The Rest Is History

Doxxing, stickers, and a trove of bronzes.

By Jaime Fuller

Friday, November 11, 2022

First Lady Grace Coolidge votes by mail on the White House lawn, 1924. Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.

• The photographs of Bernd and Hilla Becher. (

• Reimagining the National Museum of Brazil’s collection after a devastating fire. (The New York Times Magazine)

• Found: “An ‘exceptional’ trove of bronze statues preserved for thousands of years by mud and boiling water.” (The Guardian)

• The history of the Election Day sticker. (Hyperallergic)

• On The Velveteen Rabbit. (New York)

• An early case of doxxing in eighteenth-century Paris. (Aeon)

• This week in obituaries: Mimi Parker, Lois Curtis, Ernie Lazar, Doris Grumbach, Katherine Duncan-Jones, Brian O’Doherty, Ela Bhatt, Michael Basman, Douglas McGrath, Samuel L. Katz, Paul Morantz, Lee Bontecou, Kathleen Booth, Rebecca Godfrey, Herman Daly, Avtar Singh Jouhl, Romano Mazzoli, Michael Boyce, Lewis Kuller, Evelyn de Rothschild, Gal Costa, Leslie Phillips, Joe Tarsia, and Aaron Carter.