History Is Ephemeral Carnival, 1st Edition

history-is-ephemeral_big Welcome to the first edition of the History Is Ephemeral Carnival.

I present The New Pathway to Slenderness, 1938 posted at Pink Populace Paparazzi Parade Exposé.

I present In Which I Try To Meet The Missus And End Up With Tommy Bartlett | Collectors’ Quest posted at Collectors’ Quest.

Cliff Aliperti presents On Ephemera, Collectibles, Value and Specifically World War II Era Movie Star Bus Passes | VintageMeld.com posted at VintageMeld.com.

Frank DeFreitas presents Through the Looking Glass posted at Antiquarian Holographica.

I present Hot On The Historical Ephemera Trail… In The National Enquirer? | Collectors’ Quest posted at Collectors’ Quest.

Alessia presents 1965: Legal Marital Rape posted at Relationship Underarm Stick.

I present Don’t Always Judge Sheet Music By Its Cover (Or Cover Price) | Collectors’ Quest posted at Collectors’ Quest.

Jen sent in this link to Yes, Studies in Crap Would Like A Side of Hobo Pie: The Branson Country Music Cookbook as a follow up to my The Baldknobbers (It Ain?t No April Fool’s Joke!) post.

I present Kitsch Slapped » Blog Archive » You Can’t Judge A Racist Nun By Her Habit, Part Three (Or, The Little Chink In Sister’s Armor) posted at Kitsch Slapped.

Honorable Mention: Edward Smith’s submission, About the Titanic | RMS Titanic Ship | Sinking of the Titanic (posted at Splash of Live), doesn’t meet all the requirements — but his efforts at transcription of the antique book deserve mention. This particular chapter is on the the dimensions & capacity of the Titanic, provisions for the comfort and entertainment of passengers of the Titanic, and the army of attendants required.


Please, submit your blog article — or one you like — to the next edition of
history is ephemeral using the carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page.

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  1. The first issue of your ephemera carnival looks wonderful, Deanna. Thanks for all of the hard work putting it together (and for including one of my posts). All the best . . . Frank DeFreitas

  2. This is a great addition to the world of ephemera online. I hope to see a few of my ephemera posts in future carnivals. You’re doing an awesome job.

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