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New requests[edit]

April 2015[edit]

Pierre Clastres[edit]

Is this the complete version of the review? If it is not, I want to have access as it is listed on the further reading section of Pierre Clastres, which I would like to improve. If possible, also "Sorrows of the Civilised Warrior" from Tiqqun‍ '​s This is Not a Program, which the other article listed on further reading that I have not access to. --Gabriel Yuji (talk) 03:31, 4 April 2015 (UTC)

Hi Gabriel Yuji, I've sent you the complete review from the New York Review of Books. - NQ (talk) 05:37, 4 April 2015 (UTC)
"Sorrows of the Civilised Warrior" Yes Sent - NQ (talk) 05:42, 4 April 2015 (UTC)
Thank you very much!! ... And sorry for not asking before but the book L'anti-autoritarisme en ethnologie has some material on Clastres. However, I've realized now that pages 105, 106, 111, 113 and 114 are missing. I don't know if it's possible to find it but I would appreciate if you could get them. Gabriel Yuji (talk) 17:09, 4 April 2015 (UTC)

NQ Instead of creating a new topic I'm requesting here, is it fine? I'd love to have access to page 311 of The Routledge Dictionary of Anthropologists for info on Clastres biography, which is the less developed part in the Wikipedia article as you can see. Gabriel Yuji (talk) 01:51, 26 April 2015 (UTC)

Nevermind. I've just found it here.
However, I'd like to make a question: can I add the link of Google Drive documents you've send me at the "url" parameter? Gabriel Yuji (talk) 02:08, 26 April 2015 (UTC)
@Gabriel Yuji: Answered here - NQ (talk) 03:38, 26 April 2015 (UTC)
Sorry for the mess... However, I'd like to request page 68 of this book and 237 of this one. Gabriel Yuji (talk) 02:46, 26 April 2015 (UTC)
@Gabriel Yuji: Yes Sent - NQ (talk) 03:38, 26 April 2015 (UTC)

And how about the Encyclopædia Universalis article on Clastres: http://www.universalis.fr/encyclopedie/pierre-clastres/? I'd like to have full access to it. Gabriel Yuji (talk) 20:06, 26 April 2015 (UTC)

@Gabriel Yuji: Mail. - NQ (talk) 06:21, 28 April 2015 (UTC)

Maybe I'm exaggerating on the amount of my requests but this page is essential as it apparently have info on "Mythes et rites des Indiens d'Amérique du Sud" and on "L'économie primitive". Also, this one as it contains something about "Le clou de la croisière". It has been tough to find info on their publication. Gabriel Yuji (talk) 23:40, 26 April 2015 (UTC)

@Gabriel Yuji: Mail. - NQ (talk) 06:21, 28 April 2015 (UTC)

Articles about the Japanese Language Supplementary School of Queensland[edit]

For: Japanese Language Supplementary School of Queensland --WhisperToMe (talk) 11:59, 10 April 2015 (UTC)

@WhisperToMe: The first one is not included in the list of papers published by the Australian Association for Research in Education as part of the 2002 Conference. Not sure if it's available online. - NQ (talk) 23:15, 11 April 2015 (UTC)

@NQ: Then The University of Queensland listing must have made a mistake of some sort? - Does it mean it was published as part of a different conference? WhisperToMe (talk) 23:50, 11 April 2015 (UTC)
@WhisperToMe: I did some further digging, the conference website carries only select papers from the 2002 conference. The Queensland uni listing mentions it being a published paper. UQ eSpace might have it on file. I'll try to get in touch with a few people who might have access.- NQ (talk) 00:02, 12 April 2015 (UTC)

Reference work material on Emperor Jimmu[edit]

Basically looking for any "reference" type works, be they encyclopedic or history or similar works broadly considered "reference works," discussing at length, either as the main topic of the piece or as a multi-page section in a broader work, the mythic Emperor Jimmu of Japan, for use in developing that article and related articles. -John Carter (talk) 19:17, 13 April 2015 (UTC)

