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Mail Art Martha left a comment for Kathryn Smith
"You will find all that here, Kathryn, welcome to the group!"
Dec 3, 2022
Kathryn Smith is now a member of International Union of Mail-Artists
Dec 3, 2022

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Mail-Artist since:
1970 June 24
My Website (without http://):
http://swap-bot.com
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
My artist life I've enjoyed sharing my artwork on the mail I send to friends, other artists, hoping I can join new mail art calls, share more of my original mail art with others who enjoy mail art.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
whippetartist@brighthouse.com

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At 6:54pm on December 18, 2022, M. Stephens said…

Welcome!  Provide your mail address & you will get mail.

At 6:49am on December 3, 2022, Mail Art Martha said…

You will find all that here, Kathryn, welcome to the group!

 
 
 

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