“New Year, New Hobby”

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January 21, 2014 by MaryBeth

The Tewksbury Public Library is hosting a series of events on Tuesday evenings in January and February. On each evening, …
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Pop-ups from Prague A Centennial Celebration of the Graphic Artistry of Vojtech Kubašta (1914-1992) From the Collection of Ellen G. K. Rubin

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January 12, 2014 by SherylJaeger

golier-rubin

Another Ephemera Society member, Ellen Rubin, presents an exhibition at the Grolier Club. Pop go the pop-up books in a …
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“Selling the Dwelling: The Books That Built America’s Houses, 1775-2000.”

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January 12, 2014 by SherylJaeger

grolier-cheek

Through Friday February 7, 2014 in our Ground Floor Gallery:“Selling the Dwelling: The Books That Built America’s Houses, 1775-2000.” An …
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Civil War “Dog Tags”: Sutlers Solve the ID Dilemma

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January 7, 2014 by MaryBeth

Soldier Photo

By Steve Swain During the American Civil War, soldiers were concerned that their bodies would not be identified in the …
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Papermania Plus

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January 4, 2014 by DianeDeblois

The 64th Papermania!


2014 Ephemera Society of America: Philip Jones Fellowship Announcement

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September 27, 2013 by Ephemera Society

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The Ephemera Society of America invites applications for the Philip Jones Fellowship for the Study of Ephemera. This competition, now …
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JEWISH WELFARE BOARD POSTCARD – KEY TO A GENEALOGICAL TREASURE By John G. Sayers

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September 14, 2013 by SherylJaeger

One of a large set of Jewish Welfare Board Troopship postcards

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

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September 2, 2013 by SherylJaeger

Dame of the Dictionary

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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Encased Postage Stamps: The “New Metallic Currency”

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August 12, 2013 by MaryBeth

$5 Demand Note.  People had very little                                                                                                                                      faith in paper money in 1862.

By Steve Swain Of the many shortages of goods and services in the early years of the U.S. Civil War, …
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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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