@John Carter: I have a copy of Brownlee, John S, Japanese Historians and the National Myths, 1600-1945: The Age of the Gods and Emperor Jinmu if you need any extracts not in the Google Books entry. Jbh (talk) 20:25, 13 April 2015 (UTC)
Um, what exactly do you mean by "have a copy" here? :) The book appears to have been rather well received, which is definitely a plus, and I would definitely welcome any input from that source in the article when we get to that point. But if it is a physical copy, which you seem to imply, it might be harder to distribute around to all the others who might be involved. I may well ping you when I get to the point of opening discussion on the article talk page when I get to that point. John Carter (talk) 20:39, 13 April 2015 (UTC)
It is a PDF so pages can be extracted as needed. Jbh (talk) 20:43, 13 April 2015 (UTC)
That sounds very useful. My first "goal" is to more or less see what other encyclopedias and similar short reference articles might say, as an indicator of what sort of things need to be covered in the Jimmu article, early indicators of relative weight in that article, and that sort of thing, basically getting material together to develop an "outline" of sorts for the article. But I have a feeling that source you have would be a much more useful and acceptable citation source than the reference overview articles might be. But that might come second to seeing what is discussed in the other recent extant encyclopedia type sources, and the relative weight they give the material they do include. John Carter (talk) 20:52, 13 April 2015 (UTC)
OK. Ping me or email me if you need anything from the book. I also have access to JSTOR and saw several references to Emperor Jimmu but most seemed tangential on first inspection. If you find anything there you need help getting let me know. I did a quick look for other references, there was only a footnote mentioning him in my Cambridge History of Japan which surprised me. Jbh (talk) 21:22, 13 April 2015 (UTC)
@John Carter: Send me an email and I'll reply with PDFs of Brownlee, Why Prewar Japanese Historians Did Not Tell the Truth, and Ōbayashi Taryō, Japanese Myths of Descent from Heaven and Their Korean Parallels. Note to others who might do searches: The spelling Jinmu is more common in the literature. John M Baker (talk) 17:35, 14 April 2015 (UTC)
@John Carter: Are you still interested in this? John M Baker (talk) 14:07, 4 May 2015 (UTC)

Wāqwāq[edit]

Fujisaki, Ryu (2010). Wāqwāq 4. San Francisco, California: Viz Media. ISBN 978-1-4215-2741-3. OCLC 435420960. 

I know (through this review) that there is some Ryu Fujisaki's commentary on the production of Wāqwāq (or art least its art) in an endnote of the above citedd book. I'd like (if possible) to have access to it. I know that it's probably available on a library but I'm not from North America, then unfortunately I cannot have access to it hereby. Thanks in advance. Gabriel Yuji (talk) 21:45, 21 April 2015 (UTC)

@Gabriel Yuji: The entire waqwaq series is available here Chapters 26-34 covers volume 4. - NQ (talk) 16:58, 22 April 2015 (UTC)
@NQ:. Yeah, I've already found the complete series online. The problem is that the endnotes mentioned by the source ("he mentions in the endnotes how difficult this series was to draw") are not available (or at least I couldn't find them) on Internet... Thanks, anyway! Gabriel Yuji (talk) 00:51, 24 April 2015 (UTC)
@Gabriel Yuji: The only available version online that includes all the pages from the book series are the ones you'd have to purchase. (itunes) - NQ (talk) 03:54, 26 April 2015 (UTC)

May 2015[edit]

Geology, Hydrology, and Geochemistry of the Black Creek Watershed Near Mocanaqua, PA.[edit]

Hello! The book that I needed access to: Newport, Thomas G. (1971). Geology, Hydrology, and Geochemistry of the Black Creek Watershed Near Mocanaqua, PA. Black Creek (Susquehanna River) is in the process of a GA review, and the book constitutes for a significant number of its citations. If at all possible someone can e-mail the book to me at gtownhoyasdc@gmail.com. Thanks! LeftAire (talk) 17:40, 7 May 2015 (UTC)

According to this the electronic form is not available, the proper title is Geology, hydrology, and geochemistry of the Black Creek watershed near Mocanaqua, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania and it was published in 1968. This also shows as OCLC 50317392. The FAQ at the USGS says under "How do I obtain a copy of a specific publication?/ How do I obtain a publication that is not available online?"
"USGS Publication: Links to the USGS store will be added shortly for publications that have paper versions in stock. You can also contact the USGS Store to order the publication. The USGS Store is available at http://store.usgs.gov and they can be contacted via email: usgsstore@usgs.gov ; telephone: 1-888-ASK-USGS; and mail: USGS Information Services, Box 25286, Federal Center, Denver, CO 80225-0046. If it is not available, try searching the title online to find a copy for sale or contact your local librarian to see if they can help you borrow a copy."
I'd suggest the email or phone query is your best bet. Their store's search engine doesn't seem to find it. LeadSongDog come howl! 21:08, 7 May 2015 (UTC)
I'll give this a shot, too. LeftAire (talk) 21:31, 7 May 2015 (UTC)
[ec] This is USGS Open-File Report 71-343, with something like 177 pages ("leaves") and 54 plates, but unfortunately the USGS does not have a digital version. Google Book seems to have missed this item (not in any large library?), so it seems doubtful there is anything that can be e-mailed. WorldCat (oddly) shows no library listings. The editor citing this item presumably had access to it; have you inquired there? ~ J. Johnson (JJ) (talk) 21:14, 7 May 2015 (UTC)
I have. He said that I would likely have to access via library loan. I don't know how soon I would be able to access the library, though. Hopefully sometime this weekend...LeftAire (talk) 21:22, 7 May 2015 (UTC)

