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Book Review: Take Me to the Water, compiled by Jim Linderman and Steven Lance Ledbetter

Take Me to the Water: Immersion Baptism in Vintage Music and Photography 1890–1950 (Atlanta: Dust-to-Digital, 2009) is one of the most unique book products I’ve ever engaged. A collaboration between Americana collector Jim Linderman and Dust-to-Digital front man Steven Lance … Continue reading

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“Jesus Saves” Banjo Uke

This 1938 postcard is from the collection of Jim Linderman, who created and maintains the blog Old Time Religion as a catalog of all the vintage religious literature, advertisements, photographs, toys, and other ephemera he has collected over the years. … Continue reading

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A crucifix like no other

What’s going on here? This is a 1914 German postcard from the collection of Jim Linderman. The caption reads Kreuz im Schwarzwald (“Cross in the Black Forest”), and the bottom line identifies G. Röbcke of Freiburg im Breisgau as the … Continue reading

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