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Log Home Guide (Magazine) - For Builders and Buyers, Winter 1984, Volume 7, No. 1 - Canadian-Japanese Connections, Bauche, Emile; et al
1 Bauche, Emile; et al Log Home Guide (Magazine) - For Builders and Buyers, Winter 1984, Volume 7, No. 1 - Canadian-Japanese Connections
Canada Muir Publishing 1984 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Fair Former Library Copy 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
222 pages. Features: 8,200 sf geothermally-heated log mountain retreat; The 'Do it With Logs' design contest; Canadian - Japanese connections - log building school; High altitude builders; Energy - how does the log stack up; The 1984 hand-hewn log home company directory; Schools, teachers and associations; Dealer directory; and much more. Few library markings. Above-average wear. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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Home Power - The Hands-On Journal of Home-Made Power, Issue #48, August / September 1995, Buck, Risa; Nelson, Kurt; Whitaker, Mark; Hackleman, Michael; Prange, Shari; McCrea, Steve
2 Buck, Risa; Nelson, Kurt; Whitaker, Mark; Hackleman, Michael; Prange, Shari; McCrea, Steve Home Power - The Hands-On Journal of Home-Made Power, Issue #48, August / September 1995
USA Home Power Inc. 1995 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
112 pages. Features: Risa Buck went off the grid in Ashland; Kurt Nelson combines solar electricity and science education in a space station simulator for students in Wausau, WI; Mark Whitaker powers some of his appliances with solar electricity; Ely Schless's electric power bike; Electric Vehicle Charging and Maintenance; Visit to a lead recycling factory; The evolution of hot water heaters; and more. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A quality copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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The Coevolution Quarterly (Magazine), No. 15, Fall 1977 - Solar Water Heaters in California, 1891-1930, Butti, Ken; Perlin, John; Cowley, Malcolm; Brand, Stewart; Foley, Michael W.; Smith, J.D.; Melvoin, Judy; et al
3 Butti, Ken; Perlin, John; Cowley, Malcolm; Brand, Stewart; Foley, Michael W.; Smith, J.D.; Melvoin, Judy; et al The Coevolution Quarterly (Magazine), No. 15, Fall 1977 - Solar Water Heaters in California, 1891-1930
California, USA Pointer 1978 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
142 pages. Features: Solar Water Heaters in California, 1891-1930; The Ideas of Greenwich Village; Sanctuary in Cuba; Neighborhood Preservation is an ecology issue; The Hawksbill Turtle; Insulation Heresy; Wilderness Plots; Broken Circuits, Smoke and Fire; and much more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, June 6, 1971 -  Organic Farming Cover Photo / Feature Article on J.I. Rodale, Davis, Melton S.; Jahn, Mike; Greene, Wade; Beichman, Arnold; Furlong, William Barry; Halle, Louis J.; Peterson, P.; Homan, W.E.; Skurka, N.
