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Ellen Gruber Garvey - Breslauer Scholar - Shared screen with speaker view
Charles Lenhart
26:21
This was a way to preserve history before internet and computers use of digital recording
Elder Jacqueline V Norris Baker
28:25
Hello Everyone
Charles Lenhart
50:24
the hangings sound like CRT material
Cynthia Patterson
01:10:01
Fascinating presentation, Ellen!
Wendy Stephens
01:10:06
Bravo, wonderful talk!
Phyllis Arnold
01:10:11
bravo!!
Wendy Stephens
01:10:21
Such a fan, it was a treat to hear you live.
Sally Bellerose
01:10:59
Wonderful presentation
Nicole Murph
01:11:12
Fascinating presentation! Thank you!
Sue Tippett
01:11:21
That was wonderful Ellen. So informative!
Jeremy Abbott
01:12:12
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Sibyl Moses
01:12:45
Such great insight. Thank you. Have you come across a bibliography of scrapbooks, or a guide to various libraries' holdings of scrapbooks, apart from bibliographic records in catalogs? Thank you.
Ellen Gruber Garvey
01:15:58
Sibyl, no. I'll be glad to speak on this problem.
LILLIAN WILLIAMS
01:20:51
Did Alice Dunbar Nelson maintain scrapbooks through the WWI period and her relationship to Mary B. Talbert, etal.
Priti Joshi
01:25:36
new ways of thinking about Cordell's virality
Rochelle Ruthchild
01:30:25
Wonderful and so interesting. Thanks Ellen!
Jeremy Abbott
01:32:03
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Jeremy Abbott
01:44:18
https://scrapbookhistory.wordpress.com/author/ellengarvey/
Jeremy Abbott
01:45:14
(and one of my favorite pieces of Ellen's scholarship: "Reframing the Bicycle" https://www.jstor.org/stable/2713325?seq=2)
Samaine Lockwood
01:47:31
Thanks so much for this wonderful talk!
Emily Coccia
01:47:39
Thank you for the wonderful talk!
Amanda Watson
01:47:41
Thank you, Ellen!