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July 22, 2011


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Brian Daly

Wow, that is a very impressive collection, definitely bigger than mine lol.




Thank you for this wonder peek at the blossoming of a collection. I marvel at your ability to have pared 7,000 objects down to 1,755 pieces for your exhibit. You mention that there are celluloid knitting needles; are there any of these (or any crochet hooks) in your exhibit?

Also, can you enlighten us as to why the post cards and advertising materials are more highly prized than the other artifacts in this collection?

Again, thanks for this look back at the beginnings of a collection and one family's shared passion.

Effie Kapsalis

What an incredible collection. I love that the whole family was involved in creating it. Great post!

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