4 Davis, Melton S.; Jahn, Mike; Greene, Wade; Beichman, Arnold; Furlong, William Barry; Halle, Louis J.; Peterson, P.; Homan, W.E.; Skurka, N. The New York Times Magazine, June 6, 1971 - Organic Farming Cover Photo / Feature Article on J.I. Rodale
New York The New York Times 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Chalkin, Dennis (cover); Rastelli, Vittoriano; Tames, George; Chalkin, Dennis; Perl, Susan; Gersten, Gerry; Aller, Bill; Gross, Michael; Kantor, Tim 
132 pages. Features: Beautiful color fashion ads; Giorgio Almirante is no Mussolini Yet; If You Think It's Groovy To Rap, You're Shucking - article on new vocabulary of the day; J.I. Rodale - Guru of the Organic Food Cult - photo-illustrated article; Six 'Big Lies" About America - featuring one-page illustration of the Statue of Liberty with a Hitlerian face, swastikas around her crown and a grenade in her raised hand; The Party's Over for the Class of '71 - a report from the University of Chicago suggests the nation's June graduates are facing some sobering facts of life; After Vietnam - Another Witch Hunt? - in the aftermath of the Mylai massacre, William Calley and his Captain Medina; Nice color Seiko watch ad; Interesting one-page color-photo ad for Amelia Earhart luggage features nude model; Nice Tissot watch ad; Mother's Milk or Another Milk?; Fantastic one-page color comic-style Dannon Yogurt ad entitled "Fight Fat"; Nice color ad for Louis Sherry ice cream; Photos of the summer cottage of New York Lawyer Lee Eastman; Two-page ad by the Judaic Heritage Society presents "The Medallic History of the Jews of America"; Friendship Dairy Products ad for their Cottage Cheese; Pennsylvania ad features photo of Amish horse and covered wagon. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
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5 Duffy, Dave: Publisher/Editor Backwoods Home Magazine May/June 1999 No. 57
Oregon, USA Backwoods Home Magazine Inc. 1999 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
117 pages. Features: Millenium vehicles; the chances of global disaster; cucumbers - cool is the word; raising beef for your family; homemade candy; guns for Y2K and beyond. Unmarked. Moderate wear. Nice copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, March (Mar.) 21, 1971 -  Costa Gavras Cover Photo / Palm Beach Social Scene, Duscha, Julius; Lesher, Stephan; Buckley, Tom; Lelyveld, Joseph; Davis, Melton S.
6 Duscha, Julius; Lesher, Stephan; Buckley, Tom; Lelyveld, Joseph; Davis, Melton S. The New York Times Magazine, March (Mar.) 21, 1971 - Costa Gavras Cover Photo / Palm Beach Social Scene
New York The New York Times 1971 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Chalkin, Dennis (cover); Gescheidt, Alfred; Tames, George; Powers, Bill; Robbins, Edwin and Lillian; Aller, Bill; Manning, Jack; Powers, Bill; Peterson Gosta; 
120 pages. Features: Beautiful color fashion ads; Ad for Mattel game 'Boundary' inside front cover; Patchouly ad; Stop! - in the public interest! - Ralph Nader and Nader's Rangers; Chips ad features photo of Andy Patterson; Handsome GGG ad features man in blue-striped suit standing before American Airlines plane with complimentary red, white and blue color scheme; Great Lycra girdle ad features plump topless gal atop lion rug; Jackson State College a Year After; Photo-illustrated article on the Palm Beach social scene with photos of Mrs. Merriweather Post, Princess Zalstem-Zalessky and Georg Vigouroux; New York City School Chancellor Harvey Scribner; Agent Provocateur of Films - Costa Gavras; Color- photo ad for Swank 'wrap-around' cuff links; Bottomless female model in nice color Fruit of the Loom ad; Spring fashion photos; The difficult baby is born that way; Feta cheese recipes; Photos inside the home of architect James Rossant of the firm Conklin and Rossant. Average wear. Crossword completed in pencil. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
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Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, April 1927 -  Arbor Lodge, The Home of J. Sterling Morton, Founder of Arbor Day, Eaton, F.T.; Oglesby, Smith; Thoms, Craig S.; Fuller, Ethel R.;  Myers, Dr. Merrill M.; et al
7 Eaton, F.T.; Oglesby, Smith; Thoms, Craig S.; Fuller, Ethel R.; Myers, Dr. Merrill M.; et al Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, April 1927 - Arbor Lodge, The Home of J. Sterling Morton, Founder of Arbor Day
USA Meredith 1927 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Whitmore (cover) 
