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What is Multi-Media? -- How Multi-Media works : programming -- Graphic arts -- Photography -- Technical operations -- Summing up : Where is Multi-Media going? -- Organizational chart.
"Written and designed by the Multi-Media Project, I.S. 201 Arthur A. Schomburg Complex, Community Education Center"--Back cover. In brown paper wrapper with black ink lithograph by Harrison Cruse on front. Printed by Marand Lithographers, Inc. Informational booklet describing the Multi-Media Project. Portraits include: Ray Francis, Director (page ) ; Herbert Randall, Coordinator of Photography (page ) ; Louis Draper, Senior Photographer (page ) ; and others.
Gift of Herbert Randall.
24 unnumbered pages : illustrations, portraits, chart ; 22 cm