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Issue 27 (Fall 1987)

Issue Number
27
Issue Year
1987
Page Information
24 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

There's No Place Like (the) Home Office, with Outside Photo of Home Office Window

Features

  • Diagramming Technique & Symbol Language: I. An Introduction by David Shall
  • Edgewise by Kathleen O'Regan
  • Book Reviews: Four New Books by Tomoko Fuse by Mark Kennedy
    • Book I, Joyful Boxmaking
    • Book II, Units a la Carte
    • Book III, Growing Units
    • Book IV, Changeable Units
  • What's New In The Supply Center

Departments

  • More News From The Home Office
    • Membership Policies Reviewed
    • Special Sessions
    • Thank You Sarah, Thank You! (An appreciation of Sarah Goodall)
  • News From Members
    • Origami On The Hudson
    • Lunchbox Origami
    • Floating Eaglefeather
    • A Breath of Fresh Air In the Windy City (Hisa Amimoto)
    • One Folder A Day (Annelore Jekel)
    • Deep in the Origami Heart of Texas (Patric Sheffield)
    • A Personal Tale From the Friends' 1987 Convention by Gay Merrill Gross
    • Big Folding in Vermont (Paul Rohrlich)
    • Reading Rainbow (Diane Browne and Andrew Zwick)
    • Forigami by Norma Coblenz (Glossary of origami non-words)
    • Origami at Cranbrook (Don Daller)
    • (7 more brief items)
  • News From Local & Regional Origami Societies
    • Reports from Paperfolders in New England; Orange County Folders: Capital Origami; Mini-Convention in Greenfield, MA; West Coast Origami Guild; CHAOS; Deep South Folding; New Jersey Mini-Convention; Long Island Folders; Monmouth County and AASO.
  • International News
    • Yoshizawa, International Origami Ambassador
    • The Origami Collection (Holland)
    • A [sic] Origami Tour of Japan by Lore Schirokauer
  • Exhibitions
    • Origami by Children 1987
    • The Peace Tree
    • The Exhibition In The Window
    • Origami Holiday Tree

Diagrams

  • Twenty-One Basic Symbols by David Shall
  • Rooster by John Montroll
  • Dollar Bill Dwarf by Elaine Yatsko, diagrammed by Mark Kennedy and illustrated by deg farrelly
  • Earring by Sarah Goodall, with Notes and additional illustration by Alice Gray

Issue 26 (Summer 1987)

Issue Number
26
Issue Year
1987
Page Information
20 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Convention Fever Abates; Attendees Survive with Photo of Lillian Oppenheimer and Alice Gray

Features

  • Convention Report
  • The Friends' Annual Meeting
  • Convention Diagrams: Why Aren't There More?
  • Edgewise by Kathleen O'Regan
  • Why Origami? (Bonnie Scheuchenzuber article about origami in the classroom)
  • What's New In The Supply Center
  • Group Photo: Convention '87

Departments

  • News From Members
    • Origami, The Stress Solution (Jandy Warner)
    • Watch The Origami Birdie by Anna Lee Culp
    • Star Folds: An Origami Parody by Steve Vinik
    • Origami Goes Elderhosteling
    • Do It Wet (wetfolding with Rosalind Joyce)
    • "Reading Rainbow" (LeVar Burton with Diane Brown and Andrew Zwick )
    • From The Other Side Of The Fence by Nell Miller (story about origami by an Oklahoma prison inmate)
  • News from Local & Regional Folding Societies
    • Kids For Peace: Morrestown, NJ
    • CHAOS in Chicago
    • Attention Long Island Folders
    • Orange County (NY) Origami Club
    • Friends of Origami In New England
    • Three Origami Workshops in San Diego
  • Exhibitions
    • A New England Paper Airplane Contest
    • Origami By Children 1987 (Announcement and Travel Schedule)
  • International News
    • Obituary: Eric Kenneway
    • 20th Anniversary British Origami Society Convention April 1987
    • The French Association of Paper Foldings" Flying Origami Contest Held
    • Hungary for Origami (Susanna Kricskovics)

Diagrams

  • Eagle by Guiseppe Baggi, diagrams by Stephen Weiss with tracings by K. O'Regan
  • Double Scallop Shell by Craig MacDonald
  • Dime-In-Ring: A Moneyfold by Kenneth M Kawamura, tracings by K. O'Regan
  • Eight-Pointed Star Basket, Based on a Traditional Chinese Design by Florence Temko
  • Gull On A Rock by Aaron Einbond, Age 8, diagrams by Sarah Goodall

Issue 25 (Spring 1987)

Issue Number
25
Issue Year
1987
Page Information
16 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Thank You Lillian: Lillian Oppenheimer Retiring From Paper/Book Business, with photograph of Lillian

Features

  • Convention '87
  • Moneyfolding For TransOhio Bank by Don Shall (moneyfolds in Cleveland Plain Dealer full page advertisement)
  • Convention '86 Group Photo
  • Edgewise by Kathleen O'Regan

Departments

  • News From The Home Office
    • The Friends to Sell Origami Supplies, contact Phyllis Meth
    • Notice To Members of Board Elections
    • Free Monthly Folding Meetings For Members: Origami Wednesday
  • Exhibitions
    • Origami By Children - 1985 by Ted Bond (List of particiapants, their ages and models folded)
    • Tree Time (Mayor Koch lights 10th Annual "Exhibition In The Window" Tree; Museum's Origami Holiday Tree; Meridian House International Tree in Washington; Morristown, NJ Trees)
  • News From Members
    • The Brothes Vinik
    • Obituary: Endla Saar
    • Any Friend of Lillian's Is a Friend of Ours by Anna Lee Culp
    • Very Small Is Very Big With Pam Arakawa
    • Halpert's Potpourri
    • (5 more brief stories)
  • News From Local & Regional Folding Societies
    • A Peach Of A Folding Group (Atlanta)
    • CHAOS (Chicago)
    • Origami Club of Harriburg (PA)
    • Paper Shapers of North Bergen County (NJ)
    • AASO (Ann Arbor, MI)
    • The Friends of Origami in New England

Diagrams

  • Swooping Hawk by Steve Vinik
  • Pteranodon (creator/diagrammer unattributed)
  • Ladybug by Robin Moseley