Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2001 10:56:26 -0600
Author: Jerry DiMarco
Subject: RE: Sutton book
I, too, was surprised by the reply from McGraw-Hill. But a lot of
time has passed since we first talked about it. The person who replied is
Nicole Rajnauth, who works in the Permissions Dept of McGraw-Hill
Education. If you want to see a fax of the letter I can send it to
you. It has been marked up a bit though, from when I called the US
Copyright Office. I'm going to keep this letter on file...
At 12:32 PM 6/20/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>Hi Jerry and all,
>I just got back from vacation and I know this string of letters is a bit
>old, but I thought I should add my experience.
>I also needed to get a copy of the Sutton book just over a year ago. I
>wrote to McGraw-Hill and obtained permission to copy the book. I have a
>letter dated January 26, 2000 that allows me to make a copy of the Sutton
>book for reference purposes. It comes from their permissions department. I
>have more details, Jerry, if you need them. So, I was surprised to read
>that you were told it is part of the public domain. I hope you spoke to the
>right person and that the status of the book has changed since last year.
>University of Michigan
Jerry DiMarco, Instructional Lab Supervisor ph:
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