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13 September 2018


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I could love paper, but wondering what you do with all of it? I guess my weakness is linens.

The beauty of it all....

It's so immediate, isn't it? And amazing how long it has survived, whereas my digital documents from five years ago are inaccessible without undergoing a conversion to the new software.

I share your love of, and passion for, old French (and also, in my case, Russian) papers (including but not limited to maps) on which someone has written, drawn or otherwise expressed or depicted something. Especially since I have not been in a position to search for those old papers very often, I love reading about, and studying the photographs of, French ones in your blog.
Thank you for writing about and sharing your photographs of them, Corey! 💜

Oh my, I love this! The music sheets and your 1739 book!?! Perfection!I have love letters from the mid 1800s of my grandparents when they were saying and first married when he was of to war. Treasures!

Glad the picture of you with The Paper Guy enlarges. That book you found is incredible. All these letters give you a window to another time. The menus do the same.

The last few pictures of letters...the script is beautiful, but challenging to read.

I have about 5 small drawers of paper stored away for making cards and tags, vintage papers however none from Europe which I would love to have a couple sheets anyway.
Then I have a chest of drawers full of Christmas greeting cards, special cards

I have never read any papers from 1800's little lone 1700's

Old photographs are my thing.The boys used to call them my "dead people" when they were young. :)

That seems an inappropriate comment for this type of blog. I think it is worthy of deleting.

thank you I did.

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