Index of The Ephemera Journal, Volumes 1 – 13

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November 5, 2009 by SherylJaeger

This complete online Index of The Ephemera Journal lists articles published the thirteen Journals from 1987 until 2010. Several of these issues reprinted papers from Ephemera Society of America organized symposia.

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Index of The Ephemera Journal
v1:1987 – v13: 2010

Articles:
“A Baby in Every Bottle: The Curative Powers of Lydia E. Pinkham,” 4 (1991), 49-64

“Abel Bowen and the Stearns’ Trade Cards,” 13 (2010), 41-51

“American Games in the 1950s: A Decade of Change,” 6 (1993), 116-128

“American Type Styles,” 2 (1989), 21-3

“Architectural Vignettes on Commercial Stationery,” 8 (1998), 24-42

“As You Like It: Ephemera at the Folger Shakespeare Library,” 12 (2008), 3-17

“Automobile Advertisements and the Changing Role of American Women, 1905-1929,” 7 (1994), 74-79

“Benjamin Franklin’s Job Printing,” 8 (1998), 10-15

“Business, Advertising, Printing and Ephemera,” 2 (1989), 3-19

“California Orange Box Labels,” 1 (1987), 11-13

“Carrier’s Addresses 1720-1900: Stirring Newsboy’s Stanzas Struck Responsive Chord with Patrons,” 1 (1987), 33-36

“Chasing Charles Magnus,” 13 (2010), 3-15

“Children’s Musical Play: the Role of the Phonograph,” 6 (1993), 86-98

“Chromolithography and the Cigar Label: Sometimes the Label was Better Than the Cigar,” 9 (2001), 3-12, color section, 25-27

“Chromolithography: the European Challenge,” 10 (2003), 3-26

“Colonial Virginia Ephemera,” 8 (1998), 2-9

“Consuming Passions: Scrapbooks and American Play,” 6 (1993) 63-76

“Currier and Ives Lithographs: Nineteenth Century ad hoc American ‘Democratic Vistas’,” 5 (1992), 5-11

“Dear Mr. Prang, “1 (1987), 28-32

“E-Mail and the American Character,” 5 (1992), 69-71

“Ephemera in Polish National and University Libraries,” 10 (2003), 37-46

“Ephemera and Exhibition Design: ‘Benjamin Franklin: In Search of a Better World,’” 11 (2005), 4-21

“Ephemera with a Southern Accent. The Louisiana Perspective,” 4 (1991), 4-16

“Far From Ephemeral: The Career of Lydia Bailey, Philadelphia Job Printer, 1808-1861,” 8 (1998), 16-23

“For the Millions,” 13 (2010), 28-40

“Gleason’s Pictorial: Elevating and Celebrating American Life,” 5 (1992), 12-24

“Hooked on Ephemera: History 101 from the Real World or Why Academic Institutions Collect Ephemera,” 11 (2005), 23-40

“Introduction to Valentines,” 3 (1990), 2-9

“Japanese Influence on American Trade Card Imagery and Design,” 5 (1992), 35-49

“Jewish New Year’s Cards,” 3 (1990), 17-18

“Kitchen History: The Selling of Home Canning,” 4 (1991), 41-8

“Living Preachers, Through Voiceless Lips: Printing for the Nursery Industry, 1840-1920,” 13-24, color section, 28-30

“Marketing Garden Seeds the Shaker Way,” 4 (1991), 26-34

“Mr. Golightly and His Friends. American and European Transportation Caricatures in the 19th Century,” 7 (1994), 5-24

“North American Cameo Stamps,” 9 (2001), 33-47

“Now, Brownies Seldom Idle Stand: Palmer Cox, The Brownies and Curiosity,” 7 (1994), 25-37

“Old Maid’s Extended Family,” 6 (1993), 40-62

“On a Wheel Against Time: Nick Kaufmann, Trick Cyclist and Impresario,” 7 (1994), 80-93

