Smithsonian - July 1989 -128 complete pages. Cover: The National Zoo at 100-rare golden headed lion tamarin Smithsonian Magazine CIA National Zoo 1989 This is a great Smithsonian Magazine from 1989. The cover shows a rare golden-headed lion tamarin. ~ Toward a new window on Smithsonian's world ~ Where the 'right stuff' is the wrong stuff ~ 'What I like best is sticking things together . . .' ~ Faking it in the French Revolution ~ Determined to out-mosquito htre mosquitoes ~ When the diamond was a girl's best friend ~ Why does a chicken wear a backpack? ~ The butt of controversy ~ I was a flirtatious backwalker for the CIA
Ssmithsonian - October 1988 216 complete pages: Cover: Shaman's mask made by Alaska Indians is part of a new exhibition - Sending in the kloons - Munich: an anniversary of appeasement - Creative, cantankerous Henry Mercer - Where Arctic cultures intersect -
Smithsonian - March 1988 184 coimpleet pages. Cover: mysterious monsters stalk the medieval p aintings of Hieronymus Bosch - A messenger from the bog - For a domunym there's no place like homonym - A library with a difference; the Newberry - The butler did it . - the rest is up to the wolf.
Smithsonian - April 1987 172 complete pages. Cover: Ted Williams:collec tion of baseball souvenirs -Death and resurrection at Monte Cassino - Art goes underground in Boston - Sloths are no slouches - Horticultural innocents in the garden
The Ohio Conservation Bulletin - December 1955 -32 colmplete pages Cover: Gray Fox - Your shotgun for deer - Duck hunting deluxe - The revival of Zepernick Lake - Smelt in Lake Erie - Banded ducks in Canada
Smithsonian - September 1993 152 complete pages. Cover: A yoke of oxen ready to go - The legend and legacy of Roberto Clemente -The Denver Art Museum - Climbers: seeking a place in the sun - Helen Patterson of the baileys and barrows
The Ohio Conservation Bulleltin - November 1955 -32 complete pages- Cover: Pintail duck - One dark night - Wild vs. game farm pheasants - The Sea Lamprey in Lake Erie - The lesson from Waterloo's white pines -counterfeit coffee
The Ohio Conservation Bulletin - October 1955 - 32 complete pages. Cover: Bald Eagle - Wildlife research pays off - ghost ducks in the sky - How to blow your head off this fall - Autumn's Grand new paint job -Farming & fishing
Smithsonian- September 1990 168 complete pages. Cover: eerie shopes tower over BLM wilds in New Mexico -Shooting star of the Wild West - The world according to Joseph Wright - An revior, la Bibliotheque Nationale - Punping Iron Smithsonian Agatha Christie Annie Oakley 1990
The Ohio Conservation Bulletin -June 1956 - 32 complete pages. Cover: orange spotdted sunfish - works of art in nature - From Fry to Fryers - White Bass for Atwood Lake - The little smokies of Ohio - Try beachcombing on Lake Erie
Smithsonian - May 1991 - 164 complete pages. Cover: Acrobatic armadillo -The Middle east, lines in the shifting sand - Shrines of the tonsorial trade - Can the caribou go home again? - In Mexico, artisans carve a remarkable crop
Smithsonian - September 1995 116 complete pages. Cover: Dinotopia, the magical world of James Gurney -Alcatraz: from penitentiary to parkland - Deep diving Camille, the camcorder seal - Art of caching art thieves
The Ohio Conservation Bulletin - May 11956 -32 complete pages. Know your crappies? - Fishing in the fog is fun - The Maganolia family 0 Ohio's honor camps - Scientific wildlife enforcement - Cheers for Multiflora - Woodchucks and cottontails.
