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Fixing references and common medical problems!
Warning: for legal reasons, we must note that the Resource Exchange cannot fix any medical problems. But it can fix references.

Finding a source[edit]

Tips for finding a source yourself

Note that sites like LibGen and Sci-hub offer direct, free access to a very large range of publications, but there are legal questions around their use and neither the Wikimedia Foundation nor the Wikipedia community endorses them.

Making a request
  • A request may be an open question or you may ask for a specific journal, article or work
  • All kinds of sources are possible here: newspapers, magazine article, databases, encyclopedias, court decisions, laws, books, etc.
  • We cannot handle full book scans
  • You may contact research helpers directly or make a request on this page
  • To receive email without disclosing your email address publicly, configure your email in Special:Preferences
  • Provide as much detail as possible: a full citation with author, title, publisher, and date or identifiers like DOI, ISBN ISSN, PMID, etc.
  • Once a request has been fulfilled add the {{Resolved}} template.
  • Filled requests are archived.
  • Requests unfilled after three months will be archived

Fulfilling a request[edit]

  • Anyone may offer advice and fulfill requests.
  • Indicate which part or parts of the request is being handled so others do not duplicate your work.
  • Notify (mention) the requester using {{ping|REQUESTER_USERNAME}}
  • You can point to a pre-existing electronic document by giving its URL ( http://... ). You can share scans of pages or documents using a file-sharing service, provided it is legal, or by emailing the content to the requester.
  • You can email a link or plain text to a requester using the Special:EmailUser feature but for attachments, you need to ask them to mail you first so you can reply.

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  • Share content in a limited manner that is targeted at as few individuals as possible to achieve a specific improvement on Wikipedia. All content is shared under a presumed non-commercial, educational, fair use purpose in order to conduct research about topics on Wikipedia and/or to improve Wikipedia content.
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  • Remember that you take on the individual risk when sharing content, and act in a way that is comfortable and safe for you. Individual editors are solely responsible for sharing copyrighted content and assume all legal risks.

Reference resources[edit]