An Open Question on Articles (Possibly Remotely) Related to the MRB constant[edit]

I can scholar MRB constant and get a couple of references that mention it by name. However, I would like to know what, if any, other articles use the formulas that the MRB constant is derived from, or slight variations of those formulas. Four formulas are found in the Wiki article MRB constant. Other, more promising of finding related formulas, formulas are found on page 29 of the following URL: http://www.marvinrayburns.com/UniversalTOC25.pdf . Other, more eccentrically related formulas are found on page 4 at the following URL: http://arxiv.org/pdf/0912.3844v3.pdf . --Marvin Ray Burns (talk) 22:05, 9 May 2015 (UTC)

"Why Johnny Can't Read Chinese"[edit]

  • DeFrancis, John (1966) "Why Johnny Can't Read Chinese", Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association, Vol. 1, No. 1, Feb. 1966, pp. 1-20.

For: Chinese as a second language --WhisperToMe (talk) 14:41, 10 May 2015 (UTC)

Recovering Khmer Ethnic Identity from the Thai National Past: An Ethnography of the Localism Movement in Surin Province[edit]

Denes, Alexandra (2006). Recovering Khmer Ethnic Identity from the Thai National Past: An Ethnography of the Localism Movement in Surin Province. Cornell University. 

I think this was a doctoral dissertation. The link I provided is the published book version. Any PDF or other digital copy would be greatly appreciated and put to good use here on WP.

For use in Northern Khmer people, Surin province, Khmer culture, History of Cambodia, Khmer people and others. --William Thweatt TalkContribs 00:38, 12 May 2015 (UTC)

Looking for French Obituary from 1968 or 1969 for Astronomer Rose Bonnet[edit]

I am working on an article on an early 20th century french astronomer named Rose Bonnet. Most of the information I've found on her life has been from academic articles (with a few exceptions). I would like to locate an obituary for her to fill in some missing details in her life.

She was born in 1894 and died in 1968 or 1969, most likely at her home in Paris (83—Street number, Rue de la Liberation—Street, Clamart—Commune, Antony—Arrondissement, Hauts-de-Seine—Department, Sud de Seine—Intercommunality, Île-de-France—Region). She spent her career (from 1919 to 1959) at the Paris Observatory. She was a member of the International Astronomy Union and Société Astronomique de France. She married Louis Sainturier in 1932 or 1933, and used "Bonnet-Sainturier" or "Bonnet" thereafter (except for a brief period during the Nazi occupation of France).

I have searched and searched on Google, Google Scholar, Google Books, Bing, Google.fr, and even ventured into the frightening domain of a Brick and Mortar University Library! But to no avail. I suspect the information exists, but is buried in some French newspaper archives that my Google Translate lack of fluency with the language has hidden from me.

I appreciate any help anyone can give--Carl Henderson (talk) 04:23, 13 May 2015 (UTC)

  • I searched but didn't find anything. Perhaps try asking at fr-wp? They've an equivalent to this page, Vérification en bibliothèque, though it isn't particularly active and is more for requests to verify against a source than obtain a copy of it. The Oracle (Reference Desk) is probably the best option for asking about la nécrologie de Rose Bonnet. –146.199.151.33 (talk) 18:22, 29 May 2015 (UTC)
  • Thank you very much for looking. Asking at the French Wikipedia is a good idea. I don't speak French however, so I hope they are okay with Google-translate attempts at their language. Carl Henderson (talk) 19:38, 29 May 2015 (UTC)

Articles related to Indo-Canadians in British Columbia[edit]

