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Collectors often referred to fireplace implements as “furniture.”
Each week Farm and Dairy takes a look at what was making news in years gone by.
By mid-1800, rail systems were consuming more than four to five million cords of wood per year. More than 5,300 men earned a living in Massachusetts supplying the local railroads with wood.
Antique columnist Roy Booth tells the wild tales of pulp magazines.
The fourth annual Ohio Barn Conference will celebrate Ohio’s bicentennial April 25-26.
Today’s cardboard boxes don’t have the charm (and uses) of yesteryear’s wooden boxes, says columnist Roy Booth.
Antique columnist Roy Booth remembers when he was 7 years old and receiving a candy container was the highlight of his day.
Chinese potters began to export porcelain to Europe and America early in the 1700s.
Does anyone remember when a refrigerator was truly an ice box? Columnist Roy Booth reminisces about keeping ‘cool’ as a youth.
Antique columnist Roy Booth writes about the progress of “talkies.”
Antique columnist Roy Booth writes about the economical, yet elegant, vehicles of yesteryear.
A decorated barn in southern Ohio reminds Friends of Ohio Barns member Tom O’Grady of the heritage that abounds across farm country.
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