Direct contact
Volunteers who will locate and send articles for you and are willing to be contacted to handle complex queries or answer questions
  • phoebe -- can access most research databases, verify citations, explain journal abbreviations, help with research techniques and interlibrary loan. I can also help you figure out where to get it if I can't get it myself. Please leave a message on my talk page or send wikipedia email.
  • German Wikipedians have access to loads of German, Austrian and Swiss libraries and are often willing to fulfill requests. --Flominator (talk) 13:03, 25 March 2008 (UTC)
  • Someguy1221 (talk) I have access to most english-language scientific journals, as well as JSTOR. Feel free to email me a specific request, and I'll email you back a PDF if I can find one. Someguy1221 (talk) 04:18, 24 April 2008 (UTC)
  • Doc Taxon, feel free to inquire on this talk page about Your requests. I have access to many databases, mostly free to German National Licenses. But I also consult books, magazines and newspapers for You, to help the Wikipedia growing on. Doc Taxon (talk) 15:39, 9 August 2010 (UTC)
  • Tom Morris (talk) has got JSTOR, plenty of other databases and access to libraries in London including the University of London library. –Tom Morris (talk) 23:09, 29 November 2010 (UTC)
  • GabrielF I have access to the Harvard University Libraries and to the Boston Public Library. I am usually able to scan resources from most Harvard libraries within a few days with the exception of the medical library which is in another part of town and requires a special trip. GabrielF (talk) 16:47, 28 July 2011 (UTC)
  • Miyagawa I'm a reader at the British Library and am usually in their reading room at least once a month. I also have accept to the Times Archives and most recent British newspapers after the early 90s. Miyagawa (talk) 19:50, 3 October 2011 (UTC)
  • Johnbod I have most of the books listed on my user page (at S. 8 "refs"), mainly on art and art history, and can help with simple requests for information and references, but please be very specific in making requests. Johnbod (talk) 13:46, 20 March 2012 (UTC)
  • OhanaUnited - I have access to JSTOR, Elsevier, and lots of other journals through University of Toronto library. OhanaUnitedTalk page 23:56, 9 April 2012 (UTC)
  • Filip em At work I have access to Springer journals, I can also scan articles or book chapters from the National Library of Poland [1]. Filip em (talk) 19:59, 30 June 2012 (UTC)
  • Ocaasi--Setting up The Wikipedia Library. Have access to HighBeam and Credo, soon added to that list Questia and JSTOR. Ocaasi t | c 01:44, 28 August 2012 (UTC)
  • Senra Access to on-line databases provided via Cambridgeshire and Lancashire library cards. I am able to scan real books at Ely Library --Senra (talk) 22:50, 9 December 2012 (UTC)
  • Newyorkadam- I have access to ProQuest, JSTOR, ProQuest Historical Newspapers, Gale - Student Resources, eLibrary, CultureGrams, ABC-CLIO, Britannica Online, Questia, Brain Pop Español, World Book Online, Booklist Online, Brain Pop, PA & Access PA Digital Repository, Atomic Learning, and PA POWER Library! Phew... -Newyorkadam (talk) 00:26, 20 January 2014 (UTC)Newyorkadam
  • ZellFaze Have access to HighBeam and am willing to check resources my local library has access to (don't have list at the moment as they are only accessible in the library itself). And willing to do some deep Googling as well. Zell Faze (talk) 02:07, 25 June 2014 (UTC)
  • Berganus - Brazilian sources (books, magazines and newspapers). Please leave a message on my talk page in Portuguese Wikipedia. Berganus (talk) 23:55, 8 July 2014 (UTC)
  • Masssly - I have access to HighBeam, PastMasters, JStor and University of Ghana Archives. Just leave a list of what you want on my talk page or you can email me directly. I'm also good at finding references using Google, let me know your area of interest I could be of help.—Sadat (Masssly)TalkCEmail 22:15, 6 December 2014 (UTC)
  • Kingturtle - I have access to most U.S. peer-reviewed journals. Kingturtle = (talk) 14:07, 9 March 2015 (UTC)
  • CFCF 🍌 (email) I have access to a very large number of medical articles and e-books from all around the world and in many languages. I also have full access to a number of physical university libraries. If you need something scanned I will help out best I can but it might take a while. Feel free to mail me!
  • Kharkiv07 I have access to a large amount of academic resources, mostly American and legal and history based. That being said, I'm able to pull a large amount of other subjects. Feel free to leave a message on my talk page or e-mail me. Kharkiv07 (T) 18:12, 1 October 2015 (UTC)
  • MrLinkinPark333 - I am a newer volunteer. I have access to JSTOR and Gale via my library and also many other resources via The Wikipedia Library. Please see my userpage for what I've access to. --MrLinkinPark333 (talk) 20:33, 10 October 2015 (UTC)
  • Alexmar983 - I have access to all main databases, a network of contact around the world in important research centres such as MIT, CNRS or ESA and I have a good archive of scanned pdfs of scientific books.--Alexmar983 (talk) 05:48, 11 April 2016 (UTC)
  • Rob (BU Rob13) - I have access through my university to most of the "typical" databases (JSTOR, ProQuest, Gale, etc) and access to most US peer-reviewed journals. I can scan pages from physical books at the Binghamton University library (see here; no account needed to search). ~ RobTalk 06:13, 11 April 2016 (UTC)

Shared sources: Editors post sources they are willing to share access to at the shared resources page

New requests[edit]

April 2016[edit]

1936 Guardian article: from Guardian digital archive or ProQuest archiver[edit]

I'd like to improve Catherine Winkworth. Two sources would be useful:

"PECCAVI": A Good Story Killed, The Manchester Guardian, 14 February 1936.


issue 31 of the Gaskell Society newsletter. March 2001. Skrine, Peter. ‘Peccavi.’ [Catherine Winkworth; R.H. Watts. Gaskell Memorial Tower, Knutsford]. [illus.] p7-9.

Thanks. -- Carbon Caryatid (talk) 12:40, 9 April 2016 (UTC)

