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Issue 24 (December 1986)

Issue Number
24
Issue Year
1986
Page Information
16 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Photo of Noshi, from "Origami: Rooted in Ceremony" exhibition at the AMNH

(Note: This issue is undated but was identified by postmark. Henceforth, issues are named by season/year. First Newsletter on glossy paper although 25 and 26 are non-glossy, first of four issues with added volunteer staff of Don Shall doing Macintosh page design and his wife Barbara Hofer providing editorial assistance.)

Features

  • Same Newsletter, New Look!
  • Friends to Hold Free Monthly Folding Meetings for Members
  • Origami Holiday Tree Gets a New Look With a Halo of a Thousand Stars

Departments

  • News From The Home Office
    • Photo of Lillian Oppenheimer and Verdi Adams-list item
  • More Exhibitions
    • Peace Tree at Cathedral of St. John The Devine
    • Exhibition in the Window at Japan Airlines
    • Origami by Children
    • Origami Holiday Tree at American Museum of Natural History
    • Meridian House International Christmas Tree
    • Davis, CA Public Library
    • Detroit Institute of Art
  • News From Members
    • Japanese Folders Visit New York
    • Paper Pandas and Jumping Frogs
    • A Bridal Gift
    • A Sketch of Rona Gurkewitz
    • An Origami-related Puzzle Contest Entry by Robyn Holman
    • Joan Schneider in Florida
    • Festival of the Arts: '86 Bergen County, NJ
    • More News From Members: Milton Halpert; Tom Vinik; Vicky Mihara; Kathy Weller in Japan; Clair Chamberlain in Australia
  • News From Local & Regional Folding Societies
    • Paper Shapers of Northern New Jersey
    • Monmouth County (Southern NJ) Origami Society
    • Ann Arbor Society 4 Origami
    • Friends of Origami in New England

Diagrams

  • Rose - Paper Napkin Fold, collected by Stephen Weiss (creator unknown), diagrammer unidentified, but appears to be the style of Carol Ann Wilk.
  • Canadian Beaver by Paul Rohrlich
  • Elizabeth's Heart by Elizabeth Reeds, age 5 1/2, diagrams by Steve Vinik
  • Baby Bird by Robin Moesley

Issue 23 (August 1986)

Issue Number
23
Issue Year
1986
Page Information
12 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Photo of Bobby and Pamela Hay, "juvenile instructors" for Kid's Session

Features

  • Very Special Sessions Set For Fall
  • Milton Lederman Honored
  • Florence Temko's New Book, Etc.
  • An Origami Tree At Washington, D.C.'s Meridian House International
  • Four New Honorary Members Elected (Alice Gray, Peter Miller, Fred Rohm and Gwen Williams)
  • Origami Summer Special Held At Bergen County Wildlife Center
  • It's VCR Time: The Statue of Liberty, A Video Diagram by David Shall, produced by deg farrelly
  • Momotani Family Origami--An International Exhibition
  • Fred Rohm Donates His Collection To The Friends
  • Origami Goes High Tech (Friends obtain first computer, an AT&T PC 6300)
  • Library Collection Questionnaire
  • Convention '86 Photo Gallery
  • Kathy Weller Sends Greetings From Tokyo
  • Marc Overmars Visits From Holland
  • Folded Elegance (Trish Troy Truitt displays chiyogami cards at Convention)
  • (additional brief stories and letters from members)

Departments

  • Edgewise by Kathleen O'Regan (first appearance of Kathleen's cartoon series

Diagrams

  • Music Note by Paul Fecskovics, diagrams by Steve Vinik
  • Fanny's Bag, submitted by Ruth R. Davis, diagrams by Steve Vinik

Issue 22 (May 1986)

Issue Number
22
Issue Year
1986
Page Information
12 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Photos From Convention '86: George Jarschauer and Andrew Zwick

Features

  • Convention Fever
  • Folding Big: The Statue of Liberty Project and Other Large Scale Folds by David Shall
  • Germany, France and Englan - Origami by Lore Schirokauer
  • Filming The Folding Money by Steve Vinik
  • Past Years' Convention Programs and T-shirts For Sale
  • Origami, L.D. and Me by Elaine Martin (An appreciation of Gloria Farison)
  • Convention '86 Photo Gallery
  • Martha Landy Recognized by Board of Directors Upon Leaving Associate Director Post
  • Meet George Mumford, A First-Rate Arkansas Folder
  • Great Paper Airplane Fly-Off in Brooklyn
  • Origami As Educational Therapy by Catherine Murnane, Melbourne, Australia
  • 1985 Origami By Children Exhibition by Liz Schneider (Participants names, ages and models folded)
  • Origami Brochure Published, design by Katie Kehrig

Diagrams

  • Cash Flow by Steve Vinik
  • Swan Moneyfold by Arnold Tubis, diagrams by Louise Cooper

Issue 21 (February 1986)

Issue Number
21
Issue Year
1986
Page Information
12 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Photo of David Shall's Statue of Liberty model on the 1985 Japan Air Lines tree

Features

  • What's Up MAC? (A James Sakoda update on using a Macintosh and MacDraw for diagramming, with photo)
  • Origami, The International Language by Sam Batt (teaching origami in Israel)
  • The Museum's 1985 Holiday Tree (with photo)
  • Convention '86 Announcements and Registration Form
  • Robert Lang Exhibit, And The West Coast Origami Guild
  • A Friend In Deed(s): Kyoko Kondo
  • Letter From Akira Yoshizawa
  • In New England, It's "Pay-pa:" Acivities of Friends Of Origami In New England
  • Time For 1,000 Cranes (Member Tina Koyama folds 1,000 cranes using Time Magazine covers)
  • Mingei Museum Paper Exhibit To Tour
  • Innocent By Association (Florida State Senator Kirkpatrick folds paper while campaigning)

Diagrams

  • Adolfo's Inside-Out Flower by Adolfo Cerceda, diagrams by Liz Schneider (first appearance of a complete model diagram in the Newsletter)