1991 >> November  

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Enemies Of The Telegraph Pole And Cable



Animals, Birds, Fish, and Insects which Destroy the Telegraph
Poles and Wires, in Different Parts of the World.

Wires are quite harmless objects, whether they be attached to telegraph poles. or sunk in the bottom of the sea, and they are not in the least striking-looking, either. Nevertheless, they have numerous enemies in the animal, as ...                    [more]


From The Editor's Desk




Many months ago I received the following greeting from Tom and Mary Miller of Somerset, Texas. I think it depicts your editor's current situation to a tee! I took a full time job the first week in August and I find that the hours spent at home must be divided between the every day business of keeping subscriptions up ...                    [more]


Porcelain Insulator News

   by Elton Gish, NIA #41


(from lily-shell multiparts to early suspension types)

Collecting multipart insulators has been very exciting for many collectors since my book Multipart Porcelain Insulators was published in 1988. Now, over 100 of ...                    [more]

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