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“I saw them in the dumpster when I was walking my dog,” Murphy said.
Murphy said she instructed a couple of bartenders from her tavern on Monday to go get the items from the dumpster.
Historians are underemployed. I have any number of graduating B.A.s and M.A.s who would take entry-level wages to help sift and archive. But good grief, it shouldn't take a specialist to figure out that you might not want to chuck stuff that commemorates the relatively recently deceased, most beloved Cub of all time.
Plus the program offered a Public History track that included a specialty in book-editing, which was right up my alley.
a starting job at a small college in a part of the country you would prefer not to live in.
College graduates are underemployed.
...the whole thing just strikes me as a tempest in a teapot.
From the comments I'm surprised there wasn't a historian living in the dumpster near Wrigley Field.
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