The Gaskell Society says, "If you wish to obtain a back copy of a Newsletter, or a copy of an article, please use the “Contact Us” form with your email address and we will advise on availability and cost." There is a good chance that they would supply a scan of the article free to help Wikipedia. John M Baker (talk) 22:33, 9 April 2016 (UTC)
@Carbon Caryatid:For the Guardian article -- This is on Page 6 (1 page), if you can find a paper archive. You can find it here in the digital archive of The Guardian (previously known as The Manchester Guardian). Based on Ulrich's info it appears to me that only the Guardian's digital archive will go back to 1936.Jodi.a.schneider (talk) 17:42, 10 April 2016 (UTC)
Thanks both! I'll approach the Gaskell Society. Does anyone have access to the Guardian's digital archive? Carbon Caryatid (talk) 17:52, 10 April 2016 (UTC)
@Carbon Caryatid: It's available on Proquest archiver, which I don't have access to. Hopefully someone else does. --MrLinkinPark333 (talk) 19:54, 10 April 2016 (UTC)
  • I have changed the header on this section to alert people who may have access to this Guardian article. Softlavender (talk) 10:12, 16 June 2016 (UTC)

May 2016[edit]

2010 article from The Mining Journal[edit]

Could anyone please send me this article in The Mining Journal?Zigzig20s (talk) 13:39, 3 May 2016 (UTC)

@Zigzig20s: The link you provided only shows where his name is mentioned in the site. Is there a specific article you are looking for? --MrLinkinPark333 (talk) 03:02, 20 May 2016 (UTC)
MrLinkinPark333 and anyone else with access: The title of the article is listed on the link: "Fund Fundamentals: African foray", by Nicolas Clavel. Published 26 March 2010. -- Softlavender (talk) 10:25, 16 June 2016 (UTC)

Finding source in 1932 issue of Paradise of the Pacific[edit]

Can anybody help me find the exact page numbers, author and section/article of this part of the Paradise of the Pacific along with a pdf copy of the relevant pages?

--KAVEBEAR (talk) 23:23, 20 May 2016 (UTC)

  • KAVEBEAR, since no one has replied, I would just cite the page number, and provide the snippet view as the hyperlink. If the only info you are citing is that tiny mention, you don't need article title and author for proof (and you don't have to use the codes to create a citation). (PS: I added to the section header here for clarification). Unfortunately I'm not sure you are going to get any further help on this RX page. Softlavender (talk) 10:32, 16 June 2016 (UTC)
It is not a problem of citation. I want to read the entire article as well. Hopefully someone out there may have access to this in a nearby library or has interlibrary loan options.--KAVEBEAR (talk) 00:55, 27 June 2016 (UTC)

June 2016[edit]

Boardwatch Magazine, Amateur Action BBS[edit]

  • Lance Rose (???). "BBS Burnings" in the "Legally Online" column for Boardwatch Magazine. September issue, 1993. Page 62-ish. ((Possibly this is not even available anywhere...))
  • For research in creating article on aforementioned AA BBS. -- dsprc [talk] 20:28, 3 June 2016 (UTC)
@Dsprc: Few libraries have issues before 1999, from which point electronic versions are widely available. Only five have print copies from as far back as 1993: Library of Congress, Cornell University, Clemson University, University of Virginia, and Harry Ransom Center. Your best bet may be to reach out directly to active Wikipedians who have declared a connection with one of those sites. At Cornell, for example, perhaps Cornellrockey or EVDiam would be willing to help. --Worldbruce (talk) 06:44, 1 July 2016 (UTC)
Pong ball in flight.svg Worldbruce: Thanks. How does one find which institutions maintain archives? As an aside: I know Jason Scott of the Internet Archive are in physical possession of every issue and edition but they've yet to be digitised and are sitting stacked in a cargo container. -- dsprc [talk] 09:35, 1 July 2016 (UTC)
@Dsprc: is the most common starting point. Coverage of boutique libraries (genealogical, museum, philatelic, etc.) and those in developing countries (like India) is spotty, but for most searches it's invaluable. After that it's donkey work. To discover precisely which issues of a journal a particular library holds, one usually has to visit each individual catalog. --Worldbruce (talk) 13:13, 1 July 2016 (UTC)
  • Dsprc, you might want to utilize It is a pay-service, but if the item is a must-have, it may be worth it. They have access to the Library of Congress, etc. (I learned about them from a Wikipedia user, and used them to obtain an obscure 1980 newspaper article I had been needing for many years.) Softlavender (talk) 07:25, 4 July 2016 (UTC)

Dinosaur paper[edit]

I would like access to Evolutionary Trends in the Jaw Adductor Mechanics of Ornithischian Dinosaurs. Please note that I do not have access to may email now. LittleJerry (talk) 15:54, 11 June 2016 (UTC)

