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The world - with provenance

2013-11-16 - JAIS, 202 Gen. John Adair School, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. So many people want a brick from an old building as a souvenir: But these globes will prove of more long term interest than a brick. It's not a constant nag, for me to want an old time spinning globe, but it's been a want several times, especially when around grand kids. These are part of the surplus auction sale the Adair County School Board is holding this Saturday. I'd think it would be grand for a former John Adair Intermediate School student to own one with built in provenance, "This was from my grammie . . ." to show off to their grand kids. Maybe someone remembers. - EW. Clicking on ReadMore accesses a wonderful essay on globes by Peggy Fudge.
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