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Here are just a few of the sites that have linked to us over the years.

10/21/21 “Further reading: These People Love to Collect Radioactive Glass, Collectors Weekly

8/27/21 “How One Artist Makes New Art From Old Colorling Books and Found Photos

5/20/21 “What the editors of The Magazine ANTIQUES are looking at this week

1/26/21 “The Biden Administration’s Conservation Plan Must Prioritize Indigenous Leadership

1/13/21 “Curiosity du Jour: Inside Out Handbags of Yore

1/7/21 “How the Handbag Became the Ultimate Fashion Accessory

7/16/20 “Looking back: Former Black Panther, author Judy Juanita shares experiences of the times

3/19/20 “Gag Gifts

3/5/20 “Collectors Weekly Interview (2020)

2/21/20 “Pointed Pins: How Pundit Jill Wine-Banks Sends Political Messages with Her Brooches

1/14/20 “10 Collectibles in Your Attic That You Didn’t Realize Were So Valuable

7/23/19 “Hot Sauce, Fancy-Looking Knives, and More Things to Buy This Week

5/9/19 “Throwback Thursday: Defending Our Planet Everywhere

4/22/19 “Wine History by Decade: 1890s

1/11/19 “The Rest Is History

9/28/18 “The bad design that created one of America’s worst housing crises

8/25/18 “It Came From the ’70s: The Story of Your Grandma’s Weird Couch

7/17/18 “5 ‘Internet Problems’ That Existed Way Before The Internet

4/30/18 “Ep. 78 – The Vostok Amphibia… That’s What The Whole Show Is About

4/3/18 ““The Flames” by Wes Wilson

3/16/18 “From Collectors Weekly:

1/27/18 “Royalty, espionage, erotica: secrets of the world’s tiniest photographs.

12/12/17 “Bob Seidemann, photographer of Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin, dies at 75

9/7/17 “How Snake Oil Got a Bad Rap (Hint: It Wasn’t The Snakes’ Fault)

4/14/17 “Keep Your Eyes Peeled for Easter Witches

3/31/17 “15 Great Stories That Have Nothing to Do With Politics

2/10/17 “Nothing Says ‘I Hate You’ Like a ‘Vinegar Valentine’

2/4/17 “No, She Really Didn’t: Persistent Myths About Women Debunked

1/11/17 “A Brief History of Trash

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12/6/16 “Bloomberg’s Jealousy List 2016

11/29/16 “Remembering Tower Records

Atlas Obscura
11/14/16 “The Forgotten Victorian Craze for Collecting Seaweed

11/4/16 “Space Oddity: David Bowie’s Secret Obsession With ’80s Memphis Design

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10/27/16 “Joseff of Hollywood

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10/9/16 “The banjo and racist revisionism

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10/1/16 “The mystery of the phantom page-turner

9/7/16 “An Un-Conventional Thirst: Collecting 7Up’s Most Beautiful, Hallucinatory Billboards

9/6/16 “This pop-cultural history of Pyrex entertains

8/23/16 “When T.G.I. Friday’s Loses Its Flair

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8/19/16 “With the Internet, collectors can find anything. Where’s the fun in that?

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6/20/16 “How America built itself on guns, then couldn’t let go

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5/25/16 “6 Real Cities Destroyed By Incredibly Bizarre Apocalypses

Atlas Obscura
4/29/16 “The First Woman To Put Her Face On Packaging Got Trolled Like Crazy

4/15/16 “What Your CEO Is Reading

4/11/16 “Main Street Morning

3/18/16 “Here’s How You Sit in One of Those Terrifying Bustle Skirts

3/17/16 “Why are old gravestones shaped like tree trunks?

3/14/16 “The science behind the mile-high club

1/29/16 “Toni Tipton-Martin on Two Classic Cookbooks of the Black American Experience

The Sunday
12/22/15 “100 Incredible Reads From 2015 (‘Sex and Suffering’ article)

12/9/15 “Holiday Windows in Downtown Pittsburgh

12/5/15 “‘Cultural Corridor’ Proposed for Northern Berkshires

11/11/15 “Did the CIA’s Experiments With Psychedelic Drugs Unwittingly Create the Grateful Dead?

