Engstirnig: Friday Flowers in der US-Archivliste verboten

“I’ve been informed by Melanie Mueller, the A&A list Moderator that “Friday Flowers” are prohibited under the revised Terms of Participation.

I’ve been posting Friday Flowers for nearly eleven years here as an exercise in photography for me and a gift for you.

From now on, my photos will be available on my website http://www.sonc.com/look each Friday.

I hope and presume Klaus Graf will continue to post them at http://archivalia.tumblr.com tag: naturalia

I will continue to post them on my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Carter.SonC

I also maintain a blind copy email subscription list. You get images of my cats, my grandkids, Natchitoches, almost anything that strikes my fancy; usually two or three mailings a week.

Let me know and I will add you to that list. Several people who retired from Archives are part of that list.

I’ll probably slip away now, as I don’t need the job postings, and I don’t go to the conventions; I was just here to help with technical questions.

Speaking of conventions, next time you’re in that hotel, you might tell them to remove the flowers from the lobby, as they aren’t necessary. (That’s supposed to be humor, which is allowed under the terms.)


Natchitoches, Louisiana
Oldest Permanent Settlement in the Louisiana Purchase


Friday Flowers 8/29/2014 by Sonny Carter is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

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Klaus Graf (2014, 2. September). Engstirnig: Friday Flowers in der US-Archivliste verboten. Archivalia. Abgerufen am 19. Juni 2024, von https://doi.org/10.58079/bhcz

Autor: Klaus Graf

Historiker und Archivar, Blogger

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