Tag Archives: scrapbooks
Happy anniversary to me! I have been blogging for one year, now. Although this is only my 74th post and not yet a nice, round 75, I will be on vacation all this week. While I am away at Camp-wish-I-were-at-the-beach, I … Continue reading
Do you remember the 1984 presidential election? Kingsport Archive’s recent acquisition of the Business and Professional Women’s Club Collection has some interesting mementos from the campaign with the nation’s first female vice presidential candidate.
Or, maybe what I should title this post is “Life after the Spoden Collection.” Not every collection is going to be filled with early American history or WWII love letters (or both) but in order to learn enough about a … Continue reading
In the past, I have sometimes recommended what one should NOT do when attempting to preserve family keepsakes or when visiting museum displays. For instance, do NOT leave paperclips in scrapbooks. Do NOT touch artwork on exhibit. Do NOT adhere … Continue reading