“One Hundred Years Hence,” 1 (1987), 37-9

“Our Saving Graces: Archivists of the Past, Present, and Future,” 12 (2008), 18-33

“Paper Trails: Collecting Paper Ephemera at Strong Museum,” 10 (2003), 27-36

“Philately as a Collector’s Paradigm,” 6 (1993), 77-85

“Playing the American Dream. The Values of Industrial Society as Expressed by Board and Card Games,” 6 (1993), 21-39

“‘Prodigally Endowed with Sympathy for the Cause’: Mark Twain’s Involvement with the Anti-Imperialist League,” 5 (1992}, 50-68

“Rewards of Merit,” 1 (1987), 20-22

“Rufus Porter: An American Renaissance Man,” 5 (1992), 1-5

“Sino-Phobic Advertising Slogans: ‘The Chinese Must Go,’” 4 (1991) 35-40

“The Advertising Trade Card: Form as an Analogue of the Content of Commerce,” 4 (1991), 1-16

“The Best and Fastest Route to Denver: The Development and Promotion of the East-West Route Across Kansas,” 7 (1994), 59-73

“‘The Devil is in the Dice’: An Examination of Negative Attitudes Expressed towards Games Players and to the Games Themselves,” 6 (1993), 3-11

“The Ephemera,” 11 (2005), 22

“The Great Scrapbook of 1887,” 12 (2008), 47-48

“The Heritage of Victorian Progress,” 1 (1987), 14-19

“The Many Faces of Liberty,” 1 (1987), 42-46

“The Negro Motorist Green-Book,” 13 (2010), 16-27

” The Re-Creation of the American Indian,” 6 (1993), 12-20

“The Role of Printing Arts in Industrial Development,” 1 (1987), 4-11

“The Sticker: An Advertising Novelty,” 1 (1987), 40-41

“The Transportation of American Spirits: Gender, Spirit Photography and American Culture, 1861-1880), 94-104

“The Valentine and the Telegraph,” 3 (1990), 26-31

“Trade Cards of Health Professionals,”1 (1987), 23-27

“Transportation on Rewards of Merit,” 7 (1994), 38-47

“Valentine Elements,” 3 (1990), 10-14

“Valentines Through the American Mail,” 3 (1990), 19-20

“Weeping Sad and Lonely: Patterns of Alienation in Nineteenth Century Manuscript Ephemera,” 5 (1992), 25-34

“Western Views: Enticing Trans-Mississippi Immigration and Tourism,” 7 (1994), 48-58

“With Good Detective Work, Playing Cards Help Picture the Past,” 12 (2008), 18-33.

Subject and Author Index:
Advertising costs, 2 (1989), 17.

Advertising, images of women in, 7 (1994), 74-9.

Advertising, New Style, 7 (1994), 75.

Advertising, patent medicine, 1 (1987), 16.

African-American images, 13 (2010), 18, 20, 24, 25.

Air travel caricatures, 7 (1994), 19-21.

American Dream, travel for settlement, 7 (1994), 52, 55.

American Game Collectors Association, 6 (1993), 115.

American Indian images, all in 6 (1993), in travel literature 14; world’s fair souvenirs, 15; the Indian Princess, 16; stereotypes on trade cards and labels, 19; non-Indians in Indian dress, 19.

Anti-Chinese stereotypes 4 (1991), in valentines, 35; trade cards, 36-9.

Anti-Imperialist League, publications, 5 (1992), 52; cartoons about, 5 (1992), 62-65.

Appel, John and Selma, “Sino-Phobic Advertising Slogans: ‘The Chinese Must Go’”, 4 (1991), 35-40.

Artists, of Jewish greeting cards, 3 (1990), 18.

Authors of carrier’s addresses, 1 (1987), 34.

Automobile caricatures, 7 (1994), 16-18.

