Published at Tuesday, May 21st, 2019 - 04:53:39 AM. Clip Art. By Armando Berger.
Almost any old, printed materials can yield interesting vintage images. Some materials, like photos, books and other publications, were intended to be permanent visual records. Other illustrated materials might fall under the definition of ephemera, meaning paper materials that were created for a single practical purpose, with no thought that they would be saved or preserved.
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