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Styles of wallpaper certainly evolved during the 1900s, from the textomeal wallpaper of the WWI era, to burlap-looking cloth. Columnist Roy Booth recalls some of the designs for the walls.
Each week Farm and Dairy takes a look at what was making news in years gone by.
Columnist Roy Booth recalls he and his brother never could stretch the barbed wire fence right enough to suit his father.
Antique columnist Roy Booth writes about Ohio’s towns, trade and population in 1819.
A person doesn’t have to go to a lot of effort to collect topical bird stamps, says columnist Roy Booth.
How does a person go about finding out how old his barn is? Very carefully, say members of the Friends of the Ohio Barns in this week’s column.
Does anyone remember trolley cars in towns and cities? Columnist Roy Booth does and shares a look at two cities’ well-known lines.
Every century has contributed to the wonderful world of Christmas carols. Columnist Roy Booth explores origins of carols and hymns.
Antique columnist Roy Booth shares the origin of the manger scene and how it came into public display.
Costume jewelry continues to delight the ladies (and the men collectors), as columnist Roy Booth shares this week.
Columnist Roy Booth shares what happened when East met West, as the improvements in transportation opened the world to other cultures.
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