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NEW YEAR'S "CALLS"

It was a very popular custom, during the 19th century, for people to make a short visit to their friends and neighbors on New Year’s day or eve. In this episode, we will discuss that tradition, and our own effort to revive it, here in the internet age.


HISTORICAL REFERENCES:

 

New year's Calls, Cleveland Plain Dealer, December 29, 1855.


New Year's Day, Cleveland Plain Dealer, January 02, 1858.


The Fat Man's New Year Calls, Cleveland Plain Dealer, January 02, 1861.


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Michael Hoggett (listener)

Jane "Sunflower" Doe (listener)


CO-HOST & EXTRO APHORISM (voice): Kit Caren


HOST INTRO: Nina Innstead


MUSIC:


Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

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The Curtain Rises


I Knew A Guy


Daytime TV Theme


Deadly Roulette


isisip:


Auld Lang Sybe - piano music


SOUND EFFECTS:


Freesound.org


Voyage400


EXTRO APHRORISM:


Source: Chesterton, G.K., A Chesterton Calendar, New Year's Day (1912).


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