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Bucharest to Brooklyn

This Romanian postcard is a visual metaphor for post-World War Two Europe. Especially for the newly formed Communist block countries, of which Romania was one. Understanding the complexities of the geopolitical world is simplified by the sixteen rubber stamps that were pounded on the face of the card, each almost intentionally trying to obscure the […]

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Italian Honey Bees to Dental Floss

Thankfully, there is no cure for curiosity… The mildewed cardboard box, stuffed with old papers, turned into a rabbit hole leading to a surprising discovery: a families rich history of medical service that affected the well-being of millions of people. In the box was a scattering of one cent postcards, most were from 1883, all […]

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