The following partial LISTSERV archive for the Proto:Lang Conference list was recovered using forensic data recovery techniques. Emails 213-216 Subject: I FOUND IT!!! From: Susan Carter <log in to unmask> Reply-To: Proto:Lang List <log in to unmask> Date: Sat, 19 Dec 2009 16:37:46 -0600 Content-Type: text/plain Parts/Attachments: noneDear colleagues, AsContinue Reading

Found in a tattered wallet abandoned outside of a Best Buy store in Des Moines, IA. 382 days after the fall.Continue Reading

October 12, 1957 Professor Edward Lockett, Visting Fellow All Souls College High Street, Oxford, OX 4AL United Kingdom Hey big bean! What’s buzzin? The Keepers finally enrolled me in the seminary high school here in Nowheresville, Missouri. I guess it had something to do with me stacking up Pop’s fliptop.Continue Reading

Found. Date unknown, suspected use of typeface and verbiage indicates mid 1940s. Building has not been located. Identity of Lt. General redacted.Continue Reading

Abdullah and Randolph show up in the Indian city of Benares (modern Varanasi), the so-called “city of temples” and the holiest of the seven holy cities in India. He introduces William to the Thuggee cult. Its members begrudgingly accepts him; they have a long history with Abdullah, knowing him byContinue Reading

Mister Carter, Your letter of April 10th, 1856, is well received and it pleases me, sir, to make your acquaintance in word if not form. I confess, in my many years of service as a historian at St. Vincent’s Seminary, I have long been absent the pleasure of youthful exuberanceContinue Reading

Brother Hahn, O.F.M., Sir, I am William Carter, late of Massachusetts, currently on sabbatical in the quaint township of Cahokia, Illinois, wherein I have taken an interest in the long extinct Indian culture that is this town’s namesake. As a result of my pursuit, it has come to my attentionContinue Reading