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Linda describes the beginning of the jewelry business in New York and the subsequent development of Jewels of Ancient Lands (J. A. L. ). She clarifies the function of J. A. L. as an arena in which a contact point with the Work and school is provided to individuals in the general public and the incredible process which may develop from a tenuous initial connection to actually hearing about the Work for the first time. She describes unusual incidents that have occurred around the jewelry and the tactics of the sales approach. Copies of J. A. L. promotional material and photos are included with this issue.