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Foreign Insulators

   by Marilyn Albers



Quite a bit has been learned about the various historical backgrounds of foreign glass insulators, but several unique examples have left us scratching our heads. What do the embossings (if any) tell us about the manufacturers? How ...                    [more]


Insulator Go-With Collecting

   by Kevin Lawless, Go-With Editor


This is the first in a series of articles I am going to be sharing with you concerning the collecting of insulator go-withs. Typically, many insulator collectors have some sort of go-withs that they collect, whether it is porcelain signs (like railroad, telephone, telegraph etc.), commemoratives, advertising, ...                    [more]


Walking the lines in Chile. . . (or the great lost milk glass line)

   by Robin Harrison


I took a trip to Chile this past winter with my sister Vikki, primarily to take a few treks in the Andes, visit the wonderful Parque Torres del Paine and visit Tierra del Fuego. Knowing my propensity to concentrate more on what was going on 20 feet up on the power poles, rather than the sights of the country, ...                    [more]

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