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I not sure this meets the the criteria for a Wikipedia biography. It seems more a fan bio by friends of family. -->Anne Aitken's papers are available at the archives at the University of Hawai'i's Hamilton Graduate Library <<http://robertaitken.net/a//pages/archive.html>> though not posted online at this time. Another source that may (or may not) support her biography is the Winter 1994 Vol. 15 No. 1 eulogy issue of the Blind Donkey <<http://www.robertaitken.net/a/pages/blinddonkey/>>. If, at some point, this page is deleted for cause, I would only request that a link to her site <<http://anne.robertaitken.net>> be provided on the Robert Baker Aitken page. I have no interest in Zen and do not participate nor materially support the Honolulu Diamond Sangha (save the occasional token donation), but I am her step-son, FYI. As such, I am the 'keeper of the files' (and, yes, a fan! lol), and know that there are students and scholars interested in primary documents 'bout her as well as my dad. As such, I will continue to fix links and add verifiable info. as needed. I am aggrieved that the Ciolek memorial has disappeared from the web, as I did not get a chance to snag it for posterity. Thanks to y'alls for your hard work. -tom aitken Dr8 (talk) 11:28, 13 December 2012 (UTC)
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