  • Ames, Michael M. & Joy Inglis. 1976. “Tradition and Change in British Columbia Sikh Family Life”. In The Canadian Family, K. Ishwaran (ed.). Toronto: Hold, Reinhart and Winston of Canada.
  • Archie, Trudy & Sherry Edmunds-Flett. 1999. The History of Sikh-Canadians in British Columbia: Fundamental Reading and Writing Exercises. Abbotsford, BC: UCFV.
  • Bains, Nina. 1974. A Brief Study of East Indian (Sikh) Community of Victoria. B.A. Hons. thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
  • Bolarian, B. Singh & G. S. Basran. 1985. Sikhs in Canada: History of Sikhs in British Columbia- A Research Report. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan.
  • Button, R. A. 1964. Sikh Settlement in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. B.A. thesis, Geography Department, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
  • Das, Rajani Kant. Hindustani Workers on the Pacific Coast. W.de Gruyter & Co. (Berlin), 1923.
  • Hans, Raj Kumar. 2003. “Gurdwara as a Cultural Site of Punjabi Community in British Columbia, 1905 – 1965.” In Fractured Identity: The Indian Diaspora in Canada, Sushma J. Varma & Radhika Seshan (eds.). Jaipur: Rawat Publications.
  • Inglis, Joy and Michael M. Ames. "Conflict and Change in B.C. Sikh ideals of family life." (1967). - Paper presented to the 1967 annual meeting of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association.
  • Joy, Annamma. 1984. “Work and Ethnicity: The Case of the Sikhs in Okanagan Valley in British Columbia”. In South Asian in the Canadian Mosaic, Rabindra Kanungo (ed.). Montreal: Kala Bharati.
  • Joy, Annamma & Verne A. Dusenbery. 1980. Being Sikh in British Columbia: Changing Definitions of Self and Others. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Asian Studies Association.
  • Koehn, Sharon Denise. 1993. Negotiating New Lives and New Lands: Elderly Punjabi Women in British Columbia (M.A. thesis), University of Victoria, Victoria. - See info at ResearchGate, see profile at Google Books.
  • Kumar, Hans Raj. 1998. “Punjab Press and Immigrant Culture in British Columbia between Wars”. In Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. 33:16.
  • Lowes, George H. 1963. The Sikhs of British Columbia (Ph.D. thesis), University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
  • Lowes, G. H. 1952 "The Sikhs of British Columbia" (Honors Essay) - University of British Columbia Honors Essay, available on microfilm.
  • MacInnes (1927). Oriental Occupation of British Columbia (Vancouver).
  • Paranjpe, A. C. 1986. “Identity Issues among Immigrations: Reflections on the Experiences of Indo-Canadians in British Columbia”. In Tradition and Transformation: Asian Indians in America, Richard Harvey Brown & George C. Coelho (eds.). Williamsburg, Va: College of William and Mary Studies in Third World Societies (38).
  • Perry, Martha E. 1929. “The Sikhs in British Columbia”. In United Empire, Vol. 20: 10.
  • Sandhu, Karnail Singh. 1972. “Indian Immigration and Racial Prejudice in British Columbia”. In Peoples of the Living Land: Geography of Cultural Diversity in British Columbia, Julian V. Minghi (ed.). Vancouver: Tantalus.
  • Sandhu, Teresa Jane. 1983. Social Distance and the Pidginized Speech of Punjab Women in British Columbia (M.A. thesis), University of Victoria. Also in Resources for Feminist Studies, Vol. 13:3, 1984. - See profile at Google Books.
  • Shroff, Rani. 1978. East Indians in British Columbia (M.A. thesis), University of British Columbia, Vancouver. - See profile at Google Books
  • Srivavasta, R.P. "Family Organization and Change among the East Indians of British Columbia, Canada." In: Kurian, A. (editor). Family in India: A Regional View. 1972 (The Hague).
  • Wilson, J. Donald & Dahlie Jorgen. 1975. “Negroes, Finn, Sikhs: Education and Community Experience in British Columbia”. In Sounds Canadians: Language and Cultures in a Multi-ethnic Society, Paul Migus (ed.). Toronto: P. Martin Assoc.

For: Indo-Canadians in British Columbia --WhisperToMe (talk) 05:48, 14 May 2015 (UTC)

@WhisperToMe: Hindustani Workers on the Pacific Coast. Thesis by Sharon Koehn and the article in Economic & Political Weekly sent by mail. - NQ (talk) 15:56, 14 May 2015 (UTC)
Thank you! Looking forward to the rest of the articles! WhisperToMe (talk) 08:40, 26 May 2015 (UTC)

Foreign-exchange reserves of Qatar[edit]

I would like to plot the foreign-exchange reserves of the Qatar Central Bank. The information is published here on monthly base. Opening ≈120 documents (for the last 10 years) would cost me with my slow internet extraordinarily long time. The data is available at e.g. Trading Economix, but hidden behind a paywall. May someone with access to ' professional statistics provider download the data?

