Ohio Memory has published a new post, “Leaves of Affection: A Look at Autograph Books of the 19th Century”
Autograph books have been around for centuries. They originally were a way for students to collect signatures of classmates and instructors. Most often, students would allow friends and instructors to use the blank pages of their bibles to sign their names, but over time, books with only blank pages were created with the sole purpose of being used for capturing signatures. […]
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Leaves of Affection: A Look at Autograph Books of the 19th Century
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