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Re: Reg park, speech and posing, Toronto 1988

Posted: Tue Jul 07, 2020 11:04 am
by peter yates
Tony, i understand how you would want keep all that you have collected but the sad truth is that so many amazing collections have ended up in skips, even Thomas Inch's collection.I am in contact with some younger collectors whom will get what i have when the time comes.A friend i know sold his whole collection so his wife, who is much younger,will not have to deal with it.I know a guy who has no family and his house and garage are full of books and magazines, so where will they end up. In the States there is the Stark Center run by Jan Todd that collections can go to,but in the UK there is nothing of that type unfortunately.
As for the photo, i would contact Administrator Diane and ask what you need to do.I am clueless with technology, sorry.Still Diane will sort you out.
Regards,Peter.

Re: Reg park, speech and posing, Toronto 1988

Posted: Tue Jul 07, 2020 11:16 am
by Kazza61
Thank you Peter.
Yes, my wife is much younger than me too but despite a couple of trips to the NABBA Mr Universe she remains Stubbornly disinterested in the whole physical culture thing!
I'll drop Diane a line and see how to get going with photos.
Best wishes.

Re: Reg park, speech and posing, Toronto 1988

Posted: Tue Jul 07, 2020 9:19 pm
by Jarett Hulse
I have a poster of Arnold signed to “Jack”. Fortunately my 4 year olds name is Jack. So as far as I’m concerned it was signed to him :D

Re: Reg park, speech and posing, Toronto 1988

Posted: Wed Jul 08, 2020 7:20 am
by peter yates
Jarett, that was fortuitous.So Reg was a fortune teller too and foresaw your son being named Jack at some future date.I am sure even with the dedication to someone else there are those who would still collect the item with Reg's signature.
Regards,Peter.

Re: Reg park, speech and posing, Toronto 1988

Posted: Wed Jul 08, 2020 11:15 am
by Kazza61
Here's a link to s photo of the T shirt Reg signed for me when he gave a seminar and posing exhibition in the mid-1980's in St Anne's UK.

https://postimg.cc/xXkTB9ZL