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Tom Conrad

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Sunday, January 02, 2005

Lost & Found

Look at this neat thing that Jeffrey found:

Ephemera Forever: I was randomly searching for some stuff for a little personal project I've been working on when I ran across 'I Remain,' an archive of digitized documents at Lehigh University. At first glance it looks like this dry historical repository - and it is - but the things the curators chose to include is pretty interesting. It's all ephemera, condolence notes, thank-you cards, and so forth.

It's like a real-world Nick Bantock book!

Please note: this blog has moved to http://tomconrad.net, please do not post comments here.
 

At 10:41 AM, Blogger Tim Oren said...

Hey, welcome to the blogosphere!

 

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