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Issue 37 (Summer/Fall 1990)

Issue Number
37
Issue Year
1990
Page Information
32 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Two photos of paper airplane contest at Convention '90

Features

  • Recipe for the 1990 Friends Convention by Paul Krueger
  • Jean-Jerome Casalonga (The Mad Corsican) by Paul Krueger
  • Photo Gallery: Convention '90
  • Interview with Tomoko Fuse by Wendy S. Zeichner, with translation assistance from Kyoko Kondo
  • Famous Paperfolders (listing Friedrich Froebel, Harry Houdini, Leonardo da Vinci, Lewis Carroll, and Miguel de Unamuno)
  • Edgewise by Kathleen O'Regan
  • Bent Out of Shape by Joanne Ortman, reprinted from Manifold
  • Dividing Into Thirds -- Overcorrection Method by Paul V oelker (illustrated)
  • Origami and Math by John Montroll
  • Diagramming: Part VI by Robert Lang
  • Book Reviews
    • World Origami Series (4 volumes) by Tomoko Fuse, reviewed by Wendy Zeichner
    • Paper People and Other Pointers by David Petty, reviewed by Wendy Zeichner
    • Origami: I Piccoli Animali de Alfredo Giunta d'acqua, di terra, d'aria, reviewed by Mark Kennedy
    • Origami Sealife, by John Montroll and Robert Lang, reviewed by Mark Kennedy
    • Origami Zoo by Robert Lang and Stephen Weiss, reviewed by Mark Kennedy
    • More'igami by Jeff Beynon, reviewed by Mark Kennedy
    • Origami: New Ideas for Paperfolding by Gay Merrill Gross, reviewed by Jan Polish
  • Mountains and Valleys by Jean-Paul Latil
  • Group Photo: Convention '90

Departments

  • News from the Home Office
    • Notice of Board Elections; Origami by Children 1990; Publications; Alice Gray resigns from the Board; Annual Meeting; Monthly Folding Meetings; Help Wanted; committees; and other stories or announcements
  • News from Members
    • News from or about: Brad Blumenthal on transmitting diagrams by computer; Adrian Blumenfeld: Jay Ansill; World's largest paper boat; Origami in Listen, a drug-prevention magazine for teens; Christopher Pierce: origami by a prison inmate; Origami in Japan and Okinawa by Michael Wrenn; Misha Litvinov; Shawn Troy Truitt; Origami Tree for children with AIDS
  • Regional News
    • List of Regional Groups and Meetings
    • News from: Westchester Origami Workers (WOW); Connecticut; and California (San Diego and Bay Area groups)
  • News from the Supply Center

Diagrams

  • F-14 by Michael Weinstein
  • Dancer's Hat by Laura Kruskal, diagrams by Mark Kennedy
  • Practical Purse by Gay Merrill Gross, reprinted from Origami: New Ideas for Paperfolding
  • Expanding Pouch by Didier Boursin, with added variations by Mark Kennedy, Aldo Putignano and David Shall, diagrams by Mark Kennedy
  • Heart Box by Keiko Uruga
  • Heart Cube Module by Francis Ow
  • 8-Piece Garland by Francis Ow

Issue 36 (Spring 1990)

Issue Number
36
Issue Year
1990
Page Information
24 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Photo of Mitchell and Sara Yoffe

Features

  • For the Very First Time (member responses to the "first time you folded" contest: Gay Merrill Gross, Joshua Brayman, Barbara Turner and Myrna Segal)
  • Copyright, Origami, and The Friends
  • Bent Out of Shape by Joanne Ortman, reprinted from Manifold
  • Edgewise by Kathleen O'Regan
  • When to Zen by Rhea Doucette (poem with illustration: origami from home delivery menus)

Departments

  • News from the Home Office
    • A Letter from our President by Michael Shall
    • Annual Financial Report for Period Ending 12/31/89
    • More News: Committees; Paper Magic Tree in Dallas
  • News from Members
    • News about or from: George Kirkpatrick; Sheryl Kaplan; Linda Yoffe; Debbie Snow; Megan Hicks; Tori Powell; Joel Stern; Jeff Beynon; Rhea Doucette; Melanie Lewis; Ron Arruda reporting on the death of Thelma Randlett; Milton Halpert; Barbara Van Houten; Maria-Louise Sidoroff; Don Shall; Alan Huang on "computational origami;" Cindy Davis
  • Regional News
    • Reports from: Monmouth County Mini-Convention; CHAOS; LIFE 4th Annual Fold Fest; Front Range Origami Guild (FROG), Colorado
    • Regional Groups and Meetings List
  • International News
    • Meeting Kasahara; A Modest Origami Lyricist by Toshi Aoyagi
    • Origami Dutch Style by John Montroll
    • Origami British Style by deg farrelly
    • More News from: Spain; Japan; India; France
  • Tips and Techniques
    • Self-Preservation for Origami Models by Mark Kennedy (coatings, sprays and dips)
  • News from the Supply Center

Diagrams

  • 5 Diamonds Moneyfold by Mike Thomas, diagrams by Thomas Shultz
  • Razor by Jim Troutman
  • Flapping Butterfly by Alain Georgeot, diagrams by Mark Kennedy
  • Gliding Butterfly by Didier Boursin, diagrams by Mark Kennedy

Issue 35 (Winter 1990)

Issue Number
35
Issue Year
1990
Page Information
24 pages
Mailed
Mailed

Cover

Photo of deg farrelly's Pennsylvania "ORIGAMI" license plate

Features

  • Origami: Here, There, and Everywhere! (results of a contest to submit origami sitings)
  • Obituary: Marion Costa
  • The Year of the Apatosaurus (with list of all folders who donated models for the Holiday Tree)
  • Edgewise by Kathleen O'Regan
  • Bent Out of Shape by Joanne Ortman, reprinted from Manifold
  • Some Practical Advice for Folders by Paul H. Krueger
  • Trees by Members
  • Diagramming: Part V by Robert Lang
  • Book Reviews
    • The Gliding flight by John M. Collins, reviewed by Frank F. Fincken III
    • Origami Faces by Jean-Jerome Casalonga and Louis Mhaimeux, reviewed by Mark Kennedy
    • Origami Boxes by Tomoko Fuse, reviewed by Wendy Zeichner
    • One Dozen Folds by Nick Robinson, reviewed by Mark Kennedy
    • Animal Origami by Edwin Corrie, reviewed by Mark Kennedy
    • The Complete Origami Course, reviewed by Jan Polish
  • Mountains and Valleys by Jean-Paul Latil

Departments

  • News from the Home Office
    • A Letter from our President by Michael Shall
    • There's No Place Like the Home-Office by Brad Blumenthal
    • More News: Monthly Folding Meetings; Committees; Special Sessions; Lending Library; Origami by Children
  • News from Members
    • News from or about: Brad Blumenthal; Milton Lederman; Harry Eagle; Walter Enloe and the Thousand Crane Club; Peter Engel; Origami in Weyerhauser Today Magazine
  • Regional Groups and Meetings List
  • International News
    • Noah's Ark collage by Milada Blahova (Czechoslovakia)
    • An American in Japan by Meade Pimsler
    • More News from: International Origami Center, Japan; Elsje van der Ploeg, Holland; and Origami Munchen, Germany from Rene Lucio
  • News from the Supply Center

Diagrams

  • Sun Visor by Geoffrey Katz, diagrams by Mark Kennedy
  • Three-Headed Dragon by Milada Blahova, with Bird Base diagrams by Mark Kennedy
  • Cobra by Timothy Murphy