Welcome to the second edition of the History Is Ephemeral Carnival, where “old paper” is more than just an obsession or a fire hazard — it’s the stuff of discovery.
Azrael Brown presents The Big Book of Cattle Brands posted at Double-Breasted Dust-Jacket.
Tattered & Lost presents When bluebirds fly over 4 leaf clover YOU’LL FIND A PIANO SALESMAN posted at Tattered and Lost Ephemera.
Frank presents Rare laser & holography art exhibit posters from the 80’s posted at HoloWorld at YouTube.
J.W. presents Victorian Beauties posted at The Collective Picture, saying, “A blog that collects photos and talks about their significance. This post is about the history of photography, and show’s early images of Victorian woman.”
Cliff Aliperti presents The Sporting News Coverage of Lou Gehrig Surpassing Everett Scott’s Record posted at VintageMeld.com.
I present When Does It Become Too Hot To Operate A Model Railroad? (Or, Taking A Ride On A Model Train To Meet The Emperor of Death Valley) posted here at Kitsch Slapped.
Azrael Brown presents Helen and Mrs. Faucher in blackface posted at The Infomercantile.
J.W. presents Tobacco Floats, Prize Goats and Billy Bowlegs posted at The Collective Picture.
Tattered & Lost presents Where have all the FLORIST SHOPS GONE? posted at Tattered and Lost Photographs.
Love old paper? Found something interesting? Please, submit your blog post/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. (If you’d like to host, just let me know!)
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