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1926 catalog

Posted by lov_mkitchen (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 29, 12 at 16:28

columbusguy gave me a link to cement blocks the other day and I got so interested in looking at that book that I went looking for other stuff and found this one. I wish I could to to the hardware store and buy this stuff today. Something tells me I'll spend a lot of time looking for old stuff at that web site. I've read a lot of history books there searching my genealogy but never even knew these were there.

Here is a link that might be useful: 1926 catalog

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RE: 1926 catalog

Gosh--on the page with light steel surface hinges, #460 are the ones on my pantry cupboards! Gonna spend a while browsing this one! Nice to see they are originally Dull Brass finish, I thought they were tarnished! :)

RE: 1926 catalog

HA! Now we're even! I hope you are there at least one whole day!

I just found the 1790 Vermont Census at that site so guess what I'm doing. And that's just one of hundreds for me to look at. I did find a last name I've been looking for. A clue to investigate. Not enough hours in a day!

RE: 1926 catalog

Nice find. I can see what hardware was trendy when my house was considered "old".

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