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May 2019

This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 17
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 18
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 19
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 20
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 21
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 22
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 23
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 24
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 25
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 26
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 27
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 28
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 29
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 30
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

May 31
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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June 2019

This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 1
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 2
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 3
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 4
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One Main Street, Brooklyn , NY 11201 United States
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 5
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One Main Street, Brooklyn , NY 11201 United States
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 6
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 7
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 8
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One Main Street, Brooklyn , NY 11201 United States
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 9
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 10
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 11
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 12
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 13
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 14
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 15
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 16
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 17
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One Main Street, Brooklyn , NY 11201 United States
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 18
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 19
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 20
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 21
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 22
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 23
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library

June 24
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Jeff Wallace: This is No.628 of Everyman’s Library, which explores the relationship between time and memory as it relates to objects and ephemera that we save throughout our lives. Through a process of literary archeology, he uncovers and reassembles buried content and fragments – both literal and conceptual – to create new narratives that reference the past and, often, the journey of the original source material.

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