4 thoughts on “Old words

    • They have a pretty cool history. They belonged to my MIL – they are some of the paperback books published between the wars in England. Paper was expensive so they were made as economically as possible. She dated them from 1933. They have been sitting in her library in Maine for decades. After she passed this year my husband finally got them for our library.

  1. you have such an eye for found art. as a whole, this is wonderful. but i’m particularly intrigued by the one renegade page about a third of the way up. it notches up the unique quality of the image overall, into another level.

    • Thanks – I was intrigued by the visible page sets (if that is what you call them in book binding) – portions of the total narrative. Books are just cool.

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