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  1. Ephemera in Print & Electronic Media

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    October 10, 2015 by Sarah Ashlock

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    The New York Times of August 7 ran a piece on The Negro Motorist Green-Book, by Eve M. Kahn. The series …
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  2. Ghost Signs

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    October 6, 2015 by Dick Sheaff

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      Signs on the walls of buildings are by definition ephemeral. Some may last but days, some may last decades, …
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  3. 2015 Phil Jones Fellow Studies Yellowstone Ephemera

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    October 4, 2015 by Sarah Ashlock

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    Bartholomew Brinkmann was awarded the Philip Jones Fellowship for 2015. This competition is open to any interested individual or organization …
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  4. Stitching together a catchy tune . . .

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    September 23, 2015 by Dick Sheaff

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          In our modern world of iPods, CDs, internet streaming services, live concerts, NetFlix, 3-D movies, video games …
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  5. Unusual Steel Engraving

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    September 21, 2015 by Dick Sheaff

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        I recently won a steel engraving proof on eBay, one of the thousands of engraving proofs that have …
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  6. Mid-Year Tours to Complement Allentown Paper Fair

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    September 7, 2015 by Sarah Ashlock

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        Barbara Charles has organized a superb Mid-Year Tour, to complement the Mid-Year Board Meeting and the Allentown Paper …
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  7. Variants: LePage’s Glue trade card

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    September 1, 2015 by Dick Sheaff

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      Many collectors of trade cards also collect variants of certain cards, which indicate different print runs. Sometimes the word …
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  8. “How Posters Work” at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum

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    August 31, 2015 by Sarah Ashlock

    Poster designed by Victor Moscoso and printed by Graphic Arts of Marin and Cal Litho and published by Neon Rose. It is dated 1967.

    At the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, NY, an exhibit will be open until January, called How Posters Work. Their website includes a full, interactive, …
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  9. What’s so interesting about THAT?

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    August 28, 2015 by Dick Sheaff

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        One of the pleasures of collecting ephemera is coming across details that are intriguing or surprising or revelatory …
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  10. Spotlight on Research: The Dolph Briscoe Center at the University of Texas at Austin

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    August 21, 2015 by Sarah Ashlock

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    Located on the University of Texas campus in Austin, TX, the Dolph Briscoe Center is a research institution specializing in Texas, southern, …
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