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Most kite shops will sell copies of the following magazines. If you are not near a kite shop, you can subscribe by writing to the address listed.
American Kite Company. 480 Clemantina St. San Francisco, Ca. 94103. USA.
Aeolus Press, Inc. P. O. Box 466, Randallstown, Md. 21133-0466. USA.
Stunt Kite Quarterly.
Chris H. Batdorff. P. O. Box 468, Manistee, Mi. 49660. USA.
More information about kite flying in Australia can be obtained from;
The Australian Kite Association
10 Elm Grove
East Kew, 3102
Note 1. Copies of Hargrave's notes and drawings, held by the author and by the Australian Kite Association.
Note 2. Documents authored by kite manufacturer, Peter Lynn, and posted to the kites news group on the Internet computer bulletin board, 1st April, 1993. Copies of these Internet documents are held by the author.
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