Newspaper Clippings: Can They Be Saved? Advice from Practical Archivist here:

Lisa Louise Cooke and I had an interesting chat about how to preserve newspaper clippings. You get to listen in our conversation because we recorded it for Lisa’s Genealogy Gems podcast. Episode 83 is ready and waiting for you.

by   	Andy Palmer, UK   via  M.I.L.K.  So fascinated with this site:  M.I.L.K. is an epic photographic celebration of what it is to be part of a family, share the gift of friendship and more than anything else, to be loved. Inspired by the 1950s landmark photographic exhibition "The Family of Man", M.I.L.K. began as a worldwide search to develop a collection of extraordinary and geographically diverse images portraying humanity’s "Moments of Intimacy, Laughter and Kinship" (M.I.L.K.).

Here’s Maksim after the world war II, looking for a handout. A family in Leningrad had a cat named Maksim and a parrot called Jack.

Joel Meyerowitz: Laundry

View Provincetown, 1977 by Joel Meyerowitz on artnet. Browse more artworks Joel Meyerowitz from Galerie Springer Berlin.

Don't Take Boring Photos, scribbles by Tony Ray Jones

Don’t Take Boring Photos: 13 Tips for Street Photographers from Tony Ray-Jones seen on Eric Kim Street Photography by Eric K

Keith Arnatt, ‘Miss Grace's Lane’ 1986-7

Keith Arnatt ‘Miss Grace’s Lane’, © Keith Arnatt Estate