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Risd Paper December 15, 1969, Students Of Risd Dec 1969

Risd Paper December 15, 1969, Students Of Risd

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This student-run weekly newspaper was known simply as R.I.S.D., or RISD Paper. The RISD Paper ran through the late 1960s and into the 1970s. The issue of December 15, 1969 had a letter about saving Carr House, the student run coffee house. There also were Student Board notes, a recipe, and events for RISD students. A memo from John Lincoln, Dean of Students was also included concerning the Freshman Foundation department.


Risd Paper December 8, 1969, Students Of Risd Dec 1969

Risd Paper December 8, 1969, Students Of Risd

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This student-run weekly newspaper was known simply as R.I.S.D., or RISD Paper. The RISD Paper ran through the late 1960s and into the 1970s. The issue of December 8, 1969 included a recipe, photos of the Rolling Stones, Wintersession complaints, and information about the American Mime Theatre classes at RISD. Ads, and calendar events for RISD students were also in this issue.


Risd Paper November 24, 1969, Students Of Risd Nov 1969

Risd Paper November 24, 1969, Students Of Risd

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This student-run weekly newspaper was known simply as R.I.S.D., or RISD Paper. The RISD Paper ran through the late 1960s and into the 1970s. The issue of November 24, 1969 included an article about the RISD presidential inauguration. Also there were articles about a meeting for ecology action in Rhode Island, an temporary emergency shelter at the RISD farm, and space concerns on campus. A recipe, art exhibitions and a calendar of events for RISD students was also included.


Risd Paper November 17, 1969, Students Of Risd Nov 1969

Risd Paper November 17, 1969, Students Of Risd

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This student-run weekly newspaper was known simply as R.I.S.D., or RISD Paper. The RISD Paper ran through the late 1960s and into the 1970s. The issue of November 17, 1969 included an article from The Providence Evening Bulletin about the renovation of the Woods Gerry mansion at RISD. Letters to the editor, a play, art exhibitions and openings and other events for RISD students were listed.


Risd Paper November 10, 1969, Students Of Risd Nov 1969

Risd Paper November 10, 1969, Students Of Risd

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This student-run weekly newspaper was known simply as R.I.S.D., or RISD Paper. The RISD Paper ran through the late 1960s and into the 1970s. The issue of November 10, 1969 included an article about Freshman being set apart and the need to meet different people. There also were student board meeting notes and the need for one more member. The need for a central gathering place on campus for students was also mentioned. A poem and a calendar of events for RISD students was also included.


Risd Paper November 3, 1969, Students Of Risd Nov 1969

Risd Paper November 3, 1969, Students Of Risd

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This student-run weekly newspaper was known simply as R.I.S.D., or RISD Paper. The RISD Paper ran through the late 1960s and into the 1970s. The issue of November 3, 1969 had information about a grade poll, a march in favor of the grape boycott and an opportunity to create and design the RISD Commencement ceremony. Also included was the question of funding for RISD students to attend a ceramic convention at Penn State.


Risd Paper October 29, 1969, Students Of Risd Oct 1969

Risd Paper October 29, 1969, Students Of Risd

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This student-run weekly newspaper was known simply as R.I.S.D., or RISD Paper. The RISD Paper ran through the late 1960s and into the 1970s. The issue of October 29, 1969 had an article about Painting students needing more studio space. Also there was an article about Woods Gerry mansion being renovated for administration offices and gallery space. President Rantoul and the RISD Board of Trustees would have to decide about this on October 29.


Risd Paper October 27, 1969, Students Of Risd Oct 1969

Risd Paper October 27, 1969, Students Of Risd

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This student-run weekly newspaper was known simply as R.I.S.D., or RISD Paper. The RISD Paper ran through the late 1960s and into the 1970s. The issue of October 27, 1969 included an article about student activism at RISD and through-out the US. A meeting was organized for RISD students for campus space issues. A calendar of events was also included for RISD students.


Risd Paper October 20, 1969, Students Of Risd Oct 1969

Risd Paper October 20, 1969, Students Of Risd

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This student-run weekly newspaper was known simply as R.I.S.D., or RISD Paper. The RISD Paper ran through the late 1960s and into the 1970s. This issue from October 10, 1969 featured a letter from a student at WPI who wanted to have a newspaper column exchange and a short article about a sick child in Providence. Also there was a journal entry and information about College Work Study. Photos, a poem and a calendar of events for RISD students were also included.


