Audubon society - November 1973-136 complete pages, magazine still in original mailing cover, Cover: A rocky mountain ram - Bighorn profile - Slammiong the ram into obliviion - Kill the pupfish? Save the pupfish - Cats of the Americas - Private life of the osprey.
Audubon magazine- September 1973 -144 complete pages, still in original mailing cover - Cover: Isabela, tortoise on Galapagos islands - In the Dragon islands - Tortoiseland of Alcedo - Galapagos...the sea below. Panama practices art of the possible - Arribada - Parrot, p;arrot, flickering out.
Audubon magazine- July 1973 - 136 complete pages, stil in orginal mailing cover, - Who will save the cacti? - A serpent's eye - Subdividing and conquering the desert - Death Valley lives - Agony of the noprthern plains. Big Bend, a nice place to live.
Audubon magazine - May 1973 -128 complete pages, still in original mailing folder - Cover 60 million year old Carmelo formation at California's point lobos - Rocks of Lobos - Pageant in the treetops - The fish at Paupack - Night of the crocidile - Hudson bay album
Audubon magazine - March 1973 -132 complete pages, still in original mailing cover - Cover: Iceberg in Ross sea - Report to the Greeks by Louis J. Halle - Birds of the southern seas - Penguins of the world - Mammals of sea and ice - Eagle of the South pole
Audubon society - January 1973 -132 complete pages, still in original mailing cover - Cover: The great egret - From the swamps and back, a history of the Audubon movement - In warbler time by John Burroughs - The Maine experiment by Francis Golden
Audubon magazine- November 1975 -Complete magazine, like new(still in original mailing cover. Salmon, bitter fruit of the Pacific by Daniel Jack Shasan - The crooked wood by Edward Abbey - Prey by Leslie Norris - That the Peregrine shall live by David Zimmerman - The biology accordingf to Shirvanian.
Audubon magazine - September 1975 -complete magazine, still in orginal mailing cover - Cover: The barn owl - Killers in the surg by John Wilson - Song of the seal by George Reiger - Coming of the giant wasps by Loaren Eiseley -
Audubon magazine- July 1975 -complete magazine, still in original mailing cover -Cover: canyons of the central T3exas hill country - Snow Canyon by lEdward Abey - Byzantium I come not from by Ray Bradbury - Riotous flora by a Texas wayside by Jim Bones - Islands columbus knew by George Laycock
Audubon magazine - May 1975 -Complete magazine, still in original cover - like new - Cover: 4 spring cubs of an Alaskan brown bear -The social life of an unsociable giant(brown bear) by Wade Bledsoe Jr. - The age of the oilberg by Neal Mostert The devaluation of Alaska by Bil Gilbert - Rock garden in a cow pastureby Hal Borland -
Audubon magazine- January 1975 -Complete magazine, still in original cover - Cover: Sperm whale - Dolphin sacred, porpoise profane by George Reiger - Dairy of a whaling voyage by Ron Vontobel - Vanishing giants by David O. Hill
Audubon magazine - November 1974 -128 complete pages(Still in orginal folder) - Cover: Bull Muskoxen in Canadian arctic - Hang on pelican by George Laycock - Wild mouse by Irene Brady - Death of a cottontail - Of fire, moose and wolves by Dunward Allen - Polecats verse -
Audubon Magazine- September 1974 -126 complete pages(stillin original mailing cover) . Cover : Coyote pup -Where the river fits the song by John Madson(the mighty Missouri) =Travels and travails of the song dog by George Laydock(Prairie dog) New fire on the mountain by Don Moser
Flower and Garden magazine - September 1967 -52 complete pages. Start Hyacinths to bloom indoors - Tiny bulb treasures for early spring - How to make a cold frame - When is it a bulb? Corm? Tuber? Rhizome?
Lawn and Garden - October 1967 -48 complete pages. Plan for flaming foliage - How to make compost - Pick/press pictures - Triumph tulips - Glory indoors with Amaryllis - to spade or not? by Richard Roe
Flower and Garden - March 1967 -64 c omplete pages. How an English border begins - Ground coves will work for you - Review of the new vegetables for 1967 - Try the fabulous Fava Bean - Bush Morning glory.