Bailey, Lydia Steele Bailey, Philadelphia job printer, all in 8 (1998), widow printer, 17; book printer, 18-19, 21-22; Philadelphia city printer, 19-20; as a business woman, 22-23.

Baird, Elizabeth, “Introduction to Valentines,” 3 (1990), 2-9.

Ballou, M.M., 5 (1992), 19.

Barnhill, Georgia B. “Benjamin Franklin’s Job Printing,” 8 (1998), 10-15.

Barry, Kit, “The Sticker: An Advertising Novelty,” 1 (1987), 40-41.

Beckman, Thomas, “Japanese Influences on American Trade Card Imagery and Design,” 5 (1992), 35-49; and “North American Cameo Stamps,” 9 (2001), 33-47, color section, 31-32.

Bicycle caricatures, 7 (1994), 11-15.

Bicycling, 7 (1994), 80-93.

Biggert, Robert, “Architectural Vignettes on Commercial Stationery,” 8 (1998), 24-42.

Binny and Ronaldson (Philadelphia), typecasting, 2 (1989), 21.

Black Peter, card game, 6 (1993), 41, 45, 47.

Blake, Erin, “As You Like It: Ephemera at the Folger Shakespeare Library, ” 12 (2008), 3-17.

Blum, Robert D., cameo stamp diesinker, 9 (2001), 43-45.

Boston Almanac, 1 (1987), 5-6.

Bowen, Abel, Boston wood engraver, 13 (2010), 41-51.

Bradley, Will, 2 (1989), 11, 17.

Bromberg, Nicolette, 7 (1994), “The Best and Fastest Route to Denver: The Development and Promotion of the East-West Route Across Kansas,” 7 (1994), 59-73.
Bumper stickers, 10 (2003), 32.

Butterfield Overland Despatch, 7 (1994), 61-2.

Cameo stamps, all in 9 (2001), definition, 33; production: engraving, 14 and embossing, 15; use and placement, 15; shape, 16; printers, 38-47; percussion seal press, 40-2.

Canning history leaflets, 4 (1991), 41-48; and canning jars, 4 (1991), 41-48.

Carrier’s addresses, 1 (1987), 33-36; Philadelphia, 8 (1998), 13.

Cataloging ephemera, 11 (2005), 17.

Charbeneau, Brett, “Colonial Virginia Ephemera,” 8 (1998), 2-9.

Charles, Barbara Fahs, “Ephemera and Exhibition Design: ‘Benjamin Franklin: In Search of a Better World,’” 11 (2005), 4-21.

Chess, 6 (1993), 3-4.

Chromo cards, in scrapbooks, 6 (1993), 66, 70.

Chromolithography, 1 (1987), 10, 15, 16; 2 (1989), 7-10; in cigar labels, 9 (2001), 3-12.

Cigar labels, all in 9 (2001), cigar history, 3-4; labels, 4-12; lithographers, 5-12; subjects, 8-12; printing techniques, 4-12.

Civil War ephemera, all in 13 (2010), envelopes, 30; prize package wrappers, 32-4; novelties, 34, 40; children’s books, 36; toy soldiers, 36-7; games, 37-8.

Civil War letters home, 5 (1992), 30-34.

Collecting ephemera, in museums and libraries, Strong Museum, NY, 10 (2003), 27-36; Williams College, Chapin Library, 11 (2005), 23-40; Folger Library, 12 (2008), 3-17; the Library Company of Philadelphia, 13 (2010), 28-40.

Collectors, ephemera: Stephen Paine, 11 (2005), 24-5; Henry and Emily Jordan Folger, 12 (2008), 3-5; John A. McAllister, 13 (2010), 28-9; Phil Jones, 13 (2010), 13.

Columbia, as symbol, 1 (1987), 42-3.

Commercial stationery, all in 8 (1998), architectural vignettes, 24-32; stationery types (billheads, letterheads, envelopes), 34; job printing methods, 34; sources of imagery, 34.

Copperplate engraving, 1 (1987), 4-5.