Smithsonian - April 1991 160 complete pages. Cover: Ideal mix for mannequins - Mother octupus - The strait-and dire straits of Magellan - Nabbing the bad eggs of birding - Sheepherders, widlife and compromise
Smithsonian - November 1983 25 complete pages. Cover: Return of the Mule in Kentucky -Boston, knee deep in molasses - By Appointment to her Majesty - Robots are taking a hand in our affairs - Orvieto is falling down . Japan thru rose colored lens ( top of pages water damaged_
The Magazine of Country Music - April 1987 - 16 conmplete pages. Cover: Marie Osmond - Publisher Tom Tesnow - Ad: Aprol 25 at Joe Louis - The Judds, George Strait and Alabama -Taking a country look - Ginger House - John Anderson at the High Kicker
Rising Tide - Convention 2000 = Special Convention issue - Republican National Committee = Renewing America's purpose. together - Gov. George W. bush brings his compassionate conservatism to the Republican National Convention
More Celebrity Homes - Copyright 1996 28 complete pages. Homes of : Francis Ford Coppola, Gore Vidal, Donatella Versace in Milan, Candice Bergen. Cy Coleman, Winona Ryder, PattiLuPone, Pamela Dennis, Martin Scorsese, Adolph Green & Phyllis Newman -Hubert de Givenchy
Together l magazine - January 1959 The Midmonth magazine for Methodist Families - 76 complete pages. A sharp look ahead-25 years by Wl. M. Kiplinger - Methodism's Stake in Alaska, 8 pages in full color
Plate World, the Magazine of Collector's Plates - September/October 1985 - 106 complete pages. Cover: aTrain artist Ted Xaraqs: On the fast track to success - Beautiful doll plates! Sports plates score! Consumer's guide to collecting
East West Magazine- January 1991 88 complete pages. The Joaurnal of Natural Health & Living - Cooking in Clay - Software for better health - a Gardening headstart - Surving AIDS - The sensuous back massage -Imported produce goes organic
East West Magazine - July 1990'The Journal of Natural Health & Living - 128 pages.Amazing Amazake - The U.S.S.R. goes green - Meditating behind bars - The Bodywork boojm, an in depth looks at Massage in the 90s - Is Radon really a threat?
East West Magazine - May 1990 The Journal of Natural Health & Living - `136 complete pages. Electro magnetism, how to reduce the risks, Healing cancer with electricity - the New OLrganic Wines - Ridding wrinkles naturally
East West = The Journa;l of Natural Health and living - 128 complete pages Gary Null, alternative Health's Radio Hitman - Six ways to a better back - How the weather affects your health - Pickling your summer produce
Smithsonian - october 1993 176 complete pages. Cover: Rubens, Stunning portrait - The Delaney sisters have their say - The changing of the guard on the coral reef - Exuberant Peter Paul Rubens - Tabloids, they came from outer space
Smithsonian - August 1986 136 complete pages. Cover: Allure of jade,reclining horse Smithsonian Titanic US Forest Service 1986 Smithsonian Titanic - US Forest Service Fires Sturgeon This is one of the best issues of the Smithsonian, Volume 17, Number 5 from August 1986 that features the cover with Jade - The rich and risky trade from smugglers at the Burma-Thai border to Hong Kong dealers; SOME WILDERNESS FIRES ARE ALLOWED TO BURN - With high-tech monitoring by the Foest service, they regenerate stands of conifers - but hikers beware!; Discovery of th tragic TITANIC has sitrred more than memories as scientists and promoters move in; A New York Exhibit of the climactic days of imperial Vienna in which restless artists exploded with creativity as the 10th century turned; Demand for STUREON is surgin' - As the American taste for caviar grows, so do ways to replenish and breed the great 'black pearl' makers; Abondoned children were once shipped by rail to rural foster homes; Franz Liszt's 175th birday celebrated and more.
