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This is the first membership brochure created after FOR decided to work for all rivers. Written by Alexander Gaguine, with ideas from Bill Center and art by Robin Center.

This introduces the Witness and encampment. The blue card was stapled to the flyer.

This was for the rally after Mark Dubois chained himself to the rock.

Written when Gaguine was organizing in Lagomarsino's district.

Bottom paragraph of column one references an article by Mark Dubois on the reverse that is not there.

One of a series of "blow-by-blow" action alerts written in the Spring and Summer of 1980. Layout by Sharon Rowbotham of San Francisco -- the first FOR computerized layouts.

One of a series of "blow-by-blow" action alerts written in the Spring and Summer of 1980. Layout by Sharon Rowbotham of San Francisco -- the first FOR computerized layouts.

One of a series of "blow-by-blow" action alerts written in the Spring and Summer of 1980. Layout by Sharon Rowbotham of San Francisco -- the first FOR computerized layouts.

One of a series of "blow-by-blow" action alerts written in the Spring and Summer of 1980. Layout by Sharon Rowbotham of San Francisco -- the first FOR computerized layouts.

One of a series of "blow-by-blow" action alerts written in the Spring and Summer of 1980. Layout by Sharon Rowbotham of San Francisco -- the first FOR computerized layouts.

This meeting at Fort Mason, San Francisco occurred after the lost of HR 4223.

Computer layout by Sharon Rowbotham of San Franciscco.

One of a series of "blow-by-blow" action alerts written in the Spring and Summer of 1980. Layout by Sharon Rowbotham of San Francisco -- the first FOR computerized layouts.

Program for a big rally.

The Stockton Record ran a story about river supporters planning to chain themselves to a rock in March 1979 after someone gave a report there some version of this document.

Brian wanted to set up a shelter for the passengers at ARTA's Stanislaus Camp. Some of the guides and passengers slept in Coral Cave to stay dry.

Formerly called the upper Stanislaus, now the drowned Camp9 run, at one time this was acknowledged as the best intermediate run in California. People who knew the river before it was inundated by New Melones reservoir might feel overly depressed…

A humorous poem about a short lived society of men who favored brawls over polite discussion.
The Stanislaus River flows from the Sierras down to the Central Valley of California where it joins the San Joaquin River. The city of Modesto is in…
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