The plot can be used in the articles:

--Kopiersperre (talk) 18:14, 19 May 2015 (UTC)

Two 1996 articles from The Bangladesh Observer[edit]

For verification, I'm seeking two English-language newspaper articles that cover student political organization violence related to Sitakunda Degree College. I have only partial citations:

  1. The Bangladesh Observer, 25 June 1996: 12, col. 1  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. The Bangladesh Observer, 31 July 1996: 1, col. 1  Missing or empty |title= (help)

Searches of worldcat.org (result 1, result 2) suggest that Wikipedians with a love of microfilm and ready access to one of: Center for Research Libraries, Columbia University, Duke, Harvard, Kansas State, Library of Congress, Michigan State University, Princeton, UC Berkeley, University of Chicago, University of Hawaii, University of Illinois, UMich, UPenn, Yale, Toronto Public Library, The British Library, University of Oxford, or National Library of Australia may be able to help.

Wikipedia articles being improved: Sitakunda Upazila.

--Worldbruce (talk) 22:50, 26 May 2015 (UTC)

June 2015[edit]

Piprahwa[edit]

I need the following sources for the article Piprahwa:

  • Bloch, Theodor, ‘Notes on the Exploration of Vaisali’, by , Annual Report, Bengal Circle, Archaeological Survey of India, year ended April 1904, p. 15 (citation taken from an unreliable source) [2] OCLC 64218646
  • Härtel, Herbert (2000). On the Dating of the Piprahwa Vases, in Maurizio Taddei; Giuseppe De Marco, South Asian archaeology, 1997 : proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference of the European Association of South Asian Archaeologists, held in the Istituto italiano per l'Africa e l'Oriente, Palazzo Brancaccio, Rome, 7-14 July 1997, Rome : Istituto italiano per l'Africa e l'Oriente, pp. 1011-24 ([3]) OCLC 49197574
  • Ghosh, Amalananda, ed. (1989), An Encyclopaedia of Indian Archaeology vol. 2: A gazetteer of explored and excavated sites in India. New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal, pp. 345-46 [4], (I can access p.345 only)
  • Willis, Michael (2012). Review: Aśokan Sites and Artefacts. A Source-Book with Bibliography (Monographien zur Indischen Archäologie, Kunst und Philologie, Band 18) by Harry Falk, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, Third Series, Vol. 22, No. 1, Medieval India and the Paramara Dynasty, pp. 187-188 [5]

Thank you. JimRenge (talk) 15:15, 22 June 2015 (UTC)

@JimRenge: I've mailed you the jstor review. - NQ (talk) 16:41, 22 June 2015 (UTC)
@JimRenge: First one sent. - NQ (talk) 17:29, 22 June 2015 (UTC)
@JimRenge: Another mail regarding the entry in Encyclopedia of Indian Archaeology. - NQ (talk) 11:42, 23 June 2015 (UTC)
NQ, is the Encyc. of Ind. Arch. one done? If not I can fulfil that one. 87.115.5.22 (talk) 14:54, 24 June 2015 (UTC)(formerly 146.199.151.33)
The entry in the encyclopedia is reproduced almost verbatim here. Ping User:JimRenge - NQ (talk) 15:03, 24 June 2015 (UTC)
I concur. Aside from including a page number with cites for Mitra and accents over foreign terms plus a couple've spelling differences on them (most likely easy to figure out typos), they're identical. –87.115.5.22 (talk) 16:39, 24 June 2015 (UTC)
I agree, but thanks for your offer 87.115.5.22. NQ, thank you so much for your support! JimRenge (talk) 17:50, 24 June 2015 (UTC)

Edge No. 114[edit]

Hello, I'm looking for issue 114 of Edge magazine, published in September 2002. There's a review on Super Mario Sunshine in this issue on pp. 80–83. It looks like the review isn't available online, so I'd like to ask if someone is able to provide a scan. I'd like to use the Edge review as a source for the German article on Super Mario Sunshine, which I'm currently writing from beginning. I could also add a source to the Edge review score in the English article on the game.

