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Issue 34 (Fall/Winter 1989)

Issue Number
34
Issue Year
1989
Page Information
24 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Photo of an 1870 painting "The Merrymakers" by Carolus Duran, with a Pajarita

Features

  • Everything Old is New Again
    • "The Merrymakers" painting, story by Don Shall
    • "Trouble-Wit" instructions from 1882, story by David Shall
  • Edgewise by Kathleen O'Regan
  • Bent Out of Shape by Joanne Ortman, reprinted from Manifold
  • Obituary: Verdi Adams
  • As I Recall by Alice Gray (early history of the Origami Center)
  • Origami Poetry by Bernice Smith, Diane Dickey, Kamlesh Gandhi, Father Jim Connolly, and Cynthia Coggan Barber
  • Diagramming: Part IV by Robert Lang
  • Crossword Puzzle by Eric Anderson

Departments

  • News from the Home Office
    • Notice of Board Elections; Monthly Folding Meetings; Board Update; A Letter from our President by Michael Shall
  • News from Members
    • My Story of Origami by Kathleen Hong, reprinted from the newsletter of Origami Society of Toronto
    • News from or about: Emma Lampariello; Milton Halpert; Robot that folds paper airplanes; deg farrelly; Marcia Mau; Dorothy Caplan; Siegried and Roy; Jerry Slocum
  • News from Regional Groups
    • List of Regional Groups and Meetings
    • Reports from: Massachusetts; Lillian Oppenheimer visits CHAOS meeting by Josua Koppel; Origami Paperfolders Of San Diego (OPOSD) by Mark Saliers; AASO report by Don Shall; Origami Society of Canada; New Jersey Annual Festival of Origami; Monmouth County Circle of Origami Paperfolders (CO-OP); LIFE
  • International News
    • An American in Paris...and Sheffield by Michael Shal
  • Tips and Techniques:
    • Origami: Dye-ing for Your Art by Mark Kennedy (techniques for dyeing paper)
  • News from the Supply Center

Diagrams

  • Hopping Frog, traditional, collected and diagrammed by Nick Robinson
  • The Wave by Matthew Green, with suggested variations
  • Dollar Bill Cat by Guiseppe Baggi, diagrams by Ros Joyce, dollar bill illustration by deg farrelly
  • Verdi's Vase, traditional Chinese model popularized by Verdi Adams, collected by Philip Shen and diagrammed by Mark Kennedy

Issue 33 (1989)

Issue Number
33
Issue Year
1989
Page Information
24 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Photos: Folding the flapping crane behind your back

Features

  • Convention '89--A winner, hands down
    • How I Spent My Spring Vacation by Paul Kruger
    • A Gathering of Ideas by Dorothy Kaplan
    • OriCon '89 by Jerry Harris
  • Obituary: Eric Drew
  • Bent Out of Shape by Joanne Ortman, reprinted from Manifold
  • Edgewise by Kathleen O'Regan
  • As I Recall by Alice Gray (early recollections of Lillian Oppenheimer and the Origami Center)
  • Diagramming: Part III by Robert Lang
  • Book Reviews
    • Unit Origami Chains (Constructions) by Tomoko Fuse, reviewed by Don Sigal
    • Origami Dimensions (Modulars) by Tomoko Fuse, reviewed by Don Sigal
    • Origami Land (Toys) by Tomoko Fuse, reviewed by Don Sigal
    • Origami Sculptures, and Prehistoric Origami, both by John Montroll, reviewed by Jan Polish
    • Folding the Universe: From Angelfish to Zen by Peter Engel, reviewed by Jan Polish
  • Mountains and Valleys by Jean-Paul Latil
  • Crossword Puzzle by Eric M. Anderson

Departments

  • News from the Home Office
    • Annual Meeting; Election of Officers; Committees; A Letter from our President by Michael Shall; Home Sweet Home Office; Monthly Folding Meetings; Lending Library; Publications; Special Sessions; Origami by Children touring schedule; Annual Financial Report for Period Ending 12/31/88.
  • News from Members
    • News from or about Barbara J. Maletz; Libby Purves; Rebbekka Riverstone; Donna Walcavage; Scott Cohen; Michael Solomonov; Harry Eagle; and Nick Robinson
  • News from Regional Groups
    • List of Regional Groups and Meetings
    • Photo of members of CHAOS, CHicago Area Origami Society
    • Reports from San Diego, CA; Florida; Colorado; YorkPAperfolders; Illinois; Ontario; Tennessee; Long Island; and NJ Mini-Convention
  • International News
    • British Origami Society Spring Convention by Judy Hall
    • Reports from Spain; Soviet Union; Belgium; Japan; and Poland
  • News from the Supply Center

Diagrams

  • Flapping Butterflies: Simple, Intermediate and Dollar Bill variation by deg farrelly
  • Flapping Seal by Ed Sullivan, diagrams by Mark Kennedy
  • Crane Stick Pin by David Shall

Issue 32 (Spring 1989)

Issue Number
32
Issue Year
1989
Page Information
24 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Photo of Gay Merrill Gross teaching

Features

  • Those Who Can, Teach! by Gay Merril Gross
  • Origami Teaching Tips by Jan Polish
  • Origami by Children (1988 Exhibition list of participants, their ages and models folded)
  • Mountains and Valleys (a new cartoon) by Jean-Paul Latil
  • Edgewise by Kathleen O'Regan
  • Bent Out of Shape by Joanne Ortman, reprinted from Manifold
  • Diagramming -- Part II by Robert Lang
  • Book Reviews by Mark Kennedy
    • Origami Maschere Animate by Franco Pavarin
    • Mouvement Francais des Plieurs de Papier (MFPP):
      • Pliages I: Initiation et Perfectionnement by Gilles Gautherin
      • Pliages II: Panorama International by MFPP
      • Pliages III: Avions et Bateaux by MFPP
    • The Complete Book of Origami by Robert Lang
  • Origami Match'ems by Douglas Shachnow (puzzle)

Departments

  • News from the Home Office
    • A Letter from our President by Alice Gray (including updates on "Models By Members," Friends' library shelves built by Jonathan Baxter and the Friends Lending Library)
    • Monthly Folding Meetings; Special Sessions; Folding Fund Fest; Help Wanted
  • Tips and Techniques
    • Computer Diagramming by Robert Lang
    • It's Definitely A Ten! by David Shall (rating the difficulty level of models)
    • Tips for storing and cutting origami paper (Jandy Warner, Sirley Johannesma and Ann Paulson)
  • News from Members
    • News from or about: Florence Temko, Martha Landy, Pamela Beth Heukerott, Peter Engel, Sister Anne Michael Petito, Milton Halpert, Michael Shall, Kyoko Kondo, Lee Ann Holt and Terrell Hayes.
  • News from Regional Groups
    • List of Regional Groups and Meetings
    • Reports from Illinois, Kentucky, MIchigan, Oregon, California and New Jersey
  • International News
    • Origami in Brazil, from Carlos Eduardo Quillin and Marcia Bloch
    • Letter from Akira Yoshizawa
  • News from the Supply Center

Diagrams

  • Hopping Bunny by Gay Merrill Gross
  • Box With Lid by Jean-Paul Latil, diagrams and text by Mark Kennedy, adapted from the author's originals
  • Tetrahedron by Don Sigal, diagrams and text by Mark Kennedy, adapted from the author's originals
  • Sperm Whale by John Montroll