Flower and Garden- December 1967-50 complete pages. Cover: Christmas rose - How to make wreaths, swags - African violet cousins - Winners of young American Gardens contest - Christmas party for the birds - Teen agers in horticulture
Home Garden- February 1967 -84 complete pages. Dward fruits for home gardens - A miniature water garden- Game birds can be garden birds - Primrose, the flower of spring - Wild flowers for natural beauty
Home Garden - March 1967 -84 completepages. Your soil--is it alkaline or is it acid? - Vegetables for every garden - Perennials for every garden -A shrubby clematis for perennial gardens - A planting island.
Home Garden magazine - April 1967 -96 complete pages. How to grow cucumbers on a trellis - new blueberries for the south - what you can do now to begin your spring garden - The color whitein the garden
Home Garden magazine - May 1, 1967 -70 complete pages. All you need to know about herbs - A budget basket for your flowers - Best herbs for the kitchen and garden - Home garden notebook: chrysanthemums
Home Garden magazine- September 1967 -62 complete pages. Springtime starts in September..the time to plant bulbs - 37 good ideas for your garden by David Barrows - On revitalizing vegetables by Dori Brooks.
Home Garden- November 1967 -62 complete pages. 8 pages on greenhouses - Unchartered worlds on the face of a tree - It pays to give a tree a proper start - Hyacinths for Christmas -Guide for the reluctant farmer
Better Homes and Gardens - April 2007=260 complete pages. Easy color inside and out-25 pages of tips, secrets and how to - 6 ways to mix and match perennials. What's cooking: Fresh favorites from Easter Ham to Doughnut delights.
Women's Household - December 1978 -64 complete pages. Great Stained glass caper - Three dimentional x-mas ornament - The versatile christmas tree - Poinsettia Napking ring - Texas Artist - 6 pack carrier wreath.
Women's circle magazine- July 1981 =64 complete pages. Prizewin ning quilt pattern- Your plants can survive your vacation - Miniature family reunion -Flying swallows, a prize winning quilt design by Willard & Emma Waltner
Women's Circle - Septembewr 1982 -64 complete pages. Radiant star patchwork, how to make it. Delicious apple recipes and a Dessert in the Barrel - Mini kitchen witch - Our unique teddy bear afghan is made from small crocheted hexagons
Women's Circle magazine - June 1982 -64 complete pages. The NMationwide friendly homemakers' club - Marvelous main event Meat loaves - Beatlemania lives on - Stitch a pair of Jack & Jill dolls - 50 great things to do on a rainy day.
Popular Handicraft magazine - fall 1970 -56 complete pages. For fun and profit - Volume 6 - Clothespin angel ornament - Baking for the tree - For the wrap up by Dale Bryant - Copper Mobile with patterns to trace - Junior Handicrafters - Quick and easy christmas decorations - 3 furry christmas puppets.
Crafts 'n things - sept/Oct. 1985 -104 complete pages. 28 free full size patterns - cross stitch and applique - no pattern asewing with a designed look- crocheted purse/dolly( a little girls delight) Paper napkins - how to embroider
Women's household - July 1971 -64 complete pages. Tatted Star Doily by Myrtle Hamilton - Hobbyist Helen Stacey - Original poetry - Crocheted edgings for pillows - Bathroom pretties - garden Talk - Create a Ming tree.
Women's Household - April 1971 -64 complete pages. Where good & friendly neighbors meet - Old quilt blocks collected - Mini mediate - Chicks in a basket - Letters from Faraway places- Easter bunny centerpiece
Women's Household - June 1971 -64 complete pages. Where good & fri4ndly neighbors meet. Letters of exchange - Young homemakers - Readers handicrafts - Diet-recipes - Original quilt patterns - Garden news - Mini Modiste.
Lady's Circle magazine - March 1978 -74 complete pages. Cover: Loretta Lynn, queen of country, music, tells of her lifre and hopes - reviving the lost art of spinning - Complete instructions for knitting a new spring suit.
Woman's Day - July 1960 -90 complete pages - Make towels into Beach robes - Build it yourself vacation cabin. Special 16 page book - 101 tricks and treats, how to keep your children occupied during the long summer months.
Family Circle - August 7, 1978 - 202 complete pages. Latest first aid techniques to save a life. All new barbecue and picnic cookbook - 46 great recipes - Clothes too expensive? sew our super designer dresses.
Family Circle - November 20, 1978 -252 complete pages. Inexpensive ways to make your living room more inviting - 32 page houseplant guide for gift giving & decorating. Today's trash, tomorrow's treasure
Family circle - February 1976 -202 complete pages. Ethel Kennedys firt in depth interview ever - Great iron on transfer that says Home Sweet Home. Dream kitchen designed by women/terrific new looks for shorter hair.
