ephemera


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ephemera

1. a mayfly, esp one of the genus Ephemera
2. a class of collectable items not originally intended to last for more than a short time, such as tickets, posters, postcards, or labels
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Konstantin Stoborod and Thomas Swann, Leicester University, editors of ephemera special issue Management, Business, Anarchism November 2014, volume 14, number 4; pp591-1079; ISBN 978-1-906948-25-2
At the second meeting the possibility of including entries for relevant projects within CPP2, as a means of providing a single point of access to performance ephemera resources was discussed: it was agreed that this could be a useful development and that the technical issues involved would be considered by the CPP team.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat--all of these different types of social media are good examples of ephemera.
The book and ephemera fair runs from 11am to 5pm at the Harborne Road venue.
5) Ephemera has therefore always been with us, a least since the mid-fifteenth century, and seems set to make the transition from print to the digital age and, indeed, to become more visible than ever before.
Collectively, however, Miller's ephemera paint a broader picture of his growth as a writer, his socioeconomic status, and his philosophical outlook--just to name a few ways in which Ephemera helps round out one's understanding of Miller.
The Ephemera is mostly up for sale so it could be a profitable clear-out too.
Tuesday, March 22, at MindFull Books & Ephemera, 29 Main St.
CHS's ephemera collections, focusing on nineteenth- and twentieth-century California, are now more accessible through the California Ephemera Project (CEP)--a portal to the ephemera collections at California institutions via the Online Archive of California.
The collection will form part of a Historical Documents, Autographs & Ephemera sale by specialist auctioneers Mullock's at Ludlow Racecourse, Shropshire, on April 23.
The Design and Printing of Ephemera in Britain and America 1720-1890.