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Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Right side of page is a hand written note by Ina Donna Cooolbrith, which reads: "I would wish that California might bring forth more of its old ideals and good penmanship; be more of the indimensional [sic] California than it now is, it is too Big to ...to and...- Ina Coolbrith". Text from negative sleeve: "2954 File B Ina Coolbrith Poetry Laureate California 1915-1928 John Crum Collection Miss Dane Gorrell of Marin County model with plaque year 1953". Image is photograph of excerpt of Oakland the Post Enquirer article, dated January 2, 1926. Left side of page is poem by Ina Coolbrith, "A New Leaf", which reads: "Here's a volume, stain nor blot Mars a leaf today. Sin and folly they are not, Sorrow is away. Look, each page is white and clear And 'tis morning of the year. Of the days that swiftly run, This will not be mute. Good or evil, said and done, Sweet or bitter fruit. What shall be the record here, At the evening of the year? INA COOLBRITH".