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DATE: October 2, 2017
SUBJECT: NEF Research Library video
TO: All naturists and researchers

The Naturist Action Committee (NAC) is pleased to announce on behalf of its sister nonprofit organization, the Naturist Education Foundation (NEF), the debut of a brand new informational video that highlights the NEF Research Library.

View the new video online:
  http://naturisteducation.org/library
Click on the image of Library researchers. The website also contains other information about the Library.

The 3.5 minute video, which was commissioned by NEF, is a fast-paced introduction created by well known naturist director and videographer Michael Cooney. NEF board member Mark Storey, who is the Library's director, oversaw production, which was completed in September. The Library is a project of NEF, as a whole. Storey, along with NEF board members Jim Dickey and Bob Morton, make up the NEF committee that's directly responsible for it.

Still in its infancy as a library with a specific nudist and naturist focus, the NEF Research Library is already the largest of its sort, anywhere. Now with more than a thousand books and more than 15,000 unique nudist- and naturist-themed magazines, the Library exists because of the generosity of its supporters and benefactors. Naturist benefactors Gary Sweetnam and Dale Giese played major roles in assuring that the Library would have a brick-and-mortar home. Naturist benefactor Charlie Perkins donated overwhelming quantities of magazines, books, and other materials that jump-started the Library, suppling contents instantly and on a large scale. The Naturist Society contributed much of Lee Baxandall's collection.

The NEF Research Library is dedicated to Preserving Naturist History. It is located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, in the same commercial office complex that's the physical home of The Naturist Society. NEF is lucky to have such good neighbors!

The Naturist Education Foundation Research Library is just one of the important projects of NEF, which also sponsors academic awards for high school and college students, as well as scientifically significant public opinion surveys reflecting attitudes toward nudity. NEF relies on the voluntary financial support of donors. To donate to NEF online, go to:
  http://naturisteducation.org/donate 

NEF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. In  most cases, your donations to NEF are tax-deductible. Consult your tax professional.

Enjoy the new NEF Research Library video.

  http://naturisteducation.org/library
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Naturally,

Bob Morton
Executive Director
Naturist Action Committee

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Naturist Action Committee (NAC) - PO Box 132, Oshkosh, WI 54903
Executive Dir. Bob Morton       - <
execdir@naturistaction.org>
Board Member Mark Storey        -
<storey98@aol.com>
Board Member Jim Dickey         - <
jamescdickey@yahoo.com>
Online Rep. Dennis Kirkpatrick  - <
naturist@sunclad.com>
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NAC Advisory
NATURIST EDUCATION FOUNDATION RESEARCH LIBRARY
Advisory issued: October 2, 2017