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  1. This is beyond horrible. I remember Jane from her time at Linden, and from the "Small World" Department, once was on the same ferry as her from Hatteras to Ocracoke, NC. I'm surprised this didn't make the local news. Hell, I'm surprised this didn't make the national news. R.I.P.
  2. This month might have been particularly tough to get as they were just feature on the CBS Sunday Morning show a few weeks ago.
  3. Gone, thanks~!
  4. Bart

    ISO a home for Wine Maker magazine

    Gone, thanks!
  5. Thanks for the tips! I just called my local library (Sherwood Hall - FFX County) and they said they didn't want them, however Arlington will take them. So will my local elementary and high school. Thanks again!
  6. I have 15 issues of Adirondack Life magazine from 1993 - 1995 including a couple special issues. Free to a good home!
  7. I have around 25 Mountain Bike magazines from 1990 - 1992 that I have unearthed. Free to a good home!
  8. I have 22 issues of Wine Maker magazine from 2091 - 2012. Free to a good home.
  9. Wow, what a great story, Don! You’re exactly the type of person I was hoping to give these to. I’ve read articles here and there but they’ve been sitting in boxes in my basement for literally 20 years, and before that they were sitting in boxes in the attic of the previous place I lived! I’ll leaf through them to see if there are any I NEED to read, but maybe you can scan the articles and post them on the site to spur discussion. I’ll send you a PM Thanks!
  10. Thanks! I’m in Fairfax Country down near Mt Vernon. If I don’t hear from any food lovers, I’ll give my local branch a call Thanks for the tip!
  11. Does anyone want a stack of 170 or so National Geographic magazines? They start in 1967 and go to 1986 (1 each) and 1993 (2 each) Very few years are complete The most complete years are from 71 - 83 Some magazines are in near perfect condition. Others have been cut up for pictures for elementary school projects in the 70s. But even the ones that are cut are mostly intact Free to a good home. If no one wants them, anyone have any idea what to do with them? I’d hate to just toss them out. I was thinking about calling the local school to see if they could use them for art class.