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Montage December 8, 1972, Students Of Risd Dec 1972

Montage December 8, 1972, Students Of Risd

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Montage was a student-published, bi-weekly newspaper written in the early 1970s. The issue of December 8, 1972 included an interview with Dean Randolph and an article about the election of new members of the RISD Board of Trustees. Also included was information about new art in the RISD Museum. Events and classifieds for RISD students were also mentioned.


Inscape December 1972, Morehead State University Dec 1972

Inscape December 1972, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The December 1972 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


Montage November 17, 1972, Students Of Risd Nov 1972

Montage November 17, 1972, Students Of Risd

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Montage was a student-published, bi-weekly newspaper written in the early 1970s. The issue of November 17, 1972 included an article about the Miter Boxing Club. There was a contest for changing the name of the students newspaper and a students won for the name change to Expose. There was an article about the recent Figure Sculpture exhibit at the RISD Museum. Also there was another article about the changes to the professional exam for students seeking architectural licenses at some New England colleges, including RISD. Events for RISD students were also listed.


M.S. Island Venture, Italian Dinner Menu, Thursday, November 2, 1972 (Copy 2), Flagship Cruises Inc. Nov 1972

M.S. Island Venture, Italian Dinner Menu, Thursday, November 2, 1972 (Copy 2), Flagship Cruises Inc.

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Flagship Cruises, M.S. Island Venture. Italian Dinner menu, Thursday, November 2, 1972.


M.S. Island Venture, Luncheon Menu, Thursday, November 2, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc. Nov 1972

M.S. Island Venture, Luncheon Menu, Thursday, November 2, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc.

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Flagship Cruises, M.S. Island Venture. Luncheon menu, Thursday, November 2, 1972.

Cover illustration: BERMUDA FLOWER STAMPS; APPROVAL FOR THE REPRODUCTION OF THESE STAMPS WAS KINDLY GRANTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF BERMUDA.

Back cover comments: The SEA HOUND, mounted on prows of ancient Viking longboats, now symbolizes Flagship Cruises Inc. luxury cruise service. FLAGSHIP CRUISES INC. Agents for Flagship Cruises Limited.


M.S. Island Venture, Breakfast Menu, Thursday, November 2, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc. Nov 1972

M.S. Island Venture, Breakfast Menu, Thursday, November 2, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc.

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Flagship Cruises, M.S. Island Venture. Breakfast menu, Thursday, November 2, 1972.

Cover illustration: A MAP OF THE WEST INDIES AND CARIBBEAN SEA by BRUCE E. ROBERTS.


M.S. Island Venture, Captain's Farewell Dinner, Wednesday, November 1, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc. Nov 1972

M.S. Island Venture, Captain's Farewell Dinner, Wednesday, November 1, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc.

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Flagship Cruises, M.S. Island Venture. Captain's Farewell dinner menu, Wednesday, November 1, 1972.


M.S. Island Venture, Dinner Menu, Tuesday, October 31, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc. Oct 1972

M.S. Island Venture, Dinner Menu, Tuesday, October 31, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc.

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Flagship Cruises, M.S. Island Venture. Dinner menu, Tuesday, October 31, 1972.

Cover illustration:THE "SOLEIL ROYAL," built in 1690, was one of the finest sailing-vessels in the fleet of Louis XIV

Illustration taken from "The Great Age of Sail, devised and published by Edita, Lausanne.

Back cover comments: The SEA HOUND, mounted on prows of ancient Viking longboats, now symbolizes Flagship Cruises Inc. luxury cruise service. FLAGSHIP CRUISES INC. Agents for Flagship Cruises Limited.


M.S. Island Venture, Dinner Menu, Monday, October 30, 1972 (Copy 2), Flagship Cruises Inc. Oct 1972

M.S. Island Venture, Dinner Menu, Monday, October 30, 1972 (Copy 2), Flagship Cruises Inc.

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Flagship Cruises, M.S. Island Venture. Dinner menu, Monday, October 30, 1972.

Cover illustration: THE "GOLDEN LION," Flagship of the famous Dutch Admiral, Cornelius Tromp, in Amsterdam harbour 1680, painted by van de Velde the Younger.

Illustration taken from "The Great Age of Sail," devised and published by Edita, Lausanne.

Back cover comments: The SEA HOUND, mounted on prows of ancient Viking longboats, now symbolizes Flagship Cruises Inc. luxury cruise service. FLAGSHIP CRUISES INC. Agents for Flagship Cruises Limited.


M.S. Island Venture, Dinner Menu, Monday, October 30, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc. Oct 1972

M.S. Island Venture, Dinner Menu, Monday, October 30, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc.

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Flagship Cruises, M.S. Island Venture. Dinner menu, Monday, October 30, 1972.