Risd Paper October 13, 1969, Students Of Risd Oct 1969

Risd Paper October 13, 1969, Students Of Risd

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This student-run weekly newspaper was known simply as R.I.S.D., or RISD Paper. The RISD Paper ran through the late 1960s and into the 1970s. The issue of October 13, 1969 included articles about the plight of farm workers and the California Grape Boycott. There was a short piece by John Torres, RISD sculpture faculty about Black art. Student activism and a calendar for the moratorium events was also included. A calendar of events for RISD students was also in this issue.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 19, No. 1, Vernon H. Nelson, Lothar Madeheim, Mildred Urick, John A. Hostetler, Beulah S. Hostetler, Mac E. Barrick, Arthur J. Lawton, Don Yoder Oct 1969

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 19, No. 1, Vernon H. Nelson, Lothar Madeheim, Mildred Urick, John A. Hostetler, Beulah S. Hostetler, Mac E. Barrick, Arthur J. Lawton, Don Yoder

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Moravian Settlements of Pennsylvania in 1757: The Nicholas Garrison Views
• The San Rocco Festival at Aliquippa, Pennsylvania: A Transplanted Tradition
• Amish Genealogy: A Progress Report
• Pulpit Humor in Central Pennsylvania
• The Pre-Metric Foot and its Use in Pennsylvania German Architecture
• Mennonite Contacts Across the Atlantic: The Van der Smissen Letter of 1838
• Bread, Baking, and the Bakeoven: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 13


James Earle Fraser: American Sculptor, Kennedy Galleries, Inc. Oct 1969

James Earle Fraser: American Sculptor, Kennedy Galleries, Inc.

University Art Collection Books

A Retrospective Exhibition of Bronzes from Works of 1913 to 1953 June 2nd, to July 3rd, 1969. The Darrell W. Krueger Library received permission (Spring 2018) from the Kennedy Galleries, Inc. New York, New York to digitize and make available through OpenRiver, for educational use, this retrospective catalog of James Earle Fraser's work.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 18, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Martha S. Best, Don Yoder, Edna Eby Heller, Carter W. Craigie, Betty Snellenburg, William H. Egle, Robert C. Bucher Jul 1969

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 18, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Martha S. Best, Don Yoder, Edna Eby Heller, Carter W. Craigie, Betty Snellenburg, William H. Egle, Robert C. Bucher

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Discord in the Garden
• The Folk Festival Seminars: Crafts and Customs of the Year
• What to Read on the Amish
• "Soup's On!"
• Festival Highlights
• Folk Festival Program
• Folk Festival Geisinger
• Four Interviews with Powwowers
• The First Historian of the Pennsylvania Germans
• The Public Sale Sixty Years Ago
• The Long Shingle
• Quilts and Quilting: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 12


Designer's News May 19, 1969, Students Of Risd May 1969

Designer's News May 19, 1969, Students Of Risd

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The Designer's News was a student-run weekly newspaper published in the late 1960s. The issue of May 19-25, 1969 featured an article about the RISD Landscape Architecture department's study to save Block Island, RI. There also was an interview with John Torres about summer programs at RISD and at a school in Vermont, and an article about a RISD photo student who taught local pre-teens about photography. Also included was an article about the Rhode Island Art Festival and some RISD students who were volunteering their time to help.


Designer's News May 12, 1969, Students Of Risd May 1969

Designer's News May 12, 1969, Students Of Risd

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The Designer was a student newspaper published in 1942. Three issues remain today. The first two issues are written by typewriter on loose sheaves of paper. The issue of May 12-18, 1969 included articles about Apparel Design's annual show Collection 1969, and an article about Man and his Technology, a seminar that was attended by 250 people. There was a brief article about racial troubles at Hope High School in Providence that was from a publication called EXTRA. Comics, ads, letters and art exhibits were also mentioned.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 18, No. 3, Harry E. Smith, Donald R. Friary, L. Karen Baldwin, Amos Long Jr., Friedrich Krebs, Don Yoder Apr 1969

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 18, No. 3, Harry E. Smith, Donald R. Friary, L. Karen Baldwin, Amos Long Jr., Friedrich Krebs, Don Yoder