122 pages. Features: Purina Chick Chow color ad inside front cover; Poppies for your garden; Screening casement windows; My Wild Flower Corner; Gardening on a steep hillside; Arbor Lodge - Home of J. Sterling Morton, Founder of Arbor Day; Plant a tree for the baby this year; Prairie Wild Flowers; The heart of the house - the kitchen; Year-round beauty from evergreens; Make the architect a partner when you build; Where our readers live - photos of homes of Ralph Garrison of Kalamazoo, E.L. Venning of Glen Ellyn, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Beat of Portland and Mrs. H.E. Roth of Sheboygan; What to do with the walls and floors; Unit House No 20 is designed for comfort - house plan; Nature lore for youthful readers; Nice one-page ad for Holland Furnaces; Good books for girls; Nice one-page photo-llustrated ad for Simmons mattresses features photo of Mrs. J. Borden Harriman; Have you a room with an inferiority complex?; Is your porch comfortable?; Ponderosa pine ad; The Soup and Salad Garden; Lovely one-page color ad for Sun-Maid raisins; Nice one-page color ad for Dutch Boy White-Lead paint; Tips from Garden Notebooks; A talk on hearts - fourth in a series of articles on present-day health problems; How to cook the tender cuts of meat; For dinner on your afternoon out; Aids to better housekeeping; One-page ad for Hoosier kitchen working centers; Simple bird baths and how to make them; We grow vegetables, by Professor J.A. Huffman of Marion, Indiana; Montgomery Ward catalog ad; Standard plumbing fixture ad; Spray calendar for the home garden; Nice 2/3-page ad for the Maytag aluminum clothes wasther; Clifford Bloom - Musical Missionary - with piano and voice sheet music for his 'A Slight Mistake'; Screening casement windows; The story of the piano - concerning the choice, location and care of this instrument; ad for Yale door hardware; ad for American Face Brick; Vintage 2/3-page ad for Stanley Tools shows man and boy with wooden bench; Great one-page color ad for Johns-Manville asbestos shingles; Recipes; Illustrated needlework article; Nice color Valspar varnish ad inside back cover; Color Congoleum ad on back cover. Average wear and soiling. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 149.95 USD
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The Coevolution Quarterly (Magazine), No. 22, Summer 1979 - The Real News From Three Mile Island, Eggert, Jim; Laurie, Peter; Zucker, Mitchell; et al
8 Eggert, Jim; Laurie, Peter; Zucker, Mitchell; et al The Coevolution Quarterly (Magazine), No. 22, Summer 1979 - The Real News From Three Mile Island
California, USA Point 1979 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
144 pages. Features: The Real News From Three Mile Island; Skidding - horses in the woods; Plant a Tree for England; The Butterflies of Jasper Ridge; The I Cash Clothes Man; Going Underground in Arctic Norway; Turning into WARC; Personal Computer Networks; Dungeons & Dragons; The Brief Against "Voluntary Metric Conversion"; and much more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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Dwell Magazine - Learning From Down Under, March, 2009, Volume 9, Number 4, Gross, Jaime; Trimble, Marcus; Hansen, Jeremy; Manaugh, Geoff; Britt, Aaron
9 Gross, Jaime; Trimble, Marcus; Hansen, Jeremy; Manaugh, Geoff; Britt, Aaron Dwell Magazine - Learning From Down Under, March, 2009, Volume 9, Number 4
USA Dwell 2009 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Powers, Richard; Ruscoe, Prue (cover); et al 
128 pages. Features: Learning From Down Under; Site Unseen - two Aussies buy an acre of land in Noosa, site unseen; Architect Brian Zulaikha's open-plan home; Nature Nurtured - Kiwi couple tucks trapezoidal live-work space into spectacular surroundings; Seven great homes. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A nice copy. 
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Dwell Magazine - Back to Basics, November, 2009, Volume 10, Number 1, Gustin, Georgina; Hoffman, Michelle; Blitstein, Ryan; Ohtake, Miyoko
10 Gustin, Georgina; Hoffman, Michelle; Blitstein, Ryan; Ohtake, Miyoko Dwell Magazine - Back to Basics, November, 2009, Volume 10, Number 1
USA Dwell 2009 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Mahaney, Mark; et al 
128 pages. Features: Heart of the Country; Joanna and Geoff Mouming's farm; Diane Pascal and Thomas Richie and their UrbanLab-designed home near Nennepin, IL; Five Modern Cabins. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A nice copy. 
