CD249 Hemingray No. 0
| ||by Roy Licari|
(Picture reprinted from Milholland's 2nd Revision Most About Glass
The enclosed is a momento of my first encounter with a Hem. Zero, then the
unlisted and unassigned CD 249. I had been in this store two or three times; had
bought such items as CD 152 embossed "B", and some bric-a-brac.
Porcelain Insulator News
| ||by Jack H. Tod|
Preferably direct porcelain news items and questions directly to Jack H. Tod,
3427 N. 47th Place, Phoenix, Ariz. 85018. All mail will be answered if reply
stamp is enclosed, and the most newsworthy items and questions of general
interest will be published as space permits.
| ||by Addie Tasem|
SIGN OF THE TIMES?
Last November I asked all collectors to voice their opinions about the shows.
I want to thank all of you who wrote, called and visited me. The following is my
best effort to present all those views.
The biggest cry can be summed up in one word--ADVERTISING. Many shows are
On the opposite page (see below) is an insulator we can find no information
on. First, it was found in Recoe, Penna., which is about 20 miles south of
Pittsburgh, Penna. It was on a 20 foot pole with a 2 foot arm. A rough drawing
of the pin (all metal) is on the right (see below). The drawing of the insulator (65% actual