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September 16, 2008

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Jeff

How about a traveling collection of select pamphlets for display at small public libraries? A selection of fascinating content, history, art & design, and weirdness would make a great display. We could have an opening reception and let people with washed hands or white gloves handle some or all of them (I recommend the washed hands).

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