Field & Stream magazine- June 1988- 114 completepages. Bass Action: knockout combos for the heavyweights -= For big trout, look to the lakes - Deer, the bed and breakfast connection. The best bait of all- South Edition.
Car Classics - February 1976-98 complete pages. The Journal of automob ile collecting- The Kaiser that maDEIT - cHEVROLET's finest hour - Take a ride wih me Lucille - A shining duet of Rolls-Royce's - MG's that might have been
Car Collector and Car classics - July 1979-74 complete pages. AMX: AMERICAS UNKNOWN SPORTS CAR - bUICK: mEMORIES OF A 1940 CONVERTIBLE SEDAN- Ford:New bodies for Model A woodies - Rolls Royce: Mascots: myth, legend and fake
NRTA JOURNAL - July/August 1977=66 complete pages. Where bad is beautiful - Cover: The badlands National Monument Oma Hartwyki's special joy - Breakfasts we remember - Patriotism in the post - Legislation.
NRTA JOURNAL - September/October 1972-66 complete pages - Cover: Retired teacher of the century- Dr.Ethel Percy Andrus - 25th Anniversary issue -Be a ranch sitter = Teaching without words - King Tut's tomb-eureka! - Hail the state fair
NRTA JOURNAL =- Septemb er=-October 1975=66 complete pages. Cover: Fun wioth wild plants -- Asters in Waupaca Wisconsin -Labor day, what happened? - Health insurance - Bread for the bicentennial - I remember Ebbets field
NRTA JOURNAL - November/December 1975-70 complete pages. Ame4rica's 200th Christmas - Christmas tree outside of White house on cover - Interview with Nenjamin Franklin - The man who forgot tomorrow - Basketball for oldsters.
NRTA JOURNAL - January-february 1975-66 complete ages. Treasury of Aerican Painting - Cover picture of George Washington painted by CHARLES WILLSON - Staining glass, hobby for all- Phrenology revisited - They swim all year
NRTA JOURNAL - November-December 1974- 70 complete pages. Holiday Greetings\ DICK SMITH traveled to New Hampshire to take the cover photo - 90 and still doctoring - 10 pitfalls of retirement - Try soap carving - The other DeMille.
NRTA JOURNAL - July-August 1974-66 complete pages. Cover: When covers told stories painted by STEVAN DO9HANUS - Clarence Day's impossible father - The man behind Gatsby - Rob ert Hutchins 40 years later.
NRTA JOURNAL - May-June 1974- 66 complete pages - Cover: Old is beautiful (Gardenof Richmond's Virginia House) = Everyone loved Will Rogers - Memories of the Indianapolis 500 - When your mate can't hear.
NRTA JOURNAL - November/December 1973- 66 complete pages. Special Holiday issue Cover: turn of the century home in Merrill, Wisconsin - When Horses retire - Perfect hobby : collecting autographs - Anatomy of a bill.
NRTA JOURNAL - March/Aoril 1975 - 66 complete pages. Cover: Flowers you can paint- Inside cover: Dogwoods in Yosemite National Park, California -= The house that Twain built - How tokeep burglers away.
NRTA magazine - September/October 1974=66 complete pages. Cover: Emily Dickinson lived here (built in 1813) The Duchess of Windsor on love and life - Grey Gables, 20 years latr. Dr. Lowman's labor of love.
Saturday Evening Post - April 24, 1965-92 complete pages. Kelly: backstate secrets of Broadway's biggest flop - Protestant minister - Cover: 30,000 pieces of glass in Second Presbyterian church in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Saturday Evening Post - May 11, 1963- 84 comk[plete pages. Cover: Leo Durocher - I come to kill you by Leo Durocher - Himalayan wedding - The welfare mess, billion dollar scandal;- Chicago's Mayor Daley
Saturday Evening Post - December 15, 1962- 80 complete pages. Cover: The Salvation Army(gentle warriors of the Lord) - The real svandal of divorce. Memories of childhood by Dean Acheson= Alfred Hitchcock by Bill Davidson
Saturday Evening Post - November 24, 1962= 78 complete pages. Sunday's gladiators Pro football in color - A crime King's charmed life. Cover by JAN BALET - The Hot war in Asia =- My Awful wedded husband by Mrs. Kirk dougas
Saturday Evening Post - Noemb er 10,1962-82 complete pages. Movies are too dirty by John Crosby - Hugh Downs, TV's rocketing star - My ordeal in Oxford by JaMES Meredith - The hate here now by John Faulkner
Saturday Evening Post - June 16, 1962- 74 complete pages. MARLO BRANDO (COver pictured as Fletcher Christian) How he wasted 6 Million by sulking on the set. - People on the way up -How to get along with the bees.