Women's Circle Crochet - Winter 1983-72 complete pages. Everything to warm a crocheter's heart - 35 patterns in this issue - Cover: chenile beret and scarf - Beaded christmas tree - Laldys quilt5ed crochet vest - dolls winter wardrobe
Women's circle magazine - October 1979-64 complete pages - Knitted dollhouse accessories - bars of color crocheted Afghan - pop corn for a nourishing snack - big cat, little cat for a yowling halloween
Creative ideas fxor living - June 1986-104 complete pages. Festive o9utdoor tables - spectacular no bake cakes - Living with shaker style today - Museums for the whole family - Redecorate one room at a time.
Leisure Crafts magazine - - Ideal's family crafts # 5 - How to sell what you make at craft shows and elsewhere - Gifts from your flower garden to eat, to wear, to sell- Have an exotic lily pool for youur garden-[in just hours. Simple, two seam fashions to jazz up your wardrobe(skirts, tops, dresses)
Brunswick spot lights magazine -48 complete pages. All types of womens clothes displayed with complete instructions for making them. Laced dress, knit coolspun cardigan cabled sweater, cool spun shirt dress, man's polo shirt, two tone trim jacket and countless others.
Trains magazine - August 1996 - Complete magazine. The leading magazine of raillrolading. How to buy a used Diesel - Colorado narrow-Gauge Treasure - Special feature: Wonders of railroad engineering, by William D. Middleton. Cover: Landmark locomotive: EMD's F7
Entertainment magazine - Sept. 22, 1995-96 complete pages. Shaun Cassidy - Brad Pitt, the reluctant sex symbol. Cover: ER's Noah Wyle and Sherry Stringfield - Leonard Nimoy -What's up doc's? Ron Ron - The search for Spock
Time Magazine - August 26, 1996 -64 complete pages. Cover: Christopher Reeve's heroic battle torebuild his life - The G.O.P. convention - Russia: handing off the war to Lebed - Native Americans: Indiana summer - Intimate portrait of super powrs.
Country Extra magazine - 1996 -68 complete pages. Collector's edition - For those who live in or long for the country - God's country - Natural Harmony - Country Primer - Ap,ril showers bring - Picture perfect barn - Rural weddings - Old Root Cellar
Porcelain Artist - March 1979 - 40 complete pages. Cover: Mixed florals and dresden by Geneva Thomas - What does Dresden mean to you? by Hazelle Gibbons - Dresden plat and set by Lillian Johnson and Marguerite Wilkinson - Lilacws by Jean Fehl -
Porcelain Artist magazine- October 1983-48 complete pages. International porcelain art Teachers,. Inc. Cover: Antique fromthe collection of Margaret Winborn -Honey Coffman and Eeby Archer paintings - Judy Kirkland, Shirley King,Alice Post - Betty Wells paintings and more.
This is a July 18-24, 1998 Vintage TV Guide is in very good condition and measures approx. 5 x 7 1/2. The cover features Brandy (Moesha), Phil Hartman: What Really Happened & Naomi Campbell: The Supermodel's Journey To Africa.
This is a March 27-April 2, 1999 Vintage TV Guide which is in very good condition with slight wear and creases. This TV Guide is suitable for framing and measures approx. 5 x 7 1/2 . This TV Guide's front cover features Peter Krause, Robert Guillame, Felicity Huffman .
This is a September 5-11, 1998 Vintage TV Guide which is in very good condition with slight wear and creases. This TV Guide is suitable for framing and measures approx. 5 x 7 1/2 . This TV Guide's front cover features Special Issue: Returning Favorites: Previewing Over 75 Of TV's Hottest Shows .
Cherished Recipes j- Romulus Seniors - -50 complete pages of recipes from the Romulus, Michigan - Romulus Tower Seniors - All kinds of recipes with complete instructions - Oven Temperature chart - Time charts for all types of foods.
This is a 1965 Vintage Mad (No.94) Magazine which is in fair to good condition with yellowed and stained pages x 10 3/4 . This Mad Magazine features Mad's Valentines To American Industry, 007, A Mad Look At Winter Sports, Basketball Foto-Plays .