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Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, December 1927 -  William Allen White in His Garden - Article with Photos, King, E.K.; Smith, Mrs. L.W.; Hawkins, J. Harold; Kirkland, Ira E.; Gottschall, Roy; et al
11 King, E.K.; Smith, Mrs. L.W.; Hawkins, J. Harold; Kirkland, Ira E.; Gottschall, Roy; et al Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, December 1927 - William Allen White in His Garden - Article with Photos
USA Meredith 1927 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Treidler, Adolph (cover) 
66 pages. Features: Nice color Stark Bros. ad inside front cover features their red radiance rose; Planting for Christmas joy; Transplanting a house and building a garden; Houses must have good walls; William Allen White in his garden; Delphinium goes to college; Those friendly winter birds; How to achieve homelikeness - tables, lamps desk and Davenport are as necessary as the chairs; Beauty in vegetable gardens; Radio has come a long way - technical jargon no longer one of the essentials; A home speeks good English; Planting a Perennial Picture; Some tales about trees; The Art of Book Giving - an original 'Alice in Wonderland' with original pictures; General Electric one-page ad shows woman hand-wringing clothes; Toys that teach; One-page two-color ad for laundry-washed clothes; Christmas cakes from abroad; Try a Christmas picnic; Nice one-page ad for Hoosier kitchen working centers; For better housekeeping; Recipes; Vintage 2/3-page ad for True Temper sidewalk cleaners; Lawn hints from golf greens; Nice Maytag Christmas-themed ad for their aluminum washer; Christmas song at the door -an old holiday custom; 2/3-page Grebe Radio ad; 2/3-page Everett piano ad; Better bungalows for birds; 2/3-page Stanley Tools ad shows set No. 904 which consists of 12 tools and oak cabinet; Nice 2/3-page ad for the Whizzard Sled made by the Pollack Roller Runner Sled Co., Inc.; Make your Merry Christmas cards; Among Ourselves - readers' letters and ideas; Two Graceful Iron Standards - bird cage support and aquarium base; Great color ad for McKinney forged iron hardware inside back cover; Nice art deco color ad for Rogers brushing lacquer on back cover. Average wear and soiling. Page 39 loose but present. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Coevolution Quarterly (Magazine), No. 21, Spring 1979 - Chemical Harm to Human DNA, Klein, Steven Handler; Brand, Stewart; O'Neill, Dan; Kleiner, Art; Nilsen, Richard; et al
12 Klein, Steven Handler; Brand, Stewart; O'Neill, Dan; Kleiner, Art; Nilsen, Richard; et al The Coevolution Quarterly (Magazine), No. 21, Spring 1979 - Chemical Harm to Human DNA
California, USA Pointer 1979 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
160 pages. Features: Human Harm to Human DNA; Herbicides - a Faustian Bargain; How to Worry Intelligently about Having a Baby; Biohazard Organizations and Books; Dan O'Neill Defies Supreme Court; A History of Magazines on a Timeline; St. Lawrence County Comprehensive Land Use Plan; The Organic Movement Meets the Real World; The Holistic Health Handbook; and much more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
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Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, October 1926 - Lockerbie Street - the Home of James Whitcomb Riley, Lemmon, Mrs. Robert S.; Wilcox, Uthai Vincent; Kains, M.G.; Martini, E.A.; Sherlock, Chesla C.; Et al
13 Lemmon, Mrs. Robert S.; Wilcox, Uthai Vincent; Kains, M.G.; Martini, E.A.; Sherlock, Chesla C.; Et al Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, October 1926 - Lockerbie Street - the Home of James Whitcomb Riley
USA Meredith 1926 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Oude, Marguerite (page 46) 
100 pages. Features: Possibilities for planting wall gardens - rock walls; Showing civic pride with trees; The proper way to remove branches - photo-illustrated article on pruning trees; The third season in my garden; How shingles help in remodeling; Homes of famous Americans - part XLVI - Lockerbie Street, the home of James Whitcomb Riley; Let's have a fireplace; Nice one-page Johnson's Polishing Was ad features illustration of mother and child waxing floor; Preparing for your garden next year; Nice one-page color ad for Johns-Manville asbestos shingles features illustration of castle under attack; Nice one-page color Congoleum ad; Reader's letters; How proper insulation will help improve the home; Nice one-page ad for the Louisiana Red Cypress Bureau features