> Taylor ('87) quoted Säve-Söderbergh's 1969
> symposium presentation which included Brew's
> statement, and this was properly cited by Audrey
> as apparently the first time (the '69
> presentation) that Säve-Söderbergh formally
> presented Brew's statement. . . .
No, it was not properly cited. She wrote this:
“They will see the statement made by a Harvard archaeologist at a Nobel Symposium, very neat & precise.”
The Harvard archaeologist in question is John Otis Brew. In her muddle, she placed him at the Nobel Symposium, whereas he was merely quoted there, by Torqny Säve-Söderbergh.
Why are you encouraging her in her muddle, when you of all people could talk her out of it?
> . . . Brew's statement
> apparently was repeated by Säve-Söderbergh the
> following year in a paper published in the 1970
> proceedings volume. If Holloway claims
> Säve-Söderbergh's 1970 paper is the first
> mention of Brew's statement, Holloway may be
> mistaken since Taylor claims that
> Säve-Söderbergh first presented the quote the
> previous year in a live presentation at a
> different symposium.
What on earth are you talking about⸮ Taylor is talking about the same symposium:
There (again) is the link to what Holloway wrote. Is there something stopping you reading it? He wrote this: “Original Version?”—as shown, with question mark.
Full and correct title of the proceedings would appear to be the one given here:
I have not found per Web any earlier (print) publication of Brew’s remarks.
We may note in passing that some of the (mis)users of the quote turn “J. O. Brew” into “Jo Brew”.