Smithsonian - December 1990 160 complete pages. Cover: Coconut Harry Truman, example of gifts to Presidents - -Vienna's old Aunt Dorothy - A century of shedding llight on the stars - Childe Hassam in the Isles of Shoals - Hail the Manual typewriter -Pachyderm with paintbrush
Smithsonian - January 1990 172 complete pages. Cover: Ravenna's glowing mosaics are still shedding light - Australia's parade of prehistoric superbeasts - Musak is the music we hear but don't listen to - On the trail of Coronado
Smithsonian - October 1995 168 complete pages. Cover: Missing child -Las Vegas goes from slots to tots - All aboard the Last Steam Railroad in America - At Italy's Pordenone, a celebration of silents - A sea change, the life and art of Winslow Homer
Smithsonian - October 1997 - 158 complete pages. Cover: The Faces of New Guinea - Claws - Nitdrogen - Go West, Moran - The strange journey of Heinrich Harrer - Picasso takes on the Masters - Where echoes of spirits still dwell
Smithsonian - September 1997 128 complete pages. IRONING out those WASHDAY BLUES Smithsonian Smithsonian Magazine, September 1997 classic in excellent condition.. Ironing Out Those Washday Blues..Washdays of yesteryear came to a smooth conclusion with irons such as these props from Paramount movies, displayed here by actress Frances Drake in 1933. In her right hand she holds a gas burning model dating to the late 1800's, in her left, an ancient type of charcoal burner and the other wonderful articles in this great issue.
Smithsonian - September 1991 - 144 complete pages. In Montgomery Ala, the Civil Rights Memorial tells what happened - A killer bee by any name - The wacky artistry of William Wegman - When the U.S.Army was its own worst enemy
Smithsonian - August 199l 132 complete pages. Parisians at play during the heady fin de siecle -The Black Seminole = The case of thd =isappearing Rallus owstoni - Seventy years in Packerland - When Paris was the city of delight
Seventeen magazine- July 1998160 complete pages. Check out the leo look alive winner - Great beach books - Win this dress - After the massacre, how the kids in Arkansas are coping 1700 miles-2 sisters hit the road Wacky beauty stuff to do when you're bored.
Seventeen magazine- October 1998 192 complete pages -Meet the new It girl: Keri Russell is Felicity- Hollywood hot spots where the stars shop - secrets when to keep them, when to spill - blond or blue? change your hair color now.
Town & Country Magazine - March 1998 -164 complete pages. Established in 1846 - Our Special Fashion Issue - The lightness of spring - Cover:H.R.H.Princess Rosaria of Bulgaria - Our exclusive runway report - The seasons strongest suits - a New Muse for Valentino
Seventeen Magazine - May 1996 182 complete pages. The scoop on Guy Friends - TLC crazy, sexy, style - I never knew my father - Score an amazing summer job - bikinis you'll love - quick cool hair -how to talk to your crush
Seventeen Magazine - November 2000 Full complete large magazine - 28 fashion pages to find it. Snacks that curb PMS - Mandy Moore's blind date. 47 beauty problems solved : makeup mishaps, missy fit hair, big night breakouts
Seventeen - February 1995 142 complete pages. Lovefest - 27 star couples - Heart to heart with Antonio - super gymnast Dominique Dawes - Must have hair, the new layered looks - How to get him to notice you.
