum
by Gazmen Skenderi (email)
- Dr. Skenderi has written perhaps the best simple reference
book on herbs I have seen in decades...657 1/2 page to full page
monographs on herbs, EOs and lipids, using sources ranging from
the Eclectics to British phytotherapy, Pacific Rim and European
research and personal experience. Drawing on 30 years as a phytopharmacist
and pharmacognosist, he has a knack for emphasizing reliable
research, practical uses and pertinent contraindications.
A compact, dense, authoritative and thoughtful reference book
that I highly recommend. It can be purchased by check or money
order (payable to Herbacy Press) from Herbacy Press, 144 Wheaton
Place, Rutherford, NJ 07070. US Orders: $24.95 + $2.95 (S&H;
delivery: 3-8 business days) $24.95 + $4.95 (S&H; delivery:
2-3 business days) New Jersey residents have to add 6% to the
book price. International Orders: $24.95 + $14.95 (S&H; delivery
7-10 business days)
- The Pine Nut People
and home of Piñon Penny
- Sources of native Pine Nuts, Piñon
Coffee, recipes, and links to lots of information about how poor
forest management and drought has laid low the whole idea of
renewable forest products. Activists AND merchants...the best
- Powderz Medical Apothecary
- These folks (two N.D.s) supply bulk supplements, standardized
extracts, herbs, presses, capsule machines, and just about everything
for the alternative health industry, available only to licensed
- Montina Gluten-free
grain and flour
- These Montana folks are growing a variety of Indian Rice
Grass (a perennial grain...hooray) that tastes fantastic
and is gluten free.We had a gluten-reactive friend over for thanksgiving
and fixed her up some Montina stuffing...her first in years.
Makes great pancakes and muffins.
Started in 1994, This site is maintained
by Michael Moore, and was last updated June 11. 2006
When my typewriter broke 12 years ago, I
grudgingly purchased my first computer at age 53...an ancient
used Mac Plus, recommended for low-tech ageing neo-Luddite green
hippies such as myself. 12 computers, 4 scanners, 8 powerbooks,
4 digital cameras, 3 LCD projectors and 3 mini DV cameras later,
I STILL have two unused ribbons left over from that Smith-Corona.
All OCR work is done with FineReader 5 Pro
by ABBYY (the best! from
crazed Russian software techies)
If an ol' bear like me can
pull this off, imagine what YOU could do for our collective benefit!
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