the birth of New Orleans; A garden for a playmate; Nice one-page ad for 'Say it With Flowers' features George Washington and his mother; Poet Lew Sarrett's prescription for a tired world - with photo of Sarrett; Nice 2/3-page ad for True Temper yard tools; Nice vintage 2/3-page ad for Stanley Tools shows man installing bookrack; Nice 2/3-page ad for Yale door lock hardware; Poultry - a profitable hobby; Nice one-page Montgomery Ward & Co ad for their catalog; Nice 2/3-page ad for Sargent locks and hardware; Budgets for couples; Charming 2/3-page ad for the Wurlitzer Studio Grand piano; Beware of fake music publishers; Building healthy bodies - trees in the yard allow kids to exercise; One-page illustrated ad for the Kalamazoo Stove company; Attractive color ad for Sun-Maid raisins inside back cover; Soiled color ad for Mohawk Rugs on back cover. Above-average wear and soiling. Nibbling to upper corners. Covers detached but present. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, January, 1929 - What I Learned From The Gardens of England, McBroom, Leland A.; Eaton, F.T.; Babson, Roger W.; Hambidge, Gove; McLoud, N.C.; Robbins, Athena; Babson, Roger W.; et al;
14 McBroom, Leland A.; Eaton, F.T.; Babson, Roger W.; Hambidge, Gove; McLoud, N.C.; Robbins, Athena; Babson, Roger W.; et al; Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, January, 1929 - What I Learned From The Gardens of England
USA Meredith 1929 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Ross, Jack Manley; Beall, C.C.; Sharkey, Bert 
76 pages. Features: Nice color ad for Standard plumbing fixtures inside front cover; Plymouth ad for their coupe; The diary of a plain dirt gardener; Nice two-color one-page ad for General Electric refrigerators; Nice color and for P and G soap is #16 in the series of visits to P&G homes; Remodeling a house before building it; What I learned from the gardens of England; An economist views the home - Roger W. Babson; What you buy when you buy - how rugs and carpets are made; Building beauty into highways; Evergreens for the south; Modern lamps lose bows and furbelows; How to make home reading serve a definite purpose; Minimizing garden work; Serving just the right dessert; Sour-Cream cookery comes back; Color enters the bedroom; A home inventory to start the year right; Selecting vegetables for your garden; *Great* one-page two-color ad for the Keith Brothers Nursery of Sawyer, Michigan features their new giant everbearing strawberry, the Keith Mastodon; One-page ad for Burpee's Seeds; Actress Pauline Lord is illustrated in an ad for Smith Brothers cough crops; Nice color ad inside back cover features the Stark Brothers' 95 Golden Delicious apple; and more. Covers loose but present. Above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, November 1924, Vol. 3, No. 3 - The John Alden Home, Meredith, E.T.; Sherlock, Chesla C.; Gapen, C.E.; Du Pont, Rebecca; Hartley, C.A.; Orton, Dr. W.A.; Rowe, E.F.; Et al
15 Meredith, E.T.; Sherlock, Chesla C.; Gapen, C.E.; Du Pont, Rebecca; Hartley, C.A.; Orton, Dr. W.A.; Rowe, E.F.; Et al Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, November 1924, Vol. 3, No. 3 - The John Alden Home
USA Meredith 1924 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Hinton (cover illustration) 
50 pages. Features: Charming cover illustration of children with wishbone; Color ad for Purina chicken chow inside front cover; Nice one-page ad for Victrolas features illustrations of Geraldine Farrar, Gigli and Heifetz; Photo-illustrated article on the John and Prisciilla Alden House at Duxbury, MA, near Plymouth; How the Center-Soll Community has brought its neighborhood together - photo-illustrated article; Amaryllis - a Desirable House Plant; Two subscribers tell how they financed their own homes - article by Rebecca Du Pont and Charles A. Hartley; Good seed potatoes for the home garden; Shrub suggestions for southern gardens - article with photos; Screening the undesireable; "Edgevale" flat-roof house plan; Hot water heaters; Nice 'Say it with Flowers' one-page ad appears to be a predecessor to FTD ads; Books for use and decoration; An Old-Time Thanksgiving Dinner; 2/3-page ad encouraging people to buy land in Canada; How to Buy and Cook Meats; The What and How of Veal; Backyard fruit experiences; A chicken ranch in a loft; Music for every home - Music from the air; Embroideries suitable for gift or bazaar. Above-average wear and soiling. Covers present - almost detached. Openings to page 10. Center page loose but present. A worthy copy of this nice vintage issue. 