Could I get it too? We're working on the same article (Stegoceras). Also, I can't find the following articles:
  • C. W. Gilmore. 1924. On Troodon validus, an orthopodous dinosaur from the Belly River Cretaceous of Alberta, Canada. Department of Geology, University of Alberta Bulletin 1:1-43

*Peczkis, J. 1995. Implications of Body-Mass Estimates for Dinosaurs. JVP. Vol. 14(4):520-533

FunkMonk (talk) 16:45, 12 June 2016 (UTC)

@FunkMonk: Sent Body-Mass. --MrLinkinPark333 (talk) 21:38, 12 June 2016 (UTC)
Thanks! FunkMonk (talk) 22:29, 12 June 2016 (UTC)
  • Another one that could be useful, but is hard to find: [2] FunkMonk (talk) 00:57, 14 June 2016 (UTC)
@FunkMonk: Got very lucky. Internet Archive has stegoceras. --MrLinkinPark333 (talk) 01:07, 14 June 2016 (UTC)
Thanks again! Yeah, realised the literature on this dinosaur is huge, so it is quite some work to gather all those old sources... FunkMonk (talk) 01:15, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

Note that pdfs can be found on the net with the same title, but actually include a different, 1987 paper by the same authors... FunkMonk (talk) 03:36, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

@FunkMonk: Sent pachycephalosaurid dinosaurs. --MrLinkinPark333 (talk) 04:23, 14 June 2016 (UTC)
Thanks! Your help has really helped me get a grasp of the history of the subject... I think we might get an FA out of this! I guess the rest must be really hard to find... FunkMonk (talk) 04:27, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

UK Parliamentary Papers 1903[edit]

I am looking for the text, please, of a civil list award to Worthington George Smith within the 1903 UK House of Commons Parliamentary Papers (subscription required) volume XXXVI p.137.

I am trying to pin the award date down because ...

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

--Senra (talk) 02:02, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

Senra, while I don't have access to the Parliamentary Papers, I note that there is no inconsistency between your two sources. The July 1903 announcement of the civil list was for pensions granted during the year ended March 31, 1903, which obviously would include most of 1902. See, e.g., Leeds and Yorkshire Mercury, July 10, 1903, p. 8 (British Newspaper Archive). John M Baker (talk) 23:25, 14 June 2016 (UTC)
John M Baker: Thank you for the insight but I would still like to see the text of the Parliamentary Papers, if possible, to see if there is anything I missed. Senra (talk) 19:20, 15 June 2016 (UTC)

@Senra: Is this still open? I'll try to help Doc Taxon (talk) 11:02, 17 July 2016 (UTC)

@Doc Taxon: Yes indeed. If you can help, please do. --Senra (talk) 23:07, 24 July 2016 (UTC)

Improving the Devon and Cornwall County Division article and the Dorset County Division article[edit]

Hi, I am working to improve the below two articles, but do not have access to any regimental histories. If anyone has access to the following works, if they could provide scans or edit the articles with the information at hand, it would be very much appreciated.EnigmaMcmxc (talk) 01:32, 23 July 2016 (UTC)

Dorset Division[edit]

  • The Suffolk Regiment (the 12th Regiment of Foot); Guthrie Moir; Leo Cooper Ltd; 1969; p. 115 ff.
  • History of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment: 1919-1955; Marcus Cunliffe; Royal Warwickshire Regiment, 1956; pp. 67-69

@EnigmaMcmxc: Is this still open? Doc Taxon (talk) 11:02, 17 July 2016 (UTC)

Yes, all help is still welcomed. I have been unable to get a hold of these particular pages. RegardsEnigmaMcmxc (talk) 12:27, 17 July 2016 (UTC)

Devon and Cornwall Division[edit]

  • The History of the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 1939-45, Ernest Gordon Godfrey, Robert Frederick Kinglake Goldsmith; Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (Regimental History Committee), 1966; p. 30
  • The History of the Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's), 1919-1945; George Noble Molesworth, Regimental Committee, Somerset Light Infantry, 1951; perhaps p.72, but any dealing with the 9th battalion in relation to the division.
  • The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Chronicle: The Record of the ... Battalions in the Second German War, Volume 2; James Edmund Henderson Neville; Gale and Polden, 1950 - World War, 1939-1945; pp. 127, 137, 175

July 2016[edit]

