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Chock Full O’ Ephemera

By Denise Anderson, Archives Assistant This bit of ephemera, this flattened Cellophane envelope, with its cheerful “Good Morning!” greeted me as I opened to page 41.  I love that this colorful advertisement served as a book mark in Print, a journal of the graphic arts, for a library reader investigating “Lasansky and the Iowa PrintContinue reading “Chock Full O’ Ephemera”

World War II Map of Occupied Countries

Today is Veterans Day so we want to share this 1943 map of occupied countries, noted in gray. The legend reads: “Help erase the gray blots on this map by buying U. S. war bonds and stamps.” This map is part of the John N. Calhoun Papers. Calhoun lived in Burlington, Iowa. After earning his lawContinue reading “World War II Map of Occupied Countries”