Cover illustration: THE "GOLDEN LION," Flagship of the famous Dutch Admiral, Cornelius Tromp, in Amsterdam harbour 1680, painted by van de Velde the Younger.

Illustration taken from "The Great Age of Sail," devised and published by Edita, Lausanne.

Back cover comments: The SEA HOUND, mounted on prows of ancient Viking longboats, now symbolizes Flagship Cruises Inc. luxury cruise service. FLAGSHIP CRUISES INC. Agents for Flagship Cruises Limited.


M.S. Island Venture, Welcome Gala Dinner Menu, Sunday, October 29, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc. Oct 1972

M.S. Island Venture, Welcome Gala Dinner Menu, Sunday, October 29, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc.

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Flagship Cruises, M.S. Island Venture. Welcome Gala Dinner menu, Sunday, October 29, 1972.

Cover illustration: "NAVAL PARADE AT PORTSMOUTH ON JUNE 23cd , 1814," depicts the visit to England of the Emperor of Russia and the King of Prussia.

Illustration taken from "The Great Age of Sail," devised and published by Edita, Lausanne.

Back cover comments: The SEA HOUND, mounted on prows of ancient Viking longboats, now symbolizes Flagship Cruises Inc. luxury cruise service. FLAGSHIP CRUISES INC. Agents for Flagship Cruises Limited.


M.S. Island Venture, Luncheon Menu, Sunday, October 29, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc. Oct 1972

M.S. Island Venture, Luncheon Menu, Sunday, October 29, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc.

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Flagship Cruises, M.S. Island Venture. Luncheon menu, Sunday, October 29, 1972.

Cover illustration: GOLD AND EMERALD CROSS, PRICELESS MASTERPIECE OF THE TUCKER TREASURE, BERMUDA.

Back cover comments: The SEA HOUND, mounted on prows of ancient Viking longboats, now symbolizes Flagship Cruises Inc. luxury cruise service. FLAGSHIP CRUISES INC. Agents for Flagship Cruises Limited.


M.S. Island Venture, Breakfast Menu, Sunday, October 29, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc. Oct 1972

M.S. Island Venture, Breakfast Menu, Sunday, October 29, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc.

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Flagship Cruises, M.S. Island Venture. Breakfast menu, Sunday, October 29, 1972.

Cover illustration: A MAP OF THE WEST INDIES AND CARIBBEAN SEA by BRUCE E. ROBERTS.


M.S. Island Venture, Dinner Menu, Saturday, October 28, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc. Oct 1972

M.S. Island Venture, Dinner Menu, Saturday, October 28, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc.

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Flagship Cruises, M.S. Island Venture. Dinner menu, Saturday, October 28, 1972.

Cover illustration: A MAP OF THE WEST INDIES AND CARIBBEAN SEA by BRUCE E. ROBERTS.

Cover illustration designed and published by Bruce E. Roberts, Miami, Florida.

Back cover comments: The SEA HOUND, mounted on prows of ancient Viking longboats, now symbolizes Flagship Cruises Inc. luxury cruise service. FLAGSHIP CRUISES INC.


Montage October 18, 1972, Students Of Risd Oct 1972

Montage October 18, 1972, Students Of Risd

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Montage was a student-published, bi-weekly newspaper written in the early 1970s. The issue of October 18, 1972 had an article about an open house at the RISD Campus Assistance Center on October 26, 1972. A women's lib multiple choice quiz, RISD Museum news and a game were also in this issue. Events of interest to RISD students and classifieds were also included.


M.S. Island Venture, Dinner Menu, Monday, October 10, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc. Oct 1972

M.S. Island Venture, Dinner Menu, Monday, October 10, 1972, Flagship Cruises Inc.

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Flagship Cruises, M.S. Island Venture. Dinner menu, Monday, October 30, 1972. "FAREWELL DINNER IN HONOUR OF OUR BERMUDIAN FRIENDS THANKING THEM FOR THE KIND CO-OPERATION THEY HA VE AL WA YS GIVEN US."

Cover illustration: SOME OF THE NATIONAL FLAGS FLOWN AT SEA DURING THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.

Illustration taken from "The Great Age of Sail," devised and published by Edita, Lausanne.

