‘Ephemera by Collecting Interest’ Category

  1. Valentines for World War I Soldiers

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    June 18, 2015 by Sarah Ashlock

    World War I Valentines

    Ephemera can really make your heart swoon! Sandra Stelts, Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts at the Pennsylvania State University Libraries, has written …
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  2. Spotlight on Ephemera Research: Mertz Library

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    June 16, 2015 by Sarah Ashlock

    As you tend to your garden beneath the June sun, you may wonder about the generations before you who did the very same thing. What …
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  3. 19th Century “Cat in the Hat”?

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    October 10, 2014 by Dick Sheaff

          By Dick Sheaff   I recently came across an otherwise forgettable stock trade card that immediately put …
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  4. Arabesques and Circle Eights

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    October 1, 2014 by Dick Sheaff

    By Dick Sheaff Roller skating is a subject which offers 200+ years of ephemera to collect and/or study.  The first …
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  5. THE ROYCROFTERS – THE ROOTS OF PROTEST?

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    September 28, 2014 by Sheryl Jaeger

    EPHEMERA DETECTIVE THE ROYCROFTERS – THE ROOTS OF PROTEST? By John G. Sayers (jasayers@saybuck.com) Were 20th Century art and antiques …
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  6. American Broadsides, History on a Sheet of Paper

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    July 17, 2014 by Sheryl Jaeger

    Ephemera Society member Ian Brabner has just posted an excellent article on American broadsides on the ABAA New Antiquarian blog. …
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  7. NY Times: Discovery Leads Yale to Revise a Chapter of Its Black History

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    March 3, 2014 by Sheryl Jaeger

    Edward Bouchet has long been recognized as the school’s first African-American graduate, but newly uncovered records suggest another man earned …
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  8. JEWISH WELFARE BOARD POSTCARD – KEY TO A GENEALOGICAL TREASURE By John G. Sayers

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    September 14, 2013 by Sheryl Jaeger

    Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) postcards and ephemera represent a collecting field which continues to grow. This is the third article …
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  9. Dame of the Dictionaries – Society Member Madeline Kripke

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    September 2, 2013 by Sheryl Jaeger

    ESA member Madeline Kripke was recently featured when narratively  did a series of articles on mini-museums in NYC. The article begins… …
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  10. Imperial Granum Tax Stamp

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    July 24, 2013 by DianeDeblois

        The trade cards for Imperial Granum are fairly common – two often seen designs feature a bouquet of …
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