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Date Posted: 01/12/05 17:01:53
Author: Jennifer
Subject: fascinating magazines from the past

Hello, I'm not a woodworker, but my dad was. He liked to read a lot, too. He read hundreds of magazines about woodworking and model building and metal working. He also read many of those science magazines, ie. Popular Science, etc. He loved to make things. He made my mom's kitchen cabinets (they're very beautiful). He made 10 or 15 gorgeous wall clocks with the pendulum mechanism. He made special boxes for the Navy, that held electronics, which soon became obsolete with computers taking over the world.
Anyway, I "inherited" all of these magazines. I've been slow to find new homes for them. I can't throw them away. They have some value, maybe not monetary in themselves...
If someone is interested in them, I'm giving them away. Yes, you read correctly. I didn't want to use the "f" word ( free ). Send me a message at jlfbosch@hotmail.com.
PS I live in the west side of Houston.

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