Seventeen magazine - September 1999 268 complete pages. Angel's David Boreanaz and Charisma Carpenter on first loves . 24 fall makeup must haves - You can afford college - Win a wardrobe makeover - this town rocks-top 10 cities for teens - Wake up with perfect hair- 181 fashion ideas
The Farm Quarterly - Summer 1967 132 complete page. Dairy records that do more - The Genie Jammer of the Emmett Valley - Hogs in the Desert = Spray by the spoonful - Haystack specialist - Wet Milo - Quality soybeans for Japan - Herbicide mixures
The Farm Journal National - May 1933 20 complete pages (lower rt. hand bottom has tears) Other Costs of Corn by Fred Hawthorn - Off season Fruits by Ina Sigrid Lindman - Topics in season - Farming and the New Deal
The Farm Quarterly - Fall 1966 124 complete pages. Urea, Molasses, corncobs - The Weil Way with Spring lambs - Set Fish started in high - Farmhand schools for better workers - Downed Corn: A disease of stress - Beets on the Fallow land
The Farm Journal - December 1932 28 complete pages. Talkies to see by Eric M. Knight - Christmas Tree Money by Francis L. Gaines - Farm Grown gifts by Mrs. Clement Haskin - Hoosiers Sit on the Lid lby George Weymouth
The Farm Quarterly -Spring 1966 156 complete pages. Combating Corn Troubles(A bonus insert) = A lot of feeding with low horsepower - A cool approach to hot chemicals - The Frog - Farming in Cans - Tom Huxley and his wonderful machines
The Farm Journal - September 1933 24 complete pages. New and better machines - Kitchen color schemes - topics in season 1933 school lunches - The Mad house called Washington - Windmills - Predestined VVV Pullets
The Progressive Farmer - September 1965 98 complete pages. Three way cross litters are tops - Filing system worth Studying - He uses Computers for Profits - Entire section on Southern living - Earl grazing in soybeans -Making milk the Walker way
Farm Journal - November 1965 110 complete pages. The magazine of American Agriculture - Meet shorthorn lassie of 1965 - Seven wonders of American Agriculture - Feeder pigs, big new business - Can soybeans stay our of trouble? - Frosted gelatin fruit molds - Livestock, Dairy, crops
The Farm Journal - July 1933 16 oomplete pages. Making pictures with flowers - Is the Milk worth the Feed? - New Deal for chickens - The Adjustment Act - Circulation over 1,300,000 copies - Warms in hogs - Ic creams new and old - Loaded with ads.
Michigan State Fair Souvenir program - 1984 -50 complete pages. Daily events - crafts - map - agriculture - entertainment -James J. Blanchard, Governor - Willie Nelson, entertainment - Deniece Williams - Gaylor and Holiday - Ronnie Milsap - Stanley Clarke - Waylon Jennings -The Lettermen - The Kendalls - Sun Messengers -
The Progressive Farmer - August 1965 90 complete pages. A better price for Feeder Calves - Containerized Crops - Fall treatment for Fescue Grazing - Easy Entertaining - The bright side of eggs - Avoid poisoning grazing stock - A less costly nut harvester -
Farm Journal - April 1933 22 complete pages. Topics in Season - Soy beans - Stretching the Grass - A Clean Washen house -My Feed costs are low - Clean farming and Wild Life - Fertilizer rings - New Rhubarb Shelling corn -Ad for McCormick-Deering tractors
The Farm Journal - October 1933 24 complete pages. Hay mking for 1934 - Topics in season - Farming on Rubber by E.T. Leavitt - Hallowe'en decorations. Taxation according to Benefits by M.Slade Kendrick
Progressive Farmer - September 1966 90 complete pages. Modern methods with Sweet Potatoes - Selling breeding stock overseas - Is your county agent on the way out? -Painting galvanized metal - Plant fall pastures now. hogs over hogs for more pork
The Farm Quarterly - Winter 1966-67 136 complete pages. Hog Cholera could be a dead disease - Wipping the Manure problem - Aerial crop count - Late cut corn silage - A precision system for soybeans - LP-Gas hits the comeback trail - The man who reads cows
