From: (Warren Toomey)
Subject: PDP-11 Unix Preservation Society
Date: 1996/06/15
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originator: (Eric Fischer)

I've helped to start an organisation to preserve all things related to
Unix on the PDP-11. Currently there's a Web page with unlicensed information
at, a mailing list for interested people
and an ftp site for licensed material.

>From various donors, we have 5th, 6th and 7th Edition, AUSAM, Mini-UNIX,
2.9BSD and 2.11BSD, and Xinu. We are looking for any other information,
anecdotes, folklore, pictures etc. that are related to PDP-11 Unix. In
particular, if anybody has 4th Edition or earlier, that would be great!

If you are interested in joining the mailing list, or have any contributions
to make to the Web page or ftp site, please email me at

Thanks in advance,

	Warren Toomey

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