Back cover comments: The SEA HOUND, mounted on prows of ancient Viking longboats, now symbolizes Flagship Cruises Inc. luxury cruise service. FLAGSHIP CRUISES INC. Agents for Flagship Cruises Limited.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 22, No. 1, Carroll Hopf, Ellen J. Gehret, Alan G. Keyser, Louis Winkler, Mac E. Barrick, Friedrich Krebs Oct 1972

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 22, No. 1, Carroll Hopf, Ellen J. Gehret, Alan G. Keyser, Louis Winkler, Mac E. Barrick, Friedrich Krebs

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Calligraphic Drawings and Pennsylvania German Fraktur
• Flax Processing in Pennsylvania: From Seed to Fiber
• Pennsylvania German Astronomy and Astrology III: Comets and Meteors
• Rural Economics in Central Pennsylvania, 1850-1867
• Palatine Emigrants to America from the Oppenheim Area, 1742-1749
• Fruit Harvesting and Preservation: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 26


The Lantern Vol. 39, No. 1, Fall 1972, James Popelka, K. Lee Turner, Richard E. Hankison, Nina Camiel, Randy Sargent, Edmond Knowles, Cheryl Hiltebeitel, Vincent Phillips, Raymond Fleck, Kate Swanson, Henry R. Ellsworth Jr., Mary Spink, Kelly Stewart, Robert J. Micklus, Scott Wagner Oct 1972

The Lantern Vol. 39, No. 1, Fall 1972, James Popelka, K. Lee Turner, Richard E. Hankison, Nina Camiel, Randy Sargent, Edmond Knowles, Cheryl Hiltebeitel, Vincent Phillips, Raymond Fleck, Kate Swanson, Henry R. Ellsworth Jr., Mary Spink, Kelly Stewart, Robert J. Micklus, Scott Wagner

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• A Journey Into Darkness
• September 5, 1972
• Atlantic Taperecorder
• Aftermath
• Linda
• Sweet Baby Jane
• The Court of the Ebony Clown
• The Cosmic Band
• Poem to the Dreamer
• Dawn
• Too Bad Life Isn't
• Incident at Tiffany's
• Sonnet
• Infinitas
• Podiatry
• 2 and 4a
• Autistic Autumn
• I Walk Alone
• Eyes---and They Were Empty


Needlework, Connie Bowie Oct 1972

Needlework, Connie Bowie

Honors Theses

Hook embroidery gets its name from the fabric it is worked on, which is huck toweling, a textured fabric with the raised threads on both front and back. Huck embroidery is actually short for huckaback, and is also known as Swedish weaving. It can be done with six-strand cotton, pear cotton, fine wool yard, or other kinds of embroidery threads. The technique is simply running the thread under the pairs of raised threads on the wrong side of the huck. A blunt needle is used so the pairs of threads can be picked up easily without going through the fabric ...


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 21, No. 4, Robert A. Barakat, Louis Winkler, Juliana Roth, Robert L. Dluge Jr., Werner Hacker, Friedrich Krebs Jul 1972

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 21, No. 4, Robert A. Barakat, Louis Winkler, Juliana Roth, Robert L. Dluge Jr., Werner Hacker, Friedrich Krebs

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Herr and Zeller Houses
• Pennsylvania German Astronomy and Astrology II: The Moon
• Travel Journals as a Folklife Research Tool: Impressions of the Pennsylvania Germans
• My Interview with a Powwower
• American Emigrants from the Territories of the Bishropric of Speyer
• Emigrants to America from the Duchy of Zweibrucken
• Funeral Customs: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 24


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 21, Folk Festival Supplement, Leroy Gensler, Don Yoder, Edna Eby Heller, Richard C. Gougler, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Richard Shaner, Wayne F. Cardinalli Jul 1972

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 21, Folk Festival Supplement, Leroy Gensler, Don Yoder, Edna Eby Heller, Richard C. Gougler, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Richard Shaner, Wayne F. Cardinalli

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• A Look at the Festival
• The Tradition of the Dutch-English Comedian
• We Waste Not
• Amish Barn-Raising
• Festival Highlights
• Folk Festival Program
• Quilting Traditions of the Dutch Country
• Recollections of Witchcraft in the Oley Hills
• The Festival Potters
• Herbs and Herb Lore: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 25


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 21, No. 3, Wasyl O. Luciw, George Wynnysky, Donald M. Hines, Lester Breininger, Louis Winkler, Mac E. Barrick, C. Lee Hopple, Friedrich Krebs Apr 1972

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 21, No. 3, Wasyl O. Luciw, George Wynnysky, Donald M. Hines, Lester Breininger, Louis Winkler, Mac E. Barrick, C. Lee Hopple, Friedrich Krebs

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Ukrainian Pysanka and Other Decorated Easter Eggs in Pennsylvania
• The Development of Folklife Research in the United Kingdom
• Just a Bone
• Pennsylvania German Astronomy and Astrology: Almanacs
• Central Pennsylvania Fishing Spears
• Spatial Development of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Plain Dutch Community to 1970: Part II
• 18th-Century Emigrants from the Palatinate, Lower Alsace, and Rheinhessen
• Tobacco and Tobacco Culture: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 23


Inscape April 1972, Morehead State University Apr 1972

Inscape April 1972, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The April 1972 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


Paintings For Contemporary Architecture, Barbara Bacon Apr 1972

Paintings For Contemporary Architecture, Barbara Bacon

Fine Arts Undergraduate Theses

At the beginning of the spring semester 1972, I contacted Mr. N. J. Campeau, an architect, with the firm of Campeau and Crennen, in Helena, Montana. He was extremely generous with his time and aid, and suggested that I produce some paintings for the new Neighborhood Center being built at the south end of Last Chance Gulch. This new Neighborhood Center will house a number of services, including a Senior Citizens Center, the Indian Alliance, a Youth Center and a Health Center. He suggested that the paintings compliment the walls of these different service areas. Mr. Campeau gave me copies ...


