Library Ink Stamps

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thelifeguardlibrarian:

outofprintclothing:

Our women’s Library Stamp shirt is sold out!The good news is that we will be reprinting and it’s expected to be back in stock the week of 4/21! 
In the meantime, be sure to check out the rest of our Library Collection here: http://goo.gl/9DlnaD
And don’t forget, we are donating a portion of sales this week to help a Queens-based public school get a fully functional library!

Congrats on the success! GO BUY LIBRARY STUFFS PPL.

thelifeguardlibrarian:

outofprintclothing:

Our women’s Library Stamp shirt is sold out!

The good news is that we will be reprinting and it’s expected to be back in stock the week of 4/21!

In the meantime, be sure to check out the rest of our Library Collection here: http://goo.gl/9DlnaD

And don’t forget, we are donating a portion of sales this week to help a Queens-based public school get a fully functional library!

Congrats on the success! GO BUY LIBRARY STUFFS PPL.

nypl:

In honor of New York City Restaurant Week (which is celebrating its 20th anniversary and starts Monday) here is a Caturday with a culinary twist - it’s a 1900 menu from the Au Chat Noir Hotel and Restaurant, which had locations on both 28th Street and West Broadway. Purrrrfect, right? It also gives us an opportunity to send you to our newly redesigned What’s On The Menu page, where you can transcribe menus just like this one from our extensive collection to make the information more accessible to researchers. Oh, wait, one more thing. We also have a food-related exhibition at our 42nd Street building right now - Lunch Hour NYC. It’s free and fabulous - just ask the Times. Learn more about it in this new piece by Edible Manhattan. Anyone else hungry?

nypl:

In honor of New York City Restaurant Week (which is celebrating its 20th anniversary and starts Monday) here is a Caturday with a culinary twist - it’s a 1900 menu from the Au Chat Noir Hotel and Restaurant, which had locations on both 28th Street and West Broadway. Purrrrfect, right? It also gives us an opportunity to send you to our newly redesigned What’s On The Menu page, where you can transcribe menus just like this one from our extensive collection to make the information more accessible to researchers. Oh, wait, one more thing. We also have a food-related exhibition at our 42nd Street building right now - Lunch Hour NYC. It’s free and fabulous - just ask the Times. Learn more about it in this new piece by Edible Manhattan. Anyone else hungry?

willigula:

Otho Cushing imagines the fashion of a future 1950 in issue #1950 of Life Magazine, 1914

willigula:

Otho Cushing imagines the fashion of a future 1950 in issue #1950 of Life Magazine, 1914

(via mattsvintage)