Back issues of Linux Journal available to good home

I have a probably complete set of back issues of Linux Journal. I would like to give them away for the cost of shipping. It would be nice if they went to some library, but I am not picky.

Steve

Back issues of LJ

Pete Gandy's picture

To Steve, SAW
Just today I had an accident.
All last year and this year's LJ are soaked so bad that the glossy front covers are destroyed and almost all pages stuck.

I will pay for what ever you have and be very happy to give them a new home.
I'll not let this happen to them.
I am in the process of moving and I forgot they were in the back of my pickup and it rained all night.
OH Well!!

If you send email please put
back issues of LJ on the subject line.
I use mailfilter setup as deny all.

I will ad an allow statement on the subject of :

back issues of LJ

Pete Gandy

Cleveland, TX

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