Outline for a legislative program to rebuild our cities -- pamphlet by Urban Land Institute[edit] for Urban Land Institute and a translation into German

it only has 8 pages. Thank you, Doc Taxon (talk) 20:22, 2 July 2016 (UTC)

  • Since it's only 8 pages but is only held in three libraries, you might want to utilize It is a pay-service, but if the item is a must-have, it may be worth it. Softlavender (talk) 07:17, 4 July 2016 (UTC)

@Softlavender: Thanks for forwarding to Artrieve, but they reply, that they do not cooperate with these libraries. So I am looking for a local Wikipedian who can help to get this resource. Thank you, Doc Taxon (talk) 13:05, 8 July 2016 (UTC)

  • Doc Taxon: New thought: You might want to change your header (which I tweaked just previously but still isn't going to work) to read: 8-page item held only in NYC, USC, Harvard libraries, so it will get the attention of Wikipedians in those locations. -- Softlavender (talk) 22:54, 22 July 2016 (UTC)
  • @Doc Taxon: I'm passing through this page and I noticed only held in NYC in the above comment and seeing as I live in NYC... I've never used the NYPL before, but if there's no one else who can more easily make the trip, I can certainly make the trip down to Fifth Avenue (that seems to be where it is) to see if I could figure out how to get a look at it for you. It may take a decent while, though. ~Cheers, TenTonParasol 22:24, 24 July 2016 (UTC)

@TenTonParasol: Good luck! I will be waiting patiently ... Doc Taxon (talk) 17:11, 25 July 2016 (UTC)

  • Doc Taxon, although TenTonParasol's offer is very kind, it seems quite slow and tenuous. I believe EEng (or someone he knows) could get a scan of the 8-page pamphlet for you from Harvard much quicker. Softlavender (talk) 00:51, 27 July 2016 (UTC)
Edited to add: I also notice up at the top of this page in the green-collapsed list of "Direct contact" volunteers that GabrielF will scan items from the Harvard libraries. He seems to be relatively inactive on Wikipedia at present, so you'd need to email him with the request. Softlavender (talk) 01:08, 27 July 2016 (UTC)
Unfortunately I'm away through August, so I'm pinging the tireless FourViolas. (4V, since it's only 8 pages I'd forgive you for using Scan&Deliver, Hollis# 3679757.) EEng 01:28, 27 July 2016 (UTC)
Doing...I'm busy 9-5 while Loeb is open, so I've requested a scan. It should arrive in 1-4 business days. FourViolas (talk) 02:02, 27 July 2016 (UTC)

British Museum Press, "Shah ʻAbbas: the remaking of Iran"[edit]

p. 60 of;

Wikipedia articles being improved; Yusuf Agha (Circassian), Safavid dynasty.

Tried my best to find the page on the internet myself, but to no avail unfortunately. - LouisAragon (talk) 02:59, 9 July 2016 (UTC)

Doing... Doc Taxon (talk) 01:17, 10 July 2016 (UTC)

Sales in Japan for Alexandra Stan's Alesta ([edit]

Hi there! Could any user subscribed to Oricon's Sales Site provide me the total sales of the album above and a moderate prose about its chart history? Best, Cartoon network freak (talk) 18:37, 21 July 2016 (UTC)

  • Cartoon network freak, it's generally best to mention the source (in this case apparently Oricon's Sales Site) in your header so people will see that. Many people only read the headers of these requests. Softlavender (talk) 22:49, 22 July 2016 (UTC)

"Review of Janenschia Wild" in Palaeontographica Abteilung[edit]

I would greatly appreciate any access of copy of, or otherwise being able to view:

  • J.F. Bonaparte, W.-D. Heinrich, and R. Wild, 2000, "Review of Janenschia Wild, with the description of a new sauropod from the Tendaguru beds of Tanzania and a discussion on the systematic value of procoelous caudal vertebrae in the Sauropoda", Palaeontographica Abteilung A 256(1-3): 25-76

This paper has proven extremely elusive, and appears to be the only paper in an significant way detailing Tendaguria, and one of few on Janenschia, and could help with their improvement, and verifying the material currently in these articles. A link to the website can be found here, but I have not been able to locate any way to view the article. Thank you and I greatly appreciate your efforts -- IJReid discuss 04:29, 22 July 2016 (UTC)

I added the journal title to the header so those who have access can see it. (Also removed the redundant words "Help finding".) Softlavender (talk) 22:46, 22 July 2016 (UTC)

Article request from Climate Policy, a Taylor & Francis journal[edit]

Item being requested:

Pye, Steve; Bataille, Chris (2016). "Improving deep decarbonization modelling capacity for developed and developing country contexts". Climate Policy 16 (S1): S27–S46. doi:10.1080/14693062.2016.1173004. ISSN 1752-7457. 

