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moving image archivist; interested in meta-archival issues & other peoples' home movies. co-founder, outsider library. Maker of live archival film events.
Here's what my father had to say about hippies in 1968:
I'm speaking at UCLA Library on Friday, 5/31, on Archives&Access&Alternatives. Open to the public! #archives
Ecstatically decayed #nitrate film #archives
Twitterverse: Can anyone ID this late 50s-early 60s celeb, filmed in Vegas? Tip of my tongue, but just can't recall.
A researcher just found this great "danger lurks" fire-everywhere image in our library.
I believe this beautiful 1938 grab (from 16mm) is Dufaycolor (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dufaycolor)
Hello Earth People!
Raccoons in the Richmond, on the way home from Lost Landscapes! Food was probably left for outdoor cats, but...
The resemblance of the human body to the industrial body is striking. Factory, Sept. 1914, at Prelinger Library
Human Dynamo in Texas -- a 7-year-old electric boy. (@nytimes, 1908-09-10) #cyborg #electricity
"Why Archive?" postcard, just out from http://activist-archivists.org. Print and pass on! #archives #ows #oo
Troy, New York, a few weeks ago.
Automobiles! ALL THE RAGE. Delightful, healthful, exhilarating. (June, 1902)
Here's today's #archival populist quote, from Robert C. Binkley, 1937:
Safe driving brings no regrets! (1934)
Here's what the Oakland Tribune website looks like on my phone, when I ask to "view full website"
Can the hive mind identify these men? Don't think guy on right is Joe Louis, but he is a #boxer. Thanks! #homemovies
"Don't people read any more?" "Yes...but it's often regarded as a chore." from Industrial Marketing, Jan 1958
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