Examples of ephemera in a Sentence
He has a large collection of old menus and other ephemera.
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More than 200 booksellers showcase and sell rare tomes, manuscripts, and other ephemera at the Pasadena Convention Center.
The sculptural boxes are a fascination in themselves, each composed of various kinds of speakers, wires, motherboards and found ephemera.
Also included are the job application from Mr. Brooks’s time selling boots, the receipt from his first studio session, early merchandise and plenty of other ephemera.
First of all, thank you for painting that lovely picture of me, ancient and decrepit, surrounded by Star Wars ephemera, convulsing with pain in a pit of despair and self-abuse Like Naomi Watts at the end of Mulholland Drive.
Through prints, paintings, ephemera and photography, Frayling traces the creature’s visual evolution.
Housed in what was once the vestibule of the old patent office building, the exhibition showcases a wide assortment of photographs, ephemera and other artifacts dating back to the museums’ 1968 debut.
The book is a behind-the-stage-door dive into the ephemera of a woman who ritualistically kept virtually everything — every ticket stub, every dry cleaning receipt, every Polaroid from a wardrobe fitting — from her half-century-long career.
Walking among the ephemera gathered for the 50th anniversary exhibition, the curator’s attention is drawn to a modest gallery brochure—one of the very first to be printed.
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