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Insulator Collecting in New Zealand

   by Ron Quirk


On a recent trip to New Zealand this year, I had the opportunity to do a little insulator collecting. I was mighty surprised to find that those little jewels are not collected "down-under".

In the central plains of the South Island, I found many rural lines recently ...                    [more]


Paisley Insulators

   by Gerald & Jeff Osler


We are writing concerning insulators made by Paisley. We'd like to pass this information along to your readers for their benefit.

We have found that eight or nine different insulators were made by this company. Two of these are the CD 127 W.U. Patent with L.A.C.'s Pat. July 25, ...                    [more]


Southern Alabama Insulators

   by Larry Richards


I thought Alan Rodgers' article and list on Florida insulators in the September issue was quite interesting.

For a long time I have wanted to compile a list of the better type insulators from around my area, so thought this would be a good time to give it a try.

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Porcelain Insulator News

   by Jack H. Tod


Preferably direct porcelain news item 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 item and questions of general interest will be published as space permits.

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Want to Sponsor an Insulator Show?

   by Alan Rodgers


Want to sponsor your very own first class insulator show? It is not easy and does involve much work. Below is a list of topics which should be answered to host a first class show such as a national. Some of these are only common sense, while others are most important. If your show is to run smoothly and you want to think of everything to keep ...                    [more]


CD 331 Pyrex 701s in Service

   by H. G. "Bea" Hyve


Pictured here are the beautiful Pyrex 701 glass insulators (CD 331) "on duty" in the Pacific Northwest. These lovely power pieces are a light straw color, and look like huge diamonds sparkling in the sunlight. To an avid insulator buff, this is one of the prettiest sights in the world!

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