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Harley Spiller has amassed close to one million objects in his 28- by 10-foot apartment. He came to StoryCorps in New York to talk about collecting. To see some of his collections, go to: http://www.inspectorcollector.com/collections.html


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Support for Storycorps comes from AT&T, proudly bringing Storycorps listeners of America's past, present and future. The new AT&T, your world delivered.

Welcome to the Storycorps podcast, Harley Spiller started collecting when he was just 5 years old, and he's never stopped. For over 40 years, he's been stucked piling objects for his various collections, including the world's largest private collection of take-out menus, which earned him a spot in the Guiness book of world records. Harley spoke about collecting when he came to Storycorps in New York city.

I have probably close to a million objects in my 28 by ten-foot apartment. Pencils, bottlecaps, keyrings, ten thousand Chinese menus going back to the 1890s. I have only two chairs in the house, one in each room, a few benches were storaged in them. The Chinese menus are under my queen-size bed, about sixty different white plastic spoons. I collect everyday ordinary things people don't think twice about.

String, it sounds ridiculous. A collection of string, you must be nuts. But without it, we'd all be naked. A Couple of hundred of funky neckties. I have the collections of things that sound like my name, Harley Spiller, I have an autograph to me from Phylis Diller signed "With Love".

I spent 42 minutes doing my dog Ernest to trade a second grader for his baseball card for a first basement named Hairy Spillman. About 400 different packs of chewinggum. My father's father who was in the merchandise re-distribution business, that's a junk dealer. I'm named for him. He would go around with his horse and buggy, and say rags bought, rags sold. If someone had a musty old couch, he'd picked it up and take it home. He was never gonna sit in it, as soon as he got it home, he'd pull the coushions off, slit the back with a knife, and find coins, eye glasses, scissors, all kinds of cool things.

And I collect flags from around the world, paper money...

I dont collect stamps, there's too many, they're never ending. Every year, every country makes hundreds of different stamps, and there are just too many to be complete.

Pictures of corn, and hamburgers and hotdogs, and craps. I mean I know I know it's unusual, but I think I've got it under control. I think I'm right on the border between obsessed and intelligent about these things. I don't really care about the stuff, that's the bottom line. I don't care about my menus, if they were to dissappear tomorrow, I'd still know everything I know about them, and that's what matters.

Pineapple chicken, 7.85.
butterfly shrimps is 8.75;
sesame chicken or beef ,7.95;
Shrimps with spice pepper sauce, 9.15.


That's collector, Harley Spiller, at Storycorps in New York city. You can read more stories like this one in the first ever Storycorps book, listening is an active love. It's available now in your local bookstore, along with a companion CD of 20 stories from all across the country.

 

Major support for Storycorps is provided by AT&T, and by the coorporation for public broadcasting. The storycorps archives is housed in the American folklife center at the library of congress. Tune in the Storycorps broadcast Tuesday's on NPR's news and notes. and Friday's on NPR's morning edition. I'm Michael Grafflo, thanks for listening.


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Support for storycorps comes from AT&T, proudly bringing storycorps listeners of America's past, present and future. The new AT&T, your world delivered.

Welcome to the storycorps podcast, Harley Spiller started collecting when he was just 5 years old, and he's never stopped. For over 40 years, he's been stucked piling objects for his various collections, including the world's largest private collection of take-out menus, which earned him_ in the Guiness book of world records. Harley spoke about collecting when he came to storycorps in New York city.

I have probably close to a million objects in my 28 by ten-foot apartment. Pencils, bottlecaps, keyrings, ten thousand Chinese menus going back to the 1890s. I have only two chairs in the house_, a few benches where storing them. The Chinese menus are under my queen size bed, about sixty different weight plastic spoons. I collect everyday ordinary things people dont think twice about.

String, it sounds ridiculous. A collection of string, you must be nuts. But without it, we'd all be naked. Couple of hundred funky neckties. i have the collections of things that sound like my name, Harley Spiller, i have an autograph to me from Phylis Diller signed with love. I spend 42 minutes to _ to trade a second grader for his baseball card, first basement named hairy spillman. About 400 different packs of chewinggum. My father's father who was in a merchantising re-distribution business, that's a junk dealer. I'm named for him. He would go around with his horse and buggy, and say rags bought, rags sold. If someone had a musty old couch, he'd picked it up and take it home. He was never gonna sit in it, as soon as he got home, he'd pull the coushions off, slit the back with a knife, and a fine coins, eye glasses, scissors, all kinds of cool things.

