Posts Tagged ‘ 1920s ’

bookworms

April 26, 2011

trying to psyche everyone up with ideas for the bookbinding workshop this weekend with some posts about books! here are some covers from the nypl’s collection of Dust Jackets from American and European Books, 1926-1947 to get your bookbrains going!
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chag purim!

March 19, 2011

Trzebinia, Poland, Purim, 1938 tonight is the start of purim, one of the happiest, most celebratory jewish holidays! as a kid, purim was always the best holiday because you got to wear a crazy costume, eat a ton of hamantaschen (triangle shaped jelly-filled cookies), and crank your gragger at the mention of the bad...
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doin the charleston with dPT!

December 17, 2010

my first holiday party of the season was the most epic costume event i’ve been to in a loooong time! debi nabbed me as a model for dipietro todd salon when i moved to sf two years ago and since then she’s kept my locks looking fantastic! this year dPT celebrated the holidays with...
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