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The IPG Archive. Part 11: 1997
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The IPG through the ages: 1997

It's 1997 and IPG Secretary Yvonne Messenger has been working on her report of the IPG's experiences in 1996-97. Parts of the summary—including her praise of IPG's dedicated committee, and commenting on the sell-out Autumn Seminar—are still very relevant to this day!
One aspect that is no longer relevant is the number of IPG members she mentions. We were thrilled with our 322 members in the 90s, but we're now almost two decades older and the membership has increased dramatically to 600. How very exciting!
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