Answered By: Regan Brumagen Last Updated: Sep 30, 2016 Views: 9
Unfortunately, once we post a reply to our public Q & A site, we erase any personal identification, including e-mail address and name. You could try going to the Virginia B. Evans question in our knowledge base (http://libanswers.cmog.org/a.php?qid=221558) and posting a comment. I can't guarantee the questioner will see the comment, but it is certainly possible. I'm very sorry to be unable to help you, because I am sure the researcher would very much like to hear from you. I will keep your e-mail/question on file, in case the Evans researcher does contact us again directly. Try using the comment/improve answer button, though!