Cox, Palmer, creator of The Brownies, 7 (1994), 27-37.

Cox, Robt. “The Transportation of American Spirits: Gender, Spirit Photography and American Culture, 1861-1880,” 7 (1994), 94-104.

Currier and Ives lithographs, all in 5 (1992), hand coloring of, 5; production, 6; popularity and success, 6-10; sale of company, 11.

David, Bruce, Jr., 2 (1989), 21.

Day, Benjamin, inventor of Ben Day’s dots, 10 (2003), 18, 19, 23-4.

DeBlois, Diane, “Valentines Through the American Mail,” 3 (1990), 19-20.

Dewey, Dellon Marcus, horticulture editor and publisher, 9 (2001), 19.

Dickens, Charles, on American Tour, 11 (2005), 25-8.

Dickinson, Samuel, Boston printer, 1 (1987), 5-6.

Dilg, John, “The Advertising Trade Card: Form as an Analogue of the Content of Commerce,” 4 (1991), 1-16.

Display advertising, 2 (1989), 4.

Dolls and dollmaking, 10 (2003) 28-9.

Duke cigarette cards, 6 (1993), 80; postage stamp album, 81.

Duval, Peter S., lithographer, 2 (1989), 7, 8; 10 (2003), 4-5, 17, 20-21.

Elder, Jane Lenze and David Farmer, “Western Views: Enticing Trans-Mississippi Immigration and Tourism,” 7 (1994), 48-58.

Electricity, as advertising symbol, 1 (1987), 18-19.

E-Mail characteristics, conventions, flaming, privacy of, 5 (1992), 71.

Engelman, Godefroy, 10 (2003), 8, 12, 17.
Ephemera, design conventions in, all in 7 (1994); proscenium arch, 48, 53, 54; open book, 49; cornucopia, 50; Indians, 51; mythological figures, 51-2.

ESA symposia, papers from, I (Volume 4, 1991); II (Volume 5, 1992); III (Volume 6, 1993), IV (Volume 7, 1994, and V (in Volume 8, 1998) and (in Volume 9, 2001).

Exclusion Act (1882), 4 (1991), 39.

Exhibitions and collecting, 10 (2003), 28-36; 11 (2005), 4-21.

Factories, in Victorian advertising, 1 (1987), 18.

Factory vignettes on stationery, 8 (1998), 35-36.

Firlej-Buzon, “Ephemera in Polish National and University Libraries,” 10 (2003), 37-46.

Four-color process, 2 (1989), 15-16.

Franklin, Benjamin, all in 8 (1998), job printing, 11-15; bookplates, 14; lottery tickets, 13, 15; currency printing, 12-13; sheet almanacs, 15; carrier’s addresses, 13; newspapers, 10, 13.

Franklin, Benjamin, tercentenary exhibit: ‘In Search of a Better World,’ 11 (2005), 4-21.

Franklin, Benjamin, “The Ephemera,” essay, 11 (2005), 22.

Freitag, Peter J. “Playing the American Dream. The Values of Industrial Society as Expressed by Board and Card Games,” 6 (1993), 21-39.

Freundschaftkarten, 12 (2008), 34-36.

Friz, Robert G., “The Many Faces of Liberty,” 1 (1987), 42-46.

Galt, David, “Old Maid’s Extended Family,” 6 ((1993), 40-62.

Gambling, 6 (1993), 3, 6-7.

Games, all in 6 (1993), for children, the Games of Life, 22-27; in the 1920s (mah jongg, crossword puzzles, miniature golf), 100; attitudes towards, 3-11; based on historic events, 116-122; business-centered, 33-35; ethnic stereotypes in playing cards, 52-3; licensed through television, 126-7; manufacture of, 125; playing cards, imagery in, 41-62; social mobility seen in, 28-9, 35-6; stressing shopping, 30; television related, 122-123; using product advertising, 31-2.

