From The Page (January, 1981):
The January Grand Ithra Session will be held in Seatttle on the weekend of January 31-February 1. The range of classes being offered includes a wide variety of basic requirement classes as well as many 'elective' classes of interest. Catalogues to this session are available from Rowena de Manning and Amanda Kendal of Westmoreland. The chancellors request that those interested in catalogues for the various Ithra sessions specify which session they are inquiring about. Rowena de Manning (contact info omitted); Amanda Kendal of Westmoreland (contact info omitted). The University of Ithra is a non-profit, educational unit of the Society and is open to members of the Society for Creative Anachronism as well as non-members.
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