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Fruit, Garden and Home Magazine, June 1923, Vol. I, No. 12 - Last Issue Before Name Change to  "Better Homes and Gardens" - "Hardscrabble" - The Cabin Home of Ulysses S. Grant, Meredith, E.T.; Stevens, A. Borden; Hanson, Frank I.; Palmour, Mary Crenshaw; Robinson, Francis A.; Orton, Dr. W.A.; Peyser, Ethel R.; Botsford, Harry; Fennelly, Mary Ann; Sherlock, Chesla C.; Howard, Hilton; Clark, Bertha A.; Tompkins, A.D.; Et al
16 Meredith, E.T.; Stevens, A. Borden; Hanson, Frank I.; Palmour, Mary Crenshaw; Robinson, Francis A.; Orton, Dr. W.A.; Peyser, Ethel R.; Botsford, Harry; Fennelly, Mary Ann; Sherlock, Chesla C.; Howard, Hilton; Clark, Bertha A.; Tompkins, A.D.; Et al Fruit, Garden and Home Magazine, June 1923, Vol. I, No. 12 - Last Issue Before Name Change to "Better Homes and Gardens" - "Hardscrabble" - The Cabin Home of Ulysses S. Grant
USA Meredith 1923 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
54 pages. Features: Nice color ad for Purina Poultry Chows inside front cover; Comment by E.T. Meredith; Our Vacation by the Gasoline Route - great photo-illustrated article about vacationing with car and tent; How I Built My Home in Spare Time - photo-illustrated article by Frank I. Hanson; How to Grow Asters Successfully; Perfect Privacy with Lattice Fences - photo-illustrated article; Have You Tried These Vegetables? - Cardoons, a variety of eggplant, a Japanese burdock, rocket salad, Chinese white cabbage, Shui-Tsai - with photos; Electricity in the Small Home; Radio is making the home the most interesting place to be; How We Finished Our Dream House - article with photos; Houses of Famous Americans - photo-illustrated article about "Hardscrabble" - the cabin home of Ulysses S. Grant; A Backyard Garden in June - with suggestiions for your city lot; The Society of Little Gardens - photo-illustrated article about an organization fostering the correct improvement of yards; Growing Sweet Corn Successfully; Nice one-page ad for Johnson's Polishing Wax; Tips to make your June work count; Nice one-page ad for Hupmobile cars; Great vintage one-page ad for Goodrich Silvertown Cord Tires; Successful Home Canning of Vegetables - article with photos; Half-page ad for The New Overland car; How to Adjust Your (Push) Lawn Mower - great illustrated article; How to build your own garage - illustrated article; Ads for oak flooring and the use of birch wood in homes; 2/3-page ad for The Davenport Bed; Has Music Led Us Astray?; The Novel of the Year - 'Trodden Gold'; Summer Care of Growing Stock (chickens); Nice half-page Coke ad; Two Compfortable Home Plans; Faust Coffee ad; Ad for the Iron Horse Cold Pack Canner; Illustrated embroidery article; Nice photo-illustrated one-page ad for Munsingwear underwear for ladies; Nice one-page illustrated ad for Dolly Gray of New York; Inside back cover is a fantastic two-color illustrated ad for Harris Brothers Co. of Chicago who sell many home building products; Nice back cover ad for the New Phaeton Reo car (partially covered by address label). Above-average wear. Coverfold mostly open. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Coevolution Quarterly (Magazine), No. 17, Spring 1978 - Language, Thought, & Disease, Michell, John; O'Neill, Dan; Ellerbroek, W.C.; Friend, Gil; Primack, Mark; Gilman, Robert; Van Strum, Carol Scott; et al
