The new website www.krotonaarchives.com setup by Joseph Ross is a welcome addition to theosophical history.

 

Since Ross has a lot of very valuable historical documents and possibly artifacts of interest, it would be of great interest and value to everyone interested in theosophy, Krishnamurti and Krotona if these material are scanned and provided on the website.

 

Today, good fast scanners are not expensive and the process is not that difficult. There are members in this community who have the expertise in scanning and indexing and uploading material to website as demonstrated in the work they have done in the past. I am sure everyone of them would enthusiastically share their professional expertise to help the project pro bono.

 

Such scanning and uploading will provide long time preservation of the documents as well as access to theosophists world-wide who have an interest. If one puts on the theosophical hat, my reasoning would be quite obvious.

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