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Issue 187, Autumn 2019
Issue 187, Autumn 2019
Issue 187, Autumn 2019
Issue 187, Autumn 2019
Issue 187, Autumn 2019
Issue 187, Autumn 2019
Issue 187, Autumn 2019
Issue 187, Autumn 2019
Issue 187, Autumn 2019
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Issue 187, Autumn 2019

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In this issue No 187

Rick Poyner, Punk in print, 1976-80 // Sallie Morris, Recognising Charles Mozley // Heather Raybould, Historical origins of the Christmas season’s colours of green and red // Catherine Muldoon, Nutty Gritty // Notes & Queries // Mrs Pepys // Events // Digital Life

Welcome to Issue No 187 of The Ephemerist. Ephemera can often be said to document particular social movements in history. The collection of self-made fanzines and flyers – evidence of a movement that ‘put a middle finger up to modern society’ in the late 1970s and early 80s – in the first article by Rick Poynor – are no exception. We are delighted to introduce a selection of ephemeral items illustrated by the artist Charles Mozley, who is receiving renewed attention through two current projects. Colour is a both key component in Christmas cards of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and the discussion of dairy-free milk packaging of the twenty-first. Our regular Mrs Pepys and Notes & Queries complete, what I hope our readers will agree, yet another not-be-missed issue. The Editor


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