like you to look at the ad at the left. This was taken from "Hemming's
Those little insulators with the hole through them are ash
trays for old cars. Someone commented about them in the April 1979 issue.
Porcelain Insulator News
| ||by Jack H. Tod, NIA #13|
"The Story of Gerald & Esta Brown's
Insulator Collecting", by Gerald Brown, 1979, softbound, 128 pages, 7"
x 8-1/2", $4.75 postpaid (from author, P.O. Box 1, Two Buttes, Co 81084).
Let me say right off that, by far, this is the best book that has been published
Shelves of History
| ||by J. Chester Gordon|
Pictured here are portions of shelves of history in our home in
Anchorage, Alaska. Specifically note the bookends, my most recent addition. My
son-in-law Larry Fountaine of Pueblo, Colorado, made them for me for Christmas.
He took the old rail sections from an old mine adit near Leadville, Colorado.
| ||by Marilyn Albers|
Zsolnay Ceramics, Pecs, Hungary
The insulator you see pictured on
the left is one of my most prized possessions. I bought it last summer at the
National Show in Reno from Mr. Paul Bellanyi of Sacramento, California, who
kindly furnished me with information on the manufacturer -- Zsolnay Ceramic