Janet Mary Riley


Thursday, June 28 at 6 PM – 7:30 PM Special Collections and Archives Monroe Library 3rd Floor Loyola University New Orleans 6363 St Charles Ave, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118 Free and open to the public. Though Janet Mary Riley did not define herself as a second wave feminist, by today’s standards, she was a quiet but fierce civil rights…
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Hand-drawn sketch.

5/23/18 Hand-drawn, Custom Monograms!

Join ALUMNAE and me, Nancy Sharon Collins today, for a unique opportunity to commission original hand-drawn, one of a kind monograms for personalized shoes, stationery, email signature, wedding gifts and so much more. Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018 12-7:00 pm, EST. ALUMNAE 60 Hudson St Tribeca, NYC. Mrs. Collins, the country’s leading expert on hand engraved…
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5/17/18 Type Directors Club, NSC in NYC

Why Do Most Monograms Look Alike? MAY 17 @ 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM TDC Members $5 Non-members $20 Monograms and ciphers sold to personalize products such as luggage, handbags, totes, linens, dress shirts, sweatshirts, T-shirts and even baby onesies mostly look the same. Stationer Nancy Sharon Collins explains their historical progression and the evolution…
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Tennessee Williams and James Laughlin

3/23/18 LETTERS READ: Tennessee Williams and James Laughlin

Enjoy an intimate look at a Tennessee Williams that only his greatest publisher and dearest friend, James Laughlin, would have known—all through the vehicle of their personal letters to one another. Presented by stationer Nancy Sharon Collins and local actors, this staged reading includes selections from The Luck of Friendship: The Letters of Tennessee Williams and James…
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Mrs. Collins Regrets

3/22/18 Mrs. Collins Regrets: Writing that Letter You Really Don’t Want To

Learn to write that letter you really don’t want to! This informative session about personal correspondence by Nancy Sharon Collins, Stationer LLC, is a “how-to” presentation for drafting hard-to-write letters. Using visually compelling, real-life examples—historic and contemporary—Collins illustrates the nuts-and-bolts of how to compose thoughtful, thorough letters and notes addressing sensitive emotional situations. These “regrets” include how…
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