Games, Civil War, 13 (2010), 37-8.

Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, 5 (1992), 12-24.

Golden, Jack, “The Role of Printing Arts in Industrial Development,” 1 (1987), 4-11; “This is Ephemera,” 1 (1987), poster folded inside 1-2; and “Business, Advertising, Printing and Ephemera” 2 (1989), 3-19.

Gould, Emilie W., “E-Mail and the American Character,’ 5 (1992), 69-71.

Great Kaufmann Troupe of Trick Cyclists, 7 (1994), 85-91.

Green, Victor and Alma, Negro guidebook publishers, 13 (2010), 16-27.

Grossman, John, “The Great Scrapbook of 1887,” 12 (2008), 47-48; and “Chromolithography and the Cigar Label: Sometimes the Label was Better Than the Cigar,” 9(2001), 3-12, color section, 25-27.

Groten, Arthur H., “Philately as a Collector’s Paradigm,” 6 (1993), 77-85.

Halftones, 2 (1989), 14.

Hall, Charles F., Cincinnati cameo diesinker, 9 (2001), 39-43.

Harris, Robert Dalton, “The Valentine and the Telegraph,” 3 (1990), 26-31.

Harte, Bret, “The Heathen Chinee,” 4 (1991), in ephemera, 36.

Helfand, William, “Trade Cards of Health Professionals,” 1 (1987), 23-27.

His Master’s Voice (Nipper the Dog), painting by Frances Barraud used on record labels, 6 (1993), 86-7.

Horticulture, Shaker, 4 (1991), 26-34; garden catalogs, 9 (2001), 13-24.

Howland, Esther, Valentine designer, 3 (1990), 1, 4, 7.

Hullmandel, Charles, 10 (2003), 8, 9, 12.

Japanese arts and crafts, all in 5 (1992): at world’s fairs, 37-9; in American popular culture, 39; in interior decoration (Japan Craze), 41, crafts as inspiration, 44.

Japanese influence on printing design, 8 (1998), 38.

Jewish holidays, reflected in cards, 3 (1990), 17-18.

Jewish travel guidebooks as inspiration, 13 (2010), 21-22.

Jigsaw puzzle manufacture, 6 (1993), 101-2.

Jigsaw puzzles, die cut for adults, 6 (1993), 107-110.

Job printing, 1 (1987), 5-6.

Jumonville, Florence M., “Ephemera with a Southern Accent. The Louisiana Perspective,” 4 (1991), 17-25.

Kansas highways, 7 (1994), 66-73.

Kansas, east-west routes through, 7 (1994), 59-73.

Kansas, maps, guidebooks, 7 (1994), 60-73.

Kaufmann, Nicholas, bicyclist, all in 7 (1994), photographs of, 82-3; career, 81-84, 92; roller skating rink operator, 92; stamp dealer, 92.

Keppler, Joseph, Puck cartoonist, 4 (1991), 38, 40.

Knox, Joseph B. and Charles Lang, cameo diesinkers, 9 (2001), 45-47.

Labels, cigar, 1 (1987), 23; 9 (2001), 3-12.

Labels, orange box, 1 (1987), 11-13.

Last, Jay T.,” California Orange Box Labels,” 1 (1987), 11-13.

Leisure, attitudes towards, 6 (1993), 4-6.

Leslie, Frank, editor, 5 (1992), 20.

Letterpress color printing, 1 (1987), 8.

Letters home from emigrants, 5 (1992), 25-30.

Lewis, John, “Introduction,” 1 (1987), 1-2.

Limestone, source of, 10 (2003), 22.

Louisiana, all in 4 (1991), printers, 17, 24; song sheets, 17-8; broadsides 18; menus, 18; Mardi Gras invitations, 18-19; funeral notices, 22; carrier’s addresses, 22; World’s Fair (1884), 23; maps, 23; trade cards, 24; labels, 24-5.

