I write to suggest a piece in Oxford Today on C N Francis, formerly in command of the Norrington Room at Blackwell’s.  Mr Francis was for me, as for many other students and dons, an unfailing resource for books on theology, whether newly published or newly exhumed from libraries being dispersed.  
I am confident that your readers would be pleased to see an article about a hero to impecunious theologians in urgent need as a tutorial, a lecture, or even a DPhil thesis deadline loomed.
I note that Mr Ken New, for many years Mr Francis’ assistant and now in charge of the Norrington Room, would doubtless be willing to provide an entertaining array of anecdotes for such a piece.
With appreciation for the excellence of Oxford Today, as for your kindness in considering my suggestion.