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Ephemera as art and history

Here’s a recent acquisition for my collection of interesting ephemera. I scored it from an online seller and although I didn’t know much about it when I purchased the item, I have learned a bit through some research. On the … Continue reading

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Ah, childhood

Back in late 1979, I went with my mom to visit the Jean Thomas Museum. Known far and wide as “The Traipsin’ Woman,” Thomas was most famous for her efforts at sharing and promoting Appalachian culture. Located in Ashland, Kentucky, … Continue reading

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