Time Magazine - August 31, 1998 80 complete pages. Special Report. The first family leaving the White House for Martha's Vineyard - Clinton: I misled people. Orrin Hatch: Blowing his stack - Can Gore fit the profile? = How we really feel about Fidelity
Time Magazine - January 12, 1998 98 complete pages. The tragedy of Michael Kennedy - Cover: Jerry Seinfelt explains why he quit - The deadly trainer -The Rubin rescue - American express growning again -Road rage -
Time Magazine - September 16, 1991 78 complete pages. Cover: Education Sec. Lamar Alexander - Clarence Thomas: The pain of being black -Fire in a North Carolina poultry plant - Serbia's Land grab in Yugoslovia- Slobodan Milosevic
Time Magazine - August 1, 1988 74 complete pages. - Our Fily Seasdon - Khomeini's surprising offer - Audrey Hepburn - The Duke of Unity Dukakis - A mixed verdict for Meese - On the brink of peace-- Iran and Iraw - Eritrea: a crucible of misery
Time Magazine - May 11, 1987 94 complete pages. Contra Arms: The widening web - Cover: Wiring the future - Channell's High Connections - William Wilson spurns race-specific policies =Playing it cool: Reagan and Nakasone try to defuse trade war tensions - Peres and Shamar head for showdown in Israel
Time Magazine - December 22, 1986 82 complete pages. Cover: White house point man Oliver North, probing the mess - Fresh money trails - The CIA role l- An interview with Casey - Christmas toys: Fair tales in modern dress
Time Magazine Februasyr 9, 1987 78 complete pages. Cover: America's cup skipper Dennis Conner - Gorbachev takes o n the party - Bungled coup in the Philippines - Hard times for foreign aid - Socking it to the Imports
Time Magazine - July 21, 1986 80 complete pages. Viennese Art and Design - Cover and more: Sex Busters, A Meese commission and the Supreme Court echo a new moral militancy -Supreme court nullifies key budget balancing provision - A U.S.-Israel falling out - The Madman on the Fery
Time Magazine - March 21, 1983 86 complete pages. Cover and extensive articles,pictures Chrysler Chairman Lee Iacocca, Detroit's comeback kid - Kissinger: A anew plan for arms control- Fidel Castro visits Mrs. Gandhi in New Delhi -
Time Magazine - December 20, 1982 88 complete pages. Cover: Mexico's crisis, New President Miguel de la Madrid - House says no to the complex MX basing system - O'Neill gives pep talk to Democrats - Contras Band - A More palatable way of killing -
Time Magazine - March 22, 1982 90 complete pages - Cover: The Peril grows, Central Anmerica's Agony, A U.S. Dilemma, gunship over El Salvador - A Hot and Holy War (Iran & Iraw) Anglicans & Catholics negotiate the role of the papacy - Linda Ronstadt in Pirates of Penzance
Time Magazine- December 7, 1981 112 complete pages. Veto, Reagan's risky victory - Covers: Cats - O'Neill, hatfield, Byrd, Baker and Cranston - Rumors of a Libyan hit tem - The day Japan lost the War- PM. Andreas Papandreou =
Time magazine - November 1, 1981 `122 complete pages. War of words, an East-West exchange - Cover: The Fitness Craze - Reagan graces a North-South summit - A bloody robbery attempt brings roundup of 60s fugitive in N.,Y. -Shaky command for General Jaruzelski in Poland
Time Magazine - October 19, 1981 110 complete pages. Mideast Turmoil - Anwar Sadat 1918-1981 - (Many pages water damaged) -Murder of a Man of Peace -Pictures of the murder - Jimmy Carter & Gerald Ford give condolesces to Mr. Sadat - Mubarak takes over An interview with Mitterrand
Time Magazine - October 26, 1981 100 complete pages. Cover: Arming the world, what are the limits? - Nuclear power, a troubled Industry -Voices of an embattled regime(Afghanistan) -In a world without Anwar Sadat - Flight of 3 Presidents
Time Magazine - August 10, 1981 The Wedding of the Century- Charles & Diana with many colored pictures of the affair Missionary priest slain in Guatemala - Great escape: Banisadr flees his enemies and set us command post in Paris.