Lurito, Pamela Walker, “The Heritage of Victorian Progress,” 1 (1987), 14-19.

Luther, Martin, 95 Theses, 11 (2005), 28-30.

Magazine publishing, 2 (1989), 11-12.

Magazines, advertising in, 7 (1994), 74-9.

Magazines, American, 5 (1992), 12-24.

Magnus, Charles, “Do They Think of Me at Home?” ballad on letter sheet, 5 (1992), 32.

Magnus, Charles, 7 (1994), 43, 45; all in 13 (2010), articles about, 3-5; collections of

Magnus material, 6-9; Magnus biographical material, 12-14; Magnus studio, 14; Magnus imprints, 6-15.

Mail-order catalogs, 2 (1989), 6, 19.

Main Street of Kansas, 7 (1994), 71-3.

Malpa, Alfred. “Rewards of Merit,” 1 (1987), 20-22; “Transportation on Rewards of Merit,” 7 (1994), 38-47.

Manitou Cliff Dwellings, 7 (1994), 55-6.

Markham, Sandra, “On a Wheel Against Time: Nick Kaufmann, Trick Cyclist and Impresario,” 7 (1994), 80-93; and “Living Preachers, Through Voiceless Lips”: Printing for the Nursery Industry, 184-1920,” 9 (2001), 13-24, color section, 28-30.

Maverick, Peter, New York engraver, 13 (2010), 42-51.

McKinstry, E. Richard, “Chasing Charles Magnus,” 13 (2010), 3-15.

Miller, Dr. M. Stephen, “Marketing Garden Seeds the Shaker Way,” 4 (1991), 26-34.

Mobley, William Frost, “One Hundred Years Hence,” 1 (1987), 37-9.

Monopoly, the game, 6 (1993), 34, 37, 38.

Morgan, Wayne, “Now, Brownies Seldom Idle Stand: Palmer Cox, The Brownies and Curiosity,” 7 (1994), 25-37.

Morris, William, 2 (1989), 22. 23.

Motto seals, 3 (1990), inside front cover, 1.

Mumler, William, spirit photographer, 7 (1994), 96-99, 101.

Napoleon, letter from St. Helena, 6 (1993), 83-4.

Negro Motorist Green-Book, tourist guide, 13 (2010), 16-27.

New York Sun, 2 (1989), 3.

Newspapers, early American, 1 (1987), 4, 33, 36; 2 (1989), 3-4.

Nipps, Karen, “Far From Ephemeral: The Career of Lydia Bailey, Philadelphia Job Printer, 1808-1861,” 8 (1998), 16-23.

Offset lithography, 2 (1989), 17-18.

Old Maid, card game, artists of, 6 (1993), 56-8.

One Hundred Years Hence trade cards, 7 (1994), 19.

Paper mills, 1 (1987), 7.

Patriotism in advertising, 1 (1987), 17.

Penfield, Edward, 2 (1989), 16.

Philadelphia Daily Advertiser, 1 (1987), 4.

Philately, all in 6 (1993), history of, 78; dealers, 78; catalogs, 79; exhibiting of, 84.

Phonographs, children’s toy, 6 (1993), 86.

Pierce, Sally, “Gleason’s Pictorial: Elevating and Celebrating American Life,” 5 (1992), 12-24.

Pinkham, Lydia E., all in 4 (1991), folk legend, 49-50; biography, 51-55; trade cards, 55-56; trademark, 54; advertising, 54-61; product testimonials, 56-61.

Piola, Erika, “For the Millions,” 13 (2010), 28-40.

Playbills, 12 (2008), 11-13.

Playing cards, imagery in, 6 (1993), 41-62; re-use of, 12 (2008), 18-33.

Poland, 10 (2003) 37-46;

Porcelain cards, 1 (1987), 23.

Porter, Rufus, designer, editor, inventor, 5 (1992), 1-5.

Postal history, 6 (1993), 83.

Postcards, 1 (1987), 27.

