Vintage Miscellany – March 18, 2020

Let’s all take a break from the virus news, why don’t we? You can take a long hike, or sit there and read some news from the fashion, art,  and textile history world.

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9 responses to “Vintage Miscellany – March 18, 2020

  1. The irony is that I’ve been given so many diversions — virtual museum tours, free and low-cost online classes of every possible description, crafty project ideas, TV/movie/book/music suggestions, live-streams of everything from adorable otters to singing quarantined Italians — that I’m having a hard time actually getting any work done. LOL. Thanks for another list of interesting options!

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  2. I about never go to museums. But ironically, I’d planned to go to Charles M. Schulz museum this month to see the Lucy exhibit. And of course, they are closed! Great post, thanks for the links! 🙂

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  3. As a collector of vintage photos myself, I loved the work of Han Cao. Thanks!

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  4. Maguy

    Thank you Lizzie,
    WIsh I could go on a long hike but it’s strictly forbidden here in France : only short walks, not far from home, with a derogation in my pocket. Blogs are precious !
    Maguy

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  5. Maguy

    It won’t last forever (j’espère)

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