The Rarest Beehive in the World
| ||by Richard Wentzel|
25 Years of Collecting
Searching through the memories of my childhood, I can't recall a single
family vacation that didn't eventually end up alongside a set of railroad
tracks. It was, I suppose, only natural that we gravitate toward the "high
"The Find Of The Decade"
| ||by Bob Alexander|
Recently I was at the Webster Flea Market looking for deals on insulators.
As I was walking through the booths, I thought of a few past finds. Ten years
ago I had come across a Hemingray-9 one half clear, one half blue for ten cents.
The only white milk glass H.G. Co. beehive known was found there about twelve
Porcelain Insulator News
| ||by Elton Gish|
My new book, Fred M. Locke. A Biography, is now available. See the full page
advertisement in the back of this issue for details on ordering either the
soft bound book or the limited edition hard bound version (less than 75 copies
MAC's Believe It Or Not!
| ||by John McDougald|
I thought that it was time to share some new finds with you that I have
received correspondence on over the past year. The first is probably the most
spectacular, but depending on your particular interest, all are of interest and
add to our overall knowledge of the fascinating hobby we enjoy.