And i collect flags from around the world, paper...

i dont collect stamps, there's two many, they're never ending. Every year, every county makes hundreds of different stamps, and there are just too many to be complete.

Pictures of corns, and hamburgers and hotdogs, and craps. I mean i know its unusual, but i think i've got under control. I think i'm right on the boarder between obsessed and intelligent about these things. I dont really care about these stuff, that's the bottom line. i dont care about my menus, if they were to dissapear tomorrow, i still know everything i know about them, that's what matters.

Pineapple chicken, 7.85.
butterfly shrimps is 75;
sesame chicken or beef ,7.95;
Shrimps with spice pepper sauce, 9.15.
That's collector, Harley Spiller, a storycoprs in New York city. You can read more stories like this one in the first ever storycorps book, listening is an act of love. it's available now at your local bookstore, along with a companion CD of 20 stories from all across the country. Major support for storycorps is provided by AT&T, and by the coorporation for public broadcasting. The storycorps archives is housed in the American folklife center at the library of congress. Tune in the storycorps broadcast Tuesday's on NPR's new's notes. and Friday's on NPR's morning edition. I'm Michael Grafflo, thanks for listening. laugh.gif
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Support for storycorps comes from AT&T, proudly bringing storycorps listeners of America's past, present and future. The new AT&T, your world delivered.

Welcome to the storycorps podcast, Harley Spiller started collecting when he was just 5 years old, and he's never stopped. For over 40 years, he's been stucked piling objects for his various collections, including the world's largest private collection of take-out menus, which earned him a spot  in the Guiness book of world records. Harley spoke about collecting when he came to storycorps in New York city.

I have probably close to a million objects in my 28 by ten-foot apartment. Pencils, bottlecaps, keyrings, ten thousand Chinese menus going back to the 1890s. I have only two chairs in the house, one in each room, a few benches were storaged in them. The Chinese menus are under my clean side's bed, about sixty different weight plastic spoons. I collect everyday ordinary things people dont think twice about.

String, it sounds ridiculous. A collection of string, you must be nuts. But without it, we'd all be naked. A Couple of hundred of funky neckties. i have the collections of things that sound like my name, Harley Spiller, i have an autograph to me from Phylis Diller signed with love.

I spent 42 minutes doing my dog Enest to trade a second grader for his baseball card,  for a first basement named Hairy Spillman. About 400 different packs of chewinggum. My father's father who was in a merchandise  re-distribution business, that's a junk dealer. I'm named for him. He would go around with his horse and buggy, and say rags bought, rags sold.  If someone had a musty old couch, he'd picked it up and take it home. He was never gonna sit in it, as soon as he got home, he'd pull the coushions off, slit the back with a knife, and a fine coins, eye glasses, scissors, all kinds of cool things.

And i collect flags from around the world, paper...

i dont collect stamps, there's two many, they're never ending. Every year, every county makes hundreds of different stamps, and there are just too many to be complete.

Pictures of corns, and hamburgers and hotdogs, and craps. I mean i know its unusual, but i think i've got under control. I think i'm right on the boarder between obsessed and intelligent about these things. I dont really care about these stuff, that's the bottom line.  i dont care about my menus, if they were to dissapear tomorrow, i still know everything i know about them, that's what matters.

Pineapple chicken, 7.85.
butterfly shrimps is 8.75;
sesame chicken or beef ,7.95;
Shrimps with spice pepper sauce, 9.15.
That's collector, Harley Spiller, a storycoprs in New York city. You can read more stories like this one in the first ever storycorps book, listening is an act of love. it's available now at your local bookstore, along with a companion CD of 20 stories from all across the country. Major support for storycorps is provided by AT&T, and by the coorporation for public broadcasting. The storycorps archives is housed in the American folklife center at the library of congress. Tune in the storycorps broadcast Tuesday's on NPR's new's notes. and Friday's on NPR's morning edition. I'm Michael Grafflo, thanks for listening. laugh.gif
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Support for storycorps comes from AT&T, proudly bringing storycorps listeners of America's past, present and future. The new AT&T, your world delivered.

