Group bidding farewell to faculty member John Sales

Sales_departure_group_1949_17DEC0310.pdf

Dublin Core

Title

Group bidding farewell to faculty member John Sales

Subject

Students, staff, and faculty around car on Circle

Description

Students, staff, and faculty gather to say farewell to faculty member John Sales and family; people present include Bob Kwit DS49, Pat Jones (son of Ranch Manager Glenn Jones), John O. Stevens, Barry Stevens, Sale son, John Sale, Mark Sexton DS48, Helen Sale, Dick George DS48, Juraj Slavik DS48, Bill Romell DS49, Phil Hanawalt DS49, and the Weinreich family, Marcel, Carmen, and Steven.

Creator

various

Source

Holloway family photo collection

Publisher

n/a

Date

1949

Contributor

Denis Clark

Rights

Deep Springs College

Relation

n/a

Format

TIFF

Language

n/a

Type

Still image

Identifier

17DEC0310

Coverage

Deep Springs

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

photographic print

Physical Dimensions

approximately 3 x 5 inches

Notes

These images originated from the Holloway family photo collection. Merritt Holloway was the Deep Springs hired cowboy ca. 1949, later Ranch Manager ca. 1969-1979. The Wikipedia entry for Barry Stevens as of May 2017 contains the following - Stevens was born Mildred Fox. She later changed her name from "Mildred" to "Barry." She was married to the pediatrician Albert Mason Stevens, who co-discovered Stevens-Johnson syndrome. Barry Stevens was a self-described "High School drop-out, 1918, because what she wanted to know, she couldn't learn in school." She and her husband moved to Hawaii in 1934. Before Albert Mason Stevens's death in 1945, Barry moved to the mainland. She worked at Orme Ranch School near Prescott, AZ, and from 1948 to 1951 she was an administrative aide at Deep Springs College, near Big Pine, California. She later worked as an editor in Albuquerque, New Mexico, then relocated to California. Barry Stevens is the mother of Judith Sande Stevens (1925-2011) and John O. Stevens (1937-) who is also a writer, Gestalt therapist and NLP-trainer. John O. "Steve" Stevens, now known as Steve Andreas, founded Real People Press, a publisher of works on psychology and personal change in 1967, in order to publish a book by Carl Rogers and Barry Stevens entitled "Person to Person". He published books on Gestalt therapy; he was responsible for the compilation of Gestalt Therapy Verbatim, the media event that brought Gestalt therapy to public attention in the late 1960s. And he is also the editor of the 1973 book Embrace Tiger, Return to Mountain The Essence of Tai Chi by Chungliang Al Huang, to which he and Barry Stevens wrote the preface. He later changed his name to Steve Andreas.

Archive

Holloway family photo collection

Citation

various, “Group bidding farewell to faculty member John Sales,” Deep Springs Archive, accessed January 21, 2019, http://archive.deepsprings.edu/items/show/528.