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Comment by Karen C.K. Ballard on March 2, 2012 at 5:46pm

Hi, I am a new member of the Ephemera Network.  Always interested in sheet music mentioning needlework or knitting/crochet in the lyrics, especially those from WWI or WWII.  Also interested (to a lesser degree) in those depicting knitters or seamstresses that do not mention same in the lyrics.  Check out my holdings at  FYI, I am also collaborating with a lady who is recording WWI knitting music.  

Comment by Laura macaluso on April 5, 2011 at 3:19pm
YES~ Preservation is so very important. There are many types of materials out there, but not every material is appropriate for every collectible. Some products need more breathable materials like polyethylene. Some can withstand polypropylene and or mylar. Acid free and buffered papers are an absolute necessity! You can have a free sample if you need one!
Comment by Gillian Atkinson on July 17, 2009 at 4:47pm
Hello Dave and thank you for the welcome. We try to preserve everything, the storage of the sheet music is a nightmare and we are hoping to digitise everything in due course. I collected a hugh amount of images and info on Vaughn deLeath but it got wiped from my PC...including the 9 chapters i had written and that just about set the tone for the last12 months.I have just about dared put my head above the parapet again and am going about the painstaking task of reconstructing my work. Happy to swap images and source material from the UK for others when time permits
Comment by Dave Dubé on July 15, 2009 at 7:11pm
First off, welcome to TEN. Secondly, I find your day job fascinating! Do you keep the sheet music itself, or are you just interested in the images?
Comment by Gillian Atkinson on July 15, 2009 at 6:45pm
Hello, I am new, so hope it is OK just to post here ? I am researching Vaughn de Leath and am looking for images from sheet music and I am also with Document Records We try to preserve old sheet music and 78s. and certainly anything pre-war Jazz and Blues related. Very happy I found this site
Comment by Dave Dubé on June 27, 2009 at 9:02am
Folks - This is what I do with sheet music:

Lots of possibilities for art work, either your own or for someone else. I would be willing to take any sheet music published between 1890 and 1945 and give it a second life.
Comment by BillNJ on May 5, 2009 at 2:17pm
I just inherited a load of old sheet music (1890 - 1960) almost all single popular songs of their era. Most of this I do not want, but I want it to go to good homes.
Any ideas?
Comment by Tinker's Moon on April 16, 2009 at 12:59pm
I'm in the process of uploading my personal collection of sheet music with "moon" in the song title.

I'd enjoy knowing what others in this group collect.
Comment by Gejus van Diggele on May 29, 2008 at 4:23pm
Manuscript music on playing card backs.

For violin, German, 17th century

Dance for violin orchestre, French, c1770

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