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March 17, 2008

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Laura

I agree entirely - in fact my specia interest is in what i guess you would call "found history" - the odd obscure bits, like old advertisements, old classifieds, obscure news items, that are absolute goldmines of information.

Sherry Borzo

I like this post Larry. It reminds me that there is treasure in being open to the unexpected.

Larry Lehmer

Laura: "Found history," even if it's not your own, can be fascinating. Thrift shops, for example, are virtual repositories for the past lives of others.

Sherry: Thanks for your keen observation. How right you are.

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