Poster stamps (Kansas), 7 (1994), 71.

Poster: “This is Ephemera,” 1 (1987), folded inside pages 1-2;

Posters, 2 (1989), 10-11; 10 (2003), 30-36.

Prang artists, 1 (1987), 29-32.

Prang greeting cards, 1 (1987), 28-32.

Prang, Louis, 1 (1987), 26, 28-32.

Prang, Louis, chromo cards, 6 (1993), 65.

Puzzles, advertising, 6 (1993), 104-107.

Puzzles, hand cut wood, 6 (1993), 101-104.

Railroad caricatures, 7 (1994), 6-11.

Railroad ephemera (Kansas), 7 (1994), 53-8, 62-65.

Raposa, Andrew, “A Baby in Every Bottle: The Curative Powers of Lydia E. Pinkham,” 4 (1991), 49-64.

Read-Miller, Cynthia, “Automobile Advertisements and the Changing Role of Women, 1905-1929″ 7 (1994), 74-79.

Recorded discs in books for children, 6 (1993), 89-98.

Rewards of Merit, 7 (1994), 38-47.

Ricketts, Nicolas, “Paper Trails: Collecting Contemporary Ephemera at Strong Museum,” 10 (2001), 27-36.

Rochester, NY, all in 9 (2001), printing industry, 13, 20-24; horticulture, 13-24.

Rosin, Nancy, “The Enduring Love of a Collector,” 3 (1990), 32; and “Our Saving Graces: Archivists of the Past, Present, and Future,” 12 (2008), 34-46.

Rusch, Barbara, “Jewish New Year’s Cards,” 3 (1990), 17-18; and “Weeping Sad and Lonely: Patterns of Alienation in Nineteenth Century Manuscript Ephemera,” 5 (1992), 25-34.

Russo, Mary T. “Carrier’s Addresses 1720-1900: Stirring Newsboy’s Stanzas Struck Responsive Chord with Patrons,” 1 (1987), 33-36.

Sacks, Patricia Courchen, “Kitchen History: The Selling of Home Canning,” 4 (1991), 41-8.

Saxe, Stephen O. “American Type Styles,” 2 (1989), 21-3.

Scrapbook, for Queen Victoria’s Jubilee of 1887, 12 (2008), 47-48.

Scrapbooks, containing house interiors, 6 (1993), 73-4; 12 (2008), 40.

Scrapbooks, for personal memorabilia, 6 (1993), 66-67.

Scrapbooks, manufacture of, 6 (1993), 68.

Scrapbooks, types of, 12 (2008), 34-46.

Scraps, used in valentines, 3 (1990), 6; in Jewish cards, 3 (1990), 18; 12 (2008), 42-3, 46.

Shaker gardening, all in 4 (1991), seed bags, 26; labels, 28-31; lists, 28-29; catalogues, 34.

Shakespeare ephemera (Folger Library), all in 12 (2008); scrapbooks, 5-6; advertising, 8-9; movies, 10-11; playbills, 11-13; bookplates, 14-15; book labels, 13-14.

Sharp, William, British lithographer, 10 (2003), 19-20.

Sheaff, Richard, “Abel Bowen and the Stearns’ Trade Cards,” 13 (2010), 41-51.

Smart, George Gregory, “Rufus Porter: An American Renaissance Man,” 5 (1992), 1-5; and “The Re-Creation of the American Indian,” 6 (1993), 12-20.

Smith, Deborah, “Consuming Passions: Scrapbooks and American Play,” 6 (1993), 63-76.

Smoky Hill Route (Kansas), 7 (1994), 59-61

Sorin, Gretchen, “The Negro Motorist Green-Book,” 13 (2010), 16-27.

Spirit photography, 7 (1994), 95-104.

Spiritualism, 7 (1994), 95-104.

St. Valentine’s Day, history of, 3 (1990), 2.

Statue of Liberty, as advertising symbol, 1 (1987), 42; as sculpture, 1 (1987), 43-45.