The Dollmaker - November & December 1983-32 commplete pages with semi hard covers - Number 50 - Dollmaking for life by Carol Eisert - Beginning in antique doll reporductions by Belle M. Biebel - A snow baby to make by Joan Polasky(patterns)
The Dollmaker magazine- May & June 1983- Number 47 - 32 complete pages. The Teddy Bear's picnic by Helen McCook - Dopll artist, Judy Ssmith and her reproductions of Victorian Memorabilia by Ruth R. Dugan Anatomy, the key to realism by Betsey Baker
The Dollmaker - March & April 1983 - 32 complete pages - Number 46 in a series. Dollmaker Georgianne Gottschak - Reporudctionof the Magnificent Bru Jne 8 by Ruth R. Dugan - The festival of dolls by Ruth Meyer
The Dollmaker magazine- November & December 1982 -40 compolete pages. Number 44 - OCADA, A star is born by Penny Pendlebury -The Benjamin Frabnkl9n Living Image doll- A sweetheart of a pair byBert Garino - Shoulderhead Character dolls from Sculptamold by Sheila Meadows
The Dollmaker magazine - July & August 1982-32 complete pages. Number 42 Making an olriginal doll with Lucille Garrard -Pincushion dolls replicated from your own mold by Ruth R. Dugan- Creating originals by hELEN mcCOOK(BACK TO CLAY) Dollmaker's showcase, introducing: Martha Armstrong.
The Dollmaker magazine- May/June 1982-32 complete pages. Number 41 Making a Portrait doll: step by step procedures by Ruth R. Dugan -Dolls in Zimbabwse, Africa -Doll show in Easton, Pa. - Composition dolls, their care and repair by Pat Nelson
The Dollmaker - March / April 1982 -32 complete pages. Number 40 Hilda by Sylvioa Patrick - Belle Chohanin: Thirty years of dollmaking - Creating originals by Helen McCook - Just an old Softy by Joan Polasky
The Dollmaker - January/February 1982-32 complete pages with semi hard covers - Number 390 - Doll repairs and reproductions lby Britt Gaudio -A challenge to duplicate a Unique R R 114 German Pouty using a commercial molld -Creating originals by HGelen McCook.
The Dollmaker - November/December 1981 -32 complete pages. Number 38 The wonderful world of dollmaking byu Clarice Aldridge -Reproduction of the Circle Dot Bru: three variations by Ruyth R. Dugan - Creating originals by Helen McCook
The Dollmaker - September/October 1981 a32 complete pages. Number 37 Making a three piece mold of plaster over wet scuolpture by Edna Nutter Henderson- Judi Caselli's Silent Company by edwina L. Mueller - Dolls advertised in the 1927-28Montgomery Ward Catalog
The Dollmaker - July-August 1981 -32 complete pages. - Number 36 Making china head dolls with Nathalee Clayton byt Martha Watkins - Doll lady of Volin, South Dakota - Creating originals by Helen McCook - Aunt Dee's dolls, poem by Todd Miele
The Dollmaker - Nov., December 1980 -32 completepages. Number 32 - Seasons Greetings - St. Niocholas-Aloias Father Christmas by Dolores Barraclough - Creating originals by Helen McCook - Antique doll auction- LaVerna Jacoby-Age 83 by Edna Henderson
The Dollmaker magazine - Sept/., - Oct. 1980 -32 complete pages. Number 31 - Creating and dressing reproductions lby Suzanne Johnson - 1907 Doll fashions- Marketing one of a kinds by Gail Enid Zimmer - Clening Greenware by Edna Henderson
The Dollmaker - May/June 1980 -32 complete pages. Number 29 - Published bi monthly - Dollmaker June Goodnow by Wilma James - Antique doll gallery - Creating originals by Helen McCook - Glazint ehc hina dollby Edna Nuter Henderson
The Dollmaker magazine- Jan., Feb. 1980 -32 complete pages. Number 28 - Dressing dolls in needlework by FrancesThompson- Dollmaker from Canada by Edwina L. Mueller - Creating originals by Helen McCook - Donna Guinn, Doll artist by Grace Brosmer
The Dollmaker magazine- Jan., Feb. 1980 -32 complete pages. Number 27. Happy New Year - Fashion a felt dollby Carol Carlton- Creating originals by Helen McCook -News and vidws by Wilma James. Mugo the servant boy by Rae Fredrickson
Doll Maker workshop magazine- April/May 1998 -Vol. 13,No. 1 - Blooming beauty Leah - Move over beanies...discover Stuffits by Artist Theresa LoBue - Bell's 50th anniversary celebration highlights - Special limited editin Lady Nancy Jean by Darlene Lane