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Articles from Farm Collector (October 1, 2014)

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Addicted to old Iron: Idaho teenager already a seasoned collector. Hicks, Cecil 1546
An inventive Mind: john r. morris tackled everything from tools to barns. Baird, Ron Reprint 1182
Concentrating on corn iowa farmer builds museum of corn collectibles. Sorensen, Loretta 1630
Corncrib a vanishing icon in farm country. Moore, Sam 1105
Dad's chore truck: nothing fancy but it got'er done. Stout, Richard 1704
How a chicago doctor shook up the hearing aid industry with his newest invention: New nearly invisible digital hearing aid breaks price barrier in affordability. Page, J. 557
Sprouts. 111
Stove nameplates Let me suggest that if you want to save items that have to do with rustic agricultural America, collecting nameplates off of old wood- and coal-burning stoves can be fun and rewarding. Here are 12 reasons to consider this hobby:: 12 reasons to consider collecting an often overlooked but unique farm relic. Ballard, Clell G. 989
String balls butcher's paper. 570
The Bettendorfs of Davenport. 255
The lonnie caudle collection. 734
The lonnie caudle collection: DAY 1 - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2014 9:00AM I DAY 2 - SATURDAY OCTOBER 18, 2014 9:00 AM CAUDLE MUSEUM - NORTH MAIN ST., BRINKLEY, ARKANSAS, 72021. 891
Three generations and still on the job. Totsch, Terry 143
Topeka hi-way: father-and-son duo uncovers little known mowing tractor. Vossler, Bill 1825
Two sides of the same coin. McManus, Leslie 406
Wanted: gadgets, gizmos & contraptions october mystery tools. 810
When it's time to sell out: careful planning lightens the load of collection disposal. Wanamaker, George 1765

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