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Volume 2, Issue 1 (Collectors and Collections in the History of Thai Manuscripts)
Siamese Manuscript Collections in the United States
Susanne Ryuyin Kerekes and Justin McDaniel
Manuscripts in Central Thailand: Samut Khoi from Phetchaburi Province
Peter Skilling and Santi Pakdeekham