Research And Work With Natural Pigments In Water Color, Peggy Baraby Apr 1972

Research And Work With Natural Pigments In Water Color, Peggy Baraby

Fine Arts Undergraduate Theses

The purpose of this project was to produce pigments from natural sources; i.e., flowers, berries, nuts, leaves, fruits and vegetables, and then to use these pigments to paint a series of water colors. My interest in this area came about as the result of the need to paint one evening when I was at home and my paints were at school. Out of desperation, I tried using instant coffee and tea as water colors. The variation in color that could be obtained from just these two products was impressive. They ranged from the lightest beige to a deep rich ...


Acrylic Polymer Transparencies, Inez Allen Kendrick Apr 1972

Acrylic Polymer Transparencies, Inez Allen Kendrick

Dissertations and Theses

Brief mentions by three writers on synthetic painting media first intrigued my interest in a' new technique of making transparent acrylic paintings on glass or plexiglas supports, some of which were said to I I simulate stained-glass windows. In writing this paper on acrylic polymer transparencies my problem was three-told: first. to determine whether any major recognized works of art have been produced by this, method; second, to experiment with the technique and materials in order to explore their possibilities for my own work; and third, to determine whether both materials and methods would be suitable for use in a ...


The Lantern Vol. 38, No. 2, Spring 1972, Cheryl Hiltebeitel, Judy Freelin, Mary Spink, Kevin Akey, Sidney Houck, John Abernethy, Terry Tucker, John Kenneth Park, J. Buckwalter, Debbie Henning, Nancy Frye, Judith Grumet, Bob Houle, Michael Coyle, Roger N. Baldwin, Rob Hanlon, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Doug Stewart, Arthur G. Severance, Kate Swanson Apr 1972

The Lantern Vol. 38, No. 2, Spring 1972, Cheryl Hiltebeitel, Judy Freelin, Mary Spink, Kevin Akey, Sidney Houck, John Abernethy, Terry Tucker, John Kenneth Park, J. Buckwalter, Debbie Henning, Nancy Frye, Judith Grumet, Bob Houle, Michael Coyle, Roger N. Baldwin, Rob Hanlon, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Doug Stewart, Arthur G. Severance, Kate Swanson

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Summer II
• For a True Romantic
• The Lyre Neglected
• Hands
• To a Friend
• Sleep
• The Wind's Confusing Sounds
• The Garden
• The Child Has Come Among Us
• The River and the Sea
• The Ice
• La Lamentation de la Fleur
• Nous Sommes
• Upon Becoming
• See!
• Feeling November
• Transience
• Clear
• Isotopes of Reality
• Just Yesterday
• Emergence
• Push
• The Way Love Starts
• Poetic Prosy
• An Agreement
• Spring 1930
• The Summers of '59, '60, '61
• Ode to Optometry
• The Easter Bunny - Noble Beast


Risd Rag March 23, 1972, Students Of Risd Mar 1972

Risd Rag March 23, 1972, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The RISD Rag was a student publication released in the spring of 1972, first on a monthly basis and later on a bi-weekly basis. The issue of March 23, 1972 included an article with photographs about RISD students who traveled to Mexico for Wintersession. Also there was a reply from Dean Donald Lay about RISD improvements to a letter from a RISD student. A small article about organic food stores in Providence was also included. Poems, letter to the editor including one about renovating Carr Haus and events for RISD students also were included.


Risd Rag March 9, 1972, Students Of Risd Mar 1972

Risd Rag March 9, 1972, Students Of Risd

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The RISD Rag was a student publication released in the spring of 1972, first on a monthly basis and later on a bi-weekly basis. The issue of March 9, 1972 included a letter to the editor about a RISD student who decided to leave because of the structure of courses at RISD. Photos, letters to the editor and articles about student activism were also included.


Risd Rag February 1972, Students Of Risd Feb 1972

Risd Rag February 1972, Students Of Risd

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The RISD Rag was a student publication released in the spring of 1972, first on a monthly basis and later on a bi-weekly basis. The issue of February 1972 featured an article about proposals and challenges of a summer mobile art show. Also included was an article about open student government at RISD. State-wide recycling information, Take-a-Break festival schedule, photos, drawings and a review of shows at the Woods-Gerry gallery were also mentioned.