This has been a month of spring cleaning in the Franklin Merrell-Wolff audio archive.
First, we have done a bit of tidying of the recordings posted on our website in light of some new information concerning Wolff's early recordings. In particular, we have reorganized the data associated with a number of these recordings, including the renaming and re-dating of recordings, and in a few instances, changing the location where the recording was made.
In addition to these changes, we have replaced the audio for the Induction Talk (1/24/1970) with a new "cleaned-up" version (that is, a version with better audio quality).
We are pleased to announce the posting of seventeen recordings this month, posts that were also the result of a bit of house cleaning: some of these recordings fill chronological gaps in the published recording archive, others had been in various stages of transcription.
Next month we will publish our annual tribute to Wolff's second wife, Gertrude. We will also have a number of new recordings to post. To date, we have 276 recordings on the website, which represents about 70% of Wolff's audio production. We hope to have the bulk of the remaining recordings finished by the end of this year.