ephemera. ephemerəˈfem(ə)rə | plural noun things that exist or are used or enjoyed for only a short timethere were papers, letters, old boxes—all sorts of ephemera• items of collectible memorabilia, typically written or printed ones, that were originally expected to have only short-term usefulness or popularityMickey Mouse ephemeraORIGINlate 16th centuryplural of ephemeron, from Greek, neuter of ephēmeros lasting only a dayAs a singular noun the word originally denoted a plant said by ancient writers to last only one day, or an insect with a short lifespan, and hence was applied (late 18th century) to a person or thing of short-lived interestCurrent use has been influenced by plurals such as trivia and memorabilia.

Tel Aviv, Israel
Louisiana, Missouri
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Burlington, Wisconsin
Paris, Missouri
Burlington, Wisconsin
Milwaukee Art Museum
Romanian Kosher, Chicago
Paris, France
Yitzhak Navon Train Station, Jerusalem
Praying on flight to Israel
Starbucks Roastery, Michigan Avenue, Chicago
Chicago Cultural Center Window to Millennium Park
Whitney Museum, Biennial, 2022
Rainbow Through a Car Windshield
"Small Sailboat Race", Chicago River, 1957 - chuckmanchicagonostaligia
"Girls in the Windows", Ormond Gigli, East 58th Street, New York, 1960