Date: Fri, 2 Feb 1996 10:09:40 -0700 From: POLSKY ELLEN S Subject: Re: Wanted: IPA poster (fwd) ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Fri, 02 Feb 1996 09:50:07 -0700 From: John E. Koontz To: POLSKY ELLEN S Subject: Re: Wanted: IPA poster (fwd) The best place to get language family maps is from atlas publishers, who often sell single sheets as well as bound copies, e.g., the Government Printing Office. The Alaska Native Langauges Center has one for Alaskan languages, and I'll bet you can get that Caucasus one as a sheet from Grollier (National Geographic). I don't know any way to look things up in a "Posters in Print." The IPA governing body sells books on the IPA, and might sell posters, too. You could make one easily enough on a computer, but printing it would require access to a printer that handles large sheets. 8.5 x 11 tables of fonts can be printed from many font packages. John E. Koontz NIST:CAML:DCISD 888.02 Boulder, CO john.koontz[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]