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Ephemera Symposium II “Designing American Life, 1780-1980”

Date: November 14, 1992
Location: Winterthur, DE 

 

Presentations:

Thomas Beckman: “Japanese Influence on American Trade Card Imagery and Design” [EJ 5 (1992), 35-49]

Sally Pierce: “Gleason’s Pictorial – Elevating and Celebrating American Life” [EJ 5 (1992) 12-24]

Barbara Rusch: “Weeping Sad and Lonely – Patterns of Alienation in Nineteenth Century Manuscript Ephemera” [EJ 5 (1992), 25-34]

George Gregory Smart: “Rufus Porter, An American Renaissance Man” [EJ 5 (1992), 1-5]

Donald Zaldin: “Currier and Ives Lithographs – Nineteenth Century ad hoc American ‘Democratic Vistas’” [EJ 5 (1992), 5-11]

Jim Zwick: “Prodigally Endowed with Sympathy for the Cause – Mark Twain’s Involvement with the Anti-Imperialist League” [EJ 5 (1992), 50-68]

Emilie W. Gould: “E-Mail and the American Character” [EJ 5 (1992), 69-71]