Welcome to the storycorps podcast, Harley Spiller started collecting when he was just 5 years old, and he's never stopped. For over 40 years, he's been stucked piling objects for his various collections, including the world's largest private collection of take-out menus, which earned him a spot in the Guiness book of world records. Harley spoke about collecting when he came to storycorps in New York city.

I have probably close to a million objects in my 28 by ten-foot apartment. Pencils, bottlecaps, keyrings, ten thousand Chinese menus going back to the 1890s. I have only two chairs in the house, one in each room, a few benches were storaged in them. The Chinese menus are under my queen side's bed, about sixty different weight plastic spoons. I collect everyday ordinary things people don't think twice about.

String, it sounds ridiculous. A collection of string, you must be nuts. But without it, we'd all be naked. A Couple of hundred of funky neckties. i have the collections of things that sound like my name, Harley Spiller, i have an autograph to me from Phylis Diller signed with love.

I spent 42 minutes doing my dog Enest to trade a second grader for his baseball card for a first basement named Hairy Spillman. About 400 different packs of chewinggum. My father's father who was in a merchandise re-distribution business, that's a junk dealer. I'm named for him. He would go around with his horse and buggy, and say rags bought, rags sold. If someone had a musty old couch, he'd picked it up and take it home. He was never gonna sit in it, as soon as he got home, he'd pull the coushions off, slit the back with a knife, and find coins, eye glasses, scissors, all kinds of cool things.

And i collect flags from around the world, paper money...

i dont collect stamps, there's two many, they're never ending. Every year, every county makes hundreds of different stamps, and there are just too many to be complete.

Pictures of corns, and hamburgers and hotdogs, and craps. I mean i know its unusual, but i think i've got under control. I think i'm right on the boarder between obsessed and intelligent about these things. I dont really care about these stuff, that's the bottom line. i dont care about my menus, if they were to dissapear tomorrow, i still know everything i know about them, that's what matters.

Pineapple chicken, 7.85.
butterfly shrimps is 8.75;
sesame chicken or beef ,7.95;
Shrimps with spice pepper sauce, 9.15.
That's collector, Harley Spiller, a storycoprs in New York city. You can read more stories like this one in the first ever storycorps book, listening is an active love. it's available now at your local bookstore, along with a companion CD of 20 stories from all across the country. Major support for storycorps is provided by AT&T, and by the coorporation for public broadcasting. The storycorps archives is housed in the American folklife center at the library of congress. Tune in the storycorps broadcast Tuesday's on NPR's new's notes. and Friday's on NPR's morning edition. I'm Michael Grafflo, thanks for listening.
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Support for storycorps comes from AT&T, proudly bringing storycorps listeners of America's past, present and future. The new AT&T, your world delivered.

Welcome to the storycorps podcast, Harley Spiller started collecting when he was just 5 years old, and he's never stopped. For over 40 years, he's been stuck piling objects for his various collections, including the world's largest private collection of take-out menus, which earned him a spot in the Guiness book of world records. Harley spoke about collecting when he came to storycorps in New York City.

I have probably close to a million objects in my 28 by ten-foot apartment. Pencils, bottlecaps, keyrings, ten thousand Chinese menus going back to the 1890s. I have only two chairs in the house, one in each room, a few benches were storing in them. The Chinese menus are under my queen size bed, about sixty different weight plastic spoons. I collect everyday ordinary things people don’t think twice about.

String, it sounds ridiculous. A collection of string, you must be nuts. But without it, we'd all be naked. A couple of hundreds of funky neckties. I have the collections of things that sound like my name, Harley Spiller, I have an autograph to me from Phylis Diller signed with love. I spend 42 minutes doing my dog Enest to trade a second grader for his baseball card, first basement named Hairy Spillman. About 400 different packs of chewinggum. My father's father who was in a merchantising re-distribution business, that's a junk dealer. I'm named for him. He would go around with his horse and buggy, and see rags bought, rags sold. If someone had a musty old couch, he'd pick it up and take it home. He was never going to sit in it, as soon as he got home, he'd pull the cushions off, slit the back with a knife, and a fine coins, eye glasses, scissors, all kinds of cool things.

And I collect flags from around the world, paper...

I dont collect stamps, there's two many, they're never ending. Every year, every county makes hundreds of different stamps, and there are just too many to be complete.