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The End of the Horse and Buggy Era
• Moravian Architecture and Town Planning: A Review
• Humor in a Friendly World
• Chickens and Chicken Houses in Rural Pennsylvania
• Eighteenth-Century Emigrants to America from the Duchy of Zweibrucken and the Germersheim District
• Horse-Drawn Transportation: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 11


Inscape Spring 1969, Morehead State University Apr 1969

Inscape Spring 1969, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Spring 1969 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


The Lantern Vol. 35, No. 2, Spring 1969, Ritchie Davis, Janie Lancey, Linda Dimauro, Mary Ellen Mcfadden, Pam Grant, Beth Bland, Richard Dixon Apr 1969

The Lantern Vol. 35, No. 2, Spring 1969, Ritchie Davis, Janie Lancey, Linda Dimauro, Mary Ellen Mcfadden, Pam Grant, Beth Bland, Richard Dixon

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• My Steps Alone
• He Said He Hated Time
• Communication
• Evolution
• Morning Almost Faded
• Today I Looked
• Gloucester
• Have You Ever Tried
• It's Contact
• The Galloping Camel
• Life's Flight
• Haiku
• Today is Monday
• At the Waterfront
• He Said to Me
• Somewhere
• A Darkened Window
• The Stomach of the Sea
• And When I Looked There Were Pinprick Holes in the Sky
• Trinity
• You Are a Goof
• In Transit
• Night Will Fall
• Praise Be To...?


Events-Gorham-Arts-Events (1969), Usm Art Department Apr 1969

Events-Gorham-Arts-Events (1969), Usm Art Department

Exhibitions

Arts and Events Listing for Spring 1969


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 18, No. 2, Robert C. Bucher, Don Yoder, Harry H. Hiller, Henry Glassie, Donald F. Durnbaugh Jan 1969

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 18, No. 2, Robert C. Bucher, Don Yoder, Harry H. Hiller, Henry Glassie, Donald F. Durnbaugh

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Swiss Bank House in Pennsylvania
• Trance-Preaching in the United States
• The Sleeping Preachers: An Historical Study of the Role of Charisma in Amish Society
• A Central Chimney Continental Log House
• The German Journalist and the Dunker Love-Feast
• Christmas Customs: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 10


Aib Yearbook, 1969, Art Institute Of Boston Jan 1969

Aib Yearbook, 1969, Art Institute Of Boston

Yearbooks-Art Institute of Boston (AIB)

1969 AIB. Yearbook published by the Art Institute of Boston. Original volume available for browsing in the Lesley University Archives.


The Art Institute Of Boston Course Catalog (1969-1971), The Art Institute Of Boston Jan 1969

The Art Institute Of Boston Course Catalog (1969-1971), The Art Institute Of Boston

Course Catalogs-Art Institute of Boston (AIB)

In January of 1968 The School of Practical Art changed its name to The Art Institute of Boston as an outward sign of the diversity of ideas and interests that had generated during the past decade. The combined efforts of students, teachers, and administrators have produced a broad program which attracts students with a variety of goals, and affords an opportunity to study in several different disciplines.

The Art Institute of Boston seeks talented young people who wish to make art their lifetime career. The school offers a three-year program leading to diplomas in advertising design, illustration, photography, and fine ...


Fall Fine Arts At Gorham State College (1969), Usm Art Department Jan 1969

Fall Fine Arts At Gorham State College (1969), Usm Art Department

Exhibitions

Concert - Lecture Series
Student Performances
College Art Gallery
International Film Series


The Lantern Vol. 35, No. 1, Winter 1969, Vicki Van Horn, T. W. Rhody, Howard Solomon, Linda Richtmyre, Robert Yannone, Judy Schneider, Michael Stoner, Carol Martin, Linda Dimauro Jan 1969

The Lantern Vol. 35, No. 1, Winter 1969, Vicki Van Horn, T. W. Rhody, Howard Solomon, Linda Richtmyre, Robert Yannone, Judy Schneider, Michael Stoner, Carol Martin, Linda Dimauro

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Industrialization
• Convention
• 86 Prof
• Even Your Roommate
• Specificity
• Bo Jangles and Snowstorms in America
• You Might Be
• Election Night 1968
• Haiku
• The Staff of Life
• Wind
• Brown Mills Blues
• The Reunion
• Ballad of the Lost Widow
• Sunset
• You - Revealed
• Boredom?
• Victim
• I Owned A Tree
• Days Bounce Along
• Oblivion
• Reality