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The Paper 1985

Issue 20 (November 1985)

Issue Number
20
Issue Year
1985
Page Information
8 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Photo of a prior year Origami Holiday Tree at the American Museum of Natural History

Features

  • Announcement of Holiday Exhibits and Classes
  • Karen Reeds' Origami at 1985 Play Day, New Providence, NJ
  • Ron Levy Announces Offer of Step Folds If you Are Stuck On a Model
  • Bonnie Murkoshi of Baldwin, MD Describes Use of Ornately Patterned Japanese Origami Paper
  • Origami Rubber Stamps by Bob Roos, with photo instructions and illustrations
  • Origami Picnic at Delaware Water Gap by Douglas Shacknow
  • Mingei International Museum in San Diego hosts "Paper" Exhibition and Accepts Donation of Florence Temko's Papercraft Library
  • A Plea For Commitment From the Friends" Board: Major Volunteer Recruitment to Staff The Home Office
  • Quest For Paper by Stephen Weiss
  • Peace Tree Dedication at Cathedral of St. John The Divine (Cranes folded by Lore Schirokauer)

Issue 19 (August 1985)

Issue Number
19
Issue Year
1985
Page Information
8 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Home Office Photo of Lillian Oppenheimer's Library of Origami Books

Features

  • Lillian Oppenheimer Donates Her Model Collection To The Friends
  • Report of the Second Great International Airplane Contest in Seattle by Stephen Weiss
  • Greetings From The Origami Club of Harrisburg
  • Robert Lang visits New York and Report on West Coast Origami Guild, with two model photos
  • Special Sessions IV Schedule and Registration Form
  • A New Folders Group...AH-SO! Ann Arbor Society for Origami by Don Shall
  • Introduction Of Newest Board Members: Katie Kehrig and David Hay
  • several other items

Issue 18 (May 1985)

Issue Number
18
Issue Year
1985
Page Information
12 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Jean Baden-Gillette and Martha Landy model Convention 85 t-shirts

Features

  • Mrs. John S. Creal, St. Joseph, Missouri story and photo
  • Obituary: Bernard I. Levy, Washington, D.C.
  • Parlous Vous Origami by Anna Lee Culp
  • Notes On Folding Miniature Origami by deg farrelly
  • Ploughshares Organizes Thousand Cranes Folding Project
  • Lillian Oppenheimer's Involvement in the Founding of British Origami Society
  • News From the Harrisburg Folding Club by David Shall
  • Convention '85 Report, with photos
  • Origami And Increased Self Esteem by Lee Alvord
  • Origami In Mexico
  • Michael Shall Teaches Employees At International Paper Company
  • Board of Directors Unanimously Awards Six Honorary Memberships (Alfred Bestall, Neal Elias, Natalie Epstein, Mick Guy, Toshie Takahama and Akira Yoshizawa)
  • Convention '85 Volunteers Listed
  • several other items

Issue 17 (February 1985)

Issue Number
17
Issue Year
1985
Page Information
8 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Features

  • New Board to Be Elected by Alice Gray, President of the Board
  • Friends of the Origami Center In New England, with photo, at Japan Society's New Year's Celebration
  • News Announcements:
    • Outside Art Inside Ann Arbor includes metal crane sculpture by Don Shall
    • Florence Temko model featured in "Instructor," a magazine for teachers.
    • Festival of Origami 2 by Carolyn Stenzel at Bergen County Wildlife Center, NJ
    • Rachel Katz co-authors "Fun Folds"
    • Gwyneth Radcliffe from the BOS discusses origami in education.
    • others
  • One Method In Our Madness (a tip for remembering which parts of a sheet of paper show on the surface of a finished model.)
  • The Second Great International Paper Airplane Contest: How to enter.
  • Origami By Children 1984: List of participants, where they reside, their age and model folded.
  • Special Sessions III Schedule and Registration Form

Diagrams

  • Three illustrations by Dr. James Sakoda using a Macintosh computer