Dot-- Might people send money to you to take with you when you go to
save the costs
of many money transfers?
On Mon, 7 Feb 2005 11:31:39 -0800 (PST), Dot Robbins
> Dear Friends,
> Thank all of you for your responses from so many places, and for so many
> things you plan to do. I really hope it works out for her. It is not
> possible to give out personal information, such as e-mail addresses, and I
> hope that is okay. Various people in Moscow are starting to spread the word
> as well, and I hope you will also send this note to other people you may
> know. The idea is simple, such as birthday cards from different countries;
> contributions would be great for Gita, for the Vygotsky Memorial Room; and,
> I know she would really like to have a copy of books, articles you have
> written related to Vygotsky, from different cultures and languages, and
> please allow two months or more for books or packages to arrive. Even
> sending birthday cards could take up to four weeks or longer to arrive. I
> will give the proper address again for all regarding her 80th birthday on
> May 9th:
> Dr. Elena Kravtsova
> "For Gita"
> Vygotsky Institute of Psychology
> Russian State University for the Humanities
> Miusskaya Sq. 6
> 125267 Moscow
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