The following articles are being improved:

Many thanks in advance.

RobbieIanMorrison (talk) 11:22, 22 July 2016 (UTC)

Doing... @RobbieIanMorrison: I've got the goods, email me and I'll pass them on. Pye & Bataille is a euphonious match-up. FourViolas (talk) 02:09, 27 July 2016 (UTC)
@FourViolas: I have just emailed you. Many thanks for sourcing this. RobbieIanMorrison (talk) 07:38, 27 July 2016 (UTC)
You're very welcome, hope it helps. FourViolas (talk) 14:47, 27 July 2016 (UTC)

Article request from Science[edit]

The Report Basidiomycete yeasts in the cortex of ascomycete macrolichens is needed to create an article and to prove another.

Thank you very much, Doc Taxon (talk) 06:42, 26 July 2016 (UTC)

Doc Taxon, email me and I'll reply with a PDF. Or, if you prefer, I can email you the text, but it won't be as pretty. John M Baker (talk) 15:12, 26 July 2016 (UTC)
Doc Taxon, the article has been emailed. John M Baker (talk) 19:07, 26 July 2016 (UTC)

Locating obituary from 2003 The Guardian[edit]

Trying to verify an obituary from 2003 for Pete Shaughnessy; the citation is here: Pete Shaughnessy - Campaigner who took the stigma out of insanity. By Mark Olden, The Guardian, 23/01/2003, P22</ref>

I can't find it on a search of The Guardian Digital Archives]...

--Eversync (talk) 15:23, 26 July 2016 (UTC)

Access World News confirms that the article was published in the Guardian on that date. This database does not provide PDFs or give page numbers, but the text it provides appears to be the same as on the Mental Magazine site. John M Baker (talk) 15:42, 26 July 2016 (UTC)
Thank you. Wonder why it doesn't appear in the Guardian Archive site or actually on the main site where I eventually got to 23rd Jan 2003 but it only shows a physicist who passed nuclear secrets to the soviets I guess I'll assume they failed to digitise/archive every single obituary. Thanks again. Eversync (talk) 16:16, 26 July 2016 (UTC)
Their website says that some articles were not included because of copyright issues. I don't know why that would be a problem for the Guardian's own database, but not for Newsbank. John M Baker (talk) 18:27, 26 July 2016 (UTC)
Yes strange. Btw any chance Newsbank uses a permanent-type URL for that record, to include in the citation here as a validator, even though not everyone could access it? Eversync (talk) 20:27, 26 July 2016 (UTC)
It looks like the URL would be I access through a library proxy, so I can't verify that myself, but that's included in the APA citation that Newsbank provides. John M Baker (talk) 20:54, 26 July 2016 (UTC)

More dinosaur papers[edit]

For Stegoceras and Ankylosaurus, thanks. --FunkMonk (talk) 21:31, 26 July 2016 (UTC)

LittleJerry might be interested as well. FunkMonk (talk) 21:34, 26 July 2016 (UTC)
@FunkMonk: Sent the science direct article. If @LittleJerry: is interested, let me know and I'll forward it to you as well. --MrLinkinPark333 (talk) 21:47, 26 July 2016 (UTC)

GoogleBooks download[edit]

Grateful if a USian would take a look at and if a PDF is available, snag it and get it to me, e.g. by email or dropbox or skype. The book is out of copyright (1913 publication, 1915 author death) but unavailable to UK users. (And maybe there's no PDF for US users, who knows?) thanks --Tagishsimon (talk) 22:19, 26 July 2016 (UTC)

GoogleBook entries never have PDFs, but you can purchase the book for less than £3 including p/p, so I'd suggest that: [3], [4]. -- Softlavender (talk) 01:01, 27 July 2016 (UTC)
You're wrong, Softie. PD works on Gbooks usually have a red Ebook - Free link allowing download in pdf and other fmts, though you have to sign in. See [5]. EEng 16:58, 27 July 2016 (UTC)