Examples of ephemera in a Sentence
He has a large collection of old menus and other ephemera.
Recent Examples of ephemera from the Web
Getting lost in a world and leafing through ephemera.
Some of these ephemera and publications are kept now at the Library of Congress.
The warehouses adjacent to the docks, which used to store nets, creel boxes, and other fishing ephemera, lie empty.
Also included in the auction, which ends September 13, are photographs of the royal family and several pieces of memorabilia from Charles and Diana's wedding day, as well as ephemera relating to U.S. presidents and first ladies.
Few scholars had thought that children’s rhymes, taunts and games were more than playground ephemera.
Homocore Chicago celebrates its 25th anniversary with a three-day exhibit at Defibrillator Gallery stuffed with photos, films, and ephemera.
Meanwhile, Apollo's job as a rare-book dealer serves as an interesting contrast to the flood of electronic ephemera.
Mundy, a New York Times bestselling author and journalist with bylines in The Atlantic, The Washington Post and elsewhere, dug through thousands of boxes of records, scouring countless rosters, memos and other paper ephemera.
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Origin and Etymology of ephemera
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