Pictures of corns, and hamburgers and hotdogs, and craps. I mean I know it’s unusual, but I think I've got under control. I think I'm right on the boarder between obsessed and intelligent about these things. I don’t really care about this stuff, that's the bottom line. I don’t care about my menus, if they were to disappear tomorrow; I still know everything I know about them, that's what matters.

Pineapple chicken, 7.85.
butterfly shrimps is 75;
sesame chicken or beef ,7.95;
Shrimps with spice pepper sauce, 9.15.
That's collector, Harley Spiller, a storycoprs in New York City. You can read more stories like this one in the first ever storycorps book, listening is an act of love. It’s available now at your local bookstore, along with a companion CD of 20 stories from all across the country. Major support for storycorps is provided by AT&T, and by the coorporation for public broadcasting. The storycorps archives are housed in the American folklife center at the library of Congress. Tune in the storycorps broadcast Tuesday's on NPR's new's notes and Friday's on NPR's morning edition. I'm Michael Grafflo, thanks for listening.
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That's collector Harvey Piller at StoryCorps at New York city, you can read more stories like this one in the first-ever StoryCorp books. Listening is an active love.It's available now at your local book store along with the convenient CD of 20 stories from all across the country.
Major support for StoryCorps provided by AT&T and by the Corporation Public Broadcasting. The StoryCorps Archive is housed at the American folk-life center at the library of congress. Turn in to the StoryCorps broadcast. Tuesdays are NPR news and notes and Fridays are NPR morning edition
I'm Michael Grarfflo, thanks for listening.
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Support for storycorps comes from AT&T, proudly bringing storycorps listeners of America's past, present and future. The new AT&T, your world delivered.

Welcome to the storycorps podcast, Harley Spiller started collecting when he was just 5 years old, and he's never stopped. For over 40 years, he's been stucked piling objects for his various collections, including the world's largest private collection of take-out menus, which earned him a spot in the Guiness book of world records. Harley spoke about collecting when he came to storycorps in New York city.

I have probably close to a million objects in my 28 by ten-foot apartment. Pencils, bottlecaps, keyrings, ten thousand Chinese menus going back to the 1890s. I have only two chairs in the house, one in each room, a few benches were storaged in them. The Chinese menus are under my queen side's bed, about sixty different white plastic spoons. I collect everyday ordinary things people don't think twice about.

String, it sounds ridiculous. A collection of string, you must be nuts. But without it, we'd all be naked. A Couple of hundred of funky neckties. i have the collections of things that sound like my name, Harley Spiller, i have an autograph to me from Phylis Diller signed with love.

I spent 42 minutes doing my dog Enest to trade a second grader for his baseball card for a first basement named Hairy Spillman. About 400 different packs of chewinggum. My father's father who was in the merchandise re-distribution business, that's a junk dealer. I'm named for him. He would go around with his horse and buggy, and say rags bought, rags sold. If someone had a musty old couch, he'd picked it up and take it home. He was never gonna sit in it, as soon as he got it home, he'd pull the coushions off, slit the back with a knife, and find coins, eye glasses, scissors, all kinds of cool things.

And I collect flags from around the world, paper money...

I dont collect stamps, there's too many, they're never ending. Every year, every country makes hundreds of different stamps, and there are just too many to be complete.

Pictures of corns, and hamburgers and hotdogs, and craps. I mean I know it's unusual, but I think I've got under control. I think I'm right on the border between obsessed and intelligent about these things. I don't really care about the stuff, that's the bottom line. I dont care about my menus, if they were to dissappear tomorrow, I still know everything I know about them, and that's what matters.

Pineapple chicken, 7.85.
butterfly shrimps is 8.75;
sesame chicken or beef ,7.95;
Shrimps with spice pepper sauce, 9.15.
That's collector, Harley Spiller, a storycoprs in New York city. You can read more stories like this one in the first ever storycorps book, listening is an active love. It's available now in your local bookstore, along with a companion CD of 20 stories from all across the country. Major support for storycorps is provided by AT&T, and by the coorporation for public broadcasting. The storycorps archives is housed in the American folklife center at the library of congress. Tune in the storycorps broadcast Tuesday's on NPR's new's notes. and Friday's on NPR's morning edition. I'm Michael Grafflo, thanks for listening.
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