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New York: Welfare League Association, [192-]. Pamphlet. Four-panel brochure, cover image of prisoner looking out of a barred window; horizontally creased from folding, one of the folds starting to split at the end. The Association, founded by Thomas Mott Osborne, provided correspondence courses and employment counseling to prisoners.
San Francisco: Heliotrope, 1973. 8p. tabloid format newspaper, paper toned, otherwise very good. Listing of alternative education classes (From standards like photography and hypnosis to people's self-defense, LGBT encounter groups, and alpha brain wave training. Includes listings for SF, Marin, and the East Bay.
San Francisco: San Francisco Nikkei in Education, 1985. [3p]8.75x11.25 inches, very good printed program in stapled color pictorial covers. Program for a dinner honoring award recipients Katherine Morooka Reyes, Shun Ochi, Helen Hori, Grace Kuwada Novitski, Kaz Maruoka, and James Oka.
Rosemead, CA: HLU, [199-?]. Six-panel glossy illustrated brochure for the Buddhist university affiliated with Fo Guang Shan monastery; folded, it is an upright measuring 10x4 inches. Very good. The university later changed its name to University of the West and received standard accreditation.
Lampung, Indonesia: Hua Lien Middle School, 2003. 39p., fully illustrated glossy brochure discussing the Chinese-Indonesian school's history, introducing its staff, etc. 8x12 inches. Congratulatory messages and ads occupy a significant portion of the publication. Text is mostly in Chinese with some Bahasa portions. Music and lyrics to school anthem also.....
New Orleans: The Innovative Education Coalition, 1973. Three issues of the staplebound newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, 10, 8 and 8 pages respectively, some wear, creased from having been folded and stapled for mailing; address labels of Michael Rossman, the alternative education proponent and author. Includes much discussion of challenges facing local.....