Thanks in advance and best regards, Geierkrächz (talk) 15:17, 26 June 2015 (UTC)

@Geierkrächz: I've mailed you the review. Let me know if you need anything else. Regards - NQ (talk) 15:59, 26 June 2015 (UTC)

Newspapers.com[edit]

Dare I wish it has to do with R. L. Burnside? --trespassers william (talk) 23:41, 28 June 2015 (UTC)

@trespassers william: Nope. Mailed you the page though. Regards - NQ (talk) 23:49, 28 June 2015 (UTC)
Oh, didn't expect such a quick re. trespassers william (talk) 00:00, 29 June 2015 (UTC)
@trespassers william:Green tickY mail. A mere mention of an R.L. Burnside of El Dorado. - NQ (talk) 00:04, 29 June 2015 (UTC)
Is there anything specific you're looking for? - NQ (talk) 00:07, 29 June 2015 (UTC)
Hopefully his murder trial. See ref desk question. trespassers william (talk) 00:14, 29 June 2015 (UTC)
Couldn't find anything in Newspapers.com, tried all variations of his name. You've pretty much covered all the sources that mentions the murder, in the article. Will keep looking. - NQ (talk) 00:32, 29 June 2015 (UTC)
I checked Newspaper Archive (which tends to be more complete than Newspapers.com) for use of the name "Burnside" in Mississippi newspapers in the years 1946 - 1963 and found nothing of relevance. John M Baker (talk) 22:08, 29 June 2015 (UTC)
Thank you two. trespassers william (talk) 14:22, 2 July 2015 (UTC)
Also found:
BURNSIDE, R.L.

Mississippi blues musician R.L. Burnside died after a long illness in a Memphis,Tennessee, hospital on September 1, 2005. He was 78. Burnside was born in Harmontown, Mississippi, on November 21, 1926. He learned to play guitar while in Chicago in the 1940s, and was first recorded in 1968 by folklorist George Mitchell. He continued to play the blues in Mississippi venues and signed with the newly formed Fat Possum record label in 1991. Burnside went on to record over a dozen albums including the live recording Bad Luck City (1992), Too Bad Jim (1994), and his final, 2004’s A Bothered Mind.

  • Los Angeles Times,Sept. 2, 2005, B11;
  • New York Times, Sept. 2, 2005, B7;
  • Time, Sept. 12, 2005, 26;
  • Times (of London), Oct. 7, 2005, 78.

— Harris M. Lentz, Obituaries in the Performing Arts, 2005

Suggest those four last mentioned obits might be useful sources even if this isn't.LeadSongDog come howl! 17:39, 3 July 2015 (UTC)

July 2015[edit]

Taylor & Francis: Bettongia anhydra[edit]

Resolved

I would like to read the following article:

  • H.H. Finlayson: Preliminary description of two new forms of Bettongia (Marsupialia) Journal of Natural History Series 12: Series 12 Volume 10, Issue 115, 1957 Abstract

Many thanks in advance --Melly42 (talk) 22:41, 1 July 2015 (UTC)

@Melly42: by mail. - NQ (talk) 23:19, 1 July 2015 (UTC)
NQ was faster (no surprise). Now you’ve got it in duplicate ;o) Rgds  hugarheimur 23:24, 1 July 2015 (UTC)
@Torana: ha! Did you get the mail I sent you with the Peter Finer article? (See section above) - NQ (talk) 23:27, 1 July 2015 (UTC)
Shoot! You go to all this trouble and I forget to thank you. Asche auf mein Haupt. Kind regards  hugarheimur 23:58, 1 July 2015 (UTC)
Nah, I just wanted to confirm there weren't any issues with the email provider. Thats all. Happy to help. - NQ (talk) 00:02, 2 July 2015 (UTC)
Thank you very much. Greatfully received --Melly42 (talk) 23:35, 1 July 2015 (UTC)

A superarmored lobopodian from the Cambrian of China and early disparity in the evolution of Onychophora[edit]

Resolved

Can I get ahold of this paper here [6]? Thank you in advance.--Mr Fink (talk) 01:22, 2 July 2015 (UTC)

@Mr Fink: sent. - NQ (talk) 01:40, 2 July 2015 (UTC)
Got it!--Mr Fink (talk) 01:51, 2 July 2015 (UTC)

Alain Menargues, Les Secrets de la guerre du Liban[edit]

If someone can help with the following reference, would be great.

Alain Menargues, Les Secrets de la guerre du Liban pp. 469-70

I am interested in what he says about Sayeret Metkal and the Sabra and Shatila camps.