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10/16/15 “When Book Lovers Guarded Their Prized Possessions With Tiny Artworks

9/1/15 “Selling Shame: 40 Outrageous Vintage Ads Any Woman Would Find Offensive

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8/23/15 “Slut-Shaming, Eugenics, and Donald Duck: The Scandalous History of Sex-Ed Movies

8/14/15 “Collectors Weekly Interviews Anita Pointer

7/15/15 “Ben Marks chronicles the renaissance of the harmonica

7/9/15 “The Worst Things That Have Ever Happened at the Dentist

6/3/15 “Record Price For Vintage Yankees Bobbing Head Doll

4/22/15 “The Diverse Designs of Do Not Disturb Signs

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3/30/15 “Why this mysterious Mayan cave full of children’s bones may be evidence of ancient human trafficking

3/18/15 “New Evidence of Ancient Child-Trafficking Network Unearthed in Maya Sacrifice Cave

1/31/15 “The Soviet Space Dogs Who Took Giant Leaps for Mankind

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12/14/14 “Sex-Ed Movies

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12/8/14 Aloha Shirts (“a cloth made from the bark of the paper mulberry tree”)

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12/2/14 Vintage Fur (“criticized for encouraging fur trends”)

11/20/14 “Mantiques

10/6/14 “Yarn Bombs

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9/18/14 “30 years later, the Cosby sweater still rules

Paris Review
8/4/14 “This Old Phallus Tree

6/7/14 “The ‘Oz’ Moment.”

6/3/14 “How cars and car operators colonized our roads.”

5/10/14 “Mr. Chemex.”

4/11/14 “Medicinal Soft Drinks and Coca-Cola Fiends: The Toxic History of Soda Pop.”

3/4/14 “Excerpted with permission from a longer, richly illustrated piece in Collectors Weekly.”

3/3/14 “Southern plantation museums have a nasty tendency to soften history and present white plantation owners as people who treated slaves decently.”

2/24/14 “Campbell’s Soup resurrected Mark Twain from the dead to have him sell their products in 1934. Can’t imagine what the author, famous for his acerbic wit, would have quipped about that!

1/31/14 “Here’s a fun story about Widespread Panic’s Dave Schools, who collects Hot Wheels and Wacky Packs

1/13/14 “40 outrageously offensive vintage ads

10/22/13 “Longform Best of 2013

10/22/13 “Race and Beyond: Parsing Myth from Reality in U.S. Gun Culture

10/18/13 “Why Dark Rides Scare the Pants Off Us

10/7/13 “The Very Best Copy Of “The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test”

8/26/13 “A History Of Snake Oil Salesmen

7/31/13 “Harmonica Geeks

7/31/13 “From Shock Chairs to Smell-O-Vision: The Movie Gimmicks of Yesteryear

7/27/13 “Weekend Reading: Fake Bomb Detectors, Monica Lewinsky Turns Forty

6/27/13 “A Filthy History: When New Yorkers Lived Knee-Deep in Trash

6/22/13 “The Smallest Museums and Galleries in the World

3/18/13 “Giving Death a Makeover

3/14/13 “Longreads Guest Pick: Digg’s David Weiner

2/26/13 “Black is Beautiful: Why Black Dolls Matter

2/25/13 “How the Mango Became the Fruit of Mao

2/13/13 “Bill Cosby’s sweaters explained, Charlie Sheen’s dress deal with Lindsay Lohan and more

2/12/13 “Bill Cosby talks about his famous sweaters

2/11/13 “You can see why Steven Spielberg is snapping up these posters by Laurent Durieux

2/6/13 “Ouch! Vintage Valentines With Bite

1/29/13 “Parking Meters, Originally Meant to Keep Traffic Moving, Need an Update

12/16/12 “Curator of the world’s only 8-track museum shows some love to the fallen format

11/12/12 Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee

11/11/12 “Mental Baggage”

11/10/12 The Ipod’s 4,000-Pound Grandfather

11/10/12 Saturday Links: Boy Meets World (Again) Edition

9/29/12 “Seven of the week’s best reads”

9/12/12 “Surprising Products ‘For Women’ As Ridiculous as Bic Cristal Pens”

8/31/12 “Neil Armstrong Couldn’t Afford Life Insurance, So He Used a Creative Way to Provide for His Family If He Died”

8/23/12 “The Awkward History of Americans Talking About Contraception”

8/21/12 “The Covert History of the American Condom by Collectors Weekly”

8/17/2012 “Condoms as American as Apple Pie”

8/12/12 “Baby’s First Butcher Shop”

8/8/12 “Is It Burning Man Yet?”

8/6/12 “Butchery For Boys and Girls: Victorian-Era Meat Market Playsets”

8/3/12 “As costly collectibles, Olympic torches are on fire”

7/26/12 “5 Things To Know This AM”

7/25/12 “Beauty Inspiration Journal”

7/6/12 “Love Boats: The Delightfully Sinful History of Canoes”

7/2/12 “Story of Jaws, the painting”

5/8/12 “Inside This Building Lies Hollywood’s Most Iconic Gems”

2/2/12 “Punch Box Valentines From Leafcutter Designs”

10/7/11 “Where Hard Rock Meets Pop Art”