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The Paper 1984

Issue 16 (November 1984)

Issue Number
16
Issue Year
1984
Page Information
8 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Features

  • Announcements of Origami Holiday Trees Around New York City
  • Our Own Near Miracle by Alice Gray (story about a nearly lost issue of "The Origamian")
  • Origami USA Today, Harrisburg Area Community College, photo gallery and article by David Shall

Departments

  • From Around The Country
    • Thomas Vinik in California
    • Fort Worth Origami Club by Bill Hall
    • Cincinnati Origami Guild by Sandy Blincoe, visit by Alice Gray
    • Lee Alvord in Austin, Texas
    • Books for sale about paper airplanes
    • Ron Levy in Israel
    • Origami decorations for the New York Philharmonic at Avery Fisher Hall

Issue 15 (August 1984)

Issue Number
15
Issue Year
1984
Page Information
8 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Features

  • Special Sessions Scheduled September Through Early November
  • News Announcements: Wings and Things; new books by John Montroll; Origami Pinocchio; Valeria Costa Pinto, visitor from Brazil; Milton Halpert's origami in Sarasota.
  • Origami By Children -- 1983 Still On The Road: Westport, Conn.; Long Island; Fargo, ND; Albuquerque, NM and Sarasota, FL.
  • Photo Gallery: seven photos from Convention '84
  • The Long Boat by Ted Pomeroy (group folding in a psychiatric day hospital program)
  • "To a Thousand Paper Cranes" poem by Steve Vinik
  • several more brief items

Issue 14 (approx. June 1984)

Issue Number
14
Issue Year
1984
Page Information
8 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Features

  • Our Annual Convention (3 page report with photo of Gloria Farison , Sandra Blincoe and Dr. James Sakoda)
  • What Did You Do On Your Summer Vacation (Annie Lee Culp folds during jury duty)
  • Mini-Conference - Maxi Accomplishment
  • West Coast Origami Guild Report by Robert Lang
  • Book (Self)Review of Wings & Things: Origami That Flies by Stephen Weiss, diagrams by Paul Jackson
  • Peace Cranes To The Soviet Union
  • Harrisburg Exhibition Scheduled For September
  • Special Sessions - Series One
  • Help Grace Children's Hospitals With Origami
  • Cultural Affairs Council, Grand View-On-Hudson presentation by John F. Geist
  • several more items

Issue 13 (February 1984)

Issue Number
13
Issue Year
1984
Page Information
8 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Features

  • Wanted! More Volunteers Like This Lady (with photo of Hiroko Suenaga)
  • American Museum of Natural History Members Origami Day A Major Success
  • Members Will Elect New Board Members by Robert Neale, President and Alice Gray, Vice President
  • Origami and The Friends Make "The Press" (origami stories in The New Yorker, Natural History Magazine, New York Times, the NBC Today Show, Newsday, Philadelphia Inquirer, and Weekly Review Proini, a Greek weekly.
  • Origami by Children Exhibition (names of participants and models folded)
  • Origami Convention '84 - SOON
  • The International Paper Folding Festival (report of the 1983 MFPP Convention in Grenoble, France)
  • Origami Helps Save The Statue of Liberty
  • New Books Available At the Origami Center
  • several more brief items