Printed Matter -- Old Photos 1998-2005

Elisabeth Sherwin -- gizmo@ dcn.davis.ca.us

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Koen Van Rompay, D.V.M., Ph.D., and humanitarian with students.



This photo is from "One Man Can Make a Difference," Elisabeth Sherwin's October 29, 2004 feature article.


Also see "Heres a good holiday present for the whole family saving a life," Elisabeth Sherwin's December 24, 2004 feature article.



Photos provided by Koen Van Rompay;
Photos edited by G.Richard Yamagata, PhD.


Leila Gibbs posing at Mirror Lake in Yosemite National Park




Leila Gibbs posing at Mirror Lake in Yosemite National Park.
This photo is from "Brit captivated by sunny SF, Yosemite," Elisabeth Sherwin's 05/2004 Travel Log column.




Photos provided by Leila Gibbs;
Scans by G.Richard Yamagata, PhD.


Elisabeth Sherwin and Arnie watch fire being made




Elisabeth and an Armenian cat named Arnie watch Karine's father cook dinner on an outdoor barbecue. .
This photo is from "It's a long strange trip to Armenia from Georgia," Elisabeth Sherwin's 09/2003 Travel Log column.




Photos by Karine Simonyan;
Scans by G.Richard Yamagata, PhD.


Photo of Lt Frank Sherwin 


Lt. Frank Sherwin, pilot with the VMF(N)543 serving his country from Okinawa in May 1945. A June 16, 2002 feature by Elisabeth Sherwin in the Davis Enterprise and part of PRINTED MATTER ON THE WEB





Caption by G. Richard Yamagata


Photo by Robert McEldowney, Jr. ©2002 All rights reserved. Used with permission.


The Difficult Reply by Guy Rose




"The Difficult Reply" by Guy Rose (1867-1925) and other impressionist paintings are reviewed in Elisabeth Sherwin's 9/9/99 Art Reviews column "American Impressionists shine in fine Crocker exhibition." Visit this newest section of Printed Matter on the web at www.SherwinOnTheWeb.Com/art/




Photos courtesy of the Crocker Art Museum;
Scans by G.Richard Yamagata, PhD, with apologies to the artists.


Art of the Gold Rush "Art of the Gold Rush" (University of California Press, $24.95)

The exhibit, "Art of the Gold Rush," was displayed at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento from June to September, 1998.

To view five samples from that exhibit go to Sherwin's "Crocker exhibition offers rare look at the Gold Rush," July 12, 1998 column.





Photo of Gail Tsukiyama Gail Tsukiyama, author of "Night of Many Dreams" and "The Samurai's Garden" writes "to explore her dual heritage." She spoke at UC Davis in March of 1998. Tsukiyama is the third of four women writers invited to Davis for a fund-raising series of lectures for the battered women's shelter in Davis, CA. Her fictional books deal with women roles in historic China and Japan. Read Elisabeth Sherwin's recounting of Tsukiyama's words about her fictional works in "Gail Tsukiyama writes to explore her dual heritage," the March 29, 1998 PRINTED MATTER column.





Caption by G. Richard Yamagata


Photo by Mathew Spencer Wong.


Picture of Chitra Divakaruni Chitra Divakaruni, poet and author of "Leaving Yuba City," writes about women and the East Asian immigrant experience "for women and intelligent men." She spoke at UC Davis in February of 1998. Divakaruni, the second of four women writers invited to Davis for a fund-raising series of lectures, knows about domestic violence issues in the San Francisco Bay Area. Read Elisabeth Sherwin's recounting of Divakaruni's words about her life and works in "Chitra Divakaruni brings the immigrant experience home," the March 1, 1998 PRINTED MATTER column.







Photos and captions by courtesy.


picture of Karen Joy Fowler Karen Joy Fowler addressing the Friends of the Library in Davis, California. Learn what she had to say about her life as a writer and the books she has written in "Fowler celebrates pleasures of both reading, writing," the February 15, 1998, PRINTED MATTER column by Elisabeth Sherwin.







Photos and captions by Ry


Picture of Dorthy Allison Dorothy Allison, author of "Bastard Out of Carolina," is the patron saint of battered women. She spoke at UC Davis in January of 1998. Allison, the first of four women writers invited to Davis for a fund-raising series of lectures, speaks for victims of abuse. Read Elisabeth Sherwin's recounting of Allison's word about her life and works in "Patron saint of battered women writes, forgives," the February 8, 1998 PRINTED MATTER column.







Photos and captions by courtesy.


Portrait of Kristin Delaplane Kristin Delaplane is the author of "A Gold Hunter," published by Masterpiece Memoirs, 1997, $20.00.



She is an oral historian, a journalist, and a writer with an unusual family background. Read Elisabeth Sherwin's interview with Ms Delaplane in "Local writer explores life of Gold Rush ancestor," the January 25, 1998 PRINTED MATTER column.






Photos and captions by G. Richard Yamagata.


Portrait of Michele Anna Jordan Michele Anna Jordan is the author of "California Home Cooking," published by Harvard Common Press, 1997, $16.95, 500pp.




She has a witty personality, which comes through in her books, her free-lance writing, and her weekly radio show (heard on KRCB, 91.1 FM in Sonoma County). Read Elisabeth Sherwin's interview with Ms Jordan in "Discover joy of cooking, Jordan's California-style," the January 18, 1998 PRINTED MATTER column.







Photos and captions by courtesy.


Wow Sherman knows how to say his name to strangers. Wow is supported by the strong and beautifully manicured hands of Elisabeth Sherwin. Wow Sherwin (left) has the unusual ability to say his name. Wow is supported by the hands of Elisabeth Sherwin. Learn about Wow and the other Sherwin cats in "Why Can't Anyone Write a Good Book About Cats," the January 11, 1998, PRINTED MATTER column.




Wow represents the link exchange with the Virtual Valentine Generator. Though severely over taxed, try it out the first 2 weeks of February and see if you get lucky by having your Valentine posted.




Photos and captions by Ry


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