This is for the article: Sabra and Shatila massacre. Kingsindian  11:57, 2 July 2015 (UTC)

It's by fr:Alain Ménargues (no English wp article Alain Ménargues yet, hint, hint...). OCLC 55144464 and other editions shows 6 French and 1 Arabic versions from 2004, with about 60 libraries holding copies. OCLC 855334112 shows a 2013 second edition, revised and corrected. LeadSongDog come howl! 16:14, 2 July 2015 (UTC)
@LeadSongDog: Thanks. I am interested in getting a view of page 469 (470 is available in Google Books). Is it possible to get this somehow? I am afraid I am not familiar with OCLC much. Kingsindian  10:27, 3 July 2015 (UTC)
  • @Kingsindian: The extract you are searching for is cited here. I cannot however vouch for the accuracy of the reproduction, but at first glance, it seems to be the same as what can be seen in google snippets. - NQ (talk) 11:19, 3 July 2015 (UTC)
@NQ: Thanks a lot. That is very helpful. If someone else can supply the actual page view somehow, it would be nice, otherwise, this can be marked as "resolved". Kingsindian  11:30, 3 July 2015 (UTC)
@Kingsindian:
It is written :
La première série de liquidations de civils palestiniens dans Sabra et Chatila se termina en fin d'après-midi, lorsque les groupes du Sayeret Mat'kal israéliens quittèrent les camps aussi discrètement qu'ils y étaient entrés.[18] Le massacre avait commencé. Deux autres groupes devaient prendre le relais.
Pluto2012 (talk) 10:58, 4 July 2015 (UTC)
@Pluto2012: If I am not mistaken, you are quoting from page 470. I am intersted in the previous page, the content just before that. The extract cited by NQ confirms what I wanted to see, but since it is just a blog post, I just wanted to check if there was some way I could see the text on the page itself. Thanks for your help, anyway. Kingsindian  11:23, 4 July 2015 (UTC)
@Kingsindian:
Ce même 15 septembre, dès son arrivée sur l’aéroport de Beyrouth à 15 h 30, le sergent Benny Haïm fit mouvement avec son unité du Sayeret Mat'kal vers le nord, d'abord en camion, puis à pied « non loin du camp de Chatila ». Vers 17 h 30, Benny Haïm fut blessé à la jambe et au bras gauche. L'infirmier de son groupe se précipita et sectionna les bretelles de son porte-chargeur, « craignant que les grenades qui se trouvaient dans les poches n'explosent, et le jeta au loin » (3). Dans l'une d'elles se trouvaient les papiers d’identité du sous-officier. Le brêlage fut découvert plus tard dans une rue de Chatila. Ces soldats, dont plusieurs étaient blonds et avaient les yeux bleus, exécutèrent ainsi 63 intellectuels palestiniens, hommes et femmes de toute évidence fichés. Tous avocats, médecins, enseignants et infirmières.
Source : [7].
Pluto2012 (talk) 12:32, 4 July 2015 (UTC)

verify that the following text's source is: Middle East Journal, Vol. 42, No. 2[edit]

Resolved

Will it be possible to verify that the following text's source is: Middle East Journal, Vol. 42, No. 2 (Spring, 1988), page=240

"instead of prudently recognizing this reality and accepting the relatively favorable 1939 White Paper, or compromising with the Zionists, the Mufti shifted to a policy of active and futile opposition and rejection. In short, moderation during the Palestine phase and rejection during the exile phase contributed to the ultimate defeat of the Palestinians"

Wikipedia articles being improved. --> Haj Amin al-Husseini

Thanks Ykantor (talk) 14:20, 2 July 2015 (UTC)

Yes, that is accurate. If you want the article, email me and I'll reply with a PDF. John M Baker (talk) 14:32, 2 July 2015 (UTC)
Thank you. Ykantor (talk) 14:01, 3 July 2015 (UTC)

Lincoln and Darwin (Questia)[edit]

Resolved

I'd like the full text of:

For an article on the book Lincoln and Darwin (see User:Arms & Hearts/sandbox3). Thanks! – Arms & Hearts (talk) 14:59, 3 July 2015 (UTC)

Yes check.svg Done JbhTalk 16:56, 3 July 2015 (UTC)
Terrific, thanks. – Arms & Hearts (talk) 19:13, 4 July 2015 (UTC)

The Times Archive: Orbituary Guy Dollman[edit]

Resolved

Is anyone here who has access to the Guy Dollman orbituary

Obituary, The Times 24 March 1942

Online

Many thanks in advance --Melly42 (talk) 00:48, 4 July 2015 (UTC)

