New York’s anti-Trump sticky notes head for museum preservation

Post-election Post-it notes are seen pasted along a tiled walk at Union Square subway station in New YorkA historical group on Friday began preserving thousands of sticky notes placed on the walls of a busy New York subway station over the past month to lament the election of Donald Trump as the next U.S. president. Distraught and defiant residents and visitors to the United States' largest city – long a Democratic and liberal stronghold – have stuck anonymous messages on the walls of Manhattan's Union Square station since Trump's Nov. 8 victory. The New-York Historical Society removed 5,000 of the messages on Friday, putting them between plastic sheets and archiving them in boxes for undetermined future uses.

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