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Big changes

A lot of things to go through here

As some of you know the league has been top heavy and we, and other teams, have been in favor of splitting into 3 leagues. 393 more words

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The cold never bothered me anyway

Happy birthday Dylan!

I may have been conspicuously absent this week. You see it is half way through the birthday season here in our zip code. 620 more words

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cabinet of curiosities

some cabinet of curiosities to fill your monday.

Art

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Calling All Innovations in Financial Capability! A New FI2020 Project Needs to Hear about You… 365 more words

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More on early 20th century antique dealers in New York

Following the blog post on ‘searching for Duveen’ in the streets of New York I thought it would be interesting to find the former locations of some of the other antique dealers I encountered in the archives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York – it’s also the opportunity to share some of the fascinating archive documents in the archives (thanks again to Melissa Bowling, one of the archivists at the Met Museum for helping with the research for the Antique Dealer project!) Most of the dealer galleries dating from the early part of the 20th century seem to have been demolished in the continual processes of renewal of the architectural landscape of New York city, (as you’ll see in the comments below) – but I did find one building that still remains (although no longer the premises of an antique dealer). 616 more words