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Comment by Ellen G. K. Rubin on 3/7/2011 at 1:41 PM:
pop-ups are not just for children. they are all made by hand, even today. learn the history of this beloved genre of artistry and some little known facts. this video was made at the american history museum in washington, dc for the ongoing exhibit.

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Ellen G. K. Rubin discovered pop-up and movable books when she began reading them to her sons over 25 years ago. Today, she has more than 6,500 books and thousands of uncataloged movable ephemera. While at Yale Medical School's Physican Associate program in 1987, she attended the Sterling Library's exhibition on the history of movable books. It was there that she learned about the scholarly dimens... More
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Picture About Ellen G. K. Rubin: I've been collecting, curating, and writing about pop-up and movable paper for over 20 years. Most of my writing appears in newsletters and magazines relating to movable books. My informational websit... more
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