Time Magazine - March 23, 1981 90 complete pages. Cover: The curse of violent crime - Soviet Muscle in Asia - Secretary of the Treasury Donald Regan - Bob Hope ad for Texaco - The duel over gun control - Cracks in the Truce (Walesa and JaruzelSKI) Putting Pressure on Zia in Rawalpindi
Time Magazine - December 15, 1980 100 complete pages. Cover: Rocky Mountain High: Soaring prospects for the 80s - Poland: The Pressure builds - Reagan forms a cabinet - Striving to shake up Jell-O - Red Alert from Moscow - 2 Arab antagonists cool a jittery confrontation.
Time Magazine - September 8, 1980 76 complete pages: Cover: Detroit's uphill battle: GMs Murphy, Fords Caldwell, Chrysler's Iacocca - Poland on the tightrope - The great debates debate, Reagan - Carter - Mugabe pleads for aid, Zimbabwe. Camp of fear in Wisconsin - Walesa in Poland
Time Magazine - September 1, 1980 74 complete pages. Cover: Poland's Angry Workers - Carters Economic Plan - The welcome wears thin, Cuban refugees -Carter s show of shows. Why the Iran rescue failed .
Time Magazien- August 25, 1980 74 complete pages. Jimmy Carter:Running toughMadison Square Garden of Briars - View from the Carter Bunker - Jihad for Jerusalem - Sadat and Begin: Best Wishes - Moscow's Military Deadlock - The Majlis Chooses a Modest Man -
Time Magazine - March 5, 1979 90 complete pages. Cover: Communists at War - U.S. Economy: A slump ahead - Carter: Black and blue - Taiwan compromise (Javits & Frank Church) -Mammon conquers Bachus - Cracking the Lufthansa Caper
Time Magazine - January 15, 1979 76 complete pages. Cover: Crescent of crisis, troubles behond Iran - Inflation: who gets hurt worst - Summit on Cannibal Island, Carter, Giscard(Wests Big 4) -Carters strategy on the budget - South Viet Nam's ex leader reflects on defeat - Dreaming of the golden gulf
Time Magazine - August 28, 1978 76 complete pages. Cover: The Godfather of the paperback boom - Author Mario Puzo - First Balloon Atlantic crossing - Carter fires a salvo-vets and threatens mor - Earl Ray says He did not shoot King - Mussolini style - Chairman Hua hits the road
Time Magazine - November 21, 1977 120 complete pages. Cover: South Africa:The defiant White Tribe - The New Morality, an exclusive poll - That tricky trike strike - Broederbond's Big Brother Act - Apostle Carrillo in Spain - Attacking the Terrorists - The Gaycott turns Ugly -
Time Magazine - December 27, 1976 66 complete pages. Cover: Stars, where life begins - Kissinger on America & the world - The Kid from Shanghai - Gadfly in a suicide post -Andrew Young - Idaho has a hot potato - The Palestinians: hopes for a homeland - Change comes to the Alentejo
Time Magazine - October 25, 1976 88 complee pages. Cover: Here cokmes Kiang Kong - The campaign between Ford and Carter - Great purge in the Forbidden City in China - The Transkei Puppet show - Lebanon, closing the ring - Behind the purge at CBS
Time Magazine - September 20, 1976 94 complete pages. Cover: After Mao - On Abortion, the Bishops vs. the Deacon -Dole: aThe Caustic Comedian - Mondale: Hard driving optimist - Llt. Belenko's gift - The Helmsman passes
Time Magazine - August 30, 1976 74 complete pages. Cover: The G.O.P. Strategy: Give em hell - A touch of class in the Heartland - Phantom of the campaign, Nixon - news from Nazareth - Poland: No sugar daddy . George Burns, Richard Burton, Jacqueline Bisset - Baryshnikov -
Time Magazine - May 3, 1976 76 complete pages. Cover and article: Modern Royalty, The allure endures - In Italy, a compromise fails, a showdown looms - Mozambique, trouble at home - The descendants of Abraham - Pictures, arlticles of the Royal families - Will the Morning Star shine at Night?