@Melly42: sent. - NQ (talk) 13:41, 6 July 2015 (UTC)
Gratefully received. Thank you --Melly42 (talk)

Some requests[edit]

I have a few requests, and wondering if anyone has access to the following sources and can help:

  • Cunliffe, Marcus (1956) History of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment: 1919-1955

I am looking for information that states what the 14th Battalion was up to between December 1941 and October 1942? Hopefully, it will provide some information that will help clarify the role of the 77th Infantry Division during this period: beach defense/anti-invasion duties etc. It appears the information is on 67, 69, and 71. Only a portion of 67 is available on Googlebooks, but no context is able to be gleaned.

  • Clowes (1956) The York and Lancaster Regiment: Sheffield, O. F. 1919-1953 / Sheffield, O. F. (1930–1956). The York and Lancaster Regiment, 1758–1953 III. Butler & Tanner. OCLC 39831761.

Starting on p. 267 is a chapter on the 11th Battalion. This battalion was part of the 76th Infantry Division during 1942 and 1943, when it was transferred to the 77th Division until July 1944. From what i can see on Googlebooks snippet view, the former is mentioned on p. 269, but little else can be seen. During its time with the 77th, the division changed from a "reserve" training unit to a "holding" division. Does this chapter provide any information that would be useful to either article to expand on the role of these two divisions, especially the "holding" aspect of the 77th?

  • Butler, Lewis William George (1971) The Annals of the King's Royal Rifle Corps, Volume 6

During 1943, the 10th Battalion was assigned to the division. Snippet view does not seem to show anything relevant. Does anyone have access to this source? If so, does anything explain the presumably training nature of the battalions role with the division and the 11th Army Tank Brigade?

Kind regards, EnigmaMcmxc (talk) 22:57, 5 July 2015 (UTC)

@EnigmaMcmxc: 67, 69-71 emailed. Please check and let me know if it's what you're looking for. - NQ (talk) 14:48, 6 July 2015 (UTC)

Sexual calling in ants[edit]

Stumbled upon a journal that may hold useful info for articles I intend on writing on. I would like to access the following to see if it has any info for Myrmecia (writing it in my sandbox) or other ants I am familiar with, although it is clear I can use this for one article:

Cheers, Burklemore1 (talk) 06:00, 6 July 2015 (UTC)

@Burklemore1: sent. - NQ (talk) 13:36, 6 July 2015 (UTC)
Thanks! Burklemore1 (talk) 06:06, 7 July 2015 (UTC)

Seeking two articles on Ralph Vary Chamberlin[edit]

I'm trying to bring Ralph Vary Chamberlin up to GA or FA, and am seeking some offline sources:

  1. Jones, David T. (1944). "List of publications of Dr. Ralph V. Chamberlin to June 1st, 1944.". Vintonia 4: 1–22. OCLC 4171096. 
  2. Uschi Eckstein & Robert Samm (2001). "Beruehmte Arachnologen: Ralph Vary Chamberlin, 1879-1967. [Famous arachnologists: Ralph Vary Chamberlin, 1879-1967.]". Arachnologisches Magazin (in German) 9 (5): 11–12. ISSN 0944-8667. 

If the Arachnologisches Magazin article could possibly be scanned in OCR, that would greatly facilitate machine translation, as I don't speak German. Thanks! --Animalparty-- (talk) 20:39, 6 July 2015 (UTC)

@Animalparty: de:WP:BIBA might be able to help you with this a lot faster. - NQ (talk) 21:50, 6 July 2015 (UTC)

Fossil Fish Papers[edit]

Can I get ahold of these papers?

  • "New Oligocene cyprinid in the central Tibetan Plateau documents the pre-uplift tropical lowlands"[8]
  • "Ciderius cooperi gen. nov., sp. nov., the earliest known euphaneropid from the Lower Silurian of Scotland" [9]
  • "A new lizardfish (Teleostei, Aulopiformes) from the Late Cretaceous Bearpaw Formation of Alberta, Canada, with a revised diagnosis of Apateodus (Aulopiformes, Ichthyotringoidei)"[10]

Thank you in advance.--Mr Fink (talk) 21:02, 6 July 2015 (UTC)

@Mr Fink: sent two. - NQ (talk) 21:20, 6 July 2015 (UTC)
Thanks!--Mr Fink (talk) 21:26, 6 July 2015 (UTC)