The Hammarlund.info site is currently being re-constructed.
Due to circumstances beyond our control The Hammarlund Historian site went down several weeks ago. Ownership of the domain name, hammarlund.info, has been changed, and the site is now hosted on a different server under different management. The same people are still involved with the site and are pleased to now have complete control over it. We are now working to reconstruct the site and information.
If you would like to be alerted when the site is re-established please register to the announce list. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line of 'join email@example.com' (click here and we'll make the email for you). You will receive a confirmation email to which you just need to reply. Once registered we will let you know when the new site is brought online.
We anticipate that we'll have the site re-enabled shortly.
An update -- yes, it's taking a long time. Shortly after the server died, the backup machine, with it's mirrored drives, also crashed. Much of our backup was on that machine. A "RAID" drive system is great for mechanical failures, but in this case it was a software problem, and bad data which corrupted much of the host drive was copied to the slave. We are trying to resurrect those drives, as well as one other with our data on it. Archived data on other web resources is also being obtained.
One of the last additions to the "old" website was the SP-600 Compendium compared by Perry Sandeen. It has now been uploaded to allow your access to this great resource.
Click here to download part 1, 6.6 mb
Click here to download part 2, 5.7 mb
If you'd like to get a look at the
website as it's being reconstructed, click here -- ENTER
we know that there are some glitches, some pages are not up-to-date. We'll keep after things.
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