# tabula collecta

Table 1

Table 2A (left): [43][R] changed to [43][L]
Table 2B (right): [39][V] changed to [39][U]; [46][V] changed to [46][U]
Whitby {2A}: [13][R] is [15][Ø] & [43][R] (2&3 Burned section: letter or number missing, or blank, some in red)

Table 3A (left): [35][R] changed to [35][L]
Table 3B (right): [5][V] changed to [5][U]
Whitby {3A}: [35][R] & [28][I] is [18][I]

Table 4
Whitby: Same

Table 5A (left): [7][A] changed to [17][A]; [3][D] changed to [32][D]; [15][A] changed to [35][A]; [18][G] changed to [28][G]
Table 5B (right): [46][V] changed to [46][U]
Whitby {5A}: [39][O]

Table 6: [46][A] changed to [46][N]
Whitby: [23][D]; Two 19s, no 17: [19][O] same; [17][M] is [19][M]

Table 7: [14][R] changed to [24][R]; [17][A] changed to [27][A]
Whitby: Same

Sloane 3188 & Sloane 3191 consistent here, here & here. entered all numbers & letters on seven 7×7 tables in Excel & sorted noticing number duplicates &c. once those were changed: Vs for BVTMONO & BLVMAZA appear on tables, circular diagram (Tabula Bonorum) & list (Tabula Collecta); however, tables indicate Vs for BLVMAPO, BVSCNAB, BVSDVNA but are BLUMAPO, BUSCNAB, BUSDUNA on Tabula Bonorum & Tabula Collecta.

• Tables 1, 2A, 3A, 4, 5A, 6, 7: include changes but leave Vs as Vs (AQ-6276, no match currently).

• Tables 1, 2B, 3B, 4, 5B, 6, 7: include changes & some Vs changed to Us synching tables & bonorum/collecta (AQ-6272)

AQ 6272 = BALIGON · BORNOGO · BAPNIDO · BESGEME · BLUMAPO · BMAMGAL · BASLEDF · BOBOGEL · BEFAFES · BASMELO · BERNOLE · BRANGLO · BRISFLI · BNAGOLE · BABALEL · BVTMONO · BAZPAMA · BLINTOM · BRAGIOP · BERMALE · BONEFON · BYNEPOR · BLISDON · BALCEOR · BELMARA · BENPAGI · BARNAFA · BMILGES · BNASPOL · BRORGES · BASPALO · BINODAB · BARIGES · BINOFON · BALDAGO · BNAPSEN · BRALGES · BORMILA · BUSCNAB · BMINPOL · BARTIRO · BLIIGAN · BLVMAZA · BAGENOL · BABLIBO · BUSDUNA · BLINGEF · BARFORT · BAMNODE (Sloane 3188/3191) = "HOW 'YA GONNA KEEP 'EM DOWN ON THE FARM, AFTER THEY'VE SEEN PA-REE?" THESE LYRICS FROM THE 1919 SONG ENCAPSULATE THE TRANSITION FACED BY AMERICAN SOCIETY IN THE AFTERMATH OF WORLD WAR I. AS WE READ THROUGH PENCIL POINTS FOR THE YEARS 1920 THROUGH 1944, WE WITNESS THE IMPACT OF NEW IDEAS AND BELIEFS ON A WORLD THAT WAS INITIALLY ORDERED AND PREDICTABLE, BOTH INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE DRAFTING ROOM (Introduction by John Morris Dixon • Pencil Points Reader).

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