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Roberto Jovel, courtesy of Alan Luedeking,
Alexandre De Barros and
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When we were down to just a couple advertisers a few issues back, I started to wonder about the level of interest and support for The E-Sylum. I needn't have worried. One regular advertiser found it hard to believe others didn't do the same - "It's cheap and effective". I sent some emails to see if there was interest in advertising, and the response was overwhelming. Tonight's issue has the largest number and volume of ads in our history.
Some of these are just one to three issue placements, but others may continue through many weeks. In fact, Whitman Publishing will be back for the whole year of 2013. So I'd like to publicly thank our advertisers for their support, and encourage our readers to in turn support our advertisers. Check out their web sites, bid in their sales, and help build your own collections and library.
This week we open with updates on three upcoming numismatic literature sales. Other topics include George Morgan and what his sketchbook reveals about his skills, contact marks, and an app for detecting counterfeit money.
To learn more about Melvil Dewey, Vladimir and Elvira Eliza Clain-Stefanelli, Labor Exchange Notes, the Christian Industrial Exchange, and the major industry firm that was a front for the CIA, read on.
Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
Wayne Homren, Editor
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