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    Looking for a Paper (L.F Richardson)

    Hi All,

    Hope I'm posting this in the right place.

    I'm desperately looking for a paper for some research I'm doing, and I've checked all the usual places (jsor, google etc) and can't find it anywhere, but can find 100s of references to it, and wondered if anyone knew of where I could get hold of it.

    The paper is "The problem of contiguity: An appendix to Statistic of Deadly Quarrels" from the "General Systems Yearbook Volume 6" (1961). by L. F Richardson.

    I've checked local libraries too (Australian National Uni - where I study and the National Library of Australia), and they only have the more recent Volumes listed. I find it hard to believe that such a highly referenced paper doesn't exist anywhere online, but I've looked bl**dy hard so far!

    Does anyone have any suggestions, or know where I might be able to access this paper?

    Cheers

    Adam
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    Looks like the Monash University Library has volumes 5 to 31, and the desired paper is in volume 6. I realize that university is approximately 285 miles from you, but at least it's in Australia. Maybe you could do an interlibrary loan?
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