Saturday Evening Post - May 19, 1962 -94 complete pages. Cover Picture of The Prom by PRINS = Communism: A world wide failure by Arthur Schlesinger Jr. = Communism: A failure in America by Harold H. Martin
Saturday Evening Post - March 17, 1962- 106 complete pages. Cover: Delaware street, New Castle, Delaware - by JOHN FALTER - The wives of the White House insiders - The sad comedown of Sugar Ray Robinson
Yankee Magazine - October 1982- 272 whopping complete paged magazine - Cover: Autumjn in Rhode Island oil paining by ROBERT S. SLEICHER - Sport of princes - First lady of the Arctic - How to identify a healthy roof - The Angel shooter
Yankee magazine-= september 1978- A whopping complete 256 page magazine=- cover: Sunday morning, painting by MARLENE JOSEPH - Dickering for Wicker down along Route 1 - A visit with Jumping Joe Dugan in Irish heaven - The tragic last voyage of the Free Life
National Geographic magazine - February 1952- complete magazine Vacation tour through Lincoln Land - Man of War Fleet attacks Bimini -= Yemen opens the door to progress - Our Universe unfolds new wonders - Clove scented Zanzibar
National Geographic magazine- June 1982- complete magazine -Park at the top of he world - Introduction Sir Edmund Hillary - Toledo- El Greco's Spain lives on. Namibia -[ A pardise called the Palouse - the astonishing armadillo
Yankee Magazine - FEbruary 1963-116 complete pages. Cover: Painting by artist beaTRIX SAGENDORPH - Rhode Island's Tower Hill Murder - 49 days to the first bluebird - This nEW england - Yankee Tintinnabulations
Yankee magazine - September 1962-140 complete pages.Cover: House in New Hampshire painted by beaTRIX SAGENDORPH - Hadley, Massachusetts - New Harbor Main - Deerfield, Mass. - Henniker, New Hampshire - Reading Vermont.
Yankee Magazine- December 1986- 176 complete pages. Cover: an acrylic painting by CAROL RAAB from No.Carolina Widow Lockhart and the lonesosme Roo - What really is folk art? - The coach who came back - The comfort of a pie - Great New England cooks -
FOREIGN AFFAIRS Magazine/Bool = Summer 1986 A complete large magazine/book with semi hard covers. Terrorism and the Law - The British scene - Fundamentalist Muslims - Egypts crisis - War in Afghanistan - Change in the Soviet union. Aquino taKES charge.
National Geographic magazine - March 1952 complete magazine - work hard,play hard in Michigan- White magic in the Belgian Congo - Barbados, outrider of the Antilles - caught in the Assam Tibet earthquake
Yankee magazine- November 1985 - 256 complete pages. Lake Winnipesaukee New Hampshire - He used to be the governor of New HaMPSHIRE - Living in a quonset hut - Raoul Lufbery's formula for killing. The ice tester
National Geographic magazine - April 1952- complete magazine. New Zealand,pocket wonder world --Hays Kansas at the nation's heart - The fur seal herd comes of age - Portsmouth, Britannia's Sally Port - Sheep trek in the French Alps =- 64 pages of illustrations in color.
Yankee magazine -Decermber 1982-176 complete pages. Cover: Park street Church in watercolor by BARBARA CORRIGAN - When Freud came to Worcester -Addicted to dolls - great New England cooks: The Great wellesley, Massachusetts
Yankee magazine = February 1982 -176 complete pages. Cover: watercolor by ARTHUR SHILSTONE - The Invisible enemy of 1918-= The New England: winter surfing York County MAINE - for the dedicated sweet tooth - The east iron monster in Maine.
FOREIGN AFFAIRS booklet/magazine - Winter 1983=84 - Complete large magazine with semi hard covers - Assad and the future of the middle east - Nuclear war and climatic catastrophe - France and the Euronissiles - Tensions in Canadas foreigh policy - Jeane Kirkpatrick at the United nations
Yankee Magazine- January 1982- 176 complete pages. When the smelt are running. Cover: an oil painting by RICHARD THOMPSON - The New England: Stonington, Conncticut -= Getting rid of the ponoes - Another disase might save the American chestnut
National Geographic magazine - May 1952-complete magazine.; Isailed with Portugal's Captains courageous =- The making of a West Pointer - Cyprus island - Nature's tank, the turtle - Thumbs up round the North sea's rim
FORIGN AFFAIRS book type - Winter 1985/86- n Complete and thick magazine/book - Morality and foreign policy by George Kennan - What went wrong with arms control by Thomas C Schelling - South Africa - Peru: the message from Gacia - Mexico at the brink- AraBS AND iSRAELIS -Nigeria update - Poland: 4 years after.
Yankee magazine - February 1972 - 176 complete pages. Cover painting by BEA TRIX SAGENDORPH - Where did George Washington get his after shave lotion? Port Clyde, Maine -= Who was the greatest chess player of them all?
Yankee Magazine - February 1971- 176 complete pages. Cover p;icture by ROBERT CHILDRESS -The lady who knocked out jOHN l. Sullivan -This New England - From Newport to anywhere =A plumb cake for Amelia Simmons
AutoWeek magazine - december 14, 1987-64 complete pages. Cloned classics - Nasar review - $100,000 Lambo off-roadster for U. S. Super countach revealed. New Chrysler sports car -1900 horsepower 4 wheel drive for under $16,000
Auto Car supplement - 1985 - 23 page magazine =- Special supplement - Fast forward towards tomorrow's car -Tomorrow's world - Design leader - Free flow - Efficiency: the way forward - the future style.
AutoWeek magazine - April 30, 1990=68 complete pages. Showtime in New York - Cart Long BeaCH - Accord - IMSA west palm beach. Comrade Corvette Capitalists tool around Eastern Europe in search of automotive glasnost.
AutoWeek magazine- September 25, 1989= 82 complete pages plus a pull out Audi-=powered supercar - Auburn auction - At risk: Lawsuit threatens survival of raCING. 90 accord PICTURED. gt40, fORD'S LEGENDARY CAR MARKS SILVER ANNiversary.
AutoWeek magazine - June 18, 1990-88 complete pages. Major Monaco auction- Canadian GP - Nissan S-Cargo- Nascar at Sears point - Box office thunder, top gun makers zero in on Nascar.l Tom Cruise' need for speed