17 Michell, John; O'Neill, Dan; Ellerbroek, W.C.; Friend, Gil; Primack, Mark; Gilman, Robert; Van Strum, Carol Scott; et al The Coevolution Quarterly (Magazine), No. 17, Spring 1978 - Language, Thought, & Disease
California, USA Pointer 1978 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
144 pages. Features: A Defence of Sacred Measures; Governor Brown at the Mental Hospitals; Cops Without Guns; Language, Thought, & Disease; Earl Butz Versus Wendell Berry; Botanic Architecture; Solar Water Heaters in Florida 1923-1978; Job Sharing is Good; I Was Armand Hammer; Strange True Roach Story; How to Use Road Kills; Clunker Bikes; On Story Telling; and much more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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Log Home Guide (Magazine) - For Builders and Buyers, Summer 1984, Vol. 7, No. 3 - The Swiss Chalet, Muir, Allan T.; Amburgey, Terry L.; Williams, Lonnie H.; Et al
18 Muir, Allan T.; Amburgey, Terry L.; Williams, Lonnie H.; Et al Log Home Guide (Magazine) - For Builders and Buyers, Summer 1984, Vol. 7, No. 3 - The Swiss Chalet
Canada Muir Publishing 1984 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Fair Former Library Copy 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
80 pages. Features: The house that pride and patience built; The Ledgewood; The Swiss Chalet; Tropical log houses; Decor - this log home provides a backdrop to antiques; Constructing log homes in the south; Energy 3 - How does the log stack up?; How do to it with logs; and more. Few library markings. Above-average wear. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy. 
Price: 69.95 USD
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Log Home Guide (Magazine) - For Builders and Buyers, Fall 1984, Vol. 7, No. 4 - The Scandinavian Log, Muir, Allan T.; Doherty, Sharon; et al
19 Muir, Allan T.; Doherty, Sharon; et al Log Home Guide (Magazine) - For Builders and Buyers, Fall 1984, Vol. 7, No. 4 - The Scandinavian Log
Canada Muir Publishing 1984 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Fair Former Library Copy 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
96 pages. Features: Visit to Sweden, Finland and Norway; Energy (4) - How does the log stack up?; Tess - A Heat-Storing Fireplace; The Heat Pump; How to Do it with Logs - How to Evaluate Log Building Information; and more. Few library markings. Above-average wear. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy. 
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Log Home Guide (Magazine) - For Builders and Buyers, Spring 1984 - Smokey Mountain Farmhouse, Muir, Doris; Woods, Cindy; Walt, G.L.; Et al
20 Muir, Doris; Woods, Cindy; Walt, G.L.; Et al Log Home Guide (Magazine) - For Builders and Buyers, Spring 1984 - Smokey Mountain Farmhouse
Canada Muir Publishing 1984 First Edition Single Issue Magazine Fair Former Library Copy 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
80 pages. Features: Smokey Mountain Farmhouse; Country Charm, City Sophistication; Log Home Decor; Energy (2) - How does the log stack up?; Log houses and energy conservation; NALBA 2nd annual meeting and trade show; Dealer of the Year; and more. Few library markings. Above-average wear. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy. 
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