On many systems these large PDF files load into the PDF viewer rather slowly if
called from the browser directory you reach by clicking on “Directory” above. You can load them much faster by opening the
DVD folder called “PDF BINDERS” and clicking on the filenames. There is one PDF file for each of volumes 3
through 17. That’s all of the 22 Volume
collection currently available.
collection consists of volumes 3 through 17 of the 22 Volumes of Helen
Schucman’s Unpublished Writings.
This is the
source material from which the Scholar’s Toolbox Notes facsimile
images were made. It is provided in case legibility problems with the
lower resolution images in the Toolbox require examination of higher
is unmodified from the anonymous donation of JPG images in 2007 except that the
three thousand plus images have been combined in PDF files for easier access
and page numbers have been applied in the margins. It is certain that
some pages of the original Notebooks are missing and that some are
out of their original order. This material is provided strictly “as is”
and “as it arrived.”
There is a very
obvious need for higher quality facsimiles of the original pages, preferably in
the original order. As soon as that material becomes available, this
sometimes poor quality copy will be replaced with a better one.
Notes references are
of the form # : # or for example 10: 3. That means volume 10, page
3. Load the correct volume and then type the page number you want in the
reader’s “GoTo” dialog box. That’s the box that shows the current page
number in the PDF reader.
numbers apply only to this particular collection as it arrived here and are
less “references to the Shorthand Notes” than they are “references to
this collection” since we know that some material is missing and some is out of
Since we do not
have access to the originals, it is impossible to comprehensively verify what
is missing and what is out of order.
To locate a Notes page from a chapter and
paragraph reference, start with the Scholar’s Toolbox collection, find the correct volume and
page there, and then come back here with the reference to see the higher
resolution image. If you already know
the Urtext reference, the chart below
will help you find the volume and page number.
Yellow highlighting indicates missing material
Green highlighting indicates chapter breaks