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This volume of The Fra magazine includes the issues from January to September The Fra stands for art. Art is not a thing separate and apart, art is a way. Art is the beautiful way. Art should extend to every function of life, for our environment as well as our actions should be graceful, harmonious, beautiful.
The Fra stands for the art of living. Subtitle varies: Mar. Jan.(not for mummies) a journal of affirmation; Feb. Oct. exponent of the American philosophy; Nov. Apr.a journal of affirmation; May Julydevoted to the business of living;, for Philistines and Roycrofters. Subtitle varies: Apr.
Jan.(not for mummies) a journal of affirmation; Feb Oct. exponent of the American philosophy; Nov. Apr.a journal of affirmation; May Julydevoted to the business of living.
Editors: Apr. MayElbert Hubbard; Aug. AugFelix Shay. Now V1 N3 May A Journal of Affirmations. Now V1 N4 Jun A Journal of Affirmations. Now V1 N5 Jul A Journal of Affirmations. Now V1 N7 Sep A Journal of Affirmations.
Now V1 N9 Nov A Journal of Affirmations. Now V1 N10 Dec A Journal of Affirmations. Now V2 N1 Mar A Journal of Affirmations.
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A manifesto is commonly accepted as a public declaration of policy and aims. In that spirit, Hubbard founded another periodical, this one called Fra and subtitled “A journal of affirmation.” Unlike The Philistine, with its A-list contributors, Fra was basically a one-man show.
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