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I think it’s an interesting and important concept for universities, museums, and other cultural institutions to put their photo archives on sharing sites such as Flickr. It is a means to preserve and retell history, as well as to inspire others to dig up otherwise unknown and unseen remnants of the past.
For those that follow our Ebay listings, you might notice that things are a little different the next two weeks. We are cutting back on the number and dollar value of the items listed in our weekly auctions that end December 19th and December 26th, in order to be able to spend some time with friends and family over the holiday season.
We are exceptionally grateful to all of our regular customers for their interest and support these past 13 years on eBay. We wish every one of you a happy and healthy holiday season!
Walnutts FAQ’s is a series of common questions… and their answers.
Q. I notice you frequently sell or post about “CDVs” on your auction page and website. What is a CDV, exactly?
A. A CDV (or more precisely a “carte-de-visite”) is small albumen print that is mounted on a standard sized 2 1/2″ by 4″ backing card. The process was patented in 1854 by a Parisian photographer, and the style gained their height of popularity in the United States during the Civil War. The were called carte-de-visite, which is French for “visiting card,” because their compact size made them perfect for “photographic calling cards” that could be presented during a social visit.
Their standardized size made them convenient for photo album makers, and they were easy to trade and collect. These types of photos also served as a way to familiarize Americans with the faces and popular images of politicians, military officers and other celebrities. They may have been presented to the public as a “souvenir” of the war or as a memorial. Around 1868, the larger cabinet card photograph became popular and by 1885, had taken over most of the carte-de-visite’s market.
The following day President Roosevelt requested (and immediately received) a Congressional declaration of war on Japan in what has become known as his Day of Infamy speech. That same day, the Archive of American Folk Song (now the Archive of Folk Culture, American Folklife Center), dispatched their fieldworkers to collect “man on the street” reactions to both the attack and the declaration of war. By February 1942, fieldworkers had recorded over twelve hours of opinions from more than two hundred individuals across the country. Touching on topics such as race relations and national pride, the interviews are a revealing look at the American state of mind in the wake of Pearl Harbor.
Today marks 70 years since the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Fellow blogger Quite Continental featured a post that links to the US National Archives’ recordings of interviews and speeches held after December 7, 1941, a true treasure trove of American history and our resolve in the face of tragedy. We honor and support veterans, past and present, and today remember those that lost their lives 70 years ago.
Titled The Last Letter of the Illustrious Statesman Thomas Jefferson, Esq. / Author of the declaration of Independence: / Being His Answer to Join the Citizens of Washington in Celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of American Independence, the fascinating Broadside pictured above was published at the time of Jefferson’s death on July 4th, 1826. It features the text of the letter written by Jefferson, reluctantly declining an invitation to appear at the 50th Anniversary Celebration of America’s Independence, due to his poor health. In the letter, he fondly remembers those who gathered together at Philadelphia in 1776 to draft the monumental document declaring American independence and the right of all men to govern themselves. In a language that resonates to this very day, Jefferson articulates his belief that eventually, the citizens of all countries around the world will be inspired by our Declaration of Independence to demand self-rule and the freedoms that we so cherish in this great country.
The content of this historic letter is as relevant today as it was 184 years ago. The words of the great, though aged, statesman still fill one with both pride and a sense of moral responsibility to the values of freedom and self-government, articulated so well by our Founding Fathers!
On July 4th, 1826, the 50th anniversary of American Independence, two of the greatest of the Founding Fathers– Thomas Jefferson and John Adams– passed to their final rest. Like today, mindless and self-serving political differences in the United States caused one faction to lionize Jefferson and ignore the death of Adams while the opposition praised the life and work of Adams and made little mention of the “Sage of Monticello.” But long before, Jefferson and Adams had become personally close and exchanged regular correspondence. Both had come to realize that it was not political leanings that define a Patriot, but rather a commitment to freedom for all citizens and a respect for the views of those who honestly and thoughtfully disagree with one’s own opinion are the measure of a true American.
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