Stearns, Thomas and Horace, Boston hat makers’ trade cards, 13 (2010), 44-51.

Stecher Lithographers (Rochester, NY), 9 (2001), 21-24.

Stickers, die cut, 1 (1987), 40-41.

Stipple work, 10 (2003), 23-4.

Stock cards, 1 (1987), 26; 4 (1991), 1; 6 (1993), 65.

Stock cuts, 2 (1989), 22; 7 (1994), 38.

Thaxter, Celia, Prang poet, 1 (1987), 31-32.

The Brownies, all in 7 (1994), in books, 27-37; in magazines, 27-37; as newspaper comic strips, 34; in transportation imagery, 29-32; in advertising, 34-36; in Ivory soap ads, 36; as paper dolls, 35; in trade cards, 35; in other toys, 36.

The Mikado (Gilbert and Sullivan), 5 (1992), 39, 40, 41, 45, 48, 49.

Thomas, Isaiah, printer, 1 (1987), 7.

Tillson, Diana R. “Children’s Musical Play: the Role of the Phonograph,” 6 (1993), 86-98.

Tourism, travel for, 7 (1994), 55-8.

Trade card design, lettering only, 4 (1991), 1-3; with images, 4 (1991), 4-16.

Trade cards, 1 (1987), 4-5, 23-27; futuristic (One Hundred Years Hence), 1 (1987), 38-9; 2 (1989), 9-11; Japanese influence on, 5 (1992), 35-49; wood cuts and wood engravings, 13 (2010), 42-51.

Trade cards, chromolithographed, 1 (1987), 26; printing of, 10 (2003), 23-4.

Transportation caricatures, 7 (1994), 5-24.

Tree agents (catalog salesmen), 9 (2001), 19-20.

Twain, Mark, “To the Person Sitting in Darkness”, essay (1901), 5 (1992), 54, 59, 60, 62;

Twain, Mark, scrapbook manufacturer, 6 (1993), 69; vice president of Anti-Imperialist League, 5 (1992), 56; essays on anti-imperialist themes, 5 (1992), 61, 65; scrapbooks, 12 (2008), 44-6.

Twyman, Michael, “Chromolithography: the European Legacy,” 10 (2003), 3-26.

Type specimen books, 2 (1989), 21-22.

Uhler, Sharron, “My Dear Mr. Prang,” 1 (1987), 28-32.

Union Pacific Railway (Golden Belt Route), 7 (1994), 62-65.

Unrequited Love, valentine by Joseph Addenbrooke, 3 (1990), 8.

Valentines, all in 3 (1990): commercial manufacture, 4; materials used, 4-9; papers used in, 10; pictorial decoration 10-11; perfume, 11; symbols (fans, flowers, and others), 11-12; verses, 13; artists, 13-14; manufacturers and publishers, 14-16.

Valentines, delivery by private postal services, 3 (1990), 19-20; carried by US postal service, 3 (1990), 21-25; cost of delivery, 3 (1990), 21-25.

Van Diggele, Gejus, “With Good Detective Work, Playing Cards Help Picture the Past,” 12 (2008), 18-33.

Vick, James, Rochester editor and publisher, 9 (2001), 16-19, 23.

Virginia colonial publishing, 8 (1998), books, 3; ephemera, 3; currency printing, 7; almanac and newspaper printing, 7-8.

Volz, Robert L., “Hooked in Ephemera: History 101 from the Real World or Why Academic Institutions Collect Ephemera,” 11 (2005), 23-40.

Watt, Andrew, “Mr. Golightly and His Friends,” American and European Transportation Caricatures in the 19th Century, 7 (1994), 5-24.

Waugh, Ida, Prang artist, 1 (1987), 30.

Wetherald, James D., Pinkham advertising, 4 (1991), 56-60.

Wheeler, Dora, Prang artist, 1 (1987), 30.

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