Valentines for archivists

Give these to your friends, your coworkers, your secret archives crushes…


(“I like the way you roll” over a photo of book trucks. Photo credit: 1273148018052_proc2 by yurilong)


(“I’m stuck on you” over a photo of a scrapbook. Photo credit: World War One Scrapbook by San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives)


(“I love you like a silverfish loves paper” over a photo of a silverfish. Photo credit: Peixinho-de-prata // Silverfish (Lepisma saccharina) by Valter Jacinto)


(“Be mine” over a photo of a donation form. Photo credit: Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum Archives donation form)


(“I love you this much” over a photo of a penguin with arms outstretched.)


(“You mean the world to me” over a historical map of the world. Photo credit: Wytfliet’s Map of the World 1598 from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection)


(“Let’s bone” over a photo of a bone folder.)


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8 Responses to “Valentines for archivists”

  1. Renee DesRoberts (@backblogger) Says:

    HAR HAR HAR! That bone folder joke almost made me spit out my coffee!!! :-D

  2. Sasha Says:

    Love these!!!

  3. Karin Bredenberg Says:

    Love them!!!

  4. Jazmin Idakaar Says:

    My love for you will never crumble, unlike inferior binding glues from the mid-twentieth century.

  5. Margaret Turman Kidd Says:

    Thanks! These made me laugh, especially the last one.

  6. Michele Combs Says:

    Bwahahaaaa! Very cute :)

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  8. eao Says:

    Reblogged this on Blue Castle and commented:
    Also these.

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