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Article: “The Man who has Everything Else”

“The Man who has Everything Else,” California Living (S.F. Examiner and Chronicle), December 12,1976. Portrait of Seymour Rosen by Beth Coffelt. pp. 10 – 19. Color photos.

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Article: “Fragile Flowers in Bloom: Scenes from a 1967 Los Angeles Love-In"

“Fragile Flowers in Bloom: Scenes from a 1967 Los Angeles Love-In,” Arthur Magazine. by Kristine McKenna, color photographs by Seymour Rosen. October 2006. pp 27 – 29.

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Article: “High Noon at Trapper’s Lodge”

“High Noon at Trapper’s Lodge,” Los Angeles Times Magazine. Vol III No. 24, by Suzanne Muchnic. June 14, 1987, pp. 24-27. Color photos.

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Orange Show Newsletter, Winter 1994/5

Orange Show Newsletter, Winter 1994/5

Orange Show Newsletter, Winter 1994/5, featuring articles by John Beardsley and report of “Eyeopeners of the South” tour. Profusely illustrated in color.

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RAW VISION. Back issues from #3 to #10 available

RAW VISION. All back issues from #3 to #10

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SPACES Newsletter

SPACES Newsletter. Set of 11 issues, 1982 – 1991. 8 – 12 pp. each, varies. Black/white (price is for set)

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Triton Museum of Art, September/October 1985 newsletter

Triton Museum of Art, September/October 1985 newsletter, including article “Spaces: Folk Art Environments” by Jo Farb Hernandez, and a photograph by Seymour Rosen of Litto Damonte’s site. Black/white.

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Article: Visions of Home: Preserving America’s Folk Art Environments

“Visions of Home: Preserving America’s Folk Art Environments,” Whole Earth Review. No. 52, September 2, 1986, pp. 106-113.By Jocelyn Gibbs. (Note that this was a special issue focusing on “The Fringes of Reason – Strange Myths and Eccentric Science.”) Color ill.

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