Searching for a lost Macintosh TV (Texas)

jim stephens jwsmail at
Tue Dec 6 00:25:48 CST 2016

On 12/5/2016 6:49 PM, Tothwolf wrote:
> I would also just like to know that the machine didn't end up scrapped.
You might look up John Keys in the Houston area for other collectors 
around there.  He may still listen on the list.  Not sure if he is 
active, but he had a lot of connections there.

There were a couple of list members who replied when I asked for Austin 
Tx places to visit that might help you as well since Austin is close 
enough to Houston that the airport out of Houston is considered a long 
run alternative (so I was told), so they may know.

The collectors and E-waste folks in Austin as it exists now I'd put a 
low chance of it being saved by someone that will see this.  So maybe 
hit all the craigslists with your information and offer a small reward, 
post photos, etc.  There is no charge, and Austin, San Antonio, Houston 
and Dallas, Ft. Worth would be worth hitting.

Good Luck with it.

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